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Publication Date: July 4, 1959
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36th YEAR, NO.( 45 I' 'MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1959 PRICE TEN CENTS 18 PAGES





I White Man Gets Chair for Rape. of Negro Woman I



.. FIRST TIME IN -
I I
HISTORY OF U.S. CORE MEMBERS SEEK HEARING, I IT MAN STABBED TO'

DEATH AT CURB !
BEAUFORT S.C A White
Maripe and a Negro man were MARKET

serl\ence4 In. ,the same courtroom James Oliver Simpson 44, 320
Thursday to. be electrocuted Aug.
stabbed to death
NW 7th st.Was
H tor
separate interracial
rape in
cases. about 7.45: Wednesday night
with another man b
Marine Pvt. Fred G Davis, 24, an altercation y
men's of the new
In the room
was sentenced for the
rape of a
curb market at 1MO NW 22nd St.,
47-year-old
Negro woman If he
dies in the electric chair according to the Homicide Bureau
as sentenced 4
p
It will be the first recorded of the Miami Police Dept.
Police said Simpson was cut
case in the United State of a
White man's execution for rapIng from the hat down, through the,
a Negro woman. t left ear and through the Jugular
About A r vein. Simpson ran from the room i
two ,hours after Davis'sentence f4 : :
\,' and fell to
Judge J. Henry Johnson toll< wlng the cutting
sentenced.* 19-year-old: Israel the ground in front of 1200 NW' I
Sharpetva Negro, to death for the 22nd St., where he died. 1 I
Police know'' Simpson's assail-
attempted rape of a White woman
in her home. ant, but are withholding his
name pending completion of an
Investigation into the 'killing. '
Suit Filed to Stop Police said Simpson and his

Purge of Negro assailant got into an argument Dr. James E. Lindsey, 712 NW
early Wednesday morning overa
Votes dime. Simpson is alleged to 3rd ave., has recently returned t
have kicked his assailant. Later, to the city after completing a I

The Justice Department has filed according to police the two men two week post-graduate course in
suit in the U. S. District Court got into another argument overa major and minor foot surgery at
in New Orleans to stop the purgeof shirt one was allegedly Civic Hospital in Detroit.
Negro voters in Washington -i wearing the other shirt, without I ''Dr. Lindsey was the first Negro
Parish a county about 50 miles M the owner's permission. Police I Podiatrist interned at Civic'

north of New Orleans. uA I !8, had not determined Just who Hospital.
Any two bonaflde voters, un. e 'was wearing who's shirt up to
der the Louisiana law, may chal- Thursday evening.! The cutting Civic Hospital Surgical course .
lenge the right of another voter. i : followed the argument covered in the two week period:

During the past seven Both men were part-41m. dayrotorkers .- Aseptic Surgical Technicians. ?
monthSthellO el'nmtn ..'report ',at the curb market. hospital protocol, laboratory procedures i
ed 1,377 affidavits, were filed Police are urging the assailant instrumentation, anei

challenging Negro voters in to 'come" to police,_. he dquar erg, suturing* ive"'medicatiore ,
Washington Parish and the Negro rItw- and give himself up. " thia.j OSt i ,
actual foot
registration was reduced to 236 sur-

from, .1,517 During the same BODY OF WOMAN *ery.
period, only 10 affidavits rwcre ( Dr. Lindsey performed over 3$
filed challenging white persons FOUND IN BAY surgical procedures, and was Issued
(Dependents in the suit are a Certification of Participation 4
some members of the White Citizens The body of a woman, pulled from Civic Hospital and
Council of Washington from Biscayne Bay near Venetian members of the American ,Collegeof
Parish ,and the registrar. : of. vote Causeway, last Friday, was identified toot surgeons
ers. by ,police this week as

The date has not been set for --- -- ---- -- ------ Elizabeth Brown. 31, of Riviera Dr. Lindsey recently spoke before -
I the hearing. I Beach. the Dade County Podiatry
(Members of the Miami
Chapterof
An autopsy' established that her Association: at the McAllister
. the of Racial
Congress Equal-
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death was due to drowning. She Hotel and gave a brief resume of 1
CORE shown in front
ity ( ) are identified by check of her his participation at Civic Hos
was a ,
of the Dade Chamber of
County
Dr. Yaeger Cited For Commerce Building after a conference I fingerprint; pital. I II
with C. L. Craig, executive -
I secretary of the Better Busl-
ndss Bureau... Craig offered to I "Distinguished Editor" Citees
arrange a meeting with the executive !
Tornado Medical Service committee of the Chamber z tk fM '
of Commerce but failed to I ,
do $oi
.
lice was received by Dr. Yaeger Members of CORE have stageda
3y
4i' last week. series of "sit-ins" at local dime 1
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City. of Miami, Florida store lunch counters In an effortto
June 22, 1059 have them serve Negroes. The !
_ campaigners occupy seats for t e4
Dr. Carl E Yae/g r"" Jr.
: ; hours 'waiting to be served. So
1177 NW 62nd Street far none has been served. These
Miami, Florida "sit-ins" are done after talks

Dear Dr. YaegerIt with the store managers are unsuccessful .
in opening the lunch
has been 'brought to my attention counters to' Negroes. All demonstrations 1,1 p t ,

by Detectives J. Borden have been peaceful and '
and T A. Rice that you were.1''I orderly and public reaction Is
pmonjt) ,the first Jo respond, favorable
scene of the destruction caused
by the tornado ,during the evenIng (Latest sit-in by ,the group ices
of Wednesday, June 17, 1939. on last Saturday at Burdlne's and
Detectives Borden and like relayed Wcofworth's.
that you freely offered
t ,yi your services and that you constituted Shown in the picture are Jack
the only medical service Gordon president of Washington
available at the first-aid stationfor ) Federal Savings! and Loan Asi'n,
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quite some time. Mrs. Shirley Zoloth, Dr. J. O.
Brown and Milton Zoloth. (See
Your unselfish act and your Dave Bondu's Around Miami
devotion to your profession has column on page 2 for another
--- .
aroused much commendation story on CORE). -
iDr. Carl E. Yaeger Jr., of from the general public and the EALPH ftfeGILLKdttsr '.. B. YOUNG SB, '
Yaeger Clinic 1177 NW 62nd st, Police alike. We are positive that of Un hbHtlatAaIuda ,
was one 6f the first to answer the disaster would have been C.thtMa 1 l..aa4 Gali. .
.A; the call for help in the $1,500,000 much more serious were it not Boycott !Protests The National
destruction done the recent Newspaper Publishers Association
by
for the efforts of people like your
tornado In this city 'self who were genuinely! inter- Racial (Policy cited Ralph M :GUI of the Atlanta Constitution and P,"B. ;
ested in serving the community, Young Sr. 'of the Norfolk '
He arrived on the scene about Journal' and Guide,.for Its aIw
43 minutes after the tornado 'On behalf of the entire Police KINGSTON, Jamaica The nuaj' "DUtlnirulshed Editor's' awards at Los Angeles
Division please accept my of this West i
i strudr' nd served alone for about personal government Indian June 26. J
appreciation for your cooperation Island has ordered a boycott of
one and/':.' naif hours in anemeneJ1e7.eUmc and assistance at a South African goods as a protest McGlll was named for his editorial attacks against
set In Mal-
sells Restaurant: 79th up st. and Biscayne time when It was most needed. against Ides. that country's racial pol racial violence and politicians who are misleading the f

Blvd. Sincerely yours, South. a
The boycott, ordered the
t The following l letter of com- W. E. Headley, Jamaican trade ministry, by is effective Young, long recognized as the Dean of Negro editors '

t f mmdattoQ,.trom.the'Chtet-of.Po. Chief of Police t.:r I Immediately was cited for 60 years fietUsadlJ1S1'.t9r.tclv1J.: ; 'xightap Dr1a..





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THE MIAMI TIMES The Peoples' Newspaper" (Florida Host, to Largest PTA CongressBy




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YORK Edward Ken- The musician ;was selected because -
nedy (Duke) Ellington, noted of his outstanding contri-
composer and orchestra leader, bution to. American music over a i
has been chosen as the 44th Spin long period of years. Among his
garn Medalist, Roy Wilkins executive better-known compositions are
secretary of the National "Mood Indigo" '50u. de."
Association for the Advancement "Harmony in Harlem" and "A
of Colored People, announced Portrait of Bert Williams. He
here today. wrote the score for the current
Presentation of the medal film. Anatomy of a Murder basedon
warded annually to a Negro the novel of that name by
Atxverican for distinguished John D. Voelker a Michigan
achievement is usually made Jurist. In 1957 Mr. Ellington's
during the association's annual creation "A Drum is a Woman",
national convention which, this was produced for network telecast -
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year, will be held in New York
His works have received ANTHONY L. SIMON made special African Seen in the Florida
City July 13-19. Because of Mr. gavel, of photo among -
Ellington's out-of-dty schedule, world-wide recognition as repre- wood, made by the Volusla! County State delegation to the National
the presentation may have to be sentative of the best in American The attendance of the 33rd annual Vocational Department. Our Parent-Teacher Association
postponed. music today. meeting of Natonal Congressof national president was also given convening: in Daytona Beach at
.. Cole red Parents and Teachers a gavel made by Northwestern Bethune-Cookman College are
Association held at Bethune- Senior High students. Dade National PTA president, Mrs.
Cookman College, Daytona Beach, County Council presented each Ethel Kight, LaGrange, Ga., state
I Honored For 50 Years in Medicine I the was the largest.in the history of out of state delegate with Verci- president Walter K. Harper,
organization.Mrs. colored coconuts and coconut Jacksonville: FAMU PresidentDr.
Ethel W. Kight of La- candies from the Palm Beach George W. Gore; B-CC Presi-
Grange, Ga., president presidedover Council Sugar from Feldsniere. dent Dr. Richard B. Moore; State
qtr 4'1 I the business sessions. There were 23 delegates from Secretary A. L. Osgood Palatxa;

Some 350 adults plus, scores of Dade County, representing 14 State Treasurer R. V. Daniels,
L rn children were registered for the schools) district and county. Jacksonville; State 1st Vice Pjes-
tt sessions, which opened Sunday, ident Mrs. Mary Fisher Johnson,
Another highlight of the Congress -
June 28 with a banquet. Dr. Ruth Webster; State Parliamentarian
the luncheon
was meeting
Stout Mrs. Elizabeth Espy Johnson,
president of the National
Tuesday at noon when panelistswere Miami.
Education Association, was guest young people from over the
speaker fcr the occasion. state, who gave their version on,
The 14 states "Youth wants to know.( Ctrl
represented were
Arkansas, Alabama, Georgia, Brigety of Daytona was modera Porgy and, Bess:

Mississippi Louisiana, Kentucky, tor.The
Tennessee, Texas, West Virginia, Congress closed on Wed- On WFEC Sunday
North Carolina, South Carolina, nesday with an all day sight-
Delaware, Maryland and Florida. seeing tour of Marinelana, But-
This Sunday, July 5 at 1
The lers Beach, and historic St. Aug- p.m.
largest delegation was from
ustine. Blanche Galloway of radio station
Florida with 125. Georgia was WFEC will present the completesccre
second with 91. The sentiments of the dele- : ) from George and In
gates was that Maxwell Saxon I Gershwin's American Negro
'Keynote speaker on the Na- be named Mr. PTA for his untir- opera "Porgy and Bess." Miss
M national level was Mrs. James
ing efforts to make this Con- ;
Calloway will narrate and set the
C. Parker
,
president of the national gress a success. Mr. ;
Congress of Parents apd Evans and staff the dining Featured:

Teachers Association.The staff, Dr Richard V. Moore and the sound track from the soon to
-- in Florida night I program was staff, president Walter K. Harperand be released motion picture will
Moore
By STANLEY SWEETINGDr. noted physician was" counselor gym Monday night, executive staff and each and be Miss Calloway' brother, Cab
presiding
for was Maxwell W. Saxon everyone who helped make this
the session
that welcomed Dr. as Sporting Life; Adele Simpsonas
Emil L. Bernard played the Boggs as the first Negro to address Mr., coordinator of local activities. Congress a success. Bess; Pearl Bailey plays Mara
role of honoree on May 7, when the medical group. The Harper, our state presi- The next congress will be held' and the voice of Robert Mc-
he was cited for his 50 yean service accomplishment merited notices dent gave each state president a In Sumter, S.C. in 1&60. I Perrin as Porgy.
in medicine. Ceremonies in the dalles of Springfield as
honoring the occasion took place well as television.In .
at the St. Nicholas hotel in St. addition to being one of the FAMU Has Strong
Louis and was attended by a first physicians in Central Illinois -
galaxy of distinguished and notable I to use diptheria antitoxin, Summer Faculty .
dlgnataries. and one of the first in Central
Delivering the principal address United States to give active im- Tallahassee Sixty-one per- ANNOUNCINGThe
to the gathering was Dr. munization for diptheria and sons Joined the faculty and staff '
Roy E. Boggs of St. Louis, a for- smallpox, Dr. Bernard served as cf Florida A and M University
mer Miamian whose mother a county supervisor president of for the summer session according
Mrs. E. Evelyn Evans owns and the Sangamon County Medical to Dr. George W. Gore Jr., pres Re-opening of The
operates the Dorsey and Marsha Society in 1939 member of Am- ident. .
Inn Hotels in Miami. pro Boggs erican Legion Optimists, Elks Sixteen of the new staffers
brought applause after applauseas and Sangamo Clubs. hold the dcctorate degree and 29
he spoke on "Techniques of Dr. Boggs is a BTW high, More- the master's. Scene of the mem- Brownsville Clinic
Resuscitation." house College and Meharry Med- bers will serve on the regular
The presentation to Dr. Ber- ical College grad and has received , staff and several will conduct
nard was extended by the Illinois many awards of praise for his workshops during the session. i
and Sangamon County Medi- contribution' to the medical pro- On the staff are the following On
cal Societies. Dr. Jacob Reisch, fession. Miamians: Eddie Bunyan, M. S., July 6, 1959. AI
I vocational-technical institute:
U Arthur Evans, M.A., arts and .
sciences (music); Miss Marguerite ..-------.- f
Pindkney, B.S., president's .
DO YOU WANT TO KEEP ,PHYSICALLY FIT' ? office: Kenneth Robinson, B.S.,
arts and sciences (chemistry and
DO' YOU WANT'TO REDUCE? physics); Mrs. Zola Sullivan M. Dr. Samuel M. Plotnik
S., school cf education; Mrs. .
Then, take advantage'. these* Maud Reid, M .A. agriculture and
home economics.

OPENING SPECIALS, 4820 N.W. 27th r Ave.

JOIN THE. MECHANICAL North Miami ...
Beach Phone NE 4-4260 Masonic Temple BldcIfA

GYM CLUB: Host to BYPU MeetThe .

Sunday School and Baptist

100', Charter Member 'Wanted--50* Men''and*' Yourvy People's Union con
vention
working under the Juris-
60 Ladies diction of the Great Union Bap- "
tist Association held a grand session .
$6.00 Per Month at the Oak Grove Baptist
Church. North Miami Beach, 2 and 3 BEDROOM HOMES
Also join theMASSAGE June 26 thru 28. Rev. W. Hen-
derson is pastor of Oak Grove. With Small Down Payments t

The convention was one of the
ClUBl greatest held In the history of In Orchard Villa Are*- '
the association. Both the youth

which, entitles.you to one massage a. week.t program this distinction.and grand A police parade escort share We Pay Cash For Homes and Lob .

$1&00 per month: ,- to the parade was granted by the ,
Department of North Miami
Hours 10 a.m. to 10 pm Beach. Theme son? of the group Floral Park Apts. For Rent
was "OTt -and
\ Christian Soldiers.
Inspiration surged throughout the $20 WEEKLY-SORRY, NO CHILDREN' .

youth program. 2474' N.W. 53th,Street "
EALTH f REDUCING The keynote address was .de.
livered by Marvin Gaies, whose
subject was "Character and Principles. -
." Chas. H. Realtor :
All officers were reelected -: Pyke .
601 N.W. 2nd Ave.-Miami for another year. Rev. I. ,
Clayton is president: Rev. C.
I
For further information call FR 1.2771 Frith is reporter, and Rev. W. I PLaza 4-0782
Ii Henderson is moderator of the I ,"
association. t'



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good citizens of a growing metropolis SATURDAY, JULY 4,* 1959 t. : PAGE;, ,, .
and can help us appreciate .
Around MiamiBy the value of living in Miami. I THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"Floyd


THE Studio of Modern Music
is now open at the Sir John" Hotel '
DAVE /Mr Swing) BONDU suite 118. This new music 't
Will
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ed in Miami, is warned and op. ( I

: BROWN was a mighty erated by Curt Harmon, Nathaniel -

man, and a mfghty man was he." I Jones, Harold Moore and ':V**
Hampton S., Reese. I only wishI Right Next Time
Dr. John O, Brawn'
seemingly is -'-" ----'- could print. their whole beauti-

becoming a mighty man in that but the boss says it's against the ful brochure in this column for .
he is getting; to be Miami's Mar- law. Somebody show me the law you to see but since that is im- ,. ,
tin Luther King The good doc- made by the health department possible, why don't you ask one New York City CNSSep- .
tor Is president of an organization and I'll eat what I have written. of these fellows for one. Their tember will tell the story. Floyd
called CORE (Congress of If that law is in the Constitution curriculum consists of piano In- Patterson is determined to studyup Soft Ball Schedule

Racial Equality). The organization of the United States of America, struction guitar", violin, trumpet, on that right which caused
is composed of White and the land of democracy, the homeof trombone, French horne saxophone him to exclaim, "I never saw a RECREATION DIVISION CITY
Negro people who are seeking the brave. . I'll eat this vocal, bass, violoncello, punch like that in my life." The OP MIAMINo

equal and not separate facilities, column in front of Burdine's on vibraphone and baritone ,horn lostruction. new champ, Johansson, with his player will be abU to play
Flagler street side. You can also get theory
broken
liberties will
civil and rights. English, be royally
As for Dr. Brqwn and his and applied studies. Arrange- unless he has a uniform (pants,
feted
by his country, Sweden
Dr Brown and his group recently group we hope that you and ments, orchestrations copying, and carefully groomed for the return -, : shirt, cap).'
went to Burdine's Dept. your organization will continue transposing and 'many other ser- bout promised for Septan Coaches: shirt& and cap. ;
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Store and sat in the dining area to bring these things- light so vices. Go see 'em. ber. Game time hi forfeit time.
that all people our great city _
for 20 minutes. They were not
can we live in the best While the skies threatened, Team leading by ten runs In
say
partof
served but
a conference is to be topo
MAYME seventh will b.
back downto Inning
held concerning facilities being the USA, where'men are men, \ $100 ticket holders, with no pro- game
Carmen' at Tire King on North called All Sunday' games: Tlnm
I regardless of race, creed or color. tection, hovered between the
opened. CORE paid a visit to F.
Miami Ave today. Remember we bleachers and damp seats and limit 7 Inning or hour and 45
W. Woolworth and sat for three told you in October that we had minutes. In cue of rain call .
Chidcie Home's noted in the crowd rea
revue at the was Halph(
hours waiting for service, which ,
was 'denied except to one young Jim Jam was complete success to buy tires for the trip, well one Bunche, a staunch supporter of nation division of thorn was faulty (from the 6531.
lady who locked like a Cuban. and will be even' better this 4th Patterson and Mrs. Floyd Patterson -
and after all this time
faculty)
,
of July weekend with the first his biggest booster.
When this young lady informedthe Carmen gave her< a brand new Monday, July 8, 7:30-'Ulaleah''
show starting at 11:45: Friday, The fight made a rich ofJohansson's
waitress that she was a Ne- man
,
tire to
replace the one that went vs Miami Cubs.
gro, she, tIC 0, was denied service, Saturday and Sunday nights. The manager, Bill Rosen- .
bad Now how is that for a Tuesday, July 77:30: C. G.
and the hi fht to enjoy a meal as second shqw starts at 2:15: a.m. the sohn, who has the Swede under ..
guarantee on products
Bill Robinson and his Quails did you exclusive contract Monarch vs Red Sox.
and the
thousands of other Negroes are. sports
sell. nice at T i
They are so r e
such a terrific 'Job that they will world has seen another ttwoaomo Wednesday July 8, 7:30: -
Why? The money ,that the Negroes be held over for a second week. a1ly. as Mike Jacobs and Joe Louis. Hector Supply vs,Miami Cubs.
spend in these stores each Songs by Etta Jones and humorby .
for they have quite a number of Roeensohn intends to give Patterson Thursday' July 9, 7:30 All
which is accepted and Flip Wilson gives the show Hialeah ,
year approved and his manager a bard Stars vs Bombers
does not matter ''When 'Just the right touch to make an I our that fellows you get working immediate there attention.to see way to go with his take of Sep- Friday, July 10.L. 7:30: All "
you (want service as any other enjoyable' and fine show. A new tember's fight.TIME Stars vs Hialeah OmDen. '
customer desires and deserves. band will be on hand for your Saturday, July 11, 7:30: C. I
The story on ,the'other side is that dancing pleasure. Come on out Next week this column R. Beam vs Opa Looka Jets '
/ Mr. Owner or Mr. Manager sez, and see the big: show, as Bffie come from Nassau. Chickie Hornet I I, Sunday July 12, 1:30: -. J. E. '
"I'm sorry we can't service you will be leaving us again soon. and myself will be appearing at TO GET Scott vs C. G, Monarch 4
because it is against the law the Tropicana for two weeks or
more. Our many thanks to our
What lawf Who's lalw. Then PRETTY GIRL of The Week: friends in wonderful Nassau for IN THE SWIMThe

sez "the health department says Janet Smith . Policeman of the asking Peanuts Taylor and Rene LOTS FOR 'SALE
that a Negro cannot eat in a restaurant Week: Officer McDowell (Ga. Vogt to bring: us back to Nassau. Dade County Park and Corner 150 120''
or snack bar" Since 'Boy)) . Fine Show of The Recreation Department. announces x
when did the health departmenthave Week: Jimmie Reeves, Cafe its third series of swimming Build on lot
This is it for this week. Till the your
the power to make laws? Society. classes for the residents of Dade
and since'-when did they say that I next one 'rolls around . Live County Registrations will be or mine
Negroes must be a nasty, contag- AND I life, every golden minute of it. cepted Thursday, July 2 from aC-1
MAYME THE BOYS left We take of financing'!!',
ious disease when in other cities ajm. to 12 noon for classes to care ;
in the North they eat in any restaurant Tuesday for a visit to Atlanta. gin Monday, July 8 at Matheson NO MONEY DOWN
they choose? And what Mable Marks accompanied themso +era Hammock and Homestead Bay-

about the Negroes who are that Mayme would have TOOTH front Park Virginia Beach and/ Cash paid for your lots or: ,
cleaner ,than some of the whites company coming back. Bill will fr.. Homestead Bayfront Park North :
who" eat in these same restau- stay in Atlanta for the summer ACHE fQ..t ials' will offer the same classes for homeSEYMOUR
and Dave will go to Wilmington, P.. i'I
of WHO are colored.
rants Isn't there a possibility ref ."dL Us.. by
NC. for visit with '. Alta BARON
a friends. dlllltr.
disease in any other race? They will be back next week. 1111.. res ell thouundLN Swimming classes are held
rely 0* olaa daily Monday through Friday
This sate health departmentwho fa INt, effu. ORAJEL and all children 6 of JE 8-1340
"makes this law" is liable There is a new family in Miami U rlIf, 'ull years age Licensed and Insured Builder
older are eli ble. Both betgftniners !
to see if the restaurant is clean from Cleveland Ohio. They are and intermediate classes
and that the dishes and utensilsare band leader Duke Jenkins, his will be offered.
properly cleaned and sterilized wife, Christine, his mother. Mrs.
so that anyone using the May Jenkins a daughter, Sheila,
some, plate that another person, son, Herman, and brother, Fred J. A. BURROWS
White, Black Blue, Green or Ye!. die. Duke and his band are appearing ,
low, is assured of a sanitary at the Eden Roc with an TRANSFER THE EVIDENCE I
plate and utensil. If this I is done,' indefinite contract. This is the
then who cares whether the last first time that a Sepia band has For quick dependable
persons who ate from it was a I been offered a stay at a Beach ,
Negro, Cuban, Gentile or Jew I spot, and we are proud of this Service STACKS UP
stem in the right direction Shell Phone OX 1.9163
The most important thing to and Herman are attending summer

prove the stupidity of the systemis reading and art classes at 1742 N.W. 67th St. there's Gin like
in saying that good percentageof Dorsey and the whole family no ." ,
the persons who eat in these has just about decided to "sell. Specializing in furniture '
same restaurants have at least out" Cleveland and move' to Mi moving 'i'ir'
one Negro maid or cook who ami We are glad to have them, :::
handles their food at home from for we feel) that they would be ?02N's
preparation to serving, and in :
the restaurant Negroes usually '
prepare the food or have something .
/ to do with the preparationof i I
it . It Is the duty of the STAR MEAT MARKET I I
health department+ to see that ( I .
these people are A-l in cleanliness

and health before allowingthis .,
. now isn't It silly that 1520 N.W. 62nd Street .,, "
'
,1
Negroes cannot be served In this .
same' restaurant. : ,\ ",ti

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People are people. You"Someof have THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE I ..
often heard a person say,
my best friends are colored" 1' .

or "It makes no difference to me ,Pt

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Help make the Golden. Anniversary.. year;.,c. ,:'
Office at 1112 NW. Third Ave., Miami, Florida-Phone FR 3.2236 :
Plant at 6740 N.W. 16th Avenue Phone OX 1.0421 1959 a real Jubilee with 500,000 member :, :'

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: ; kV %,, $2.00 up to 50000.Through your Local:Branch l, '.
ONE YEAR $4.BO SIX' MONTHS $2.75 THREE MONTHS $1.70 'W4
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H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor '- ,
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOIL THE ADVANCEMENT Of COIOTO PtOPU
20 west 40th street --- .. ,.....y.... It,H.".'
GARTH. O. REEVES, Managing Editor and Business Manager I 'i
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TEMTORA MTJTANTVIl ET NOB MTJTAMUR IN ELLIS ,,, .
"The Times Are Changed And We Are Changed With Them" V DURING THE 4TH OF JULY.WEEKEND

Entered as Second Class Matter, August 0, 1027, at the Post Officeat GET A BANG OUT OF( THE v
Miami, Florida, under the act of larch 8, 1876
Mr. and Mrs. Thoftias Frank
NEGRO PHILANTHROPY APPEARSBy Walker of 1729 NW 69th st. wishto Chickie Home'sREVUE
announce the marriage of their
Dean Gordon B. Hancock for ANP daughter Betty Jean, to John
Franklin Paul, son of Mr. and
The appearance of the Negro philantropist on th( Mrs. James F. Paul of 2050 NW
current scene, even in a small' way, is encouraging. Long 66th st. on Saturday, July 1'1 at
the beneficiary of the white man's philanthropy, the Ne Bethany Seventh Day Adventist at Featuring
Church, 5001 NW 25th ave.
gro is exhibiting the moral growth of the race by show 12:45: p.m.HOTEL. .
ing that Negroes are feeling those nobler impulses which { BILL

have, in so many ways, benefited the world in generaland RACE kf

Negroes Jn particular. There is no finer chapter ,in BIAS EASEDIN ROBINSON .
human history than that written by the Yankees of theNorth

who came.\South. and,>pioneered Jn ,Negro education; BERMUDAAccording S ., and the,'
:For instance, the American Baptist .Home Mission to an AP dispatch )v A I i

society .'built a chain of schools which extended from from week, Hamilton another, hole Bermuda has, been this QUAILS

Washington, DC. to Marshall} Tex. There 'were Wayland I knocked in the wall of racial ., ''. ,
College, ''Washington; Richmond Theological Seminary I segregation in that ancient Brit- M plusEtta -, "'. .-

Richmond, Va.; Shaw, Raleigh, N.C.; Benedict College, ish and colony.dance Negroes in the leading may now hotels.dine "' .
Columbia, S.C.; Atlanta, Baptist College, now Morehouse, Formerly they were not admittedto Jones
Atlanta; Roger Williams University, Nashville; Selma the main hotels except as domestics -
and
University, Selma, Ala.; Jackson College, Jackson, Miss.; L I ,_ "
Leland University, New Orleans and Bishop College, Mar' I There is no law drectly provid- IM 4 'Flip.Wilsonyour
for racial but
shall, Tex. ing segregation, 1 "
there is an act which permits
To say the least, It was an ambitious Christian undertaking hotelmen to pick and choose their host
but it had paid moral dividends which beggar customers. This has caused the : 4'
enumeration and description. What the Northern Baptists Bermudian of color of all classesno I : > Ai>j and a'new band "
small degree of
indignationand
did was paralleled the .Congregationalists and h ,
by dissatisfaction for many ;' H. L. BR AWN,arid.r .
Methodists. The founding of these schools and the man- years.

ning of the same by white Christians with the missionaryzeal On June 15, led by a group of r, hid 5-piece combo
'is young Negroes known as the
easily the finest manifestation of Christianity this
"Progressive Group" colored folk

nation is has all ever the known.It more fitting. that we should take serious staged theatres a that boycott practised against racial the

note of the current inclination of wealthy Negroes to feel segregation. in the Island. As'a UN JAM 'CLUB 1 '
the fires of philanthrophy burning in the soul of the Negro result lost erf the boycott the theatres 1

race. It is ,just one more illustration of the Negro's week approximately and the management$9,800 clos-per
ADMISSION STILL !60 CENTS
worth as a citizen of this country. ed their doors.

Down ,at Benedict college, my first alma mater, there The Bermuda, seeing their Hotelmen's Association
has just been fine building named for of Negro em-
completed a one ployee, making ready to quit
her sons a physician who left a sizeable fortune to the I en masse, made the decision. to Our Classified Columns Get Fast. ... Results.
school. ,There is in process of erection, at Virginia Union, desegregate. v .. :i
a fine building to be named for a grateful aluma who has - It
made a substantial gift with the added assurance that ''' ,?
the residue of her sizeable estate will be left to the university -


There. are no doubt other,fine philanthropic gestures j CAFE SOCIETY

being made by Negroes ,here and there about the country ij" ,
These gestures are as the moving finger, marking out the : I.

way along which the Negro's heart is traveling. Theseare AND .... .. ,, ,.,.i, ,
fertile suggestions for other Negroes who have accumulated I
sizeable fortunes. It is encouraging to see Ne- :. :
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groes inclining to .do t9day'what those great Christian REEVES ::',:' R.

Yankees did yesterday ........ .. .. "....'. ::''''e;. !'-,
Benedict College I ,. ""
When I was a boy studying, at ; "
was domiciled In a room which had over its door this inscription Smash Holiday Show."- ;
U'ff
"This room was furnished by the First Baptist :
Church of Kirkville, N.Y." I would often lie in bed on "
Hotter
than
Fire Cracker .
Presents
a .
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cold mornings, preferring to, stay abed to going for the w a- ; :
breakfast consisting too often of light bread and tea Regina \ :
"SHAKESATIONAL"EXTRA ,
one morning and tea and light bread the next. But my ..

eyes often rested on the inscription and I imagined that .;), r
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the First Baptist Church ,of Kirkville was in a great city ADDED ATTRACTION ;.. .. '..
and that the church itself was large-steepled cathedral on \
one of the main streets. I imagined that .its members were Count LeRoy WORLD'S (,GREATEST ';"

wealthy and lived in .mansions' ,
SKATE DANCER .. ,
When I was, in after years, a student in Colgate uni- r., .1\ o:
versity, I received an invitation to come .to'the First Baptist 'Direct from a smash European tour 1%:,J t' *" '

Church of Kirkville and. speak. They had heard thata '. f";,'!,.." ,
Negro from one of the schools they had helped to main- ,,..'ff '...' .

tain was studying at ,Colgate and wanted to see one of Laughs Galore by Hot Papa TurnerKam,s
the recipients of their philanthropy.My -. ,; .

host met me ,at a flap station and took me to his New singing find: Rose (The Voice) PnillipT',... :i.;tM;'
crude rural home for the night. I just knew that Sunday'morning 'r.'. . '
.t.;
we would drive into Klrkville city. Instead he , ..- .. BACK ;BY POPULAR DEMAND ". it't .
took me to the intersection of two rural highways wherea 'V., ..*. ... .
little frame post office stood in ,one' corner and 'a' little RUFUS BEACHAM AND I HIS /COMBO '. w 7V'<'. .1';>J|
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frame church in the other. That amounted to Kirkville, \ ...' ..,,r'".. .,
N.Y. and Its First Baptist Church. CAFE SOCIETY '. I',:,I\a.

The; few members 'we' humble 'who had helped the t' ,, I,' '; "

humble Negroes in the South. The little church was not 1994 N.W. 3rd Avenue ' ''w >

to be measured by- its small dimensions .but by 'the.size of ADMISSION 50 CENTS

its heart. That such a humble people were helping to produce FOR RESERVATION. / .9-9279. .
Negro philanthropists was a miracle of moral FREE Admission ,: .1 :
before
achievement 10.p.m.-Fri., ,Sat., Sun.7 :
'Philanthropy on the part of Negroes is the only full .
BEAT
justification for the philanthropy: of those>who:have-re- THE CLOCK ..

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SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1959 PAGE S of South Africa." '

Henry-Young- Weddin- I THE.MIAMI I TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" addressing Medlar Evers an NAACP of Jackson rally'at, M1.u.

I Greater Bethel MME Church,
marriage by her father, was love- said more than 99 per cent of theNegiGes'
ly in a (white ballerina length of Mississippi feel ,that
gown of pure silk taffeta The Newsboys Picnic Ana 1st additional strong civil rights-)ejp-
princess-styled: frocfkls empire islation is needed right'nofw. -
waist, line was marked by a band ... '
.of .
of the \ Without It Evers added "The
material
which ended in Comes Saturday July 4 Amer- ,
a flat bow at the center front. ica will celebrate a impor. Negro's .position in Mississippiwill
The bodice was of ,Chantilly lace tant day In its history very- ilhdepea- MISSISSIPPI be much more deplorable
with a Sabrina neckline and dence-Day, when she shook loose than at any time in our ,current l'I
short sleeves. Long matching lace the grip England had on her. COMPARED.'JWITH) I history. ,i.
mitts and white satin I.
pumps
4 Evers, field secretary blamed"incendiary
completed the costume. A should- SOUTH AFRICAA ;
+ But Saturday, August FirstIs speeches by race-
f er-length veil of imported a more mportant day '- baiting ,politicians" for sparking
'French tulle was held by a bow to a small minority of young red prominent Mississippi ,National the' recent lynching ol Mack
4Cti of white taffeta outlined in rhine- blooded Americans. It's the day Association for the Ad- Charles Parker at Poplarville.A .
stones. She carried a sheaf of when approximately '100 young vancement of Colored People
a long stemmed white roses. Thebride's salesmen will eagerly board a leader said in Miami'Sunday that large crowd attended the
only attendant was her Keys Transit Bus and hightail it his state f Mssa2Ie-hortei meeting which was jointly sponsored .
sister, Mrs. Robert Miller (Bar- out to Virginia Beach for a day his state of Mississippi! "exhibitsthe by the \local branch of the
bara)., of frolicking. The Miami Times worst that democracy has to NAACP and the Crusade'for
The bride is the younger will pick up the tab for these offer with the possible exception Voters.
daughter of the James Henrys of youngsters day of fun. -

;; :4r ItTi Buchanan St. A graduate cl Fla. The occasion will be the annual .
A and M University, Mrs. Youngis Miami Times Newsboys Picnic.
I a member of the faculty of the Yes-The Best People Live at . .
R. R. Motor Elementary School 'The menu will be in accordance -
'
Perrine. Mr Young is the son 01 to the appetite of a young
Mrs. Hattie Young and the late fellow. After a hard "swim" what ATLANTIC MANOR GARDENAPARTMENTS
Cleveland Young of Beaumont fellow can resist the tempting
Texas. He attended Texas aroma of hot dogs with mustard
\Miss Jean Victoria Henry became schools. A21c| Melvin Driver of and onion, baked ,beans or
the bride of Clyde Youngon Maryland and Homestead AirBase maybe a salad, four or five sniz-
Saturday. afternoon, June 20, I was best man. zling cold sodas, Juicy waterwelons .
(with the Rev ,Thedford Johnson, etc.? r
pastor of St. John Institutional Out-of-town guests Included
(Baptist Church :officiating at the Mrs. Cleveland Young; Mrs. Leroy Parents of these young "busi 32nd Ave. and 42nd St., NorthwestRENTING'
doUble ring ceremony. The Fla. Young and daughter Gail of nessmen" are again told not to *
room. of the well appointed Hen A Beaumont, Texas; also Mrs. W. J. worry one bit about your kid's

ry residence \in Richmond Heights Moore, Ft.; Pierce, and Mr. and safety. Two life guards will be ,\t.ir ",If.;, _, ,.. ,_ .
..alAbe scene of the service Recorded Mrs. Eugene Norton of Jackson constantly watching over them, "
music appropriate Occasion'provided ft soft musical ville.After of the Times. Only thing that is
background for both the weddingand a honeympon at the Co. not guaranteed is: Your boy may
reception"which followed. lumbus Hotel; Nassau, the Youngs come back home with a tummy NOW !
will make their home in Rich ache.

f The bride. who. 'was. given in mond Heights.---photo by Hicks.
i So the boys' outing is set for .
August 1 and we are happy we 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments
have finally come together on a .
I.RQss.BurtonWeddin date 'cause those fellows were ,Houses Stores .,
g looking at us askance ''when they ,
queried "Mr.
: Reeves when we
By I Dorothy, Sanford youthful looking mothers wore gonna have our 'picnic:," and wecouldn't Brown Sub Coconut Grove

large purple orchid corsages. give than a definite Liberty City Downtown
A romance begun on the campus The (wedding reception, 'which day. So nqw fallows you know,
of Florida A and M Univer- followed immediately, was held con dad and mom for a new
2ty,was culminated on last Saturday in the school room of the church bathing suit, maybe some gogglesand WILSON RENTAL AGENCY Inc.
afternoon at 4:30 with the parish house. There the bride cut flippers and you bring the ,
marriage c4 Francena Bruton and the beautifully decorated 4-tier I appetite!!
Vernell 'RosS. Needle palms .formed wedding cake surrounded by a i 1307 N.W. 3rd Ave FR 4-0118
a background for the stand- minatu e bridal .
/couple. Frappeand.
ards of, salmon pink.gladiolas: and hors d'oeuvres/ were served Register Today! I I
large (white: chtysanthemums by Mesdames Arthur Florence,
which decorated, the pulpit area Catherine Peterson and Rachel!
df the St./Jam.es AME"Church. Cuimer Wlllams. Juanita Allen
The RevMf.' McNeil Harris, pastor recorded
gifts. Mrs. Harold Sawyer -
read the $5,400 $5,400
service.
Milton
soror of the bride, directed
Jones presented'organ background the wedding.

jnusic\and& accompanied (Beginning at 7:30, wedding
a
the soloist, John. Callqway. buffet supper was served at the BUILD ON YOUR OWN LOTIf

The attractive, tall, 'slender home of the bride's parents on 63
bride, ''who was.'''given in marriage Terrace For this occasion the you do not wish. to sell ,your lot, you' can (arrange--:
by her father, wore a for.mat bride wore a short summer formalof
:wedding gown of white silk .white organdy embroideredWith TODAY-to have a fine .
organza. The bodice'flUed to tiny pink nosegays and Ie"
the hipline was styled; with short styled with a tiered skirt and
sleeves of Chantilty- lace encrust. white organdy em ,
ed with irridescent sequins., The sleeveless bodice held by pink CBS Satisfaction Homebuilt
lace also outlined the Sweetheart shoestring straps. A beige linen
neckline. A pray of lace flowers costume wkh matching accessories -
was appliqued on the side front was worn by the bride for her on your own lot by us
of the bouffant skirt which fell I going away outfit. Following a
into a chapel train. The shoulder (weekend spent In the bridal suiteof You can be living in YOUR OWN HOME in a few short weeksIf
length veil was held by a circlet the Sir John Hotel, the couple.
Of braided organza sprinkled with motored the St. Petersburg where you investigate today
rhinestones :The bride carried they will spend the summer. For the FIRST (time-a home you truly' can afford
a' white prayer book topped witha Among pre-nuptial affairs wasa
white purple-throated orchid personal "blue" shower given A satisfaction home built by Edmor Properties
showered with white rosebuds by Miss Jenkins. The rehearsal '
and white satin ribbon. 'Her Jewelry breakfast was held on Saturday FOR ONLY
was a single strand of pearl morning 'at the home of the
beads and pearl button earrings. (bride's parents.
Mrs. Ross is the eldest daughter $5,400
'Piquant, petite Bettye Jenkins, of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
life-long friend of the bride, Bruton Sr., a graduate of Flori- Two Bedrooms A Separate Dining Room
served as the maid of honor. She da A and M University, :Mrs. Modern Kitchen With Birch
wore a salmon] pink organza Ross is a member of the facultyof o Huge 18.foot Living Room
frock styled with a short full the RJR. Moton Elementary wood cabinets

skirt, draped decollete and a School. She Is "a member of the Tiled .Bath Your Choice
Other| Fine Features
midriff of white Venice-type (\Miami Alumni Chapter of Delta Available Colors Many
lace. Her headband; featured Sigma' Theta Sorority. Mr. Ross,
circles of salmon pink nylon eon of Rev.. and Mrs. Moses Ross, ALL THIS FOR
flowers. Bridesmaids were Mrs. 0 a native of St. Petersburg. A
Wallace Griggs (Charlotte Bru- graduate of Florida A and M Only $65.00, less MonthNO
ton) and Louise Stalling Their University, for the past several or per
dresses were like that of the maid
years he has served as coach
of honor with the exception of and instructor at the high schoolat DOWN PAYMENT ,NECESSARY

were lace of midriff.interwinded Their salmon headbands pink Out-of-town Quhxry. guests included COMPLETELY PAID 'FOR IN ,TEN //SHORT YEARS :,

borsehair braid and strands of Rev. and Mrs. Moses Ross, New No Waiting! No Qualifying! No Balloon Mortgage!
pearl beads. All attendants 'wore Smyrna Beach; Mr. and Mrs. No "Hidden" Charges!
white efcow-length gloves and Herbert Dixon, St. Petersburg;
white opera pumps. Their Jewelry &Mesdames D. T. Gooden, Henry YOU CAN PAY :MORE-BUT YOU CAN'T CET ,MORE '
matched that of the bride. Mathews, Allan Lawrence, MamieLawwrence
Their -flowers' were nosegays of and Mr. James Snow, PHONE NOW FOR ,FULL, FREE INFORMATION '
alternate circles of white candytuft all of Perrine.
and salmon pink fluted tulle. _. . There is no obligation -Phones .>
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; was attended by
The groom 't
Herbert Dixon. Ushers were Key Wester be Fred Allhoff, Sales Manager '
Jr. brother ol
t,, Andrew Bruton ,

'Master the bride Ctrl and Jenkins Eugene Jr.Strachan., servedas Ordained Deacon At: CEdar 5-0833 ;; L . .

All summer .
: ring bearer. wore ,
toraals. t The Right Rev; Henry I. Lou. . '.... YOU'LL 0E (GLAD YOU DID!! ", ,
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... Mrs. Andrew Br ton ST., cues tit, D.D., Bishop of South Florida ,
', attractive, In a beige raw-tUk will ordained to the Sacred ; P. S. Satisfaction Homes. make fine rental properties
. .
.afternoon gown with matching Order of Deacons, Samuel Jonathan -
;! accessories. Mn. Moses Ross, Browne on Saturday, July 4 $5,4'00
I mother of the groom, wu lovely at 1040 am. The services will be $5,400
blue conducted & Peter's Episcopal
Biscayne
' In white lace over
'
'I' ChurchjTKey West. Irl
, with white accessories. Both


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It was a hot day last Sunday dawn to the Registrar's office to : : NO
when Medgar Evers
NAACP register ourselves so we can vote .
,
field secretary from Mississippi in elections. But with all the ease .
spoke at Greater Bethel Church. and 'tOt
freedom from intimidation in ..r.' MONEYDOWN
It was really warm and the crowdwasn't the matter of registration and ': :>
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very large, considering voting, most Negroes are apathetic
the mass meeting had been spon- and slow to avail them- '
sored by two important organizations selves of this opportunity and to
: the Crusade for Voters and begin to assume the responsibilities "I
the Miami branch of the NAACP.As of first class citkenshin.. )
I sat in the church waiting, f

for the program to begin, I Yes, we have the state of Mississippi U"
thought about the weather, and I and we have the state IC1 .
thought about Mississippi and I of Florida. But let us not be :
thought about Florida. too proud of our accomplishments
here along the road to freedom. e ) III II'
THE MISSISSIPPI STORYI Let us rather be ashamed that ..

am not denying that it takes we do not fight harder and
courage to be an NAACP field stronger, not only to help our-
secretary in any southern state. selves but our brothers and sis
But when we think of Mississippi ters in Mississippi and the rest 0 / 0

this state seems to fall into a of the South. ..

special category. Because at its
large proportion of rural areas, t' 1
its concentration of much of its iDoc Anderson
Negro population into certain sections -
its history of discrimination Performs 17"

violence and repressive
Another
measures, its low standard of education MiracleBy

((for both whites and Walter C Robinson, Editor
Negroes) Mississippi is certainly The Chattanooga Observer
in a class by itself. I

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As I watched Mr. Evers speak
last Sunday, I was filled !with ..)' .-.
respect and admiration for this 0 / 0
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young man who, alter getting a -
good education, and serving some Anthony (Tony) Anastasia, local, The merger earned the I
time in the army, decided to go : right, chief of the largest long- praise of many civic leaders and
back to his home state to help shoremen's unit in the New Joe Overton, president
of
his people fight for freedom. He York City docks, discusses the New York City. branch the
of
knew all too well what this fight merger of the only all-Negro local NAACP and himself the .
means in Mississippi. Any effort in Brooklyn with his powerful tial labor leader an influen'
who
,
termed it i
made in Mississippi in any area 9,000 member integrated local as "a step forward
of the freedom fight is a dangerous .w.'t. 1814 with Clifford Robinson, labcr in the national

business. Several Negroes standing, ex-president of the Anatafiia in the picture forefront that places
have been killed recently Just smaller outfit, and attorney Liv- who recognize the of those
because they wanted to'register ingston Wingate who practicality of
negotiated
and vote. The history of lynch- the ,pact. Robinson's 900 "cne for all and all for one."
ings in this state is all too Well bers voted Saturday in mem- Already several (Negro vice
:favor of.
known, and is a blot upon the the move /which ends three presidents of the International
good name of democracy. But years Longshoremen's Association have '
of 'prolonged strife between 0 / 0
the
indicated that
because the Negroes of Mississip two groups. Robinson they will boom
pi need help so much, Medgar bers of his official, and mem- Anatasla for the presidency of
Evers is helping to lead them official staff also received the ILA when they hold their
along the '''road to freedom. Jobs in Tony'sMORE Miami convention this month.

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THE FLORIDA r ".t .

Now let us consider STORY another I .,,- _J, ',. '' .., ..t"+,...:.' .._' I I NURSES "Rio Bravo" At TV Service' Specials
state our otwn ,state of Florida. ---- 21" Picture Tube 24.95
As a southern state Florida has DOC. R. C. ANDERSON ARE NEEDEDThe Capitol TheatreHoward 5 Year Warranty
not had the ,bad reputation that Some years ago I was asked to
Mississipppi has held over the aid the cause of Cleve Corbin of Hawks' "Rio Bravo
years.'Yes, we have had the Tal- 115 E. 22nd St., Chattanooga the increase in population presented by Warner. Bros and
lahasse rape, the Harry T. Moore Tenn., who was almost totally, hospitalizations increase in the number of co-starring Dean Martin, Ridcy TV JOE INC.
bombing, the Groveland case and ,blind and who was in despair. I increasing has created an Nelson, Walter Brennan and
other instances of race hatred had seen so much that the famous ses. demand for more nur- Ward Bond, opens Sunday at the

and violence But the entire state Doc Anderson of Captiol Theatre.
302
of Florida is not quite the Gordon Nursing as Ricky Nelson, 18-year-old 5211 NE
same I Ave., R ssvllle, Ga., W.J a career that pro- 2nd Ave.
as. the... whole, state .of Mississippi done ,for so many. others. I vides a "second chance". Those aotor-slnger makes his Western
-- movie
we nave areas here in Florida Cleve' to him. I persons not able to become debut with a dramatic role Phone
recently reg
PL
of ran into istered in! "Rio Bravo"Are 1-8571
comparative
moderate thought liberally and Cleve Corbin and I was amazed ..."....... 1-nurses_..__._can. still. have a
especially in to see he was no longer blind. I I vaitci HI nursing oy becoming a I Open Dally 9 to 9
our own Dade County. He told me that after visiting practical' nurse. -

Here we have successfully"won Doc Anderson his eyesight Course description: Full time YOU a wallflower
a bus suit to end segregation in batik and that Doc Anderson came had program, 12 months in length. Would you like to learn to dance
transportation in this area. But done some special work Pre-<:IJnical In a private studio Register
period
for
him ) 18 weeks Today!
most Negroes still I
sit in the back and that he is now very ,happy theory. VISIT _

of buses. in his love life and his financial Clinical period, 32 weeks hos- Don Strachan's Dance Studio

Here we are fighting tor the troubles are over. pital practice. 7168 N.W. 116 W. Flagler St.
16th AVe.
end of segregation In education, 1 asked him Accredited by the Florida State PL 7-8766 I
but only a few Negroes seem vIt- he what happened and Board of Nursing. .
pointed to .
ally interested in a lucky charm he
joining in this Requirements
fight. was wearing, which he called a : Age 1745. Education -
Mazuzah. He said it contained the two years of high school
Here we have all the oppor promise God made to Moses or the equivalent as determined

tunity in the world to just go that it is worn by many as a token by ..an examination. TV REPAIRS

-1'-------------- - - of good luck and to-- ward.. --- U.S. citizenship or legally intention -
oJJf evil. He said that Doc Ander- of becoming one. Good
HARLEM SQUARE son gave him this charm and health Good character.
some Biblical Incense 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.-Sunday
,' containing 10 to 3
Applications
SWEET SHOPA
a number with suggested daily are being accepted
FULL prayers. I was delighted to now for the September class at
LINE OF GROCERIES fee Northwestern DRIVE-IN 'SERVICE
such Senior
I a wonderful change la a High School
COLD CUTS COSMETICS man who not too long ago was ,pan any Thursday from 9 am til 3 .
in such deep despair.I .
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208'N.W. 10th Street

happened to call on Doc An- ALL WORK GUARANTEED

derson' 'few days ago and I /texas Get Your ," .
Chest
NOW RENTING introduced to a client named Mil- ,Pick-up and
dred Delivery-No
Russell of Newport News, Charge
Va. Ttwo X-Rayed Now
years atgo when she first !
came to Doc Anderson she told

KING COLE APTS. me she was unhappy, unloved You are cordially invited to have
and unlucky Well, she certainly a Free Chest X-ray. Get
your IERiUY '
looked like a million dollars to X-rays at: FOONO
6501 N.W. 12th 'Ave. 6!K CORR
me
on this day. She was well 1 ,
Manager Apt. 2 I dressed and happy and said she between Monday 1st, July 6 NW 18th St.,
I was out of debt 'and well fixed, 3 to 7 court and 1st ave,
PJTKTuesday
Office Phone FR 9.3853 financially and In her love life. 4 i + # IIQUE et
I asked her what brought about +
July
7
Beautiful all-til bath rooms with this marvelous change. She replied ,between 18th and 19th NW 2nd ave., 1 tiY AUTO .t
tub and shower Beautiful 2. simply. "God and Doc An 7 ..pm.Wednesd.ay. sts., 2 to
'. derson"-and the said it with all a
ton kitchen cabinets (Beautiful I t
her heart and'souL July 8, NW
floors With or (without etove st. and 3rd 2 19th
ave to
and refrigerator Privately managed I have known. >oe Anderson for 7 p.m.

II clean and quiet ., 'Dulldrng several years and have written between Thursday, July 9, NW 4th ave.,
W must be seen to editorials about ''hIm before, but 12 and 19th and 20th sts, 10 to American
i appreciate Bee I am ahray more and more 3 to 7 pxn. Phono 'TV'Corp.

these apartments today. amazed at each new miracle, tor .Friday, July .
10
living near 'Doc' I see them with 1900 NW 4th
u Yours. very truly,, .. ..... .... ,., my own eyes. ct., 2 to 7 pjtn. 2243 N

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b GRADUATING ,College Impressions THE MIAMI TIMES-"Tbe Peoples Newspaper"

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---- EMILY ARMBRISTER
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The words of my faculty advisor more to help out. Would you like to learn t. dance
Earn Your
f Way The residence camp for YWCA:
1 rang in my ears the morn In a private studio
boys will be held on August 22-
ing i left my first class wondering To Y M .Camp 29. For additional information VISIT -

wnat should be done with regarding camp or soap sales, Don Strachan's Dance'Studio
my next free hour. "You must Summer is here! Summer can call or visit the Carver branch f'
1 study hard to make this 7188 N.W. 16th Ave. PL \7876* :
year mean ..ocd times adventure, cool I YMCA 5770 NW 15th ave. Phone ,
successful, :she 'said. ''Your
study OX - - - - I
air and wholesome recreation in 6-0291. Member Agency
hours should be carefully plan.
1 the great out-of-doors for your United Fund of. Dade County. I I'HICKS'
fled and"your study+habits check
child.
ed constantly and revised whenever
L; i et, for most of us camp means Sing ?
necessary. If you aren't used expenses we find hard to meet. ,Soprano
to .good habits of study, you will
With prices as they are, camps Two WantedThe
flna that a planned schedule of Photo StudioUltra
study is rather difficult in the be- have to charge substantially to Garmon Chorus ensemblehas
conduct a well-led, professionallytrained
ginning. Your perserverance and reorganized its group, and is Fine Portraits
sincerity' will be the determining program. We usually end presently interested in the services -;
factors ctf any ,benefits 'received up saying" "next year I'll send of two soprano voices. II James H. Hicks, Prop.
from your, study. There are many my child. these are available, contact the
methods of study but I think A camp experience is some- business manager, Jimmy B. Studio i
that this particular method is thing you cannot afford to put Garmon, 2028 NW 5th pl. Place 2440 NW 60th St.
best." off any more than you can afford Place and date of the group's activities -
t to put off< your childs' going to will be announced later. Phone NE 3-3166
Poring .over books written especially -I school. Only three or four yean Jimmy Garmon, Bus. Mgr.
en the study subject and.4ting of his life William Ford '
MRS. IRENE 'R. 8TRAUQHTEROn : are Ideally suited tc manager 115. lf rm
questions, I spent'' the next camp life. If he misses out on Rosa Washington, reporter
Thursday :June .4 the grad- hour making, use ol my faculty these he loses for the rest of his
uating ,:class Douglass' High aavisors helpful hints. When life the enjoyment and knowledgecamp
making my scnedule: I tried to be life can give him.
School at Key ,West,.heard a stirring practical making it.as convenientLy The Carver branch YMCA 'has
and impressive '.address de- correlative to various inclinations VG
my found solution
a to the dilemmaIs $ .4Nm
litered 'by Mrs\ : ?Irene Roberts as possible I didn'twant It a nation-wide project called
Slaughter. Taking her' cue from to 'try my 'hand at martyr "Earn to Attractive
your way camp. -
the class motto: "Success is Our dom, but it wouldn't be as thoughi boxes of labeled
Goal," MTI.*Straugbter spoke on was living on easy street either. soap
"Help me earn to camp"sells
the subject, "Success Through my way
Education 'and Services.< ,Listing I Besides various methods of for 55 cents a box. Twenty-
the major ;bjecttves of 'education study there are various places to two cents goes to your child's
Mrs ''Straughter told the 41 siuuy.' ana i got a glimpse of camp' account ; thirty-three cents
graduates;that education is a big inese. Tntre was study in, the library goes for the cost of the soap
I factor. of .success. "It is almost Study in the 'corridors The YMCA merely acts in the
America's biggest business, surpassed during.classes-when'all'was quiet. : interest of getting more childrento
Tnere in the 'cafeteria camp.
S 'only by our government's was' study
, investment in scientific research A very bad place to study and There is no reason why any .
of-space weapons and equipment. .study in the students lounge. On boy ought not go to camp this Ut FREE DELIVERY DRUG
Mrs. Straughter 'told the class the campus green, in the dormi- year with just a little effort.
that if they would reach their tories, in cars and even on public I After all, the soap cost no more
goal of success, they must know buses (this is a very impressive than regular soap Everybodyuses
and recognize the fact that Am- sight.) My favorite habitat when soap. Soap isn't' perishable.- CM.7olllvttU.8r. Prop.
erica and the world at .large. ,are study time came and the best
calling for young men and young place on the campus for this was

women who and are aggressive, industrious she library. : .

independent. Study is the basis of all sound
,
learning. It must be done frequently "V ,
"If you would succeed, said :
Mrs. .Straughter, "each of and properly so that a I r 't"'w :: .

must'remember the sacrfices that you strong foundation may be built. ...,.',. ... .\M ,..,..,.U.. \,
This is ,the 1 that f"". 'J I
impression successful -
have been made for you. "Thereis ... Jt'
a thread of sacrifice running students give. t.:' ': <;* ( ... : r. b.
through ,the life' of each .at ,you t. .' ,..:. f<'... t. .. .. " -ttt' ;- ...

that goes 'far beyond the many r ; t : ', ""I .
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great sacrifices of ; (
parents."It
...
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back 'to the of : ""- .
goes 'cross Constance Roberts Edwards. ,. .
Calvary. In your successes, may I
each of you ever prove worthy of Mrs. Straughter complimented I 1
the sacrifices that have madeit the principal, Alfredo Sands for t 1. / "
possible for you to stand herein the many contributions that he is
this line" tonight.. making towards the progress of IL''IF
Douglass and towards the pro- ., ',\" "" .
Mn.' aupter charged the 41 gress of the entire educational I :f.j,
graduates, ('reminding' .them, thatas system of the great state of Fla. ...
'.forth as irepresenta- "
tires of --Douglass 'Senior High Mrs. Straughter is well known
School to remember with pride throughout the educational circles.
the tong' 'list of noble men and She is a past president of the Fla.
women who had labored through State Teachers Association, and is YOU CAN
the.years, each building'upon listed In Marquis' first edition ,
Iou'ad&tionstones' laid by his (1958)) of Who's Who among
predecessors to I make Douglasswhat :: American women.'Beautiful.
it Iii'today. dating ,back I
from 'the "days of'Hon. William ;
MaxwellArtreU,--who ,was the ; Home
first principal of Douglass and :
FIND A BETTER
who also was the founder and organizer On Large Lot ,
of St. Peters Episcopal\ II
Church of Key West. Among oth Your lot can bo a payment '
era who nave served Douglass as
principals: rare the late Harry I on this 3-bedroom new 2- .

Canlrwell, 'SJ. Welter, J. N. Jtag- baths '
lisp 'and Miss Mildred Shaven. '1227 N.W. 69th Street
Among ,the,courageous teachers BOURBON:
who* have served with distinction Open 3-5 p.m.
are the late Mrs. Julia '''EnglIsh, :
Mrs.. Etella Shaw Cantwell, and Baron JE 8-1340

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PAGE 8 ; will have to complete his barber
THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper" apprenticeship in ,the Army. His
citation date is July 21., . ,Tpft
former Laurette McIntosh sec-
TYA'VI.
ond bus accident will require. I. 8Cf
Reports are that she's suffering: .
cw'Racrov chest and knee trouble . Aralia ire ,... t"ItM'.a
and Alice 'CuLmer are still con
N sulting their Dec. accident. NE 5.3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. ,& 69th,St.

+ HELEN FRAZIER and Shed-
ric Carr announced their June '"
RD 20th nuptial last week . General ENDS TONTE, FRIDVSYMARRYN .
Neastnan, a pre-med studentat
FAMU is vacationing here . ,
HOWCUM when the city recreation come a collector's item since his That Night in the Bahamas is
recent untimely death. An ironic
department issues sofeball
Elks of Liberty
sponsored by
equipment to the Negro play- twist fo Flea's tragic demise was Lodge Friday, July 17 . The
that his first royalty check arrived -
give out
grounds they always
,the same week of his Royal Social Club are mailing I _
second-hand and used bats,
ticket invites to their First Gotten MONROE
gloves, chest protectors, etc. I death . Glad to see wheelchairvisit Jerome Dress Ball at the Elks Club, t
saw the last equipment being Jamison making a shake Liberty City July 23 . The k end herbosom -
to Shaddie's Tavern to
issued at Liberty Square play-
famous Dixie
Hummintgbirds
ground and some of the stuff hands with his old cronies . compcnfaoa
and
featuring Ira Tucker James
hadn't ever been cleaned. According George Kilpatrick, Spic and Span
in
Falker will concert at
Mkt. boss, is recuperating at appear
this
to oldtimers, thing TOMVCUKfiS
the Longshoreman Hall Friday,
home after two weeks in Jack-
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has been going on for years 31.Birthdays.
Someone should protest to the son Hospital . And speaking July _
city commission. of hospitals, the new Christian
in July: 4th, Lillian
Monday.
opens Sawyer, Jenretta Carey, Juanita
Paratrooper Joe Davis, once a is Scott, Joseph Stevens, Averell JAck
I hospitalized
SAMUEL PAS still
here, is home on furlough ona
cop
Ruff Eric McCants
Percy Corley, ,
lora . The Herman Mears
40-day leave before leaving
James McKeever 5th
Bertha
. Florence Moss) are planning ; I
stint of duty in Korea LordFlea's ( Lewis EMIR
Nas- ; 7th, Gregory Gill, Row- ,
for
their departure
be- Friday
calypso\ albums have
8th
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Dora Gooden; 9th Lemmie Mitchell BdftVMPEB

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Painless Office Treatment. LOW COST. NO LOST TIME. sible. A large number of new At 9:15
students are with us and we wel-
come each of them.
Piles Rectal Diseases CLINIC
DR. LONG'S "She br.atheiBAHDOT sex In a bIkIni"-N.Y.Post
.. S A General Health Service Everybody is working very
hard in theory and practice get- .
Reducing 21 S.W. 18th Ave. FR 2748 ting ready for the SeptemberState 'C' 9/tt :.
Board, and hoping to makeit
a banner class. ',H,

w 1ft t.tut \ r
A Green Leaf Tea was high .rsmd
I ENROLL NOW IN lighted at the home of Mrs. ,.wut;.uJ 'lulu
Freddie Craig on Sunday, June
SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOL 28 with the introduction of Sun-
light's new choral group. Everyone p- ANYTIME IS BARDOT TIME!
R', For a Life Long Profession enjoyed the hospitality of
Mrs. Craig. We would like to Shown at 9:34 and lit 15
Florida' Oldest, Reliable and Complete School thank for Mr. and Mrs. James Mon-
roe their transportation whichwe

1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4-9998 appreciated very much.
:I Students will SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY:
be leaving for
home on the coming weekend ,.
July 4 to the various M-C-M prmwnft
places. ,A Y nk correspondent
Yours truly will motor to Fort on the spot.,.
Myers for the weekend of the cD
YOU ASKED FOR IT! 4th to celebrate with the family ROBERT
I Here's hoping everyone a safe r*IAYMONO STKKS PMOUCTION
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, ,llev James E. Drown pastor Aaron D. Hall, pastor

liro. Vandell Dovan, reporter Ernestine L. Hambrick, 'reporter
Services on last Sunday were Last week Rev. Hall and dele-

,. at the most spiritual and heartwarming gates from chiurch, Sunday
best with one of our School and Youth Fellowship

sons, Rev. Wilbur Bouyer, delivering -I attended the District ,Conferenceand

toCftttrd the morning message. Church School seminar at
Our pastor was (participating; in Ebenezer Church in Orlando.

a Men's Day celebration in Nas- Next year the conference will be

me sau, Bahamas. Sunday will begin held in Miami at Ebenezer, Rev.
our day of worship with bap- Hall left again Tuesday morning
tismal services at 8 ajm. then
for Daytona to attend a confer-
,
Sunday School 'at 9:30 ajm. followed ence on Mission which is composed -
by the morning servicesat of the Florida' conference.
ST. JAMES BAPTIST 11 ajm. Then to close out the
The
will '
'be
meeting held at Be-
PAGE ,10 SATURDAY JULY 4 !1959 day' with
our Holy Communion thune Cookman
I College June 130
Hev. J. L. Johnson, pastorSunday Services beginning at 7 p.m. Our I July 2. ,

THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' Service* pastor will be in charge of the
Newspaper"TRIUMPH BTU ...........................-... :5:30 pjn services throughout the The Methodist Men ofiEbenezer-
Evening Worship ............ 7:30: pjn by choir and ushers day board assisted have a' rfish fry each 'Thursday
night. 'The best.Of fish is
Visitors always welcome sold.
No.
1.
CHURCHSis. TRINITY WESLEYAN Sunday School........... 9:30 am invitation i Again to the we entire extend an open Stop by thechwcl1 -basement,

Morning Worship ........ 11:00 aon. public to llth st. and3rdave.and help
C. Roundtree, secretary Rev. come and 'worship with
George E. Johnson, pastor 323 N.W. Uth St. us and the men. These ,fish sales.benefit
Prince David Williams, pastor Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter remember our motto, "Seven the Women's Day drive

........... Days Without Church which
Sunday School ........ 9 ajn Makes takes
"Priest and King of Juda, II horning worship .................... ll:0t: Church of TransfigurationEpiscopal One Weak" so attend the church place_on Sunday. July 12.
King 11:12: was the topic of)( the Young People's Meeting fi p.m ( ) of your choice this Sunday. take-me sunaay School\picnic wm
place lesson'on (Sunday past. 2571 N.W. 152nd Terr. J I expected! to help: ,chaperon ,the
Our county supervisor, T. MT. TABOR BAPTIST Yen. John E. Culmer ANTIOCH BAPTIST children

James was our guest during the ''I Mrs. Lois Hicks, reporter priest in charge'' Rev. 0. W. Foster, pastor Friday night is lave teiSt at 8o'clock

day, and night. She gave the highlights NOTE: Visitors are always wel Stanley Sweeting, reporter A. L. Johnson, reporter and the Holy', Communion

on the lesson and it was come. Services every Sunday We are worshipping in unit y will be administered a \both services -

most enjoyable Order of Service Morning worship .................... 9:30 with the Shiloh ,Baptist Church. on Sunday.

tfhe .topic for the YPE band Sunday School....................... 9:3' Sunday School.."................. 10:30 Sunday last the school theme
was "The Upright in Heart." Morning worship 11:00 was "Priest And King in Judah.", F1RST.' ARIAN

"The -evening service was con- DTU ........................................ 5:30 Open discussion was the orderof The devotional service was spiritually ,
ducted by Mother M. Williams t Evening worship .................... 7:30 the day at Transfiguration last high throughout the Last Sunday the congregation
and the expressions were all in Sunday morning. Participatinggroups Antioch No. 2 usher board of the First Unitarian Church

concert. The speaker for the GREATER NEW BETHELRev. / were the Laymen's League, ed throughout the day. daY'j voted to issue a call to the Rev.

evening was District Mother G Women's Division and general Junior choir sang for the morning Robert W. Sonen to serve as
Simpson of Buffalo. W. K. Smith, pastor i assembly of the Mission's immed- service. Their associate min their minister Mr. Sonen has

wife of our bishop. Heresubjectwas Mrs. R. Conley, clerk iate family.. Pertinent questionsand ister, Rev. J. W. Wilmont, delivered ,' been minister of the Tulsa, Okla.
talken from Psalm 16. The their answers were,dispensed Unitarian Church.
Members of Greater a very inspiring message, for the past, 15
lesson was most inspiring and Bethel New with, led by Senior Lay Reader "Get Your Heart Right in The years. He and Mrs. Sonen and
were endowed
with
enjoyed alL greet- James E. Lucas. Mrs. Jane Lewis Sight el, God taken their teen-age
by
ings from Rev. A. J. Kings missionary and from Acts children will tra-
Harry Nabbie assisted.
'On Sunday afternoon Thomas of the Seaboard Baptist 8:21.At: vel in Europe this summer and

Truehart and Dorothy Wells !were Church Of Copeland.' Fla. As he The Sunday School hour the 'evening service Antioch plan to arrive in Miami the early
united in marriage. Congratulations No. 2 choir rendered the part of September.
pointed out the ways in which brought out a sizeable delegation ; song
are in order for the newly- one can easily carry out the commandments of children, who enjoyed its--lessons service and Shiloh's associate On Sunday, July 5, 11 ajm.ithe
weds. The groom is the son of our of Christ he delivered amidst the cool breezes that minister, Rev. E. D. Dennis Rev. Walter C. Jolly, minister of
bishop and the bride is the preached a very touching the Fort Lauderdale
the message on, "Teka Care swept across the great outdoorsair -. ; sermon. Unitarian
daughter of one of the elders of of The Church." He stated that conditioned by nature. Lay Pastor Foster and Pastor Grif Church.. Will preach nn
our church. Christ oersued Peter to feed his Reader William Jackson's ,ab I fin will be in charge this Sun- -A Study in Courage.",'Mr. Jolly i

lamb and sheep if he loved ,him sence found him in Jacksonvilleas day. Come out and worship withus. will be our guest speaker each

BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe and if it be so when we sing "1 a delegate: to the DAV State Sunday during July and August.

Baha'i Assembly of Mami's Love Thy Church 0 God" then I convention. He studied at Antioch College in

summer> will consist od proof is shown when we "take The much-balked about "Night SPIRITUAL BAPTISTRev. Yellow Springs, Ohio, and in
program of Games" and social June of 1958 received 'his B.
care of the church.; evening Ernest D.
discussion groups based on sell Hutcheson
"A Sure Crown" that suffered a week's postponement degree; from St. Lawrence Theo
was the sub
Improvement. The first will be Supply pastor
held at the Baha'i Center, 137 ject of the missionary's: evening'smessage. is scheduled for Saturday, Perrine, Fla. logical School in Canton, N. Y.
Services July 4 an, all-day: affair, at Twenty-five adults and teen-
at
Greater
NW 11th ave., Sunday July' 6. We are looking forward
to
our agers from the Miami
Bethel' were most the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin church will
inspiring
all
Women's
Tea will be served at 8 and Day which
pjm. program \will attend the
2571 NW 152nd terr. summer Unitarian
at 7 pjm. Mrs. ,Frances Baum- day as our worship ended with Rogers, be held the fourth Sunday in July. at Blue Institute -
the The is : Ridge, N.C. from
esteem Spiritual Hormanizers public's participation cor
gartner secretary of the Dad Sister Margaret Rolle
singing the dially solicited. of our July 6 to 12. The theme of 'the
chapter of the Florida Nurserymen Asking for gospel in songs. The ordination of Postulent church sang a solo during the conference will! be "The (Anatomy
and Growers' Association prayer on our sick morning service and of "
Sister
Yula Prejudice.
list is Sister J. D. Nelson Pnder to the Diaconateat Lectures willbe
will lead the discussion: on "A Barkley, Sister May Yelder, a friend of the given by Dr. Bingham, Dai
Lenora Church of Incarnation Sun- ,
Conley and Sister Lela on psy-
Better church
Understanding of Self. at
sang night. chonanalyist of Duke
Bess. day July 5 is expected to have University;
Everyone Invited to attend and The We are pleased that Sister Mo- Dr. Robert Armstrong, anthropOlogist
public is always -
participate. to attend services at we Transfiguration zel Booker has consented to serveas ; Atlanta University, and .

New Bethel. occasion. president of the usher board Dr. Harry Richardson, theologic
; .
"FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev. and Sister Roundtree as vice educator at Gammon Theological

president. They will help in the Seminary. Other
workshops
THE will
.
C. J. Burney, pastor INCARNATION ,ST. MARY'S,W.!M. appointment of other members on be held for the Liberal ,Religious
Marie
Alford, reporter 1835 N.W. 54th Street our usher board.Remember Youth groups and religious edu
Fr. E. S. Clarke Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor, that cation.
Sunday School began at 9:30: Jr., viaar you are airwayswelcome

ajm. with: the Supt. Deacon James Susan Butler, reporter Sunday School began at the at this Missionary Baptist I

Rosa in charge. The morning We will begin usual hour of 9:45: a.m. with Mrs.S. Church. I ANTIOCH BAPTIST
our
message was 'delivered by Rev.: summer ser- Dawkins, assistant superintendent Rev. E.
I vices with D.
', the following scheduleon ST. Richardson
W; Henderson... Scripture les- presiding, and' the teachersin MATTHEW AMEZ pastor
Sunday, July 5 thru the last I Minnie T. Copeland.. reporter
son was read by Rev. Paul Free-
their places. The lesson "wasreviewed
1628 N.W.
Sunday in September. 5th Aye. Sunday
School.will be
man 'from the 121st Psalm.' The opened
by Rev. H. V. Stuart.
Rev. Daniel Pridgen at the usual
pastor hour
by the
evdnlng" message /was delivered SUNDAYS Services began at IX ajm. The intendent super-
,(Rev.' M. S. Smith. Rev. W. T. Thomas pastor Bro. Culmer with
by Solemn Sung Mass and pastor 'being in charge He teachers
at
Phone NE their
Choir 'No. 1 rendered the song Sermon ........................ 8:49 am. preached from II Corinthians Services 5-1518 The lesson post of duty.
service. The junior usher' board every Sunday was reviewed by the
Church School and Bible 16:3: ; theme, "Christ's Soldiers on pastor.
1450
worked along with the No. 2 Class ...................?........, 10 ajm Duty." He preached out of his N.W. 69th St. The '
usher board for the day's work. E. Y. C. soul Sunday School........... 9:30: a.m. morning' prayer service
. Meeting ............ 5:30 ,port. and everyone was spiritually Morning will be conducted
Solemn Evensong and blessed. No. 1 choir rendered Service ............ 11 a.m by the me n-

MT.'CALVARY BAPTISTRev. Sermon ........:.................... 7''pjm music ''with Mrs. G. McFord at Evening Service ........ 7:30 p.m mon bers for of deacons'the board. The ser-
the and No. 2 ushers Sunday School............... 9:45 un morning by our pas
E. M. Thomas, paetor Low Mass: Weekday Wednesday organ serv- Morning Worship ............ 11 i.m. tor. Usher board No. 1 rendered
Phyllis Myers, reporter morningsand ed.The Usher board No. 1 rendered
All Saints Day' 6:30: ajm. 7:30 devotion was led by sevice and music by the No. 1

"Give me understanding and I On Sunday, July S the Rt. Rev. the pastor. His text was from CONGREGATIONALDr. choir.

shall: keep thy law: yea, I shall Henry I. Louitt, bishop of the Psalm "138:3; subject, '"Successful H. C. McDowell, pastor. BTU at 5:30: with Deacon Phillip -
observe it with all my heart." Diocese of South Florida will, Prayer. He preached as never A. E. McNeal, reporter in charge. Let us send ear
*.webeg&n another Sunday ordain the before. The whole church is pray- children out to
to Diaconate 'Nelson Dr. McDowell is giving a seriesof take a part in
which was Women's Day with Wardell Pinder at the church ing for God's richest blessings on this service. The evening
at sermons the
on prayer
name of
t the Sunday School with him and that he will continue to our
Mts. service
11 ajm. immediately following church. Ire '''has spoken deacon board in charge
Leila Hodges superintendent in the service a reception will be lift up the banner of ,the cross. and on Fellowship The pastor delivered the sermon.
Congregational.
charge. .The lesson for the No. 2 choir furnished music with This Music
morn- given by the Episcopal Churchwomen Sunday his subject will by the No. 2 choir usher
ingwa reviewed by Mrs. A. W. of the Incarnation In'' Mrs. U. Higgs at the organ and "ChristIan." be board No.. 2 rendered .mi'._
Williams. honor No. 1 ushers served. Let us pray There will be -
of the newly ordained The "at home" last an after service
Sunday at
At 11 ajra. the devotional oer- I for the shut-ins. program the" '
deacon at the Vicarage. on second
1738 NW our ,parsonage.\ \ 5821 NW 9th st Sunday
rod was conducted by Mrs. Celia 56th st. The public Is invited to was well attended night. The 'pastor'and 'members
by members
Smith and Mrs. Queen Cherry. of Salters
Chapel AME
will be
The" music for the morning was both.Monday, July 6 at 8 pan the TEMPLE BAPTISTThe friends and from fellow our Congregationalists neighboring- with us to help the No. 1 usher

furnished by' the women of the summer school of the church is number 2 choir, Mrs. M. churches. board. The public is invited.
No. 1 and 2 choirs combined. The presenting 'The Hup/burn/ The Saturday night
Wedding of The president and C. Am- Thursday night Gospel
our
cum speaker for the morning I Glads." Donation, adults 90 cents, brose, director, will sponsor "A meeting was held monthlychurch at the Singing will begin July 4. Again
was Roanoke Mrs. Beatrice Waldron ,from children 25 cents. The public is Night in Nassau" tonight (FrI- home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel the public is invited. *
Baptist Church in West invited. day); Bus leaves the church: at Stewart where Shut-ins are: Bro. Nunn, Sts.
Palm Beach. Her topic was plans were made Livingston' and .
Closing exercises for the church 8 pm. Donation $1.00. for the future of Rev. Smith.
"What Did "God Buy When He school summer program will be First Sunday services 'will be Sunday communion our will fellowship.be MT. ZION A. M: E. ,
Bought Me. given
held at the church on Thursday, as usual Baptismal rites at 11 and all nety signers 22nd Ave., StJ
Sunday night the devotional of our Corner 152nd
July 9 at 8 /pjm. Prizes and awards' a.m. and fellowship. The choirs
period was conducted charter will be given the right Opa Locka t
by Mrs. will be Riven to will
outstanding stu serve Jointly and the Lord's
Susie Benefield and Mrs. Marion dents. The school this summer Supper will be administered in hand of fellowship by the pastor. Rev. C. J. JeRkins, 'pastor "

+ C. Blue. The music for the night' was a huge success with an enrollment the morning and evening. Friends and visitors are always Sunday School ..._.........., v:30 tin.'

was furnished by the women of of 113 students. We wish The Training Union welcome to our services. Sunday Morning worship. ............ 11 a an

the Southland Singers. The guest to thank parents of all denomi- George Hepburn, president, Bro.and morning 11 ajm. in the auditorium League ................................ 5 pm

speaker was Mrs. Ernestine Da- nations who supported our second Deacon A. J. Hanna director : of the Seventh Day Adven- Evening worship ?._.......?.. 7 pjn.,
,
via from St. John Baptist Church. program. will sponsor a tea on the church, tist School NW 50th st and 25th f
Her topic was "Adults Going The ETC is ave. BETHANY BAPTIST
sponsoring "One grounds Sunday from 4 to 6 pm.
Straight Will Help The Childrento Night in Hawaii" straw ride A spicy '
on program is expected. The
Grow Straight" which was Friday, July 10. Bus leaving the public is Invited. ST. FRANCIS XAVIERN.W. 3078 N.W. 45th St. I
wonderfully carried out.' (parish hall at 8 Rev. Rudy Keaton pastor
pm. Admission Coming! A
The' sponsors for the program 75 cents adults 50 cents children. der of Eastern chapter of the Or- 4th Ave. and 18th Terr. Sunday School ___ 930 urn
Star
will
were Mrs. Minnie L. Stevens, This trip will be one of the Mrs. Harolean present Phone FR 0-1424 Morning Service _.._ 11 am
chairman,"'Mrs. :Rosa Green, coeba1rman. enjoyable Hawaiian most Storr, soprano, in MASSES BTU ____.?..??......__ 3:30 pjn
recital
., ever spent. Come you have Monday, July 13, 8 'p.lDo Daily _____.. 8 ..m Evening Service _',:SOp.m
and at
seel! "
Temple. Sunday.......
7
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'DISTRICTCONVENTION Grace Presbyterian: CAMPERS AT I
faster THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' -Newspaper"I I

Ji :SCA I
to the staff. One of which' la Wil-
Key. James YMCA Day Camp
A SUCCESS Culmer, owner olcunmers lore tnan sixty children are lard Tolliver, recent graduate ot
ease Market, bas NW provu0 tneir parents, irienos
Southern University Baton
,The North utn st., has been ana uiemsewes tnat
asitea the
Miami District Convention by tney can Expands Rouge, LA. Mr. Tolliver has been
for Sunday Schools, ACE frviioyujry ot Jaoutneasi 'Jbiorida nave iun in the city"These children appointed as physical director
Leagues, Junior and Senior Missionaries to resign as pastor ol Grace : are paving their greatest 'The Day Camp Program of and general supervisor with 'out.
convened in Ward onuruo. NW Ittn ave. and t>yoh thrill ox the summer by attending the George Washington Carver door indoor activities during the
Chapel AME Church June 24-28, o1ti' ; iae James to..u Community Branch'YMCA has shown steady day .
Hallandale < Camp
Rev. D. A. Russell, growth since registration day, to Mrs. Ina Black-
pastor; Rev. Frank A. Allen, presiding as one-ume pastor ot: Trinity activities at 7; vv i\W: Ji2nd ave. June 8, according to the program shear, Girls' supervisor, "the
elder of the North Miami Wesleyan tnoulS Church: JNW i Monday tMUri.day\ 8 to 4 pm. staff of the branch." This is registration is still open for boys

District; Bishop Sherman L. itm it. anu 2na ave. Our campers are enjoying their mainly due to the friendly atmosphere and girls for regular day campas
Green, presiding bishop. the memoersnip u the church awunming instructions unaer the of the branch at its new well as swimming ,classes."
has tauen
The theme, "Effictive Leadership months oil coiisiaeraoiy in recent rtea gross bwim i\>r Your Life site which makes it possible to Any parents deskious of their
ana
iormer memO ,
Necessity Today program at tne Dixie Park pool. expose youngsters to the whole- youngsters attending may call or
key .l.1'i anu
trienos
art as&ea to return
-
some activities under the'super- visit the branch at 5770 NW 15th
phrase: Training uur i weukiy Held trips of places I
t our youth of ana help to make the cnurch
today for leadership of tomorrow" ot: interest as well as educational. vision of a conscientious-quali ave., phone OX 6-0231. The "Y"is
one ot the /nest
in this cimroumty
last Wednesday thru the courtesy fied staff. Albert Atis McDowell, a member agency of the
The meetng was fully attended as it is the only Nero Presbyterian ot the stall of the Port son of Mr. and Mrs. John McDowell United Fund.
e>y both youth and adults from uiurch; in this area. U authority the campers toured the has never had a Day
the District.. ,Those who have was transiierrea in January ot new ana spacious- Miami International Camp experience before but
thus
attended the Sunday School con- year from the Presbytery ol Airport ana receivedthe1.1' states that "This Day Camp is GRADUATION
ventions of the past say this was Knox at Gcrdele, Ga.,' to the bi&gest thrill of the trip on tine as a whole. However, I enJoyed -
the 'best of all. Much credit is southeast Presbytery of *la. withheaaqual'ters tIle observation deck watchingthe the swimming best of all. PHOTOS
at )!'t. Lauderdale.
due our progressive presiding planes come and go. Also, a
Elbe session ol the church There are Day Campers
Elder who has a with and I tour of the specious and beautiful many
way young the Presbytery are bout anxiousto elf the branch who agree with We have the Cap & Gown
well Miami Public
people as as the adults. Library and a
expand the program of the I stroll along( Bayfront Park. youthful McDowell, for the swimming Kindergarten and
The meeting opened Thursday churcn in the community Visitorsare I classes have also grown in High School
morning with district officers always welcome.A Each week our campers receive attendance.

presiding. A modem Sunday new minister will be installed instructions in outdoor cooking Classes in held Key Ring photos In color
School operated followed by a at a date to be announcedlater. music appreciation, arts and swimming are
panel-Bflicetive Leadership in Services will be conductedas crams, inaoor and outdoor games, Tuesdays and Fridays of each 3 for 12.50
The Home. The sub topics discussed usual every Sunday 11 a.m. story telling. group singing and week at the beautiful Sir J o h n Johnson of Miami
Swimming Pool under instruction
by the panel Junior and sen- with Sunday School at 9:30: ajm. many other activities designed the -
ior delegates -were: The Family trr their pleasure. During lunch of of Benny Stevens 409 N.W. 17th St.
Altar, Religious Training in the period, campers enjoy hot lunches and staff. This has' been made FR 7-2294:
Home\ Religious Music and LitErature NEW BETHEL BAPTIST with milk and vegetables daily. possible through 'the generosityof
Sam Rabin, owner. Two additional -
in the Home
and Evalua-
lion of Effective Leadership inthe Jlev.1571 Lrnest N.W.Williams, pastor For further information concerning \ persons have been added
btith Terrace
our Day Camp
you may
Home. This was followed by
Mr. Hazel: Levan, reporterOn visit us at tne James E. Scott -
forum conducted
open by Rev S.
names Auditorium or call PL
L. Gay. Saturday, July 4 starting at 8-4781.
The morning worship was con- 12 noon and continuing thru Sat-

ducted by Rev J. D. urday night there will, be a sale OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOUSEE
education
followed by a tine at the home of Sis. Essie Gibson,
sermon by Rev. E. M. Blocker, 1423 NW 70th( st. Library Summer
THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
The afternoon session was On Sunday afternoon July 0,
opened by inspirational songs by there will be a tea at the home Club PSYCHIC READERLet
convention chorus, directed by cf Sis. Emerald Jones, 2030 NW heading ,
Mrs. M. Burroughs.The 67th st., apt. 3 from 3 to 6. Please '
,panel, "Effective Leadership come out and make both of these boys< ana girls at in Is community
in the Church" was conducted affairs a success. They are bene- who are itoing into the fourth J X r
by '''Rev. H. M. Harris, pastorof fits for our pastor's contest. grade and up through Junior SE kNlA ,
St. James AME Church.On On Sunday evening July :5 our high school may enroll now In M
BTU is invited to a tea over at the Miami Public Library Sum-
Saturday the youth and Temple Baptist Church. mer Reading Club at the Dorsey r
senior delegates, with Presiding
For our evening worship our Memorial Branch. A certificate
Elder Allen and Mrs. Allen, 'were
pastor delivered
a very Jnspirinig awarded for reporting on at least
entertained with an outing at
sermon. 'His text was "I'll Go".
new and beautiful Dixie Park one good book a week for the
Rufus Williams, son of our pastor -
where swimming in the new pool, is in the hospital suffering eight weeks of vacation. By mesas
shuffle board and other activitieswere from an eye Injury. We ask for of this informal report the librarian -

indulged followed by refreshments him a special prayer. Rev. Jones, gives individual reading
of hot dogs, lemonade, our ex-pastor<< and Sis. Green are guidance to each member.

ice cream. still on the sick list. Bro. Butler The theme An Everglades

The'Misslonary -Department was is up and out again. He was in Adventure with Books pro-
presided over by Mrs. Serena morning worship that Is a signof vides an attarctivo library display -

Allen. The topic, "Leadership In progress. Pray for the sick. on which each reader charts my years of tixperienco!: guide and protect yon through
The Missionary Department," /was his progress. The complete read-
Life as a Lighthouse guides the In storm
ably discussed by the panel, concluded I Ing record is returned to the ship a

by Rev. W. E. Taylor, child's school in September. MIEN OTIIKIIS FAIL YOU SUB MM
pastor of Gibbs Chapel Church,
who spoke on "The Part The Yes For Rent Readers meet at the Dorsey For Success in Business And Love

Pastor plays In the Missionary\ Memorial branch each Wednes- CONSULT HER -
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Rev. T. A. Allen preached. 16.00 Per Week branch librarian reports thai Don't Stay in the rut, get out now
In the afternoon Rev. O. W. coming programs include: June
0 By the help of God she can help
Burroughs brought an inspiring O Free Gas 17, a puppet show: Cinderella; you

message and evening, Rev.; Ira O Free Electricity'Yes June 24, S. B. Nedsman will talk Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in
Falson was the preacher. Free Water on fishing and hunting; July 1, troubleIt
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films, learning to sail, birth of a
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Ora D. Taylor of Gibbs Chapel Free Refrigerator ; July 8, a representative Where thousands come yearly for help and advice, you too can
and was received with applause. will speak from Crandon Park
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t :THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples Newspaper" House, of Albert .. . 2380 in Faravilla Rutland, St.Convalescent, Opa Locka Home died

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1959 I' DEATHS Mrs. Alice Poole of 2036 NW June 30. Her survivors, are mother -
5th court flied in Jackson Memo- two daughters, two sisters Including -
Mrs. Marie Oliver of Opa
.
rial Hospital on Jurie 21. Funeral -
services were conducted June Locka, two brothers and seven'..

Range .1. 27, 2 pan at Mt. Calvary, Bap- grand children. .' i

I CARDS-MEMORIALS Mrs. Mattie Johnson of 1718 tist Church, Rev. E. M. Thomas ,
NW 67th st., died in Jackson Me- officiating Burial in Evergreen. Funeral services will be,hfcld
morial Hospital on June 26. She Survivors! are a son, two daughters at Greater New Bethel ,Baptist .
is survived by her hsuband, two sisters and a sister-in-: Church, Opa Locka, Friday, July
: MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn Hiram, two children, Hiram Jr., law. 3, 2 pan. Rev.,,,W. K. 'Smith'Offi-
SIN
and Eula Mae., a sister, Mrs. Lu- ciating. The body (will be setxt.toCofffee
Yat sad but loving memory of, very sad memory of our cille Brown, her mother, Mrs. Infant son of Mrs. Gloria Spring, Ala. for final rites
<5 FREDRICKA VIRGINIA brother, uncle and cousin, Alice Neal, both of Opa Locka. Horne of Goulds died in Kendall She will lie in repose in'the
f-'ty SWEETING ROBERT (Bob Fighter) RUSSELLwho Funeral services will be con- Hospital June 15, laid to rest chapel from 10 ajm. Thursday

who departed this life July 6 and departed this life July 4, ducted on Friday, July 3 at 2 June 19.Funeral. until 12 noon Friday.
lakTto :rest July 10 of 1958. 1958 in Veterans Hospital. Gone, pjn. at Mt Tabor Baptist Church
N w 4he laborer's task is O'er; but not forgotten. Your memory with Rev. Purd Brown officiat! services ,for Mrs. Willie
*Now the battle day is past; will linger long in our hearts ing. Lou Anderson who lived at 1225 .
Now upon the farther shore always. NW 65th St., and died in Jackson FOR,, RENT ;

'(lands the voyager at last. 'Mrs. Florida Mingo, sister Jimmle Lee Fraley of 1456 NW Hospital June 29, will be conducted LARGEHOUSE) for sale. 'You .
Father in thy gracious keeping And FamilyExpression 60th st., apt. 2 died in Jackson Saturday, July 4 at 2 pjm. at can rent rooms. It is convenient
Leave we now thy servant Hospital on June 28. He is ,sur- Mt. Calvary Baptist Church with to everything. Only $11,500' .with'
sleeping.The of ThanksI vived by his parents, Mr and Rev. E. M. Thcmas officiating.She $2,500 dawn. Only one mortgage:

FamilyCARD I / like to thank the many Mrs. Fred Fraley. Chapel services -: is survived by two. daughters, 1017 NW 61st st. ",
friends, neighbors and relatives will be conducted July 4 at including Mrs. Minnie Dalwseey; RAY DOCKUM, Inc.
OF THANKS who so thoughtfully rendered to 1 pm. with Rev. S. L. Gay, pas: a son-in-law, two brothers, four FR 7-3685 iMO 5-5760
grandchildren, two great grand-
tor of Mt. Hermon AME Churchof
their and condo-
We, the family of the late, me sympathy Opa Locka officiating. Burial children, and several other rela- ' '
lences during hour of be- FOR SALE
JOHN THOMAS I reavement during my the recent will be conducted in Lincoln Me- tives. She will lie in repose in .
(who formerly lived at 1969 NW passing of husband Mr. Offie rial Cemetery.Mrs. the chapel from 4 pjm. Friday We have a choice 2-toedroom_
3rd ave., and who died in West Branham my June 15. until funeral time Saturday. Interment apartment for rent with stove .

Hollywood Memorial Hospital on Many thanks on for the numerous Ella Bell Spice of 1373 : Lincoln Memorial. and refrigerator, 2945 NW 46thst.
June 10 and was funeralized on NW 62nd st., died at her resi- Bus No. 24 ,passes .door. Phone '
,
June 20 from Greater Bethel telegrams, phone calls, floraf dence on June 29. She is survived Mrs. Carrie Louise Jones of FR 9-5576.:
AME Church, the Rev. S. A. pieces and the many other waysin by a daughter, Mrs. Marie

Cousin officiating, take' this which you expressed your James, a son Willie James Ivory -
.
method to express our thanks sympathy.A tiwo sisters, Mrs. Frances
and appreciation to our many special thanks to the Range Thomas and Mrs. Addle Radwell.
friends of Miami and West Holly- Funeral Home and its staff for Funeral services will be con- *4 N N
wood, who were so kind duringhis its most courteous service. I ducted at Greater Israel Bethel]
illness and passing. Many would also like' to thank the Rev. Baptist Church Friday 3
on July
thanks for all the sympathy S. A. Thomas of Mt. Sinai Baptist at 4 pan Rev. P. D. Brantley ; L ;
Church and members
of the ;
floral sent dur-
cards and pieces will officate. Burial will be. held
choir. To the'many persons who
God
ing our bereavement May in Evergreen Park.
and of gave the use of their cars for the
bless keep each you.
funeral I thanks to also.
Irene Ingraham Thomas say you Jeff Bridges of 1208 NW 67thst.
Lee
Mrs. Rosie Branhamand
.
And Family other members of the ., died at his home July 1. He _4 -
immediate family is survived !by a daughter, Mrs.
IN MEMORIAMIn Inez Williams, two brothers, a
granddaughter, four great grand-
sad "but loving memory of. IN MEMORIAMIn children. Funeral services will be .
our dear sister and mother, I conducted at St. Paul ACME ;u -- : u_- ,
of the late "'I.r ll.
memory :
MRS. MURIEL FLOYD
Church :with Rev Washington r ///;T'JF:. .6. ... iii-. .
who departed this life on July 5, J _. ...d.. officiating. The date and time of q

U, Gone 58. but not forgotten. ever the ,serviioe local radio)Will stations.be announced' 5127 N.W. 17th AVENUE UU. U.n.oRIDA.Ph....S OX 14111. OX MM

May she rest in peace.
OMwu<.Ati4l Rugs OwMrr Oscar Rasp, Uetwt EaW."FnenI DfcwUr
The
Family
Mrs. Mary Murray of 1861 NW
62nd terrace, died at home July I
CARD OF THANKS 1. She is survived by two sons,
.. '\ '"r William and Tommie Lee' two
,
The family of the .late, .
MRS. VERA HENRY daughters, Mrs. Annie Mae Pool,
'
:) jl and Mrs. Viola Ellis, a brother v .

of ARMSTRONGformerly Miami, .and more recently .- several grandchildren. Funeral! Alonza P Francis, director T. ,C. .McKain, manager. ,
: services will be conducted at Mt
of Norwalk
Conn wishto
; .
\/a' Tabor Baptist Church with Rev; ,
take this method of thanking .
th'eirmany friends for their many ,' Purd Brown' officiating., Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Francis, Owners \

kind gestures of sympathy during : '
..di Infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
i the recent Illness and '
pass- Bennie Irvin of 2050( ( NW 64th st.
ing of their sister. We wish to : ,
; stillborn at Jackson Hospital
was
"
Francis
thank the Bain's Funeral Home Funeral Home
June 30. Graveside services were
fQr their very sincere and conducted July 2.
thoughtful help, and also the .
Rev. W. F. Tanner. for his
very
Funeral services for Mrs. Pearl
tfnely words of comfort. Fiveash whose passing occurredin "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES"FR

r The Family Brooklyn, on June 28 will be

held at Antioch Baptist Churchon

a CARD OF THANKS O, July Foster 4 at officiating.4 .pm with Survivorsare Rev. W 3-3034 FR 9-2665 FR +9.2666

I We the family of the late,
|MR. GARFIELD SAUNDERSwish REV. S. A. SAMPSONlate a sister, Mrs. Hattie Round-
tree of Opa Locka, >two sons,
to thank pastor of Mt. Olivette 236 N.W. 7th Street
everyone who contributed Bap. Willie C. Barrett and Floyd Five- Miami, Florida.
in some way for helping tlst Church, whp went to the
ash. Mrs., Fl''eash'will' be remembered -
tt make the loss of our brother Great Beyond on July 4, 1949. as the wife of the late
much )lighter. Words cannot reallY -' 'Ten years ago you left us,. Deacon Fiveash who served at
: express the feeling that are lii l Ten years we miss you so, Antioch, Baptist Church for 'a
our hearts. Sincere thanks to the Ten years were awful lonesome, number of years prior to his
Balms Funeral Home and the Ten years we were without you In 1952.
ReV; T. C. Kelly Jr. for their But your memory lingers still. passing

untiring services. The Children The infaqt' son 'of Mr. and Mrs.

E The Wiggins, Saunders and Willie Howard of 1979 NW 57th
7*:' Ray Families. IN MEMORIAMIn st was stillborn at Mt. Sinai Hospital '.. fktt kiNrlrlllj R/Nr NMYlV1J'

on July 1. Graveside services -
IN MEMORIAM husband loving, memory of my dear will 'be, conducted July 3. .

jln sad but loving memory of ...' ,
Our dear son and brother, Richardson . -. -::-::-
s
fr' WALTER' WILSON ,k Little Charles Oliver Johnson,
Who 58'' departed this life July., son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold John-
1
+ y. son, 115 NW 15th st, died In the
gGpne, but not forgotten.
Children's June A.e14
Variety Hospital
!,. '
iMay, he rest In peace
26. Funeral services conductedon
t!1 !Mrs.Mr. Jack Claudia Wilson, father Wednesday at 1:30: pjm. from a- LESTER C. ALBERT. Funeral Director
J Wilson, mother
tJ the chapel with burial in Lincoln
Mr 6942 N.W. 15th ATMUM OX 1.7661
-
Hayward Wilson, brother -4
Park. Rev. S. A. Cousin officiated. -
.! ,JMrs. Laura Jones, sister .


S Sr IN MEMORIAM r 'Mrs. Arinthlan- Johnson344 "COURTEOUS, EFFICIENT SERVICE"

5 loving I NW 10th st., died In Paravtlla With Prices to Meet The Family RequirementsA
memory of our dear Convalescent Home on June 27.
randmother and mother;. Funeral services conducted on
MRS. ANN
fc LATTIMERof Thursday July 2 at 3 pjm. from
Madison, who departed this tha chapel,.Rev. S.' A. Cousin of-
.. We.July 5, 1951. ficiating. Burial in Evergreen
V! Your memory is still with us.

We miss you more and more each .Mr. Nathaniel William Kimball

day; writh your loving smile each 14370 NW 21st court, died in the
day.Always tried to do for oth- Veteran's Hospital on June 27.
ers along the way. To those who
Funeral held on Saturday July 4
rtlll have mothers tend her with
at 10 aim from St. Peter's
loving care, for you'll never know American Catholic Church. Bur-
----------------
how miss -
you'll her, until she'sgone ial in Evergreen.
I away. 0, thy faithful ser- ULYSSES SPIKES
vant of God well done. Sleep on who departed this life on July 3, I
and take your rest, we loved you, 1958. CARD OF THANKSThe ,dR, -"" It .....
but God loved you best. Sadly Your memory is still with us. family of the late
missed your granddaughter.Mrs. We miss you more and more MR. SAM TAYLOR Fact to Consider When Selecting a Funeral Home

Evelyn Lattimer Floyd each day wish to express their appreciation
(Daughters: Jesus will guide us safely to all for the many ways of MANKER FUNERAL HOME
Mrs. Delores L. Ward, To be with you same day kindness shown during the illness -
(Mrs. Eleanor L. Eady Miami Our earthly loss is
Heaven's
and
gain. death of Mr. Taylor. ,
6701 N.W. 15th Ave. OX 1.9151 PL 7-7038
(Mrs. Lena L. Lee of Mrs. Jessie Spikes Mrs. Lillie Taylor -

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',:" Personal Mention JULY 4, 1959 PAGE 13

I Mrs Julita Pompey and three THE MIAMI TIMES-'The People. Newspaper"..".. "'

children, Yvonne, Patricia and .
Dou&las arrived here to spend
I some time with her parents, Mr; best friends are honeymooning In Mary E. Seymour.'
and Mrs. Chris Wareham and her Miami. Mrs. Patricia Heaston, I I
grandmother Mrs. Florence Cooper daughter of Dr. and Mrs., A. Rob- !
1a ; Mrs. Pomipey( Julita Ramos) ert Brown of Chicago, and a I Dies in Hospital *hA
a former Miamian, resides in psychologist for the public school .._ _. '
the Bronx, N.Y with her husband system of Chicago, and attorney
1 Fred. Curtis Heaston, engaged in private -'
law practice, are enjoyingour
Mrs. I. G. Pratt, civic, church, magic city. They plan to con-
.. -. social and fraternal (worker of tinue their honeymooning in Nas-
I 1515: NW 2nd ave., left the city sau. The Heastons are living at
FOR SALE FOR RENT Tuesday morning for Washington the home of Miss Tommye Doss
$17 PER WEEK, 2-foedroom. D. C. to study at the National who was Mrs. Heaston's freshman
Trade and Professonal School. roommate at Northwestern Uni-
stove
ROOMING 'HOUSE. Suitable for refrigerator and /Iwate
versity Evanston, Ill
beauty salon with separate living free. Also furnished one-bedrooms Prince
and Mother
H. Mob
quarters on busy 62nd st. 1172 844 NW 70th st. Phone NA 1-6963 of 1260 NW 69th st. have as house y
VW 62nd st. rli'lndJ guests the family of their Mrs. Loretta Nooks and Mrs.
,.. Two rooms furnished. Reliable bishop
--- Mother G. Louise Bogie are spending the
110 Simpson and her
3 BEAUTIFUL LOTS at Southwest man only. $12.00 per week. Call lovely daughters, Joyce and Mrs. Fourth of July weekend in Nas- '
21st st. Lots No. 13, 14, 15.: at 1766 NW 68th st. July* Ruby Burns of Buffalo. sau visiting with Mr. and Mrs. '
Carver Ranches. Very reasonable.Call Charles Hfcggs and relatives.
Prospect 9-4293 LARGE 2WBEDROOM APT in Miss Enid r
or write Curtis is all smiles ry
1348 W 107th place., Chicago! Ill. Opa Locka. Front and back this week because two erf her Sammie Wright, popular treasurer V
Mrs. E. Griffin Julyll; Reasonable rates. Call NE door'j of the Square Circle Sports t q+
or OX 15453.FURNISHED man Club, is hospitalized at Mt. 1 1s.

LOTS, 2 beautiful lots in nice, Beautiful Home oa Sinai Hospital after surgery.Mr. .
airy location in Ft. Lauderdale one room efficiency
Your
Lot
Selling cheap. Phone PL 4-5132. apartment. All modem conven- ] and Mrs. Lawrence Ad- L
iences. Located near two bus derly of Liberty City are spend- _
BEAUTY SHOP In South Miami. lines. 3268 NW 46th st. Phone 7 adetac& ing a week vacation in Texas .-- - ----...

Good location. Must sell due to OX 13528. and Mexico.Mr. Mrs. Mary Elizabeth, Seymour
illness. Call Mrs. Moss CE 5-0777 died at Jackson M Hospital
"WE BEDROOM HOUSE unfurnished and Mrs. Eddie Perpall of Tuesday evening at 10 o'clock
1 Amana deep freezer, 600 lb 733 NW 'OOt St., Phone Washington, D.C. arrived in the Coming from the Bahamas, she
capacity, almost new, $125; 2 PL 81909. city Monday on a threeweekvisit lived in the Miami area for more
chest of drawers $5.00: each ; one with friends and relatives., than 40 years. She and her family
"
child's play pen $5.00: ; 1 high FURNISHED ROOMS. Near Complete building MrVlce Perpall, a former Miamian, is were among pioneers of Lib-
chair $3.00; one :28-inch: square 'nwntown. $8.00 to 1200. Phone the son of Mrs. Sybil Forcer of erty City, having settled at the
porcelain top, 'kitchen cabinet FR 4-2708 or apply Cozy Rozy, PLANNINGBUILDING 1523 NW 5th ,place. present location when the streets
$5.00. Mrs; C< J. Ericson, 788 NW 527 NW 5th ave. were traUways> or footpaths.Mrs. .
Little River Drive, phone PL861'l6. Mrs. Carrie Dawkins of 2268 Seymour is survived by
., EFFICIENCY for rent as low as FINANCING NW 66th st., returned from the her husband, one son, one
>16 per week. Also rooms for Your New Home Bahamas by Pan American Air- daughter, two brothers, a foster
WE HAVE LOTS single men, $9 per week. 520 NW way Sunday afternoon: She reports daughter, 6 grandchildren and
IN PERRINJE' ',Goulds, Cutler, 7th St., phone FR 42213. e REPAIRING a very enjoyable vacation. many other relatives.
Florida City and Homestead. REMODELING Funeral services wll be con-
Same on EZ terms. Phone now. FURNISHED ROOM'to young RENOVATING Robert (Bob) an of BImini ducted at St. James AMB Church,
fed.:Allhoflf, broker: ;' CE 50833. lady, private home. $10 a week, made a short business visit this 1845 NW 85th, st., Saturday,-July
NE 4-8447. Over Twenty YMI of week. He arrived on Saturdayand 4 at 4 pro Range Funeral Home
Miscellaneous Construction ExporUncoo rturned on Wednesday. in charge.
2-BEDROOM APT. furnished
Radio $3.45; Fan $1; Toaster Also Guaranteed Satoof action
89c; Pas Stove $7; Hot Plate 50c: call OX 14room'rooming 14514. house,
Iron 98c; Dinette set $24 Chest
;
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1 (bSV'mmVI1@ffi(
$3; Refrigerator $3; Men's under- FOR SALE
NICE COOL
ROOMS, downtown
shirts 3 for $1 Socks 5 for ,
; $1;
very reasonable, cooking privi- (!
Suits.dresses$3.93; Shoes $1; Ladies' leges. Call FR 9-9310 or PL 3 Bedroom CBS HouseWith
29c; Shoes 29c; Work 46408. i NE 5-6171
Clothes V4
price. Watches, Cam-
eras, Belts' Work shirts 30c. 1121 N.W. 29th Street
Everything at RUMMAGE, 1346 ROOMS.furnished. Freshly Conveniently painted located and MiamiTROUBLED ,CBS utility room, sprinkler system, California
VW 3rd aye. UN 5-3157.

step for( ,working 2191 NW people.152nd Right Terr on at bus the Redwood ,awnings, completely furnished, look like j

corner. Reasonable rates. ? LOVE
WANTEDLEASE. I Instructions followed. Strictly new. All large rooms, ready ,to move in. i i, :
VACANT HOUSE for LOST MONEY PROBLEMS ,, '. .
tang term. Suitable for rooming 'I'll help. Solution available If j..
house. Will consider established Ladies ,blue wallet containing personal. $1,500 ;DOWN PAYMENT ;

business on small down payment. several important cards and .JOHN WAM8TEKER .,\:, ':

the Responsible Miami Time party., Box Write 662.care Jul4 of Mrs.papers.W. Please R. Park return at 1741 to NW owner 1st, Dept.Dept.15, Box 15 10 A HOME YOU WILL BE fROUD TO LIVE IN.:, .?'; ,

court or cal FR l- 873. Thank
Ottery, Cape, South Africa
THIS IS AN EXCEPTIONAL VALUE

EXPERIENCED: : Operator'at Vi'i you..................................................."'" ................................. ...... ..."" "" '''''''''''''''''''.....'''''''',.,......-,,;,''''''''''
Beauty Shop, 938 NW 2nd ave.. .
Phone FR 9-9359.' Home: Frances I. Full Price $12,500 4A ;
Roberson, PL 9- 3&5.
PIANO SICK? \,'.,

ELDERLY LADY for companion p :
to live in Call OX 11600..W'omO'NG \ Goodman Real Estate ;
SEE WM. PINDER, Sr. |

GIRL would like to
share apt with some nice neigh FOR PROFESSIONAL PIANO A 2688 N.W..62nd Street NE 5-0931

bor across street from Carver AND ORGAN SERVICES N
Hotel, 901' NW 3rd ave., apt. 303. ,

STOVE REPAIR 1935 N.W. 153rd St. SERVICE I

EXPERT stove repair on gas MU 8-3770
stoves only. Reconditioned gas MADAM CHEROKEEINDIAN

loves 35.: Phone MO 32073.Julll< .. ....................... ..... .... ........ ................__.............___.....a' ..... .......................... .... .... .
HEALER AND ADVISOR

ON ALL PROBLEMS OF LIFE
Architectural Se.lceii

the right plans ii-and price_ I Do you own property in the Bahamas Art you sick, unhappy, disgusted with life DOM bad luck

contact A. Seymour, architect- seem to follow you wherever you 90? Then you mutt ...
YU engineer. FR 1-9533 iir Miami *t Would you like to sell-or buy? this divine Indian Healer who has come from (India to help.'
3-9987 in West Hollywood.Julll. .
you.
WRITE TO She can help you with your love problem, marriage, buelneee,
.

Job Opportunities SANDS REALTYP.O. She health.can help you on all probleme. Your mind, to her, I I. like

For information regarding the an open book.

following Job opportunities con- Box 1147 Nassau Bahamas She tells past, present and future. ''Madam Cherokee _hu th.
tact '
JL Allen Wheatley of the God>glven power to heal and help humanity by prayer.
urban League or call FRj 16476. .
Economic Researcher, LifeGuard Don't be discouraged jlf you have been to other read....

I, Messenger, Budget Examiner Madam Cherokee glvee lucky day., lucky hands lifti you
Physical Science Aids out of sorrow and darkneee and starts you on the road, tosuccess
(chemistry, geology, physics, and .
mathematics, metallurgy, other ,, WANTED happlnesi.She
branches of sciences except met- reunltee the separated and ,bring them together for a

eorology, (Zoning) Enforcement full and a happy life. Madam Cherokee_ guarantees to remov '

Driver Officer,, Precinct Carpenter,Prison Waste Guard Truck, EASTERN STAR OR MASON all evil Influence and bad luck of all kind. Call

! Automotive Equipment OperatorI (or Former Member) friends and enemies by name without aeklng you a word..
I Engineering Draftsman I, La- If you are having bad luck about trying to get a Job' or hay,
boratory Assistant, Maintence EARN GOOD MONEY fag trouble on the Job, then see Madam Cherokee today and
Repairman (mechanic's helper),
Construction &iuipment: Opera- : Write at Once tot get rid of your trouble tomorrow.
tor, Traffic Signal Technician, I do hereby solemnly swear that the above atatement are

Keypunch Operator, Stenographer REV. WM. V. BANKS. true, *o help me Cod. All reading. are private, confidential.
DS2. 3 and 4, Typist GS 1, 2 .
and 3, Clerk. Stock Clerk (commissary dl 2101 Gratiot Ave. 2724 N. MIAMI AVE. PHONE FR 1-9506
Miscellaneous
), Offset Pressman, ,
duplicating equipment Detroit 7, Michigan Across the street from Stacy Rowell Ford. Dealer
operator. Tabulating machine
operator and tabulating equip- 'Io.P... ....... "" _.... __ -f" .... _............" t -. .
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Richmond Heights FlashesBy '


By ORA D. TALYOR S' d ,

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GOOD OLD SUMMER I Eunice! Saunders, a fine person to : ,
TIME Truly, the good old kncjw is visiting in New York t.y
summer time is 'here. Some of us City for two weeks. She will vis-
are enjoying It, however, because it her brother Arnold Albury,
we live In cool open areas who is ill, and family and a sister -
like Richmond Heights. We are Miss Clotell Albury who has
blessed to live only a few miles lived there for years.
from the ocean. We get these i I4Wts
breezes from our east and makesus PRINCIPAL STUDYING -
have the ocean at our doors. Principal Walter White Is on vacation ...
We invite you to visit then Invest and study In New York. .
and come live with us who He is the most excellent princi- .bers and those who seek to destroythe =
live here ,and' love It. Many vet- pal of Frank C. Martin Elemen- The members of the National Liberty ElksReception peace. The children's contest
erans, now away for summer tary of the Heights. He is always Business Leagues'. board of directors I which has always netted this
will return in August to new I climbing rungs up the ladder of temple much money, will be held
homes in beautiful Richmond learning which is a most impor- met last week in Wash- TuedayThe as usual with the Deputy direct-,
Heights. Each new home owneris tant item in today's trend in edu ington, D.C. to plan 1959 confab. ing and all members are urged to
welcome and we hope by next cation We wish him pleasure and Financial aid to businessmen Daughter Elks of Liberty select their candiates now. Sev-
to have hundreds of Temple No. 724 will entertain all
year you success. the will dom- eral daughters will attend the
throughout country
here with us. Remember we are members and friends on Tues- National Convention which con-
in real estate to stay and our inate the convention program day evening immediately alter
RECUPERATING Mrs. Ha venes in Atlantic City, N. J. Dt .
servces are open to help you 24 with Dr F. D. Patterson, NBL the Deputy Marie White confersthe
zel D. Atkens of Polk St.
a
This fall the degrees the new members Ruler states that the program for
hours a day. we are president, outlining proposed on
teacher at Frank C. Martin is
opening two new offices for your recuperating after a spell of ,illness project. Seen in photo, front row The Temple is. now at work to the next six months will be madeup
convenience. We appreciate your Mrs. Alken is active in left to right: J. E. Robinson, aid some daughter to the Elks by a group appointed In the
cooperation in the past and wish school and civic circles Houston, Texas; C. W. Maxwell, National Convention who will temple. She also stresses, "II
you to continue to tell your Philadelphia; Dr. Patterson, New cast the ballot. Liberty Temple is produce
friends about our services. York; Mrs. L. Tolbert, Chicago; working to help build a greater your plans are greater, It
NEW MANAGEMENT Then Edward Davis, Detroit; William community In which to live. and we will use It.

WINS CONTEST Little Green Apts. are not under R. Hudgins: New York. There will be useful
Confusion and disturbance have many
Tanya Brown granddaughter of management of Bonded Collection -
Mrs. Eunice Saunders of 14860 any longer Ora D. Taylor Second row, left to right: John no place in this temple nor wouldwe souvenirs for all daughter Elks
Tyler st. won the baby contestat Realty has full rental and collection H. Wickliffe, New York; J. R. E. tolerate disrespectful mem-I who attend this meeting. ,
Bethel Baptist Church recently rights. These spacious two. Lee Tallahassee; Belmont Hay-
by raising $246.88. The bedroom apartments are now dell, New Orleans.
total effort netted over seven ready for inspection; and rent.
hundred dollars for the church. They have two door front entrances Third row, J. J, Henderson, ,
Rev. Ross is pastor. Tanya is the and some have windowson Durham; Rufus Byars, Washington. -
daughter of the former Joycelyn three sides. A person is In MAGIC CITYELECTRONICS
McCloud daughter of Mrs. charge to see that the building is Fourth row: Dr. B. T. McGraw,
Eunice Saunders, clean at all times. Call CE 5.4246 E. Lancaster, J. A. Beavers and
or come to 14601 Lincoln Boulevard Moss H. Kendrx, all of Washington t
TO VISIT IN N.Y.-Mrs, for rental. .


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75x100 CORNERWill
Broward '
(\ \ For The Highest in RADIO TV PHONOGRAPHSSALES
County : plan, finance and build
SERVICE
COSMETICSCall fr
your home on large corner
New t'j.
\.. ,,;," t, See lot on .
-< YUkon 3.5681
-'" Call PL 4-7318
I y : N.W. 72nd St. ,

Walter Bows \) "SAl\Also S" and 21st Ave. .

... .. Miami Times Newspaper And phone JE 8.3709 .
CAPPER CONST. CORP. .
The Rev. and Mrs. N. Sean TERMS
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wish ,to thank all of the membersand .
friends of Westminster Bap- 1. FAST SERVICE' .
tist Church, Liberia, for their cooperation -
during their anniver- 9 a.m. 9 p.m.
sary. They wish to thank Deacon
Arthur Ford and his wife for O TUBES CHECKED FREE 1
handling the program; also' Deacons JAMES '"'
Mullins, Nelson and Faint ff> 10% DISCOUNT ON ALL PARTS .
and their wives. Many thanks to dry
the loyal choir and Mother Rich- 5 & lOc STORE
ardson, one of the greatest mothers. JUNE Summer Special JULY I
Thanks to all the sisters: ,
Sisters Baln, Hepburn, Taylor 1200 N.W. !rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481

Faint and all the Nelsons andBrother CALL OR COME IN. TODAY.
Walter _the organist; to
all the ministers. Revs. Phillips, HOT WEATHER ITEMS
Cooper, Green and Askew.
Ladles Short ................ 1.00 Boys Shorts, pr .......?... +35*
Ladles 'Panties, pr. ........ 29* Girls Swim Suits ........ 1.00
Child Swim Suits, ea. 1.00 Diaper Sets ...............?... 1.00 ".
Mrs. Freddie M. Craig of WestHoUY'Wood Swim Trunks, ea. ........ 1.00 Cotton Panties, 5 for 1.00 STRENGTH SERVICE SECURITY .
sends thanks' to the
Swim 'Ring, ea. ............ 97* Swim Goggles ................ 69*
many/ !friends who attended a Beach 'Balls, ea. ............ 97* Sand Palls .................... 25*
green leaf tea at her home Sunday Cftrtral life IHSWMC C.
past. The affair was sponsoredfor Pools
2 'iRIng Pools and 3 Ring
the benefit of "Miss Sun-
Fill Them With Water Fill.up With Kids
light. Mrs. D. A. Julius of the I Your Friendly Company

Sunlight, Beauty School was Zorl thong sandals bird Items, whatnot shelves zippers

present. thread ,buttons dress materials spray guns and house T e oJ'\'\!'

spray plastic drapes. ," -
Offerings _
Mrs. A. O. Henderson of Hyde .
Park" West Hollywood, arrived Money orders and Simplicity Patterns sold every day Monday 20 Year Payment Life & Educational Endowment '.
home Monday afternoon by way thru Friday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. -Sat. tit 9 p.m. I Endowment at Age 65 at Age 18 1i
of Eastern Air Line from New
York City. During her three CLOSED SUNDAYS-GO TO CHURCH i Paid-up Life & 20 Payment Life .

weeks she visited Jersey City, I Endowment at Age 6| 15 Year Endowment r
Newark and Brooklyn. Her son, .
Teran who accompanied her, to Juvenile Estate Builder Whole Life :;

New York, will spend the sum- Mortgage Redemption 15 Payment Life ,

mer In Brooklyn.Star FARRAN'S PALMISTRY STUDIOMadame Health Hotpitalization 20 Year Endowment ... *,

'Farran, life reader, adviser, Home Office *.* '

Light Lodge No. 542 born with power Mme. Farran Is nationally .
meets Friday night, 8 o'clock at Boulevard Fla. ,f
known, highly recommended.Mme. 1416 North Tampa,
the Masonic Temple on Pembroke
Road., All members are asked to Farran, the wonder lady of Miami, Branch Offices '* '
be present. has returned to help you with your personal '","

problems.Are BRADENTON OCALA' ,
DAYTONA BEACH ORLANDOPANAMA .
ASTHMATICS you unhappy? Does bad luck seem i FT. LAUDERDALE CITYPEN8ACOLA .

to follow you? Are you discouraged, sickor :.. FT. PIERCE :.:.t.> '

Want simple; effective rei Ie'1 In distress? Mme. Par ran removes -evil : JACKSONVILLELAKELAND ST. PETERSBURG >

from, choking, rucking brwnchlal Influence. Reunites the separated Turns failure Into success, TALLAHASSEE tt .
asthma ? Get '
| spasm genntn
Breatheasy see what yon health and happlnell. 'Phone NE 43267 for appointment. WEST PALM BEACH .

bave been missing. There's no Take Buses 15 or 24 4500 N.W. 27th ,Ave.If Miami Offices 176 N.W. 14th Street, 1,
substitute.. for original, Breath THE TIME TO INSURE IS NOW you cannot come send 2 one dollar bills with stamped,
easy ,inhalant and nebulizing set
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Miami Phamacist ---- -- - SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1959, PAG :

NATIONAL PHIL OSSOFER I THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper'' ,
Donates Award
SAYS: -

CONFERENCEy 'kt'AC .---.--.........................
-' DETROIT Liberty CitySunshine
What about the separation of
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church and state? This often discussed VISITORS CommunityClub

a subject is paradoxical. InstallsNew
C Church must not dominate state,
yet the !best government can be ENTERTAINED officers) of the Sunshine
attained only through spiritualmen Community Club were installedby
who, under the guidance of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bucholtz were Mrs. Doshie Howard.
true religion, will be the finest hosts to 35 of their friends on Mrs. Mary E. Simms was elected ..
administrators. Saturday night when they enter- president; Mrs. Doshie How.
tained Mr. and Mrs. William vice and
ard Esther
And what is true religion? Ed'- president,
Baker of Detroit Mich. and Mrs. Scott remains
as recording sec
mund Burke said, "True regllgion Baker's mother, Mrs. John Hll-
retary.
is the foundation of 'the liard
society, of Sarasota.
It was agreed and arranged to
basis which all
on true civil
gov- send two) boys to this
Day Camp
ernment rests, and 'from which The setting was the fabulous
pdwer derives its authorlty( laws patio of the Bucholtz home at summer.
H. tirs their efficacy, and both their 1928 NW 55th terrace. The beautifully Delegates elected to attend the
: t sanction." appointed patio with soft State Convention in Lakelandwere
A it ''f MTV lights and continuous music cre- Mrs. Mary E. Simms, Mrs.
If true religion is the basis on ated atmosphere of perfect C. Lee and Mrs. A. McNeal.
which all true civil governmentrests delight to their guests. Mrs. Final meeting for the season
... ---- ... ,----- then why must church be Bucholtz served a constant sup- closed Tuesday evening with a ,
Tallahassee Charles Lassiter separated from state? Is it because ly of very unusual hor d'ouvres picnic date at Virginia Beach
1959 pharmacy graduate of Flor- the church Itself is an example I throughout the early part of the Thursday, July 16.
evening while Mr. Bucholtz and Mrs. M. E. Simms, hostess, entertained
ida A and M University, donated OIl separation, and as such
------- Mrs. Bud oltz's brother presidedat the club exclusively
weakened its
an award to be presented at has influence for
the bar and were most solicitous See you girls with your date.
-
?
the end of good
the next school
David Davis, president of the year to
.
of the pleasure of the guests.At
the pharmacy: students who \
Student Council of Booker T.
In 1054 World
a Council of
Washington High School and son makes the highest score on a Churches was held in Evanston, midnight there ''Was a buffet You
and Mrs. Ben Davis of comprehensive examination In May
cf Mr. Ill to seek religious unity among served of barbecued meats,
1619 NW 1st place, returned this pharmacology. the denominations. More recently chicken, chop suey and salads. Dream Dreams

\week from PittSbungh, Pa. wherehe Lassiter, a graduate of Dorsey Pope John issued a call for religious The guests were attired in
the 23rd National and See Visions
attended
High in Miami received the unity. Is possible/ that tropical togs of vivid colors which
Association of Student Councils bachelor of science degree In these attempts to establish unity complimented the lovely settingof

David was one of more than pharmacy and was commissionedas between the churches are realizations the patio.

700 teen-agers in attendance at a second lieutenant In the of. the Inadequacy of separation Mrs. Baker, nOW residing Iri a
this educational .convention. He June 1, within the realm of Detroit Is a childhood friend of
participated in many worthwhile Army Medical Service Corps, churchdom? It is something to Mrs. Bucholtz and was lavish In
activities with students from all think about.I her praise of the most delightful'
over the' United States and five His immediate plans include believe that party honoring her and her fam-
religious unitycan
his Q
completing pharmacy internship
foreign countries. ily.
be achieved, and will be
activities tour at the Community Drug
Among the was a when we realize its Importance in Helping to make the eveningmore
Store in Miami
prior to taking
of Pittsburgh and a visit to one
reference to
good government. enjoyable:
of U. S. Steel Mills a rich experience the State Board Examination. When that unity becomes a reality -
for David. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hadley,
religion, symbolized by the
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. '
Enroute home he toured Washington need be Mr. and Mrs. Bibbs. Mr. and Mrs.
D.C., viewing the capitol Sylvester Lassiter. He is also a churches arated no Instead longer sep- Alonzo Fannin, Mr. and Mrs.
from state. it will
White House and other historical member of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity Winfred Dorsett, Mr. and Mrs.
become the solid foundation
points of interest. A tour 'of the , the American Pharmaceutical upon Muldrow' Mr. and Mrs. Willie
which state will rise to the high-
Association, Sigma Tau Williams Mrs. Thomas Jones Mr.
Bureau of Engraving' and an ,
est ethical level which when
Mu and several other social and and Mrs. Roosevelt Wlnfield Mr.
aerial view of the city from the ,
received will initiate the King- with this so-called Dream SetL
professional organizations. and Mrs. Jlmmie Manning Mrs.
top of the Washington Monument ,
dom of Heaven on earth. Jessie Only 200. Money back guaranteed.
Giles. Mrs. Mable Reid.
were highlights of this tour.
Try one todayl!
Before leaving David was din- Mrs. MilUe'Aldrick and friend,
ner guest of his' godmother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Mae Murry, JAMAICA CANDLE SKOP'
Inez Davis of 1151 N. Capitol St. Y's Men Carnival Don't Fret Fight! Mr. and Mrs. Bronson, Vincent 6664 N.W. 15th Ave.
Bullard Willie Lewis Mrs. Beatrice
Deep appreciation for affordingthis -
worthwhile opportunity is Saturday Join The NAACP Dunnaway, Mrs. Rebecca Miami 47, Florida,
and friend and others.
Long
extended the BTW family, C. L
Williams, the alumni associationand The Y's Men's Club of George
the student athletic associa Washington Carver branch YMCAis
tion. sponsoring a Carnival on theY
' Grounds at' 5770 NW 15th

Magnolia HospitalA ave. on Saturday, July 4 from 3 For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-CallONDED
pan until 10 pjm. There will be \
half-dozen babies entered dancing games, prizes, rides for
this'world via Magnolia Hospitallast the little ones and a variety show
week . the ''Proud parentsare at 8 p.m. Refreshments will also B COLLECTION I
Mrs. Eleanor Edwards, Mrs. be on sale. The Y's Men's Club
Charlie Flynn, Mrs. Nellie Jack- invites the entire family to spend r
son, Mrs. Evelyn Spalding Mrs. your holiday at the Carver 'Y'.
John Ivery and Mrs. Monroe
Fulks. Mothers and babies are
doing fine. ..- AGENCY Inc.It It 7

Adam Other Goethe patients, Mrs.at Flossie Magnolia Rogers -, J. B. SMITH y :"..ll! s.

Mrs. Hattie Jenkins, Rufus ELECTRICSERVICE'
Johnson, Emery Rogers, Eugene: '"' I .
Cisrow, Mrs. John Dupree and 'rr'' "

Mrs. Mary rapidly.Hart. All- are recuperating Electrical Contractor The largest collection and rental w-:


Tiny little Michelle Johnson, HOUSEWIRING"Don't agency in the South;: operating in r.o ,"
eight months old daughter, of Mr.
and Mrs. Fletcher Johnson is a cuss Call us" "
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PHONE OX 1.3625
The staff at Magnolia is ever increasing -

to take adesuate care of Night or Day gro Housing areas. . a
patients there It is the policy ,',
that Individual attention be given
all patients. L. L. BROOKS, PRESIDENT

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SATURDAY, JULY 4;>,1959 I. The Florida Morticians' Association his duties 'as* magistrate on June rqw. Last year she and her husband
TIMES "The Convention was held in 29. went to Ghana. This year,
THE MIAMI Peoples' Newspaper"
Nassau last week. The following Sunday night, June 14, St. they plan to visit Tokyo,'Hong:
officers were elected: Oscar I, Mary's Church was' entered and Kong and Delhi. The prize entitles -

MNNNNNNNNNNNNNMNNMNNNNNIn ..-....................- Hlllman. Mildred of Jacksonville S. Allen ,of presidentMrs. Miami, vandal the sacraments entered desecrated.by breaking The a travel the with couple all expense to ten days paid free in

president of the Ladles Auxiliary; leaded glass window in the sac-' any BOAC route city
Charles Bailey oJDeland," vice ristrv.. He made an unsuccessful ..
Around The Bahamas
president; M. H. Clause of Bar- attempt to open A'sate which was .
tow, executive secretary; and W. empty, then opened the Tabernacle Super Terrific!
By A. H. McKENZIE C. Taylor of Belle Glade, trea- and desecrated the sacra-
surer. Max Starke of Orlando ments. He also smashed a 'jalousy 1 Mortgage
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Hog( Island (Paradise Island) the hospital. the executive committee.The school room. Nothing was miss $375 Down .E
is gone not to the dogs. The highlight of the conven- ing.
island, Just some 300 yards More than fifty police, some tion was the welcome program at Partly furnished 2-bedroom CBS.
across from Nassau at its nearest armed with rifles, surroundedthe the St. John Baptist Church. So Carleton Ferguson was fined near school, bus and stores. '.
point, has been sold !by Dr. Axel scene and armed guards were pleased with the general hospitality $28 in the Magistrate's Court on $7,600 Total :
Wenner-Gren, Swedish indus- placed at Munnings' home. Squadcars shown them during their June 16 for negligently and unlawfully -
trialist, to Huntington Hartford, lined the roads. After a short stay, that the visitors prom- shooting a little boy and Home and Income v ,
New York art patron and :finan- night long search of Ncjw Provi- ised to come again on their own. for, having a ,22 rifle without a Close in t'
cier. The new owner .has acquired dence, he was found in a housein license. He pleaded guilty,. was $995 'Cash ..
four-fifth of the island and West St. Munnings exchangedshots The Rev. Canon Collingswood fined, and had to pay the child's Excellent 2-bedroom home, 1.;.
plans to develop it into a cultural with the police and did not Cooper has returned to Nassau parents $28 also. Ferguson was bedroom cottage. Easy terms. .'
center. surrender. until he had wounded alter spending 1)wo) weeks' vaca- shooting chickens in his aunt's '.
r Constables Burke and Cummingswho tion in Miami.Magistrate yard when he accidently shot the $8,500 balance
On June 22 31 men 'were<< were sent to the hospital.A boy in his hand. ... '
charged in the Magistrate's Court preliminary hearing. was set and Mrs. M. J Gold' 'Coast Realty
for June 22.LOVELY. Thcmpson returned to Nassau Mrs. Clement Maynard has
'with gambling on licensed premises on 4301 N.W. 2nd
and in public places. Thiry Saturday, after spending several won third prize in a sales con- 4ye.
of them were taken in a series of weeks In Miami during Mrs. test in BOAC's worldwide> organ- PL 1-2426
five raids by the police in the Thompson's illness. He resumed zation for the second year in am

Southern District on the prev- I .vyrr.mar w11.. :..o 1. ....._._'w.:.:. .:..:...'..... ......:....... ..::....._.....:.......... .:.:....t!..... ...:.:...... ...:.
ious Saturday night. The owners ,' .....,..."3? and those arrested were fined e; : ,,1

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with Edwin a pistol Clarke and was 36 all rounds loaded of :I VISIT OR CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645
ammunition when police found HOMESFOR
and arrested him. He told the
court that he had found the MN
"stuff" and was seeking advice r'
i
what to do with it. He was given -
nine months in prison and the SALEIn
and shell confiscated. t
gun I
Northwest Ali

Miss Avis Newbold and Leroy f.
Lewis were married at St. Joseph 55th St. Area alc
Church on June 24. The bride H r
was given in marriage by Ken- f u.: lite
neth Wallace. Mrs. Bernice John-
son was matron of honor. Brides- l N n
maids were the Misses Miriam HI
Wallace, Florida Adderley, and
Cynthia Moncur. jj f''

Coming .from the United Statesto ww a' !.
attend the wedding were Mrs. _ _ _
Pearl Sears, Mrs. Mary Culmer : .l
and Nurse Gretchen Moss. : i
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Things are taking' shape for 5
yacht racing at Hatchet Bay, Easy Monthly Terms fiII KJ
Eleuthera, on July 9 and 10. It :
is expected that there will be at 0 ;; ,,'.,.- .K.
least 24 contestants. Many prizes %; !"M'''' ... '" < ,
will be given for the first, second Only 1 Mortgage ". .. f..t
and third places. The Hatchet i. )h. i1$ru... ij,1'Mi u .

Bay races.Yacht Club is sponsoring the rx! WHY PAY RENT ?,


committee: in the House of H ':
Assembly on June 22 presented a Third Ave. H 'LOOK
plan to provide a home: for delin- H LOOK!!
quent girls at a cost of $84,000.
The committee recommendeS the !! ONLY $295 DOWN lti4
property of A. C. Knowles on Realty

the a Fox suitable Hill South place, Beach and asked Roadas :nI I Only 4 left of these rand new 3 and tf bedroom CBS: homes in North

for $5,600 to furnish and equip I Miami Beach with only 1 payment each month to builder. City water,
the buildings. The property is a. landscaped, close to 163rd St. Shopping center. This U your oppor
20-acre tract with a fruit grove. 742.NW.3rd'Ave.FR I tunity to own your own home; Joyful and comfortable living. No clos-

William Munnings' was cap- ing costs. Move right in. See model at 1420 N.E. 152nd street.'
tured and arrested on June 18 4-3297 \
after an all-night 'search and
charged, with the murder of his AND $495 Down 'Now Building! Brand Nowt! !
eight-year-old. :\ daughter, Wllla
Mae..', NE 4-0394 Brand New-CB .$795 Down
Late on the previous evening,
police were called to investigate 2-bedroom, carport, city water. Pick your lot, Opa Locka, 3-bedroom,
! a report of a man carrying a S. Hutcheson Jr. Shopping center, buses, beauty. Only, patio built-in and Small
.1 gun. It is alleged that, upon the 1 payment. $88 month, Move in to oven range.
deposit .will hold. No costa
arrival of the quad car, Mun- morrow. No closing costs. closing
nings shot the driver, Constable RegisteredReal Only 1 ,payment each month.
Morre in the back. He then ran Estate Broker
to his home In Balls Alley wherehe IJ! Building (Now Liberty City
is said to
have shot the childin
the head. Morre was taken to a bedroom, CBS, close to schools /end Brown Sub .Brand New CBS
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