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Publication Date: June 20, 1959
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SOVIET PRESS 'in the infamous Tallahassee rapt. this fro\t p\g e headline? Osservatore Romano Tuesday Judge W. May Walker w a I ?j
case. No Der4en. nalty for strongly criticized: unequal jus- highly commended for his Impar- ,
GIVES''' :DECISIONBIG Almost as blatant as the In.* ." tice to Negroes In American tial handling of the explosive , '
oensedv Negro press was the Soy, The disclemency notm U r no courts. It Implied the conviction case. State Attorney Hopkins ;
PLAY1tegroes iet folop propagandists who gavea wa att&Srtred for with a recommendation for mercy did a commendable job in proae'I;
big play to the decision to.spare: Negroes guilty of_ the same crime.It might: have been different if cuting the case, but many observers "I'
all over the world and the livesrof the ,four white youths also took exception' to the fact the races (were reversed. : .believed he erred in not ;';
practically all fairmindedwhites convicted of raping the 19yearold : that -Jury'was entirely made "We are not for the death ,demanding the 'death penalty
have vociferously criticized the Florida A and M coed.' And up of whites. penalty, we are for equity the stead of merely Insinuating In'I'I
verdict of guilty "with mercy" the anti-Communist Neuer Kur. VATICAN HITS DECISION newspaper said.PROSECUTOR. the men should be sent to ;
which. the all-white jury found ler, Austria's biggest: paper, ranTEMPORA The Vatican City newspaper, GOOF8 I chair. 1 I'

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.1:366TH YEAR,NO. 43 'MIAMI, 'FLORIDA, SATURDAY JUNE 20, 1959 PRICE TEN CENTS 16 PAGES





Police Seek Holdup Killers"



A 21-man homicide detail has
y -A. w been assigned to hunting down''
the two bandits who shot and '. I ;
1 Whites Admit e .
utuR killed a 70-year-old white "grocer
R In an attempted holdup on's'.,} '
Thursday. >
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Three Negro' detectives and a
j, Attack on 21-ur. Girt special six-main armed robbery
squad have been added to the ,t
-- normal 12-man homicide detailto
I If f BENTON Two White men work on the case.

$ a were charged Wednesday with Samuel Ootzln, 70, a likeable
7 A Ar road where the alleged attack
rape of a 21-year-old Negro girl old man who moved here nine
yr Re Saturday, Prosecuting Atty. Lawson occurred.: years triO from Massachusetts,
was shot down at his store at
E. Glover said. The girl told authorities she 1501 NW 5th ave. as he walked

Glover, In fit prepared statement caught a ride to Little Rook afterwards oiway from the robbers. Cotzln
read to newsmen earlier, and notified the sher was partially deaf and it is believed -
aid Ben Sanders, 26, of Fern- iff's office. he had not heard the robbers '
dale, near Little Rock, and Bobby order to stop.TALLAHASSEE .
Burnett, 21, of Little Rock had
,
Three generations of Florida .Oeantt Greer; and '59, graduate
"Ayenlteaw re present for the William F.) Greer, Jr., who was admitted the attack.
one's graduation ,last '58-'69 student council Tallahassee Verdict
youngest: -president '", Thepair, Glover said, picked May
0' we .fr'ni JT.nn'.'' _Stat Unl"voraltjr > and(; received; the,," bachelor 'of lip the girl at her Little Rock /
and'got' together for the science degree In history are all home en the pretense of havinga
fotog. ,(t'to I ,r). father, William F. residents, of Miami.' baby-sitting job. He said they .

Gar _l 6M,. grandmother, MraDAILY Dims/ photo' drove in Burnett's car to a side Save Condemned Man .



I i COLLINS VETOES ; SELL SOUTH PLAN .. Pardon Board has held- The up action State ,. von
: the clemency appeal of a 10- ..Ji'' I
old Negro seeking to escape
'1 tear A..!..A....4..W.M.... .....t%..nlw... "UA ISM* 4...KA.... rage -AI ,
TALLAHASSEE Declaring
f an elderly White woman.
would be "a waste of the tax-
The Parole Commission I. to
: payers' money," Oov. Collins r 'Investigate the circumstances of ,
Eight IndIctedsfor vetoed a 1959 legislative bill the case and report to the par- ",' ,
Wednesday which would have don beard within five weeks.
Spent a half million dollars to r Sam Wiley Odom drew the
sell the South's philosophy of , Y death penalty about 'flue weeks
Dealing in Dope segregation to the North. Sri after the 61yearoldWoman( was
: Collins said the segregation -*: raped at Leosburg April, 1, 1008.
problem U "at best a monumental : His plea to have the, sentence
complex and difficult one. commuted to life Imprisonmentcame
:' EIht rerroa"were among the "It has been complicated by . before the board yesterday.
\ 12 persons* indicted here Thursday extremists who on the one hand An nil-White jury convictedhim
'" jA-'Culd' throw all caution to the without recommendation for i
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.by"thr federal grand jury fornarcotics' :
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wind in their haste to change the mercy after six minutes of 'Ide-
I' wlolUona. status quo and, on the other I llberatlonr ,
Ten ;separate Indictments hand, by those who would be ; Authorities said he signed a
equally Irresponsible in resisting ] confession admitting his guilt
>r. eharled.tJ1, group with buying a I"w change of any kind anywhere" 1 but he testified later he signed
and selling narcotics or with The bill was authored by Rep. | because a deputy threatened to
conspiracy 4 ]:to traffic in dope. William H. Reedy of Eustls, who chop off his head unless he did.
proposed Florida spend $500,000and
All had S een arrested previously join with four other Southern __u ___u__ ___u.__.
or placed. under bond here L states to sell the Dixie pointof .. an' Teasdale of, Scotland and
Miss Catherine Amelia Thompson Janet Anderson of ,
England
i ,during ., 'j four-month drive view throughout the North.of .
20-year-old daughter of Bahamas Airways ply lt. planes'
against hfecbln and 'marijuana Magistrate and Mrs. Maxwell bet)ween Miami and Nassau, .'
t peddlers by sty, state and fed I the Egelloc's Scholarship Thompson of Nassau, Bahamas, Turks Island, Jamaica and the
oral narcotics 'agents. 'Award. Miss Lewis is a graduate is the lone Negro 'among fire Outer Islands. of 'the Bahamas.
of Northj western High School and hostesses employed with the Ba- A recent visitor to Miami, Miss
Defendants'charged: with purchase plans to further her education at hama Airways. The first and only Thompson visited her vacationing .-
r and sale of heroin or conspiracy Clark College or'Florida A and M Negro to serve In this capacity, mother, presently a patient at l;
.. to traffic in the drug wereLcRoy University where she will seek a the pretty and shapely young St. Francis Hospital, Miami i
Miss Is ccmpletlnz six months of Beach.
(Roy) Washington Marie degree In elementary education \
alias Smith LeRoy The annual Egelloc's scholar- service with Bahama Airways. Miss Thompson is the youngest
( Molly) Celley -
Bro t 1ng, Julian Wade, 1 ship award Is one of the many Three of the, five employed by of five children, a graduate of I
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Johnnie -Marshall.. Walter A. - "> activities sponsored by the the company are Bahamians. Xavier College of Nassau, a
Simmons, Jufrnita McLendon, aDd Miss Grace E. Lewis, daughterof Bjelloc's social club and is givento Besides Miss Thompson there member of St. Francis Catholic ,
Willie Mae JToyd. Mr. and Mrs. Prince Carter, I a needy and deserving studentof are two white Nauauvians. Completing Church, and a 'popular memberof
. 1052 NW 63rd st. is the winner the graduating classes. the list are Misses Marl- Nassau's younger social set
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NEGRO dents since! .the integration." integration can work here. PUBLINX DISPUTE/ entry' in. the qualifying round at
; This' statement was made this Until more than a year ago The Publinx sectional qualify Jacksonville because it is being 1
PLAY BOOSTS week by Woody Laughlnghouse, Negroes were permitted to play utz round yawntth at held on the private Ponce de
manager of the municipally golf only Mondays.. Very sel- Miami Springs Leon course at St. Augustine.This j
TAKE owned Miami Spring Golf Course. dom more than SO or 60 Negro ened by local director Jim Martin resulted ,from Jacksonville's ,
golfers played and no whites. because the U. 8. Golf Association municipal courses being closed :
! "Since Negroes have been permitted Segregationists and the City of Since the course has been integrated insisted that four Jack during an integration dispute. :
,. to plafdafly our revenue Miami officials who lost a U. S. an average of SO Negroes sonville Negroes be permitted to No problem existed in Miami
Supreme Court suit to five local cam ete. because no Negroe entered, although .
has ,J increased''almost. ,$30.000 a Negroes more than a year ago 'play dally with a heavier 'concentration The four Negroes complainedto they were officially per
":- j ... :rear. rTbar\ I4Te ., 'l a 1ndfY' r)fcayebe *jfowed! to admit stet{ on the weekends. the USOA they were refused -'"-" by P0A. ? _, h
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Beauty Students Help in Hospital Drive THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People. Newspaper"PAGE

I 2' SATURDAY, JUNE 20, |I959
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4''V ',. Open All SummerI I'NAACP Meet Ii


The. Miami Museum of Science!I Mrs. I., M.,Wright of the Liberty :
Y and Natural History, formerly City branch NAACP has com-
4 the Junior Museum of Miami, pleted her quota of obtaining 75 tt
: ., 1737 North Bayshore Drive, announces memberships and has won an''
its summer schedule. expense paid trip to the nations: '(;
The museum will remain open ccnvention in New York City \

t throughout the summer. ,A

The hours are: 9 am. to 5 pjm. 1
Monday thru Saturday, and 2:00: Dream Dreams '
pan. to 5 p.m. Sunday. Closed on \
Tuesday. asd. See,.Visions ,
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Public (planetarium shows will
be given Wednesday, Saturdaysand .
Sundays.

Free movies will be ahcI Nn v
every Saturday at 11 aJm. and
'2:30: p.m. and on Sundays at 3.30:

'P.an. .

Every Monday evening at Span
the Observatory will'be opento
the general public. Large tele-
scopes will be available for viewing
the moon, planets and stars.
? r sxr There is no charge for the
museum planetarium, movies or
.. the tele:copes. They are all free,.
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r and everyone is cordially invited.
Get acquainted with your mu- with this so-called Great 'Mystery
seum and use it often, Seal. Only $2.00. Money back

..-A J guaranteed. Send to:

The student of Ceasors Schoolof and aid for the
healthy as an completed. surer; Mrs. Margaret Newbold, JAMAICA CANDLE SHOP
Cosmetology and the Sunlight already lck land shut-In Remember this Is your com
School of Beauty, took time out A campaign Is now In pro. munity?" your cooperation and FranklIn parliamentarian, chaplain.Advertise; Mrs.. Mary 6664 N.W. 15th Ave*
I from their study of how to helpus grew to raise $120,000 for equip. support Is needed to make It a
keep and stay beautiful, to ment and, furniture for the $300,. better community In which to Miami 47,. ..Florida.DRIVER'S .
help In the drive for keeping us 000 building, that Is now beingNHS live. It Pays! I

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SHOULD VETO Win Bunche Park Parent Veterans No Down PaymentLOW
SEGREGATIONLEGISLATION Teacher Association entertainedthe
ScholarshipsTwentythree (members of the sixth grade
class at an elaborate luncheon at CLOSING COSTS
members of) our the 'Bunche Park School Cafe-
TAMPA Calling the recent Northwestern Senior High band torlum on Thursday, May 28. .
legislative attempts to pass seg- received consideration for lull Mrs. Margaret NeWbold, the Im-
regation bills, an "effort to bring scholarships to matriculate at mediate past president would like FHA Terms Available
shame to the State of Florida," Virginia State College, Petersburg to thank the entire body for
the Rev. A. Leon Lowry, presi- Va. These scholarshipswere their splendid cooperation at this
dent of the Florida State Con. awarded as' results of a recent affair.
ference of NAACP branches, visit by the head of the $300 Down
called on Gov LdRtoy Collins to music department, Dr. F. Na- Howard Coachman, the newly
"exercise the power of veto that thaniel Gatlin, who served as elected 'president, Mrs. Deloris
is his as governor" to veto every clinician for our Dade County Covin and Mrs. Margaret New.
bill ,passed by the legislature and Music Festival. Each scholarship bold are the delegates to attend Plus. Low. Closing Costs
Which called for the preservation was given on the basis of the the National Congress Parent
of segregation.In recommendation of David W.: Teacher Congress at Daytona Move in when qualified
Paschal, Northwestern's Band' Beach, in July.
a telegram to the Governor director. I' (Mr. Vernon Miller, Cub Scout
Rev. Lowry called his attention Troop Leader presented Mr.
Scholarships were given to the
to the defeat of the Vir- following seniors: Harold Mitchell, Wilbur King Models Ready For InspectionOPEN
ginia Massive
Reslstence
Plan by and Leo Thompkins certificates
Percussion: Curtis Brojwn, Har-
the Federal Courts." "In this enlightened vey Frazier, Alkay Conley, Rob- and badges of merit for partici- ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
age, he said, "it is pating in a Cub Scout Training
ert Hines, Ben Moseley, ?,
tokening to realize that men Course. They are the first Negro
Flute: Rosa Ross, Carolyn
would bring shame to the Good Smith. men in this area to' be presentedwith .
State of Florida just to .
satisfy such atwards.
their petty hates." \Bass: Willie Golatt.

Trumpet: Gloria Mays, Horace Officers for the ensuing term
iHe urged all of the branches, Ross, John P. Williams. are as follows: RICHMOND HEIGHTS, Inc.
organizations and other
groupsto Trombone: Sylvester Murray. Howard
I Coachman, 'president,
also' wire or 'Write the I
nor to veto "these unchristianliko gover. Clarinet: Ernestine Saunders, Archie McKay, first vice presi 14520 LINCOLN BLVD.
". Yvonne Scott, Dianne Robinson' dent; Mrs. Bernice Dorsett, second
measures. Eugene Wilson, Samuel Gay, vice president; Mrs. Mary '
Barbara Shepard, Alice Thorpe, Fuscell recording secretary; Mrs. RICHMOND HEIGHTS"PHONE
\ Willie Washington, Barbara WIl- Gussie Ervin, assistant record-
Register Today! liams. 'Ing secretary; Mrs. Ella' CE 5-6262
I French Horn: Alfred Smith. Wyche. financial secretary;
Your Vote is Needed Brazell.Saxophone and Oboe: Alvin Cleo Braxton, corresponding M'j
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at S pmt and there will be now THE MIAMI'TIMES-"The People1 flew.paper" '
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SATURDAY, JUNE 20, .1959 PAGE 3
LAST F NIGHT I decided .

i1 i1i to ride around with one of .
our police officers just to sea Magnolia Hospital Robert Drayton, Mrs. Annie
I what they were doing . and Lowry, surgery. Progress Is sat-
believe you me, they were busyas News isfactory.
; liiiV a cne-leg buck dancer. Nat- ffihe Story hovered low over I With the expansion of Magnolia -
urally there were the Friday Magnolia during the past week. Hospital, special considerationis
night drunks'. assault and battery Baby boys were born to the being given the maternity sec-
cases, which I won't .go into detail Hezekiah McClovers, Mrs. Juan- tion with increased delivery room
about (read Elliott Pieze's ita Bryant and Mrs. Essie Mae facilities and a completely mod-
column of Good Morning Judge) Jones. Baby girls were born to ern nursery.
(
I However, one Incident !where a Mrs. TheLma Summers, the James "We fully realize the rapid'
woman was getting ready to Shropklns, Mrs. Ossie Mae Rolle. growth of the area and with that
Jump out of window attracted by growth comes the necessity of
I attention. Her reason was that Four children of the Fred Halls larger and better equipped ma-
II Ir r common-law husband said he were admitted: Louis, Larry, ternity sections of a hospital and
I, would kick the door down if shedidn't Timothy and Carolyn Hall. AU we are planning to (provide the
f let him in. He claimed are doing nicely. area with the finest (facilities
fJ that it 'was his room she was Other patients this !week Include available," said the directors of
staying in and she had to
J go. Charles Bush, surgery; Magnolia.
She claimed that she had paid _.
! the rent and was not going to ----

move and he could go back
, across the street and stay with THEt CE
? the broad he had been staying .
I r ...JRecelves Five Year Pin FromSear vice pin by 'the (maintenance wdth. Results: The 'officer told
t At left Is Austin Fow supervisor,, Mile Jennings. Mr. the man not to cause a distur- STACKS UPthere's
.; ler, an employee of Saa..Roe.buck > Jennings congratulates Mr. Fowler bance or he would have to arrest
and Co., Coral Gables' store upon his five years of fine both of them. The woman won .
being presented his five year ser service at Sears. the room for the night, and the
fellow had to wait for the land no Gin likeGORDON'S .

\ lady to put the chick out Hohum.
.. NNM.NNN.N.MNWMMNNN.N.N.NN.N.NNNNN.N.NNN. This is Just one of the many
things that happened that only
need a soft voiced officer at the
i Around Miami . we need more policemen
because there. is so much ground
tq cover and when a policemangets
! By DAVE (Mr. twlng) BONDUNNMMM.NMN.M.NN.MMNMMMN.M Occonut Grove for his assignment -
he wished he had call-
L .. ed in "sick." It makes no dif-
ference what area is patrolled,
I'M WRITING THIS on the I cause it's all hell on the week-
Sabbath Day, Sunday, June 14, I ends, especially with small
and while sitting around the grieviences such as this one. Next
house reading the paper, I came
LAST WEEKEND the Jim Jam time you see a policeman, be
across the story of the 15 whites glad not in shoes. If
club seemed like Ole times. A you are hjs
and 15 Negroes sitting at the W.
we had them however
packed house and everybody hada more of ,
T. Grant counter trying to get
we would have .better protectionin
swinging time. The show was ,
service.
Madame the residential sections. They
E fie
excellent starring
(Let's face this squarely: Firstwe
Throckbottcmgiving her best do not have the time to patrol
have an integrated .golf course
the quiet residential sections be-
(performance anywhere and
prov-
where Whites and Negroes play
cause of incidents like these.
without doubt that
matter
ing a no
drink of
together; out the same tIu
water fountain the iwhere the lovable Chickle of ,
; use same rest Speaking policemen Sgt.
and Home Is, the crowd follows. Also, Nash has
of
rooms, get along beautifullyOur one the most beau-
buses you will .find Zany Flip Wilson tiful laundromats
are integrated even in all Dade .
tho' we still ride in the back as there as your host. Yep, it's Jim County at 19th st. and 6th ave. i is
if we didn't know' . many Negroes Jam time again. He is the only Negro, that we s
visit White friends and knqw of, who owns such a bus-
have dinner with them in their WHILE I'M ON Night Clubs, iness. As for me, I's as proud as
homes, and vice versa; the nightclUbs I'd like to say that I heard the a peacock that Sgt. Nash has such
and hotels are open for Jazz pianist, Kenny Drew at the a fine, business going. Why don'tyou
both races (a good percentage of Sir John Lounge. Just as soon as stop by and see for yourself
them) and dinner. is served as you hear him, ycu'll think of .
well as drinks on the bars to Art Tatum, Oscar Peterson, Bud DAVE MARKS gave the off).
White and Powell or even Billy Taylor. If dais 'of
Negro patrons. White the NAACP his resignation -
and Negro musicians gig together you dig rood jazz go and listento as executive secretary of the
and his includ-
around town, and I could go Kenny group, Miami Branch, and it was ac-
on, but why? ing Bill Peoples on drums and cepted. We are sorry that Mr.
Now, I do not believe that allowing Richard Johnson on bass. Marks isn't going to be with the
Negroes to eat at a lunch NAACP for he has always beena
counter at W. T. Grant or any SAY, I'VE GOT an electric very conclenttous worker. I s
other public place will stop their range that U a honey and it> have no idea who will take his

making money.. No one is ,going Just like new. Y'all know Maymo place, but whoever accepts the ,,'yp ( I fih lhw
to boycott a store because of this can't cook, so it has hardly been position will find that the job "" t 7m itii yl ,! 'Et psi Ill ; .i ,
service to another human being. used. Call OX 1-0421 and leave was net easy. Dave has done a
If they do, it will be such a minority your name and phone number. wonderful job of fund raisingand
that it will never be felt I'm almost giving it away. managing and we whole-
in a monetary manner. heartedly thank him for his ef-

SATURDAY, JULY 4 the Y's forts. The question in my mindis
managers The sooner realize these that owners Negroesare and Men's Club' will present another "will the next executive secretary .M* mm m MUO .m ML M .INr.... m m IBUHL 11
do as much for the
carnival at the Carver Y, The
not a disease, but human beings r-
last one was so successful and so NAACP? We will see!
as any other people that
things can be done for our
God many
life the better this
gave city
of Miami would be financially youngsters with the proceeds THAT WRAPS It up for this Will Also Build on Your Lot
from these affairs, so come out week. Till then, live life, every
the morally time and for every spiritually.Negro Thisis in to the Carnival July 4. It starts golden minute of it. Peace. Modern Homes of Tomorrow

Dade County 120,000 strong-

to prove that Negroes are people NEW CBS
and the millions of dollars that
we spend, annually in Miami are

appreciated come from and the that same these mint dollars TV REPAIRS 2 & 3 Bedroom HomesIN

that those that are spent by oth-
er races of peoples

It Is. time we do something 9 A.m. to 9 p.m.-Sunday 10 to 3 WASHINGTON PARK

about the public places that prac- (NORTH MIAMI BEACH)

tice segregation without DRIVE-IN SERVICE
spending power, many of them Buy 'Direct Prom Builder
will suffer money-wise, and this .
is our opportunity to let them. .
know that because a Negro sits GUARANTEED NO DOWN PAYMENTJust
ALL WORK
at a counter to get something to
eat or drink, he will not contalnInate Cost
Closing )
the plate or glass from Pick-up and Delivery-No Charge (
which he is eating or drinkingnor '
will he contaminate the per- Only Qualified Need Apply

so next to him. This is also the
time to express my thanks for '' SEE THEM AT
your wonderful support in our iE IU Pa0 0 4'

last two "trouble spots" in getting 6 T1:CO/rR V 1529 N.E. 154th St.
signs moved from some of the
major stores and facilities for tust'RADIOSy
trying on clothes in the big department '
Z NOME t

remember,stores"A Group downtown.of Ants Just a *f t 4 AUTO . 149:1.: .151St Ter.

Working Together Can Move 'T.Vi '
Something Ten Times The Size
OPEN FOR INSPECTION
' of One Ant."
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I FOR 'NFORMATIONRELIABLE
PRETTY GIRL of the Week:
7 Miss Maureen Andrews (skipper

l of Dr. Murrell's office.) . Po- American Ph.no TV Corp. BUILDERS
I liceman of the Week: Waite
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Davis . Teacher of the Week:
: John Anderson . Swinging
Show of the Week Cbickie 2243 N.W. 62nd Street NE 5-7225 WI 7-5756 or NE '36137I
j Home at the Jim Jam Club . .
, Jazziest Spot of the Week: Sir

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4 SATURDAY-,,- JUNE. '20; ,, 1959 government. as reported. Commissioners discussed a I Build up your social prestige
On Monday the City Learn to dance at
firefighting
includes streets, sewers,
that
$25,000,000 program Don Strachan's Dance Studio
mv
facilities, new bridge over the Miami river at
:22nd avenue etc. The program is to be listed on the ballot 7168 NW. 16th Ave PL 7.8166N.NM.MMMMNN.NNNN.NN..N.N

of the? city'election 'in" ovember. '

However on Tuesday the Metro Commissioners M .
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-- - agreed to support a.plan, by City Commissioner Otis Gray Hair Wanted!

Shiver that would transferee"' city's responsibilities to the Man or Woman j
Office at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami, Florida-Phone' FRy 3.2238 . ,NOW YOU CAN LOOK ,1
Plant at 740 N.W.' 15th Avenue-Phone ox' 1.0.4'21 Is etro government.
--- The City Commissioners have not as yet agreed to the I 20 YEARS YOUNGER !
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: : with science's newest discovery I
Shiver but the concensus of opinion is that the plan
plan,
ONE YEAR 4.50 SIX MONTHS 2.75 THREE MONTHS $1.70H. Auntie-Gray Pomade
will be favorably considered by the majority. i

GARTH. E. SIGISMUND,C. REEVES, REEVES Managing, Editor Editor, .__ ................... ................P"o ..-.. ...... ,- ..... Say new goodbye pomade to GRAY discovery.\HAIR Apply with 1 I''

Imply .as you would your reg.
JUST ular halrdresslng. Imparts nat.
BROWSN'PAUL /
1959 ,LEGISLATURE -HISTORY ural.looking color leave hair
The 1959 session of the Florida Legislature is now beautifully soft .nd lustrous.Won't .
rub off, wash out. Non
history. Segregation in public schools was a big if not the -- .- R HENRY -- staining, non-greasy. Color-Tone

biggest issue before this body. There :were bills and more _-.__..--....................___ .......__ P"o _ ......... __.....4.----- Pomade conditions and grooms
bills all designed to maintain segregation, or to close the hair. No other hair dressing tieed.
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Noo- .I' "7
Federal Judge Gregory
't-"Y $2.00 (tax Included
ed. Send only
schools. When the argumentative storm ceased, the decision -
nan c for full iVz or. fauar-
- was to leave Florida's public schools open. There ber 5 as the date for hearing Home and Income anteed.) Introductory offer for
were some changes for the strengthening of present seg- charges of income tax. evasion limited time.- No C.O.D.'s please.

regation laws, but to say the J least, our legislators acted against Rep Clayton Powell oi Near .58th ,Street HAIRSHEEN OF MIAMI

wisely in not closing our public schools. N1 N Yortc. City. $995 Cash Suite 8, 8163 ME 2nd Ave. '

Integration in Florida has met and is :still meeting Stevenson At Nassau, militant Bahamas editor, of Cyril the Furnished 2-bedroom apartment, ..............Miami..........38...,..Fla.....-.............
strong opposition, but a wee bit of progress has been
bal
In
rear. $8,500
plus cottage
made., Nassau Herald and a member oi
the House of Assembly, is reported -
At the University of Florida in Gainesville by orderof to be on the spot. Three ance.Gold SpecialRichmond .,,
the United States District Court, two Negroes were ad- shots were fired into his office, Coast Realty Heights

mitted and six, others....have been qualified for the sum- but at the time Stevenson was 4301 N.W. 2nd Ave. Remodelled house for sale, 2-
mer session. Four .of these will attend two summer institutes ing.on the Stevenson upper floor was of responsiblefor the build- i I PL 1-2426 bedroom. Let 75x100, tiled roof,

at the expense of the National Science Founda- . the decision to open the case'of I I landscaped yard. Full price
tion, a Federal Government, Agency. the murder of Sir Harry i I II I $8,200$67 ; $550 month.dorjvn. Approximately
Oakes. per
Students attending are: Vera Mae Alexander of Red- i

dickMayfield; McGhee Gainesville ; Ella M. Mimms, This week Nassau's House of: June Sale! SpecialBeautiful

and Daphne .Duval.of Tampa .and Julia Crosby of Gaines Assembly voted 90,000 pounds to corner, 3-bedroom,
ville. maintain the Royal Worcester EXTRA PANTS WITH awning, fence, tile t perch, beau-
Regiment for a longer period.
The Colonial Government had YOUR SUIT, ONLY tifully landscaped. Owner wants
Governor LeRoy Collins has vetoed the bill that asked for 40,000 pounds. This equity. You take 'on from there;

would make an appropriation of $500,000 to advertise by regiment was brought from Ja-I $3.95Luckie' $63. per month. See to appreciateit.

radio TV and the Negroes made maica during the strike in
newspapers progress
uary, 1958. Tailor! Shop
undersegregation, Thegovernor is right.; This money is a Ora D. Taylor

a total waste. and,could bemused to much. better advantage. Gov. LeRoy Collins has appointed -I 6510 N.W. 18th Ave. 14601 Lincoln BoulevardCE
V J if VH J> '
Atty. George T. Clark of Phone OX 1.1262 5-4246
Miami as the third judge of the
MERCY? Circuit Court.In .

Last week national ,and International eyes were focused -
Florida City, that's adjoin-
Tallahassee state capital.
'
upon our ing Homestead, in case some of ...
In that city where dastardly crime of rape was our readers do not know, 30 or CHEERING IS NOT ENOUGH
committed upon a Florida A'and University' coed some more buildings were ordered demolished

'weeks l ago, by four white young men, the 'case was heard on Tuesday. The build-

by 'a jury ,of 12 white men. ,J..before, Circuit" Judge W. M. sanitary ing inspector facilities said and they they have are no JOIN 1.: NAACP '

Walker. structually weak.Automobiles .
The jurymen returned a verdict of guilty, with a recommendation -
will not be on
for mercy. sale in Miami
on Sundays. In
The trial was fair, and the'judge, presided impartially. t- fact, nofA'here in the state will Help make the Golden. Anniversary year c
you be able to buy one legally.
1959 real Jubilee
a with 500,000 member.
This week Gcv. Collins
The verdict ,without a recommendation for mercy, signed:
in chair. The into law the banning of selling $2.00 to 50000. Through Local Branci.r &.
according to the law, meant death the jury autos on Sundays. up your

knew that, but they recommended mercy,and so it stands. direst t.
Had the case been in reverse, the verdict would have At the Miami Beach Exhibition
Hall on Wednesday night Luis NATIONAL ASSOCIATION' fOR THE ADVANCEMENT Of COLORED PEOPLE
been different. Rodriguez won a unanimous de- 20 West 40th Shot - New York II, N.T.
Two weeks will elapse before 'the next step is taken. cision over Virgil Aikens. On-

The public is waiting with interest to hear the sentence lookers were surprised at the way
the Cuban handled Akins who
pronounced upon these rapists. not so long ago: was the welter- I' '
It is to the credit 'of Florida. that this case was han- ,weight champion. Akins might I
dled so ably by Judge Walker and State Atty. Hopkins. get another shot at Rodriguez.June MEN

Practically all Negroes and many whites were disappointed 25th-the _
set for
the, four were not sent to the electric chair. the 'WOrld's heaywefcght: : title bout. .U '
Respect for law and order:mikes better citizens. This time it's Ingemar Johanssonof : HAVE YOUR HAIR ; r;; :

Justice in our courts brings respect.for the law. Sweeden who seeks to defeatour I I f ,.n'fju/
Champion Floyd Patterson. CUT IN "
Naturally we will stand by Floyd i: I"i 'i ,
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JUDGE GIBLIN TO RESIGN Patte oCn. ..t toll' '

Circuit Judge Vincent Giblin announced his resignation Carl Erskine, AIR CONDITIONED :": ',J, '.
October 1. The judge is 61 one time ace '" '.1.
be effective
on Monday to Dodger pitcher, is retiring at the '
years old. His present salary is $19,000 a year, his pen- age'of 33. Erskine thinks he has COMFORT, :< 't
sion will be $12,000 a year. Judge Giblin has served for had enough baseball, so out he

more than nine years. Although retired, he will be subjectto goes. AT NO EXTRA 'CHARGE
the call of the state Supreme Court to serve as a judgein to It fill didn't the take, the Dodgers long
gap they have
either the Circuit Court, District Court or the Supreme chased Roger Craig. pur-

Court. .
The penant race is tight with

what's going to happen in Milwaukee. leading by San
We are wondering,just Francisco at this writing by Just
our Municipal Court where Judge Johnson presided. % game. Pittsburg and Los Angeles BANDBOXBARBER
True it is that the work goes,on, :with ',temporary arrange- are tied with 2% games I
ments, we hope but we would'' like to see the position per- behind and Chicago only 3* Ciadanatl -
6, St. Louis
manently filled. Furthermore It should be filled by the Philadelphia} 11. 6 and I

appointment of another Negro to .that'office. ,In the American League
Former Judge Lawspn E. Thomas'filled that position Cleveland leads Chicago by 1%
would be willing to- again. Detroit, 2%; Baltimore 3%; New'York SHOP
with credit, we believe he serve 4%; Kansas City 6%, '
I Perhaps there is so much mixup with Metro and the Washington 8H and Boston 0.

city it the authorities must not set us back by Richmond 1%
Bel)this as may behind; Rochester 2%
Miami 3% '
alternating judges. If Metro is responsible for the appointment Columbus 4; Havana 4%; Mon-: 536 N. W 2nd Avenue

let Metro make it, if the city is ,responsible, treal 6 and Toronto 10. '

it should be made without delay..
A
thl"n I We_have often boasted abput .our Negro judge. This miles tornado an hour with struck winds Miami up to on 74 PHONE FRanklin 1.9440

appointment yr&n a very progressive step, 'we..cannot. afford Wednesday evening doing dam
age at more than $5.000,000.
retrogress.: .
Heaviest
... ,1 : 'f damage was in the
northeast section: I METRO AND THE CITY OF MIAMIIt death was reported and 100 or : WANTED ONE MASTER BARBER

be that Miami City.Comjnjssioners. not more, persons had to be hospital-1;
could are fcedKThe Red Cross was kept I Julj4
entire city over to our Metropolitan I busy. I .4-. IPAGE -
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SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1959 PAGE G costs of furnishing and equiplna
Thompson-Ivy WeddingBy a hospital, Mr. Fullmore cited
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THE, ,MIAMI TIMES-"The: Peoples' New/pape the .following Instances; '$2 ,OOC
for tine complete diagnostic X-ray
DOROTHY SANFORD Department, $16,000 for the twCoperarltti
reams; $17,000 to equip

Old Christian to \be Razed;; the$4,000vfor kltoben$7,000, )laboratory for .equipment emergency,
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$UOO 'tot' each 'of four? private.
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'etc. ,
reams
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ro The hospital is far 'enough

New' Unit Ju19After along constructionwise, for persons -
Opens. to walk through the buildingin

1'k r complete safety. Those who
take the time to do so will enjoy
INEEDED
40 years of'Service to the $120,000 ( ,. '
Miami community, the "old" I a very 'pleasant surprise. Christian -
Christian 'Hospital' building is to Mr. Jrhnn' 'C. Fullmore Jr., the: Memorial Hospital -will be a

be razed next week. This does now administrator' $9i ChriSUan'1 community. project I in which allIenons'
not mark: the end, of. Christian Hospital, indicated that I< can Justifiably be i
Hospital but live beginning of the clpal reason that' the hospital prtud. A nit)," era is beginning
"ho.v'' Cnrlstian. :.Memorial: Hos. services will havt.ttct be"gradu for Christian 'and every Negro in
pita!:' Th-a ,beautiful structure -' ally increased: tqHtft. finpxlmutnservice i i the community should be able to i
/riqjv ) the' lack cf boast that he has made the
potential Is maximum -
) at, 4700 NW 2nd aver' la:
nearing cmpletion and Is to bo funds with which 't4'''aW"'Chase 'all contribution that' it is eco

.1 released for hospital use the lat- equipment! needed A minimumof nomically possible: for him,, to
is to. equip make. No should eVer
ter part of June. Thus tho $120,000 required man expect -
dreams and hard work of manypeople and furnish the building with anycne to do for him that
modern functional which he do for himself.
to bsc.me equil :tnent. can
are a reality.
, Some of .the old equipment wl111 I

LAST PATIENT ADMITTEDThe have to be used until it .can' be''
last Calient was admittedto replaced. This will create some Personal Mention
the hospital at Its present site irv-onve-nlenccts, (but will( enable
f this past week. The last patients the hospital to endei"" mxaimum Mrs. Alice Armbrister of Nas-
i scheduled for discharge today. serv.ces under the existing con-,
sau returned with her niece Mrs.
4 Moral legal and financial considerations ditlcns. Richmond
Kathryn Coley of who
: motivated a decisionby PLEDGES URGED was visiting there with her sis-
the board of directors of the I
.I tor, Mrs. Charlotte McKinnon of
:
hospital to suspend the opera- This situation provides an Coconut Grove and niece, Mrs
tions vf the hospital for a two ideal opportunity for the Ne- I Louise McDcw of Richmond
weak period beginning June 20, to groes of the community to proveto Heights.
enables equipment and furnish- themselves and to others that l .
ings to be moved and new equipment they are indeed conscious ''Of the
; to be installed in the new responsibilities that are, associated -

< < building as expeditiously as pos with equality of rights, privi- FOR SALE
r sible. leges and opportunities! Money
The present plans call for a resumption is desperately needed from the Brand'' New 3-Bedroom
of hospital services! on community and every Ne ro In
a limited basis on July 6 In the. Miami should make it the "firt, Hardwood Floors, Garage
!iMr, and Mrs. Leonard Ivy ex- of Dclray Beach la a graduate of new 'building order of business" to bet provide
Changed vows in a marriage Florida A and M University. He for himself tine best in medical '
ceremony on last Sunday after- is affiliated with Omega Psi Pal PATIENTS FARMED OUT I care. Contributions. to this 2017 N.W. 55th Tcr.
noon at the home of the bride on fraternity and is employed at the' Arrangements are being com- ] community effort can be mailed

43rd terrace. Dr. Joseph Patterson Poinciana School, Boynton Beach pleted to have obstetrical patients or left at the hospital or campaign -, 3-5
and Mrs. at home in cared for In other hospitals during ,Open Sunday p.m.
pastor of the Wentz Congregational Mr. Ivy are headquarters,, 710 NW 3rd'
Church Winston Salem, Atlantic Manor, 32nd ave. this two ,week' period that the ave. '
N.C., read l the marriage service. Out-of-town guests includedMr 'hospital will not be available for I CAPPER; CONST. CORP.
An arch of palms and white and Mrs Lemon Ivy, Mr.. and service. All hospitals contacted in FURNISHING EXPENSIVE '
flowers a white prieu-dieu, and Mrs. Jchn Williams, E. L. and regards to the present tomUcrary) As an example 'of. the hdgli

standards of white and pale; pink LaMar Ivy all of Delray Beach; inconvenience have been most ., .._ ,
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carnations formed the improvisedaltar. and Mr. and Mrs. Van Johnsonand cooperative in helping to solve --

The bride the former Billye son, Tony, of Quincy. this problem.TrotmanWorthy .

Thompson, is the, daughter of
Mrs. Mable Thompson director of JAMES 1
choral music, Booker T. Washington '
Junior high school of this Weda

city. She was given in marriageby 5 & lOc STORE
:
her uncle. Winfred Dorsett.
St. Mary's Weslyan Methodist lingerie shower given by Mr*.
The petite bnde was exquisitein Church was the scene of the mar- Hannah Smith Edwards and 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481'

a waltz-length. gown of white riage elf Marva Trotman and Yvonne Bain. ., .
tulle and lace styled with a Leroy Worthy on last Sunday The rehearsal, dinner was heldon --

sweetheart nedkllne and long afternoon at 12:30.: Rev. E. A. Saturday at tho home of the HOT WEATHER ITEMS
shirred sleeves. Appliques of lace Culmer performed the double- groom.

re-fmbrcidered with sequins and ring ceromny after which the Mrs. Worthy, a member of the Ladles Short ................ 1.00 Boys Shorts, pr. ............ i36*
seed pearls. outlined the neckline members OIl the wedding forty faculty of It. R. Me ton Elementary Ladles Panties, pr. ........ 29* Girls Swim Suits ...?,? 1.00
and indicated{ the hipline: of the received communion. Mrs. Wor- School, is a graduate or Be- Child Swim Suits, .a. 1.00 Diaper Seta .................... 1.00
bouffant skirt A shoulder length' thy is the daughter of Mr. and thune-Cookman College. She Is a Swim Trunks, ea. ,.,-... 1.00, Cotton Panties, 6 for 1.00
veil of illusion net was held bya Mrs. Sidney Trotman of 1740 NW member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Swim fling, ea ............ 97* Swim Goggles ,............... 69*
small1' sequin and pearl tiara. 5th ave. The grcom is the son of Sorority. Mr. Worthy, who attended Beach jBalls, ea ............ <97* J Sand Pall .................... 25*
She carried a bouquet of white Mrs Inez Worthy of 1000 'NW I college in Philadelphia
orchids and roses. Gloria Braynon, 63rd st. 'prior to his 6-year enlistment in 2 Ring Pools and ,3 Ring 'Pool

maid of ,boner, wore a strapless, the Army will enroll in Florida Fill Them With Water Flll.up With Kids
full-skirted dress of turquoise The bride, who was given in I, A and M University upon his
organza'worn with a fitted waist marriage by her father was regal discharge from the Army this Zorl ,thong sandals bird Items, whatnot shelves zipper
length Jacket with balloon-type in her full length .wedding thread ,. buttons, dress materials spray guns and house
sleeves. 'Gertrude Bush, bridesmaid ,Own of white tulle and net Fall.The couple will spend the .
plastic drapes.Money
trimmed with bands of real lace spray
wore pink organza identi- summer in Columbus, Georgia, .
.
cal in style with that of the maidof outlining the neckline, the short where Mr. Worthy is stationed at
honor. The attendants carried sleeves and panels on the bouf- Ft. Benning. orders and Simplicity Patterns sold every day Mondaythru

nosegays tit pompoms laced with fant skirt. A full veil was held bya Out-of-town guests includ Friday 8 a.m. to 7 .ma.t.: tll 9 p.m.
ribbon matching the color of the lace head band. She carried a
Mesdames Doris Saunders Mar-
CLOSED SUNDAYS-GO TO CHURCH
shower of white chry-
bouquet
attendants Cuffed head- '
gowns. guerite Jackson, Mary Brown
bands of < nanza: completed their santhumums and roses with cen- and Susan Brice: also Charles --
ensembles. ter corsage of baby mums tinted !
I Saunders, Kings ey Robinson,
pale pink and green her soror-
Louis Isaacs and his 'brother; also
his
Attending the groom was ity colors. Her attendants were
brother Donald; T. J. Jacksonwas I her sister Helen, maid of honor, rforma Saunders, Delores IV, DO YOU WANT TO KEEP PHYSICALLY FIT 7
shall and little Andrea Jackson
grcomsman. All men wore in blue; Yvonne Bain, in pink
summer formals. I and Mrs. Mary Moss in aqua. All DO YOU WANT TO REDUCE?

The mother of the bride was wore embroidered organza dresses L
most attractive in a light fuschia I styled with double-tiered, Then, take advantage of these

satin and chiffon cocktail dress short fu.l skirts, fitted plain bodices -/: NEED A PRIVATEINVESTIGATOR
styled with a harem skirt. She short sleeves and they wore OPENING SPECIALSJOIN
wore matching fuschia satin cu ed headbands of matching ?
pumps and a tiny hat of white organza. Short white nylon
handmade chiffon roses. Mrs. Ivy, satin pumps dyed to match If So Try
maher of the (groom was, cool- dresses completed the enscmiblies. CLUB
looking in a dainty white eyelet The attendants carried nosegays GYM
dress worn ilth white acces*or- of white carnations' laced with DtHHAKD'SPrivate

ies. Mrs. Herman Dorsett Sr., satin ribbons which matched the 100 Charter Members Wanted-50 Men and
grandmother of' the bride was color of the dress. Two flower Investigation ServiceWe 50 Ladles
charming in, blue linen lace. All girls were Judith Chedks of MIami -
,mothers wore purple orchids and little Andrea Jackson of specialise In shadowing peopleto
Preceeding the ceremony, Nassau. They were organdy determine .where they go, with $6.00 Per Month
Charles Weir organist and John dresses of blue and pink respectively whom and what they do.
Dillard violinist, presented a The dresses +.were made Also join theMASSAGE
program of wedding music. Soloist with full skirts and puff sleeves. O

was King Solomon whose. The Peter Pan collars and bodices CLUB
piauo accompanist was William e We locate missing personse
were trimmed with rows of
director of music Dor- ,Shadowing
Johnson
Ruther- I
Val lace. Tiny Jeffrey ,
sey Junior High School. ford grand nephew of, the bride e Auto recovery 1 which entitles you to one massage a week
General detective serviceInveet
Hostesses fcr the reception e i
white satin formal
rEf :endant in 1
which! followed immediately were In The Beet ; $15.OO'per month
suit, was the ring bearer. ,

Mesdames Aaron Bethel Cleveland and Hosey Sampson Gray., Gaddy while 'Lemuel ItawU served Moncur; as and best Frederick man- HENRY DENNARD'S Hours s 10 a.m. to 10 pm .

Amng the prenuptial affairs Morley acre ushers.A Investigation Service
lingerie shower given -
given was a
by the bride's attendants and short program of wedding Licensed Jby the.State of Fla.
Mrs. Eleanor: :
Mrs. Bethel at the home of Miss music! was sung by
Brooks, Mrs. Gladys McFord watcrganist.
Braynon.Mrs. 3297 N.W. 48th Terr.
Ivy attended Fisk Univer-, .
sity and is a graduate of Bethune l.iostessoi; for the reception held Phone NE 4-3738
and 601 N.W. 2nd Ave. Miami
Cockman College. A member of during the afternoon evening -
Kappa Alpha sorority, were Mesdames Lemuel Kemp 24*Hour Service .
Alpha
Mrs. Ivy teaches at Poinciana and Robert Gabriel and Delcres For further'' Information call FR 1.2771
I Hart and Thelma Taylor. Amongthe
'
School. Mr. Ivy '
Park whose, Elementary parents are the,Lemon Ivy pre-nuptial affairs held was ; it' _, _'




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THE MIAMI TIMES: "The People Newspaper 2 Teenage Dances -

PAGE 6 SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1959 SaturdayOn I Yes-The Best People Live .at . .

Saturday nights two dancesare

.-... ..-.- .... ..... .--- ........ ... ment being of teenagers.held for the The entertain-dances ATLANTIC MANOR GARDEN

for Saturday, June 20 are being
Along Freedom's RoadBy held at Dixie Park, 340 NW 13th APARTMENTS .
stand at Grand Ave. Park in _I.
dances .", .
Coconut Grove. These are '"
RUTH PERRY under the supervision of the :

.... ...... ...... ..... ...- ........ -.or-. V"'O- or--- --... -_- Commerce Northwestern and Junior Chamber the of
I sponsored by
city of Miami Recreation Depart- 32nd Ave. and 42nd St., Northwest
It never ceases to be a sourceof lions, slave quarters, tyrannicaland
great amazement and grave sadistic masters and over- ment with the object of offering
concern to me whenever I bear seers. And let's not fool our- wholesome recreation for the .
about continuing efforts of selves one bit some southern- teenagers of the Greater Miami ". . 'lit... ." I
southerners trying to sell "the ers would like to bring It all area.
southern way of life." It still back. Why else this big campaign The music is live for all dances I I
seems almost incredible that men to "sell the southern way of life?" with Emerson Mason playing at I
Dixie Park and Richard J Johnson.
and women in this modern era NOW I
would not only speak and write While the actual term "sla- playing at Grand Ave. Park. :
about the "glories and blessings" very" went out of existence after Admission is free, but it is expected AT iSECIm''
cf segregation, but more thar. the Civil War, we must not blind that those attending will S
that vote in the Florida legislature ourselves to the tact that another be dressed in good taste. Neck LAST
to pay: hard cold cash kind of slavery took its placein ties are not necessary but no tennis tr d NUMBERS
to sell the southern way to the the form of segregation. And shoes or dungarees There the They can .
North and the rest of the na- this ii the slavery that southerners Jaycees are expecting to see you sf b: be sold- ..L-IJ
tion. want to "sell" to the North make the most of the recreation (_? 9 ti.eg N yes these
and the rest of the nation this planned for you. two amazing { "t
A SOUTHERN WAY year of 1959 nearly 100 years Dances for June 27 will be i a books. .
after the Emancipation: Procla- held at Liberty Square Auditor- : The titles
Governor Colons: has vetoed the mation. ium and Dixie Park Auditorium.All only partially t-
bfflwi shwas :passed by both dances are being held betweenthe exGODF EY
ironiesoff; the 1/ecislature If the THE SOUTHERN WAY FOR hours of 7:30: pan and 10:30: . i plain theircontents. SPENCER
Legislature then passes 31 overthe NEGROES p.m. '' .
Governor's veto, it iwiU truly L But the lit-
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be JL southern tragedy". For With all the "progress" that ; Ics alone
I
KJuthemwhites, It will be admitting southerners are so willing to talk INJURED IN FALL can not begin -_ "__
to the whole world that: they about regarding race relations in FROM LADDERA to reveal -
prefer living in a segregated the south we must not lose sightof to you
dream to the American way. For the following fact: most progress 40-year-old man Tuesday the facts of why you may not be able to win. Yes between these
southern Negroes, it -wiH mean has not been done by the suffered serious head injuries pages you will learn the secret of how the astrologists get their
that once again they will be "natural evolution over the when he fell from a ladder while winning numbers. You may find out for the first time why you have
helping to pay with their tax dollars years" as southerners like to say banging bolts into the wall of an failed to catch anything by speculation on stocks and bonds. Cuban
for the continuance of thisgrievous but by legal victories won by en1;ty cement silo. and other forms of numerology! These books tell you what to do to
crime of segregation.And Negroes after long, hard court Metro police said James Bol- get on the winning track often! You can not afford to be without
( here is a good chance to battles. loch, mho lived at the South Dade these books for the very low price of only $5.00 for both. This may
write some of those letters I Labor Camp, apparently was be your chance to make a and say goodbye to bills and money
mentioned last week. If you do What is the southern way-for half-way up the {adder when it worries forever. Tell your friends only after you are on a better road
not like to have your tax dollars Negroes? Lynching and violence toppled at the Oolite Rock Pit, to success. Be the first. Order yours today.
still in some sections of the I 13201 SW
144th st. There
I spent in bolstering the prop- were Send to JAMAICA CANDLE SHOP, 6664 N.W. 16th Avt.
south two kinds of justice inmost
; witnesses'
( to the accident, po
{ agation of segregation, write the
southern law courts denial]
Governor and representativesto ; lice said. Miami 47. Florida
our of voting rights still in force in
the Legislature from this area
many sections; denial of access
about it.)
to fTactically all forms of public

We would be the last to deny accoroodatlons; a continuing hard
what progress there has been for fight after five years to achieve
the Negro. The last few years de-segregation in education after
have been especially full of increased the Supreme Court said segrega- m'.AkSe
civil rights gains for tion was unconstitutional; harass-
Negroes. But the tragedy of it u ment, intimidation ad threats >f
not in what progress has been : violence to many Negroes in most
made, but the length of time it : southern states if they show
has taken to achieve what progress :1. signs cf trying to fight for their
there is, the means takento constitutional rights.

prevent any progress, and This is the real southern
what remains wayas
still to be achieved.
we see it from here. And we
I Negroes should not have had to
I think that not even $500,000
pay so severely and consistently
I spent to make it seem appetizingcould
for what is rightfully theirs.
erase the smell of segregation -
prejudice and discrimi-
THE: SOUTHERN WAY e
FOR
nation. I don't think the scent +
_
WHITES from all the magnolia blossoms
in the world, let alone the south, .f 1 st
Negroes have had to pay twice could do that.Father's t +.* di : t tr
for what gains they have made.
They have had to pay in dollar Dinnerat +
and cents for lawsuits to achieve Day r y.
something really theirs. all the
time; and the cost in lynchfligj, Georgette'sTea
bombings, police brutality via
lence, intimidation and economic Room
reprisals is too high to try to seta
:..
price.In Sunday, June 21 is Men's Day F4 j'

my estimation, the southern I at St. James AME Church in t
Liberty City. Please help us to s'ii
way that is currently being proposed "
to be sold to the North make this a great Father's Day
has no logical or factual connec- by buying your Father's Day din- -
tion with the southern way as it ner at Georgette's, 2540 NW 51st _
at, phone NE 49360. It P k
really exists. It may be that you z k
coma southerners still smell those haven't a father, buy a dinnerto
magnolias too strongly and the help us with this Men's Day
Spanish Moss hanging from the drive.
trees below the Mason and Dixon Dinner will be served family
line has obscured their vision of style from 12 noon to 8 p.m. on Dr. Spann right, visits class in Experimental for the newest recipe' recommended for the
things as they really are in the Father's Day. The menu will consist Foods and watches as student whips Carnation class: Carnation Whipped Sundae Salad.
rest of the United States and the of: Your choice of baked turkey -
world. It would seem to me that and chicken )
trimmings or
this southern way of life was bam; string beans, macaroni and Dean of Home Economics at Florida A and M University says: l

really a wishful thinking way of cheese, baked beans, rice; hot
life for the white man, set up rolls; potato pie or apple or peach
with a master race- and a slave cobbler. "Carnation is the cooking milk

race; and with this same status Adults dinners $2.00; kids $1.00. .
quo brought forward into the Oscar Range is sponsor and Mrs.

present regation.day by day way of seg- Georgette man. Campbell dinner chair- a& I recommend't


There is no doubt but that slavery
did exist. There is no doubt Dr. Annabelle Spann is Associate Dean tion Evaporated Milk to my students.
but that there were big planta. Join The NAACP in charge of home economics at Florida It gives consistently smoother results in

A and M. Busy as she is, Dean Spann any 'creamy' recipe." .

never tires of cooking. "I'm particular Double-rich Carnation in the red and

about my cooking milk," Dean Spann white can is the world's leading brand

says. "That's why I recommend Carna of evaporated milk. "

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Letter to Readers THE MIAMI 1'IMES-1'he Peoples Newspaper"

3 Dt. Elks Hold ElectionBy I I
Dear Readers: SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1959 PAGE 7.

During my ten months of L

teaching in Niger Delta region oi Dt. Wllhelmenla Johnson ute to the administration of Dt. ...................N NN W_._.._.. .. dumbness.
Nigeria, I have visited all the Ellen Taylor and spoke of Dt.
large cities, tcfwns and many 'Y11I On last Wednesday, June 10, Gertrude Sounders as a pleasing Lest you mank me down as thti
I the semi-annual election of officers PUN PHUN dumbest persQn'on this subject,
I ages on my holidays. I !have presiding officer who Really got I
I, locked for something which might was 'held by District Dt. things done.. She referred to Dt. Uy P)1IL OSSOFBH may I offer one who surpasses
Deputy Marie White appearing ? He's the fellow who thinks
really interest you and on my Muldrow as having once increased .- me
J much slimmer than past years. 'Italics is a foreign language!
recent four weeks' tour of the the membership and believe ""1"n
i great Northern Region, which is The Deputy of long standing listened she can do it again. Regarding circula-
larger than the Western and attentively to the reports Dt. Sadie Jackson, who is newspaper Are you a wallflower?
tion, I knofw my way around,
Eastern Regions put together: I which showed a great decrease among x the first daughters of but the mechanical end of the Would you like to learn te danceIn
found something most unusu TiThe financially as well as numeri- Greater Miami was .present and
I studio
business is quite hazy to me. a private
cally. She lashed out on tae
recognized. The Deputy closed by
northern has used to think the press was run
region Just daughters fcr falling to Increase VISIT -
would like her
stating she to see
ended its history-making, color- by tailors, until I in-creased my
their membership! and for allow- Temple get back to where it once ironed Don Strachan's Dance Studio
ful celebrations of Its self-gove- knowledge. I've got that
ing some of their members to
and talke its again in
place
ernment at the beautiful capital become non-financial.. "Whoevergoes was out >but am still etching to know 7168 N.W 16th Ave. PL 7-8766
the hearts of the daughters and
who undertakes the engraving.
city Kaduna commemorating the in as. Dt. Ruler tonight must
tn the community.. The 11 o'clock
Not mortician >I< hope!
end of 56 years of British indi- set up an immediate plan to 're- hour was also observed a ,
rect rule. Although I was very habilitate this temple." Then the I do know a printer doesn't GRADUATIONPHOTOS
busy attending the gala events, I Deputy shouted, "Your secret
have to drink to get pi-eyed. I
Land O'Nod Hold
took time out to address the first to
meetings are no good, they only I also know 'what a halftone is.It's .
grcup of eight women who have tore this, Temple assunder," as
a picture of me when low
: We have the Cap & Gown
dared to form a civic organization other daughters felt it was an Graduation June 19 blood pressure strikes. No wonder -
This region of 18 million imposition since they were tin- I am sometimes called Kindergarten and

I, people of many tribes the nancial members paying dues The Barrett's Land O'Nod "small print." When "tired High School
Hausa and Fulani in predominance and the click of syndicate Is operating Kindergarten will hold its annual blood" hits me, I cease to be the
is largely Moslems. The in a living room." graduation exercises on Friday bold type.I Key Ring photos In color

r men dominate all phases of life, She pleaded lor them to cut it night. June 19 at 8 o'clock at am a great believer in advertising 3 for $2.50
.' keeping married women in pu- out immediately or face prosecution -1,Temple Baptist Church, 1723 NW
ads lot
since a
I rah (seclusion.) (with the one and only Grand 3rd ave. of which the Rev. L. A. of weight. Why not carry? They're Johnson of Miami
Daughter Ruler. "You have no Thompson is the pastor.
These eight (women are teachers 'printed with lead. Incidentally, 409 N.W 17th St.
right to oi'O' in your secret meet- Garth, do they call the in
and secretaries who have em- Mrs. Blandell Johnson Card- copy
ings and vote out our money unless lines and is bltock FR 7.2294
ads ?
f braced Christian faiths. buy
They are well, a member of the faculty of
it's the consent of the body"She
interested in taking their babiesoff the origin of the Booker T. Washington High will printing strictly for squares? Your I
their backs. All over Nigeria gave be the speaker answers will help'oftset, my
Temple and how and why it
women can be seen doing the
>; most laborious came about. When she took over A total of 18 little boys and
wotik and I
1' loads carry- the gavel, she appointed this girls will receive diplomas and
lag heavy on their heads
' I writer as reporter and praised the be declared (graduates of. the
(including iron
heavy pots of CLEANU..CLEANMSRLEAN
press as one of< the greatest med- Land O'Nod on the occasion.
food
huge bundles of fire wood,
iums in building:
and even tree trunks up to two Mrs. Cardwell was at one time
yards long) while babies dangleall "We must .go back to the press" a student of the suprvlsor of the
day tied to their backs. The the fearless deputy stated. kindergarten, Mrs Eloise Bar-
Once or twice she became exhausted . .
baby is from birth to the age of
rett Kemp Elliott J. Pieze will
three usually, and is tied in front and Dt. Lillian Smith -
serve as mastor of ceremoniesfor
,
of the mother when it and Zessie Tucker offered prayer -
is nursing the occasion The public is
lor she was emotionally upset -
time, while she continues her Invited.
work. When he or she is old as she spoke of the Ninth Mrs. Vera Moorman, Inst.
Commandment and how terribleit
enough to walk long distances, a Mrs. Eloise Kemp, Super.:
load Is placed on the head and his is to disobey it. 1 ,h '
'vycvr Y'Y
?faFC'4 i'
working 'days are launched. BALLOTING AND ELECTION
,
Dt. Barbara Lewis nominatedDt. :
This group, The Women's Civic x
REDUCINGyould !
League of Kaduna, had no Idea Marion Muldrcfw, who received
of what the many nurseries and 19 votes, Dr. Carlee Daniels
playgrounds in the United Statesare nominated Dt Myrtle Davis, the \ you like to reduce?

like. I did 'my best to des. Incumbent who received 5 votes Trim off unwanted inches? ... '
$
Dt. Sarah nominated
cribe them. It will be difficultfor Smalley I
you to imagine a land where Dt. Gertrude Saunders, who came Join the Easy Method
children mothers heard in second with 13 votes This
nor never
writer nominated Dt. Ellen Taylor Reducing Club :
of toys, swings or any play ,
equipment! but no such thing who gracefully declined the No disrobing
nomination. Dt. Olivia Rogers
exists here. No strenuous exercise
From my frail description of a succeeded herself as vice Dt. No starvation diets

nursery and playground these Ruler. Dt. Betty Fisher, assistantDt. Just relax and enjoy It f M " '
mothers (with 3 to 10 children Ruler and Dt. Edna Davis as kuu

each) decided this would solve chaplain.The Call NA 1.0470
their problem and also presence of Dt. Lucille
start a I A'1'
Martin and Dt. Nellie Graves OX 1.9710
trend of
new thought in North- x ,tstM
ern Nigeria. The difficulty is that was recognized. I ,
their money is limited, and thereis The Deputy paid a glowing trib'

no equipment available J if they --
had the money.

It may be that some of you can I NOW RENTING ,
help emancipate Nigerian women g"g"g"qqq' y r yy Y S/. 1 t r'k.4
from one of their bodily burdens tV y Sy

babies on their backs.

Mrs. Ayo Belle, Baptist School, 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments tiThat's
Kaduna, Nigeria, is the organizer -
and president. She twill wel- Houses Stores
come any suggestion which you ;
have to offer. the taste you get
may
IIImrNU A
Sincerely yours, Brown Sub Coconut Grove when you make your f'P :o.I: it M

Lucille Arcola Chambers .. .
Zik's Academy Liberty City Downtown Cia'n Tonic with clean.tasting"
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Sapele, Nigeria .llTltlaDFLEISCHMANN'S
West Africa AGENCY Inc. DJtY01N!
I WILSON/ RENTAL Nom--/

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park and Recreation Depart-
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for classes at the area where they 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 49998
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instructions for the second ses-
sion of classes will begin on
Monday, June 22 at all four lo- In Edison Center Area

cations.
0 YOU ASKED FOR IT!

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MIAMI TIMES-"The People. Newspaper" 12 Teenage Dances -

PAGE 6 SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1959 : SaturdayOn Yes-The Best People Live ,at. .

i Saturday nights two dancesare

.--.. ..... .- .- ..... -- ...... .... ment being of teenagers.held for the The entertain-dancesfor ATLANTIC MANOR GARDEN

Saturday, June 20 are being
Along Freedom's Road held at Dixie Park, 340 NW 13th APARTMENTS32nd .
st.and at Grand Ave. Park in 4
Coconut Grove. These dances are .'j
-- By RUTH PERRY under the supervision of the "

..... ..... ..... ....- .... .- ..... -..-...- ..... ..... Northwestern Junior Chamber the of "
Ccmmerce and sponsored by I 42nd St Northwest
and
Jt never ceases to be a sourceof tions, slave quarters, tyrannical, city of Miami Recreation Depart- Ave. ,
great amazement and grave and sadistic masters and over- ment with the object of offering
concern to me whenever I hear seers. And let's not fool ourselves wholesome recreation for the -
about continuing; efforts of one bit some southerners teenagers of the Greater Miami . _. Jto. '
southerners trying to sell "the would like to bring it all area.
southern way of life. It sun back. Why else this big campaignto The music is live for all dances
seems almost incredible that men "sell the southern way of life?" I with Emerson Mason playing at
and women in this modern era Dixie Park and Richard Johnson I NOW I
would not only speak and write While the actual term "sla- playing at Grand Ave. Park. '
about the "glories and blessings" very" went out of existence after Admission is free, but it is ex- AT 0/SECRET;
of segregation, but more than the Civil War, we must not blind pected that those attending will I.
that vote in the Florida Legislature ourselves to the fact that another be dressed in good taste. Neck : LAST
to pay hard, cold cashto kind of slavery took its placein ties are not necessary but no ten- rr NUMBERS .
sell the southern way to the the form of segregation. And nis shoes or dungarees. There the They can
North and the rest of the na- this is the slavery that southerners Jaycees are expecting to \see you 7-b=' be sold- '
tion.. want to "sell" to the North make the most of the recreation (-.. 1 ti s 4 N yes these
and the rest of the nation this planned for you. , % two amazing
A SOUTHERN WAY year of 1959, nearly 100 years Dances for June 27 will be a books. .
after the Emancipation Proclamation held at Liberty Square Auditor- The titles
Governor Collins has vetoed the 1.
ium and Dixie Park Auditorium only partially -
bill which was passed by both All dances are being held betweenthe explain I GODFREY
houses of the Legislature. If the THE SOUTHERN WAY FOR hours of 7:30: :pmt' and 10:30: < theircontents. [
Legislature then passes it over NEGROES pjm. I. SPENCE
the Governor's veto, it will trulybe ..a But the tit ,
IA-A-.A-I
With all the "progress" that A-A
a southern tragedy. For les alone ,
southern whites, it ,will be admit southerners are so willing to talk INJURED IN FALL can not be. T-__ .. ,.q.__
ting to the whole world that they about regarding race relations in FROM LADDERA gin to reveal -
prefer living in a segregated the south, we must not lose sight to you
dream to the American way. For of the following fact: most progress 40-year-old man Tuesday the facts of why you may not be able to win. Yes between these
southern Negroes, it will mean has not been done by the suffered serious head injuries pages you will learn the secret of how the astrologists get their
that once again they will be "natural evolution over the when he fell from a ladder while winning numbers. You may find out for the first time why you have
helping to pay with their tax dol- years" as southerners like to say 'banging bolts into the wall of anemty failed to catch anything by speculation on stocks and bonds Cuban
lars for the continuance of this but by legal victories won by cement silo. and other forms of numerology! These' books tell you what to do to
grievous crime of segregation Negroes after long, hard court Metro police said James Bol- get on the winning track often! You can not afford to be without
(And here is a good chance to battles. loch, ,who lived' at the South Dade these books for the very low price of only $5.00 for both. This may
write some of those letters I Labor Camp, apparently was be your chance to make a killing and say goodbye to bills and money
mentioned last week. If you do What is the southern way-for half-way up the sadder when it worries forever. Tell your friends only after you are on a better road
not like to have your tax dollars Negroes? Lynching and violence toppled at the Oolite Rock Pit, to success. Be the first. Order yours today.
still in some sections of the 13201 SW 144th st. There
spent in bolstering up the prop- south; two kinds of< justice in I no witnesses to the accident were Send to JAMAICA CANDLE SHOP, 6664 N.W. 16th Av.
, agation off segregation, write the police -
Governor and our representativesto most southern law courts; denial said. Miami 47. Florida
of voting rights still in force in
the Legislature from this area
about/ it.) many sections; denial of access
to practically: all forms of public
We 'Would be the last to deny aocomodatlons; a continuing hard
what progress there has been for fight after five years to achieve
the Negro. The last few: years de-segregation in education after
have been especially full of increased the Supreme Court said segrega-
civil' rights gains for tion was unconstitutional; harass-
Negroes. But the tragedy of it is ment, intimidation ad threats ')t
nQt in what progress has beea violence to many Negroes in most
made, but the length of time it southern states if they shcfar
has taken to achieve what progress signs oil trying to fight for their
there is, the means taken' constitutional rights.
to prevent ana
any progress
what remains This is the real southern wayas
still
to be achieved.
Negroes should we see it from here. And we x
not have had to I
think that
not even $500,000
pay so severely and consistently
spent to make it seem appetizing
for what is rightfully' theirs.
I could erase the smell of segregation -
prejudice and discrimi-
THE. .SOUTHERN I
WAY
FOR nation. I don't think the scent Q> ,
WHITES from all the magnolia blossoms g
in the world, let alone the south,
!(Negroes have had to pay twice could do that.Father's .
for 'what gains they have made.
They have had to pay in dollar
Dinnerat
and cents for lawsuits to achieve Day
something really theirs all the .: >
time; and the cost in lynchifrgj, Georgette'sTea
bombings, police brutality, vio-
lence, intimidation and economic Room
reprisals is too high to try to seta

.price. Sunday, June 21 is Men's Dayat

In my estimation, the southernway St. James AME Church in
that is currently being proposed Liberty City. Please help us to
to be sold to the North make this a great Father's Day
has no logical or factual connec- by buying your Father's Day din-
tion with the southern way as it ner at Georgette's, 2540 NW 51st
really exists. It may be that st., phone NE 4-9360. If you
scene southerners still smell those haven't' a father, buy a dinnerto
magnolias too strongly and the help us with this Men's Day
Spanish Moss hanging from the drive'

trees below the Mason and Dixon Dinner :will be served family .
line has obscured their vision ol style from 12 noon to 8 p.m. on Dr. Spann, right, visits class in Experimental for the newest recipe' recommended for the
things as they really are in the Father's Day. The menu will con- Foods and watches as student whips Carnation class: Carnation Whipped Sundae Salad.
rest of the United States and the sist of: Your choice of baked turkey -
world. It would seem to me that and
trimmings, chicken l'
this southern 'way of life was ham; string beans, macaroni and Qr Dean of Home Economics at Florida A and M University says: \1

really a wishful thinking way of cheese, baked beans, rice; hot
life for the white man, set up rolls; potato pie or apple or peach
with a master race- and a slave cobbler. Carnation is the cooking milk
race; and with this same status Adults dinners $2.00; (kids 100. .
quo brought forward into the Oscar Range is sponsor and Mrs.

present .day by day way of segregation Georgette man. Campbell dinner chair- k I recommend to students"Dr. .


There is no doubt but that 'slavery -
did exist. There is no doubt Annabelle Spann is Associate Dean tion Evaporated Milk to students.
my
Join The
but that there were big planta. NAACP in charge of home economics at Florida It gives consistently smoother results in

A and M. Busy as she is, Dean Spann any 'creamy' recipe." .

never tires of cooking. "I'm particular Double-rich Carnation in the red and

about my cooking milk," Dean Spann white can is the world's. leading brand
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Letter to Readers THE MIAMI 1'IMES-1 People. Newspaper"

DL Elks Hold ElectionBy
Dear Readers: SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1959 4 PAGE.. 7

During my ten months of -

teaching in Niger Delta region oi Dt Wllhelmenla Johnson ute to the administration of lit ......._.............._-_..... dumbness.
Nigeria, I have visited all the Ellen Taylor and spoke of Dt.
i large cities, towns and many Til- On last Wednesday, June 10, Gertrude Sounders as a pleasing PUN PHUN Lest you mark me down as thtl
I ages on my holidays. I have the semi-annual election of officers presiding officer who Really got dumbest person on this subject, I
was held by District Dt. may I offer one ,who surpassesme )<
! locked 'lor something which might things done. She referred to Dt Uy PHIL OS80KE1T;
Deputy Marie White, appearing ? He's the fellow who thinks
really interest you and on my Muldrow as having once increased '" '
I recent four weeks' tour of the much slimmer than past years the membership and believeshe I> IJ"".."._" italics is a foreign language!
great Northern Region, which is The Deputy of long standing listened can do it again Regarding circulation .
newspaper -
larger than the Western and attentively to the reports Dt. Sadie Jackson, 'who is I know around, Are you a wallflower
my way
Eastern: Regions put together 1 which showed a great decrease among the first daughters of but the mechanical end of the Would you like to learn t. dance !
found something most unusual, financially as well as numeri- Greater Miami was ,present and
business is quite hazy to me 1 In a private studio
cally. She lashed out on tae
The closed by
-The northern region has Just daughters fcr failing to increase recognized. Deputy& used to think the press was run VISIT -
she would like herTemple
to
stating
ended its history-making, color- see by tailors, until I In-creased my I
their membership and for allow-I get back to where it once Don Strachan't Dance Studio
knowledge. I've got that Ironed
ful celebrations of its self-gove-
ing some of their members to
ernment at the beautiful capital become non-financial. "Whoever' was and talke its place again in out, .but am still etching to know 7168 N.W. 16th Ave PL 78760
the hearts of the daughters and
city, Kaduna, commemorating the goes in as, Dt. Ruler tonight must In the community. The 11 o'clock who undertakes the engraving.
end of 56 years of British indi- set up an immediate plan to -rehabilitate hour was also observed Not a mortician, I hope!
rect rule. Although I was very this temple." Then the I do know a printer doesn't GRADUATIONPHOTOS
busy attending' the gala events, I Deputy shouted, "Your secret
have to drink to get pi-eyed I
Land O'Nod Hold
took time out to address the first to
meetings are no good, they only also know 'what a halftone is.It's .
grcup of eight women who have tore this Temple assunder," as picture of me when low
a Gown
We have the Cap &!
dared to form a civic organization. other daughters felt it was an Graduation June 19 blood pressure strikes. No wonder -
This region of 18 million imposition since they were tin- I am sometimes called Kindergarten and
people of many tribes the nancial members paying dues The Barrett's Land O'Nod "small print." When "tired High School /
: Hausa and Fulani in predominance and the click or syndicate is operating Kindergarten will hold its annual blood" hits me, I cease to be the
r j is largely Moslems. The in a living room." graduation exercises on Friday bold type.I Key Ring photo In color
men dominate all phases of life, She pleaded for them to cut It night, June 19 at 8 o'clock at am a great believer in advertising 3 for $2.60 ,
\ keeping married women in pu- out immediately or face prosecution Temple Baptist Church, 1723 NW
since ads a lot t
J jrj I. rah (seclusion.) /with the one and only Grand 3rd ave. of which the Rev. L. A. of weight. Why not carry? They're Johnson of Miami

( These eight (women are teach- Daughter" Ruler. "You have no Thompson is the pastor. (printed with lead. Incidentally, 409 N.W. 17th .St.
f ers and secretaries who have embraced right to go in your secret meet- Mrs. Blandell Johnson Card-' Garth, do they call the copy in
ings and vote out our un- FR 7.2294CLEANaNaCLEANMUS
money and ia block
ads lines?
Christian faiths. buy
They art well, a member of the faculty of
less it's the consent of the body.
I interested in taking their babies I She the origin of the Booker T. Washington High will printing strictly for squares? Your
off their backs. All gave answers will 'he1.p'oM.et my
over Nigeria be the speaker
Temple and how and why it
I women be doing the
can seen
. most laborious work and I came about. When she took over A total of 18 little boys and -
) ,
! heavy loads on their carrying heads- the gavel, she appointed this girls will receive diplomas and
I I writer as reporter and praised the be declared (graduates of the
(including heavy iron pots of
press as one c food, huge bundles of fire wood,
iums in building.
and even tree trunks up to two Mrs. Cardwell was at one timea
'I' ;yards long) while babies dangleall "We must JTO back to the press" student of the suprvlsor of the
day tied to their backs. The the fearless deputy stated. kindergarten, Mrs Eloise Bar- CLEAN.
Once or twice she became exhausted ..
baby is from birth to the age of
rett Kemp. Elliott J, Pieze will 1
and Dt. Lillian Smith
three usually and is tied in front
-
serve as mastor of ceremoniesfor >
and Zessie Tucker offered prayer
of the mother when it nursing the occasion. The public ia
time, while she continues her for she was emotionally up- invited.
set as she spoke of the Ninth
work. When he or she is old Mrs. Vera Moorman, Inst.
Commandment and how terribleit
enough: to walk long distances
a Mrs. Eloise Kemp, Suffer.REDUCING .
load is placed on the head and his is to disobey it. 1 eK K ,e ,

working 'days are launched. BALLOTING AND ELECTION

This group, The Women's Civic Dt. Barbara Lewis nominatedDt.
Marion Muldrcr, who received !
League of Kaduna, had no idea
cxf\ what the many nurseries and 19 votes. Dr. Carlee Daniels : 1 : L r
playgrounds in the United Statesare nominated Dt Myrtle Davis, the Would you like to reduce? '
like. I did best .. incumbent who received 5 votes
my to describe Trim off unwanted inches?
Dt. Sarah Smalley nominated
them. It will be difficult
for you to Imagine a land where Dt Gertrude Saunders, who came Join the Easy Method E ?
children nor mothers never heardof in second with 13 votes. This '
toys, swings or any play writer nominated Dt Ellen Tay- Reducing ClubNo ; 4.
equipment, but no such thing lor, who gracefully declined the disrobing :
nomination. Dt. Olivia Rogers
exists here. No strenuous exerciseNo
From my frail description of a succeeded herself as vice Dt. starvation diets ,
nursery and playground these Ruler. Dt. Betty Fisher, assistantDt. Just relax and enjoy It frfY
mothers (with 3 to 10 children Ruler and Dt. Edna Davis as :
each) decided this would solve chaplain.The Call NA 1.0470 .3 'J
their problem, and also start a presence of Dt. Lucille \ .4
new trend of thought in North- Martin and Dt. Nellie Graves OX 1.9710
ern Nigeria. The difficulty is that was recognized r r ;' .,
their money is limited, and there The Deputy paid a glowing trib- Issw

is no equipment available if they --
had the money. MINMAII .

It may be that some of you can I' NOW RENTING !
help emancipate Nigerian women
from one of their bodily burdens SM '
babies on their backs. I

Mrs. Ayo Belle, Baptist School, 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments '! -- 4< :
Kaduna, Nigeria, is the organizer 1
and president. She !will wel- Houses Stores f w. 41(4qjIThat's
come any suggestion which you
may have to offer. the taste you get
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Sincerely yours, Brown Sub Coconut Grove when you make your "... :o.' "

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The Carver Ranches Elemen- S FRIDAY SATURDAYwiVHLOWIItNDCENT
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tary School vQafeteria cl6sed its
doers ori Jufte..4.*n was.* ripened t
January 3 and the first hot
lunches were served on Jan 12
When the cafeteria opened' It
had everything but food or mon-
COLOR
ciMiM c ie
\ ey to buy tCWd,...but the principal *
l t rI S. 'nnd tI 'and If'was not> Jcfoj t he.> ;
I 4 tote every student had something :. ....
to eat.
y MKNEMNHW
This success is due to the com- tfi +
bined efforts :of oUr principal,
JOANNE DM
t Mrs. Susie Daniels; .John Sands,
.physical education instructor ...
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r ,kS z Mr, Jackson, librarian, ; Mr. GILBERT ROUND'
Louise Jenkins, Mrs. Sarah Gor- ,

don teria and manager.Mrs. Bertha' Nelson* cafe i:3 A.5 JIM BACKUS


'Starlight Lodge No. 542 will
hold Its regular meeting Friday "Sheriff of Fractured

night, June 19 at the Masonic
Temple at 8 o' l'cck.' All members
are asked to be present Jaw"Jayne


Roscoe Parson of Carver
Mansfield
Kenneth More
Ranches Is attending barber I .
school in Tyler, Texas. He reported -
1 last week that he wouldbe
S -r 'back home about mid-July.

SUN, MON., TUES.

I The Algonquin Club, Charles Grace Bartell, assistant superin George Gray was dqjvn from -.
Wabassa, Fla., last 'weekend :
visiting
f .H.: Higgs, president recently gave tendent of the home in the absence -:
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his
relatives
and friends in CIA 1MB HBOH18 OP
; the Dade County Children's of Supt Mary Dial The t
Home, Silver Oaks Schools at Club members were making their Carver Garnet Ranches. He is a cousinof 1 uonof PICTURE GREATNCSSI

?? Kendall a check for 25.: : annual visit Principal Robbie: Dorsett. .
Shown above' is James G. Collie Wright Is ,an Algonquin mem.- I
if See Jerry, your Sun-Tattle \"
presenting the check to Mrs. ber. .
carrier. She also has The Miami lIMP

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; ,:: In Around The Bahamas LOTS FOR SALE _a.-. __ ... NW .ml"

S Corner 150 x 120 I YNlI i I lIII"f SItYIIIA 1IAIIWII' era S-GEDfRFf DIll

A. H. McKENZIE ;;1.:= ii Si LaA
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: !Mrs. Mary Eloise Cambridge, The Rev. Collinjjwood Cooper, or mine
: ,--.33, died suddenly,. ont June 3 Diccesan Missionary in the .Bahamas We take care of financingNO i $ j

:. Funeral services were held on is spending a well-earn- MONEY DOWN
June 5 at St. Agnes Church, and ed two weeks' vacation in Miami VAfcNBIlOOlOft>

: .":/the body was interred in the He is an, ablet preacher. ,Cash paid for your lot or iI
.fj\Western Cemetery. The church
r was filled to its capacity and the Anthony Curry, 20, son df Mr. homeSEYMOUR -
Rev. Canon M., E. Cooper offi- and Mrs Roland Curry of Nas-
.. BARON
f ''fciated. He was''assisted' by' the sau, is making a fine record in I
Revs. William Thompson and miner league baseball in the UJS JE 8.1340
,pudley Strachan. Recently it was his skill that gave
.
Licensed and 'Insured Builder
) Wllliamsport Grays a 5-4 victoryover
'1'
I. Mrs. Cambridge was the wife Reading Indians. B ATRB
Addington Cambridge, city editor .

r ', 5r- of ..the..,....Nassau. 4'" .*Guardian.... Tuesday, June 2, was an unlucky CAPITOLTHEATRE
day for 82-year-old Elsie ,
Moss As she walked near Gregory' -
Charles Weir 79, papular soc-
,
Arch with her money in a -
', Sal worker choirmaster at the
8ATtiRDAY MIDNITESun.
bag, she was approached by a
; Grants' Town Wesleyan Church STARTS THURSDAY
:
strange young woman pushing a ., Mon., Tue, Wed
and leader laid to
fraternal /was
I with two children. The
i .?..rqrt oo...$unday.; He died on June pram young woman seemingly saw that "GUNFIGHT AT
2. His funeral is said to have been
there (was money in the bag and DODGE CITY"with
the largest in living in
memory
asked Mrs. Moss to the bag
put
-Nassau. from all walks of Joel McCrea"The
: ( People
in the pram so she could help her
life were in attendance. The eld woman did so. T h estranger Naked and The
( Weir will be missed all
} !Mr. by took the $138 and ran.
who knew him for the unselfish
service he rendered the community -
'. He lived a simple but Annual BazaarSt. Dead"S ,

rich life of usefulness to human-
ity.. May he rest' in peace. He was Ann's ll;1Scc pal Church
the first Bahamian to graduate will hold its annual bazaar on r'f
frctn TusCcegee Institute. He is the church ground in Hallandsle MnRNATIONAl ,
,survived by his wife, two sons, Friday and Saturday, June 10 SD ,
three daughters, one sister and and 20.Father. HEAVYWEIGHT :
other relatives. ElLsha Clarke is priest in ; .
charge. CHAMPIONSHIP in. -

; (Nathan Gibson.. of Richmond I -
Heights spent a few days vaca- FIGHT
tion in Nassau after an absence AT 3 THEATRES
of 36 years. Mr. Gibson I 1.1 sur- Finn! '
prised at the improvements, and RITZ .fLre
can hardly realize that he Is in u noN ,
Nassau. Everything is so differ- BUNCHE r

ent to him. ACE VsL rr I f'
_J :shME Wes'! ti.
Federation ... -
rI'be Bahamans of
Labor celebrated its fourth anni- Start ,.k.N e.. =RAFTUl0'BRIEN.iu.BROWN.IWIN nAY IV BILLYWIt.i f :

versary last Friday with a mammoth SUN., JUNE 21 ouuUNeuY.lePromPY sal.A.t L DIAMOND DW JIO IV BILLY WILDER.. 1 rtIf.EII':

parade through the streets For One 'WeekTell t Corp,
of Nassau. It aws a real Labor A$1$ .
Day parade to the members and tlosed
was thrilling to the large crowdof tw rttibis r S ..
u
spectators. Errr lrrr


;' The Rev William E. Thompson Commandments
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:.-' I* In: charge of St. Barnabas Capitol Theatre \:
Adult 85c HKAofpk
.' Churchor one month. He is a t >
y
-' .. product ,of St. Agnes. Student.65e.Chlldren Thurs., June 25
... .
, 3 'Evangelist Cecil Shims, of 45c Adm. $3.58 plus tax

.. .l:.Sfcwns' Long Island, left Nassau J-
on Wednesday to attend the graduation FEATURE .TIME Advance tickets now ,

I of his son, Dr.his David'M.D. Sat, Sun., 1 230 4:30 8:3CJMon on ale at
Simms who received
.thru Fri
from the University of Torontoon .' Capitol, Ritz Dunche _
June 12. After his internship Ritz 12:30 4:30 .. 8:30
at a hospital in Hamilton, Onta- And Ate Theatre -

rio, Dr. Simms will, return to the Bunch A. Ace 430 8:30 ..
Bahamas and set up practice at .. J. J ,9,' ,' ., .. -; ., .. rY. -" ..-
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,Church of TransfigurationEpiscopal .ANTIOCH. BAPTIST ; ,'" .

( ) Rev; 0...W. Foster,. pastor -I..' ,
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2571 N/W; 152nd Terr. A. L. Johnson reporter

Ven. John E. Culmer
We are grateful to God for the '
priest in charge .
of revival meetingand
Stanley Sweeting, reporter ,success thanks our to our many friendsfor

/ Services every Sunday worshipping+ with us. Special H

Morning worship .................... 9:30: thanks to the revivalist for a Job
fn Lfnr Sunday School ....................... 10:30 well .done.
Evening worship ....:....... 7:30 p.m. .
his You are invited to assemble ,
made
IY. John E. Culmer
with us around Jhe church pool .
monthly visitation last Sunday,
this Sunday for baptism with
Freddie Wallace the rector's aide, w\ '.
Pastor Foster presiding.
accompanied him. Fr. Cuhner delivered -
Sunday last wes very inspiring .
I
and his
ST. JAMES BAPTISTBTU a timely message, for our youth as ItW'BS/ child-
full of
remarks
pre-sermon were ren's day. Pastor Griffin was in
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People1 Newspaper" ................................ 5:30 p.m encouraging notes. Special com- charge all day.
I Evening Worsuip ...........; 7:30: p.m munion services were adminis- t.
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JUNE 20, '1SB9 Visitors always welcome tered and another visit from the Antioch usher board No. 2. will

Sunday School........... 9:30 am Venerable was promised for observe its seventh anniversary ,

I Morning Worship ........ 11:00: am Thursday night.A : thi, Sunday at 3 pjn. The Rear .. -
CONGREGATIONALRev. MT. ZION A. M. E. I. 323 N.W. 14th St night of. games and social W. K. Smith of. Greater New .
Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor evening is scheduled for Firday Bethel, Opa Locka, will preachthe
Charles Wilks pastorA. 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. Sunday Services night June 26, during which time sermon. The public is invited.ASTHMATICS ..

E. McNeal, reporterDr. Opa Locka the full cooperation of Mission I ,
Rev. C. J. Jenkins, pastor GREATER NEW BETHEL members and friends are cheer -
and Mrs. Henry C. Mc-
Sunday School............... 9:30: a.m. fully solicited. Activities will be
Dowell arrived in Miami this Rev. W. K. pastor
Morning worship ............ 11 am Smith held at the home of a member to
week to take full charge of the Mrs. R. Clerk
pastorate of the Congregational League ................................ 5 pm Conley be announced later. Stanley TOOTH atl;,=, rroa
Fellowship. Dr. McDowell comesto Evening worship ................ 7 p.m. Sunday morning the junior de- Sweeting; is chairman and Mrs. ACHE ubs.is Pals (

us +with a wealth of experience artment was given the oppor- Ruth Singleton is assistant cd! the WHS duarsto you with arc onds. (laid b I
having served in leading BETHANY BAPTIST tunity to display their efficiency social committee. pale, you call thouuadL$
as they carried out splendid (Mr and Mrs. Edwin (Mabel)
communities in this country as 3078 N.W. 45th St. fort
order of service. A inter Rogers returned home Monday feast. hr ORAIEL
well as many years in Africa. very Oro nlid. JuI
Rev. Rudy Keaton pastor
from Jacksonville; where they _
Indeed we are highly fortunateto Sunday School......... 9:30: ajn esting "youth day", went forward in attendance at the wed-
with all were
have him and his wife come Morning Service ............ 11 am youth participants as relative.

to us to share their experienece BTU ................................ 5:90: pm their ,guest speaker James Floyd ding of a absence of
with us. Evening Service ............ 7:30: 'pm a student of the North Dad e During the Misses Blanche Sunday J .
Jr.-Sr. high school, delivered the School teachers .
I
We are reminding all charter Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30: p.mBAHA'I message. Saunders and Roselee Darling

members of the Fellowship and After the evening's message delivered Little Shiryle Lewis did a remarkable Want simple effective relief
all visiting friends to invite oth- ASSEMBLYAlbert by Rev. Green the church job of instructing the from choking, racking bron

ers to worship with us at 11 ajm. Rokovsky world traveler Joined in the anniversary services kiddies during their classes. ehial asthma spasm? Gut genuine

Sunday and thus extend a warm and lecturer from Montreal of Rev. Kara Bell pastor of Misses Saunders and Darling .accompanied Breatheasy see what you
welcome to the McDqwells. Canada will speak at the Baha'jCenter our neighborly church not more Miss Harriet Thompon have been missing.. There's no

On last Sunday the children of 137 NW 11th ave., 7:45: than one-half block east of to West Palm Beach in atten- substitute for original Breath-
inhalant and set
the Church School were in )jm. Sunday, June 21. Mr. Ra- Greater Bethel. Our pastor delivered dance a{ a (wedding easy nebulizing
Get comfort Guar
charge of the Children's Day kovsky is a member of the Ca- the anniversary messageon Beginning next month morning by breathing.
Service, which were well nadian UNESCO (mission to Japan the "Jesus was fit for the services. will begin at 10:45 instead anteed. .
very I J & J DRUG DEPT. STOKE a
of the present 9:30.:
received. Mrs. J. O. Brown, actedas formed for the specific purpose task.

leader during the absence of of bettering cultural understanding ."' ''''''''' "' '''..... -.....'" .., "' ''''''.......... .,., ..... ..... ..... "" ..... ..... .........................................................,
Rev. J. T. Brown associate minister /between the Japaneseand ST. MATTHEW AMEZ
Is ill. Canadian peoples. He is also
who We wish Rev.
chairman of the Baha'i World 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. .
Mr. Brawn a speedy recovery.Dr. PIANO SICK ?
Henry C. McDowell Faith delegation to the Depart- Rev. Daniel Pridgen, pastor ,

minister ment of Public Information of the Rev. W. T. Thomas pastor p

Annette McNeal, 'reporter United Nations. His subject will Phone NE 5.1618 SEE WM. FINDER Sr. | ffii
be "United Nations., United Re- Services every Sunday

TRINITY WESLEYANRev. ." Everyone is welcome to 1460 N.W. 69th St. FOR PROFESSIONAL PIANO A

attend. Sunday School ..........,. 9:30 a.m.
George E. Johnson, pastor Morning Service ............ 11 a.m. AND ORGAN SERVICES N
Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter Miami will lose two distin- Evening Service ........ 7:30 p.m.
Sunday School................... 9 a.m guished citizens late this month Sunday School............... 9:45 1935 N.W. 153rd St. SERVIck "
Morning worship .................... 11:00 when Mr. and Mrs. Chester M Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m.ajn .
Young People's Meeting 5 p.m Davidson Sr. of 311 NW 30th st. MU 8-3770
move to Monrovia Cal., home of FRIENDSHIP MISSIONARY
GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. son,. Robert Bruce.
Mr. Davidson a noted architect BAPTISTRev. - -' '- '-T- -i.ii *- -'--'-
James E. Culmer, pastor ; during the 1920's, studied at
Eddie Edwards, clerk Beaux Arts in Paris later serv- C. J. Burney, pastor
Sunday School '.......M....... 9:30: am ing as head of the Architural Department Marie Alford, reporter
Morning worship .... ........ 11:0 of the University of Sunday School began at 9 am Get out of the rut! Come and see .
Westminster Fellowship .... 6 pm Illinois for :five years. He then with the vice superintendent Bro.C. .

accepted a position as designer Tucker In charge. Prayer '
TRIUMPH CHURCH for Daniel Burnham, one of tho meeting -vas conducted !by Dea- Hunter ,
foremost architects con Wise and Deacon Bishop
Prince H. Mobley, pastor of his day. In Armstrong.
Sis. C. McKlnney reporter this capacity! Mr Davison designed Rev Lang delivered the morn- _
Chicago's picturesquelake ing message. The evening mWJ-

Elisha and Naaman, II Kings 5 front, and served as associate sage was delivered by Rev. J. E. WHO IS WELL ,,' \i i" .r! ,,- -

f was the topic of the school of designer of the field museum McClarv.. our revivalist. f ,-,. ,y.'
wisdom lesson on Sunday past. Scone of his original drawings are I Coining events: There will be I KNOWN AS ) ,; _:i e.:','

The memory Verse and devotional on display in the famous art institute balixtlsm Sunday, morning. The
reading was found in Psalm of that city. pastor and candidates will leave PROF. HUNTERFor
33:5 and 33:8-22.: !Mrs. Davison had a career of: the church at 7 am. The public

her otwn. Daughter of a Methodist .is invited.. the past 33 years
Elder K. J. Sconlers pastor of minister she had an excellent 4

Homestead was the host pastor singing voice. She worked ST. MARY'S W. M. .
to' the Union meeting on Sun- with many church choirs. She If you are sick and 3 g an: '

day. All who attended reported also sang in concerts and at one Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor worried or in trouble <" '
a wonderful time. time taught in the Conservatory Mrs. S. Dawklns, reporter "i % .
The topic for the YPE band of Music at Mornlngside' Collegein this is the place to er.
_* was "Philanthropy" St. Matt. Sunday School opened at its
? Soux City, Iowa. usual hour of 8:30 with Mrs. come. Don't stay in the e
51244. am.
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Retiring in 1926, the Davisons S. Dawkins' acting as superinten- rut. Push back the veil r. '
The devotional servicewas moved to Miami where he turn- dent. The lesson y ..
evening
was reviewed by '
ed of the lack of understanding
once more to teaching first in >
( wonderful and the expres- our general superintendent, Rev.
sions were open by Sis. O.- Cald- Miami Edison High, then at MI- H. Demeritte. and bad luck ,, .
ami High. Here he remained as
well. The for the
speaker even- head of the Architectural and Sunday being Children's Day a that seem to hold you -
ing was Elder O. Griffin pistol
dplcy rendered
program was by.
of Key West. His text vyas taken drafting department until his the young ,people with Mrs. C. in your track and adVance -
subsequent retirement in 1947.
from St." Matt. 112830'God is The Davisons are the oldest Bain as mistress of ceremony. forward by the .
Calling. The sermon was very Those appearing for solos
readIngs -
l inspiring. members of the Baha'i Community etc. help of God. +
of Miami. They acceptedthe were Ann Sweeting,

Last Tuesday night was the Faith in 1930 and were members derson Marie ,Thompson Louise Young and Peggy, Miss An-G. Your home and every day life can be made happy.He .

closing of our church rally amthe of the first local Spiritual Parks. Rev. H. Demeritte. Tho will show you to bypass,your enemies and get the

different clubs made their Assembly. which was formed in pastor/ made the 'closing remarks I things that God put in the world for you. Let the
reports. Club 1, $300; 2, $144.54: 1932. I Miss Marva Trotman faithful of God fill
,
our peace soul mind and then the
3, $103.95; 4, $295.25 and 5, $306. They will be honored by the your body
superintendent married
The total amount was $1,150.74. Bahai's! of Greater Miami with a at the church at 12:30 in a lovely power that is in you will be awaken and you will be

The two persons /with the larg- farowlll party to be held 4 p.m. ceremony with the pastor officiating. in a higher state of mind and spirit.

est amount over $100 was, Mother Saturday June 20, in the gardenof Number one and two
M. Williams and Sis. J. Major, the home of Mr. and Mrs. choirs furnished music with Mrs Listen to Radio Station WMIE at 1140 on your

both received two large turkeys William Bethel, 545 NW 26th at. G. MoFord at the organ. dial every Sunday at 6:45 a.m. You are invitedto

as their prize. The devotion at 7:30: was led listen to the Radio Ministry of Bishop\ Hunter of
(Please don't forget our .quar- by the pastor. Mrs. S. Dawkins
terly conference that is now In MT. TABOR BAPTIST I introduced Wilfred Gibson as the Spiritual Temple' of Zion Church located at 5417 .

progress at 1752 NW 1st ct., June M.C. for the return students' pro Southwest 17th St., Hollywood, Fla. Donationwill I

1621.: NOTE Mrs. :Lois Visitors Hicks are reporter always we} gram. Those appearing w ere be accepted for the continuation of this broadcast.Prof. .

Marcia Johnson, Mary Gibson,
ANTIOCH BAPTIST come. Order of Service Yvonne oihnson Marcia Knctwles Hunter's office is open daily from 10 aon. _

Rev. E. D. Richardson,'pastor Sunday School ....................... 9:36 Harold Culmer, Mrs. M. Gibson to 4 p.m. from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. for reading and con-
':Minnie\ T, Copeland, reporter Morning worship 11:00 and Rev.were Demeritte.made by Closing the pastor.remarks > sultation. Closed all day Wednesday. Prof. U licensedby

BTU ....................................... 5:30 !Sunday is Father's Day. Let us the State and County as a Reader.
TThe' Rev. Robinson from Geor- Evening worship .................... 7:30 tribute to fathers. Pray'
g & Will be with us through June pay for the sJclc.Don't our One mile east of 7th Ave. on Highway 441 Old

26,.>' preaching for our Revival ST. FRANCIS XAVIERN.W. Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallendal. Remember
him.
Services. ,Come and hear -
"Let us,.not forget to pray for 4th Ave.. apd 16th Terr, the address, 5417 S.W. 17th St., West Hollywood, v" .
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the success of our revival and Phone FR 9-1424 Fret Fight! I Florida.I .

our shut ins Bros. Bush Nunn, MASSES

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Rev*?Samuel Oar, pastor Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor. How thigh will that goal be?"
Opa Locka Ruth Twiggs, reporter Mrs. L. E. Thomas and Daisy SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1959 PAGE 11
Benson will leave Sunday night
Publicity Committee
"Suffer little children to come for Memphis, Tenn. to ,attend the
Sunday was Youth Day at our unto me and forbid them not, for National Baptist S. S. and B.T.U. Will .
with us. ?
; Ebenezer you come
of such is the Prepare
f church and our pastor preached ven." kingdom of hea- Congress. Rev. Aaron D. Hall, pastor
|to our children.
[: At 3 p.m. the celebration was Sunday School began at the THE INCARNATION For Woman's DayThe Mrs Christina Carterchairman,
held for the payment of the mortgage usual hour with the superintendent -
Mrs. Edna
Mrs. Agnes' Davis 1835 N.W. 54th StreetFr. Amimons, reporter
in
charge.
and
:we had visiting with us women of Ebenezer Methodist
Rev. Evans, the former founderof At 11 am Miss Paulette Hopkinswas Susan. E. S.Butler Clarke, reporterS. Jr., vicar Church continue to com- ....I1..n.__... 1m 1
Mt. Hermon also mistress of ceremony. King bine efforts
Rev. A. J. in order to make "
Beard, the past pastor of this Solomcn Rankin, the speaker, S. and Bible Class .... 9:30: a-m their Woman's Day program, Build up your social. prestige
church. Others visiting were Rev. the gave a very inspiring address on Solemn Sung Mass ......,..... 11 ajm. Sunday, July 12, a wonderful
Smith, Rev. Mack, Rev. Henry. The subject Children, "What Is Expected" of EYC Meeting ...?............... 5:30: p.m Christian experience for all Learn to dance at
During this celebration of Today. Solemn Evensong ........ 7:30 pjm. Mrs. Maggie Lambert Scott Don Strachan' Dance Studio
a Pioneer The ACE League met at 5:30: Tuesday: St. Vincent's will be the morning speaker
Club was organized by our pan. Miss Barbara Bogan was in Acolyte rehearsal 5:30 ,p.m. Mrs. Scott is no newcomer to Miami 7168 NW. 16th Ave PL 7-8768
The
[pastor.who in members the are the 15 charge cif the ''Program at 7 p.m. Wednesday: Low Mass 6:30: am. and is well known in the NI/N..p..N...................__
were making of this Miss Willie Mae Alexander was Evensong with meditation community for her untiring ser-
[great church under the leadership the speaker. 8:00 pjm vice in !her church, and as a ready
of Rev. Evans
[ in 1952.
The pastor and members !wentto Meeting! of the Guild of Our helper to any one in need. !Mrs. I
We were honored to have Rev. Shiloh Baptist Church, Liberty I Lady (altar guild) immediately Scott is a graduate of Fort Val-
;JM. Askieu of New Liberty City City, Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor, after service. ley State College, Ft. Valley, Ga., II
[preach for us at our evening services in an after-service program. spon- Thursday: The choir of St. and, Bethune-Cookman College
Sunday, June 21 will be by the junior choir. Michaels and All Angels She has taught in Dade County I
.rr four,' Baptism Day. On June 10, Mrs. Rosetta Sullivan rehearsal 5:30: pm. for the past 20 years, and is nowa
Our Pastor and family leave Mrs. Agnes Davis and Mrs. Friday: St. Cecelia's choir member of the Liberty City
of. Georgia this week. We ,pray Marjorie Mills motored to Fort rehearsal..........?.., 8:30: pan Elementary School faculty She is
for them a safe trip. Pierce to represent Salters Chapel a devoted daughter' and motherof
in an electrial meeting. We have begun our church two children.

[!N'1. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. You) are always welcome. school summer recreation pro- The theme for Woman's Day, f
gram at the parish"hall, 1700 NW "Forward Through Christian
E. M. Thomas, pastor MT. SINAI BAPTISTRev. 69th st from 9 am. to 1 pan. Service," will come alvie during
Phyllis Myers, reporter Monday thru Friday. The atten- the evening service as
a narra-
S. A. Thomas, pastorD. dance of today is 51. This ,program tor and many participants will '
"There is therefore naw no B., reporterA is opened to the public. Fee give the Christian philosophies of K
Fcondeenmation to them which are $1.00 per family.
fin Christ Jesus, who walk not after 'great Christian thinker has The staff is as follows: Director outstanding times women from 'biblical
I, the flesh, but after the spirit." I said, "No power is greater than , Father E. S. Clarke Jr., 'program I women.down through modern miw
We began another Sunday with, that which comes through prayer. director, Mrs. Sheba Mar-
." Think of the atomic The entire day is being: arranged -
the
Sunday School which began ener- tin; music, Mrs. Julie R. Clarke
.' at the usual hour with Deacon' G., gies, missiles of destruction, the instructors, Wilfred Barry and and (planned, as to give you,
Mann, superintendent in charge. sputnik in the age of space. Now school mother, Mrs. Beatrice. our Christian friends and mem- COMMUNITY DRUGS
bers
we ask ourselves this a day of real enjoyment
The lesson for the morning was question, I Robinson.
"Elisha and Naaman" which was "What shall /iwe do in a world of The Saints Ann-Mangaret! chap- Please come and share the day 6760 N.W. 15th A.....
reviewed by Sister Rosa Mae so many developing hatreds of ter of the Episcopal churchwomenof
Green. racism around us and against us? the Incarnation is sponsoringa
We do need to learn the use of night of games party at the
At 11 ajm.conducted the devotional service power that is greater -than these home of Mrs. Winifred Johnson, OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
was by Deacon --prayer? 1921 NW 59th st. on Friday, June
Smith. The music .
for the morning -
: was furnished by the Junior We enjoyed a great religious 26, 830.: The public is invited. SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
feast on the first Sunday. We Admission free. There will be
choir, then our pastor delivered
sales. PSYCHIC READER
the morning message, subject. "I thought the greatest for the
Going Home" found Luke 15:18.: month, but not so on last Sun- L
At 4 pan we had our Children day, 'beginning in Sunday School,
we had a glorious day The Now
Day program and it was very Open!
good. school was almost crowded and
we enjoyed a beautifully taught
Sunday night the devotional lesson by the several teachers, ELITE
service was conducted by the the activities indulged] and best of SHOE SHOP
Junior Deaconesses. The music all the general review renderedby
for the night was furnished by the 'pastor "Elijah and Naa- 842 N.W. 3rd Ave.
the male chorus. Then a visiting man" carries the essence of obedience -
minister, Rev. F. T. Thomas ren- and faith. Your Shoes Talk About You . .
dered a wonderful message, subject (Lock Look I and Listen 1 The ELITE SHOE REPAIRING keeps .
"Patience, Comfort and men and woman's day will 'be thorn looking like NEW
Hope." found Romans 15:4.: combined and celebrated. Who Give us a trial
Visitors are always welcome to will raise the most money? The Arthur "Key West" Sands, prop.

come and worship with us at any men of course. We ask this ques- ,--- ,
time.

EBENEZER METHODIST

Rev. Aaron D. Hall, pastor I I Do you own property in the Bahamas Let .my years of Experience guide and protect you through

Ernestine L. Hambrick, reports I Life M A Lighthouse guides the ship In a storm
Would you like to sell-or buy?
Services were as usual on last W1IKN OTIIKIU3 FAIL YOU SElf MM
Sunday with Sunday School: beginning -
WRITE TO For Success in Business And Love
at 9:30: a.m.
The pastor accepted members CONSULT HER -

church.into the full membership of the SANDS REALTYP.O. You can now have your home made happy

Yours Truly would like to extend Get and Hold the position you *o long wanted

my greatest appreciation to Don't Stay in the rut, get out now
Otis: James and his personell of Box 1147 Nassau, Bahamas By the help of God she can help you
the Afro American. Life Insur-
ance Co. for the wonderful pro. Remove evil influence, if you are tick, worried or in

gram. presented on Sunday night, troubleIt

which was a financial{ success. 'will pay you to call and see this Gifted Medium First
Senior usher board No. 2 will
have charge of class meeting on WANTED Where thousands come yearly for help and advice, yon too can

Tuesdayniht.. be touched by this strange mysterious power

On this Sunday the youth of WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe
the church will have charge of EASTERN STAR OR MASON
same God who delivered Hoses and the children of Israelof
services throughout the day and
4 o'clock to 6 o'clock. You are (or Former Member) old Is still alive today and will open a way for yon through
invited to come out and help the troubled seas of life. Let not him that Is blind lead you or
them celebrate their first tea in EARN GOOD MONEY you stumble with him.

very the social interesting hall of program the church.has A Write at Once tot them Do you? doubt the existence of things because you cannot see

been planned for enjoymentOur
your
sick and shut-ins are Sisters REV. WM. V. BANKS What do you think of the Invisible waves and sounds that

Melvinia Davis, 15821 NW make Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television possible?

18th ct., Creola Parker, 418 NW q 2101 Gratiot Ave. A seed before It prouis, lies concealed, secret, silent In the
18th St., Francis Hyler, 314A NW ; dark earth or womb of Nature. THKRB IS AN "UNSEEN
14th St., Olive Williams, 1742 NW Detroit 7, Michigan
3rd court. POWER"

Therefore, acquaint yourself "
TEMPLE BAPTIST with the one who i I. an L"

Sunday, Father's Day will befittingly authority. Whose private

observed. Appropriate For FREE Pick-up and consultation will evolve you r '
.
messages will be delivered, and Delivery Service on to a higher state of mind. q
the Men's Chorus, directed by
, Bro. R Hepburn, with Miss E. Prescription All Information is {
w: Douglas at the piano, wiU sing at '
.," both morning and evening ser- SERVICE Strictly Confidential q, s
; vices. Plan to spend the day at
, w Temple. a Ali DRUG STORE Office Hours 0 a.m.-8 p.m.

. (Rev. George Sawyer, who un- "Prescription Compounding 10 to 1 .
Sundays a.m. '
: r p.m. -"
at
both ,
} : deqwent surgery on eyes t.
" I,' the Christian Hospital recently, is apselallets" Don't Write-Call In Person
" at Brother Robert
home also
Sundries Gifts
w Hudson returned hcme from DAILY READING '1.00 UP
ackson Memorial Hospital this ? Patent Medicine
week. Brother Chas. Ambrose is Card 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Greeting
gradually improving from wounds. R
sustained ,when he was cut and 1240 N.W. 3rd Are. MADAM HUNTER
robbed by bandits two weeks

ago. SIDNEY T. COX Phone FRanklin 3-2932 1657 N.W. 73rd St., Miamit
Pharmacist
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Mrs. Rozell Johnson, oef, 2260
__ _-. .......... _.iII '-"-_' NW 66th st., met an untimely
J death on Saturday, June 13. Sheis
OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn survived by. t her '% husband,

*,: of Arthur; three children, Queen
sad but loving memory
The family of the late,
Esther, Llllie Mae and Cynthia
,_, EMMA L. PERKINS our loved cne, Alice, two sisters Eddie Lee Red T '
of West Palm Beach, wishes to ding and Edith Monroe, a brother \- \ :*;0 1 1
thank all of its friends for cards, Willie C. Collins, and a.host CHILDREN CARE. Call Mrs JOB OPPORTUNITIESThe
telegrams, flowers and cash do- of'other relatives She will lie' in Johnson PL 7-0227. Greater Miami Urban

repose in the chapel beginning: at League announces job opportunities -
i'eavement.
noon Friday until 11 pjm. 'Friday Record ,layers; $300, socks for the following: positions:
Mrs. Solcmon Doster and the night Final rites will be con: 19c, suits $3.95, skirts 25c, belts
neighbors of NW 6th ave. and ducted on Sunday, June 21 in 6 for Ic, radios, work clothes Vt Housoparent (girls catnip),
6thct., who helped so very much River Junction, Fla. price Ladies shoes 29c, men's Stores Clerk I, Ramp Clerk,
We shall never forget you, and vp J shoes $1.00 pair 100 other items Communications Technician,
may, God bless all of you. Henry Hcward, of 550 NW 14th' 1346 NW 3rd ave., UN 53157. Typist Clerk, Key Punch Aerator -
The Perkins Family st.,, apt 1 died, at Jackson Memo- (trainee), Key Punch Operator -
rial Hospital on June 12. He is WANT A ,WOME Clerk T, Clerk Typist I, Clerk

SIN MEMORIAM !survived by his wife, Mary P, You want a hme that is care- Stenographer.
: two step-daughters, two nieces fully planned? It ,,\"ould pay you For information call the Urban
'
Tin beloved
of
loving memory my Emma Watson and Alam Reeves; League at 395 NW First St., Ph.
i wife, I to let me plan it. For I have yearsof
tUo nephews. Funeral serviceswere FR 16476.
' HANNAH MAE BOYD ROGERSwho experience.: Alexander Seymour -
this life June 19 conducted on Wednesday, architect-engineer, 1316
1955. departed June 17 at 2 pan at the Churchof NW 5th ave., Miami 36, Phone FOR SALE
God with the pastor, Elder FR 19533. '4804 SW 18th St., W.
and take restI
Sleep on your FURNISHED one room efficiency
Burial
Dancy, officiating was
YU 3-9987,
love but God loves best Hollywood;
you you held at Evergreen Cemetery. apartment. All modem conven-
James R. Rogers, husband K'r' jun 27 iences. Located near two bus

Shirley M Reed Rogers, +:, f ; ,. Offie Branham of 1603 NW: 6th lines. 3268 NW 46th st. Phone
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daughter .' ':; : ct, died in Jackson Memorial Help WantedFor OX 1-3528.
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Ann niece { if I
Patty Boyd,
Hospital on Saturday, June 13. the best in Beach Jobs see
He is survived by his wife Rosa Mrs Mac. We are !placing cooks, 2>,'2 STORY, CBS building Three
IN MEMORIAMIn THOMAS WILBERFORCE two sons, four grandchildren, a housekeepers, maids and childcare large apar'ments: and store or of-
MINGO sister, Elizabeth Lee of Starke, I I women in year around po- fice. Make cffer. 2260 NW 62ndst
memory of our loving mother who departed this life at Key I Fla., three brothers, Mint of Val- !I sitions-salaries to $50.00. S. A Beyer, owner, Rt. 2,

MRS. ANNA LEE West, June 21, 1955. dosta, Ga., Charles, of Oldtown Hostesses, we are paying $2.00 Box 1052, Naples, Fla., Midway
vision Fla., and Ben of this city. transportation on any live-in girl 2-2344. .
to 21 1958. To comes a
laid rest on May our memory
eral services we place. Come early in a.m. andbrin.'C
Gone, but not forgotten. May That our hearts can never forgetOf were Fun-I
clothesARELIABLE. LOTS, 2 beautiful lots in nice,
Thursday, June 18 at 2 .
she rest in peace. our loved one with his tender
Mt. Sinai Baptist Church with EMPLOYMENT.. airy location in Ft. Lauderdale
care for us
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Daughters: ,
y SERVICE Selling cheap Phone PL 4-5132.
Rev. S. A. Thomas officiating.
For the face
Mrs Willie B. Jackson of years forgottenStill .
432 Espanola Way, Miami Beach '
remains. Burial was held in Evergreen '
Mrs. Rosa M. Simson
Mrs. Maggie L. Sands We see It yet, and his brow reflects Cemetery. EXPECTING TO BUILD? Con- .FOR RENT ..,
the light of Calvary.
fr' Tho' our loved one has departed, Mrs. Margaret Gaiter died sult CONNIE COLLINS. TUxedo MODERN 2-bedroom apt., stove,
IN MEMORIAM Still we feel his si;irit near Sunday, June 14 Funeral servicesto 7-6926, regarding designing, refrigerator and water, quiet
In sad but loving memory oi As he pleads before the Heav- be held Saturday, June 20. house plans, supervision. Inquire 844 NW 70th st, apt B.
our dear husband and father, enly Father's throne Bain Funeral Home in charge of \ Jun 13.
MR. NOBLE WILLIAMSwho And his ,prayers our life shall the arrangements. She leaves to STORE and large apt as one or
departed this life June 20, answer mourn her loss a son, Nathaniel, DOMESTIC HELP, day workers, separate. $65 month. 2260, NW
1956. For we long to meet him there, and daughter, Louise Saunders $7.00. Also office help. Apply 62nd StFURNISHED
Gone, but not forgotten May he And to see the Christ \who boughtus 14 grandchildren and four brothers. Aloha and AAA Employment
rest in !peace. Agencies, 423 NE 1st ave Phone 2 bed-room houseat
Mrs Gertrude Williams For His own. FR 3- 813 or FR 14446. jun13 1577 NW' 70th st. 'Quiet, fenc-
And Family Mrs. Julia Mingo, wife ed in. Fcr further informationcall
Mrs Ernestine Welters WANTED WOMEN Sow easy ready-cut NA 1-6654 .
daughterMrs. wrap-a-round aprons home Earn
IN MEMORIAMIn
Vandelean Edwards, LEASE VACANT HOUSE for $26.16 dozen Spare time write ROOMS. North .Miami ''Dea h.
In loving memory of, daughter long term. Suitable for rooming Accurate MfgT's, Freeport, New PL 7-60J5: or WI 5-3152. I ,*. .
Mrs. Rosebud Hall, sister house. Will consider established York.
r Geraldine Laster, business on small down payment. FURNISHED ROOMS. Near'
granddaughter Responsible party. Write care of FOR SALE50x150 downtown. $8.00 to 1200. Phone
Harry Mingo, brother the Miami Time, Box 662. Jul4SOOTIN'S FR 4-2708 or apply Cozy R'OZY' ,"
DEERFIELD BEACH .c.. 527 NW 5th avc'. .
on SE. 2nd Ct. East of S.E. Is \ \

Terr. Terms. Call Miami FRank.n FURNISHED front room. Private
TVFor I--WU Ind. home. Phone PL 7.0015 after
4:30: pan
Reconditioned TV's From $19.95 ROOMING HOUSE. Suitable for
beauty salon with separate living HOUSE
For The Finest Service on All TV Makes & Models quarters on busy 62nd st. 1172 and living Two-bedroom room, !porch., Opposite dining

Try us You'll Like us NW 62nd st. indf Orchard Villa School. Unfurnished -

321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3-1589 I LOT 50 x 150. West Hollywood, 1371 NW 58th st., $25 a week.

More than 25 years\ of reliable service Carver Ranches. Call OX 1-7784. ROOM with private entrance.

Indf 1032A NW 69th st.
f., rYes
f Yt a LOT with unfurnished commercial -
building on Pembroke Roadin
Carver Ranches. $5,000. Call
OX 1-9855, Al Robinson. Jun20! For Rent

FURNISHEDEFFICIENCY

!t. ,.;,. ';''Jit ... .' .,, .4f APTS.
1 , ,'7/ elf 4e1KN fiy1'M and ntttt tmk' .
16.00 Per Week
75x100 CORNERWill
MR. PERCY RITCHIE
Free Gas
'who'' departed this life June 15, v ...:;
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finance
plan, and build .Free Electricity
1958. ....:!= -=.:.,
-- your home on large corner A Yes Free Water
Your memory is still with us,
And soon our light too will fail See lot on Free Stove

Would like to express our NAV. 72nd ,St. 'Free Refrigerator

thanks to many friends and and 21st Ave. Newly decorated, attractive
neighbors for cards and flowers. Y furniture
.Special thanks to Rev. E. J. LESTER C. ALBERT Funeral Director And phone JE 8-3709

Clarke plastering, employees Co. for tle&raims cf the ,U also S. 6942 N.W. ISth Avenue OX 1-7661 CAPPER CONST. CORP. 4190 N.W. 32nd Ave.

fine service of Range Funeral ... "
.IM'
'" Home.iMrs.. "
," Bloneva Ritchie, wife "COURTEOUS, EFFICIENT SERVICE"

...And FamilyBrother With Prices to Meet The Family Requirements


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Broad St., on Wednesday, June
17, after. an extended period of
Illness. In addition to his brother -
'he, Is survived by a mother
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Orlando' Mrs.' Eunice Jackson of A Fact to Consider When Selecting a Funeral Home --

New York 'City and Mrs. Minnie: 15727 N.w. 17th AVENUE.)QAMI,FLORIDA ......... OX 1-4111. OX MSUTHE
,Belle Neal of Jacksonville; two MANKER FUNERAL HOME

sons-in-lajw, John Arnold and O.*r W AUIaIIe.....,Ontn o.ar ............ E.1.1..r..,..... DIY.d.r
\ Emanuel Neal a sister-in-law, 6701 N.W. 15th Ave. OX 1.9151 PL 7.7038
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THE MIAMI TIMES "The '' "' .....'f
Peoples' Newspaper"SATURDAY - - - MEN'S DAY A ItJA4t
JUNE 20, 1959 PAGE 13 .
Strictly: KENNY ST. JAMES :

Mahalia Jackson at moving appearance in the trium- JAZZ SUNDAY . w
Dinner Audit phant technicolor movie "Imita- DREW TRIO
Key tion of Life." She will sing
By STANLEY SWEETING "Troubles of the World" in each
Florida appearance just as' she Pianist with Buddy Rich's Orchestra.
Mahalia Jackson acclaimed by did In the film hit.' .
[many leading critics as the fcre- (Tickets l are now on sale at the
[most Gospel singer in the world following places: North's Travel HOTEL ,.a, it.
[today will make ,personal ap- Bureau 1104 NW 3rd ave., SIR JOHN
pearances in four major Florida 'phone FR 9-6779; J and J Sundries -'
[cities starting Friday night June 1410 NW 62nd st., ,phonePL N.W. 3rd Ave. COR. 6th ST., MIAMI .
$$26 in a program entitled "An 7-7954; Grand Drugs, 3640
Evening of Golden Godcel Grand ave., Coconut Grove ,
[Music. phone HI 8-1759; Neal' Super 1a
Opening in Miami's huge Diner Market, 4825 NW 27th ave., phoneNE
Key auditorium on Friday 44965. .
flight, Miss Jadkson will play before Ernie Busker, promoter of this
mixed audiences for her gigantic attraction, feels that A FEW EFFICIENCY ,to
[fanatical fans cf spiritual .song in Miami is ready to welcome and
Tampa, Jacksonville and Orlando. support such big name" gospel ,
Her national and global. acclaim attractions like the Dinner Key' '
was'" recently enhanced by her offering 'of Mahalia. Jackson. Apartments AvailableAT 1'M



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2 Houses UnfurnishedREADY SIR JOHN HOTEL The REV.llth H. McNEAL annual Men19 HARRIS Day

will be observed at St. James
TO MOVE IN AME Church Sunday beginning
with the Sunday School at 9:30:
276 N.W. 6th STREET
am.The
men of the* hurch and the
CALL AT OFFICE
community will have charge of
the services throughout the day.
GOODMAN'S REAL ESTATE At the 11 a.m. services WalterL.

Johnson Ph.d., head of the
2688 N.W. 62nd Street 24-hour Telephone Switchboard Agronomy department at FloridaA
and M University will be the
guest speaker' Mr. Johnson' is a
NE 5-0931
Swimming Pool and member and trustee of Bethel
AME Church, Tallahassee. We are
extending an invitation to the
Recreational Facilities members, friends and public at
June20 large to be present Sunday mornIng -
to hear this distinguished
SPIRITUAL INsPIRATIONMahalia JU cs t.
At the 7 p.m. services a very
Interesting program will be ren-
dered by the male chorus and
Jackson truly you will miss a treat It
you don't hear them
DON'T MISS EFFIEAT
The men have pledged to make
this event the greatest in the his
THE tory of the church. A cordial invitation -
In Person is extended to everyoneto
be present You are welcome

JAM CLUBFRIDAY
JIM Reading ClassesAt

Dorsey

SATURDAY SUNDAYChickie If your little JohnnJe isn't reading -
as well as you think, he
should .be, here's good news.
1. Summer reading classes will beheld
at Dorsey for pupils in ftth
and 6th grades and all Junior
high school pupils who llvo, : lt)
yb the Liberty City and Brownsvhlareas .
J .
Registration date: Monday
June 22. Registration fee I is $1.90.
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Recreational ".;

V } ;W.. Program at Phyllis I 1'

wjIt Wheatley ,1\

From June 22 to July 31",,the\
s I1 L k Phyllis Wheatley Elementary
School will sponsor the following ( '
recreational activities for
riIh i children: Singing, dancing, .draw-
: Ing. r-vlmmlna trios, etc. "'U
,p:ij The school Is doing this free,
//1{ ; and parents are asked to' send
>>
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their children. The time is 9
.
'. 4 pjm.Miami.
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AN EVENING OF GOLDEN q Barber

College 'OpensFriday

MUSICONE 1 ; ttb evening, June 12 was:

GOSPEL ber open College house for the Miami Bar-".

The new school for barbers 1 It
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located at 103 NW 14th st., on
ONLY
NIGHT the property recently purchased
from Trinity Wesleyan Church.

FRIDAY JUNE 26 -

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Doors Open 8 p.m.-
Very nice 2-bcdrocm, Florida
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principal of Bethune ;Elementary Welma Stcfwart and Jemmie
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JUNE! 20, 1059America's Spends Weekend in School. Supervising, the activitieswere Dennis.

-.... ........ Charles and Thelma Northof
--- Nassau North's Travel Bureau. .
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Key WeSt Southernmost> City walked Twenty-three ddwn the gang smiling plank faces of Carolyn Maxine Terry Williams, Margaret, Judy Blocker White,,' J. B. SMITH '

. the sjs. Florida Monday morning Willerena Williams, Mary Ann ELE'CTRICSERVICE'
I' after weekend In Nas-
l a glorious
Clayton, Barbara Campbell, Bar- .
The St. Joseph's Kindergarten Grand United Order of Pallbearers sau.These bara Alexander, Linda Adams,
presented its annual graduationand of America, Inc. The Key. young folks were all Valdoria Solomon, Mrs. Docia
Electrical Contractor
play, "The Land of Spring- West Undertaking Co. had charge' members of Bethune Elementary Howell, Mrs Bryant Wallace, W.
time" in the gym of Douglass of arrangements' School Safety Patrol group. Un- Bryant, Christopher Booker, An- HOUSEWIRING
High School, Monday, June 3. der leadership of Mrs. Verneka drew Hopkins, Robert Wilson,
The entire performance was 8 Evening ClassesAt ) Silva they were able to make this Wayne Browns, Gladstone Young, "Don't CUM Call us"
reward for the excel-
trip as a
grand success. Twenty-eight! Phillip Rutledge, G. Floyd, Bev-
pupils were presented their cer Booker T. school lency of ,their work during the erly Johnson, Evelyn Adams, PHONE OX 1.3625 .
year.
tificates. Archie Gallon.
This kindergarten is sponsoredby Adult evening classes In typing The Miami patrol was met and /Those making the trip from Night or Day ..
Mrs. Ellen Welters Sanchezand citizenship and sowing are now> welcomed to Nassau by a patrol Bethune High School in Folkston,
her co-worker, Mrs. W. going on nightly at Booker T. group of uniformed Girl Guides Gecrgia were Robert DeLoach,
Bastian. Washington High School. The (Girl Scouts) under the directionof <
typing class Is .held each Mon- Mrs. Mildred A. Salwyer. The
Mrs. Nellie Thompson Adams, day and Wednesday evening from Nassau 'patrol came aboard the I
mother of Douglass Adams and 7 to 10 o'clock. The fee is $4.00 ship and were ,presented to the
cousin of Mrs. Ethel Whitehead for registration and materials. patrols of Miami by Charles Different! Just Arrived! And New
spent a month's vacation here as Miss Estelle Waller is the instructor North of North's Travel Bureauof
the house guest of Miss Amanda in charge. Miami. Both 'groups immedi-
Johnson, 816 Thomas st. Mrs. The class in citizenship meets ately struck Up friendships and LE BELLE
Adams, a former Key Wester, each Tuesday and Thursday with the permission: from those in
makes her home in Miami. evening from 7 to 9 o'clock. The charge the two groups went on a FROM, WASHINGTON, D.C.
registration fee is $2.00 and Miss sightseeing stroll of the city and
\Miss Betty Jean Sawyer, grand Marie (Roberts is the instructorIn on the grounds of( Fort Charlotte SPIRITUAL MEDIUM and PSYCHIC READER
of Mrs. Rowena Finder, charge. where a patriotic program was in
daughter WILL
TELL YOU EVERYTHING YOU ,WISH TO KNOW without

210 Olivia St., left the city on The class in sewing is held progress, celebrating the birth-
Sunday to spend her vacation each Monday, Wednesday and day of Queen Elizabeth. of Eng- asking any questions! A guide to succeM In \ja.ll :affair of

with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Friday evening from 7 to 10 land. life such as love, marriage, health business, 'lost or stolen
Ersflcine Sawyer% West Palm o'cKcck. The registration flee is Sunday morning the Miami articles. Tells ,you whom and ,when you (will ,marry reunites the
Beach. $2.00 and Miss Annabelle Harris I patrol attended John Wesleyan
and Mrs. Culmer are the instructors Church and Sunday School. In separted, causes speedy and happy marriages. Is

\Mrs. Martha Welters of 409 in charge. Interested the afternoon the Miamians the one you love held from you by another
Smith Lane is sick at her resi- persons may register for any 'o>f walked around the park and explored LeBELLE can restore this person's affection to
dence. Friends and relatives of these classes on any evening that the colorful water front. you!
the class is held. Those with relatives and friendsin
this community wish her a '
Nassau Are you pulled back by evil forces She can
were granted permis-
speedy recovery. Hear Ye! Hear Ye! sion to visit them. tell you from what dlrecton It Is coming.

Mrs. Sarah Roberts of 827 I The officers and crew of the Don't be handicapped all your life by someone

Emma St. is still ill at her home. St. John's Day will be observed ship were high in their praise of else's evil work against you. Come to LeBELLE
Friends wish her well again.! by Aldrich Lodge No. 14, the conduct of the group on the today.. She (guarantees to locate the source of your trouble In
trill Mrs.
Fran
Kozak in chargeof
working under the Most Worshipful one visit. Power Is might! The strongest all!
On the sick list: Mrs. Lottie Prince Hall Grand Lodge school 'groups: for the s.s. Flor- power conquers
Newbold, Mrs. Opal Adams, Mrs. AF and AM. Scottish Rite Masons ida, made a personal visit to Mrs. Let LeBELLE demonstrate this fact
Beatrice McIntosh, Mrs. Anna Silva to express her pleasure of
of Florida and its Jurisdiction -
Welters and Mrs. Jessie Dean. Rev. L. W. Howard 33 degree I the children's behavior and extend What you see and hear you are bound to believe!
Grand Master. ., the full facilities of the ship Confidential ''Readings Dally and Sunday-Closed Wednesday

DEATHS The program will be held Sun- tivities.to her for any further school ac- Hours 7 a.m. to 7 ''p.m. !Take buses No. '311' 14, 15 directly to

Gilbert Albury, 609 Petronia day, June 21, 2:30 pan at St. Accompanying the Flagler St. and 2, 17. Get off at at '16th Ave. and 'Flaglsr St at
patrols
st., died last Saturday at Monroe John Institutional Baptist Church as
General Hospital after a short Rev. T. Johnson, pastor. All the chaperons were Mrs. Bernice'be Howard Johnson's and look for BLUE BELL and HAND /SIGN.

illness. Masonic family is Invited to
participate ALL ARE WELCOME. REMEMBER THE ADDRESS .
and the public is invited.
Funeral services held
were on Ill. E. F. Aldrioh, W. M. responsible; for each
June 14 from Cornish Memorial delegate'ssleeping. 1651 W. Flagler Street Miami Fla.
AME Zion Church. Ill Walter Wiles, Sec'y Registration begins June ,
24 at 4 service June20
The Rev. A. pan. Opening
F. Hooper officiated. '
.Wednesday at 7:30.
SUNDAY 'SCHOOL :
Survivors include two daugh- .
.1 ne20
ters, Mrs. Irene Anvbrister, Mrs. CONVENTIONATHALLANDALE .
.
Rose Bailey; a son, Glenwood; : ( :: !> -. = ::- = !!! .. .. .till'
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I Mrs.Timlberlake' Eleanor of Major Ncjw of York Key, West and; JUNE 24-28 For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call .

two stepsons, Thomas L. Major,
and Charles L. Major of Key The Rev. F. A. Allen, presiding .
West, a brother, Joseph of St. elder of North Miami District of
Petersburg; four grandchildren, the AME Church, Bishop & Sher- BONDED COLLECTION
six great grandchildren, numer man Green, senior bishop, will
ous nieces, nephew and cousins. hold the Sunday School convention
(Mr. Albury was a member of at Ward Chapel, 10th st. in
I St. Albans Lodge No. 15 of the Hallandale, Rev. D. A. Russell,

1 r: co :: :: :: pastor.The theme: "Progressive Leadership AGENCY Inc.'The lr .
in the Community" will
HARLEM SQUARE highlight the meeting. The subtopics '

SWEET SHOPA to ,be discussed by various
church groups are: Leadership in I
PULL LINE OP GROCERIES the Church, School and Home largest collection and rental :
Each minister will register with ,_
COLD CUTS COSMETICS 50 '
cents.
The agency in the South operating in : ..
SOS N.W. 10th Street convention will assume the ; , : Y
responsibility of feeding all dele- .
gates and the local churches will Dade and Broward Counties' Negro ,; : '
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BCG LEADERSHIP SATURDAY, JUNE! 20, 1959 PAGERS,

r CONFERENCEJames

K E. Huger public relations 300 ATTEND
officer of Bethune-Cookman
College, states that on Monday, MORTICIANCONVENTION For The Highest in
'Jtacr c nvoE June 15, 350 principals, supervisors
and well-wishers registered COSMETICSCall
at the college for the 29th annual
IN NASSAUNearly
McBRIDE, the com- The, recent eradication of Local Leadership Work Confer- YUkon 3.5681
.mercial artist, brought out a union and the full force of 655 .-ence. Registration was held in 300 delegates to the Fla. "SANDS"
strong point in defense of regis- has 'bettered the musicians take Moore gym June 14-15. The gen- Morticians Association convention
tering and voting the other day home -pay from $50 to $75, but eral session began Monday, June arrived here Tuesday, June 18 Alto
It happened 'at a popular 15th there's another interference i 15. for three days of business sessions Miami Times Newspaper
Ave.*tavern where Liberty City- view. Too many clubs are com tours and entertainment.Two .
ites and gcsslp seekers chew the mercializing- the weekend tab. One hundred fifty school dances, including the
rag. The discussion at this par- It's good for the clUb, but the lunch program, sponsored jointly President's Ball will highlight the
ticular time was the Tallahassee band takes a terrible beating by the State Department of Education programme arranged by Nassau"
ha t.ening. The fellows were on Monday through Wednesday and Bthune-Cookman Morticians as hosts
somewhat displeased with the recent There's no happenings for musicians College. Miss Florence L. Wag- The Colonial Secretary, A. G, .
court action. Several felt as I .. . Add wedding bells ner, assistant school lunch supervisor Knox Johnston, and the 'president HICKS'Photo
if the case was one that weighed' Doris L. Thomas, who used to indicates that a strong of the legislative Council, Sir O, Studio
justice according to race. Someone pen a teenage column for this experienced faculty will work W. K. Roberts, greeted the conventioneers -
'stated that one should look bade sheet and the defunct Miami with the group from June 15-28. in cerdmonles Tues- *
ever the record and check the UUrn Fine PortraitsJames
day night.
Whip' under the by-line "Legs
number of Negroes burned for College credit may be grantedto Delegates, headquartered at
Thomas will E. Hicks
splice with Leo those Prop.
this tyte of crime and how many Pender Jr., July 19 at six. The persons above the high the luxurious May Fair Hotel,
school level
were given terms to sors:' of! romance will climax at 2350 NW however, all persons began business meetings Wednesday Studio t
classify justice in the present 154th St., in Opa Locika. isfactory registered progress and will making receive sat- and concluded Thursday 2440 NW 60th St.
The President's Ball at which
case.Mack credit in their
listened silently to the area of specialization. President fiscal Hlllman formally Phone NE 3.3166
pros and cons in the "trial" of this DON STRACHAN It planning presented delegates to the
case in the tavern court until he a tour to San Juan, Brazil and public Wednesday night, high-
could stand no more. He pulledout Trinidad. He tabbed 'his happening / SWIM CLASSES AT lighted the convention.

his voter's registration card : Voo-dongo . Alvin Hous- "
challenged the debaters to pro- ton is back on the scene after a DIXIE ;POOLThe
duce a card, saying: "You and stay at the Veterans Hospital ,
maybe you could have been the The Sonny Jennings (Wilh 1- I American Red Cross( learnto Apartments For Rent
judge and part of the jury that mina) are building a fabulous' swim program starts at Dixie
brought such a verdict, but as home opposite JESCA on 66th Park Swimming Pool, NW 4th
long as we neglect the 'God- st.: , The Jolly Social Club ave. and 13th at., June 15. All ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS
given .gift to votewe will haveto is passim invites to its first annual parents are asked and urged to
undergo such and accept the! Slip July 12 , Steve and register their children 5 to 18 'In choice Liberty City neighborhood
issue as it stands." Betty Polle celebrated their 3rd years old for the free summer
Isn't it true?? Have you reg anniversary June 17. The twionimlng lessons. Hardwood floors, Venetian blinds, refrigerator, stove,
istered to vote??? James People had theirs a day Your child twill be under 'prop
hot and cold 1495 N.W. 67th St. $15 week
water.
later . The Crusade For Vot- er and constant supervision by per
ACCORDING to reports FidelCairo's ers will stage their dynamic Bill Miles and his staff of QuaIl-
"bond! system" for the weapons: Medgar Evers and ; tied life guards. Call PL 1.1756
wedkly lottery is a complete flop.I Ruby Hurley at 'Stella nass Each child must be registered
DENNIS SMITH Real Estate Investor
The govern menf will soon revertto meeting at Greater. Bethel Sun- by an adult member of the fam- ,
the ald-! 's4hloned lottery in day, June 28, "The Mississippi ily before he can take swimming
place of the current deal which Lynch Story," to highlight the lessons: Register your children

gave "investors" 'an opportunity; meet. now. I
to pick up a small rate of inter- We also urge adults to learn to
est over a 10-year period. Pasto- swim Swimming lessons will be
rina Nunez who runs the lottery JUNE 'BIRTHDAYS: 20th, June given by certified swimming in-
has been trying to force the sale Manning; 22nd, Ora Lee Haywood, structors. CITYELECTRONICS
MAGIC
of bonds in stores and hotels, but Lewis Barnes; 23rd, Cherry Ro- Give your child permission to
Castro's finally throwing in the tier, Barbara Bradley, Anltra go to the pool, where he or she
sponge. LeJean Pope, Prince Culmer, will be (,properly supervised he
Elsa Barrow; 25th, Emerald Robinson will less likely to go to a rock
THE CHARLES BYRDSONGS- I Edwin' DeJflerltte, Alber- pit and maybe drowned.
marriage reception for their tha Heyward, James Shelly, An- Join the crusade to save lives!!
daughter Blanche Charlene and tionetta Silca, Joycelyn!; Burroughs 1208 N.W. 62nd Street

Them as. Johnson Jr., is Sunday, Michelle A. Davis; 20th,
June 28 at the home of the Willie Willie Mae James, Emily Lewis, Join The NAACP RADIO TV PHONOGRAPHS
and George Pete. -
Scotts Barbara Calhoun to
give up her U.S. residence for SALES SERVICE .
the Isle of Pink Pearls when she
and Teddy North of Nassau ex- RUPTURED ?<
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make his total of four (fully outfitted A General Health Service !, '
teams in this area. Reducing 21 S.W. 18th Ave. FR 8'M48BARKLEY'S 0 FAST SERVICE .J" v

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THE MIAMI TIMES-'The People' Newspaper" Miss. Lynch Story Expression ThanksThe Expression of Thanks". ',

PAGE.16 SATURDAY, JUNE. 20,,1959. 'To be Heard' < members of St. Jude's To the many Mends and relatives -
Guild express highly their thanks (who showered me with use
*"*"- **"""*""* ** II
11 i i,1 - i i.i T t I. and appreciation to all who help- ful gifts and words of encouragement -
Medgar Evers NAACP field ed to, make their annual beack upon my recent graduation,
secretary In Mississippi will givea
Personal Mention 'cl se-up story til the lynching party a success,The proceeds will I would like to extend my heart- .,'
of Partker, and the untimely mur- 'go towards the building of the felt thanks.
. der of Emmett Till, both of Mis- I new St. Franclq Xavier school. 't Patricia E. Beeman
.. I I -- ... ,. sisslppi .at a city-wide. mass -------
;Mr. and''Mr*. Melvin; Jackson Congratulations mating 'schecf led ':for Sunday, ..,
visit June 28 at 3:30: pan in the audi-
week from a
returned last torium the Bethel AME Church
to WUberforce, Ohio, where they The members of the Orioles of
went to attend the graduating ex- Social Club wish to thank their I 'Mrs. Ruby' Hurley, regional STARMEATMARKET.
ercises at Central State College many friends who helped to make secretary of the NAACP with I
from which their daughter, Hel- the Beach Party a success. Con- headquarters 'in Atlanta, will also .1
.en Montgomery graduated. gratulations go to contestants address the meeting. The meetingis
Unfortunately on June 8 at the Mrs. Massie Wells, first prize; being sponsored Jointly by the 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
college Mrs. Jackson experienced Mrs. Retia Miles, second prize; NAACP and the Crusade for
a freak accident. Her left loot Miss Vera L Williams third Voters '
was broken. She was treated at . COURTEOIJS .
In prize.Mrs. THE MARKET WITH SERVICE .
the Greene Memorial Hospital Mary Howard, presidentMiss
Xenia, Ohio before returning Albertha. Fort, SERVICES RENDERED .
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'recovering nicely at her home, "Building Plans"
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artist at a reasonable price. Fresh Meat-Low Prices
Jerry Finder, Opo Locka, who Register Today! Call Connie Collins, TU 76928.
"underwent an operation at the julyll I
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Mrs. Maxwell Thompson who t ,_ ; _41 -
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(who.is' Circuit Magistrate in In Northwest .
Nassau, Bahamas, was at her ;.U k
beedside. The Thompsons hope to % ___ 1
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Henry E. A. McKlnney of West -
!Palm Beach dropped by the Mi- mjllj
ami Times plant on Tuesday t.
while enroute to Nassau. _
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Mrs. Dorothy Hanna' and Mrs.
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arriving from Nassau
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';;; < \HUSBAND"" S. Hutcheson. Jr. each month. $20 week pays all. Only one payment each month.

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Estate Broker Only $995 DownNew
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". Brand New Store Building
3-bedroom CBS home just finished ,
Bobby Marshall, M.C. Downtown
Brown Sub. Includes Venetian
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'blinds. flat, shower enclosures, j Jcory, Only $995 Down
ti ner. All fenced. Move right in. Good good business location. Has rear room
' buy. and separate bathroom. Only one

, TV SICK ? mortgage ,to pay. See 357 NW 22nd
lane. We have keys.Only .
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,. Then dial FR 4.2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. )'q Builds you a beauty of a home in
Rainbow Park in Opa Locjca. In an $795 Down
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ALL MAKES ALL MODELS oven and range. Rear patios. A few the Orchard Villa area.. Carport.
lots still available. Pick,your colors. Furnished kitchen. $18 :week pays- '.
Picture Tube Special A small deposit will 'hold. all. Close to buses and shopping. City .

water, side ;walks, paved street, hard-
17.inch-$22.95 21.lnch$29.98e Only $795 Down wood floors Includes insurance and ..

Buys this lovely 2-bedroom home. taxes.

"SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night ..................... $2.50 Completely furnished. In Orchard i
Villa area. City ,water, paved streets. List your lots with us for quick cash, ;
:Nlte Calls Our, Specialty-No Extra Charges Close to everything. sale. Best prices- Nowll!I

4 Just received shipment of 45 RPM phonograph
Records All late hits. Special-3 for $1.00

Vets Radio & TV Co. I 11 FAIR REALTY '

We are open every day 9 to 6 p.m. including Sundays

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