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Title: Miami Times
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Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: June 27, 1959
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HERE JULY 20 Mixed Couple''' Wins ; \ y

The 17. S, Supreme Court Mon o r I
day voted 6-3 to deny four offi- ,
cers of the Miami Branch NAACPa $ n
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hearing en the grounds thai $10,442 Trail Bus Sum' V.

their constitutional and freedom rights of belief of privacy ana!., : ,,, ,

association would be violated 11 Tallahassee ,- A federal court The judge gave Bullock a totalof in the face she-received for her
were forced Co answer question order Thursday awarded $10,442 $7,920 for his Injuries "mental
on their NAACP activities.; damages to a Negro clergymanand suffering and humiliation" and "mental suffering and humilia _
The ruling paved the way for his white wife from Jamaica Bullock's wife $2,500: for a slap tion."
resumption of the farcial state who were attacked by a white
legislative investigation into alleged man ,while riding in the frontof
Communist infiltration of a Tamiami Trail Tours bus at
the NAACP In Florida. ( r
Perry
Hearings will be resumed here The bus line was ordered to Slaver of Grocer ConfessesFive LI-
July 14 with Dade Rep. Cliff pay the damages to the Rev. Gro.
Herrell taking over the committee ver C. Bullock and his wife because II' MATTIE RUTH QARIE r,
chairmanship from segrega- of the "unprovoked and police officers, two white I Geeter 20 of 220 NW 16th street BETHUNE !,
tionist Charlie E. Johns of Starke.AttY' illegal assault" on the couple by, and three Negro, ,were credited and Theoclus Maxie, of 1974 NW <
G. E. Graves, legal coun- the white man. this week with solving the 'rob 54Uict Mr. and Mrs Lee Garie proudly
sel for the NAACP, agreed that Bullock blamed the attack bery slaying of grocer Sam Cot- announce the engagement of I''
witnesses will have to "comply"'with partly on the fact that his (wife zin last Tuesday. "I got nervous when the grocer their grand daughter, Miss Mat
Florida Court walked away from me, and the tie Ruth Game Dethune to Gainer
a Supreme white and the fact
was partly on "
Detectives Kenneth Jones andB.
went off 1 in hand the
gun ,
order to testify from the organization's that he was sitting at the frontof J. Guilford and Patrolman detectives Wilson my Johnson Jr., of Birmingham .Ala-
records. the bus. quoted as saying The wedding will be held in 'A
Willie Nicholson were the Negro .
'But he indicated the group will He and his wife, Helen, asked officers, and Homicide Detectives' October. %
block questions by legal tactics $505,000 damages .from the bus Miss Bethune is a recent graduate
Ernest C. Bush and Dennis Wat- +Wilson was once a cohort of the I ,
based on part of the court ruling line on grounds that the company kins the /whites. infamous: George "Linvpy": Anderson -I of TusQcegee Institute, Ala
which said the committee must should have warned him of the convicted killer bandit later She and Johnson are visiting the
establish "proper! predicate" for possible consequences of his riding Theodore Roosevelt Wilson, 24- electrocuted for the death of a bride-to-be grandparents in Co-
its questions.The In the front seat. year-old ex-con, confessed firing county road patrolman. conut Grove A dinner party was
four witnesses ordered by iBuU ck's' face was skinned the fatal .32 calibre shot that given !in their honor on Thurs
the State Supreme court to testi- and his glasses and watch brokenin killed Cotzin. 70, in his store at Wilson wears a metal leg brace day evening June 11. Both are
fy included Graves, the llev. the altercation with, the white US01' NW 5th ave. Also facing ; resulting from a five-story fall employed at Veterans Administration -
Thecdore Gibson, Mrs. 'Ruth W.. nan, Milton Poppell who board- first degree murder charges were: when he and Umpy escaped from Hospital, Birmingham, ,
Perry and Mrs. Vernell P. Albury. the ,bus, at Perry. Wilson's accomplices: James Dade's skyscraper jail In 1953. 'Ala.:' ;
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36th YEAR, No. 44 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 19B9 PRICE,' TEN CENTS 16 PAGES .t,



.. Wrong Nan jailed; Sues for $50,000 il ilN




;'f"; '" r f Thomas J. Kelly actually committed by another the unlucky Hollywood Jenkinw Two months later he appeared
a'. was su"HH W,week for $50,000 bya "Jenkins" unknown to him.It was arrested on a driving charge. before the County Commission
man nfk>'charged that he served all began the suit said, flvo' Suddenly, Jenkins found him- with an attorney asking damages
six months of another man's years ago when the unknown self doing time. in the county In a subsequent Investigation, the
sentence In the county stockade Jenkins failed to appear in couri I stockade. 9Me complaining witnesses said the
James Jenkins, 40, of 0500 W for trial. was released on April 12, Hollywood Jenkins was not the
16th et., Hollywood, charged tba'he This resulted in Issuance of e 1058. I auto thelf at all.
was arrested for an auto theft warrant which lay around until




Tallahassee Sentence




Saves Negro from Chair


MARIANA A 16-year-old
r (boy sentenced to the electric I
death sentence
mandatory.
chair for raping a white woman 4 J tYM
was saved from electrocution Indirectly Judge Welch had deferred ten I
by the life imprisonment tence pending a hearing on a motion
Airs. Ruby Hurley, regional) sentences given the four whjte for new trial by Clark's law + M rN
NAACP secretary, Atlanta, Ga, youths in they Tallahassee rape yer, B. L. Solomon of Mariana, r r
who will address a city-wide case. Solomon claimed Judge Welch ,
mass meeting Sunday at 3:30: pjn After winning a new trial oq erred in his charge to the 'Jury.
. .. at the Greater Bethel AMB) Monday,: Jlmmie Lee Clark pleaded .
guilty and then was sentenced Solomon contended that Judge i
Church, Rev..5, A. Cousin, pas I Ir ,
tor.. to life imprisonment by Circuit Welch In charging the Jury failed -I
to caution the jurors that an 1 1M
Welch
Mariana.
Judge &C. of
t 'OMedgar Even, field secretary.
of Jackson, Miss., (will also peak I The life sentence was made poe, alleged confession introduced in
t giving a close up of the recent I 'stele by the new trial. evidence by the prosecution
lynching and other occurances ioMississippi. Clack had been convicted May should be viewed with extreme
The public, is urged, 27 of raping a 68-year-old white caution. '
I t to attend !in large numbers. The grandmother. lie was accused of
j meeting is sponsored :Jointly by attacking her along a lonely Judge Welch, while noting b<
the local NAACP and the Crusade country road. The jury did not had told the jury the confessionwas
far Voters. recommend mercy, making In
I I'. not absolute evidence of guilt

_ __ conceded he had not stressed the

point sufficiently to meet the teat

(i. 4 White Youths of court rules. I -_._-- ._-.-.- .. .-

(S* '.--' The Alpha Gamma Chi Sorority has recently paid in

+. .. * *! full its pledge to the George Washington Carver Branch
ent.and'
( scare did not know
Murder anyone had been hit until the YMCA.
Get
Rap next morning. A special effort is being made to collect the many

I w, pledges made to the YMCA 'more than three years ago.

"" SLAY NEGRO BOYWITH chell Elkins, 18; Billy Joe Rolen, This money will be used to provide the necessary equipment .
:. Y .SHOTGUN 17 and LeRoy Gentry. 23, all ot Register Today! to carry :forward a bettor program for the youth of

Dalton. Your Vote is Neededto Greater Miami. Some of the capital needs of the Carver
The Negro, Tommy Dwight wu
DALTON Ga. Sheriff Don-
Branch include: completion of the youth building., swim-*
aid McArthur has filed murder .felled by tour buckshot June 13 fight the force that seekto
charges against four white youths while attending a fish fry at the ming pool, indoor and outdoor equipment. Organizationsand

. in the fatal shooting of an 11- home ported.of an uncle, McArthur re- keep you a Second Class Individuals pledging funds to the YMCA are request '
year-old Negro boy.
"" The WhltfJeld County officer The sheriff said the white boys Citizen. ed to make payments as quickly as possible. The YMCA

l'' said, he signed warrants ,against admitted firing at the Negroes W. Flagler St.
4 I is of the United Fund.
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FOR *2.00 FEE . tary certificate and was' named.
secretary of the year. GRADUATION

12-WEEK Secretaries attending the work-
MiamiBy
Around PHOTOS
shop included Mrs. MargaretCruz
HOMEMAKING :, Mrs. Cleo Braxton, Mrs
W. have the Cap & Gown
Ruby Cruz Mrs. Edna Clark, Mrs
DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONOU COURSE OFFEREDThe Mary Love, Mrs. Dorothy Hep- Kindergarten and

burn, Mrs. Bernice Hunt, Mrs. High .SchoolKey
Adult Homemaking Edu- Rutha M. Adams, Mrs. Linnie

FOR THE FIRST time 'since cation Division of the Dade Carey, Miss Winifred Cox, Mrs. Ring photo In 'color
I've been watching television, I I County Board of public instruction Margaret Reynolds, Mrs. Margaret 3 for $2.60Johnson ":
chance to enjoy a to all adults 12
finally got a is offering Ruth Williams
I Styles, Mrs. ,
newscast. Last Monday night on week courses in sewing, dress of Miami
car, "in order for me to know Mrs. Gloria Hunt, Mrs. Janet
WCKT, channel 7, Miami News accessories, foods and nutritionand
Editor, Bill Baggs, sat in for what I bras buying and the what if. I I home accessories. Brown, Mrs. Luvenia Knox, Mrs1. 409 N.W. 17th St
would have to do to car
Wayne Farris (Mr. Farris ha* Mrs Juanita FR 72294CC
Glenola Holmes,
to Moscow with Gov. Col- bought it." Now that's what I call Homemaking classes will be
gone honesty. Finally, I told them I centers Thompson and Mrs. Rudolph
lins) and Bill Baggs,did. one tithe held in the following :
finest newscasts I have ever did not want a car Just to find Marks. > I
tele out how they would treat a potential Booker/ T. Washington High,
heard. Of course, he is not
customer. As the owner, Monday thru Thursday evenings
f6wlse" which be
vision may
it "we in Dorsey Jr. High, Tuesday and
good because the news /teas givenin Zane Alpert put are
a slow manner, and was explained business selling used cars and to. Wednesday evenings. OLDS 98 HOLIDAY. A coral and white 11 OK
sell must sell courtesy.We
rather than read speed- cars you North Dade, Monday and Thurs- 3"
ily where you might possibly try to be as nice to people a* day evenings.JRE "" 2 door hardtop. AH power and leather
miss the gist of the whole news- we possibly can even if they Lee, Monday and Thurs-
cast. He gave the viewers the don't buy a car, they can always day evenings. interior
most important news of the day ;ell a friend or another prospective Mays High, Monday and Wed-
and a chance to understand these customer that we treated" nesday evenings. 1 ZANE ALPERTSMETROPOLITAN ...1
items. think' that we have too them respectfully and cordially. '
many Vast talking" announcersof That is a good philosophy.' Don't Hialeah AME Church, Monday. MOTORS
newscasts who run through the you think? 'R. R. Moton, Monday and Wed-. *
news and inject so many items nesday. 5560 N.W. 7th AVE.

that it is impossible to under- I'll bet didn't know that James Weldon. Johnson, Thurs- i
stand the 15 minute slot. As Bill you
Mrs. Okel Welsh is the only Ne- day.Northwestern I
went through the news, he /was a I Monday thru
at the Vet-
registered nurse
little confused about the com: erans gro Administration Hospital in Friday (day and evening). .
mercial, but he did at least six or
seven items that were very good. Coral Gables. Mrs. Welsh sez that Classes will begin July 6. Reg-
The confusion of the commercial there are 'plenty openings for istration for these classes will be'
added a little "extra something"to nurses at the hospital. All per- held at the above centers. Registration DODGE 4-DOOR SEDAN V-8 with '
sons interested should apply at For further 54 495
the program' in that it proves fee is 200. .
that he is human as are all news- the personnel office of the Vets information call PL 4-5491. standard transmission.'Radio'heater .

casters, and can make a mistakeIt Hospital A Clean Car. .
seems that newscasters of today
are hardboiled, get all the CHICKIE HORNE'S show at Dade Secretarial ZANE ALPERTSMETROPOLITAN
news you can in . whether it the Jim Jam Club will include
is understood or not . make nc '"blues belting" of Etta Jones andas 1 Association Attend r MOTORS
mistake radio personalities an added attraction Chkkle

Ncrw, I have always enjoyed will present Bill Robinson and UM WorkshopDade 5560 N.W. 7th AVE.DON'T _
Wayne Farris, and his newscasts his famous vocal group The
but I think that WCKT shouldmake
Quails. Of course, Flip :Wilson County Scretarial Assoc
a newscasting spot for Mr will be on hand as your host and iation attended a three-day secretarial
Ba Jls.: and I'm willing to bet that all in all, this should be one of workshop at the Univer-
WCKT swill increase its number of the finest shows in the Jim Jam sity of Miami from 'June 17 to
listeners at least 30 percent.( In a long time. The admission is : June 19. Sponsored by the Florida .

only :50 cents, with no advance In Association of Educational
THE OTHER DAY while In liquor prices. i Secretaries and the UM's Schoolof MISS ,EFFIE :
Flanders Trading Post, I happened Education events included
to mention to Frank Flanders lectures by specialists, group AT THE a
that I'tji looking for a Job. A cus- Until next week . y'all live 'conferences and a banquet.
tomer standing there said, "Ar life, every golden minute of it.
you kidding?" Naturally, I said, Lecture topics included schools
"no. This man offered me a Job and community relationship, office JIM JAM CLUBFRIDAY
at International Aluminum, 34th (Procedures and' management,
ave. at 70th st., but Mr. Tom the psychology o f intervewing
Crook is looking for a person TMTBACBE =.tf but s.ORAr1 JS and preparation of letters and
wtth slide rule 'experience. The to DM 1: I cell., mom os. SATURDAY SUNDAY''

Job pays $1.25 per hour and a t.t1 se/i *
maximum salary of $85 per week ..: Guest speaker on Wednesdayat
I asked Mr. CroOk If race made a the Beaumont Lecture Hall
difference in the Job and he said was Miss, Lucille Buckley, CPS.
no. only experience makes tho Miss Buckley recently earned
difference. So if anyone has slide her certified professional secreDRIVER'S -
rule experience and can read
blue prints, contact Mr. Crook at '

International Aluminum. LICENSE s H'b

PRETTY GIRL of the Week:
Mrs. Mildred Williams Police I
man of the week: Amos Round- BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE

tree . Jumping spot of the
week: Clyde Killens' Fiesta Room.I O'BERRY'SMAGIC

I HAPPENSD:e upon the

ad In this ndwspaper about used CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
cars for sale at Metropalitan Motors
on 7th ave. at 55th Terr., so FR 4-7756 :
I decided 1 would see how the 1453 N.W. 6th Avenue
salesmen 'would act to.our people II .
Believe me, when I walked In a '
'
salesman got up from his chair a, :
and greeted me with all the courtesy r t \ '\x
he had. I asked him about SPORTS CARS

trading my car and he said he $300 Down-Immediate
would help, me as !best he pos Delivery
sibly could. I asked about/ a par CO FORD VICTORIA. A two-tone green.... I
ticular car on the lot, and he told U and white 2-door hardtop with 1 095 '
me all of the bad! features.
of the
standard transmission, V-8, radio and : : :
heater. Ready

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6664 N.W. 15th Ave. 8IDNI5V T. COX Phone FRanklin ,Featuring Bill Robinson and his Quail and Blue
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THE MIAMI T'MESe'; Peoples'

Soft Ball Schedule a7 PAGE 3
Dedicatory services for the PHIL OSSOFER SATURDAY, JUNE 1959 ,
Northwest Branch" the Light
RECREATION DIVISION CITY
house for the Blind, originally. SAYS:
OF MIMI
set for June .28*will be postponeduntil and ,ukulele' iplayer. within all.
further notice; s soon as a No player will be able to play girl orchestra In .Billy Wilder1.
new.date is set, that information unless he has a uniform (pants, -- hilarious comedy, '"Some' Like It
will be made known to the Hot. The United (Artists rsltass'
public shirt, cap). A WEIGH. OF A WAY OF LIP*
We regret any incenvenencesthis Coaches: shirt //and-cap. I see where the receipts at Miami will open Thursday at the Lib
postponement may have Game time is I forfeit time. Springs Golf Course have increased city Theatre. ':
caused. Team leading by ten runs In $30,000 a year since Ne-
Edwin! L. Davis seventh Inning, game will be groes have had the privilege of (
chairman board of advisors called. All Sunday games: Time ,playing daily. Proves that when, .
Northwest BranchRepresenting limit 7 ,Innings or hour and 45 black mixes with white, it bringsout Do Yourself A Big Favor "
minutes. In case of rain call recreatIon more green (Well putt, eeh, ,
Fla. division' FR 1.7411 ext. Garth 1)Upon REGISTER TO VOTE /I'
5531. arrival' In Miami ;
State Student ............................................... (back in my'46, I quickly learned 116 W. Flaffler Street t
Councils in Pa.HAZEL about the "Southern way of Ute
Saturday, June 27, 7:30: Red My first expeerience was an encounter
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r --- Sox ys. All Stars. with the colored and
white water fountains. I found Beautiful HomeOn
Sunday, June 28,' 1:30: Miami
they both Issued forth water 01
Cubs vs. J. E. Scott. the same color. This, to me, was. \ Large Lot

Sunday, June 28, 3:00: Borin an indication that there ;was no s be,
Your lot can a paymenton
quen Stars vs. C. G. Monarch. I real difference- in the people whodilank a
from these (fountain. : \'0 this 3-bedroom new 2-
Monday, June 29, 7:30: C. R. either.
: baths
Bears 'vs. Hector Supply. Since that time I have discovered k
that, insofar as- people are 1227 N.W. 69th Street
Tuesday, June 30, 7:30
Opa
II concerned, the only difference
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Locka Jets All Stars. 35
vs. Open p.m.
I is in those who think there is a
Wednesday, July 1, 7:30: -Stta- difference.On Baron JE 8-1340
leah Bombers vs. Borinquen Judgement day, it is quite ,I Marilyn Monroe In her first' move _
0 Stars. rJHJ! possible that the "Southern way Is In two years plays vocalist
of life," when placed on God's
Thursday, July 2, 7:30: Red scales, will be a short weight . .
Sex vs. J. E. Scott. to hell! Still distilled for ,
Friday, July 3,, 7:30 C. G. In a conversation' with an advocate traditionally ,
Monarch vs. Miami Cubs. of that "Southern way of '
life," I -was informed that God "IMPORTED QUALITY!"
Saturday, July 4, 7:30: C. R. meant us all to stay ,where lie
Bears vs. Borinquen Stars. placed' us. I remarked that In
Sunday, July 3:s, 1:30 AU that case we should all pack up
Stars vs, Hector Supply. and leave America to the Indians I
Sunday July 5, 3:00: Opa . the Red men who ..
I SIMMONS Locka Jets vs. J. E. Scott. were here first. ...,, '
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HAZEL( L. GRANT
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Mrs. Hazel S. Simmons, guidance 4
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counselor at Booker T.
Washington High School is attending
tM National Associationof
Student Council as active executive
secretary lor the Florida I F
Association. Mrs. Simmons is assuming
the responsibility of the
state president, Willie Carl Rogers
of Lincoln High Tallahassee.

Mrs. Hazel R. Grant activity \ z1 'ff'. It's right on the labell Pint distilled In 1769, still
director at Booker T. Washington i. +: traditionally distilled lor authentic London Dry Gintr.1a
and sponsor of the BTW Stu- : f .
dent Council is accompanying. ; .riGy tJ'' oy the subtle dry and delicate flavor of
the council's president-elect. r &: & **'s Gin! ,
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David Davis at the 23rd National I ,I I
Association c< Student Councils. \ .,.1 ft \. I .a 211M OrAdc (GORDONS
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David is one of more than 700 -ern reYl NM _a MIMPMI'.la w toselu
'teenagers in attendance at the AN EVENING OF GOLDEN
convention. He is participating

I in many worthwhile educational ... ..,
activities with students from all "' '" W Your Watch .Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted,

over the United States and five' GOSPEL MUSIC Guaranteed ..................,.......... .. $4.78
foreign countries a rich experience ui.i
for David. ,( TV's ........................................ $10 Down

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By Dean Gordon B. Hancock for ANP "
MOTORS :
THE OLD SOUTH (GIVES COMFORT TO OUR ENEMIESIf

Russia will just sit tight and play her game with Thcmas A. Carey, popularly '
her accustomed shrewdness, the Old South with its Negro II known as "Tom", pioneer( Miami- 5560 N.W. 7th AVE. .
phobes will deliver our nation to her on a platter. A decisive an of 2041 NW 6th place died ;' .'
I Sunday morning, June :31, en- ;,iJ".. ''V Vf -:
hot war'(will"be unnecessary when our nation's good route to Jackson Memorial Hos-
name will have been despoiled in the .uttermost parts of pital. :'.'.i '/ ,*? >*>*;f ..'
Funeral services for Mr. Carey
the earth
will be held on Saturday at 3:00 ': :;;:".r ..:;;,
When Florida, in good Old South tradition, refusesto o'clock: at St. Mary's W. M. "SILVER AND GOLD HAVE I NONE, ," ...:-, }
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consign to the electric chair four white men who are Church. Rev. E. A. Culmer, will '. ".' ."." .
officiate. BUT SUCH AS I HAVE, GIVE 1 1 THEE"LET ;if, :t
guilty of one. of the most revolting rape crimes in the an- Quiet and reserved, he wasa '* ...
nal of crime in this country, that state is true to a damn- staunch member and supporterof GOD HELP SOLVE YOUR PROBLEMS'NO :, .
able tradition. It is also guilty of playing into the handsof the fraternal Order of Mason. MATTER WHAT YOU ARE FACED WITH,; t
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the communists who seriously threatening to take :
are ry.Mr. Carey's body will be at x MARTINI tit-:
over; and if they do not take over, it will not be the fault I home Friday evening from 7 REV. E. J. t.: ;J
::of the Negrophobes of the Old'South.tEaalland o'clock until funeral time Satur- ": .'
i, Call for an appointment_. , !& '
and the Eastlandists with their,, Eastlandism day.Surviving are a wife, Eliza, 4 It '
are making it comparatively easy to crucify our great daughters, Mrs. Emily Thomas, 7028 N.W. 15th Ave. Phone OX 1-2933

.country on a cross of race prejudice. Russia does not have Mrs. (Ruby Ponder, Mrs. Jessie 1440 ''N.W., 6th Ave. Phone FR. 1.4977r ,
'tofling.atombombs.- allsheti4hutodo: &t ',sit''tight and sens Finder, James Miss and Omega Thomas Carey Jr.two, 5
the Negrophobes the Old South. will .do her dirty work sisters, four brothers and several
** f
:for her. relatives.

Now comes :reports, that since the. Court : "
Supreme '
'(decision of 1954, there have, been 530 killings, beatings, YOU ASKED FOR. IT!. : 7"" .,: :

bombs and.mqb action., Incidents.]#sted, by the Associated 100 So here it is-A full ONE'' YEAR '' '.. '. .

Press:; : "Six Negroes killed ; 29 persons 11 of them white, AUTO LIABILITY. ''INSURANCE ', ; ... .
;shot and wounded in racial incidents; 44 persons beaten, USED Policy for most people with only '"'" .,-r ,
five stabbed ; one Negrp emasculated, 30 bombings of : ( :"
'houses 15 houses $15 DOWN PAYMENT 'I '
struck by gunfire} ,!nd seven.stoned. TVsNO

Also'' listed were school bdm&ngB,in 'Nashville, Chat- SERVICE FIRST INS. AGE &?i

tanooga and Clinton: T nn., Jacksonville: Fla., seven
,churches burned ae Memphis; Jewish buildings bombed 645 N.W. 36th St.. 27th Ave. Farmers'" MfctNA ;: .

-in .Jacksonville, :Miami: Nashville.and. Atlanta t bombing PL 9.5284 .,. :':,4-1811.. .
attempts on Jewish institutions! {Gastonia and Charlotte, flONEYDOWN "

.. ,.N.C., and Birmingham Ala:, dynamiting in a, YWCA
;building in Chattanooga an..audI1-o.rium.ln Knoxville,
Tenn., and two schools'burned'; '

The foregoirifc is' a horrid and, Horrible 'picture ,of law
and order in.-the- South. 'The disgraces'of Little Rock and

,Hoxie, Ark., Clinton* Tenn, ,need not be recounted here. 12"
These are not mere' straws "'in' 'tlio'wind, they are easily

solemn reminders ,that ,our .beloved?, nation js threatened 29]
from with n.iby'ts, Qld 'Sojtfh ttrbphobesd st>as surely 9 tSr
as it. is threatened from without by communism. Our X _

vaunted democracy is being betrayed., in .the house of its

friends.The tragedy of the'sltiration'-restdes' nCSit only in what J1!

is taking place but in the is being.done about it. When it comes to matters' pertaining *r. FREE DELIVERY DRUG
to the defenseless Negroes.the ,.
Old South has its own way.
Too often a certain sector ,of the press of the.South makes: 1r'
much of the things that 'happen to Negroes in the North i C.M.Iolliwtt.Sr. Prop

and ,elesewhere and seem to gloat over the fact that the I
South is not the only ..: .
place where
are .
unhappy things ,. ., r.
happening to Negroes. They studiously avoid the fact that MADAM' CHEROKEE .
outside of the: South something 1s.,done about injustices I .'
and violence visited upon the Negro. 0 r' 0Zl" INDIAN HEALER AND :ADVISORON

There js a world of difference between the unhappy ALL PROBLEMS OF LIFE,

situation surrounding Negroes whose wrongs in one Instance Are you sick, unhappy, disgusted with lifer DOM bad luck
have redress in the courts and in .another instance
? Then must sisthis
seem to follow you wherever you go you
are taken for granted as the Old South
way of life. There & to help
divine Indian Healer who has come from I lindla ,
is a tradition in Florida that '
no white man was ever executed you. "
for raping 'a Negro woman and in the current C She can help you with your love problems, marriage, business.
dealing with four_ white 'rapists; Florida is proposing to health.

hold inviolate its, tradition, 'the demands of justice to the ,I s She can help you on all problems..,Your"mind: ,:to.f erl,., .*. ilka"i
contrary notwithstanding. an open book. .. '. .-
This double standard of legal justice is hastening our e She tells past, present and future.'Madam ,Cherokee? Ji.ath.God.glven' : .
ruin as a nation. It is encouraging' Whites to commit crimes power to heal and help humanity I by, prayer.
against Negroes and whites 0 t #vi 0
and committing the younger Don't be discouraged ilf you have been to other reader*.
generation of whites, to the erroneous conclusion there isreally Madam Cherokee give lucky day, lucky hands, lift .you
only one great crime of which'a a person may be out of sorrows and darkness, and start you' Oft the read to
guilty. --the crime of being a Negro. success and happiness. '' .

Florida is true to :'the tradition of the Old South, but TV Service Specials She reunites the separated and" ibrlna them, together. for.. '.
'In her current leniency to'four white Yaplsts:who violateda 21" Picture Tube 24.95 full and a happy life Madam' Chorok' >flUranteer to ro..
young Negro co-ed, she breaks with the tradition of democracy 6 Year Warranty move all evil Influence and' bad luck. of.:)l| kind*. .C.IIO"I
nnd justice and brings upon our country the con- friends and enemies by name without asking youM word.
demnation of a decent world. e If you are having bad luck about trying to get 'Job'or haVe
Our great nation deserves a better picture in the eyes TV JOE k. I'ng'' trouble on the Job, then see 'Madam theroke;. today:.and'a
of the' world. Double standards of legal justice mean not get rid of your trouble tomorrow.* .t;
alone a great handicap to the hapless Negroes but it e I do hereby solemnly .we.,..:tti.t.th..bov.at.atemeftta..r.:
,means eventually, the undoing of our great country. Some. 5211 NE 2nd Ave. true, so help me God. All reading.r.'private, confldenilagj
(Where down the line there is awful tribulation for a coun- '
.
\ try guilty of such aWful sin I Phone PL 1.8571 2724 N. MIAMI AVE. PHONE3O4Across .,.

t. If Russia will only sit tight. The Negrophobes of tho'Old'Solith Open Dally 9 to 9 the street from Stacy" Rowa.Ut.' :1!''' oi)4 C') ..Oealr; -.' ; ,.,
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f j I SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1959. PAGE; .!S s.


'I Royal Twenty ,phere from solemnity to festivity -
by serving a repast ''so-ir-
Honors Retiring lectable that none could: t
the ano sela" ,
1 Business Mgr:* :Many, invited guests 'joJ '
VMfr, members in what became one of
The Royal Twenty Women's the most enjoyable evenings in
Club of Coconut Grove met at the annals of Royal Twenty fHA
the lovely home of'Mrs. Sylvia volity.
Hillsman of 1255 NW 72nd at., in ....
'
: Liberty C1 ty.tRegular -
( business was dealt a
,blow because this meeting was 75x100 CORNERWill
set aside for a more" solemn pur
s pose, the honoring oUts retiring plan, finance and build
i '"
"
business
manaiger.
Mrs. Carlee Daniels was pre- your home on large corner
sented a beautiful plaque and an See lot on
A umbrella lined with 50 $1.00bills.
jh ,, : This presentation (was made N.W. 72nd St.
: recognition of her 19 years dt "I
devoted service. The entire club and 21st Ave.
I gave verbal utterances of heart And phone JE 8-3709
: felt praise and thanks for her
unusual service. CAPPER CONST CORP.
The charming hostess quietly
a y and efficiently turned the atmos-



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By THELMA PETTIS ice
: ATLANTIC MANOR GARDEN
Mr. and Mis. Leon Storr ex- at
changed vows in a marriage ceremony Mr. APARTMENTS32nd
on last Sunday afternoonat /
; St. Matthews. 'Ml NW, '17th st. and
.Rev.. N iF. Clark read*th marriage .
service. I !
| ;An arch of palms and .White -
{ carnations with 'a beautiful bell] Ave.: ,and: 42nd, St., Northwest
;Jin the ,center, ' ( te ifkjwero formed the center ..
!!Ii '., .. .. . .. . .
tbeo4ltK... ; ( ; "' I! '' .'''' ','_ .. .

..Tbe!bride, the farmer: Edith'MfcCloUd.iis Mr.
: 'the grand daughter
|bf Mr. and Mis. Festus Miller.iMrs. CO CHEVROLET'4 door HARDTOP. The
; :Miller is the oldest colored the ; ( )1W
.employee of the !Bell Telephone best Chevrolet, hardtop 'made. Power
,;system of this city. glide, power''steering,'radio and, heater. '
/The bride twos given ,in marriage Yellow and white -
by her grandfather, Y '
The petite bride was most ZANE ALPERT'SMETROPOLITAN '
beautiful in a long gown of white
',tulle and satin and embroidered MOTORS
:lace with, sequins and !formed a square neckline and indicated 5560 N.W.. ''7th' AVE. ,
.
:hip line of a square triangle -
; : skirt !with a huge white .. ,
-
satin bow iwilh a lovely white
TOM:1Dl1ho.center of the tow. ,at '
the back of the waist line.

The veil was long with sequins cE'I C7 CHEVROLET'BEL AIR.,4door. hardtop: 1CQC A '
and (pearls. She carried a beautiful -
*" Ivuu
bouquet Qf carnations and Radio, heater, automatic transmission, ,

orchids. All white with" :red. and black interior
maid
(Barbara Lester Coleman, '
oi Jionor, wore a (full skirted em-
brodered'white organka.Deloris ZANE ALPERT'SMETROPOLITAN ,',

iBeneby, brides maid !
with lull skirted -
wore red organza : MOTORS
ruffles of tulle. . ,
-Bertha Smith //wore pink organza li'R
blue' 5560 N.W. 7th AVE.
Elizabeth Lightbura wore
organza and Betty Blue,' lavender ,
ort nza. NW i' "
'Evelyn. Moss, wore turquols;
son
Leola Nesbitt, green; Lucille Sel-

lers, yellow.All the attendants. used dresses Will Also Build on Your Lot
-
alike.'Each of: carnations carried beautiful with matching boUquets -- of of Modern Homes of Tomorrow

complete Is a
their ensembles
To
5
ColJe
NEW CBS > .
hats and gloves and shoes matched C.
their dresses.
Attending the groom was an'old
friend, Prince (Hall. All men ,by 2 & 3 Bedroom HomesIN
wore summer formals.a of
The grandmother of the bride WASHINGTON PARK
,wore pink lace over pink skinners -
satin, which was most attractive I (NORTH MIAMI BEACH) ,
and beautiful //with

,sories.beautiful with ;matching *ccec-' $ Buy Direct From Builder

(Both mothers carried :white or"chld -
bouquets. Small Down Payment ,
,* Proceeding: the ceremony Allen
Ferguson conducted the program
;for the wedding Qualified Buyers '
"! Nn.Ursula ,Higgs presented )f
wedding music. SEE THEM AT
(Harold Higgs presented a violin
solo:
Elliott' Scavella rave selections. 1519 N.E. 154th St.
Because," "0 Promise Me"St. .
Matthews Choir gave two
selections that were appreciated.
(Hostesses for the reception, i 1492: .151st Ter.
,which followed immediately (were
Mrs.. Dorothy (Braynon; Maggi t
:Ferguson and Mrs. Love. OPEN 'FOR INSPECTIONFOR

The reception was held at the
,most beautiful borne of the bride's INFORMATION
i grandparents,Mr. and Mrs. Festus -
? Miller. 7137 NW 16th ave. :
] fhehomemesa.beautlfuIli' ;' dec- RELIABLE BUILDERS;

{c meted .with:, carnations. glads, and .' . j

/Ibe' st. Agnes;,Cornet Bandfurnished 'q,
music. WI 7-5756 or NE 3.6137 ,; .
Cocktail' ere served after
which a beautiful buffet table ,
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MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper" PublicYou 9 --
Liberty Temple ,Attention --
PAGE
6.
SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1959 Daughter Elks are invited to attend a For The Highest in

Receives Calendar Tea on the lawn d '
Range Funeral Home on Nw 17th COSMETICSCall
I :; Ii .. ;:;: .. .
; CommendationGreat ave. and 57th st. on Sunday, June YUkon
28 from 5-7 pm Sponsored by 3.5681

College Impressions was election of officersof the Daughter Elks of: Liberty "SANDS"

Liberty Temple No. 724 Temple No.: 724. An evening of Also

Daughter Elks on last Tuesday fun is in store for all. Miami Times
------ By EMILY ARMBRISTER NewspaperJAMES
evening when the District Deputy -
.-.--- - - rvf. Marie WKtfo. hold their
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election. Join The NAACP ----
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Graduation exercises at St. receiveed many other impressions (Most striking was the elaborate .
Francis de
Sales in June, 1958 I have ,
some of them num- report of Secretary Dt. Amy
!
were beautiful.
Zlwentythreegirls bered: Hidks who showed a numericaland u
marched solemnly down the 1. For something to be wonderful financial gain over the. past
aisle clutching their long awaited it is for it to be well done. six months. The Deputy praised
and cnerished diplomas near their 2. It's so easy to pass with them for what she termed was ,
hearts. If one sat in the audienceit flying colors if you study hard. success and l ,progress of the administration -
was truly a heart warming 3. Failing students for no rea- under the cooperative --
STORE
5 & lOc
sight, but if one was a member son, isn't one of a (professor leadership of a real DaughterElk
of the graduating: class it was a (there's always a Dt. Mae Wood Tucker.An .
spine tingling event. As I marched person), excellent report was rendered 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481

dqwn the aisle that day Being adjusted comes with time by Dt. Portia Bannister, the
watching the head .of the girl and the desire to do so. Impres- veteran treasurer of 17 years.
(before me and keeping ,perfect sions that .help you somehow The deputy ,praised her for the J HOT WEATHER ITEMS
time with the march (the results seem to be the best and those that special effort of which she was

of long hours of practice) I last the longest.. the chairman to Dlace funds In Ladies Shorts ................ 1.00 Boys Shorts, pr. ............ ,35*
thought of the summer that lay The impressions that I receiv- her Temple and was instrumental "i Ladles Panties, pr ........ 29t Girls :Swim Suits. ....... LOO:
before me. ed from Wheeling College shall,I in raising hundreds of dollars Child Swim Suits, ea. 1.00 Diaper Seta .....(.......;.....*1.00
I'm sure, give a little extra recently Swim Trunk, ea. ........ 1.00 Cotton Panties, 5 for 1.00
They !were so many way. that height to my stepping: stones and "She is always taking extra Swim Ring, ea. ............ 97* Swim Goggles ...-........... 69*
1 would have liked to spend the I shall climb a little higher. caution of our money to see that Beach iBalls, ea. ............ 97* Sand Palls .................... 25*
summer, but there was one thing it is
not
spent foolishly. I
first and foremost that I neededto AKA she will be treasurer always hope," 2 Ring Pools and 3 Ring! ,Pools .

do and that was to choose a PRESENTS she said. Peace and Happiness FlirThem With Water Fill.up With! Kids

college. My parents and other SCHOLARSHIP reigned through the session.
relatives had thought about it Then came joy when Dts. Zorl thong .sandals bird Items, whatnot shelves zippers

more than I had up to this time, AWARD I Jeanie Bethune, Mabel Danielsand thread /buttons dress materials pray guns and .house
but with mv dimlnma In hand others .
my stood, thanldn? the> spray plastic drapes.
ana the whole iworia before me ] !Temple for kindness shown to
felt pie need for further education them. As 0
-, R one daughter repeated L
,
in a higher institution oi "these are the things which makea Money orders and Simplicity Patterns sold every day Monday

learning more and more. It was worthy while Temple." I thru Friday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.-Sat. til 9 .,.m.

as thop&h the need was compel The Dt. Ruler spoke of the CLOSED SUNDAYS-GO TO CHURCH
ling me, drawing me nearer and program of the Crusade for
nearer to my goal in life, which Voters and $50 was pledged to ... _. 6:

is to be a well educated person, aid in getting Negroes to the .
a :good Christian and an aid to polls. A tea will 'be given on

my race if :possible. High school Sunday afternoon at the Range DO YOU WANT TO KEEP PHYSICALLY FIT ?.
had been, merely preparatory as Funeral Home to raise funds
far as these ideas and goals were whereby the amount will ''ba DO YOU WANT TO REDUCE?
concerned. I had much more to contributed. Daughters //wiho are
learn and I realized that the\e not registered were requested to Then, take advantage of these
goals would :be as stepping stones stand and three !stood, Dt. Ruler
in aiding me to choose a suitable N stated plans will be made immed- OPENING SPECIALSJOIN
college. a iately to get them downtown so

I had considered few that Liberty Temple could be one THE MECHANICAL
t colleges hundred per cent registered.
'but I hadn't
discussed
any All officers were re-elected and
of them at any length (with my a great meeting plan for the first GYM CLUB' '

(parents.that There was one college meeting night in July when a .
interested me a little more reception will be held and ,
Deputy
than the others. Having read all White will be present to.con.- 100 Charter Member Wanted-50 Men and

available information my parents fer the degree on all daughters, 50 Ladies
too., were quite impressed with.. whn worn recently ,aria. Thml1tv

wiis particular college and we Miss Sondra Elaine said, "Daughters, your--success'Tl Js $6.00 Per Month
decided Johnson
"
that I due
should to
send in a united Temple
an ,
was presented the 1959 Scholarship may we I
application.
There was a good always remember, divided Also
Award .we
deal of from the Gamma tall. Never K join iheMASSAGE
correspondence split
between
your
Zeta Omega Temple into -
the i Chapter of Alpha
school and my home. One clicks and syndicates
day because
Kappa
at long last 1 Alpha Sorority on Monday 'when the
was smoke is
informed of cleared CLUBwhich
my evening, June 1 away,
during the Car-
acceptance you will
by the have
Dean just
of Wheel- ver High School Awards a (few mem
College. nIght fibers left.
Let us continue to do
program. Sondra is
the
Wheeling daughter good and to carry on in the entitles you to one massage week
is a
a small (private of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Johnson of I of spirit -
school and an all-white student Richmond_,Heights. stressed justice the andfair importance!play. She $15.00 per month
body of nt the
approximately uutstancung
600 Honors -
stu received
'I. dents. The acceptance of my ap among her numerous awards are keep press its and members asked Liberty Temple Hours: 10 a.m. to 10 pm

plication, meant that I was to he valedictorian of her class; winner this medium informed" thru
me first and only of the State Elks Oratorical as well.
Con-
negro
student The
in the school. test, recipient oi Temple closed before the
a $500
sholar- ft/our" rU
I This ,was for me, a great challenge ship to Howard University; a various/ home and feeling all .went happy to their that ALTH% i 8fDUWJGGk

and I was given all nec- summer all-expense paid scholarship success had
accompanied
essary .encouragement from my to Hampton Institute, and their efforts.HARLEM. all of
family. eligibility for a scholarship to
601 N.W.
Fisk. University. 2nd Ave.-Miami
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a oepiemoeer i new -
West to wneeliag During her senior year at G. W. I

with school me of Virginia my impressions choice.to attend I carried the unanimously Carver'High elected School, Miss Sondra Carver was SWEET SQUARE SHOPA IJ I For further information call FR 1.2771 I II I I

derived
from brochures I High 1958- 9; served as managing -
phlets, and letters, catalogs, pam- editor of 'The Carver Clar- PULL LINE OF GROCERIES
of "
dence. The correspon ion; played the alto saxaphone COLD I
CUTS
very thought of my in the marching and COSMETICS.
going to concert
J could college was exciting and bands, and represented her school 208 N.W.
10th '
hardly wait Street
to see how the in Buck Hill Falls TV
impressions already Pa. at the Na- REPAIRS
mind formed in tional Allied Youth Convention.
my
would -
compare with the The $200 scholarship she
impressions I receives -
was to receive at from the Alpha
Kappa Alpha
Wheeling. -
Upon Sorority this year, will t* 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.-Sunday 10 to 3 ..
my arrival a reception awarded each succeeding year J. B. SMITH
committee
received me greeting that her average in college is that DRIVE-IN '
me as thought I 'was a long lost of B of above.v ELECTRICSERVICE SERVICE. 'i i
friend. / '
They were very pleasant Mrs. Thena Crowder, principal .
and I was delighted of Holmes
with my Elementary School, Is
first
impression. basileus of the local chapter. Mrs. Electrical Contractor
,I soon discovered that meeting Ora Lee Haypjvood and Mrs. Gus- ALL WORK GUARANTEED' ,
my classmates in social aspect sie ,Debts ,are co-chairmen> of the HOUSEWIRING"Don't
was to be much easier scholarship committee.
lug them In scholastic than meet cuss Call us" Pick-up and Delivery-No Charge
aspects
"Competition Uunlimlted" is the PHONE OX 1.3625
name that I
gavethis
It can be said discovery. Register Today!
In all fairness, that Night or Day

was During another impression. Your Vote is Needed lRlUll P 0 0
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i W117. FAMUDegreesTallahassee ] I SATURDAY JUNE 27, 1959, PAGE. 7


i I Degrees were School of agriculture and home education, Barbara Burrows, Earl
| granted to 339 candidates recently economics: Ella M. Bryant; bach- Finley, Margaret Forde, Ruby
i' at Florida A and M University. elor of science, Norman Carey, Howel, Martha L. Jackson, Wil-
\ Of this number 29 ,were Miami- Willie C. Jackson, Levi LaMayette Ham Lee, Leroy Levan Jr., Hum-
pi ans. They were: Moss; John McKinney; school of I phrey} J. Mason, Eddie Moore Jr.,

, Willie Myers, Verna Neely, Rob-
ert Nolan, James Sands, Antoin-
Aln. ette Spicer, Bennie Thomas, Mar-
Jorie Thompson,. Peggy Thompson -
r; Cyril White, Mary Wilcox; : .
r school of nursing education, .
\ S yell Alexe Freeman; school of phar-
N Iah macy, Wilfred Gibson, Allan
"" Johnson, Charles Lassiter; gradu-
'l'j ate school ( master of education)
'1 Amos Brown.FLORISTS.

1'I'

, MEET
(\
"t AT HAMPTON, VA.

The seventh annual conventionof
the International Florists As.
! ." scciation, Inc., will convene at \
J f Hampton Istitute, Va., July 12. \ \
15. As the date nears, members of $ \
ii the Virginia State Florists Association -
give plans finishing
. touches to make the convention
.
, interesting and worthwhile edu- 4' 4
\ cationally. .
I .
,(. ..' :. Schools of designing have been

i , : > ,planned (or Monday and Tuesday.It .
1 :. *,:'' r will be carried out in depart-
, ments to cover the entire field of >\t

,. .' .. floristry, according to W. O. .tt:
\ Perry, Miami, president of the
1FA. "Procedures for handlingwire
.
; \ order work will also bo
given," he stated, "as this is one
) of the main reasons for the IFA." r.

Virginia State Florists are well
i organized with Mrs. Harriet Wat-
kins, Gloucester Vt., as presi-
, dent. Mrs. Watkins and Mr.
Perry extend welcome to floriststo i
I I harfi fu4 attend the convention ,\t t ?

1 DETROIT, Mich. Miss Doris of the maid of honor except that
Jean, Sims of Detroit became the they were pale pink. Summer Band and
f' bride of Private First Class Kelsey Although the groom is in mili- Choral Classes
E. Collie, son of Mr. and tary service the men wore con-
Mrs James Collie, 1465 NW 5th ventional civilian attire of oxford Offered at Dorsey t ,
I place, Miami, Fla., on Saturday I'' grey jackets and striped f
June' 13 in the an inspiring andcolorful trousers with pearl grey vests and Beginning June
double ring ceremony at.. 'i loves:' through July >. b;
31 courses in summer band and
Russell Street Baptist Church.The .
1 James J. Collie, brother cf the choral music will' be offered at
''I'" bride, daughter of Mr. and groom was best man and the Dorsey Junior High School.
Mrs. Dessie Sims of Prentiss, brides niece, Sharon Gamblin, Courses in 'band will be divided -
Miss., was given in marriage by was a flower girl. The ceremonywas into three classes. A class for
her father. Gowned in blossom 'performed by Rev. S. C. beginners, one at the intermediate '
*' '
white embroidered tulle,' the bride Campbell, minister at Russell. level and for those pupils
presented Dresren like pictureto Street Church. who are desirous of participating -
long ,remember. Pearls and in the concert and
Following the ceremony a reception marching
iridescent paillettes frosted the
band the school
was held in one of the coming year.
the bateau decol-
fkrwerettes at Pupils who do not
instru-
ballrooms of the downtown own
letaje. and the long sleeves were
traditionally YWC. The newly weds began the ments or have never played one
tapered over her
celebration by dancing-- to the before will find the summer band
wrists. The bouffant skirt' ,belled
music of T. J. Fowler's orches program a wonderful time to be-
from! the pointed waistline and
gin learning. These who have
cascaded in back in' tiers of flut- tra.Later the coule was honored' started will) find a great opportunity -
ed tulle, spreading: rwith, airy to ahead.
at a house party given by the get This is so
grace- to a chac.l train.A grocm's uncle, Frank T. Collie ol because more attention will be
crown of Jewelled lace held Detroit. given to individual problems
in place her filmy veil of silk Ccunjes In choral and group
Illusion, and she carried a, white After a, brief honeymoon at the 'singing will also be offered.A .
lace covered'' prayer book with Hotel SUtler-HIlton in Detroit, small fee of $1.00 will be
white orchids attached.The : the ccuple will Journey to Wash required when registering.
charming bride was at- ington, DC:, where they will r : ?
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Lavon Sims of Chicago, who from the army. ;sf"; f
wore! a street length rose dressof Among the guests present for
silk organza, accented by a the festive occasion were Miss 3'4s
larger bow'' at the back of the Kathryn Sims, Mr. and Mrs. A. Tallahassee Thirteen ROTC
flair skirt with a Sabrina neck Lucas of Chicago and members of i Cadets were commissioned. as
line. *top her head she wore a the bride's family. The groom's Second Lieutenants in the 'United
berette-type headdress with a parents, sister, Constance Maria, States Army during the commencement -
short rose veil of net 'attached. cousin, Gloria Collie and exercises held at Fla.
The three bridesmaids, Misses nephews, Norman' Palaclous and A and M University recently.
Evelyn Thomas and Dorothy I Lawrence Meeks motored frog< Others commissioned were
Lynch and Mrs. Johnnie Fair- I Florida to be on hand for the Andrew Green, Tallahassee; Low-
child/ wore the exact ,design dress ..wedding is Johnson, Miami Jummie Craft,
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tlon WFEC preterits Mr. Shirley June 27. And after that* date, W [L. :t.

Diane Washington, 330 N.E. 70th two more TV sets given away on fi production
.t. with a 21-inch television set. WFEC't June.July contest.
Mrs. Washington was ft he ,ffrt/|. / Mrs. Waslngton was Interview. L
winner of the June.July contest ed on the "Blanche Calloway tr i
currently being rUn on WFEC. Presents" program, Friday, June Q Br r .
During June.July three more TV 19. Mrs. Washington, the motherof tt-ibnte C E u ,.5 : .
sets will be given away. Mrs two children, was quite thrill. $LQRSE RAFT.PAT O'BRIEN.JOEL BROWN.CREENPUYeY BILlYWlLDER
Washington won om the first two ed as this Is the first time she has *
udl.A.L DIAMOND. IRECTED 8'1 BILLY WILDER.- MlriPn 't'P"i
week contest which ended June ever won a contest.

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Contest Sunday JUST BROWSIN'By
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Ail officers and members of PAUL R. HENRY 'S 'r ; .
"the Junior and Senior Ushers .. .. 5g L'
Union Association are urged tc '" ::: ,__ ,0 Naf_ __, ._ ." I i

be present at the monthly program I Scottie Bilt is low bidder with REV. J. E. BROWN sopsiARIO ,
on Sunday, June 28. at 3 $95,775 on a 8-classroom additionto
pan The program will be held A. L. Lewis Elementary !lEev. E. R. Ferguson, pastor of ( F
between Mt. Calvary Baptist School, Homestead. Beulah Baptist Church Coconut
junior and senior usher boards. Grove, and Rev. J. E. Brown,
Sponsorship :will be at Mt. Cal- Florida A and M 'will get a pastor of New Hope Baptist
vary Baptist Church, NW 5th ct. bigger share of the race track Church, Liberty City, will leave a r''
between 15th and 17th streets scholarship money this year. Pre- Saturday morning, June 27, on
Your cooperation is solicited. viously the university of Florida an evangelistic tour to Nassau.
Dea,David Hudson, Pres has been getting 5fl percent, FSU The tour, to last four days, ;will MiwtNs'
Key, E. M. Thomas, pastor 36 percent and A and M 8 per- be a PAA round trip flight. The
Mrs.' T, L. Ellison, reporter cent. Now Florida and FSU will ministers will 'include about six l
get 42 V4 percent each and FAMU churclv/s in their preaching itin- .
Francis Funeral 15 percent. The money comes) erary. Among them are Mt.
from special scholarship days at Pleasant Green, St. Paul, Mt. l Shown at 9:34 and 11:15
Home MovedThe dog and horse trades. The Rattlers Calvary Metropolitan and Bethel
-'-'Francis Funeral Home I should get '$44,000 this year for Baptist Churches.
athletic Accompanying the ministerswill
which has served the, public foi I scholarships.In
the :past SI years, formerly lo. York- be little Ruth Mae Ferguson, .SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY
daughter
of Rev.
cated at 1025 Nw 2nd ave. movedto New 23-year-old Ferguson.
a new location, 236 NW 7th st. Joseph Thomas trained eight ._
This modernized building with youngsters, ages 9 to 14 as bur Your Vote is Neededto 1
air conditioned chapel and officeis glars. He usually paid them in
better equipped to serve the pennies for thousands- of dollars : fight the forces that seekto MARILYN
worth of loot.
public more efficiently in every
keep Second Class
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capacity.Our aim. is "service that sat George Bain of New York City Citizen. ,MONROE MS. \
isfies" with low cost funerals, to is here to attend the funeral of '
"this mother-in-law and her '
suit everyone Telephone numberin Mrs. RobertL.
the directory. Call FR 3-3034. Anton, who was buried bosom compcmrcniJ I
Mr. Harold T. Francis Thursday from St. Agnes church.
Mr?. Isabelle Francis, owners BUNCH TOMV j
George Neabitt of 1742 NW Ali .
i B&ba ave., in opa Locka was a THEATRE OPA LOC A
District Swim Meet '
I recent winner of a $25 savings Tel. MA L7822 CURT,
Here Tuesday (bond from the city of Miami SUN. THRU WED.
Beach In its weekly courtesy pro. .{:
SWIMMING, DIVING AND grain. "WARLOCK"Richard JACK
RELAYS AT DIXIE Wldmark

PARK The 4th POOL and 6th districts of the won't The bother North-South Negroes expressway in down- Henry Fonda LEsogMA
Orange State Recreation Associa- "Up Periscope"James
town Miami for another two,
tion swimming meet will be held years. But when it does force out Garner
at Dixie Park BILLy WILDER
swimming pool
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some 2,000 families they can get Edmond O'Brien
Tuesday, June 30 starting at 12 a 40-year "relocation" mortgageup PROOUCBQMUKE:)

noon. to $9,000 und edwrittea. by the, j .
Teams participating win be: federal government. :ISVME4
Dixie Pool, ,Miami; Sunland,
Ft. Lauderdale' ; Roosevelt, West Local playground supervisorsand '
Palm Beach; West End, Po npano'Delray ( the kid too) are complaining CAPITOLTHEATRE !I .
Beach, Delray; Dixie, Hal- that whenever the city recreation
landale; Belle Glade, Belle Glade; department issues play

Key West. equipment to the Negro play- SATURDAY MIDNITE TII0D.F'
This meet promises to be the grounds it is usually, used and rebuilt SUN. MON. TUES. '
best meet we've ever had in Mi
that is taken
equipment up
Blazing Western Thrills!
I ami. The public is invited. from the white playgrounds the ..... .
Don Murray In RAFT. O'BRIEN .L BROWN
'I year before. Though much of it .. PAt
is reconditioned, why do we always "THESE THOUSAND MniuiitBllLY mil .4 ULDUHOMJ gaff 1IB1lYnw,wr 1 olltthlLMIdpeCsaessIPraeohXJa

I' .KING ADULTS COLE ABABTTMENTS ONLY I ?have to get the secondhandstuff HILLS"Jean Simmons In* 11rdMaWo/ldsl ..........j

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Young Matrons' FASHION THE MIAMI TIMES-"The' Peoples Newspaper"! '

Celebrate REVIEW SUNDAY I'SATURDAY:, JUNE 27, 1959 PAGE; 9

AnniversaryThe -
That spectacular fashion review Personal MentionFirst siding fit the Woodard's'i.(Florri
Young Matrons' Auxiliary being, sponsored by theO'Neal's and Frank) at 1261 NW 68th
of St. Mary's Baptist Church, Bronze Modeling Club: ,. terrace.
Coral Gables, is celebrating' their which was originally scheduled t Lieut. Joseph Clark now
6th anniversary for last Sunday at 5 pan at th l stationed In Germany, where he
Sunday, June
; plans remaining for the next Healthy Chest
28 at 3 ,pm. Mrs. Marguerite Mil Fiesta CLUb, was postponed be.
cause of inclement weather. Thu three years, /writes that his over-
ler, a teacher in the Dade County
seas, post h, a beautiful place Check cheat with, stray -
, public school system will be review, however, will be held on your an ;
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the speaker for this occasion. The this' Sunday, June 28, at 5 pan and that he Is stationed among Be sure you are free''from'
public is invited to attend this at the same Fiesta Club. hospitable people. Lt. Clark'. chest diseases. F
The incomparable Chickki wife, the former Miss Bertha
affair.Mrs.. Rosa Barr president Horne will be an added attrac* Hemphlll of Charlotte, N.C., will Take advantage of your Dad
tion on the occasi6n. Admission join him in August. He Is the son County Tuberculosis AaocJ.aUODXray
is $125 and the public is invite of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Clark service offered at the following
Magnolia Hoaptal Sr., 529 NW Uth. Terr. locations and dates: ,,:

To Tour Europe Jesse I Monday, une 29, NW 4th are.
Weir former Miamian
Magnolia Hospital was the focal and 16th at., 3 to 7 .pjn. ',J
this and nojw of Bronx, NY visited '
point of activity past
with'six in Mrs. Juanita Matthews and during ,the week with relative Tuesday, June 30, 1701 NW
week surgical cases
addition to maternity and illness. Miss Marcelle Rlhodrlqxtez left and friends. Mr. Weir left fox 1st place, 3 to 7 !Miss Willie Mitchell, Mrs. R.V. Miami on Tuesday, June 23 fora home on Thursday. He will be ,Wednesday, July 1, .NW 2nd
Hudson, Lester McFarland Mrs. 9-week, vacation. remembered as a former BTW ave., between 17 and laeta. 31 to
(Mr. and Mrs. ,William Wesley Jessie Chambers, Rueben Hunter They will visit relatives and High football star. 7 !p-m ./ .
McGuire ,Thursday]: July 2, ,Joe's Super -
their
are spending vacation and Mrs. Lucy Way underwent friends in Washington D.C. Bal- f
I in Asbury Park, New Jer. surgery. All are convalescing timore, Maryland and New, York Mrs. Erslya Anders, formerlyof Market, NW: 2nd court and
sey. Mrs. McGuire will be remembered nicely. for Ashville, N. C. will make 7th St., 3 to 7 pm. w
City approximately two
'us the former Miss Baby girls 'were born to Mrs weeks. Follojwlng this they will Florida her home. The hubby, Friday, July 3, "400 NW 17th
,. and to Mrs. Levy Walter Anders, is special education st., 3 to 7 pm.
Dorothy Gay
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pnwww"V < a a trip -
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instructor at And it's FREE tool Takes onlya
Adams. The Adams Infant made that will include such coun- Mays High
While here the Anders are .re- minute!I -
her entrance into the world on
tries tis England, France, Rome,
the day of the recent tornado. Switzerland, Germany, Monaco
Other patients at Magnolia this and Vienna. Mrs. Matthews is the
week were Miss Annie Ruth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl-
Smith, Mrs. Irene Bishop, Mrs. ton Finley and Miss Rhodriquez
Marjorie Rhodes, Mrs. Henrietta is the niece of Mrs. Finley. 55 BUICK CENTURY WAGON. A beautiful 895
West and Mr. Thelma Brooks.
One important feature of then Teenage Dances 4-door station (wagon ,with V-8, dyna-
(N' Magnolia Hospital will be
piped oxygen to every room. With
Saturday Night '
this facility fire and explosion ZANE ALPERT'SMETROPOLITAN
hazards practically nil.
are Saturday June 27 two dances
Ground breaking ceremoniesfor MOTORS
for teenagers are being held to
the vast expansion program at
Magnolia will be announced soon. provide wholesome<<; recreation for
the youngsters. The dances will 5560 N.W. 7th AVE. '
On completion of the building
addition. the public will be invited be at Liberty Square Auditoriumand I t
Dixie at 7:30
Park beginning
to see first hand the facilities
offered to Magnolia patients. pjn. These dances are being sup .
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DAV to Jax in sponsored by the City of Miami {

State ConfabThe Recreation is free Department.and there The will admission b*- PIANO SICK ? p'

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M annual state convention of live music at both dances. Neck
Johnnie M. Raye. daughter of Mr. Disabled American Veterans will ties are not necessary but no one .
and Mrs; :Howard S. ;WUkerson of convene in Jacksonville June 2) will be admitted In' tennis shoesor SEE WM. FINDER{ Sr. I
this. city. (Mrs. McGuire is a so- I thru 28. Scene of the conclave dungarees
phomore at Bennett College, will be the Mayflower Hotel. r r.ADVIJFS FOR PROFESSIONAL: PIANO A l.
Greensboro, NjC. Delegates representing DA'IChapteJ AND ORGAN SERVICES N
Mr. McGuire is the son of Prof 39, Miami are James 1C ONLY
and (Mrs. .William !McGuire oi Hall, commander; William I.. KING COLE APARTMENTS
Fayetteville, NJC. :He is a sopho- Jackson Jr., adjutant; Edward H. 1935 N.W. 153rd St. OSERVt'C I : ''
6501 N.W. 12th Ave.
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Hanna, treasurer; James Greet;
more at A and T College. :Mr.
and Mrs. McGuire plan to con- Sr., vice commander; Earl K Quiet and clean' surroundings MU 8.3770NOW ,
Mizell advocate. Manager at Apt. 2
judge
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The James E. Scott Community coral. Both have fresh paint jobs -
Association is :first in the field and new top 1 and 2 'Bedroom ApartmentsHouses ,
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of good day care programs fox .
pre-school children. And in keeping ZANE ALPERTSMETROPOLITAN Stores .
with the needs and interests .
of these young children, JESCA MOTORS Brown, Sub Coconut Grovo '
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the three to six year olds.

This program offers fun and
WILSON AGENCY Inc.
relaxation, and is designed to RENTAL ,
keep little ones happy, yet constructively -

summer. Let occupied your youngsters during t enJoy h e. IA'RILEY'S CUT-RATE STOREThe 1307' N.W., 3rd Ave FR 4-0116

out-door ,arts and crafts

cookery, nature study, short ex- Friendly ,Store With The Warm Welcome I
cursions. There are many other

active activities bodies planned and alert especially minds.far 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376 .


TRIPS READ HELP CHILDRENTO THE FINEST PRODUCTS AT CUT RATE PRICES
MAGIC CITYEI.EC.TRONICS.

Educators say that well plan- Checker and puzzles, games for children, beach

ned trips of special interest helpto for balls, swimming rings, reading glasses,.sunglasses.for '1'
form a good background
later reading abilities In young men, women, boys and girls.

children.join In the So fun let while your they children learn. Open, Dally and Sunday a.m. to 10 p.m. 1208 N.W. 62nd Street "':, ."//.i! ;.

Trips are being made to Dres- ..
sel's Dairy Farm, the Canine Pe John A.. McMinn, Owner RADIO TV PHONOGRAPHSSALES
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Shop, Holsum Bakery, Crandon
Park Zoo and other places that SERVICE '; '
will delight and Inform our child '" '

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Y's Men's Carnival 2 and 3 BEDROOM HOMES Call PL 4-7318


July 4th With Small Down PaymentsIn .

Orchard Villa Area "
The Y's Men's Club of the Car-

ver branch YMCA will present 0, TERMS .
We Pay Cash For Home and Lot t IIW""" v.
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another Carnival on the grounds l
of the "Y" at 5770 NW 15th ave. e, FAST SERVICE
on July 4. There will be entertainment 9
for the entire family O 9 a.m. 9 p.m.
with a variety of games and rides Floral Park Apts. For Rent

for the little ones. The Carnival $20 WEEKLY-SORRY, NO CHILDREN .. TUBES CHECKED FREE %
3 and will end
will begin at pm
with a Variety Show that evening 2474 N.W. 58th Street 10% DISCOUNT ON ALL PARTS

in the auditorium. t' .

: fThis to Carnival give entertainment to being presented fox- Chas. H. Pyke RealtorPLaza JUNE Summer Special i l ,. JULY

:, those wfco 4> >n't care to get out ,
on the highway: or attend crowded '
public places for a bit of relaxatkra. 40782 CALL OR COME IN. TODA
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blessing us thus far. TEMPLE BAPTIST ,
I For outstanding achievement in
., r 1' Brother T. Bonlvy' was honoredas
.: the class leaders rally awards the'con..,
were presented by Mrs. Maude K. the oldest father of
He la.
Reid to Martell Johnson for reporting gregatlon on Father's Day.
chairman of the trustee board
I the highest sum, and to
100 treasuer and Is one of the most
'j Murray James for having a
percent response from the mem- faithful and loyal members of the

C4nrdI bers on his class. Congrats to church. Congratulations.,

those two gentlemen. ,
to 'Sunday evening will mark the The Sunday School is sponsor-

: me. end of the second quarter and ing a dinner sale on the church
our presiding elder, Dr. W. D. grounds this. eveing (Friday) beginning -
at 7 o'clock.. The !publicis
> Coffey will be with us. Our pas-
tor is asking that all boards be invited.On .

in readiness. Time 3 o'clock. Sunday the Junior choir
NEW BETHEL BAPTISTRev. /Parents send children to
your
will sing during the morning ser,
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE School and for' it
Sunday League
Ernest Williams, pastor vice and the number 1 and 2
10 SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1959 1571 N.W. 68th Terrace is the church working together choirs and male chorus will furnish -
with the home and school that
Mrs. Hazel Levan, reporterIn music during: the evening
will. hold them into our Chris-
the absence of our reporter, tian citizens of tomorrow. Sister' M. E. Stevens left last
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN ST. MATTHEW AMEZ Mrs. Hazel Levan, who is attending Remember the sick and the Friday for Murfreesborough: Tennessee -

FAMU, Mrs; Cleolla McCartney shut-ins in your prayers. Visitorsare and points north on hex
14 th Ave. and 69th Street 1628 N.W. 5th Ave will be your acting reporter always welcome. vacation. She is ,president of the
Rev. James E. CUlmer, pastor Rev. Daniel Pridgen pastor Father's Day at New Bethel is Pulpit Aid Boajd.

Sunday School........... 9:30 am. Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor one to ,be long remembered. We
Westminster Fellowship 6:00: !pjn Phone NE 5-1518 I had baptism in our own beautiful Now is the time!

Mid-week Service Services every Sunday pool in which we baptized eight to fight the forces that seekto Grand Tabernacle No. 4 of the
Thursday ................ 8:00: pjn. 1450 N.W. 59th St. new members. The service was will
at :Sunday School........... 9s30: a.m. and Order of Love and Chary
Visitors are always welcome high in spirit, very touching keep you a Second Class have the opening program their
11
In Morning Service ............ a.mEvening
Grace. There are no strangers Service 7:30 heart-warming. Hands out to our Grand Lodge Monday, 8 pm. at
........ p.m. Citizen.
God's house. unsay School ................ 9:45: am pastor- for the' remarkable service.way! Temple. The public is invited.
Munnings in which he rendered the
Herbert .1ornna Worship ............ 11 amCONGREGATIONAL
SessionANTIOCH
Clerk of
The pastor was showered 'with

BAPTISTRev. many wonderful gifts presented
him from the various auxiliaries CO OLDS SUPER 88. A beautiful black 5'95'
Dr. H. C. McDowell, pasrtor
E. D. Richardson, pastor A. E. McNeal, reporter and members on Fathers' Day. WM 4 door Sedan with Hydramatic, radio
Minnie T. Copeland, reporter On Saturday night, June 27 No.
Sunday was truly a Joyful day 2 choir is sponsoring a sale at and heater; A one owner car

Sunday School was opened at for our Fellowship !for alter more the home of Sis. Catherine Bain,
0:30: !by Deacon Morgan. The les than a year by planning and 1534 NW 71st st. Please come ZANE ALPERT'SMETROPOLITAN
son was reviewed by the pastor. working weVere Joyful over out and make the evening a suc-
The theme of the morning: We have
our special blessing. our
message delivered by our pastor own minister and his charmingand cess.On Sunday the fourth Lord's MOTORS

The music was furnished by lovely wife, Dr, and Mrs. H. Day the NO. 2 choir :will render
the No. 2 choir, usher board No, C. McDowell. Our spirits were the services. Come 'out and ,hear 5560 N.W. 7th AVE.
2 rendered service.At .
refreshed and renewed in our ef- them.

5:30 the BTU hour was forts. Let each of us make knqwn Sis. Sadie Green and Bro. Butler -
held' with Deacon Phillip in our intent to serve and our grat- are on the sick list. We are
itude for their coming. soliciting' for them our prayers.

charge.Sunday night the devotional service Dr. and Mrs. McDowell will be Visit the shut-ins today.

was conducted by Deacon "at home" Sunday, June 28 ,at 0
Phillips and Deacon Walker. The our parsonage, 5821 NW 19th ave. NEW MT. CALVARYRev. CHEV. WAGON 4 Dr.., 9 passenger
3 until to ,, mem- 54 7QC
from our
pjm. ,
music was furnished by the No. bers friends and visitors. Dropin W. P. Tarpley, pastor Fully equipped. This car is like new . ..... t
1 choir with the No. 1 usher Betty Lois Mclrrtosh, reporter
them wel-
board rendering servce. The and !give a hearty

evening message by Rev. Rob- come to the Magic City. "And thou didst divide the sea
Robinson, our revivalist. Last Sunday Dr. McDowell before them, so that they went ZANE ALPERPSMETROPOLITAN
gave us an inspiring message on through the midst of the sea .OR
Baptism will be Sunday morn Fellowship this Sunday his mes- the dry land; and I their persecu
MOTORS
ing. sage will deal with "Congrega tors thou threwest Into the deepsas
tionalism." stone Into the mighty waters"
Our shut-ins are: Bros. Bush, membersare a .
Quite a few of our .
another with
We
Mann, Kev. Smith, Sisters Liv- \ away at summer school. and the Sunday began School which Sunday beganat 5560 N.W. 7th :AVE. .'
ingston and Bell. Visitors are always on their vacation. the usual 'hour with Deacan

welcome. It is summer. . and .the weather Nathaniel Miller in charge.At .
will be hot, but one hour a weekis

BAHA'I ASSEMBLY small thanks for the numerous 10:30: a Jim. the devotional .
blessings we receive each day. service was conducted by Deacon
rrheiBaha'i Assembly of Miami Ccme to church every Sunday Lair The music for the day was

will (present a musical program 11 ajn. at the Seventh Day Ad- i furnished by choi. No.1. Usher Get out, of the rut! Come and see
called "Music! the Universal ventist School auditorium, NW board No. 1 :was on duty. Rev
Language," at the Baha'i Center, 50th st. and 25th ave. Friend. Sheffield delivered a wonderful

137 NWllth ave., 7:43: : pm. Sun- md visitors are always welcome. message taken from Genesis 18: HunterWHO
day, June 28. Mr. Tony Placers "Father provoke not your 3. The message was highly accepted Bishop
will play music of many lands, children to wrath," was our pas- by everyone.We .
and Miss Ida Solomon, who has tor's text on Sunday in 'keeping are asking you to please

served the Faith as a (pioneer in with Father's Day % visit the sick.FRIENDSHIP. IS WELL su ,./(,.
Brazil, will speak on the above < III

subject. Everyone is invited to MT. HERMON A. 'M. E. BAPTISTRev. KNOWN AS
attend.
Rev. Samuel Gay, pastor C. J. Burney pastor PROF. HUNTERFor

Church of TransfigurationEpiscopal Opa Loeka Marie Alford, reporter
Publicity CommitteeOn
( ) Sunday School began at 9:30 the past 33 years
2571 N.W 152nd Terr. Wednesday, June 24 our awn with the Supt. Deacon J ere,
\ Ven John E. Culmer pastor and delegates will leave Ross in charge. Prayer meeting sick and r
priest in charge for the Sunday School convention was led by Deacons Sutton and If you are

, Stanley Sweeting, reporter which convenes in Hallandale. Stovell. The morning and even. worried or in. trouble'
Our ,pastor and both choirs, and ing messages were delivered by '
Services every Sunday I I this is the place to
usher boards 1 and 2 will be inchug'C _
Moxaingsworship/ .:...............:.. 9:30: I our pastor,.Rev. Burney. Themes in the
{ Sunday School..................... 10:30 of the services at 2.panat "Jesus Leads The Way," and come. Don't stay ,
the convention On Sunday Calm Conditions respectively rut. Push back the veil .
Lay Reader William Jackson, two 'babies' were baptized during The evening devotion was led by .k
Jr., directed the Order' of morning our 11 o'clock services. Parents Deacon Jackson and Brother T 'of the lack of under .

service. The Mission welcomed please send your children to Ross. standing and bad luck
the return of Mrs. Colleen junior church on Tuesday even- ,The No. 1 choir was in''' chargeof ,
Finder, organist; !whose son ings. You are always welcome. tha morning .song service. The 'that teem to hold you w,

Jerry, recently underwent an op- ; No. 2 choir was in charge of the In your track and advance

eration in Jackson Memorial MT. TABOR BAPTIST, evening worship. The men usher forward by the r
board in of the
Hospital.
was charge day'swork.
Mrs. Lois Hicks, reporter help of God.
Senior Lay Reader James E. NOTE: Visitors are always wet

Lucas read the announcementsand come. COMING I EVENTS Your home and every day,life can be'made happy.
sermon. The sermon, "Gates Order of Service The No. 1 choir will have their He will show to bypass' enemies and the
to' The City" was'written by the Sunday School..................?... 9:3' anniversary on Monday, June 29 things that God you in the your get
put world for Let the
Morning worship 11:00( you.
Rev. Richard
Aldeen Hayes, D.D. The public is invited to attend
rector of Calvary Church, Lombard BTU .......?............................... 5:3 0 this annual affair. peace of God fill your soul, mind and body then the
111. Evening worship .................... 7:30 Help your favorite contestant w,jn power that is in you will be awaken and.you"' will be
the title of "Queen for a Day" : ,in a higher state of mind and spirit:
(Mrs. Ruth Singleton received a NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. sponsored by the Seaboard -Baptist -
letter of thanks and appreciation ssociation. Contestants I Listen to Radio Station WMIE
from Mrs. Susan Harris, James E. Drown pastor are at 1140 on 'your. ,.
chairman of the campaign com 13ro. Vanden Dovan. reporter Sisters Mary Francis White and dial every Sunday at 6:45 a.m. You are invited
Marie Alford. See either of the
mittee of the Florida Associationof "If I do Not The dill of my contestants for tickets. Tickets ''to listen to the Radio Ministry of Bishop Hunter of

Workers for the Blind, for do- Father. 'believe 1M particular are
nating a !beautiful lamp to the 'phrase was taken from the Southwest 17th St., Hollyweod, Fla. Donation will
Negro branch of the Lighthouse, I Book of St. John 14:37 and was
MARTIN MEMORIAL AME be accepted for the continuation of this broadcast.
during its Emergency Campaign most-spiritually interpreted as the r
Drive. Though personal con- sermon in our morning service on
a Richmond Heights
Prof. Hunter's
tribution, the gift was presentedIn last Sunday. The Rev. Garrett of Rev. Albert Jones, pastor office is open daily from 10 a.m.
the name of the Mission. Augusta, Ga. preached .out of his to 4 p.m. from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. for readings and con

soul and we thank God for the After having a rest for two sultation. Closed all day Wednesday. Prof. licensed
Coffee and cake were served well the Sunday mornings our pastor was the '
message as / as messenger by State ,and.CountY' as a Reader.
the (pariah ners by the Women'sDivision Sunday coming our service will at his best as he delivered the

of the Church. i oegin with the Sunday School messages throughout the day.Services . One mile east .of 7th Ave. on Highway 441 Old

: FRANCIS followed by the morning service were deeply inspiring Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallendal.,Remens-, _
( ST XAVIER
: at 11 a.m., at 3 pjm. The Rev. W. and heart wanning. On thftoo sea
ond Sunday the class leaders her the address, 5417 S.W. 17th'St. West Hollywood .
t'hN.W.tth Aye. and 16th Terr W. Williams, evangelist will administer ,
*!' *. "',Phone FR 0-1424 service in behalf of our rally and contest tei n1nated. It Florida.
. .,
MASSES Men Day rally then to close out was a wonderful success. Total

Dally _..............-........ 8 sjn8uadayK. the day of worship with the even amount received was $791. We .
'..-- 7 san & 8:30: son ing. services at 7 pm. are truly thankful to God for '- .



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JRST UNITARIANThe MT. ZION A. M. E. Rev. Culmer Out as AME LAYMENIN president Bro. Charles W. TerreaJ

'Rev' Robert W. Sonen will 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. of the South Florida Conference.
I again be IUest'speaker at the Opa Locka Grace Presbyterian CONFAB Host pastor, Rev. S. A. Cousin.

First Unitarian Church, Dixie Rev. C. Jenkins, pastor Pastor Presiding Bishop Bt. Rev. Sherman -

undaY, June-28, 11 am. the sermon Corning worship ............ 11 am Cash Market, 533 NW 17th St., of the African Methodist You are cordially Invited to attend -
subject will be "Church i-eague ...A.......................... 5 pm has been asked, by the Presby- Episcopal Church of the State of this great convention.
pires land' ; the Super Ego." evening worship ................ 7 pm. tery of Southeast Florida to re- Florida will hold its conventionat
I Following-eervice, a meeting sign as pastor of Grace Church, Greater Bethel AME Churchon
f the congregation' will} be held; BETHANY BAPTIST NW 14th ave. and 69th st. July 1-3. The convention will Drive Carefully ,
The MidtownexB will be led by Bro. Felix White, host
have a :307$ N.W. 46lh tti. Rev. Culmer will Ibe remerbered -
Covered; dish supper on Wednesay
Rev. Rudy Keaton, as one-time pastor of
pastor Trinity
July 1 6:30
t Mrs., pan at the home .cyuimuy: bcnool ............ y. U aom. Wesleyan Methodist Church, NW ,
Irene Merrill, 2130 NW Morning Service ........... 11 ...ID, 14th st. and 2nd ave, BUICK CENTURY 4-door Hardtop.
|7th st. tS'1.U ................................ b.:JU pan.vening 56 1095
Service ............ 7sU pm The membership of the church This,car has full power equipmentand
ST.; JAMES BAPTIST Prayer Service, '1"l1W'Ih 1u p.m has fallen off considerably in recent dynaflow, radio and heater.
months and former
membersand
Rev. J, L_> Johnson, pastor friends Come quick '
Ml. CALVARY UAPT1S1 are asked to return
Sunday
.....................Services.-....... 5:30 pan and of the help best to In make the church one
ttev. & this
/ening Visitor Worsulp ............ 7:30 pjn Phyllis! M.Myers inunuu, reporter, pastes it is the only Negro community Presbyterian as ZANE ALPERT'SMETROPOLITAN

Jnday School always.......welcome.... 9:30 son IBow down thine ear, 0 Lord, ferred Church in in this January area. It of was this trans- MOTORS

fornlng 323 Worship N.W 14th........St.11:00: tjn hear needy."me: for 1 am .poor and I from the Presbytery of Knox year at 5560 N.W. 7th AVE. ,

Cordele Ga., to the Southeast
We began another Sunday with Presbytery of Fla. with# head
TRINITY WESLEYANlev. the Sunday 'School which beganat quarters at Ft. Lauderdale.The .
the usual hour with Deacon I
George E. Johnson
pastor
*rs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter G. .Mann, superintendent in session of the church and

iinday School .......,,........... 9 sun charge.: The lesson for the morning the Presbytery are both anxious
ruing worship .........._HOC was reviewed by JRev. Ste- to expand the program ol the 58 BUICK HARDTOP and convertible....... 2195
sun* People's Meeting 5 p.m phens. .-j-l church in the community. Visitorsare Both cars, the 4-door hardtop and
At 11 aim the devotional service always welcome: convertible have power steering and
[METROPOLITAN! AME was conducted by Bro. Mann
The music for the morning was A new minister will be Installed power brakes, automatic transmission,
'Rev. A. M. Salmon, pastor furnished by the No. 1 choir who at a date to be announced radio and heater
Mae later. Services will be conductedas
Thompson, chairlady sang out at their souls. The
Celia Day, secretary message: for the morning usual every Sunday 11 am. ZANE ALPERT"SMETROPOLITAN
was
with Sunday School at 9:30
: a.m
May, June 26 Is Woman' rendered by a visiting minister I
at Metropolitan. The day will from Albany, Ga., Rev. Z. H. MOTORS
with the Bailey. His subject was "1 am

ajna., The women Sunday wilt School be in at Not Ashamed" of the ,Gospel of speaker was Bro. Wilfred Gibson 5560 N.W. 7th AVE.
e of the 11 am. services Jesus, taken from Romans 1:16.: The pastor made the closing re-
." '),Mrs. Ann Coleman as guest At 3 pan we had the City Wide marks.
er' Mission at our church. Presiding The public is cordially invitedto
:30 over t'hpeople was their presi- a tea given by the Sunday
choirs
pjm. and
one two
be dent Sister L. Moran. School at 1609 NW 5th ct., Sunday
at their
p f uO ram. Mw. Shebamart best in a musical will be I service Sunday was night conducted the devotional by Deacon -. 4 pjm. 1m OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOUSEE I

,.),:;, 4te rel/guest cordially speaker Invited at 7 to pjn.attend You night Belln. The music for the -- THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
(I' these services was :furnished by the No. 2 Are you a wallflower
throughout the .choir. Then Rev. Z. H. Bailey PSYCHIC READER
daT.I. rendered another great message Would you like to learn te danceIn

for the day, subject, "I Am The a private studio
THE
INCARNATION Christ," found in Luke 1820.: VISIT -

1835 N.W. 54th Street Let us remember the sick and Don Strachan's Dance Studio
S. Clarke these in need of spiritual &Uid-
n,15* Jr. vicar
.
Butler reporter ance. Visitors are always> welcometo 7168 N.W. 18th Ave. PL 7-8768
come and worship with us at
S. and Bible Class .... 9:30 am any time.
lftlln Sung Mass ............ .11 am. Beautiful Home on
EYC Meeting .:..-.............., 5:30 pm ST. MARY'S W. M. Your Lot
Solemn Evensong ........ 1:30 pin" '
f Wednesday: Low Mass 6:30 am. Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor ;a adetacComplete
Evensong with meditation
Sunday School began at the
8:00 pjm. usual hour with Miss !Helen Trot- rw1 I

.We have begun our church: man In charge. The lesson wad i)
school summer recreation program reviewed by the pastor. w .

at the parish hall, 1700 NW Rodney Roberts was master oi
69th st from 9 am to 1:00 pxn. ceremonies: at the 11 am. Fath-
Monday thru Friday. ,This pro- er's Day (worship service. The building servlos
grain is.+openM to the public. Fee call to worship /was made by Bro.E. Let my years of Experience guide and protect you through
$1.00 per family. Young. The !pastor led the responsive PLANNING Life as A Lighthouse guides the chip In A storm

The Saints Ann-Margaret chapter reading and prayed; the e BUILDING
WHEN OTHICIUi FAIL YOU SEE MR
oi churchrwomen Male Chorus rendered music and C FINANCINGYour
of the rams 1s sponsoring Albert Bain gave the occasion. A New Horns For Success in Business And Love
a night of games ,party at the solo ,was sung by Joseph Pleze.
CONSULT
home of' :Mw.' Winifred Johnson Erric Bain was the principal REPAIRINGREMODELING HER ,
1821-JW50th st on'Friday/June speaker and 'ihe Rev. H. V. You can now have your home made happy

26, row.. The public Is invited. Stuart took the offering. The Get and Hold the position you so long wanted
RENOVATINGOver
ArimfMhm, tree There wW' be pastor gave the closing remarks. Don't Stay in the rut, get out now
sales Mrs. Gladys McFord was at the
organ and No 2 ushers served. Twenty Years of By the help of God she can help you

TRIUMPH CHURCH Brother Carol LJgbtboura made Construction IXJNrl.nceeQ".rant..d Remove evil Influence if sick worried la
the call to worship at 7:30 pm., ftatocfsetlon you are or
Prince' H. Mobley, pastor and Rev. H. V. Stuart led the responsive troubleIt
Sis. C. McKinney, reporter j reading and prayed. 1f l] will pay you to call and see this Gifted Medium First
Charles Culmer master of
was Where thousands come yearly for help And Advice, yon too can
Sunday
was the last day of ceremonies. Those appearing on
our second quarterly conference. the program were: Brother Manson mmv (!)@ro Q be touched by this strange mysterious power

The topic of the lesson was MJe- Wallace, Mrs. Charlotte Gibson -
NE 5-6171 WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe
hoshephat, Wife King of Juda. Peggy Anderson, Master
Our Young and others Mrs. Geraldine same God who delivered MOM And the children of Israel
afternoon service was most 1121 N.W. 29th Street
Inspiring, and enjoyed by all who Allen. The male chorus furnished Miami of old Is still Alive today And will open A way for you through
attended. Our County Mother, H. music with Mrs. U. XUggs the troubled tea of life Let not him that Is blind leAd yon or
Williams, was in charge of the at the I organ. The principal t yon stumble with him.

meeUjh. .... Do yon doubt the existence of thing because you cannot see
.
The- them?
evening service '
was con-
ducted by Elder' K. Sconiers and NOW What do you think of the'Invisible waves And sound that l

the: expressions were opened by b/SECRET make Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television possible
Mother, AT
Lee
duced ; The preslder intro- A seed before ,It sprouts, lies concealed, secret, silent in the
the speaker which was LAST NUMBERS dark earth or womb of Nature. TIIKIIB IS AIT "UNSBBN
Rev. 0.. Griffin, pastor of Key e .
West. They can POWER"

The closing remarks f q a be sold:" Therefore# acquaint yourself ;I'J-M'
were given 'k4 1 yes these # .
by Prince W. J. Roberts and two amazing . tt with the one who- is an
both sayings were very inspiring. books. authority. Whose private J
Our second quarterly conference The titles consultation will evolve you
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Harold Wells Dies THEM AMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"

f I j SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1959" PAGE 13
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; Range . IN MEMORIAM

> a In sad and loving memory of
Mrs. Mary Louise Major if
loved .
our ones
,
4630 SW St. West :
,20th Hollywood -,
SARAH B. C. RUSSELL,
died' ,In .Jackson Memorial who departed this life Male 1955
Hospital onJune
20.'She Is sur- and *
vived by hers husband, Richard, : ,
ELJ.ZABEIIH: YOUNG CROSS
four daughters: 'Mrs. Louise who departed this life
June 22-
Chinn, Mae Johnson, Ellen Jones, 1938. f H I I
and Ida Barkley; two sons,. James ,
and John Major a sister Mrs. Though you are gone, to,rest, ,

WANT A \MOME FOR SALE Theresa Danville, a brother, Stafford _ your missed presence from the shall f always- be t
Major and other relativesShe
You want home that is Mrs. Pauline Williams rAnd
a carefully 30x150 DEERFIELD BEACH .c., will lie In repose until i j
planned? It would pay you m S.E. 2nd Ct. East of S.E. IsiTerr. \ pan at which time funeral ser FamilyBeauticians I !
to let me plan it, For I have years Terms. Call Miami FRankn vices will be conducted at th* i
of experience. Alexander Sey- 7-4812 Ind First Born Church of God In Opu PicnicAll i

mour, architect-engineer, 1316 Locka. Burial will be conducted beauticians of chapter No.
NW 5th ave., Miami 36; Phone ; HOUSE"' Suitable for In Evergreen Cemetery. 7 are having their annual picnic-
FR 19533. 4804 SW l&lh St., W' $aut'-1JllI n' with separate livingquarters June 30 at Virginia Key Beach.
Hollywood; YU 3-9987.1' ? on" busy 62nd st. 1172 Members please contact.. Mrs.
Jun 27 NW 62nd st. IndJ I Bertha Perry.ARCHITECTURAL.


LOT 50 x 150 West Hollywood, Funeral services for Harold .
j WANTED. Carver Ranches. Call OX 1-7784. Anthony Wells Sr., who died Frl t PLANS

LEASE '"VACANT HOUSE for indi day, June 19 were held at Cen-
long term. Suitable for rooming tral Baptist Church West Holly BUILDING PLANS ;
BEAUTIFUL LOTS at Southwest
3
house. "Will consider established wood Wednesday, June 24 Mr ;
21st st. Lots' No. 13, 14, 15.
business on small down payment Carver Ranches, Very reasonable. Mr. Wells was considered a pio- House, apts. and Additions
Responsible party. Write care of Call Prospect 9-4293 or write neer Mlamian having come hereIn
the Miami Time Box -662. JuU 1348 W. 107th place., Chicago, Ill 1904 when the city was still! All Work ,Guaranteed.
Mrs. E. Griffin julyll In its infancy. .For years he rana ts
EXPERIENCEDbeauty/ operatorat retail food establishment, and
Elouise's Beauty Salon, 556 GOOD BUY. Large $.E. corner operated several fruit, vegetableand s MU 1.7504 and
NW. 17th St., FR'9a956.EXPERIENCED NW 62nd st at 24th ave. 185 Ice trucks. These were his t tr MU 1.6959
front by 120 plus 80x135 on 61st stock' in trade until the depres- h.4I4 .
Operator at Vi's st. BU3A, ,can build 60 apts.. or sion of the 30's when he was
Beauty Shop, 938 NW 2nd ave., ; stores ,school or church $50,000$5OOO forced to give up these becauseof
phone FR 99359. Home: Francesftoberson down, balance 25 years. financial reverses.

: PL 9-5365. Mr. Martin, NE :56284.OR Survivors include six children M "+ t FOR SALE ;\(;
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DOMESTIC HELP, day workers, Herbert Wells, Burnell P. Wells,
SALE r. furnished .
cottage
$7.00. Also office help. Apply MIscellaneousLadies' Earl Wells Mrs. Finlfred Cooper + 3-bedroom, nicely ,
Aloha and AAA Employment shoes 25c, Men's shoes $1 Mrs. Myrtle Jones and Angle f t unit., including alr-condltlonini

Agencies. 423 NE 1st ave.' Phone Dresses 25c Refrigerator $8, Chest Cato; also three brothers and two . - -- -

FR 3-9813 or FR 1-4446.. Jun13 $3,90, Sectional $18 Elec. Iron sisters. Mrs. Rozell Johnson of 2260 NW $700 Down ,;

9c. Radio $3.90. Waffle iron 95c 66th st., ,/who died on Saturday, I
Dolls 79c. Rummage, 1346 NW June 13, was burled In River Only $80 a month'Call ,
FOR RENT 3rd ave. UN :5-3157. Junction Fla. on Sunday, June I
CARD OF THANKSThe
Mrs. Lakatos y
21 at 2:30 pan Mrs. Johnson is
ADULTS ONLY LOTS. 2 beautiful lots In nice, survived by her husband, Arnett Great Southern CoNE
KING COLE APARTMEN'ISQuiet airy location In Ft Lauderdale family of the late three children, .Queen Esther ; ,
Selling cheap Phone PL 4- I32. MRS. MARGARET GAITER Llllie Mae, Cynthia Alice, sisters 3-2Q96 r. 'I\W I'
and clean surroundings take this method of expressingour and brothers. I
6501 N.W. 12th Ave. HOMES, northwest. $505 dofwm. deepest appreciation and
v Manager at Apt. 2 Bunche Park, 2 bedrooms 2 heartfelt gratitude to our many -
baths unfurnished except stove friends 'for their kindness and
ROOM with private entrance and refrigerator, screened porch, tokens sympathy shown us in I 1 '
1032A NW 69th st. big lot, hedsre all around. one our hour of bereavement.
. mortgage '$70 month
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Thanks for the cards, telegramsand
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VALEK AND VALEK floral pieces which too
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refrigerator' and water, quiet Real Estate numerous to mention. Our special .fJIIH' H Kin" ; It'l'ilJ nHtI "f'ff" 4wd'
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1097 NW 119 St. thanks to Rev. Abraham Rahming .
MU 5-1322 of Bethany Seventh DayAdven-
FURNISHED ROOM Private
tist Church and the Bain Fun- CD
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Phone PL 7-6015 after 4:30: pan
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Influence. Reunites the separated. Turns failure
r .t; health and happiness. Phone NE 43267 for appointment. A Fact to Consider When Selecting a Funeral H6a.MANKER' .
I&,,: "Bull lng Plans"t
Take Buses 15 or 24 4500 N.W. 27th Are.
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;:Broward I CARDS-MEMORIALS PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1959


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News IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn .

loving memory of'our dear sad but loving memory of DEATHS
of dear
In
loving my
memory
nyWalter son, our loving son,
husband, LITTLE JESSE C. LIVINGSTONwho : . ,
Bow ___...._._____u _,_. ,... Richardson '
'JR. .
.- - ir 4' 'kit departed this life June B5,
1956. Mrs. Creola Parker, 418 NW
The third quarterly conferencewas To our memory wanes a vision 8th st,, died in Houston, Texas on
Zion AME Church f.
held at Mt. That our hearts never forgetOf June 19. Funeral conducted from
Sunday with Presiding Elder F f our love one who has de- Ebenezer M. E. Church on Wed
A. Allen In charge. The Rev. D parted nesday, June 24 at 2 pxn. with
of Ward
A. Russell and his choir Still we !feel his spirit near burial in C Evergreen Memorial
Chapel, Hallandale, were In i He is /with the Christ who Park ,with Rev. Hall officiating.
charge of the opening services brought 'us,
The presiding elder delivered the We long to meet him there. George Hammock, 1180 NW

sermon and the conference was Mrs. Rosie Livingston, 2nd ave., died on June '20. Fun .
very successful. The pastor, Rev. 2 9a f ff ro. Mother and Family eral services conducted from thf
M. H. Wilson, made the closing chapel on Thursday at 3 pan
remarks. Mildred James is reporter Rev A. H. ,Harris of the Trinity

IN MEMORIAMIn CUE Church officiated. Burial in
Evergreen MemoriaL
Congratulations to Mr.: and !! sad but loving memory of
Mrs Clifford Bullard /who were our dear mother and sister, Mrs. Nettie Covington, 2354
married last week. Mr. Bullard MRS. LBONIA MINGOROBERTS Service Road, died in Monroe
has been a resident of Carver Jackson Hospital of Hollywood
Ranches (West Hollywood) for who departed this life at Key rI June 20. Remains shipped to
the past eight years, and has (been West June 30, 1953. Douglas, Ga. where arrangements
manager of Bowe's Modernistic Some day we'll meet again will be completed.
Barber Shop for five years. Our loved one !gOne before
Some day we'll reach that happy Bernie Deloach,8 NW! 1Mb
!Mrs. Clara Milton of Carver STANLEY LEROY COI BROOK JOHNNIE BYRD land St. died on June 17. Funeral arrangements .
Ranches is home after two weeks'vacation who departed this. life June 24, who departed this life into eter- Where parting is no more. not completed.
in Jacksonville, visiting nity, June 23, 1S58. He is gone Miss Mevert Roberts,
relatives and friends. 1941.Gone, but not, forgotten. but not forgotten. daughter James Bryant, 1524 NW lat
The Colebrook Family May he rest in peace. Miss Mary Roberts, daughterMrs. ave. died in Jackson Hospital on
See Jerry, your Sun-Tattler We loved him but God loved Louise Deveaux, sister June 20. Funeral arrangements
carrier for your Miami Times. Mrs. Miriam Russell sister set for Saturday June
him best. Sleep on and take your 27 'at )
She lives at 5229 SW 20th st. IN MEMORIAM rest Clifford Mingo, brother p.m...

late Mrs. Katie Mae Byrd, twife: Mrs. Olive Mayo, sister
Funeral services for the In loving memory of our One Nichols, sister Mrs. Ruby Tharpe. sister Thomas Carey, 2041 NW 6th
Harold Anthony Wells were held daughter and; grand daughter, Luevornnia Brown, sister Key West, Fla. 6th place died June 21. 'Funeral
Central
afternoon at
Wednesday services were held
from
Corrine Nichols sister St
,
Baptist Church Carver Ranches, I I Mary's (Rev. E. A. Calmer
1 I Lonzie Byrd, brother ) on
Rev. E. J. Clark, pastor. The Rev. s June .27
ai Carbin brother IN MEMORIAM at 3 pan with burial in
C. B. Rock of the SDA Church ,. Byrd, Evergreen Memorial.
officiated. Mr. Wells is survivedby Sys ; p
In sad but loving memory of
several relatives. '. our dear husband and father, Miss Maggie Parrish, 2170 NW
IN MEMORIAMIn SHERMAN ADAm aid: ave., died on June 21. The

ASSOCIATIONFOR a ly V*r who departed this life June 29, body was shipped to Metter, Ga.
Ltsfi sad but loving memory of 1958. where arrangements will be con
CHILDHOOD our dear son, ducted.
Gone
but not forgotten. May
EDUCATION fi M he rest in peace.
Jessie Adair, wife Infant Parrish, 2170 NW 3rd
MEETSThe Bessie Manuel, daughter ave., died on June 22. The body
was shipped to,
meeting of the local chap- Catherine Gibson, daughter Metter, Ga.
ter of the Association for Child- And Family

hood Education was held follow- Francis
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. .
ing the regular Fellwshlp Day

program In the cafeteria of' the IN MEMORIAMIn 'Funeral services for Mre. Nath-

Holmes Elementary School. The k alie Colebrook of 4837 SW 23rd _
report on the 1959 ACEI Study sad but loving memory; of at. West Hollywood, who died
Conference held In St.. Louis my dear husband, i June 20 will be held on June 21
during Easter Week was given MR. ROBERT LAMBERTwho !! at 2 pan at. the Central Misson-
_
by the delegates Mesdames departed' this life June 30, ary Baptist Church of West Hoi.

Beulah Chester, Marian Dean, 1957. lywx| >od with Rev. E. J., Clarke
Gone
but not forgotten
end Helena Holton. officiating. Survivors include a
Mosely Doles, retiring presi- May he rest in peace. daughter; sister, three brothers,
dent called for business reportsone l..r F Mrs. Mamie Lambert and 10 grandchildren, .seven great-

of !which was from the Sun- Family grand children. Interment will be
shine Committee asking for a revamping JUANITA MARSHALL* in Dania Cemetery.

of that program. Fur- ,who departed this life June 24, IN MEMORIAMIn
ther information: and study will 1947. Warren Felton of 161% NW
be given to this report during the I Come with thy grace and heavenly 16th st., died on June 17 from
aid loving memory of our dear stab wounds received in alter-
an
coming year. Mr. Doles then ,
sister
presented the CE officers for'the And fill the hearts which thou ; cation. A native of Xingtree SJC.
1959-1960 hast made. . BEATRICE JOHNSONwho plans for removal of the body to
year Mrs. Loretha - '
departed this life on June Kingtree for) services
Cestina Dames and burial
Pecke, !president; Mrs. Grady Lee grandmotherAnd W. B. ROUX 27, 1W8 Dinkins, 1st vice 'president; Mrs Family' who departed this life June 30., Your memory Is still ,with us,
Daisy Benson, 2nd vice presi- 1955. We miss you more and more each Mrs. Ethelene Brown McQueenwho
dent; Mrs. Doretha Davison, recording Some day !We will meet again, day; resided at 1752 NW 5th PL.
secretary; Mrs. Beulah Build up your social prestige Our loved one gone before Jesus will guide us safely died June 21 at the Jackson M-e
Chester, corresponding secretary; Learn dance Some day we'll reach that hap To be with you some day. mortal Hospital. ,Mrs. McQueen
to at
Mrs. Marian Dean, financial sec- py land, Our earthly loss is heaven's gain. has lived in this,area for the past
retary; Mrs. Lee Etta Thomas, Dbn Strachan's Dance Studio Where parting is no. more. Mrs. /Bertha Bethel, sister 17 years and was :very !well
treasurer; Mrs. {Fannie McPher- 7168 NW. 16th Ave PL 7-8766 Gone /but not forgotten.Mr. Mrs. Olivia Tinker' sister known. Funeral arrangements are
son, parlamentarian; Mrs. Helena and Mrs. B. F. Roux. Joseph Johnson, brother incomplete at this time..Surviving
Holton, publications chairman, Father and Mother are her husband, an aunt, twc

and Mrs. Charlotte Ford Clark, _._._n___ daughters and a son.
sponsor. CARD OF THANKSThe

During the brief remarks made Eli Rigby of 10325 SW 1'l8th
by the new: president, Mrs. Cfl CADILLAC CONVERTIBLE 62. All 1995 family of the late, St., Perrine, died at his home on
Pecke, the members were reminded *JU white with black nylon top. Leather BENJAMIN P. REED June 22 after 4 rather short
of the Importance of a interior and all factory wishes to express Its appreciation illness. Arrangements are incomn -
follow-through on the group project power to the many friends who pent plete. Survivors.,include .his wife,
The Spring Round-up of all cards of sympathy in' their recent Mrs.: Susan Rigby, three daugh
prospective first graders, ZANE :ALPERT'SMETROPOLITAN bereavement ters, Mrs. Mary Williams, Mrs.
Alice Wilson and Mrs. Susan
Special thanks to .the friend Canara; tfwo sons Sammle .and
IN MEMORIAMIn MOTORS and neighbors who prepared Charles; a brother, 28 grand
loving memory of our beloved dinner; the friends and neighbors children; 40 'eatD'8nds.I .
husband, father and (grand of Sixth ave.; Sixth st. ad oth- -

father, 5560 N.W. 7th AVE. .... ers who sent floral arrangements, I John Willis Johnson of'ISO
MR. LEROY DEAN our pastor, Rev. S. A. Cousin; Mr. I NW 22nd st., apt. 40 died Jim -
who departed ths life June 26, Robert Clark Mr. Stokes, Mrs. 22 as a result of.stab wounds Inflicted -
1957. May the soul of the faithful Virginia Franklin who appeared by 'his wife during a domestic
I departed through, the mercy on the program and the Richardson argument. Born in the
of God rest in peace: and may Funeral Home. city of Quincy, Mr. Johnson had
light perpetual shine upon him. 1 The Bereaved FatallyAnnouncement resided in Miami a year before
J The Family WANTEDEASTERN f his death. Surviving are his wife,

-- _._ Annie a brother and other.kin.
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FOR SALE STAR OR MASON r L ,
The
family of the late Mrs.
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Brand New 3-Bedroom (or Former Member) Rosa Beatrice Brown Bostic Now Open! ,
l' wishes to express their sincere .. .
Hardwood Floors EARN GOOD MONEY appreciation to their friends for ELITE .'
Garage the .
-, numerous courtesies extend
11 Write at Once tot ed during their hour of bereavement SHOE SHOP
2017 N.W. 55th Ter. and invoke God's' choicest
'0'
842 N.W. 3rd Are.
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I 'ti: REV. WM. V. BANKS blessings upon each of you.
Your Shoes Talk About You .-s.
: I Open Sunday 3.5 p.m. 2101 Gratiot Ave. 'Mr.Mr. Jake John Bostic, husband ELITE SHOE REPAIRING keeps
Brown, brother
them. looking like NEW
CAPPER CONST. CORP. Detroit 7, Michigan, Mrs.Mrs. Daisy Salatha Baker Smith Give'us a trial ...
Arthur "Key "West" Sands, prop.
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' 'Nowspaper"SATURDAY

[ ., .. -- America's JUNE 27 1959 PAGE
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T I 1 1 l' I TEACHERS HOLDFELLOWSHIP system gave an illuminating account
I Miss Frederick A. Roberts, Gilbert Gonzalez of New York of<< the overall guidance thatis
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louise City Is here visiting his mother, given In the area of curricu
Roberts, lla. Fort Village, and Mrs. Nellie* Gonzalez, who Is ill DAY PROGRAM lum. This 'covered school system
grand daughter of Mrs. Sarah at heip residence In Fort Village evaluation, long-range planning
Roberts, graduated from Northwestern -_ for school> sites acquisition; trans
The Annual
High school in Miami DEATH Fellowship Day portation and other like problems.She .
was held under the direction
June 6. program
also noted the need for'more
Samuel T. Pritchard, 714 Chap of the Dade County knowledge of mental, health as it
VACATIONAmong man Lane, 'died June 9 at Monroe Teachers Association> James M, relates to teachers. She
General Hospital alter an extended Simmons, president. Mrs. lona com
the students home fox mented that the organization of
vacation 'from the various col- illness. Furfcral services Cook was ''chairman for the very vertical planning in curriculum,
were held on Sunday, June 21, interesting general program held
leges are: Fla. A and M.:: Dorothy guidance never ends.
from Bethel AME Church at 3 at Northwestern Senior> High:
McGee A feature
Juanita Saunders, William of the Fellowship
o'clock' with (Rev. W. H. Zanders School. Highlights of that pro-
Edwards and Alfred Evans. Day was the display set up In
officiating. Survivors Include twc gram were the choral group sing the ,
Fislk Alfred lobby of
University: Raymond projects done during
.
daughters, Mrs. Valderine Dean ing from Bethune and
Douglas
the
Pla and Judith Pla. year at the school in the
Key West, and Mrs. Geraldine Elementary School; and the Impressive ETV The schools .
program. involved
Xavier University: Viria Rolle. Pritchard of West Palm Beach; Memorial service. were A. L. Lewis -
Dunbar
i Prairie View: James Haggins two sons, Samuel Pritchard-., and R. R. Moton. ,
and Joseph Williams. of Chicago; a step son, Wesley Dr. oe Hall, superintendent of
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St. Augustine's: Albert Cash. Haggins of Key West; a sister Dade County Schools gave a very ---
u4S.I Mrs. Irene..Rahmings of Miami; full report of the (past year's
Mrs. Marie WW and daughter 19 grand children, a host of other work .- advances and problems Don't Fret Fight!
Ursula and sister-in-law: left relatives and friends. of our county school system Miss
the city to spend their vacation Margaret J. Glkey director of Join The'NAACP I
&- In Georgia and Nortfolk, Va.8ICK Guidance Services for the school I

I Register Your Boy
I LIST .

Worshipful. Master Alexander Mrs. Lucille Pope Is ill Friends For YM Residence OLDS 98 HOLIDAY. 2-door
hardtop
Lucas Jr. the arrival 10QC
announces ''I wish her a speedy recovery. 57
of the charter for St. Matthew with all power. Accessories. Today's lUuu
Lodge No. 670 F and AM PHA Mrs. Martha Welters of 40S CampLocated
whichh- rill tOO presented to the Smith Lane is still sick. at her big special
Lodge by Deputy Hilton Brownon residence. at Lake Placid, 15C I
July 1, Its (meeting haU at miles north of Miami' one of ZANE ALPERT'SMETROPOLITAN

1742 NW 3rd ave., 8 pm. I Mrs. Ruby Neely Valdez is sick America's finest camps the
The lodge was organized last I at her home. Friends wish her Miami YMCA's Camp covers au
August 20 by the late Rev. A. H i well again. area of 150 acres and is equippedto MOTORS .
Ferguson, and has been operatingas aooomodate more than *one
A UJD. Lodge until now Mrs. Rubv Bain, wife of Cecil hundred boys.
Membership has increased more Bain Sr., 326 Truman Ave., How well can youngster 5560 N.W. 7th AVE.
,than double since then under its your ;
companied by her son, Cecil ac-I' swim and handle a canoe? Shoot
new master. Is on an extended vacation the bow and arrow? How well is
All members and friends are will take her on visits to her his target with a .22 rifle? Qual-
urged to be 'present. Refreshment family in Atlanta, Ga. and fied counselors will be availableto
will be served.Teacher Brooklyn, N.Y. and other cities. assist these boys and many .

more when the Carver Y goes to CHEVROLET. Stick Shift V-8 210,
on Year's (Lemuel Mickens, a former Key Camp August 224$. Will your 57 1495 1
Wester now a resident of New son participate- This is a real 2-door Sedan. Black Sharp as they
Leave of Absence York City is here spending e opportunity for your boy to get come and ready for the drags
After 25 years of service In the short vacation) visiting relativesand away from the crwded city for a
Dade County school system, one friends. He is the house guestof period of wholesome recreationand
of its teachers goes on leave-of- his mother-in-law, Mrs. Loretta outdoor life.Registration ZANE ALPERPSMETROPOLITAN
absence. for a year of rest. Smith, 410 Julia St. Is now open for
Mrs. Hazel Carey-Sanders.. youngsters to enroll. For addition MOTORS
2590 NW 160th St., Bunohc Park I al Information call or visit. the
ended '25 years teaching under Hams, Carver branch YMC, 8770 NW 5560 N.W. 7th AVE.
three principals at the dose of i Mr., Reid 'proved avery- able 19th ave. Phone OX 6-0231.: The
the 1958-1959 school term. A +ooeaker and enlightened many of YMCA is a member Agency of
leave-of-absence was asked from the functions of the NAACP. He the United Fund.

the Dade County School Board. ended his speech bv stressing the \F ... ...
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Beginning her school work in goal! of the NAACP is to seek Inq
South Miami, Mrs. Sanden reasonable constructive and effective -
worked one year under Mrs. way to meet the most For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
Clora Pearsall then principal of serious challenge in American
South Miami elementary, now 'Me the denial of equal orroortunitv -
head of Dunbar elementary, Mi because of race or color.
ami. Later she was transferred: to Remarks were made by the BONDED COLLECTIONAGENCY '
Phyllis Wheatley elementary. south Eastern Field Secretary,
Mr Patten and -the Revs. Armstrong
Miami, where she served 17 years -
under Mrs. Grace Albert, now and Taylor.
head of Floral Heights elemen- Mrs. Williams was at the piano. "r.." "..
We have a tremendous taskto ('"'''' ..... "
tary.With oerform. but "'ft can do it Inc.
'the opening of Bunche with A determined United people .
Park elementary In Opa Locka, '
Mrs. Sanders worked for seven .

years under Mrs. Alma Brooks,
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Gray Hair Wanted!
now retired. Mys. Sylvia Lam-
The largest collection and rental ; .
bert replaced Mrs. Brooks at Man or Woman
Bunche Park. HOW YOU CAN LOOK
Mrs Sanders Is the (wife of 20 YEARS YOUNGER agency in the South; operating in

Thomas Sanders, Interviewerand with cUnce'f newest discovery
counselor at Florida State Auntie-Gray PomadeSay Dade and Broward Counties' ,Negro '
Employment Service. They havea
son, Thomas Michael age 11, goodbye to GRAY'.HAIR with Housing areas. + 41
a student at Bunche Park elementary new pomade discovery. Apply '
Imply as you would your rod
ular halrdr Mlno. Impart 'nat
L. L. BROOKS, PRESIDENT
ural.looklnp color, leaves hair
2nd NAACP beautifully oft and luttrou MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
BREAKFAST Won't rub off, wash out. Non.
A fttalnlno, rnon Color-Tone
>areaey.
SUCCESSThe Pomade condition and grooms '''10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND '

hair.. No other hair dressing need.
NAACP breakfast held at ed. Send only $2.00 .(tax Include BROWARD COUNTIES
Scott Homes Auditorium, 7200 ed) for full 1'ox.. Result ?var.
NW 22nd ave. June 14, 8 am. nteed. Introductory offer for S
limited time. No C.O.D.'e please. : ,
was a lovely affair with a very

unique program. The versatile HAIR8HEEN OF MIAMI S ",
Cherrye'Mills Boyer was mistressof Suite 8. 8163 HE 2nd ,Ave.
ceremonies. Miami 88, Fla.NN.INN..NMMNN.N..N.N.. \ .
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"America" and the pledge to the .NN..._....-__ / CY, INC. "
flag was part of the opening cere .
monies. :

Those participating on the I ... 11
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CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
Mesdames Mildred Pleas .
ant, Flowers and Mrs. Ora Lee FURNISHEDEFFICIENCY
Taylor gave the occasion. The APTS. 1880 N.W. 78rd ST. ............. PL 8-9827 a 1019 N.W. 6th ST.

guest speaker, J, M.. Reid, fwas ,t. LaudtrdaU ,............... JA 4-8357
e 8481 GRAND AVE. .-... HI 4.2447
Introduced by Dr. Charles Wil- J 6.00 Per ,Weak
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simple effective relief o, Free Store 17825 HOMESTEAD AVE. Opa Looks MU S-0817 ,
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THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper" 1 L FATHER OF.34ELECTROCUTED, =

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"' .t, OES Grand Strictly J A Z Z children ORLANDO was electrocuted- A father Monday of I 34 s!;!;

I .' Officers Entertained LOVELY in a road construction accident.: ;

?:' Last Saturday night in the The victim was identified as ,
t" t chanmlng home of Rev. and Mrs. Gary Armstrong; 58,,wbo lived in ,
e. T.. A. Rolle, Mesdames Minnie KENNY DREW TRIO- surburtoan/Maitland. Authorities **'
,r Lawson and Clementine Daniels, : said Armstrong was driving a 1,
! grand secretary and grand as.
bulldozer construction
road '
on a
ot HOMES
Order
sociate matron of the
the"Eastern Star were elaborately job] when the machine's. blade
entertained by the matrons of Pianist with Buddy Rich's Orchestra severed a guy wire holding up a
Dade : pcfwer utility pole;

Amid; tables laden /with platter. FOR SALEIn ,Armstrong dismounted from .
of ham, turkey, fried and bar.
the bulldozer, waded through a
becued chicken cooked, tossed vegetables salad, potato -, Northwest55th puddle of water and grabbed the I .
salad,
wire. He was killed Instantly
macoroni and chest, cake and
numerous other delectable, dishes St. Area when coursed 7,200 through:volts his of body.electricity
the guests of honor mingledand .81R JOHN HOTELN.W.
talked with those who came Authorities said Armstrong: is
to pay tribute to them. survived by his second wife and
(Rev, T. A. Rolle grand worthy 33 of his 34 children ranging in
patron, was gratified to see so 3rd.Ave. COR. 6th: ST., MIAMI age from toddlers to married
many persons present. *sa- adults. The other one, acj -year- 0.(
Matrons participating were: w old boy, a drowning victim, was '"
Mrs. Alice Dean, Virginia Fox, buried Sunday.ot '
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Gibson, Irene Pratt, Bessie Be-

erine Cambridge thune,Dillard Irene: Cora, Harrison Belle Solomon White, Clarejtha, ,,Cath-Mae Low Easy Down Monthly Payments Term 1 I: Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From j*

Esther Bodie, Mfrjlda Oxford and
Flossie Jenkins. In! ,VISIT OR CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645 <
Other guests attending' were:
Mrs. Mary Lawson, mother-in- Only 1 Mortgage ''Its ._ ------ xlt
law of the grand secretary, Mrs.
Lona Brown Simmons, Gussie -, Lr "
Johnson Irvin! "Ethel Ferguson, 0
Louise Norwood Johnson, Alice
Cash, Catherine Cook, Ercelle Third Ave. ; I
Culmer, Blanche Dean, Messr L
Eddie J Strachan, John Taylor, c cEne
Deacon Burney and Clarence _ _ yjr
Robinson.
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The tornado which hit Miami M
June 17 and was estimated to 3fyll
have done $5 million 'damages 742 NW 3rd Ave. II C
didn't do us that bad. Revised estimates C'r
of the,damages now total
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