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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: June 13, 1959
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00654
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Assault... Victim Tells Court Story I r rrY

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COE1VON D her down, the visibly shaken testified! over strong defense objection committed. Their tactics even included tflf's Dfj. >t. :and flown to Talla I
witness remained steadfast. Several that he found the girl efforts to prove the alleged -1 hassee. The youths are witnesses ,
MORE T tole times her voke dropped to "crying, jerking all over and Ina act was with the girl's for the prosecution and the Leon '
A whisper and at other times she hysterical condition." consent or that the youths were County sheriff wanted to makesure' I
.3 HO emed TALLAisoken A so e held her composure and told denied by Judge W. May WalkerWho' Many questions were asked, and testify. Both men said they bad I
( yo lorlda A and damaging story of abduction. so far is giving every indi- objections upheld, Involving the Intended going to Tallahassee.A r
coed iwtths grue1 assault on May 2. cation that no Southern double girl's past chastity. heated battle !is expected d
and 10 ::1?& .c stand Thur' s she told an a ucted her after EAMTPa Orfge in his court. will try to get alleged
white male how four w e and Green formal ball and The four defense attorneys, are (Richard Brown and Thomas confessions from the boys made
youths held to her eleascd her three, hours later, trying every trick in the bag in Butterfield, both of Miami, (who shortly after their arrest admittedas
and raped her; en Deputy, W. W, Slappey, who the hopes of winning individual were in the car with the victim: evidence. The case is expected
Despite the p o arrived at the arrest scene in time acquittal or lighter punishmentif the night of the attack were to wind up in the afternoon and
four defense attorney break to handcuff two of the defendants the jury decides a rape was picked up Monday by the Sher- go to the jury. ,



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The times are changed and we are changed with them

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T' nee' women an... ."' ... ...._....
were seized Thursday night in a

New Christian Hospital Opens in July peddlers county-wide who crackdown police: believe on dope arc

responsible for a siege of "hop-
-- head" rot berleil"by addicts desperate -
4 Residents of the Brownsville 01 r to get money for more
Drown Sub area as it is com dope.
MAN BRUTALLYSTABBED he was kept under observationuntil
monly nailed, have !watched
workmen busy putting on the AND Sunday afternoon beforehe City, county, state and federal I'
finishing ,} to the new 50- was released. narcotic agents cased the Job for
bed air conditioned Christian ROBBEDCharles I a ,week .before they sprung the ,
Memorial Hcapital which will trap./ A large, quantity of heroinwas
open next month. Ambrose, 1150 NW 5th seized in the raid.

What has been a dream for court, was brutally stabbed In .' Arrested were: Johnny Marshall
many years i of a new Christian the head and neck and throat 36 .of, 151, NW 7th St.; Marie ''' {!'
Hospitalitf today reality.. In the and robbed by two men last Sat Smith" ,;)38, :of 234 NW 16th. ,,.std ,
spring of 1918 a group of public urday about noon on '6th ave Julian' ,Wade, Mvxxfr;,, 9W NW "'"t
spirited citizens! received a charter near 14th st. lath place;'' Celly L. 'Browning, !
and established a 12-bed hos. The bandits approached Aim. 32,. 15911 NW 17th', ct.; Wlllla Mae '
IMrs.( Marguerite Matthews and pital. Only the,.yearly, sponsors brese from behind, cut him and Lloyd 34 820 NW 1st ave.; Jua-
Wilbur Ellison announce the knew the bitter struggle over the took his (belongings, then made nita McClendon, 27, '1331 NW
wedding of their daughter, Bar- years to t' Iteepithdf. !doors of the their escage 2nd ave., and Walter II. Simmons
bara Juanlta Ellison to Samuel O. hospital open. This was done by The victim was taken to Jackson ::4 of 1340 NW 4th ave. 9
the generosity' of a few friends Memorial Hospital in a critical ,, I II
Rogers, son of Mrs. Ruth Rogers, :.
condition. His wounds re- iii:(
who wet willing to give and .
571 NW 13th at. Both are in the serve. *$# quired a number of stitches and I r-', .w bot, __ - :t:

Dade County' school system. The need to give today It ? I
greater thaii, the Dearly days, so K .j
The wedding{ will take place we are asking/! /, all; of our friendsto now. Campaign headquarters are
June 21 at Greater Bethel AME give now. II 'you have not located at 710 NW 3rd ave Mall '''t, ; H HA
Church. paid your pledge please do 10 I your contribution now
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National! PTA Congress: jil',,' ill;,' "

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- .lt+lr. and :Mri-Lloyd Oliver announce -
the wedding of their ;
Opens in Daytona Sun. daughter' Hattie Lee to, Andrew
Lee Williams. Miss Oliver li a "
graduate of the claD of 58 of I :
MIAMI SENDS BIG "Mother" of Northwestern High, Northwestern Senior High! 'school. rfr-- !
Rev Cromwell, chaplain of Liberty She is now taking nursing at the
'DELEGATIONThe City Elementary; Mrs. Ollle same school.
McQueen, past president of Mr. Williams !is also a graduateof \
National Congress of Rainbow Park Elementary; Mr Northwestern, class; of '5dr .
,33rd and Teacherswill Crews, president, Rainbow Park; The wedding will be held at. st.
Colored Parents
Mrs. Emma Sweeting, president John Baptist Church1 3:30: pm.
meet the beautiful I
on campusof of Dade County Council. Reception toUC>WI.I I.
Bethune Cookman College
Sunday, June 21 through Wed I- I Miss D lores V Love, daughter '
nesday. June 24. II I :of Mr. and Mrs. CUff Baker of I
1142 NW 47th' st. In Brownsville,
Registration including room NAACP to Set Credit recently graduated from Hampton i
and board will be $31. The themeis Up Institute 'Where she received
; "Impenrtrre for Growth doa the degree of bachelor of science
"..'. Home, School and Community. with a major in elementary edu

The tentative program includes Unions All Over FloridaWHITE cation.
c president, addresses, presentation son Norman, attended the grad
; of awards and certificates to life The Florida State Conferenceof I uation.
members, demonstrations and re branches will meet in
a spec- :
MANACQUITTED Miss Love reigned a* "Alls' *
ports. y lal one day session at Jackson.
Future Teacher of America"during ,
Delegates from Dade Countyarc ville on June 27, the State Con. the homecoming festivities -
: Mrs. Elizabeth E. Johnson terence headquarters announced.The IN at 11a mpton. She is a mem.
Mrs. Charlotte meeting will be held !in the ber of the Delta
past state president; _a.'r. I "- '. .. Sigma Theta.'
Wright, vice president Filth floor auditorium of the ASSAULT CASE Sorority and the Phyllis Wheat.
Holmes; Mrs. Thelma Glover, MRS. ALBERT R. KNIGHT Masonic Temple Building, 410 'ley Social' Chub. She graduated
past president, Holmes; Mrs. Ge- . National President Broad st. and will begin at 10 PENSACOLA A white man frtm Booker T. Washington High
nesta Sweating, past president, ajn. I was acquitted Wednesday of a ,School of Miami In 1053. She will
Dade County Council; Mrs. On the agenda will be plans I charge he raped a 91-year-old begin teaching in Richmond Va. '
Dorothy Sanford, president of I here Nov 18. next fall
and discussion for setting woman
a up
District 10; Mrs. Makne Black, garet Newbold, past president, ,
branch credit unions in key :
president of George Washington Bunche Park Elementary; Mrs. A circuit court jury of 12 white
Florida and
of a
Carver Elementary; William Delores Cowan, Bunche Park men deliberated 35 minutes in tilled he threatened .to kill her If
down. The credit union
Sturrup, treasurer of G W.. Carver Elementary; Mr. Coachman, pres- lay is to draw favor program freeing Wesley Cox The 29- she resisted him.
High; Mrs. Freeman, delegate ident, Bunche Park Elementary; expected year-old defendant had moved to
Frank C. Martin; Talmadgv Rev E. J. Shop;.rd, president able comment from branch oil Pensacola from Chicago four The woman said Cox came to
Roux, delegate. Mays High; Arthur R. R Moton; Mrs. Thedford cers. years ago. a house where she was working'
Mays, Mays; Mrs. Agnes Johnson, president, BTW High; A report on voter-registration as a maid and asked to see an
McCoy, president, North Dade Anthony Simon Northwestern activity will also be heard at the Cox claimed he did not forceor : apartment. When she showed it
Junior-Senior High; Mrs. Mar- High; Mrs. Beatrice Robinson :meeting. "9 threaten .the woman. $be tti- i to bin the said, be raped.heft. i. .

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will be discussed in four roundtable
EDITOR TO I! seminars.In .

ATTEND connection wiSh the conven.
lion, The Los Angeles Sentinel
PUBLISHERS will observe its 25th anniversary
:In a Joint banquet, Friday, June
CONVENTION IS.: Representatives from net...,.
IN papers all over the nation will
.A. be in attendance. William Q
,, editor the
Walker, of ClevelandCall
I .HOI ,.;'';<: ,, ,;V._,'_- and Post. is president of the
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Jollivette Jr., will accompany
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him on the trip.Beautiful.
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Your lot can be a paymenton
rf >., this 3-bedroom new 2-
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.,, ; Open 3-5 p.m.

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Editor H. E. S. Reeves will fly L A. JMWOWS
to Los Angeles, Calif. Wednesday -
to attend the 20th annual TRANSFER
convention of the National News-
__ , Publishers Association. The For quick dependable
\WI)- "L" :.. .c' 'H"I'/ ; /' paper ,
I Los Angeles Sentinel will be the Service
CARVER YMCA host paper.
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" This year, the distinguished Phone OX 1-9163
I Editors Ajward will be given to
TEACHESYOUNGSTERS PAGE 2 .... SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 195am. 9 I Plummer Bernard Young, Sr. 1742 N.W. 67th St.

publisher of The Norfolk Journal Specializing In furniture
and Guide and Ralph McGill, moving
through 11:30 am. of each D. Ross, prograftn Birector and I editor of The Atlanta Constitution.
TO SWIM week. I Mrs. Ina Blackshear, girls' super.I Problems of the Negro press
Pictured are Day Campers of. I --
Bennie Stevens one cf Miami'smost : .
the G. W. Carver Branch YMCA's I Any ,parent delirious cl enrolLing
swimming classes held at the conscientious instructors andRkbmoDd I: their youngsters In the class Do you own property in the Bahamas
pool of the Sir John HoteL I Btaca:hear, assisting, I es or day camp program ma Y
Through the generosity of Sam I visit the branch at 5770 NW 15U L Would sell
have passed to date 12 intermediate you like to -or buy?
Rabin owner, these :youngsters 'ave., or call OX 60231. ,
and 10 beginners who commenced ;
are exposed to both swimming. :!'
classes and recreational swim- their classes in May under The G, W. Carver branch "Y' WRITE TO

ming Tuesday and Friday at 9.30 the supervision of Franklin I is a member of the United FundDRIVER'S .


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Recuperating nicely at Magnolia '*
Hospital are the following
patients, Mrs. Tera Mae Bell, BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING- ONE FHA Terms Available
Leroy Randal Mrs. Albertha
Dennis Mallcry, Mary McDowelland
Shannon Ross. Baby boys O'BERRY'SMAGIC '
were born to the James Jenkins $300 DownPlus
end Andrew Dennis. CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
Magnolia's great expansion and
face lifting program is to get FR 4-7756 i
under way this month with Low Closing Costs .,
1453 N.W. 6th Avenue
ground breaking ceremonies to be ',:' ,;>
attended by leaders of the com. I Move in when qualified
munity. Magnolia hospital's plans .. .
nil.more than double the present -
capacity of the building in I "
addition to completely modern Ruiy'For /nspecffM
facilities and equipment. WANTEDEASTERN


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Along Freedom's Road I GREETS ISRAELTEL SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1959 PAGE 3CM.7oUiYli '

By RUTH PEttrtYThe .w----- AVIV The Rev. J. H.
delivered to the
Jackson people
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case of Robert Williams, upon Negroes. This is not new, the 50th Anniversary Greetings t
suspended I resident of "entrusted" to him by Mayor I IY
the Mon- but it should be fresh enough in
roe, N. C. Carolina branch o NAACP, has created quite a sending letters to the editors of Dr Jackson, president of the
furor in the press. As I see it, our local papers, letters to our National Baptist Convention) ,
officers of local branches of the governor, letters to our legislatrs USA, Inc., and pastor of the Oli-
NAACP are the leaders in presenting and to our congressmen and vet Baptist Church in Chicago, is
and setting forth the national senators. traveling with 22 other Ameri- w x
,policy of, the NAACP Incorporated cans under the sponsorship of
in its Constitutionand OUR ACTION IS NEEDED the American Friends cf) the
By-laws. Middle East.
The time is past when we can 1 fir. b

NATIONAL NAACP POLICY allow any act of violence, threat, When presenting Mayor Daly's
- injustice or bigotry to go un- message to Tel Aviv's Chaim
Any individual officer of an challenged. Letters to the people Levanon, Dr. Jackson said,, "II fREE DELIVERY
NAACP brarsoh cannot make mentioned above are not wasted. Israel exercised the same devotion DRUG
public statements that are con- Enough letters written by aroused and dedication tqward buIld-
trary to national policy, or maim! citizens: for every act of discrimi- ing their Country as they have in
cal to the best interests of the nation and prejudice will soon the past, they should have no .,Sr. Prop- e
NAACP or of a particular show results. This is another very trouble solving their remaining
branch. When Mr. Williams,, important way to protest the problems. I
as president of the Union Coun constant denial of Negroes' civil
ty, NC. branch made a state rights. JESCA Day Care 2 and 3 BEDROOM HOMES ''
ment that members cf the NAACP
must meet violence with vio have And forgotten.a reminder You, in can case count you on Center News With Small Down PaymentsIn
lence, and If it is
necessary to ,
the NAACP wherever and whenever
.stop lynching with lynching, then civil rights denied Summer is the time for out Orchard Villa Area
We must be are or door activities for all The
willing to resort to violated. The NAACP will not ages.
that method," he was clearly out back down or give up. It fights little people at James E. Scott We. Pay Cash For Homes and Lots
of line. Community Association are no
on every front for Negro equal- exception to the rule. They will .
According to provisions in the ity under *the law of our land. Imitate their older brothers and
NAACP constitution, Mr. ,Wil Surely this organization deserves sisters by participating in out- Floral Park Apts. For Rent
Hams is entitled to a hearing be your strongest support. Join today door activities, planned especiallyfor
fore the Committee on Branchesand if you are not already a them. $20 WEEKLY-SORRY, NO CHILDREN .
Youth Work. Let us hope member, and become a part oi Watilng pools, sand boxes, -
2474 N.W. 58th Street
that Mr. Williams will come to the Fight for Freedom beach parasols: shrubbery 'trees
understand that we cannot hope are some of the equipment on .
to. win the Fight for Freedom if hand for the use of the small
we resort to the same methods Summer Hours For frys as they take to the open. Chas. H. Pyke RealtorPLaza
that have been used through the Five and six year olds) will try ,
years. Threats, intimidation and their hands at cook outs too, under -
violence are ,weapons of cowards Library June 15 the watchful eyes and super- 4-0782 .
and extremists Any NAACP offIcer Iision of their leaders. .
or member who advocates The Miami Public Library will Parents Interested in giving --
this kind of action for our organ begin its summer hours on June heir young children this wcnder- I -
ization does it, and what we are 15.: Each Saturday the main library ul experience may call OX Our Classified Columns Get Fast Results
8412 for further information.
fighting for, a grave injustice. close at 6 o'clock and
all Sunday.
LITTLE ROCK Branch hours remain the same, ,
nd may be obtained from FR
The climate around Little Rock 1-7411, extension 5001 or from

these days has taken on a much the branches. .. .. '..
brighter hue. True, things are Summer activities include r"4'-: : ;, \ .. '. .
far from 'being settled. But the #.. It ,....., .
'Tw6 for You", a film programfor !," :
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die-hard segregationists have adults at the Main Library ''', ...''',. .., f .,....,,; ;;
taken l' .. jA '(0 !. ::
their first \ ,
major defeat and and "An Everglades Adventure :'t.'t. >ii: ; ... .
Gov. Faubus found out . .. : ,. ; . )
that there With Books" for children in the ., .: .If 't. : {. "'!4f !' ; ." < t. -' ...\. .
are many people in Little Rock Main and ,Branch Libraries. 't ,"': .t... ;, ',11":'. i i.fdik: *.. .
who believe in law and order, ', ... { '*" .t ',.'I :::1 'fe'.i,'
and the maintaining of public ,::r ;> { 'b .{ 1. I)..' : ,ttff. .. fry (

deep education.south Other sections of the REDUCING! ::. :'A r. .s4 ., I ,........,.. ";" i J>>
would do
well to look ,I I 1.\:
Song and hard at Little Rock and +' ; .' 4," '>
what is finally evolving from its Would you like to reduce? J. ".

recent history of violence and Trim off unwanted inches? f'. '.(,
prejudice. If '7 'IF' .
southerners wanted ?4t : .',.

Is to learn already this long is a good overdue lesson., but It Join the Easy Method r .... '.!1 t

perhaps it is becoming clear to Reducing ClubNo

some southerners that the U.. S. disrobing .
Constitution is more than a document No strenuous exerciseNo ,
It is the embodiment of .
starvation diet
our democratic way of life. Just relax and enjoy It YOU CAN .

SOUTH CAROLINA Call NA 1.0470 ,, y'i

According to a report from 1.9710
NAACP Southeastern Regional .

Secretary Mrs. Ruby Hurley,
Rev. I. DeQuincey Newman
South Carolina State Conference FIND A BETTERBOURI.ON r
president, testified recently before -
the Senate Committee on the 75x100 CORNER
need for stronger civil rights leg-
!islation. The week ''following. his .. Will plan, finance and build
return from Washington it was your home on large corner
reported. that a number of "law: See lot on .
enforcin?" agents broke into the '
home of an elderly Negro coUple N.W. 72nd St.
in, Dorchester County, beat them ,
and Jailed them. It is said that and 21st Ave.

the officers showed the couple no And phone JE 8-3709 .
warrant or other papers and that '
they refused to let relatives see CAPPER CONST CORP. .
them while they were held in the
Jail. ..... "
Daily of papers Negroes carry being regular accused reports of- Your Vote is Neededto ".

crimes, but as is customary, fight the forces that seekto . .. ,t
nothing is said when the chargesare -,
found to be without founda keep you a Second Class ,:.

tion. Very little, If anything, is Citizen ::!.
said about the regular attacks :

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Personal Mention Patterson-Johansson Fight on Big Screen 1Miami's i;

Capitol Theatre win :
'l JMarjorie --- __ ',1 I r I I present a big screen theatre television i I
attended the shelving of the world's
and Peggy Thompson, Francisco national conference ol, heavyweight championship fight ; I
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Her- annual featuring Floyd Patterson, the
bert Thompson of: 1034 NW 6Mi( Social Workers. champion and Ingetnar Johansson ;
Office at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami Florida Phone FR 3-2236 I st., graduated from Florida will be increase in the challenger on Thursday night J
Plant at 6740 N.W. 16th Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 I A and M University June 1, There an livingIn June 25 at 9:30.: ;
with a BJ5. degree In education. garbage tax for residents The dcors of the Capitol will j
unincorporated areas comesJuly
SIX MONTHS $275 THREE, MONTHS $1.70H. The present $13 tax will open at 6:30: that evening and
ONE YEAR $4.60 Ricardo Weeks of New York 1. there'll be movies shown
scniiwriter and poet, go up to $22 f,;lus $6 for trash
E. 8IGISMUND REEVES, Editor City, famed Total $28. However before and after the big fight +i
in the city collection.
GARTH C. REEVES, ,Managing Editor last spent week.a short Accompanying him was better service is promised.Mrs. taxes The and admission tickets are is now$3.58 on plus sale

Miss Sylvia Laramore, a legal at the Capitol, Ritz, Bunche, and
secretary. Georgette TeaRoom Ace Theatres in Dade County as I
of Georgette's
Voter Registration ExpertsAid Mr. Weeks yenned the hit, ular owner, 2540 NW 51st st., is re-,( well West Palm as the Beach.Grand" Theatre in

"1 Wonder Why," recorded by icuperatinj In Jackson Memorial j
Dlcn and the Belmonts that sold Hospital after suffering 'a stroke

more than 800000 copies. His INhile driving her car. Francis ,Funeral, j jI
Drive HereThe newest release is "Planned Des-
tiny" on the Old Town label, a From Gaines- arras news, I Home Changes 1

ballad done by Arthur Prysock. that five Negroes have qualifiedfor LocationThe i
Crusade for Voters In Its men is salaried by his respective admission to the University I
drive to get qualified Negroes to organization, and, is being James O Plinton Jr., executive of Florida. They are all teachers Frances Funeral Home
register and 'vote, Is' 'beln! t tfsstet- loaned to assist the Miami community officer with Trans World Airlinesin who want to study during the located at 1025 NW 2nd ave for I
ted by W. C> Patten of Birmingham in this very needed pro- New York is visiting In Miami.Mr. summer. the past several. years, has recently -
Ala., and Earl D. Davis oi ject of voter registration.It Plinton is a veteran pilot moved to its new location
Cincinnati, Ohio. is pointed out by the board and served with the 99th Squadron 22$ NW 7th st
Mr. Patten is field secretary at : of the, Crusade for Voters and by during World War II. He '' Owners of the popular establishment
large for the NAACP and is cur the finance committee under the says there are many opportunities' Matrons '''Council, aver that they are
rently assigned to assist in voter chairmanship of Dr. E. A. Ward, with his company for Negro striving unceasingly to serve the
registration in communities that monies collected will be used stewardesses. H. of J. at St. \ public to the very best of their
throughout the country which request -I to carry on the Crusade, and accounting ability. "We sincerely feel that
,his. services. Mr. Davis ts I will be in the press fox Mrs Iva Hunter, 1919 NW Peter's SundayThe this convenient and well-equip-
field representative serving 12 monies collected and how it is 69th terrace reports spending a ped business establishment is
I very enjoyable week in Nassau. another step toward success.
states for the committee on political spent Past Most Ancient Matrons
education of the AFL-CIO. The Crusade hopes this will The new telephone! number is
Arthur Blatch' 1369 NW 68th Council of the Heroines of Jericho FR 3-3034.
These men are assisting with the clarify in the'minds of the communitY -
is observing Its 12th anniversary
organization of the Crusade.It ,Jthe' organization, and the terrace who has been 111 for by attending St. Peter's .
has come to the attention of need for; ,and .Use of money. I more than a week Is much bet American Catholic Church, between .. !:.i
the Crusade for Voters that these Every adult and organization I ter to the delight of his friends.
NW and
17th 19th streets,
men are receiving a salary for should get behind this project by es Sunday, June 14 at 11 o'clock J. B. SMITH
their services from the Crusade. making their :contributions; and Roland Donathan of Nassau. for the morning service. All Most
This Each ? I Bahamas, made a short business ELECTRICSERVICE
is not true. of these register Tf they are qualified Ancient Matrons
trip to Miami On Wednesday, returning are requested
I to: be present.On .
the same day.

Monday, June 15, there will Electrical Contractor
Uleric Ferguson, well known be a Fashion Review during the
State Medical Association business man from Nassau, madea regular meeting. All are asked to HOUSEW1RING
brief visit to Miami this week be present.
I "Don't cuss Call us"
returning home on Thursday.

Heroine Johnnie Mae Hill, PHONE OX 1.3625
in 63rd MeetinaFThe C. M. Jollivette Sr., has returned District Deputy
from a trip that took him Night or Day
tJI. to New Orleans, Port Arthur,
63rd annual convention Mrs. :Edwin Shirley, Dr. and Mrs. Texas; San Francisco and Los Advertise It ,
the Florida Medical, Dental and E. A. Ward, Dr., and Mrs. W. H. Angeles, Calif. In San Franciscohe w- yo' .v _
Phanmeceutical Association, Dr, Murrell, Dr and Mrs. J. Brown, attended meetings of the !I
J. L. Bass, state 'president, met Dr and Mrs Jr White, Dr. and Western Conference of the National -
this week at Ft. Lauderdale. Mrs I. P.: Davis, 'Dr. William O. Federation of Settlement
Among those attending were Patterson, the' Drs. Simpson, Mr. and Neighborhood Centers and I YOU. ASKED FOR IT!
Dr. and Mrs. W. O.' Campbell/ and Mrs. C. M. Jollivette Dr also the meeting of the. National i)
Mr and Mrs. M T. Waters and Cleveland Eneas, ,Nassau, ,Baha- Conference of Social Workers I I So here it is-A full ONE YEAR I
Dr. and Mrs. >Bacote of. Tallahassee Mr. Jollivette represented the AUTO LIABILITY 'INSURANCE ;
mas.Dr. James E. Scott Community Association
William Sinker medical -
: Policy for people with
most only
From West Palm Beach: Dr. director of Homer Phillips Hospital of which he is vice
end Mrs. R. L. Smith; Dr. and l, St., Louis,' Mo., and Dr. J president of the board of directors $15 DOWN PAYMENT
Mrs. A. B. Pride and Dr: and I B. Johnson, medical director, .
Mrs. W. H. Collie Freedman's Hospital, Washington, ,Tn Lps Angeles he visited four SERVICE
From Tampa: Dr. and Mrs ''D. C, brothers, their families and several FIRST INS. -AGENCY

John Hewitt. The Broward County Medical, friends
Gainesville: Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Dental and Pharmaceutical Society "In New Orleans he spent some 645 N.W. 36th St. 27th Ave. Farmer Market

Coslby. ,, Dr. Calvin H. Shirley, time with his aunt. At Port Ar- PL 9-5284 NA 4.1811
:Miami: Dr. G. K. Sands, Dr. president and the Women's Auxiliary thur he spent three days with his '
and Mrs. Nathaniel Colston, Dr were excellent hosts ,to the mother and other relatives. : .- -- "--"t:>1- .....j, ..'1: "It" _1Ji. I'
and Mrs, G. W Hawkins, Dr. i.convention.. Accompanying Mr. Jollivette
and Mrs. H. H. Green Dr. and was his youngest daughter, Cleo
who remained with her grandmother I
t ,. Mrs. Regina Jollivete,1 I!
$2,000 SOUGHT TO Your, Vote is Neededto while daddy made the Californiatrip. MENHAVE

COMPLETE ,YMCA Cleo is thrilled over her .
fight the forces that seek visit with grandmother.
to keep you a Second Class Daniel Lang, executive directorof YOUR HAIR ;. -;' ,
Greater Miami .
Citizen. the Urban .,' ' (',
Leaguehas returned from San ,;: :
A special businessmen committee -1- I CUT IN. "
is being organized by Thomas .;. :
Bannister and Harry' Smith to I !;;'f".l' I
) ,
raise the necessary $2,000 need- Yes-The Best People 'Live at . I AIR CONDITIONED** '' r
ed to complete the recreation ,
wing of the Carver YMCA on .. "


A great deal of work has been '
done on the, incompleted w e s i c APARTMENTS32nd NO EXTRA CHARGE
wing. $800 worth of electrical) .
work has been installed in the \ .
area that iwas previously unlighted. .
Much of the work has ,been ] .

volunteer labor. Ave. and 42nd St. Northwest
Jerry McPhee and Jim Lee con- ,
trilbuted time to the electrical ,
service Hubert and David Cole- BAND BOX
brook helped' with the carpentryand
Green Kendrick did the

When completed the wing will IARKLEY'S CUT-RATE STORE
not only be a flne recreationarea
for young people, but can ; BARBERSHOP
also) serve as a meeting ,place and The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
party room for community or-

ganizations.With school closed now" and so 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 42376THE

many kids loose in the streets, 536 N. W
the committee is desperate to FINEST PRODUCTS AT CUT RATE PRICES 2nd AvenuePHONE
I ecmplete the work in two weeks.
The I Ian is to get 20 local business Checkers and puzzles, games for children, beach

and each.professional The men to give balls, swimming rings, reading glasses: sunglasses for FRanklin 1.9440 ,
$100 completed fwtof
will be dedicated in the namesof men, women, boys and girls.
the donors of the funds. .
So far pledges of $100 have Open Dally and Sunday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
come In from C. M. Jollivette,
Harry A. Smith, Joseph PolUer, ... .
Thomas Bannister and Garth C. ., ,.
Reeves. -. - I July4"I.

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I College Impressions dear readers if you are inquisitive l.
i I high schoolers or merely wishto
By ,EMILY ARM, jISTER' know as to what this particular I

T ; What is college"'1 ftte? This Is column is all about, next week ''I'

the question that hat:been asked look for the first article in"a to
!" series of "College Impressions.
" by many inquisitive :jcojjerebctmdschoolers. )

: .. The answer that they -_ ,
I receive are many andr varied.
'., : !
'.''i".<"... 1{ o." ,l e They are many because college FOR SALE
} :' I bound high schoolers, ask questions -
,; \ ;:
,,;. ; $ J. of almost anyone]'whom they Brand New 3.Bedroom
-- -- '& -
meet >*'ho has some sort of experience -
.: Benevolence QueenA in ,the w.orkt\1hat' is created Hardwood Floor, Garage
by the "dear old alma may" .to.
unusual Another First For ters throughout the ',United States.
very program was 2017 N.W. 55th Ter.
They are varied because the
i' held at Mt. Carmel Baptist Miami Post Office
( Church of which the Rev James i people they ask have different.

[ ,P. Waldon delivered an Inspiring tr opinions almost always. ,Open Sunday 3-5 p.m. ,
r" Having been an inquisitivehigh
message, "We are laborers together .e .. I
school r myself before becoming -
with Christ.
The pun.-cse of this affair was G.-: ;, .. .. .. an inquisitive college goer b bI
If to solicit funds for the sick and --'te.: ..".. ,.......:.i'llU..'!". .. I know how satisfying it is to

..11 less fortunate. After the offering, Earl White of Miami graduatedcum have your questions answered, so I I
\\t the climax of a contest between laude from Dillard University .
t t'' Sis. Virginia Thomas, representing on June 1, He is a former
,,I't'. Georgia,' and Sis. Mary Gaines, student of Dorsey High School.
who Iwas crowned queen, representing His jrandmother, Mrs. Estella Still traditionally distilled for
J,,i'' Florida. Gibson of Miami, and his mother
tl and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. "
1\ Total amount raised:' $200. "IMPORTED QUALITY!
,,it This mast unusual manner of James Pinckney of New York
City, attended the graduation .I in
' ,
1 caring for the sick was under the
:. New Orleans.He .
direction of its president, Sister E
was president of the Stu-
f\ Eartha Goldware.
. dent Council, president of the .
Encouraging remarks were ;, debating team, and also president ,
,=x % made by the pastor, Rev. D. A. .' ),.
of his fraternity. He left for
j t,
,4: Bradley.
I ; : ,
New Ycrk to further his educa- ,
fir '
t' f + . :: ."" .', .' tion at NYU. He is a pre-law student 1). > ,
a' Silvertone Singing )'<
) and the grandson of Mr. and
., .'.,.\ \ ',
\ Convention ,J, .. ". Mrs. Williams Gibson and Mr ;
on 0# t I'I.
'. and Mrs. Samuel White. '. I...
The Move \

Recently a very fine sessionwas I ; e--;; D. Collier; -has been pro I Hannibal
rach and Lawrence
$ ,
witnessed at the St. James moted from distribution clerk .
I Baptist Church Coconut Grove, level 4 to mail dispatch expediter
' where the Rev. J. W. Watson Is level 5. This is, the first Negro M . 1'wi "i.
pastor. Many other singing groups .Tomction of its kind in South "
took ,part in helping to make the Florida Post Offices. The Job Homes For SaleNEW

thirty-second annual session the pays $5,100 per year. N.W, 56th ST. AREA S
best in years. .Air. Collier, a native of Albany I ,
On Saturday night the Silver- Georgia, attended Georgia Normal Beautiful 3-bedroom, 2 baths J IJ f ,'
and Agricultural in Like for those
t-ne will the Page Gospel College now who want the A, rI
Siniiers sponsor at the SilvertoneMusic Albany. He entered the Miami best. Call me now. Price and
Post Office as clerk in 1950 and terms to sell. Hurry.
Center, 6970 NW ave.
in 1957 was given a certificate of
The public is invited. No admis-
sion.t award'' for superior performance Very nice 2-tocdrocim, Florida .
: cf his duties. He notes resides In room and carport on beautiful 11
Sunday night at 8.30 the Sil-
Richmond Heights and is fatherof corner. $1,000 down 'to qualified
t vertcne Grand Chorus of 40 five children. buyer, 'with, god Job. Low monthly '1
voices will render a song The Miami Post Office now payments. Call me now , .
Paul ME Church, Douglasand
employs 11 Negro clerks. Two 1I
Thomas ave., Coconut Grove. E. Harry DenningPL
window clerks, ,McKenzie Moore
Admission free, freewill offering
'I'at of Kendall Branch, the first Negro 7-8250 '
accepted. clerk hired in Miami, and Edward /I
Hanna, a window clerk of 480 Hialeah Drive I
Riverside branch. Iy.S N I
: I-
Other Negro clerks in Miami ,
I Keyes Co.
include: Wilford J Dames Morris ,
1!. Abrams Jr., Veron :J. Gallon TU 7-7441 ; :
Walter O. Horton, Edward
Johnson, Americus Pope, Shad- _
L "

""tt Apartments For Rent Ift right eo the label! Km distilled In 1769, still '

traditionally dbtilbd for authentic London Dry Gin :

Eajoy IN mbdf draw*and delicate flavor of

In choice Liberty City neighborhood :
I ftiI+r'i tar Qtta idle GORDONJUNE

Hardwood floor Venetian blind refrigerator store
1'<--" MM1t

.. Alvin G. Brazzell, Northwestern hot and cold waier. 1495 tf.W. 67th St. $15 per week Mlle 9w __ MMIM'-.Mtn IM r a. W4ltreiL L : I
'\ the Beta
High graduate receives
Beta Lambda Chapter Alpha Phi Call PL 1.1756
Alpha fraternity, Inc., scholarship
award for 1959. DENNIS SMITH; Real Eatate Investor

The award is given each yearto
a different cne of the high MAGIC CITYELECTRONICS ;
schools in Dade. Edward McCrayis
president of the chapter. ff


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June 12 7:45 p.m. TUBES CHECKED FREE'e.
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SUMMER SCHOOL Recreational Facilities f

: Jackson's Grade School ; "'-l. .......' ..:lJ'Jto ;! x .OR COME IN : I
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4 SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1959 I PattersonJohanssonFight ':

Personal Mention on Big ScreenMiami's

Capitol Theatre tWill
_ .- -1' J I I If'I present a big screen theatre tele-
I I vlslcn shelving of the
attended the world's
Marjorie and Peggy Thompson, Francisco: conference of heavyweight championship' fight
daughters oi Mr. and Mrs. 'Her annual national featuring Floyd Patterson, the
bert Thompson of 1034 NW 60Wi Social Workers champion and Ingomar Johanssonthe

Office at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami, Florida Phone PR 3-2236 St., graduated from FloridaA will be an Increase, in, challenger on Thursday night,
Plant at 6740 N.W. 16th Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 < and M University June 1, There residents living June 25 at 9:30.
with a BS. degree in education..I garbage tax for comes The dears of the Capitol will
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In the unincorporated areas open at 6:30: that evening and
ONE,,YEAR $4.50 SIX MONTHS $2.75 THREE' MONTHS'' $1.70H. Ricardo Weeks of New York July 1. The present $13 tax trash will there'll be movies shown both
City famed scriptwriter and poet, go up to $22 ,iplus $6 for 'before and after the big flight.
E. Total $28.
short vacation' in the city collection The admission is $3-58
spent: a plus
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor him was better service is promised.Mrs. .
last week. Accompanying taxes and tickets are now on sale
Miss Sylvia Laramore, a legal at the Capitol, Ritz Bunche, and
Campbell: pop-
secretary.Mr. Georgette Ace Theatres in Dade County

Voter Registration ExpertsAid Weeks yenned the hit,, ular iRoom owner, 2540 NW of Georgette's 51st st., is Tea re- well West Palm as the Beach.Grand- Theatre in

I "i Wonder Why," recorded by icuperatlni in Jackson Memorial
Dicn and the Belmonts that sold Hospital after suffering 'a stroke
more than 800,000 copies His I Uvhlle driving her car. Francis Funeral
Drive HereThe newest release is "Planned Des- Home Changes'Location
tiny" on the Old Town label, a From Gainesville comes news
ballad done by Arthur Prysock. that five Negroes have qualifiedfor ,

Crusade for Voters In Us men is salaried by his respective admission to the ,Universityof The Frances Funeral
is James O. Plinton Jr., executive Florida. They are all teachers Ham/
drive to get qualified Negroes to organization, and. being located at IOCS NW 2nd for
register and vote, is feeing assist loaned to assist the Miami com- officer with Trans World AirlinesIn who want to study during the ave
munity |in this very needed pro- New Yorlk is visiting in Miami. summer. the l past several years, has recently -
ham. ject of voter registration.It Mr. Plinton is a veteran 'pilot 'I moved to' Its new location
Cincinnati, Ohio. is pointed, out by the boardof and served with the 99th Squadron 2i8 NW 7th st
Owners of the
He popular establishment
the. Crusade for Voters and by during World War II.
Mr. Patten is field secretary at I '''Council that
large for the NAACP and is cur- the finance committee under tho says there are many opportunitieswith Matrons aver they are
rently assigned to assist in voter chairmanship of Dr. E. A. Ward, his company for Negro striving unceasingly to serve the
registration in communities that monies collected will be used stewardesses.Mrs. H. of J. at St. I public to the very best of their
ability. "We sincerely feel that
throughout the country which request to carry on the Crusade, and accounting Iva
Hunter, 1919 NW this convenient and well-equip.
his, services. Mr. Davis Is will be in the press for Peter's SundayThe .
spending a ped business establishment is
69th terrace reports
field representative serving 12 monies collected and how it is
enjoyable week in Nassau ) another step toward success."
states for the committee on political spent. very Past Most Ancient Matrons
education of the AFL-CIO The Crusade hopes this will The new telephone, number is
Arthur BlaUh NW 68th Council of the Heroines of Jericho FR 3-3034.
These men are assisting with the, clarify in the'minds oi the community 1369 is observing its 12th anniver-
ill for I
the Crusade. the organization, and the terrace who has been ,
organization of : : sary by attending St. Peter's
bet- .
It. has come to the attention of need for, ,and ,Use of money. more than a week is much American Catholic Church, between -) 1" It j;..
the Crusade for Voters that these Every adult and, organization ter to the delL&ht of his NW 17th and 19th streets,

men are receiving a salary for should'get behind this project by end iathan of Nassau Sunday, June 14 at 11 o'clock J. B. SMITH
their services from the Crusade. making their. ;:.contributions+ and : business for the morning service. All Most ELECTRICSERVICE
This is not true. Each of these register. u' they are qualified. Bahamas, made a short Ancient Matrons are requestedto
t ' trip to Miami On Wednesday, returning -
I : !be present.On .
the same day.
Monday, June 15, there will Electrical Contractor
Ulerlc Ferguson, well known be' a Fashion Review during the HOUSEWIRING
State Medical Association business man from Nassau, madea regular meeting. All are asked to
brief visit to Miami this week be present. "Don't cuss -' Can us"
returning home on Thursday.C. .
,Heroine Johnnie Mae Hill, PHONE OX 1-3625
in 63rd Meeting Mr Jolllvette Sr., has returned District Deputy
from a trip that took him Night or Day
to New Orleans, Port Arthur,

fThe 63rd annual convention Mrs.,-Edwin Shirley, Dr. and Mrs.E. Texas; San Francisco and Los Advertise It Pays! I ,t .
the Florida Medical, Dental and A. Ward, Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Angeles, Calif. In San Franciscohe "'----' ''Y' ""' -
Pharmaceutical Association, Dr; Murrell, Dr. and Mrs. J. Brown, attended meetings of .the I
J, L. Bass, state president, met Dr and, Mrs Jr White, Dr. and Western Conference' of the Na- !
this week at Ft. Lauderdale., Mrs} I. P. Ppyis" 'Dr; William O. tional Federation of Settlementand i
Among those attending ;were Patterson, 'the' Drs. Simpson, Mr. Neighborhood Centers and YOU ASKED FOR IT!

Dr. and Mrs. W. O. Campbell, and Mrs. C.: M. Jollivette, Dr also the meeting of the, National 1 i So here it is-A full ONE YEAR
Mr and Mrs. :M. T. Waters and Cleveland Eneas, ,Nassau, Baha- Conference of Social Workers.I .
Dr. and Mrs. 4Bacbte of Tallahassee mas. Mr. Jollivette represented the AUTO LIABILITY ''INSURANCE

Dr., 'William ,Sinker ,medical James E. Scott Community Association Policy for mo&t people with only
From West Palm Beach: Dr. director of Homer Phillips Hospital of which he is vice
end Mrs. R. L. Smith, Dr. and lp St., Louis, ,Mo., and Dr. J. president of the board of dIrec- $15 DOWN PAYMENT
Mrs. A. B. Pride and Dr. and B. Johnson, medical director, tors.
Mrs. W. H. Collie. Freedman's 'Hospital, Washington, Jn Lps Angeles he visited four SERVICE FIRST INS. -AGENCY
From Tampa: Dr. and Mrs D. C, brothers, their families and sev-
John Hewitt. The Broward' Medical eral friends.In .
Gainesville: Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Dental and Pharmaceutical County Society -, Now Orleans he spent some 645 N.W. 36th St. 27th Ave. Farmer. MarketPL

Coslby. ; Dr. Calvin H. Shirley, time with his aunt. At Port Ar- 9.5284 NA 4-1811
Miami: Dr. G. K. Sands, Dr. and the Women's Aux- thur hI?; spent three days with his .
and Mrs. Nathaniel Colston, Dr. iliary president were excellent hosts ,to the mother and other relatives. i__ . ,,'Ie. ..:_, ;,f ,... ",,,. '," .....)1q I . > 'tIn. i7I. ). .'
and Mrs, G. W, Hawlklns, Dr. convention. Accompanying Mr. Jollivette
and Mrs. H. H. Green Dr. and was his youngest daughter, Cleo j
who remained with her

,. Mrs. Regina Jollivette ,
$2,000 SOUGHT TO Your Vote is Neededto while daddy made the California, I. MEN

COMPLETE YMCA trip. Cleo Is thrilled over her
fight the forces that ,seek visit with grandmother. .
to keep you a Second Class Daniel executive directorof HAVE YOUR HAIR ) ':: ,

Citizen. the Greater Miami Urban *. > "
Leaguehas returned from SanYesThe *) : .
A special businessmen commit: CUT IN ,;; h'..
tee Is being organized' by Thomas I ; "
Bannister and Harry' Smith ,to p "

raise the necessary $2,000 need- Best People Live at. . I AIR CONDITIONED( V' -
ed to complete the recreation .
wing of the Carver YMCA OD ..

A great deal of work has been '
done on the, incompleted west ( APARTMENTS32nd NO EXTRA, CHARGE.
worth of electrical
wing. $800 ,
work has been installed In the %
area that iwas previously unlight- .
ed. Much of the work has been I

volunteer .labor. Ave. and 42nd St. NorthwestIARKLEY'S
Jerry McPhee and J1ni'Lee con. BAND BOX
triibuted time to the 'electrical ,

service, Hubert and David Cole- ... ,- -- .
brook helped with the carpentryand -
Green Kendrick did the

When completed the wing win CUT-RATF STORE
not only be a fine recreation! BARBER SHOP
area for young people, but can ;
also serve as a meeting ,place and The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
party room for community organizations.

1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
With school closed now and so
many kids loose in the streets, 536 N. W 2nd AvenuePHONE
the committee is desperate to THE FINEST PRODUCTS AT CUT RATE PRICES
complete the work in two weeks.
The !plan Is to get 20 local business Checkers and puzzles, games for children, beach

and professional men to give I balls, swimming rings, reading glasses, sunglasses for FRanklin 1-9440 .
$100 each. The completed wring
.will be dedicated In the names men, women, boys and girls. I
of the donors of the funds. .
f So far pledges of $100 have Open Dally and ,Sunday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
come in from C. M. Jollivette
Harry A. Smith, Joseph Polder, John At McMinn, Owner ...

Thomas Bannister and Garth C. ,, I'. July4PAGE
Reeves. .

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Dillard Cum Laude THE MIAMI TIMES. -"The, Peoples Newspaper"SATURDAY. ...
I .
I :.,- ,jf,.'.',S<_...... <- to JL11tE.13.1959; ... "., '-<:': PAGE: 6

j" .

I College ImpressionsBy dear readers if you are Inquisitive -
\ high schoolers or merely wishto
.. ,EMILY| ARM&RISTER' know as to what this particular
What is college'Y rf ? This Is column is all about, next week
the question that has .been asked look for the first article in a
by 'many inquisitive :jcojjere-bctind series of "College Impressions."

ofi schoole s. The answer that .they -- I
.. receive are many and varied.
, .,:1,'....t,< " ,' " r' a They are many because college FOR SALE
I''' \.:11.1,''. .".1's...... "i bound high schoolers,. ask ques-
.,"i \ tions of almost anyon.,whom they Brand New 3-Bedroom
meet aho has some ,sort of ex-
Benevolence Queen 'perience.! In the w.orId.I.thal' is cre- Hardwood Floor, Garage
,f I ated by the "dear old atona man .
Another First For the ',United
ters thrciighout States.
A very unusual program was,
,2017 N.W. 55th Ter.
They are varied because the.
held at Mt. Carmel Baptist Miami 'Post, Office
,, Church of which the Rev. James''' tW. people they ask have different.
.'P. Waldon delivered an inspiring opinions almost always. ,Open Sunday 35 p.m. t.
( message, "We are laborers together '. Having been an inquisitivehigh
' \ '" . school r myself before becoming -
with Christ"The ;
.;. ": an inquisitive college CAPPER CONST. CORP. j
purpose of this affair was .::3..L .. goer jI I,
; _ _ _ _
to solicit funds for the sick and I know how satisfying it is to

less fortunate. After the offering, Earl White of Miami graduatedcum have your questions answered, so t
t the climax of a contest betweenSis. laude from Dillard Univer-
Virginia Thomas, representing sity on June 1. He is a former
t Georgia,' and Sis Mary Gaines, student of Dorsey High School.
,jt who (was crowned queen, repre- i. ",i His grandmother, Mrs. Estella Still traditionally distilled for
senting Florida. '! Gibson of Miami, and his mother
and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. "
Total amount raised$200.. "IMPORTED ,QUALITY! 1,1
a S James ,Pinckney of New York
4. This most unusual manner oi ,
fj" City, attended the graduation I in
" caring for the sick was under the ,; ,1 New Orleans. I
direction of its president, Sister .i'.
Eartha Goldware.' n.h ..., 5 X. W t He was president of the Stu-
.' dent Council, president of the
remarks were ,
;,. .. debating team, and also president ' ;
made by the pastor, Rev. D. A. 1 1. .M'r ;" .
T4 of his fraternity. 'He left for .J
i. Bradley. ;;...; .. :,': .' M.f. New Ycrk to further his educa- ,
\( "
; '' tion at NYU. He is a pre-law student "
Silvertone 'SingingConvention i ; .! .t'f:' and the grandson of Mr. and ,
; ,:., .. Mrs. Williams Gibson i ,;' ',
on LJ: .... and Mr. "
and Mrs. Samuel White. :

The Move _.__n ___.__. ,_-__.__.. ', ;. t .
fine sessionwas Ernest D. Collier has been
Recently a very pro 1'j
rach Hannibal and Lloyd law-
witnessed at the St James moted from distribution. clerk
Baptist, Church Coconut Grove, level 4 to mail dispatch expedite rence.

where the Rev. J, W. Watson is level 5. This is, the first Negro .,. ", ,
of its kind in South \ '
pastor. Many other singing groups promotion :
took part in helping to make the Florida post Offices. The Job Homes For SaleNEW

thirty-second annual session the pays $5,100 per year. NW. 68th ST. AREA 'y rS ,
best in years. Mr. Collier, a native of Albany I : t
On Saturday night' the Silver- Georgia, attended Georgia Nor- Beautiful 3-bedroom, 2 baths I \ : t .
Gospel mal and Agricultural College in Like new, for those who want the,
tne will Page -
: Singers sponsor at ,the Silvertone Albany, He entered the Miami best. Call me now. Price and
Post Office as clerk in 1950 and terms to sell Hurry
Music Center, 6970 NW ave.
admis in 1957 was given a certificate of
The public is invited. No
' sion. award' for superior performance Very nice 2-bcdrocim, Florida
cf; his duties. He 'ncfv resides in room and carport on beautiful I
t Sunday night at 8:30 the Sil- Richmond Heights. and is father corner. $1,000 down '''to qualified
Chorus of 40
,. vertcne of five children buyer, 'with, gcod job. Low monthly
' voices will render song serviceat
, a The Miami Post Office now payments. Call me now . ,.
St. Paul ME Church, Douglasand .
employs 11 Negro clerks. Two
E. Harry DenningPL
Thomas ave., Coconut Grove. :
window clerks, McKenzIe Moore
Admission free, freewill offering .
I" of Kendall Branch, the first Ne- 7-8250
accepted. gro clerk hired in Miami, and Ed-
ward Hfenna, a window clerk of 480 Hialeah Drive
Riverside branch.
Other Negro clerks In Miami 1
I I include: Wilford J. Dames Morris Keyes Co.
,: H. Abrams Jr., Veron :J. Gallon TU 7.7441 r''* '

' Walter O. Horton, Edward.
'i Johnson, Amcricus. Pope- ,," Shad-

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Apartments For RentONE It's right oa the I kbell Pint distilled in 1769, still

: traditionally dbtiltoi for authentic London Dry Gin

S Enter die mbtkt tamest and delicate flavor of

In choice Liberty City neighborhood I ta. Y as GIlt Hh.t

lr-&lU! Hardwood floors, Venetian blinds, refrigerator, store,

,. Alvin G. Brazzell, Northwestern hot and cold water. 1495 N.W. 67th St. $15 per week _- w4 N'..I.) ..Illt r llt. UL "LI. '
t. High graduate receives the Beta
Beta Lambda Chapter Alpha Phi Call PL 1-1756
Alpha fraternity, Inc., scholarship
award for 1959. DENNIS SMITH Real Estate Investor

The award is given each yearto
a different one of the high MAGIC CITYELECTRONICS

schools in Dade. Edward MoCray. -
is president of the chapter.

, .

Now Open! 1208 N.W. 62nd ,Street

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842 N.W. 3rd Are. .' i' ,;ll',*:j' SALES. .. SERVICE

Your Shoes Talk About You . ATTHE'SIR : .

them leaking like NEW 4.7.318.J
Give us a trial JOHN HOTEL ,.

Arthur "Key West" ,Sands- prop. ,"
\ ,,
L ''f.
7 :

276 N.W. 6th STREET : *' TERMS ,*

Jackson's Toddle: Inn FAST SERVICE

Graduation Program 0 Q 9 a.w. 9 pjn

June 12 7:45 p.m. : 0 TUBES CHECKED FREE .
.24-hour Telephone Switchboard .
. 2900 NW 43rd Street i iII iI '
iI I : :
I Swimming ,Pool and JUNE Summer Special JULY

I l.\ .
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SUMMER Recreational Facilities i ;
Jackson' Grade School, xz, .:. : Jiido, .i. .-Jj: ; .",- ,.4If C9M. 'IN"t'I DAY,
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PAGE 6 THE MIAMI' TIMES-"Th. Peoples' Newspaper" SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1959



\ The Miami Post Office, already B A K E R

one is seeking of Dade's additional biggest clerk employers and, STORE

letter master carrier Eugene help.Dunlap Miami said Post-that:

Commission announce the United the States has examinations asked Civil him Service for to Open Fri. and Mon. 'til 9 p.m. 137 N. Miami Ave. fR 1-2534

postal clerk and letter carrier for
the Miami office The Miami office -
comprises practically all of
Dade County, with the exception
of Opa Locka, Hialeah, Home- ROOMS COMPLETE! :
stead and its branches, and now .S299-
has a working force of WOO
people Because of the expanded: Aegukr S429. value! You Save $130.

growth of this area additional Up to 2 Yrs to Pay ..
,, .
Bt !
employees will be hired from the Rooms May Bought Separately ;
results of this examination.The '
examination will be heldn .. Special prices include everything listed! -,;
Miami at a lccation to be announced *** "* Delivers
later.Aiplications. (Only $25 -,

will be accepted 4F"M 3 Rooms "
beginning' : today and will be
terminated at a later date, as yet
Applicants will take a written 4
test and will be expected to
choose whether they wish to be a
postal clerk or a letter carrier rII ,"""
Starting salary lor both is $2.00
per hour. S .
Interested persons may obtain :.'
application forms from the Civil _
Serice Examiner, Joseph Facente. H .
south lobby of the main Post Of- '
fice, 300 NE first ave. Forms may
also ,be obtained from the follow 'w'
ing post offices: Coral Gables, ,
Kendall, Little River, Ludlam, )'t-
Miami Beach, Miami Springs, N Jy# y a d
North Miami: North Miami Beach, CONSISTS OF: ,,.
Ojus, Perrine, South Miami and .0 SOFA"BED & MATCHING CHAIR '
Surfside. .' In choice of colors and fabric '.

2 TABLE LAMPS 2 SOFA PILLOWS Delivers ,109.95There's


HOSPITALRegistered no finance company at Baker's You deal direct with B aker'sr

nurses of the Miami
rea interested in local employ- .
ment are urged to contact the T1j LIU
Coral Gables veterans hoSpital
for information on the opening's .
now available.
Mrs. Willie M. Vandergrift, ,
chief of the nursing service at '
the Coral Gables Vets hospital s:
said today that positions are open
now for registered graduate
nurses under age 45\ in good I '
health and currently registered
or unlicensed.
Positions at the expanding gen-
eral medical and surgical hospital ,
offer liberal personnel policies
such as annual and sick leave, n2 .
retirement plan, and group life r TD rd :

insurance.The J
1 a'
salary range is $4,425 to .
$9,530. r'I
The hospital has been authorized j j :-'A.'i\o;
to, Increase the number, of I .:U q, ) .I\NI beds available and the additional 4 Jl : TERMS ARRANGED TO "
nurses are urgently needed. Ad- I ; '
ditional Information for applying ,' i FIT YOUR BUdGET

may be had from the Veterans ',", ,.. ,'
f Full Size Bar Sed Dresser -
PUN PHUN Large and Mirror Chest

riHL OSSOKKHSomeone Mattress Spring O 2 Bo idoir Lamps 2 Plump Pillows M fl !95

Uy All 10 Pieces Of This Magnificent Group ,
If Bought Separately .
once suggested that 1 ,1111,1. Only $10.00 Deliver.

wrote, a book. What a novel Ideal
writer is having a bad s-p-e-M
so I'llWait/ a while before start..
ing. When I do write, I think I'll
change my pen name. You see, 'L' -- 37-Piece
when I tell people I'm Phil Osso-
fer, they say, "Ajw, you're Joking"!
or "You're fooling! So I'll use -a- DINETTE
cne of those names, Jo King of ' \
Foo Ling, Foo Ling has that orien-
tal tang. Perhaps, under that Group
pseudonym, I shall write about a
story where the victim dies by consists oftMartool
tong war. (That's the type of
story where the victim dies by rk, t Table IRC 4
axe-ident . dented by an axe.) ,
And to think I used to believe a 2' butlly padded ChainS
tcng war was a fracas between '
unfriendly ice men! : Nit a nicilflcut/ 12.
I In the writing field, I'd preferto S 5 S S _ S. SS SS' Pliet Sit il Dlanerf' .
dash off non-fiction articles,
about people and things. My fa. .; ,?" __ wart Choice if 5 btao
vorite subject would be food,
since I have a great appetite for Rt, tifnl Mltrs.
this subject, to say nothing of a itS ,
tremendous (waistline frttn It d
fonder U I ,could sell such an .M If Bought Separately
article to a digest magazine, or
tare they too chew-sy?
Well, till my typewriter re- : ; ,3995
'covers, I'll continue _trying to
'dish out phun with pun. I may _-_ - _-_
not be the best in their field, but
;by cum, there isn't any competition Only $5.00 Delivers
;,to. ,worry aboutl!


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,.JUNE 13, 1959 THE MIAMI TlMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper" PAGE 7

137 N. Miami Ave.

B' AKER' DEPT. STORE Your Dept.friendly Store Credit;

; One Easy
4E" wU

Charge Account

yaen1 For The Entire Family DDOWItqk


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Gift ,' Time For Fathers' June 21st
I Suggestions: Day . I IMEN'S

2 V. D.
n' wear

Stretch Shirt I

SockruJ care at a mini

One size fits all 2 ,
fabric for conven J
Reg. 79c Value
a perfect fit
MEN'S'' cuffs
dacron wool .

SLACKSUsually ?
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,1 If regulars
shorts t
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1, Ltyy
stouts 1
ON: 4 f r ,
4 Spectacular! A '
"g r '# usually ser suit for pay lets
lar model. I
top quality at
.i tionally low... \ r
< 4 Single
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c'' pearance.for taller Grey, it
blue. Limited U v N
so hurry for '
4. a tion.
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VM1I 99I Men's Fine Broadcloth | Men's Short Sleeve ,

H .199 REG. 2.99 199
I I Pajamas Sport SHIRTS
I l "" 9WREG.2.99 '
I M Charge ..
It"Speciil Men's Sanforized Your Choice d
purchase from our best makers Men's Sanforized
Quality fabric 55% dacron 45% Walk SHORTS 169REG. Tee Shirts, Undershorts 42 .
wool in Wonderful pennyweight selection or of regular colors Undershirts, Briefs
weight.and patterns. Waist sizes 2942. 2.99 REG, 79c


THE MIAMI TIMES-"The, Peoples Newspaper0 Holy Redeemer .UIn'....nWLIIUm7JUrU UYlIIW lEU ltvr.L U1JL UIIL UIU1tfJ1.j" ..I.r

PAGE "8 SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1959 SchoolAll
''pupils who plan to attend
Holy Redeemer School must be I !
MIAMI FISK CLUB ALUMNI TEAM registered and .pay a registrationfee fJ"X;!
of dollar. thost who
'''''_''< .''''''_'-'-' ....._. _,,.._........ __ 'u 'M," have' a one registration Only paper now In .

the admittance school In office September.can be That sure' of; NE 5.3513 N.W. 22nd',Ave. &, 69th St.

applies'also to pupils who were
In school during the term Just


Radio $3.00 Fan $1.95 r FRONTIER WIDE OPEN
Shoes 25c New TV 1-3 price
Dresses 25c Tee Shirts 39c WARNER EROS Present*
((3 for $1)) I '. .RANDOLPH
Cancellation shoes % price .
Work! Shirts t......-................'....... 39c
Work Pants ...,................ % price Ji45Wff <
Underwear, Seeks DishesCh
:idren's Wear all at V price 4

RUMMAGE' i I s < ; 4!

1346 N.W.- 3rd Ave. f 1-i l a
UN 5-3157 desperate death 1
I trucglet

"' ---r..__. .- 1- < q<'p

Sunday, April 26 marked the look for all of our graduates,
fulfilment of a dream. Clifford R friends and well wishers and future .
Matthews, class of '50, called all I I Fiskites. '
graduates of Fisk University. to Berthenia. White, secretary a.wa
meet at the home of Gwendolyn STARTS SUN. VIIINIAMA
Barnett for the purpose+ of adding Agnes Jackson I sNIMIMa1Mt'c '
the name of their alma ma- ."W'omanObsessed" ', )
ter to the list of college clubs Attends Red .
now found in Miami. I She's The.

The following members met: Cross Meet WickedestEvent

White seated left secretary to right; Gwendolyn Berthenia _. _.}OiIo.!!!.. .... ,'.."-..,. l\,,. I Susan Hayward '
Barnett, assistant secretary, and ''' ) ___ ;." ......i" .... ... On The < r rBigTime
Selma Herd an associate mem- ,
ber and a graduate of Meharry ., _e..t to. .' '
Medical College.
Standing Bill (Wm.) Johnson, 'A.
rienry' McKinney W. Dickerson RodeoCircuitL .
Donnelly, executive! secretary of I
the alumni association; Mack
Caijlton,, treasurer, and dLfifiord I i '
R. Matthows' organizer and first 1
president. Other members not BORN
shown in the photo are: Marie iii'i
Brown, Dr. Dazell Simpson, Ar-. ,. t Il.rd'w" b
nett Counts, Billy Thompson and
Bill Sawyer and Ed Cook. CNAMIIONvs ,RECKLESS

This Sunday, June 14 the Miami .r
Fisk Club invites all .graduates __ ,

friends, members and well of wishers.all college and clubs pro-, J.h.Nse.1ea .seeNAUn : 1M1EVaN00[ 1_ 4IGIAAO a s.i..!,anww '

ective; students to Join in mak- +ae 2
ing this first annual alumni, tea .
one long to,be '!..l pt t corp.
remembered. .
the city's leading talents Manyof will .. ...\ I Closed'CutkSdIS paola+ Su Ast } SUNDAY, MONDAY. TUESDAY
lend their talents in I 3
producing Agnes jacxson, a junior at $
one of the most impressive end I Northwestern, was selected athis Isss 1S A
beautiful programs of the year.. year's Dade County rePresentative tMrts Erse .
"An Evening With The Great s to the National Red _
Masters" Cross Convention. The 7 'bulrl Adult Mm" !
is in store tor'all convention .
those who love the best in music, will be held in Atlantic City, CAPITOL THEATRE ........
poetry and drama. No one will New Jersey June 13. Agnes has M ALBERT ZUGSMITH Production: I
choose to miss such persnalltles (worked ,diligently, sincerely and Doors 9pen 6t30 p.m. ''theNIGJrP cjf the
as Bal'(Nin Hepbrn, tenor; John consistently for Red Crosi Adm. $3.58 plus tax ,
Dillard violinist throughout the years.
; James Randolphand t QtJAR R.kOoLT'l
Flo Hawkins, dramatists; ftirs. Elizabeth Espy Johnson 4' Advance tickets now '
Valdez ler, soloists.Murray and Several Margret students Mil principal of Phyllis, Wheatley on sale'at. :l 1 JUlIE LOMHN HIM DEV BAIITltHIttNESMOUBEtt t' _
,who. will Elementary School accompanied MIl Will .-IUJI JHS "s'
;give music selections,
dance and sing will appear. Agnes to Atlantic,City. Capitol1 Ritz, Bunche !

-- And Ace, Theatres 1 4 nd HAT KDK COIE >. < ,R ,
,These are a few of.the talents ; In CINEMASCOPE }
that you will ,see on dIsplay. this Join The NAACP I _
Sunday June 14 from 4-6
at the Bethune Elementary( School pin. 1\\ THF PICTURE THAT LEAPS AHEAD OF THE HEADLINES!
cafetorium 2900 NW 43rd tern
Ed Cook '50, "Mr WMBM" will j t
..- serve as M. C, for this occasion.
Until Sunday at 4 pjn.we shall BACK HOME AGAIN!I. f I




: ,
1900 N.W. 75th Street

Fri., Sat., Sun. 2 'Shows Nitely "




JUANO HERNANDEZin Madam Effie Throckboltom A .r I -
Music by LOUIS THOMPSON\ his Dark Shadesof '
Sum, Mon.Thurt.f Tues. ., Wed. Rhythm.. _,,,,. .I JOANNE ORLI 1iAi

.. Flip (I Make 'em ,Laugh) Wilson, GILBERT ROUND
,1.f Capitol hoat'i i

.: ,Bunche Ace Drink a Summer Special." -2 for 1, 76 Iii JjPMflAKULL

Also at MldnlU Show ftt ADMISSION 50c TABLES FREELet's

Tf I At Capitol Sherrif of Fractured Jaw
all come and Welcome Chickie back>> home and I
e Have a swinging time-the ole Jim Jam way Jayne Mansfield Kenneth MoreITlifl

i I
: rx": .,.t.1;, G'9j I infflip: HAACP !tf.I '-. '-, .' . fun im iim -- --- .,

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12 .Teenagers Dances THE MIAMI TIMES-'The"People.* Newspaper1

.x I .
Saturday .. Broward SATURDAY,-JUNE13, 1959 PAGE 0
The Miami Northwest Junior County
Chamber of Commerce and the SCHOOL ( The theme: "Progressive Leadership
City Recreation Department of NewsBy ; I in the Community" will:
Miami resume their regular summer CONVENTIONATHALLANDALE' highlight the meeting. The subtopics I
dance activities Saturday. to discussed by various I,
June 13 at 7:30: pan church groups are: Leadership in'
I I, the Church, School and Home.
There'will be two dances each Walter Bow JUNE 24-28 Each minister will register with .
night commencing on the above 50 cents. -
'date; Grand Avenue The Rev, F A, Allen
Park in Co The beauticians. of West presiding The convention will assume the
I conut Grove, 236 Grand Ave. and and Hallandale Unit No.Hollywood 36 elder of North Miami District of responsibility of feeding all delegates -
Liberty Square auditorium, 6306 visited the State Mental Hospitaland the AME Church, Bishop S. Sher. and the local churches will
NW 14th ave. donated their services man Green, senior bishop, will be responsible for each delegate's,1
to hold' the Sunday School convention sleeping. Registration begins: June
of .
These dances scme the patients. Mrs. Fannie
are free of charge at Ward Chapel, 10th st inHallandale 24 at 4 ,
and will feature the Williams is president of the unit. pan Opening service
two of Miami's of Rev. D. A. Russell, Wednesday at 7:30.:
leading bands. '
Earl B. Murray and Bertha, pastor. .1un20TV
.All teenagers are requested to who were married on Sunday ,. '
I I properly dressed r.they June 7'' send thanks to their rela-
hvlll not be ermitted tives and friends
; to enter for the lovely:
------ --, --- _.- I Collar or tie maY.not be necessary gifts they received! at the homeof JOE SERVICEUARANTiBD
MRS. GWENDOLYN BARNETT I but tee shirts, dungarees or ten- their father and mother, 5227
nis shoes will net be tolerated in SW 22nd st., where the receptionwas
A Northwestern High School) attendance. Only young people held.
teacher and pupil received scholarships within the age level of 13-18 >
frcm the Federal Government years of age will be admitted. West Jackson of Carver Ran-
under the auspices of ches, better knoUn as "Snooks,"
the National Science Foundation: was also among tnQ-graduates 'Of !
tc- do further study in science this' 1959 at Northwestern'. Stnlot -
summer Mrs. Gwendolyn Sawyer (High S4ool' I
Barnett was 'granted a stipend at'I' 300
Morgan State College and her Reginald McKinney:- returned- FAST SERVICE
j home last weekend after attending -
Morehouse College in. Atlanta -
for the first year. tOW COSff.o


June Sale! Floor Somptttf
,w $ 9 Trode-lni



1 $3,95Luckie's From
C "

Tailor Shop .

r'' ,.. 6510 N.W. I8th, Ave : JOE INC.:'1

Phone OX ,1-1262 , .
8211 ME...2nd Ave. PL 1-8571


Carol Cooper, a member of the, ,-M .
1039 graduating class of: Booker
T Washington High School, received J
honorable mention citations -. '
at the first annual Silver .
SARAH B. WILLIAMS I Knight Awards program sponsor: J. I .
ed by the Miami Herald on April, .
pupil, Sarah Bernice Williams is 27 at Dade County Auditorium. d e \
the recipient of a grant to Ben- Carol and Willie Green received wwr -
nett College. Sarah graduatedthis plaques for outstanding leadership .
June frcm Northwestern character and achievement I, .
Senior High. Mrs. Barnett is a and a cash prize of $50 each
member of the faculty at Northwestern '
Both are anxiously looking She is the daughter of Mrs
fonward to full summer pro- Marie Cooper, 1300 NW 5th ave, a
gram cuf. research. member of the Honor Society, : Z1f. ,
Press Club' Quill and Scroll,
Athletic Association, French Club, the
Mrs. I. C. Mickins Newspaper; Staff, Y-Teens and
Inquisitors; and a member of St.
Agnes Church. .
Guest SpeakerThe
She leaves in September for
'Missionary Society of Xavier University, 'where she will

Trinity. CME Church celebratesits study pharmacy. 54 he'a't'sk ,
8th annual tea on. Sunday, y
June 14,at the church. Mrs. I, C. (
,Mlokins of Mt. Olivette Baptist, Notice .
will be guest speaker' for the occasion I
,, and the general public !is Juanlta's-. Klndengarten twill remain s .
Invited to,hear her..The hours are open during the summer "
4 to 6 pn. Rev. A. . Pickup and delivery service. x on
pastor of Trinity and Mrs. Rosetta -
W.U( is 'resident of the 1500 NW 74th St., NE. 4-0576 ... ,,
Missionary.. ,Juanita Jackson.. .

Then, take advantage of these .. .
Air conditioning; units or modern.home ,

'1 Y. . OPENING SPECIALS t ". ventilating fens coat surprisingly little. t
You sec, electricity is 'still the biggest
... , JOIN THE MECHANICAL ..?.r. bargain in your budget!

GYM CLUB '" 4S .

; ... .J . .
; 'I'
-# ,-lOO Charter Members Wanted-50 Men and .,

i 50 Ladies ." .

r $6.00 Per MonthS .
.f ,
.. 1 ; Also join ,theMASSAGE ,M'o ; : IOOlmS : 4
t, cost Jut pennies s day to .

CLUBwhich operate, New model aN .
thinner, smaller can benUlled

: { walk. :
entitles you to come to one massage a week .
month ,1 'S
$15.00 per e
Hours: 10 a.m. to 10 pm :. ATTIC*tWWfiWffAKlpuO BM your dtokr aaoAon'f / .
in frnh outdoor breexes
: [J U hot, sticky Indoor sir k wall':ll :
your SOUM run .
: farced out Comfort-dcttlinr

m J1EALTH S4 REDQWfG I .. for pcankt/ tAI Tf: ,, obmpcmtun .

. .

601 N.W.2nd Ave.-Miami'' ... e.e' .e..eeeeeeeieee., .' ,d,, . .. er. A A WI -
< ..", .. "' _
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,, jcor'further, Information. . i_call, .../*' .1.2771 1\ .... M4. d -:0:: .tIII ...,. . ..,, ."i ,
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PAGE 10 THE MAMI TIMES-'The Peopled Newspaper" SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1959

Zane Alpert says . .

You are in the Market for a .GOOD DEPENDABLE AUTOHOBM we

suggest that you come to lANE ALPERT'S METROPOLITAN MOTORS

on 5560 JV.Hf. 7th Ave. fIRST. Look. around, check the prices see what

your money CAN buy then if you wish to shop around town you will know for sure that

the LAST STOP will .have to be at METROPOLITAN" MOTORS.. i

WBY'' Because we try to sell only the cleanest, reconditioned used cars available.

we give MOWING fREE We have NO GIMMICKS -- Only the finest'used cars

available In this area. ..

CQ BUICK factory The, dynaflow buy of ,the radio week, heater...........FullY ... ....'.$2595 57 THUNDERBIRD interior, new carpeting.-Fordoroatic A sharp, radio car, heater..........,..leather................ 2395


CQ' CADILLAC"The Boas' 62 Car"Coupe.... ....All.......white....... .:...Full........power.....................:::::.fl A7QRUd dd ul C7 CORVETTE. Powerglide, radio, heater, black in Florida with 2495
white top. This ia the fastest PG Corvette
The new owner will get the trophy which ,this car won
Cftdd .EDSEL Corsair (the best one) 4dr., hardtop, power
steering, power brakes, cruise-o-matic, radio ................ 2595 '
BUICK 4dr. Hardtop. Power spring, power brakes,
heater, red and white 51 dynaflow, radio, heater. Luxury car for only. ................ 1599

CHEVROLET Bel Air, 2-dr., powerglide, rado '.
59 header, V.8 engine. Only 2500 actual miles ..... ......... fcldd df C7 98 OLDS Holiday. Hardtop, power steering, power. 1895 I
brakes, four windows, power seat, radio, heater .... ....

BUICK 4-dr. hardtop. Full power. Can't be told from
58 new ...:......:.. ............:....................:......... ......................... 2395 CQ CHEVVY Belaire 4-dr. sedan, blue and white power
dO glide, power steering, power brakes. A beautiful........ 1295
family car

BUICK Conv. Power steering, power brakes, radio 2'195
58 heater. Just a cream puff ..................... .........................
; 56 CADILLAC Sedan De Ville. Black and red. Full
power, like new, factory air conditioned ..................... 2395
IMPALA Hardtop. Powerglide, radio, heater.
M all factory extras ..................................................... ..... 2049
I CADILLAC Convertible. Gleaming white
56 Full power ..................:..................:....... ......................... 2095
58 BEL AIR Hardtop Sedan. Powerglide, radio, heater
power steering, gold and white ......,............................. QftQR

CC CADILLAC 4-dr. 62. Full power. Drives as
BEL AIR Hardtop Sport Coupe. Radio, heater, nice as a '59, .......:............................ ............::........1495
58 powerglide, power steering. Ready to go .......,...... ..... 1995 .

CC OLDS Tudor Holiday, hardtop, full power, radio
CO EDSEL 2 dr. Hardtop. Pushbutton automatic trans1RQR dd heater, coral and white ..................................................1195 I
dO mission, radio, heater, sharp piece ................................ .",

CO EDSEL 4dr. Sedah. Pushbutton automatic OLDS 88 Sedan liydromatic, radio, heater, bronze DOR
dQ mission, radio, heater, plastic covers on since transiROR............ 1 I 55 finish. Today's special ......::......................... ................. Odd,
was new

\ ....

Convertible. Powerglide,. radio, heater,.. ..... f CC BUICK Station Wagon. Dynaflow, power steering 1095
dd ..... .
5UIMPALA Car is like new-..................................... 1995. power brakes, dynaflow, radioheater.. Like new

C7 LINCOLN Premiere Convertible. Full power, all leather 54; FORD Convertibles. One yellow, one coral, new tops CflC
df interior. White nylon top, golden yellow boy *............... 2395 Take your choice .... ................................................ UdU{

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w::i. 5560 N.W. 7th Avenue

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: >, r.: JESCA Opens THE MIAMI TIMES-1'he People. Nowspaper''SATURDAY '

Around MiamiBy ;I Summer Day CampA t. JUNE 13, 1959 PAGE 11 !

summer of fun has already
begun for childiren attending the .
DAVE (Mr. Swine) BONDU James E, Scott Community Assoc-

...-.-.................-.....................,.........,............_. I.,"" ,}./ ,, iation day camp at James E. Daily Vacation Bible
Scott Homes, 7200 NW 22nd ave.
OUR UNOFFICIAL Mayor, '. CharleS Hadley, tells me that the ,, \1 '*,,0 :,:1 age (participated in arts and
crafts music appreciation, out- School Mt. OlivetteThe
signs at Food Fair have been --" ,,"'*11 ( at '
taken down, which is very niceto I door games: cook outs and swim "
know. Since Mr. Hadley had music is credit deserving and he !classes. A trip. to the White Belt I
been elected by you he has donea has injected the Roy Campanella. Dairy Farm highlighted theweek's Mt. Olivette Baptist Church During the activity period the *
wonderful job in his civic work. show and the Jackie Robinson activities. The eight week will begin Its Daily Vacation children will have the opportunity
He has had the alligators remov- show, which are both good listen. 'camping program is divided into Bible School Monday, June 15, to engage in the following activities
ed from the rock pit on 54th st. ing. Thanks to Bert Noble for two week periods so that all and will continue Monday thru : Music, carpentry, sewing,
at 23rd ave.,and has seen to it better programming.HOW attending may get the Friday, 9:00: ajm. to 11 a-m. thru painting and other art activities.
that a few traffic lights will be benefit of two full weeks of ac June 26.Children. New games will also be taught.
installed at pertinent and con- ABOUT the Crusade For,tivity. Parents may register their The Bible School will be under
Voters has a bus to take non- children for the entire eight from all cnurches in
gested points, and helped'in the direction of Mrs. I. C. Mick-
bringing these "white" and registered voters, to register, and week program, if they wish to do the community between the ages Ins, Miss Johnnie Mae Terry, assistant -
"colored" signs down. All in all, hardly anybody showed up for so. A group pick up service for of 3 and 16 are invited to attend. director, Miss Carolyn
the free ride? As one of the officials children living in various sectionsof The following themes mill/ be
Mr. Hadley is doing a wonderful Poitier, pianist, and Miss Claretha
and want to put it, "the people in this the city can be arranged for. used in the departments as outlined Clark
Jdb, we congratulate secretary.
him. area are (pathetic," and I agree Please call PL 8-4791 for further : In the Nursery department: All parents are urged to have
with him. The first time you will in formation. 'Learning of God's Love and their children! participate In this

SAM RABIN, Sir John Hotel want something from dqwntown I I Camp personnel is as follows: Care,;" beginners* department: well ,planned Christian ,program. I I
politicians will "
to hell
owner, left the city Thursday fora say Archibald Carey, camp( director; Helping In God's World; pri- There will be no admission
trip to Dallas, Texas, for the with you, because we don't car- Mrs. Bonnie' M. Stirrup, assistant mary: "Wonders in God's World;" charged for registration.
Kiwanis Convention; then he ry enough votes to put in a bucket 'camp director and head counselor Junior: IIWo k ng in Our

gees to Los Angeles to hob nob Need I say more? I IHAT'S (I for girls; George H. Sweet, assistant The Church;" intermediate" : "March of "
with the movie stars. Meanwhile, camp director and* head Men.
back at the hotel, Dave Probinsky June graduate of Northwestern a counselor for boys; Mrs Geraldine !- At the close of our devotion
will take over, Including the Seniors High School. Seems he Newbold, Miss tasandra each day will be story hour for WEE T SHOP
lounge and the 535. Probinskyhas Junior counselors for
only had about the junior and intermediate departments
; Sweet Junior
in for coun-
brought enjov-
jh&ps E arded' to him. I think we The character stories
ment one of the finest jazz pianists should encourage youngsters like selor for boys; Miss Ida Solomon,,' will be told and illustrated by COLD CUTS COSMETIC
specialist for music.
in the county, Kenny Drew. Alvin to keep up the good work,' Mrs. I. G, Pratt. The story period -
Swim classes will be under the
With DaVe running the hotel and < will 208 N.W. 10th Street
and hope that many, many more direction of the American Red set the stage for the
lounge, 11m sure that some of his of our boys and girls of this . Cross water safety eaching of the lesson.
ideas and his policy will bring program.
as so many people call it . .
back some of the money' boys -
delinquent generation, try to
who used to make the scene. In ,prove that there are only a few Two Attend
the short time that he has been '"bad apples" in each generation, For FREE Pick-up and
around the hotel, he has gainedthe and they are not a majority.' State MeetThe Delivery Service on
respect of all who have come
Congratulations Alvin.
into contact with him . so from Phyllis Wheatley Art and '' Prescriptions
this end 'of the we to Social Club is sending as dele.
pen say Until next week . Live life,
Mr. Probinsky . much success. every golden minute of it."Peace.MadHatters gate tion to of the Colored Florida Women State Associa Club, SERVICE

THE FABULOUS Chlcklc Horne which convenes at Lakeland DRUG STORE
returns to the Ole Homestead I Ball June 13 to 16, Mrs. Margaret "Prescription Compounding8ptclsll
the Jim Jam Club for an unlimited Successful Everhart and Mrs. Marie Price
engagement. He starts this president. The following members tt"
Friday night (tonight: ) and the'i I A gay and festive crowd Join also plan to attend: Mrs Sundries Gifts
Jim' Jam owner, Jimmy Hayek ed the members of the Alpha McFadden,, Mrs. Adderly, Mrs I
has gone .to no expense to bring Gamma Chi Sorority in sponsoring Marie Taylor, Mrs. E. Clements, 'I'L s Patent Medicines I
Madame Effie Throckbottom the first of its annual Mad- Mrs. Mary Ellen SLmms, and 1 Greeting Cards
back to the place of good times. hatters Ball at the Jim. Jam Club Mrs. Anette McNeal, chairman of s
There will be an admission charge Friday, May 29: Mad' hats of all the art and crafts department. '' 1240 N.W. 3rd Av.;
of 50 cents on the door for the creative descriptions, originality, I I I The club is also (presenting a
entire 'weekend and I'm sure that and uniqueness were worn. Music: cup to the state convention fort SIDNEY T. COX Phone FRanklin 32932For
,seeing a show and dancing to the was played -by' Richard Johnson's I', and crafts department. Registered Pharmacist
'. music of Louis' Thompson will Band. The contest results of the Mrs M. Price, president
\ ', delight everybody. The. famous maddest hats worn are as folia M. Daniels, reporter I
. :.: : : Flip Wilson will be your host, so WSJ
;.' :"/ be sure to put the Jim Jam down First prize, Mrs. Ossie M. Hol-
;' J '.' ,;;,, on your "must list" for this lis.I .

;'...,:' weekend, and enjoy Chickie'I'I Second prize, Mrs.Connie The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
.; ;' Horne as Madame Effie Throck Withers.
t' ". bottom. Third prize, Miss Evelyn Gard- .
'. PRETTY GIRL OF The Week: most capable judges for BONDED COLLECTION
Mrs. Ruby Curry . Policemanof the contest were: Mrs.. Dorothy
the Week: P. Dixon . Teacher Sanford, Mrs. Grady Dinkins,
of the Week: Mrs. Dora Wright. Mrs. Evergreen Murphy and .Mrs.
Mary Lou Belcher.ycycyc .
Dave Probinsky is looking for I IMM" ,? 14

a secretary. She must be able to c AGENCY Inc.

do shorthand. If anyone is aval-] Are you a wallflower? *
able, call FR 3-3381 and talk .
with-hLm. .. Would you like to learn te danceIn

a private studio?
.s.";' SINCE BERT NOBLE, general I VISIT -
," The largest collection and rental '
manager of radio station WFEC: Don Strachan'a Dance Studio i
,'. has taken over the entire station, .
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THE MIAMI TIMES=;-The People Newspaper" 1 Memorial Dream'Dreamsasd

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; PAGE 12 SATURDAY JUNE 13, 1959 DEATHS Benjamin Reed, 1&33 NW 6th See Visions
ave, died in the Jackson Hospital ... .....
on June *7, Funeral services
conducted from the chapel on ,
I Range . Saturday at 3:30: p.m. June 13 ;4 j ;
CARDSMEMORIALSIN with burial in Lincoln Memorial \
Horatlus B Hill of ,,1720 NW 4
1st place, died at the Veteran's
Administration Hospital on June I Seniors. . .
5. lie Is survived by his widow,
MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKS Funeral services for Mrs,
Alberta: a sister, Mrs. Blanche "
I Davis of 416 NW 7th st.
Irene was
sad but loving memory of The. family of the late, I Graves, both ol Miami He Is now with
my dear mother, GEORGE MV STYLES lying in repose at the chap. At the held Rev.Thursday J. Wilson In the chapel officiating.
MRS. ADDIE BIGGS wish to express grateful thanksto 6:30: pan today he will be sent to
who departed this life June 14, their many friends for' acts of Cairo, Ga. where final rites will Burial was in Evergreen Gardens OA
1957. kindness sho'jvn during the recent be held. aria
Gone, but not forgotten. illness and passing cf their (Harris M conducted Satur-

..:,:\\iMrs. Alma Weaver, daughter loved one. Mrs. Rosa Bostick of 1608 NW day, Church June 11 in at Sebring the First She Baptist Is-
Special thanks goes to Dr. W, 63rd St., died in Jackson Memo- '
survived sisters. Great
by two with this' so-called Mystery
toIN.: MEMORIAMIn A. Patterson, the Christian Hospital rial Hospital on June 5. She is ; Seal. 200. Money back
staff to survived by her husband, Jake; Only
St Agnes' Episcopal George Neblack of Princetondied guarant Send to:
Church its rector Father John E. four sisters. Chapel"services will
loving memory of our dear Thursday, June 9. Funeral
mother, Culmer and the members of the be conducted en June 13 at 10 services are incomplete. JAMAICA CANDLE'SHOP
MRS. ROSIE MUNGIN vestry board, also the fraternal am.
who departed this life June 15, organizations for thoughtful services ,- 6664 N.W. 15th Ave. .
Mrs. Annie Barber of 125 NW
1952. rendered. The family was
Your memory is still with us you helped'indeed during this time by 7th st., died at her home on Sat- Advertise It Pays! Miami 47, Florida
see, the numerous floral tributes, tele- urday, June 6. Mrs. Barber will
, , ,
be remembered by pioneer Mi- -*--i- -*- -- " -
And soon our light too will fall grams, cards and,.X isjt1h4 Eran-:
And Jesus, will guide us safely: to cis Funeral Hottie was, most-'con- amlapt, having lived here for \
dwell siderate in this time of trial. l no, eJ.!han 40 years. She was alsoa .
With you within the veil, To everyone we say, "It has member of long standing ol theGrfcatfcr PIANO SICK ? '
Margret Kimble, daughter helped lighten our sorrow to Bethel AME Church. p
Beatrice Jenkins, daughter know Survivors are a sister, Mrs. Ethel '
Laura Howell, sister May the example of his long Hutcherson; a nephew and other I
And Family unselfish life the lives relatives. Funeral services 'will be
inspire pf
conducted at Greater Bethel AME FOR .PROFES IQNAL PIANO A ,

IN MEMORIAMIn others.The Styles Family Church on June 13 at 2 pm.. AND ORGAN SERVICES N
Burial gill be held in Lincoln
loving memory of our dear Memorial Cemetery.Mrs.
1935 N.W. 153rd St.
mother and grandmother, CARD OF THANKSThe White SERVICEOPPORTUNITY
2570 NW MU 8.3770
family of the late, 156thst., Opa Lccka, died at her
MRS. FLORENCE HOLMES residence on June 9. She is sur-
wishes to thank all kind friendsfor vived by a daughter,' Mrs. Mamie
their cards, telegrams, florals. Green, a sister, Mrs. Susie Laws, ...."'...... .___- _:r--.llljl, _
and other acts of kindness during a ,brother, Ollie Brown, a son-in- r c
Its sad hour of bereavement. So I law, James Green, a grand and AWAITS YOU
abundant was the flow of human one great grandchild. Services are

kindness that would individual be acknowledgement tentatively set for June 20. SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
next to .
impossible. Angelo Mark Fulltoocd of 6801A PSYCHIC READER .
The family especially thanks NW 10th st., the young son of Mr. .
I Revs Aaron D. Hall and Castle- and Mrs. James Fullwood Jr.,
wright for words of comfort and died at home en June 9. Besideshis .
encouragement. And to Ebenezer parents he is survived by
M. Church's choirs No. 1 and 2; several sisters and brothers and
., usher boards No. 1 and 2; House- grandparents. Chapel/ services 1 LU) c :' ' FlU p41'
hold of Ruth lodge, Mrs. Sarah will be conducted on Friday at
t >,.J.', ..'. Jones, worthy matron; Francis 10 am. Rev A. L. Shlpp officiating ';
f '. .' .' tPiW
> ,0 Funeral Home and the neighborsand .
i ,t I .U' .' ..
""' , ,0 0 t 'v' .' many individuals whose ,
r."' ::"*\.".,t ' >. "q.,. "J'/1t" ,.. every act of sympathy and' understanding IRichardson ., f .Iw :
*) t' : : shall always remain
"" ft1 4rP1e \ ;'kft f!
lv'Jt.! '"..\. ft..> "' with us.Again. *. .

,1_.5'v, '.,,....HJ.4-..,....x.1!. .<:+,>'-,V., --' ,:,,""' e'i'''-1"- .""t">, ."tr.,,- N".XW' 1.f>:.:r-' ':: thanks to everybody for 0
" 1 vA"A+ : N.v" h N.,
everything.The.- Hadley, 2030 Service
MRS. JENNIE FERGUSONwho Family Road, Opa Lccka, died in the
departed this life June 18,, Veteran's Hospital on June 7
i 1956. Your loving memories will Funeral services conducted from 4 .rrr Mls .
always foe. RegisterToday! t Mt. Zion ME Church on June 11,
The Family at 1 pjrn. with burial in Lincoln Let my years of Experience guide' amt protect yon through

.-' -- "Life M A Lighthouse guides'tht ship'In a storm .. -
r.'f IN MEMORIAM .c r t ,

I our r'IIn' dear sad mother but loving and memory grandmother of', NOW RENTING !I. For Succesr in Business And Love

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1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments 0 .You can now have ,your home."made: happy' .
Get and Hold the position you SQ 'long wanted.

jt Houses Stores 0 Don't Stay in the. rut, get out nor 'fl' 'I' .
.. : '4j', . ..
e By the help of God she.. ; can Kelp 'yoU *

Brown Sub Coconut Grove Remove evil influence, j if you are sick, worried i or'In
i.. .
.. Liberty City Downtown trouble (

It will |liar you to rail and we' this Gifted Medium First

WILSON/ RENTAL AGENCY Inc. Where, thousands c'oijie >:early for help'a* tl'fcdtfw jroiTVibo can* "", +

be touched by this strange mysterious power

1307 N.W. 3rd Ave FR 4-0116 WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe
im God who delivered Mow and the children of Israel

of old Is still alive today and Mill open a way for yon throughthe
.troubled seas of life. Let not him thai Is blind lead you oryon
stumble with him. .
N Do you doubt the'existence of things because yon cannot ceo

<, qwi. $5,990 Cash Down them What do yon think of the Invisible wave and sounds that

make Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television possible

A seed! before! It sprout, lies concealed' secret: silent in the
.,ttt dark earth or womb of Nature. THEHE 13 AN "UNSEEN
"t PLUS A 4-UNIT FURNISHED APT. '1h erefore, acquaint yourself ....
i )who departed this life June 12, with the 'one who U an "'

1958. HOUSE IN TC,*.. 'uGr \TION \ authority. Whose private
| May.she rest in (peace and may '
consultation will evolve \
1 you t
On light Christ's perpetual solid shine rook upon she stands her. 'Close to N.W. 7th Ave. / to a higher state of mind. t. t

:All other ground is sinking sand.'
Sadly missed by: All Information is
In Edison Center Area '
Harriett, Alice, Hazel, Helen Strictly ConfidentialOffice '
and Elizabeth, daughters s
Samuel, David, Leonard and o 'Hoars 0 a.m.-8 p.m.
: William, sons
Sundayt 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. .. .F
OWNER-FR 3.3654 '
Don't \Vrite-Cali in Person
Do Yourself A Big Favor t

.'. 116 W. Flagler Street 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE _

Your Vote is Needed .... .. COMPANY MADAM HUNTER

to fight;the forces that seek I .. J _
; ,1208 Ainsley! Bldg. 1657 N.W. 7rd '
: \I I'tofJcWp, you a Second Class :St/ .Miami' -

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" To be Ordained

\ SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1959 PAGE 13 i1 oR

Opens at LibCity Drive-in Sunday

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JOB' For Rent la J c
The Greater Miami Urban .
.,, ,
League announces job opportunities NICE ROOM In private> home -:' tM

for the following positlns: For nice lady or man. 5710 NW Addressgraph Operator I, Pri- 19th ave., phone NE 4-8495. '".
son Guard, Life Guard, Recreation a
Supervisor, 'Medical Steno, NEATLY FURNISHED, eflicien-:
Key Punch Operator I, (trainee), cy. As low as $16. Also rooms for .
Key Punch Operator. Firefighter, j single men: 520 NW 7th st., phone
Automotive. Mechanic, Police Officer FR 4-2213. :i .

Clerk I, Cleric: Stenographer I ____.. __ - -
T, Clerk Carrier. ROOM. 2114 NW 56th st. phone OTIS MUNDY
for detail infomation regarding NE 52852.,
the above jobs contact H. Allen I The pastor, officers and mem-
I ,
V7h dtley of the Urban League. \",. . 1:>ers of Zion Hope/ Baptist Church
located at 395 NW 1st street or - 5900 NW 17th ave., Liberty Cityire

call! FR 16476.SERVICES., Yes For'Rent extending an open Invitation
witness the oriination
I.0 the public to -
RENDERED"Building FURNISHEDEFFICIENCY An angtrvJ/OM Drw Borrymor*go-to protect Ma wife Julte 4 of Bro. Otis Mundy.
APTS. London, a lawyer /OHMS Edward* brings a sensational court j Ceremonies 'will be held June 16
Plans"Architectural trial to a drantatia euhian hv her ..>.. Tn acme'isWf at 7:30 in the evening. Your
plans by a competent 16.00 Per Week /ran+MGJI'.pl.Rp4af JIlIn. nt f the Quart Uoon. presence is solicited to help make
artist at a reasonable price Rev. C. W.
I this an eventful night
I ..
Pall", Tnnnte Collins. TIT 7-692fl.. -I"reeial- Scott is pastor..

julyl1: 0 Free Electricity ...............................................

Yes WaterS For The Highest in
Help Wanted Build up your. social' prestige.
Free Stove
For the best in Beach jobs see PHOTOSWe COSMETICSCall Learn to dance at
Free Refrigerator
Mrs. Mac. We are (Placing cook, YUkon 3.5681 Don Strachan's Dance Studio
housekeepers, maids and'child- decorated attractive have the Cap & Gown
care women in year around po- Newly "SANDS" 7168 NW. 16th Ave PL 78766

sitions-salaries to $50.00. furniture Kindergarten and Also .................<..>........>....>.......<*-
Hostesses, we are paying $2.0( High School Miami Times Newspaper
transportation on any live-in girl 4190 N.W. 32nd Ave. Your Vote is Needed
we 'pla Come early in a.m. ond Key Ring photos In color

brine clothes.ARELIABLE. 3 for $2.50
SERVICE Johnson of Miami
432 Espanola Way, Miami Beac LUCKY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN
DRAMATIC NEWS 409 N.W. 17th St.

7-6926, regarding designing;, Harold Winston 901 N.W. 79th St. PL 4.3713

house .plans, supervision. jun 13 (Broadway ,Director: i ) ,, No. 26 Bus to 79th Street

Wants to Discover
DOMESTIC HELP, day worker,
700. Also. office help. Appl; the object of your visit without asking questions. All who
Aloha and AAA Employment YOU are dissatisfied with life should SEE PROF. BARRIE.One .

Agencies, 423 NE '1st ave.. Phon visit le all that Is necessary, to gain results If you arcrossed .
FR 3- 813 or.FR 1-4446. junli, Act Now! Register,June 13 sick, worried, unhappy and surrounded with evl"
Minimum class of :20. needed
has endowed this gifted ,Reader
Master Experience
on S.E. 2nd Ct. East of ,SEt Is\\ 25 years of
knowledge of the occult science that Is seldom
Terr Terns. Call Miami FRank with a superior
tin 7-4812 todRefrigerators equalled and never excelled, Very few Psychics, no matter how

YMCA Building WITH j high their standing, really understand this secret magnetlo
$iO to $49. Gas
N.W. 15th Avenue
table $5.! power.
range $10. Drop .
Double springs and mattresses $1 OX 6-0231
up. Elec. water heaters $5 up. 75 And NOTICE-Beware of Inferior readers who acknowledge PROP.
!t. of wire fence, gate and ,post BARRIE Is their' superior by copying my signs and advertise
$10. Moving Sunday 6723 NW 14680 Bethune Drive rep ments. There Is only one PROF. BARRIE.

5th place. Phone PL 95181. (Tots Town) COMMUNITY DRUGS This Ad and $3.00 Entitle you to complete reading
LOT with unfurnished commercial Richmond Heights
building on Pembroke Road< I .1 6750 N.W. lath AYSJ.
in Carver Ranches. $5,000. Cal
OX 1-9855,'Al Robinson. Jun2

ROOMING beauty salon HOUSE.with separate Suitable living for RUPTURED / Different! Just Arrived! And New

quarters on busy 62nd st. 117 FREE from TRUSS SLA WilY. New Non'Surgical, '
NW 82nd st. indW0141Eii1 You can be BELLE
PalnleM, Office Treatment. LOW COST. NO LOST TtMK. LE
..:"Sbw'easy- ready-cu '

wrap.4, round aprons,home. Ear Pile Rectal Diseases DR. LONG'S CLINIC ,FROM WASHINGTON, D.C.

$26.16 $dozen Spare time. writ I e A General Health fterrtce SPIRITUAL MEDIUM and PSYCHIC READERWILL
Accurate Freeport, New
York. Reducing 21 8.W. 18th Ave. VII 82748' TELL YOU EVERYTHING YOU WISH TO 'KNOW wth| *

,. 1 I- A guide to success In pit affairs of,
: ---- -J--- out asking. any questions
LOT 50, x 150 West Hollywood, life such as love' ''marriage, health, business, lest or stolen
Carver Ranches. Call.OX 1-7784. {will marry, reunites the
Ind NOW r articles. Tells you whom and :when you

IpY: t3(SBCRETLAST parted, caueee speedy and happy marriages. ,Is

FOR RENT AT the one you 'love held, from you by .another l
restore this person's affections to
MODERN 2-bedroom apt.stove,
refrigerator and water, quiet 04 youl
Inquire 844 NW 70th St., apt. 5. They be sold can- Are you pulled back by evil forces She can

i q, xti f yes these #tt tell you from what dlr.cton I It le coming.
FURNISHED one room efficiency M two. max* Don't be handicapped all your life by someone
apartment. All modern conven. lag books. else's evil work against' you. Come to LeBELLE '
lences. Located near two bus The titles t- of trouble In
j to locate the source your
today.. She (guarantees
Phone only partially -
lines. 3(268( NW 46th
OX 1-3523. .. % ex. I [GODFREYPENCER one vlilt Power Is might! The strongest power conquers
plain theircontents. : Let LeBELLE demonstrate this fact.
... .
But the titIcs rAA-A-A-A and hear are bound to believe I
water free. $16.50 week. 2260 NW62nd alone What you see you
st, phone NE 32104. can not begin I --.. ru'iPl' Confidential 'Resdlngs' Dally and Sunday-Closed Wednesday
to re- Hours 7 *-m. to '7 (p.m.. Take bu... 'No. 3, '11, 14, 15 directly' to
We have a choice 2-bedrooir veal to you Get off at at '16th Ave. and ,Plagler' St at
? these Plagler' St. and 2, 17.
and refrigerator win. Yes, between
Apartment with stove be able to
not SIGN
facts of why you may theirrnumbirs. and look for BLUE BELL and HAND
at 2945 NW 46th st. Bus the learn the secret of how the astrologists get Howard Johnson's
No. 24 passes door. FR 9-3576. pages You may find out for the first time why you haw THE ADDRESS . .
speculation on stocks and boa s.. Cuban ALL ARE WELCOME. REMEMBER
TWO BEDROOM duplex, each failed to catch anything by These books tell you what to do to.
numerology! Fla.
of Miami
and other forms be without W. Flagler Street ,
$17.50 per week 2149 2151 NW the winning track oftcnf You can not afford to I 1651
4.2448 or HI get on of only $5.00 for both. This maybe June20
55th st. Phcne HJ books for the very low price
these bills and money
60173. J. A. Summons. chance to make a killing and say goodbye to .. '
worries your( forever. Tell your friends only after you are on a better:'.rod . .. '. .- .,...... .
NICE Uberlroom apt. FurnishedAlso to success. Be the first. Order yours today. -

Single nice or double.large room 643 NW furnished 22nd Send to JAMAICA CANDLE SHOP 6664. N.W. 16th Avs. Our Classified Columns Get Fast Result

st Phcne FR 99858. Private Miami 47. Florida' ,
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I . : : . ..: .:.7.;'; : : Rev. James E. Drown pastor Sunday, June 14, 11 ajn.
Dro. Vandell Dovan, reporter the Rev. Clifton G. Hdfman of
rTHE Atlanta will "be guest speaker at
Last Sunday we were 'happy the First Unitarian Church, Dix

Indeed to have the (pleasure of ie Highway at S.W. 29th Road.
honoring live of the 379 studentsof His sermon subject will be "A
the graduation class of North- Time for Convenience> ?"
western high school in our ser Rev. Hoffman, regional directorof
vices. We would also like to offer the Thomas Jefferson Unitarian
congratulations to Missels Annie Council, Is assisting the
White, Melba Outler, Teresa church in a self-evaluation survey.
White, Darnell Meadows and He received his A. B. from
.. Bennie Hadley along ,with the sen the University of Michigan and
of the pastor, James Brown, upon his B.D. from: the Divinity Schoolof
GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. their graduation and to the the University of Chicago, has
principal, members of the faculty served as Dean of Students, director -
I MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAG'E James E. Culmer, pastor and student body, our most esteemed I of youth education, for the
Eddie Edwards, clerk congratulations and American Unitarian. Association,,
14 SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1959 Sunday School............... 9:30: ajn preciation goes out to ap-I and as minister of the Unitarian
Morning worship .... ........ 11OC job well done. you Memorial Church of Falrhaven,
Westminster Fellowship .... 6 pjn Sunday coming we are expecting Mass., assuming the position of
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYA TRINITY WESLEYAN another great day in the regional director in 1956. -
EBENEZER METHODISTRev. The Jefferson Club will meet
fellowship tea, sponsored by Rev. George E. Johnson, pastor field of Christianity. Of course
June 14 8:15p.m..- at
Sunday :
the Baha'i Assembly of Miami, Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter Aaron D. Hall, pastor our pastor or his appointee will be \
will be held at the JESCA ad- Sunday School ..........,......... 9 aja Ernestine L. Hambrick, reporter in charge of the services. The the home of Mrs. Evelyn Ross,
ministration building, 1133 NW Morning worship .................... 11OC: I public is' invited.SALTER'S. 2321 Tiger Tail Court, Coconut
Services were high in spirit on Grove to. discuss "In flation and,
66th st., June 14, Sunday at, 4 Young People's Meeting 5 p.m "
last Sunday, and Rev. Hall was its outlook.
pm. Mrs. Allene Guinyard, librarian ANTIOCH BAPTIST at his best as he delivered two CHAPEL I On Friday, June 19, 6 pjn.;?
the the Holmes Elemen- Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor
very touching sermons. Community Group No. 1 will
tary School, ,will speak on "Fel" Rev. E. D. Richardson, pastor On this Sunday the senior Ruth Twiggs, reporterAt meet at Baker's Haulover for a
lowship is the Basis of
Harmony. Minnie T. Copeland, reporter usher board No. 2 will observe its 11 a on. the message 'was barbecue and a discussion of
Everyone is cordially invited. As anniversary at 3 .pm. Rev. E. A. livered by the Rev. Watson. The Our Year of Maturity" program.
at all Baha'i functions, no collection Sunday, June 7, the activitiesfor Shephard of Kerr Memorial pulpit 'associates were the Rev.
will be taken, and admissionis the day were full as usual Church, Perrine will deliver the A. Gallon and the Rev. C. H. Wil TEMPLE BAPTISTThe
free. beginning with Sunday School. sermon. The public is invited as son. The Lord's Supper was administered -
The morning and evening ser an interesting program is planned. by the pastor. young people will take
MT. TABOR BAPTIST mons were delivered by the pas Class meeting will be held by Sunday, Children's Day, will be over most of the services on Sun-

Mrs. Lois Hicks, reporter tor. the senior usher board No. 1 on celebrated with the young people .day throughout the day. They
next Tuesday night. in charge all day. Come out and are completing preparation for a
NOTE: Visitors are always wel
(Let us continue in prayer for fine Children's
Mrs. Earnestine Hambrick will hear "the church of tomorrow." Day program. The
come. our shut Ins: Bro. Munn, Sis. public is invited.
present Otis James, of The message at 7 p.m. was delivered -
Order of Service manager
Livingston, Rev. Smith and Sis by the Tonight: (Friday) a dinner will
Sunday School ........................ 9:30: Bell. the Afro American Life InsuranceCo. 1' and pastor. Choir No. be given on the church ground.
Morning worship 11:00 and his staff of workers in a ushers No. 1 rendered service -
: Friends are asked to and
BTU ........................................ 5:30 : June 15, Rev. Robinson from program on Sunday night at 8:00: You all day. give a helping hand. come
Evening worship 7:30 Georgia will begin preaching for o'clock. Benefit from this occa- are always welcome.

.11IIIINIIIIIII11.1 : our revival services. We invite sion will Kemp, principal,
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER you to come and hear him. rally. hold its
graduation exercises
On Sunday June 1 from 3:30: Build up your social prestige at
N.W. 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. NEW BETHEL BAPTIST to 5:30: pm. the Youth! Fellowship Temple, Friday, June 17 at 8:00:
Learn pjm.
Phone FR 9-1424 of the church will celebrate its to dance at
MASSES Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor First musical tea in the social Don Strachan's Dance Studio

Daily ................................. 8 ajn 1571 N.W. 68th Terrace hall. Please plan to attend. 7168 NW. 16th Ave PL 7-8766
Sunday....... 7 a.m. & 8:30: ajn Mrs. Hazel Levan, reporterThe ............--....N/..........-..H NNN Your Vote is NeededSOOTIN'S
Sunday School will cele-
ST. JAMES BAPTISTBTU brate its annual Youth Day program Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor

................................ 5:30: pjn on Sunday, June 14. Our
Evening Worship ...?..1.1.. 7:30: pjn speaker for the morning !iwlll be Sunday School began at 9:4: TVFor
Visitors always welcome little Patricia McCartney. She ajm. with the superintendent in:

Sunday School........... 9:30 ajn has chosen as her subject, "The charge. The lesson was. reviewedby Reconditioned TV's From $19.95
Morning Worship .. 11:00 Creation of All Things." ohn Bullard. .
323 N.W. 14th.III. St. : ajn The pastor was in charge of the For The Finest Service on All TV Makes & Models

Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor We were honored to 'have Percy 11 a-im. service. Everyone w a i Try us You'll Like us
Sunday Services Sweeting to Join our churchon spiritually blessed. 321
N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3.1589
Sunday With the in I
Sweeting'was accepted 'pastor charge Holy
by letter. Communion was administered at More than 25 years of reliable service
TRIUMPH CHURCH the 7:30: devotional oeriod.
Sis. C. Roundtree Purchase your tickets now( for 1
Prince David Williams, secretary, t1 big straw ride. Trucks will The public is cordially invited
eave our church at 7:30: Saturday to worship with us Sunday,
There will be a spiritual reunion night, June 13. Destination, the Children Day. Come and hear our
meeting at Triumph residence of Cleolla McCartney return students and graduates. Get out of the rut! Come and see
Church, 6825 NW 20th ave., beginning 2491 NW 151st st., in Opa Locka. We are glad to have them returnto
Thursday night, June 11 Donation: Children 35 cents, us.'Our.
at 8 o'clock each night. Saturday adults 50 cents. superintendent will be
night begins at 9 o'clock; 6 ajm. leaving us as she gets married Bishop HunterWHO
Sunday. Free fish fry from 12 till COME ONE, COME ALL Sunday, 12:30: pm. in the church.
1 pjn. We are going to miss her for she
Members, how well do love
was very congenial in her work.
There will be a (great spiritual your pastor?? Now is the time to May the good Lord send showersof IS WELL
manisfestatlon. Bring the sick and show( him by voting for him to be blessings upon her and her KNOWN AS
the most popular !pastor against
get healed. Come, everybody s husband. ,
welcome. Rev. Adam Rutherford of Free .
Will Baptist. Church. ST. MATTHEW AMEZ PROF. HUNTER [ I [

TRIUMPH CHURCH Bring your family out Saturday 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. For the past 33 years as

Prince H. Mobley, pastor night to the church and 'purchase Rev Daniel Pridgen pastor .

Sin C. McKinney, reporter your there. dinners. Meet your friends Sunday School..?........... 9:45: aon
Morning Worship ,.,11/...... 11 ..m. If you are sick and

The the School usual hour.of Wisdom The subject beganat od An open invitation is extended Evening worship ............ 7:30: pan, worried or in trouble (. _ _

the lesson was, Prophet Denounces to the entire public to come and this is the place to ,, 't
worship with us. MT. HERMON A. M. E.
I\ Kings come. Don't stay in the + .
21:1-22 40. The Rev. Samuel
; memory verseand Gay, pastor
devotional reading were found MT. ZION A. M. E. Opa Locka rut. Push back the veil '

in Jeremiah 22:13: and 22:1-5: ISIS. 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. Publicity Committee of the lack of, under ': '' '
The classes took their
placeswith/ their teachers Opa Locka Sunday 'being !UToly.Commun standing and bad luck ,

Our pastor gave the closing review Rev. C. J. Jenkins, pastor ion day our services were very that seem to hold you

on the lesson. Sunday School ..11..11111..... ,,:30 oars inspiring. Our pastor preachedout in ', a
Morning worship .1.I.II./II 11 ajn of his soul. The Lord is God. your track and ad-

The topic of the YPE band was League ......I..I.I..IN.I..II.. Span Sunday, June 14 at 3 pm. will vance forward by the

"A Precious Promise." The Evening worship ?.........?... 7 pjn. be a day that the pastor and help of God.
scripture was found in I John members have looked forward to

22429. BETHANY BAPTIST for sometime. It .will be the Your
horn and day life be made
burning of the mortgage for the every can happy.
There was a very short devotional 3078 N.W. nth St. biggest! little church in town. He will show you to bypass your enemies and get the

service on Sunday night. Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor Food will Ibe served free to every things that God put in the world for you. Let the
The expression service was opened Sunday School......... 9:30 .
: a m one. Visitors and friends are in peace of God fill your soul mind and then the
by Bro. B. Ediwards and many Morning Service ........... 11 ajn vited.
that is
others followed. The "Voice of BTU .............................. 5:30: p.m Mrs. Roberta Cherry .delegate power in you will be awaken and you will be
Triumph" rendered a wonderful 1 Evening Service ....:...... 7:30 p.m 'will represent us our at the in a higher state of mind and spirit.
program and they did sing out Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30:
pjn Electoral .
of the depths of their hearts. The _College which will convene Listen to Radio Station WMIE at 1140 on
In Ft. Pierce, June 10. your
home Voice are from our college girls who on vacation.are now CORINTH BAPTIST Next Sunday evening Rev. Albert dial every Sunday at 6:45 a.m. You are invited .,

Those who didn't have the Smith will be our speakerfor to listen to the Radio Ministry of Bishop Hunter of
opportunity 1450 N.W.
69th St.
to hear them really Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor the evening. Visitors are always the 'Spiritual Temple of Zion Church located at 5417

missed a wonderful' treat. Saints t Phone NE 5-1518 vices. welcome to visit our ser Southwest 17th St., Hollywood, Fla. Donation :will

and friends let us not forget tq Services every Sunday be accepted for the continuation of this broadcast.Prof. .

attend awn quarterly conference Sunday School ............ 9:30 a.m. I
June 18-21, 1752 NW 1st court Morning Service ............ 11 a.m. Hunter's office is open daily from 10' .m. ,

Prince H. Williams officiating- -.. Evening Service ,..?... 7:30 p.m. ASTHMATICSWant to 4 p.m. from 7 p.m. |o 9 p.m. for reading and con-

sultation. Closed all day Wednesday. Prof. is licensed
'Church of TransfigurationEpiscopal simple, effective relief I
from choking racking bron by the State and County as a Reader: ,

( ) thin asthma spasm? Get genti
; 3571 .N.W. 152nd Terr. | !! Ine Dreatheasy see what yon One mile east of 7th Ave. on Highway 441 Old :
Yen. John E. Culmer IIIACIEJm! ; have been missing.. There's no Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallendale Remem-
,I: N priest In charge substitute for original Breath ber I
the address
'' 5417 S.W. 17th St. West Hollywood
Stanley Sweeting, reporter easy Inhalant and nebulizing set Florida. :
Services every Sunday Get comfort by breathing. Guar J

Morning worship .................... 9:30 A anteed.J .

Sunday School..-......-.......,. 10:30: & J DRUG DEPT. STORE 'A. ._ .. . '. ." ., ,, . i


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Incarnation sary banquet was held. The pro- ST. JAMES A.M.E. THE MIAMI TIMES -'The Peoples New.paper"
gram was as follows: The Incar-
Celebrates TenthAnniversary nation hymn No. 425, Rochelle; Rev H. McNeal Harris, pastor [SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1959 PAGE 16
Invocation and grace, the Rev. Fr. Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporterThe
Theodore R., Gibson, rector of ,
By JULIE CLARK Christ Episcopal Church; welcome usual order of services will
by Levi Johnson, president of" the be followed at St. James on Sun- vance, which will be held June FAMU.
The Church of the Incarnation! Episcopal Churchmen vocal solo day, beginning with the Sunday 21. The men of St. James have He was born in Greensboro,
celebrated its Tenth Anniversary Wilfred McKenzie; the; School at 9:30: a.m., the morn. pledged to make this the (\greatest N 1:. and received both elementary -
beginning with the following ser. I'Mrs. Levi Johnson, president of, ing worship at 11 a.m. and the event in the history of the and secondary training in'
vices and activities: June 7, Sun 'the Episcopal Churchwomen; vocal evening /worship at 7 pan. church. The speaker for this ,occasion the city school system.A .
day School at 9:30: awa.; solemn I, solo, Mrs. Elisha-. Clarke Jr.; ro' 7 pax _, ?,?. will be Prof. Walter L. cordial invitation is extended "
high mass and sermon with pro- !I introduction of speaker, by Father f4t''IIV '\ Johnson of Florida A and M to all Oct our friends, and the \.'
cession 11 ajm. At this service the Clarke; address, the Rev. Fr. University. Proto Johnson received public at large to worship with
Vicar was the celebrant and Frank I. Titus, 'rector of Holy his PhD. degree from the us. You are always welcome.
preacher, The Rev. H E. S.I l Cross Church; selection the St. University ,of Illinois, and servesas
Reeves, Deacon and Mr. Nelson Cecelia's choir. The vicar then ii head of the Agronomy Dept of Join The NAACP
Pinder, sub-deacon. Masters of presented awards to the pioneer
ceremonies were Wilfred Barry members closing, the doxology.
and Albert Butler ... Benediction by Father Titus.
The accompanist for the even-
Father darkens, anniversarytext ing was Mrs. Berthenla White. .Y { 4
-was "Upon this rock I will ci rl\.w w
Toastmaster, Charles Lockhart: : : ,
build my church and the gates of who ,did a wonderful Job. Mr. S 1.
hell shall not prevail against it.",_Lockhart__n_____ _I Is_ _an_. old friend _r\t. the ,MyS w !!;
(Incarnation and has contributed LaW __
much to the church.
1 The anniversary continues with _
: _
-the Night elf Games, Friday, June : : .
112" at the parish hall: 1700 NW
69th st. The public is invited. I'b
Admission free.

Coming Events: The Saints
Ann-Margaret Chapter of the
Episcopal Churchwomen is spon- r'
soring a pokeno party at the home .

of Mrs. Winifred M. Johnson, PROF WALTER JOHNSONWe Ism N.W. 17th AVENUE MIAMI FLORIDA a Phones OX 14111 OX 1-W,
1921 NW 59th st. on June 26 at are looking forward to the 1 10w
8:30: pin The public is invited. llth annual Men's Day obser- u4 Atkalto Ruift,Owwrt OMW Rag Uee.ted Embalmtr+riMnl Dtmtor
June 3$: Father and Mrs
Clarke's llth anniversary. The I 'I
annual baby contest at the parish
hall at 8 pjm. Matthew Temple AMEZ

rrheohurch's summer program 1628 NW. 5th Ave.
opens Monday morning at the Rev| Daniel Pridgen, pastor "COURTEOUS, EFFICIENT SERVICE"
parish hall. Mrs. Ruth Lucas, reporter With Prices to Meet The Family Requirements
We want to thank our loyal
women who prepared the dinnerour Father's, Day service will be
young waitresses and everyone -, held this Sunday, June 14 at 3:00:
'Who have helped to make ;p.m. with the Rev H. L. Smithas
.our anniversary celebration a main speaker
His climaxed thought was .success. I I, The male chorus of Mt. Carmel
"Heaven and earth shall 'pass Missionary Baptist Church and
alway) but my world shall not MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. Matthew Temple AME Zion will '
pass away. be featured in songs. As an added Y
At 5 p.m. the Episcopal Churchmen E. M. Thomas, pastor attraction, Mrs. Etta Mae Cam- a wyJ
sponsored Mrs. Berthenla Phyllis Myers reporter rpn soprano will sing two solos.
White, MJHus., from Fisk Uni- The public is invited to attend. 11iJL
versity in an organ recital. Mrs. "The Lord is my light and my !
White was confirmed on Sunday salvation; whom shall I fear? The
night. Lord is the strength of my life;
of whom shall I be afraid" services was conducted by the L
Mrs. White is recitalist. .
a great
Deacon Belin and the Deaconess ,
She schoolmate of Father We began our day with the
Clarke was and a also of John Moore, Sunday School which began at s. The music was furnishedby A Fact to Consider When Selecting a Funeral Home
the excellent director of the St.Augustine's the. usual hour with Deacon Q, the No.2 choir. Then Rev.
Mann, superintendent in charge. Stephens delivered another great
College choir. The lesson for the morning was, message for the day, "Go Ye Up MARKER FUNERAL HOME
Following Solemn Evensong, "A Prophet Denounces Corrup- Unto This. Feast" found in St
the Rt. Rev. Henry I. Louttit, tion" which was reviewed by Rev. John 78. 6701 N.W. 15th Ave. OX 1.9151 PL 7.7038
bishop of the Diocese of South Stephens.At The Lord's Supper was giveno .
Florida who was also the preacher 11 am. the devotional service those who wished to be fed.
confirmed our second class forth was conducted' by Deacon
year. He commented on the Belin. The music for the morningwas
progress the Incarnation had furnished by the No. 1 choir. .
made in its ten years and of the Then Rev. Chalk came and delivered LOTS FOR SALE ENROLL NOW IN
possibilities of the future. a great message, "Some
After Evensong, Father and thing is Wrong." The spirit was Comer 150 x 120 SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor
Mrs. Clarke were "at home" to surely felt by all present.At .
the Bishop, newly confirmed 3:00: man the BTU was held Build on your lot a Life Long Profession
members, congregation and with the director in charge. We or mine
friends.On had our testimonial: service as we Florida's Oldest, Reliable and Complete School
Monday night at the James usually do in the first Sundays. We take care of financing
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t THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper" brance will help] the days to be Board Members Beauty ,Students' to
brighter and the tasks to be
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1959 lighter. Spur Hospital DriveThe Help Hospital Drive

Students of the Sunlight Beauty
CONGRATULATIONS We drive for funds to com- School and Ceasor's School of
, t :: wish to congratulate Mrs. Corrie plete the new Christian Memorial] Cosmotolgy have organized themselves -
Mumford Hospital, located at 4700 NW
wife of physical instructor -
into teams to help the
Mumford, for her 32nd ave., got under way duringthe
drive for the new Christian Medial
Richmond Heights Flashes achievements and perserverancein past week with several of Hospital. The students are- .
pursuing her degree in spite the board members making their covering the dotwntown Miami '
y of love of home and local duties. contributions of $100. Contributions -
Oy ORA D. TALYOR We note that she will graduate totaling $1,140 were received and Liberty City areas. Please ..,
help these spirited minded
" this' summer. Congratulations and during the week of June 5, -young ,. . '
ladies in their effort to ,
L" help us"maike I
, success to you. This type of: pro- contributed by' the general pub- .
't !HOLDS GRADUATION The. The many friends of Principal gress should] Inspire others. lic.If; our .community a better j;: ', ,
I. auditorium of the Youth Center Rcbie, George of Mays High, will you have* not made your place to live.Drive Jt" ;;
was the< scene of a beautiful pro- be glad to note that he is return- JUNIORS HONORED Dur- contribution you may send or .
grow and get-to-dpether of parents Ing home this week from Jackson ing Achievement, Day at Mays bring same to 710 NW 3rd ave., Carefully
and friends to witness a Memorial Hospital where he High School pupils were honored campaign' headquarters. I
most beautiful program in a most had to go for further treatments. for having achieved high scholar-
gorgeous setting. The supervisor: He has our hopes and prayers fora ship averages during the term: ,
Mrs. Vernlce Ross, a most energetic complete recovery. Please don't; Richard Fisher, James Gibson, ['f5": n ' Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted, I
worker, Mrs. Roberta stop those cards letters and Barbara Hunter, 9th grade honor ,
J Guaranteed ...., ... $4.75
Teemer, assistant supervisor, and kindnesses to this fine person students; Barbara Brown and 111,1,11.,1.1.1. -
\ Mrs. Mary Webb, teacher; Mrs. who: has given a life of serviceto Le Miller Brown, 7th and 8th J ,,""' -1 TV' $10 Down
Louis, assistant teacher, deserve the schools of. Dade. His wife grades. Congratulation, b 111111111111111///111/1/.1..x/111111/1 --
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age., The of youngsters title of the of play pre-schooJ was Join The NAACP ,: :/ "l"f : ,, '::: 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522

The Dolls, Happy. Thoughts, The
"The Festival" which included: ..yr...--......-..--- -------.--.---......-.................... .....-...-..........-...........................................-.....- -.-.-..-...-
Reading, Mulberry Bush, Flower tIM..t'i IV: .N....*......u.., u.;t.t.t.I w ......V..........1A.....r.......V.........w........1...N.....u.....V.......J...H.....w.....w.......-...w.....1 g. .
Blue Birds, Fox Hunt, Choral LOVELYHONES l1 F
Girls and 0 Canada. It was the Fair From '
great pleasure of your scribe to tl Realty is Easy to Buy .
present diplomas' to 20 graduateswho

school will year.enter The public decorations school next and Ij,,4 VISIT OR 'CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645r{

colors were beautifully inter- 1
woven to present a thing of ,
beauty, a Joy -forever. At the nu1 ':.',
close of the ,program it was honor u1 c .. r ,, ',.i,1I1
time for citizen meritorious ''I.
a for FOR SALEIn ''. ; ,
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services. Your Scribe was '
,Jft.',tJ '"'
the recipient of this first award, ns ,: ,
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Northwest55th '
so beautifully presented by Mrs. n'P.' ,,
Mary Webb in behalf of the t!.. ', ';h;,. ,......,............' ,. ,."" 'A>, ,,+, -('It -' .
In < -
school.and The pencifset gift was and a Watermanpen a three- St. Area f.n. ',. <.. ." u.w. _,'.. tl 1W ,
A 'Io J. \
set of costume '
'< piece Jewelry. r ILJwajsi
Thanks and prayers to this .ff'.i,, .
;1is ,V". w: Mw ;r j. ",
group for remembering me on :'
this occasion and an invitation to I" Y i f '01.;
join with this happy group for ,
success of your child. Special Sb
note about the beautiful music Ine. ,
furnished by Miss Leatrice Jones, 1t 1t
a sixth grade graduate from .... p
Frank C. Martin. She ,played asa "':
professional. Low Down Payments .' !!

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Mrs. Rosebud Dickinson of Lin- tn '
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) ,A. ,Jones, pastor, and a competent .
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I convention in Hallandale with month to owner $18 week pays all. St. .r 4',
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Records All late hits. Special-3 for '$1.00 : ;

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