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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: July 19, 1958
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00607
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Ii Register NexJ.//!Week- ; Books in Your Neiqhborh odi _


i If you are not a qualified reg- substations will be open
," istered voter now, next week from 8:30: a.m. until 5 pm. during -
is your best and easiest chance the wedk.
(', to get on the books for the big The substation, Brown said,
I -, fall elections. ill be located at the following

r s Claude Brown, supervisor of addresses:
registration! announced this
4 \ week the creation of 19 substations Carpenter Hall, 2955 NW 17th

for voter registration
I which will be spotted in key Locka City Hall
rt. i areas of the county.No Hialeah City Hall
Coconut Grove Bayfront
.# matter' where you live In
Park, 2820 McFarlane Rd. .1' '
\hc county, a clerk will accept a
new voter registration or a Carol City TV, NW 37th 'Ave.
change of address at any one of and 187th St.
the substations Miami Shores City Hall
Wherever you live or work West Miami City Hall
I. vooi will be near a voter regis Coral Gables City Hall '1ft'
v tration substation next week. If Miami Beach City Hall
you are not sure whether you :North Miami Beach City Hall
: Vli : j : 1t 'ire properly qualified, then reg- North Miami City Hall i
ister again to make sure. Many South' Miami City Hall 1
names have been taken off the Surfside Chamber of Commerce -

books for persons moving to I
new addresses, etc. Miami Springs City Hall
After July 26 Drown said voters Homestead Fire Station
may still register or change ad- Key Biscayne, 430 Hampton
dre-s at the supervisor's office, LaneA
I 118 W. Flagler St. until August residence at 10760 SW 3rd
9 when the books close. Lane

: (Cops Crack Payroll

xK.. y Bandits Ring 4

1r Two daring payrollbandit- ,
;.: d' : k
slipped through a carefully
planned trap' Monday and police
fired a hail of bullets at themin
a house-to-house chase in Ed- 5
ison Center.
Detectives who ran after the I

fleeing bandits had to s toP..
shooting to avoid hitting shop- '
e' pers In the busy area near NW
64th at. and 7th ave. f .
One of the bandits later surrendered -
but the other, who was. ,
wounded and left a trail of blood !
as he fled, escaped. A third man, I

I' -.. i ,, --- ;,. believed to be a lookout, was
picked up by police. ,
(Miami Times photographerFrank Moore, president of Bethune- D. Hall, Rev. H E. S. Reeves, The man who surrendered to ,
Johnson shot these Cookman College, At left is Mrs. Dr. I. P. Davis, Atty. S. D. police was Identified as Edward
scenes last Thursday night at the Charlotte Ford Clark, principal Weis-buch: Dr. G. T. Wiggins, D. Day of 1537 NW 69th Terr.
Bethune Memorial Birthday of Douglas Elementary School Dr. Moore, Judge L. E. Thomas, Police arrested Henry "Cheeta" 'ir
Dinner: at the Mary Elizabeth and former dean of Bethune- Dr. H. Frawklln Williams and Evans, 24, of 1354 NW 69th St., ;
Hotel. Cookman and Elliott J. Pleze, Elliott J. Picze. Standing at the near the reene and charged him
Top left, Luther L. Brooks, Times staff writer and WMBM microphone In the rear is the with being' an accomplice.
manager of the Bonded Collection news commentator.Top Rev. John E. Oulmer. Lower Less than an hour after the

Agency being presented the right shows some of theguests I photo shows a portion of the shooting, Day's wife, Llllio Mae, ... .. is........
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that attended the dinner.
McLeod Bethune table. Included guests
Mary Memorial at the speaker's I was arrested. Police said Mrs.
Medallion by Dr. Richard V, in the group are: Rev A. (See dory on page 2)). Day made a $65 monthly finance (Mrs. Ruth Colebrook Austin,
company payment on Day' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David
Cadillac with money stolen In Colebrook Sr., of 2069 NW 6th
the holdup ave., died Monday night at
I Popular Musician Drowns at Beach On Wednesday police captured Jackson Memorial Hospital following -
the third bandit. Police ientlfied o short illn as. A well
., the third man at Gerald Brown, known Mlamlan, Mrs. Austin
Grim tragedy struck Tuesday Eastern Ambulance attendants. ter WiUUms led the Rodkland 21, and said his arrest makes graduated from Booker Washington -
evening when Samuel 'Tatha" After an hour with no positive Palace '''Band: for a number of the first real dent In a ring of High School in 1941.
"Jurgers" who follow
Williams, 42, widely' known Miami results, Williams was pronounced Continued on page 98AMMIE leaving banks with sacks of people cash She Is also survived by three
musician of 1863 NW 195th dead at 8:58: by the Deputy
waiting for a chance to grab, the daughters t a ion, five brothersand
St. was drowned when he ac- Medical Examiner. money. a lister.
cidently fell off a narrow pier! 'Williams is survived by his < ,Brown signed a confession Funeral services for Mrs. Aus-
at Virginia'Key, Beach wife, Mrs. Leila Williams, three ,and implicated Day,
Eye witnesses said Williams sons: RoberV Prince and Theodore I morning '
was fishing along with Willie two daughters, Theresa I
Fenderron of 6820 NW 10th ave. and Angelia, a brother Edward HELD IN ASSAULTOF Church, under the direction of
and Miss Judy' Conklio of 1475 Wake, three sisters, Mm dames the M. S. Allen Funeral Home
NW 67th st. about 7:30 that Rhoda Culmer, Ruth Morris and 11YEAROLDGIRL with Canon Charles F. Cooper
evening. Suddenly William got Sarah Benson, two uncles, God- officiating ,
a strike, but apparently Jerked frey and William Scavella.
his fishing rod too hard and 'Funeral services for Williams Fermon Lee, 51, of 2271 NW Solemn Vespers for the dead
leaned back too far. In to doing will be held Saturday, 10 ajn. 152nd tern, was charged Thursday will be held Friday night at 8
Williams loft his balance and at Mt. Zion Baptist Church with r with the criminal assault of o'clock fraternal at the church, tollowdby
fell Into the water. the Rev. Edward T. Graham of- an 11-year-old girl paralyzed by ritei. \
Witnesses said Williams apparently ficiating. The body will ]lie In polio. He is being held In coun- The body will lie in repose at
couldn't Rim and Immediately repose at the Range Funeral ty jail and the case if expectedto the funeral home from 4 pm.
began to yell for help. ,Home from noon Friday. go to the grand jury. until 7:30 p.m. Friday. The body i
But his companions, also non- Williams was one of the most Detectives picked up -Lee in will be at her home after the ti
swimmers, stood by helpless. talented piano and organ playersIn New Liberty City, 215th it and fraternal rites until funeral
Finally, with the aid of an- the south Long-time Miam- 28th aver, two hours after the time Saturday moradnf. .
other man a life boat was put lana will remember him as the alleged attack. .
into the water and Fendersonand young pianist ;with the o n c e The girl who cannot walk
the other man paddled out famous Kaiser Marshall and his since the is paralyzed ,on her drove ;her around the northwest t
to the spot where Williams' body orchestra. Later Williams was right side and in both legs, said section parked and attacked her.
was floating. They brought the the star pianist with the once - Lee told her he would take her The glrli' parents are dead and
body ashore, and artificial respiration popular Hartley Toote and his out to get ice cream. He carried t> Lee Is an acquaintance of her
was administered by I Rockland. Palace Band. Still la "Fatha" WILUAM9 her to his car, she continued, > guardian. I '


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L. L Brooks Awarded

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Bethune Medallion"She FI

came, she saw and shE reasons for the selection of Mr. \ t L: : _
conque d." Those are only a Brooks for this award. :Dr. Richard :
few of the many highlightingword V. Moore, president of Be-
delivered last Thursday truune- night at the Flamingo! Room rented the award, and Mrs.
of the Mary Elizabeth Hotel. The Charlotte Ford Clark former
speaker was Dr Garrett T. Wig- dean of the college, read the inscription : '

gins, president of Washington on the medallion. : j '
Junior College at Penisacola. The The Yen. John E. Culmer, rector .>
occasion was the first annual of St. Agnes Episcopal :
birthday dinner commemoratingthe Church, offered the occasion.
83rd birthday of the late Dr. Judge L. E. Thomas acknowledged -
Mary McLeod Bethune, founderof telegrams and letters. Vocal to +, '7
iBethune-Cookman College., A sola were offered by Mrs. Ber-
large crowd was present to wit- tha Sharpe Jackson and Mrs. -
ness the occasion. Artie Willis Richardson.
Dr. Bethune to
A attractive portrait of
the immortal Julius Caesar, who very
Dr. Bethune was unveiled dur-
made famous the words: "I cameI
ing: the evening. Immediatelyafter
saw and I conquered, Dr.
the unveiling, the group
of the famous edu-
Wiggins said
present sang Dr. Bethunelr' fav-
cator "She into this world
: came
orite song, "Let Me Call You
83 years ago, the 15th child ina Sweetheart.
family of 17, and she came witha
A goodly sum of was
I money
desire to learn. Upon
contributed to the College by various -
arrival in Daytona Beach in the I 6 !
persons I ifro:ent. i .
year 1904, she saw what was
The Rev. Aaron D. Hall,
pas- ,
there and what was needed to tor of Ebenezer M. Church, offered -
be done. She conquered every the invocation. The Rev :
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objective which she set out to
H. E. S. Reeves pronounced the
achieve. She founded her schoolin
benediction, and Dr. Moore
1904 with $1.50, five girls, an
served master of ceremoniesfor
as t'd
untold determination and faithin the occasion.
God. Within a period of two
years the school's enrollment increased -
to 200, and today it FAMU GRAD IN Friends and well wishers i
stands as one of the leading institutions I I
joined proud members of Mt. and (North 'Dade Schools.
of higher learning in TOP GUIDED Olivette Baptist Church last| Summer Fun in

this country. Sunday in dedicating their new As a special bonus for the evening

Dr. Wiggins emphasized the MISSILE POST $80,000 chruch building and fa Safety at PoincianaThe program the Picadilly
and Bonnie Davis
cilities. Pipers played
fact that Dr. Bethune always ,boys, girls and parents
said: "What is right, is more important Tallahassee ,Major Jesse J. (The official dedication was have really been taking advan- sang. Thk event, like well many attendedand of
than who is right." He Mayes, a 1939 (graduate of Florida made by Rev. L. A. Thompson, I tage of the recreation programat the others, was
closed by explaining that Dr A&M 'University, is execu- pastor of Temple Baptist Church I Poinciana. The pupils have enjoyed by all.
Bethune died satisfied that her tive-officer of the (Nike
AJax and moderator of the Atlantic had an opportunity to pursue 'We fun
anticipating more
work would continue. "She's, Ground Guidance Branch of the
their varied interests in activi-
Coast District. The
dedicatory week of the
I during the last pro-
gone but her work will live forever Guided Missiles Department of sermon was preached by Rev. ties, such as arts and crafts, events will
gram. The special
added the prominent edu the Army Air Defense School.
cator. Edward T. Graham, pastor of sports, music and singing, storytelling include an arts and crafts exhibit -

The highlight of the occasionwas As executive officer, Major Mt. Zion Baptist Church, whose nature study, and special trips to Bethune School
the presentation of Mar y Mayes supervises 70 million dol- choir also rendered music. We took trips to Crandon Park and Dixie Pool, and a Pet

McLeod Bethune Memorial Medallion lars worth of equipment and 750 Rev. I. C. Mickins, Mt. Olivette Zoo, Dressel's Dairy, Virginia Show.

Luther L. Brooks, manager instructors and instructors- pastor, and officers and members Beach and Dixie Pool. We will be looking for you.
maintenance .
of the Bonded Collection personnel.The of the church thanked everyone Our softball teams have play-

Agency, was presented the significant school is the only sourcein who worked so hard to make ed Floral Heights, Buncne Park, S. L. Johnson, director
award for 1958, for meritorious the United States from which dedication a success The collection -
services in the field of technically trained maintenance exceeded $1,600. Mrs. E. .. -.,
business and civic enterprise. officers and men can be drawnat Espy Johnton was In charge of
Brooks was unanimously selected dedicating the church.
the present to maintain the
to receive the award because Furnished ApartmentsAS
deadly Nike guided missile air
of the many outstanding defense Visiting ministers, their choirs
contributions which he has madeto systems. and congregations held services

,the improvement of the Negro The school is operated 24 hours nightly for the two week: I LOW AS

areas of Greater Miami, and each day in order to meet the preceding the dedication. A ,
because of his ardent participation : present continental United States beautiful souvenir program $19.95 week
in Christian work. and NATO needs for trained booklet was distributed under I per
The selection was made by the maintenance men. the supervision of Mrs. Addle

Mary McLeod Bethune Memo- Sampson. I LIGHTS GAS & WATER INCLUDED
rial Committee of Miami. Ghana BOAC Shown in the picture at top
In responding to the award's are Rev. Mickins at the rostrum Select Your Own Brand New Furniture Which

presentation, Brooks was so Forming Airline with Rev. Graham seated: (/behind
overcome with the significance and members of the choir.I Become Yours

of the award and the occasion ACCRA, Ghana The gov- \Bottom panel shows the crowded
that he almost cried as he thanked ernment of Ghana and the British auditorium with the Mt. Oil- Unfurnished $14
those responi:ible for the hon Overseas Airways Corp. have vette members occupying the Apts. weekSEE

or bestowed upon him. agreed to set up a new airline to center aisle.-Photos by Johnson

Brooks credited the late Rev. be called Ghana Airways, Ltd. of Miami SAM B. SOLOMON AT
J. W. Drake, former pastor of It is scheduled to start opera
St. John Baptist Church, for inspiring tions July 16, furnishing weekly -
him in his Christian work. service between London and J. B. SMITH BONDED COLLECTION/ AGENCY
Elliott J. Pieze explained the Accra.


I Heads Bethune-Cookman I .
Electrical Contractor . '. .


"Don't CUM Call UI" Amateur Night"


; Mt1 Night or Day Nassau NightTHURSDAY

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For the best in good, home- SIR JOHN CLUBNW

3rd Ave. & 6th St. _ _
cooked meal, be sure to

visitELBOW No Admission No Cover

No Minimum Package . ?

Friday SaturdaySunday _
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Wally Futch and the

Under new management C-Major Quintette

Home-made cake &
Vanilla William . .
Fried fish Variety of meat

French fried potatoes Exotic Dancer dka,-OJ, ,

Courteous Prompt Service/ and starring .

Shown from left to right are: students are In the forefront 5994 N.W. 22nd Ave Songtres of SavannahYour
Wllllo Jackson of Jacksonville,
president' ; Ethel Bustamente, of all students'. activitieson Mrs. Arlene Broxton, Prop. Host BENNIE "KINGFISH" HARVEY

Jack.onvillecr.tar/ ), and T. L. the campus of Bethune-Cook- A9

Lowrie, Miami, vice president man College. ,


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I 'Between The Lines. I


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Welcome AlaskaMany p

years ago Benedict Col- # P'S
lege had a representative on the
road, visiting the annual meetings -
of the various religious (bod !
ies. One of these meetings con-
vened in a tidewater county and
one of its moving figures was a
minister of great learning but of
little common !tense. /He had o M d
made himself a nuisance (by his
arrogance and meticulousness in

associations! matters; in other a i I't lu ,a
word, since college graduateswere 1 At'
few in those days, he took
himself rather seriously, to the '
extent that he was quite unpop- 4 Dean Cordon B. Ha'I-I
ular with the brethren. 1

The representative from !Benedict have for their slogan "They I : t 7 r
being a man of great understanding (meaning pea.;;le of color) shall .' Yt i t V V i "
learned to make not pass" And let us ,be frankIn i/ r
good tare of the minister's !1mpagularity. this matter the Negrophobe
(In order to get a South 1. ably represented in the :
healthy \contribution' for !Benedict Congress of the United States.It e x+ e
he would always 'word his
is safe to here if the
petition in such a way that the 1 Yi .
United 'States as a whole wereas .
unpopular minister would oppose \ '
ably represented as the Ne- : +
it this opposition 'was
and once
forthcoming! the contribution grophobe South our foreign and ; -t
war' assured. domestic problems would not be
--ca so knotty. If the abilities that go
Year in and year out In this into the eternalization of the LADY'S WORLD Mrs Leon-
manner he secured '\great support Negro's !second class citizenship I Washington, wife of the pub-
for (Benedict. There was were utilized to meet our national lisher-editor, The Los Angeles THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"
often doubt if there would be emergencies, 'national
our way Sentinel, Is 'seen! chatting with
a substantial contribution 'tout at present would not ,be nearlyso Ghana's Ambassador to 'the SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1958 PAGE 3
this doubt: 'was resolved if he tedious. "The South and it" United States, Daniel A. Chap- I
could get the unpopular ministerto point of view" are ably repre- :man, third from left, on the occasion -
oppose it. Thus indirectly he sented in the Congress of these of the 20th annual convention -
often secured a support he could I I United States .and a close student of the National News-
not gain directly. His was the of the situation can always paper Publishers Association in CLEAN..CLEAN.
indirect (method. The foregoing tell which way the Negro's advantage Philadelphia Also cen watching .
illustrates this writer's acclamation -I lies /by the stand taken the Sentinel's Firs Lady
of Alaska's 'admission by the Negrophobes. It not
as may carry point are left to right
the 4tth! state of these United I i always be thus; but we suffer Robert O. Mensah, Embassy of CLEAN.
States rrhe things (thewriter/ I it to be so now. Ghana, Washington, Moss H. .

does not ''know about !Alaska will' Kcndrix, Washington, D C., '. .., _. .
There ... ,
I two emphases
are "
make book ''''
a bigger than the public relations firm head; H E. 't\ <-, "
thing he knows ;Why then is he I In One the Is Congress on the opposition of our country to- S. Reeves, editor-publisher, The r. .:\\i'
so happy over the finally- :
Miami Florida Times, and Loon :<
the other
achieved statehood of Alaaga.. ; opposition Washington.The ,
to the Negro aspiration to

It was because the Dixie Ne- full citizenship. The two emphases Moss H. Kendrix Organ- .
gropbobe /bloc fought it so rtub- posit a division in the nation ization was hosts at a reception \<
bornly. I was finally convinced that is dangerous to the Negro immediately prior to the NNPA's b .. ::t'':' ,
that there must have been and to the nation (Welcome International dinner which fea-
something in Alaska's state- Alaska tured address by Ambassador
hood that had some remote advantage Chapman at Philadelphia's Hotel
to the Negroes of this TO STUDY Benjamin Franklin location of 43NI
country. 'Like !Benedict's representative the publishers convention
'I arrived 'at an appraisal .
of the matter by Indirec WEST AFRICANew 2,270 ATTEND
tion. The fact the (Negrophobes in

Congress opposed the (statehood York To learn about ,FAMU SUMMER
of (Alaska, was a good reason education In West African coun- SESSION
why it 'had ny support and favor tries at first hand, Dr. Rufus E

So long as Alaska is found In Clement president of Atlanta Tallahassee A record 2,270
the northern latitudes, there Is University, railed with Mrs. summer session students are in
alway the possibility that in its Clement on the Italian Line's SS attendance at Florida A&M University
congressional voting it may be Vulcania July 10 according to Rcgistmr ,
generally aligned with the North Debarking at Lisbon Dr and E. M. Thorpe. Prior to the closeof i f
and West and East against the Mrs Clement will fly to Africa school in August the enrollment ]- ,. / Ili "1 Xs y y'dt
South There could hardly be a to tour Liberia, Ghana Sierra is expected to reach more
more certain criterion of how Leone and Nigeria. They plan to than 2,500 as several workshopsare r /
the Negroes' sympathies should return to Atlanta Oct. 1. scheduled that will .attract .,
lie than this selfsame stand tak- The first Negro to win a ma- some 250 additional students. 1t *
en by the Negrophobes of Dixie. jor office In the city since post. Of the 2,270. students, 986 .are r.
Whatever they favor is usually Civil War Reconstruction Days, enrolled in the school of gradu-
against the Negro's Interest and Dr. Clement was elected to Atlanta's -
ate studies and 1,284 in the undergraduate -
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whatever they oppose is generally board of education by a units.A r : K
of advantage to the Negro. wide majority in 1933. He was further breakdown disclose YY : I

And so this 'writer gets his cue re-elected in 19 7. that 927 students are residing In'' .. .to.
from the Negrophobes( in Con campus residences and ,343 inoffcampus
gress. housing. Eight hun- That's the taste you get
ELNORASUNDRIES dred and eighty-one. male stu- I'
when nnsW1t..A"N
you your (
If they oppose civil rights, the dent are enrolled and 1,389 women -
writer favors such nights. If students arc in attendanceEXCURSION Tom Collins with clean.tatting '" .,
they oppose the NAACP the
writer favors it. If they oppose Headquarters for your Dl
te statehood of Alaska the writer I MIAMI TIMES If you live out FLEISCHMANN'SGIN nM Y9TiLL161).GIN
favors it; hence our welcome Brownsville way
Alaska to the comity of the WOMEN'S AND MEN'S HOSE TO NASSAUon
states of the Union. WE SERVE $2.55' a- ? ,
luxurious cruise shipM
What .is aid here about Alas Foremost Ice Cream FLORIDA Pint
ka may be said concerning the i
Phone NE 4-9441 AMERICAN GRAIN ..4cD
proposed statehood of Hawaii. DISTILLED FROM e
Round Trip The Negrophobes in Congress are THE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING v
4338 N.W. 27th Are. (lower deck) > 3e7 PROOF
stubbornly opposing the proposed j CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY F
statehood of Hawaii for Hawaiians J. PINCHER Mgr. Plue $285 tax
are people of color and indf
the Negrophobes In Congress Promenade deck $40.00
Leave Miami Aug. 1 5 p.m.

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STAR MEAT MARKET Attend the Bahamas State
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Nassau Aug. 3 to 6 Distributors for . .

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9BP '" '" cordially welcomed ale and Fixtures by
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special guests

Pr North's Travel Bureau W. REEVES, Owner

Fresh Meat Low Prices 1104 N.W. 3rd Ave. 6500 N.W. 15th Ave. PL 78991I

Phone Fr 9-6779



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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1958 school supported by his tax funds, if he cares when to? he is again, Looks, While like trouble we dp in have the East fIRe

Wiy should he fce prevented from voting speech, now don't let us all tell
qualified the same as any other citIzen? the President and his cabinet
When you think about it seriously, it seems to be a how to run this thing. Give them

disgrace that Negroes must fight every step of the way a chance. They have enough
their hands
trouble on withoutour
for their rights as American citizens, (not that we recasting butting in.
$If1tyi) i" aspersions) while people from other countries,

mt : : mailing
with arms.
to :postage has been postponed to
should be grateful
TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ELLIS We think, Mr. McGregor, you October 31. The penalty was
"The Times Are Changed And We Are Changed With Them" be a member of the Methodist Church, which, thank God, really in effect from July 1.i .
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Office at 1112 N.W. Third Avenue, Miami, Florida-Phone FR 3.2236 Negro has very little he did not fight for. If he you have not registered

Plant at 6740 N.W 15th Avenue-Phone PL 4.6128 is to exist he will, and he must fight for the rights he please do so. Why should It be
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blame him, necessary to hound you about
entered as Second Clan Matter. August 9, 1927, at the Post Office at knows are his. How reasonable people can vote? Don't you read, look at TV
Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 passes our understanding.THE and listen to the radio? We
know you do. But what we don't
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor HOUSING BILL think you do know is: The Im-
GARTH C. REEVES Associate Editor and Business Manager portance' of Registering and

Coming before the Senate this week was the HousingBill Catsing Your Vote.
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association We know how important It is,
which undoubtedly is a important measure.
Member of the Associated Negro Press
That is the only reason we hound
In this connection we sent Senator George Smathers a

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: telegram asking his support of this Bill. you.

ONE YEAR $400 SIX MONTHS $2.50 THREE MONTHS $1.50 The following is the reply we received from Senator There Is talk about a networkof
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"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"THE Smathers on Tuesday: 10 cent tunnels for, or thru
Henry Reeves Editor Miami Times Miami. The big thing is whetherthe
NEGRO PRESS believes that ,
America can best lead the world project can be financed or
from racial and national antaglonlsms when It accords to every man Miami, Florida not. County Commissioners
regardless of race, color or creed, his human and legal rights. Hatingno "Glad to tell you Housing Bill passed Senate. Was Ralph Fossey and John! McLoud

!man fearing no man-the Negro Press strives to help every man happy to give it my support. Am transmitting copy of have gone to New York seeking
in the firm belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. Congressional Record so that you will see effect of $45 million to do the job.

Amendments adopted. Basically, it is a good Bill. Regards
If you didn't deposit y 1.0'U ,
YE EDITOR'S George money in the bank, don't Jry,' to,',.
NOTEBOOKy; '. -,.* Under this Bill Miami might get up to 1,000 units of.Id'w get anybody else's, you are sureto .I
Suspicion always haunts the guilty mind.-8h kespear.r* ***;. <. cost housing, and provision is made for families who be caught sometime, then
may be displaced through government action. what? Maybe you don't mind
WELFARE AND SURPLUS FOODSIf The maximum insurable loan has been increased joining the chain gang. Do you?

you read Jack Kofoed's column In last Saturday's from $9,000 to $10,000 in normal cost areas and from The County's School Projecton

Miami Herald, telling of a Negro who was in financial $10,000 to $12,000 in high cost areas for single family Channel 2, was given a check

difficulties because of a sick wife, you must have at least housing insured under FHA section 221. for $89,000 from the Ford Foun-
sympathetic.. Because displaced families will probably be in the dation on Wednesday. That will

This man had a job, but he had quit in order to take low income group as the Urban Renewal program progresses be a big help.HARLEM.

care of his wife. mortgage ceiling has been placed at $10,000 and

The_ welfare organizations seemingly could not help.I $12,000 for their benefit. SQUARE

Mr. Kotoed mentioned the billions of dollars worth .hhUhuuuuuuuh.......-...................._...............................NNNIINNIN/I..................
of surplus food our has SWEET SHOPA
government much of which goesoverse
s to help needy people in other lands, but none JUST BROWSIN'/ FULL LINE OF GROCERIES

must be used to help hungry Americans.He COLD CUTS COSMETICS
asks, "What's wrong with welfare?"

Certainly we cannot answer that question, but we PAUL R. HENRY 208 N.W. 10th St

do know that something is very wrong when happenings /IINN INNNI I N I....INN I..................II INNNI
like this occur. LOTS FOR SALE
The Federal Citizens of the community may let for Florida first highway
send some food stuff view the educational offered Term
program tunnel under the new river at Easy
to help needy farm workers who were idle because of by the Evening Division of I Fort Lauderdale at a cost of Build on your lot
flood conditions not very long ago. But is it only under the Northwestern Senior High I 6492432. More about this pro or mine
such conditions? (school lunches is possible because of School. The program Which will ject in our next issue. We take
Federal help) that this surplus food can be released ? employ the combined talents of care of financingNO
faculty and students, can be seen I MONEY DOWN
It seems to us that a good idea would be to release
on Channel 10 WPST Monday, Fishing at Big Pine Key on
quantities of this food to welfare agencies in every state. July 21 at 11:30: am. Wednesday were Dennis Smith,' Cash paid for your lots orborne

It would not only fill a great need, but it would save tax- Dave Wynn Willie Littles

payers the thousands of dollars paid daily for storage of Charles North and H. E. S i I' Baron JE 8-1340
this surplus food. It was interracial and the program Reeves. Several snappers, grouper ,
which included presentinga yellow tails and grunts were
There are a plenty of poor people in every state, in plaque to Realtor Luther brought in. A long ride, but a
the union. Some might even be in Alaska! Brooks, veteran businessman in good outing.

We are not opposed to helping people overseas, but the Miami Negro section, was Dennis Smith has a fine look
for goodness sake, why neglect Americans, when there really enjoyable. ing boat and he is really is plenty for everybody. This fishing, both fresh water and
week the Atlantic Coast '
Barber Wanted
salt water.' Littles boasts of his: '
Baptist Association, Rev. L. A.
as being not a bit behind
NOT so, MR. MCGREGOR Thompson, moderator, holds its any boat the fellows are Apply
27th annual convention in Miami)
We read with interest using today. Believe us, we are
certain remarks made about with the new Mt. Olivette Bap- really becoming "boat conscious."I ARTISTICBARBER
integration at a Methodist Laymen's Association. in Ala. tist Church, as host.
bama on Wednesday. SHOP
The San Francisco Giants are In Cuba, Rebel General Cas
The speaker, A..II. McGregor, a Miami businessman now as.aned of a new $15,000.- tro seems to be having ani 1 c e 910 N.W. 2nd Ave.
unknown to us, warned that the time entertaining the
goal of the Negro 000 stadium. Work is to begin* 29 Americans
is "intermarriage with bus and school integration as in a few weeks time. Not so with he held captive and they Joseph Reed .
stepping stones." the Los Angeles Dodgers. Theyare seem to be enjoying themselves. Prop.A9
Among other things this Methodist itill not sure of getting theft Castro releases them four or fivE
Layman said
: proposed new stadium for a at a time.Teenage.
"Communists failed first to win over the Negro to while yet. There are legal difficulties -
their doctrines and then turned their attention to convincing ahead. - - -

} the Negro he had been deprived of his rights.
"The move to stop this infiltration must come from This is news but very bad
the pews, he declared, "It'll take more than praying news. One of Miami's ofay police I k *

You've got to get to work." men three on fires Tuesday in the admitted downtown setting: area.
'L- ;
"Preachers have been brainwashed and suddenly the That's all folks. : i
Methodist hierarchy has decided that segregation is a sin. F 1'may
"I don't think it is. I believe the sin is the Negro goal So the Miami Marlins are now .
in fourth place. Let's hope the
with bus and school "
as stepping stones. club keeps climbing maybe
' and
k' Now, Mr. McGregor, reasonable, or we must con.' make second place.

elude that you certainly know very little indeed about Pocketbook
the Negro and his history; if you will condescend to get matching and
some information will stealing in general is on the increaser -
you probably be enlightened, and but the culprits being
are -
change your' mind about the Negro's goal being "Inter. caught. Let's hope they go

marriage.! on a very extended vacation, .h
Intermarriage, my dear man, in our opinion, is an even though Florida will have to + 4s
individualistic matter at best, and whether we have integration pay the bill. We give our share .

or not, if two individuals decide to get married, gladly.

' regardless of race, that is their business. Would you, because Let's congratulate our friend, i
of such a union, decide that that is what a whole Mr. Edward Wake who won sec-
race of people wants? ond prize in the Daily News'

Have you lived in cities outside the South, where Tangle-town." n,, ___.... __Contest.. ........The_. prize. ,: % 1.
*4,iuvcu: n ana a ipoo unevroiei.' -----
intermarriage is allowed? If you have, how many of Gee, that was worthwhile word DancesThe Park to Grand Ave. Park io Co-
these marriages do you know of? ing for.What's. conut Grove to Liberty Square
Believe me, sir, Negroes are not as interested in intermarriage by the City of dances Miami sponsored and the Auditorium and to Bayfront
as much as you think. wrong with the world? Miami Northwest Junior Cham- Park auditorium.
Negroes are interested in securing and exercising In Troy, Pa., on Wednesday, a ber, of Commerce begin next Supervisors will be provided
their the 19-year-old father was arrested Saturday, July 26 8 for the dances by the Jaycees
rights same as any other American citizen, no for the murder of his three ie Park Auditorium 340 and playground workers of the
matter what color
they be. '
daughters, ages three two various
years, 13th st. Music will be provided parks.
Why should ,a Negro be made to ride in a particularseat years and five months. They by Kiah' Brown and Sambo Har- All teenagers are Invited to
on a bus or other vehicles, when he has paid the were shot to death at their home rison bands. participate.
same fare as anybody else? while the mother was out. The dances will be held each Co-chairmen Frank> Ross and

Why should he not be Allowed to attend any public On Wednesday Saturday night through October Louis Portlock check over the
a contract was,18 and will rotate from Dixie contract with the band leaders.

I I I . . I " r . . . . -- . . . . . I l' NW 24th ave., Brownsville, was
Anthony Armstrong Surprise Party
the scene: of a surprise birthday
I Wins Children's For Mrs. E. LindseyThe party on Monday night, July 14
Freedom's RoadBy
Along given in honor of Mrs. Ernestine
ContestAnnual beautiful home of Mr. Lindsey. The party, a lively and
.and. Mrs. Nat Robinson, 4990 delightful affair, was tcpdetfed
RUTH PERRY Children Contest, the giuest-of-honor by !her hus-

__I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 sponsored by the Daughter Elks band, Gnady.

"Waitinguntil the people are ertia or apathy, perhaps becausethe of Liberty Temple No. 724, held Gladys Donald Phillips Smith! ,won sponsored fifth prize.,by Dt !Mrs. Lindsey, sister of Mr.
ready," "moderation" and "grad majority of people in the Tuesday night, July 15 was very The Daughters take this meth- Robinson, joins with her hus
ualism" are increasingly becom- south hesitated upon the brinkof successful. Anthony Portia! Bannister trong, od to thank Dt. Marie White, band, brother, other relativesand
ing bywords of Southern, politicians starting such a major: change, sponsored by Dt. : bank- deputy for sponsoring this con- .frends in thanking' guests i
and the small won first prize, a $23 for lovely gifts presented
spokesmen for groups of the "hardcore"segregatfonists test and the many friends for many
status quo in the south. I would began to band together account Thelia; second Sandiland prize ,way sponsored wonby their support. Mrs. Ann Donald during a pleasant birthday
take no stock in these catchphrases and call themselves
Mrs. Luvertie Hanna from The occasion
and evening.
'by Dt. Constance Sandiland; 3rd was a
except for their influ- White Citizens Councils and
I prize 'by Myrna Copeland, sponsored ; Washington were special guestsat memorable one and proved to bea
ence in one large area. The mere' other related names. Southern the contest. They are rela-
fact of repetition, over and over, ; politicians:: did not help mattersbut Dickerson by Dt.Jr.,Ferguson sponsored; Clarence by Dt. tives of Dt. Bannister, visiting happy surprise for the win-
of these phrases might influencea rather in many instances,I here. some celebrant.
Culmer fourth prize, and
section of southerners who became members of these "die- won
otherwise might be hesitating hard" groups. Other, influential .
over the right road to take regarding southerners ,began to talk about t
their thinking about de gradualism, moderation and lhlt t;
segregation. "waiting until the people are ,'

READY IN 1958 E":

....It Is the thinking of man/ liberal ...Now. in 1958, where does the 2t
people both In the Northas majority stand, and what does ONCE A YEAR
the majority of southerners
well as in the South that
some people will never "be think about desegregation? Have I t.
ready" for desegregation I believe they made a complete about- .
this happens whenever a face and do they now want to
major sociological change takes : follow the hard-core segregationists I
; ? Or doe the majoritystill ;
place. A few people are not :
equipped to cope with change; believe in the law of the k
resist it land, the dignity and power of
they frantically, and
when it finally comes, accept it I the U. S. Su.reme Court and a .t .
...'11', noie'
just solution to the problem?
very grudgingly and with great .
reluctance In the South we SOUTHERNERS ARE .11I! "
might call this group of people I =
the "hard-core" tegr at1on1tts. AMERICANS TOOIt
This group is going to resist I !
is hard to believe that the I=
change no matter when It comes '
-now, tomorrow or In fifty majority of southerners would
; .
years.It want anything other than a K '
peaceful change which would
is fortunate for democratic give their Negro fellow citizen I
progress that this group of peopleis rights and privileges guaranteedthem I THE
comparatively small as com- under the U. S. Constitu' 111111
pared with the majority of people tion. But if this majority feels :IK
who are law-abiding, progressiveand this way, It Is their responsibility
truly American in their to speak above the loud voicesof
thinking and actions. On the the segregationists and politician Iii
other hand, it is unfortunate that ?, and make their wishes RIMU TAILOR
politicians can sway and influ- known To feel this way and not ;
ence some 'of the people in this to speak out, in 1958, is to be
majority group, although basi- either apathetic, undemocratic or
cally this group will accept afraid. It is true that custom and
i !
change even though it means mores are cords that bind a :: "fit For A King"2ti
giving up the status quo. community and a section of the
country tightly together.

IN 1954 But customs and habits of living "=; 919 N.W. 2nd Avenue
When the Supreme Court decision that are undemocratic and
was handed down in 1954, un-American must be changed 11 Jt .
there was general acceptance of our country Is to survive 1m this MIAMI 36 FLORIDA PHONE FR 4-7185
it because it was the law of the rapidly changing world. Being a; JU3 ,
land. Response to the decision, Southerner does not dissociate!
while not overly enthusiastic, one from the larger responsibility. kz1t
could be phrased as follows: j I of being an American. Rather,
"While it is going to be difficult I today, Southerners now have the! If"
to give up our way of living and opportunity: to prove that the j ': GROUP 1
our customs and mores, since the ; principles and ideals of democracy 1f1t
i ultJ
Supreme Court has handed down
this decision concerning education I I, are still as strong and imperishable
we are going to try to accept ais they were in the !:ltJ i SUITS
it and work toward a early days of our Republic. The ;
peaceful, just solution of t h i s I choice is theirs. :
major sociological change. We ''uU
must begin planning for t hI. ; '

change These at sentiments once." were not NEED MONEY? s lid:i s* Buy One, Get Two H! i

pulled from the thin air. They .i I Then Hurry to The 1t
are opinions that were started =
in similar phrases in newspapers, I Jamaica Candle ShopAt i 2t.iu.
heard on the radio and read in FOR EXAMPLE: '
magazines all over the south- 6664 N.W. 15th Ave. f
immediately after the decision in : t

1054. But what happened? I Where weekly hundreds from the are Jamaica being Blessed helped ;ui Buy a suit for $45.00, King will give you a second suit .

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More Civil l Service .,, .
\ I SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1958 PAGE 7

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Job Openings Here r1jr time.

Broward !Have you registered? Dania
Civic Club invites all citizens
The Vocational Services Department Send applications to the Cen- County who have not registered to do so.
of the Greater Miami tral Board of U. S. Civil Service These are days when you can-
Urban League is interested in Examiners, Veterans' Administration NewsBy not afford to be careless about
getting the Negroes to take the Washington, D. C. Announce k your registration. A voteless
County, City and Federal Ser- ment 1641B.PHYSICIST. % 3 people, is con Ldered as a hopeless -
vice examinations. For detail information people. ;\
regarding Civil Ser-
vice jobs contact the Urban GS-5 through GS-15, $4,490 to Walter Bow
League located at 395 NW FirstSt. $12,770. Hallandale and West Holly-
wood Beauticians Unit No. 36
., or call FR 1-6476. Requirements: A full four
year of will meet at the home of Mrs.
All applicants for Dade County course In an accredited college ox The C. W. H. Chamber
\ Ruby Carey, Hallandale on Wed-
the homeof
will meet
positions must apply in personat university or in a non-accredited Hi Commerce MOO South- nesday, July 23. Please be pres-
O'Neal Johnson,
Dade County Personnel office institution leading to a bachelor's ent
we are making arrangements *
2600 W. Flagler St., Miami. degree. Major courses in physics west 20th St., Carver Ranches All on for our picnic, and would
AU applicants must have been totaling at least 24 semester hours. Monday night at 8:30: pm. like to see all members
legal residents of the State of members should be present.

Florida for 24 months prior to Duties: Collection, examinationand Mrs. Fannie Williams is pre-i-

date of examination unless a inerpretation of scientific Starlight Lo a No. 542 will dent.
waiver of this rule is made when data and require a working pro- the
18 at
Friday July
meet on ,
qualified residents are not avail' fessional knowledge of the laws, Mrs. Alaine Waldon of the Masonic Temple. All membersare I !Don't forget to send your
able. principles and concepts of physics news to Walter Bowe not later
Blossom Beauticians and on
asked to be present
and the ability to apply them in
Proof of residence than Tuesday morning
age, the laboratory. Association of Florida, which will . . .
vet era n s' status and -- ---- ----- ------
be host to the 39th annual con-
where indicated, proof of citizenship MATHEMATICIANGS5 vention of the National Beauty
The Chamber of Commerce and
: and chauffeur's license through GS-15, $4,490to Culturlsts' League, Inc., and the ident; Mrs. Bertha Perry, Mi- Ladies Auxiliary of Carver Ran-
must be shown at time of appli $12,770. National Institute of Cosmetology ami, in charge of the Artist Bu- :
ches wish to thank all
cation. which meets in Miami July' reau; Mrs. Elizabeth Mawnor, St. persons
who contributed to the Fourth of
Requirements: A full four year 28, through August 7 of this Peter.burgh, financial \secretary;
ENGINEERING DRAFTSMAN I course in an accredited collegeor year Mrj. Waldon has headed Mrs. Cosine Ellis, Palatka, trea- July picnic which was held at the
(male) university leading to a bache- the state beauticians .group for surer; D. A. Julius, Miami, state Park: Mr. Mitchell, Mrs. Stevens,
Closing date: July 22, 1953. lor's .. I Mr. Riley, Mr. Black, Bill's Inn,
degree. Major courjs* in more than 12 years. advisor, and Mrs. Louise Riley,
Jack's Bar and J. B. McReddlng.
Age: 21-55 mathematics ,
totaling at least 24 Miami, recording secretary. I
Salary: $362 $460 per month semester hours. At the present time, Mrs Weldon We thank you very much.
Requirements: High school is working hard along with I Mr. Florence AH, a very conscientious -
graduate with two years of full Dutio z Mahematical research, the rest of the convention committee worker In the state of Car-
SOS: To all democrats
time experience in topographicor bathe,nutical analysis+ of obser- in order to make the association, from Pompano Beach and
Ranches West
architectural drafting. Writ- vational data, computation of coming event the greatest In will spearhead the entertainingof ver Hollywood
will be
ten examination' will measure: scientific tables, adapting mathematical the history of the organization.I a large number of the dele- vicinity at there Hill Commercial a political Hall
meeting ,
applicants intelligence, and projects to solution by She extend, a special invitationto gates and visitors to the' con- Pembroke Road 20
Sunday ,
,Knowledge of principals, tech- high speed automatic electronic all beauticians and others who vention in Broward County, prior -
from 3 to 6 All please
niques and instruments of engineering computing machinery, and the are planning to come' to Miami. to the opening date. bebe pm.Refreshments.perons The
drawing. writing of scientific reports.No Mrs. Waldon, who's office is located present.
Association Is meeting Is being sponsored by
at 901 5th St., West Palm The State com-
POSTING MACHINE OPERATOR written test required for Beach, will arrive in Miami a i posed of more than: 2,000 members City Club of South Broward, Inc
I (female) the two positions listed above. few days before the convention many of whom will cometo Mrs. Erne.t Valdez is financial

Salary: $212 $270 per month Applicants qualifications will be opt us and: will racism until sev- Miami for the convention. secretary.
Closing date: July 23. rated on a scale of 100 and will era days utter the meetingshave
Age: 18-45. be judged from a review of theIr ended

Requirements: Hight school) experience, education and train-
ing. Amii other off a ': of the
graduate with major work In
state association are: Mrs. Mar-
commercial business course. Applications and announcements ion Muldrow, Miami, second vicere
Experience in posting machine may be obtained from local '. ident; Mrs. Catherine Ross, DO YOU KNOW.
oeration: is desirable Exam will post office or U S. Civil Ser- Tampa, first vice president and' .
measure the applicants ability to vice Commission, Wai.ihington, inspector of district 2; Mrs. Gir-'
acquire new knowledge and DC tna Uoule, Ocala, 3rd vice presWiU -
skills, elementary knowledge of Gin is smooth
bookkeeping principles and the Gordon's so :

ability to make numerical com-

Board putations.City announces of Miami an Civil open Service com- Build On Your Lot you can enjoy it straight ?

petitive examination, for July 30,
for the following position:

RKJHT-OF-WAY AGENT With m DOWN PAYMENTOr , Another good reason

Closing date: Noon, July 23. why GORDON'S
Salary: $335 per month
Requirements: Four years college with small down payment
with degree in liberal arts, Is America'sbestselling

sciences, engineering, law or business -
administration, plus five ----. ?; 11'I' gin I

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years work, including, but not limited, Five bedrooms with two baths $11,640

to property and building appraising -

buying, selling, acreage plat- Three bedrooms with one bath $9,720
ting, leasing, contracting, closingand

Age other: 30-58 related Vrork. Three bedrooms with one bath $8,000

The U S. Civil Service Commis- NOW. ..
sion has announced examinations: Two bedrooms with one bath $7,200All

for the following positions: GREATER
Education Research and Pro with tile roof and hardwood floors ,
gram Specialist I 0011 '0
Salary: $5,440 to $11,610, for THAN
positions located in the U S. Office DISTI
of Education in Washingtonand We also have five CBS homes at Goulds for tale on A ED EVER
throughout the U. S. I
Send applications to the Boardof lots 81x124 ft. We also have 17 lots 81x124 ft., will LoGiMDr VALUE!
U. S. Civil Service Examiner,
Office of Education, Departmentof build to suit. These homes will be shown by appoint. nnuietomorwiuer snuincawnu nu

Health, Education and Welfare,'I

Wa.hington 25, D. C. Announce- ment. ... ...: .INfMW -
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Salary: $3,670 to $5,440 for positions rUSJUAND
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.. = ::: Hanna will return to Miami ic
about a month, where she will
Personal Mention continue her vacation. Thin! is
Mrs. f anna's first trip to Miami
: : :
In several years, and Miss Han.
Mrs Jennie Thurston returnedthis na's flirt visit to Miami

ciJ i P'' r41 to week Key from West. a threeweekvisit The Carlton Flnleys were hosts

last Friday night to( a patio party -
Mrs. Cecilia Smith of Ft. in their beautiful Liberty City
Pierce, is in the city visiting her hcme at 2301 NW 65th st.
daughter Mrs. Julia Clarke Guests of honor at the party
wife of the Rev. Elisha Clarke, were a group from Nassau: who
vicar of the Church of the In- came over for the Thursday
carnation. wedding of customs officer Roderick
Turnquest of Nassau.
Northwestern High School The group included Magistrate

DCT coordinator, Dan Francis, Maxwell Thompson, Hon. Gerald .
k convalescing at his Liberty Ca.h, Atty. Orville Turn-
City home after having to leave I quest, Will Gibson, II a r old
summer school in New York I Munnings, Luther Burroughs,
City. Mr. Francis suffered a Cleveland and James Rogers,

. brain infection while in New I Miss Thelma Campbell, Austin
York and spent eight days in the Grant and Basil Sands.

Medical Center there. After his Delicious barbecue beef ribs,
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WORKSHOPSUCCESSFUL THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper"PAGE Eastern Airlines. Mrs. Francis the menu.
returned in the family car after
her brother from St. Petersburg MAN 82
came to New York to drive her

Pictured in front of the Rhodes -- her back ,body of an 82yearoldman
Memorial Library, BeUiune- was found floating Thurs-
Cookman College are the 81 par- Wheatley School NoticeYou I The Oliver Pages returned day in Equipment Lake, 340 San
ticipants of the Third Annual this week from a 10-day vacat'n -I Lorenro, Coral Gables.
Parent Teacher Leadereshlp are cordially invited to t : at the Olympia Hotel Gables Detective D, A. Cler-
Workshop. At were the two pre- Summer ProgramOn attend the 12th anniversary pro-I in While there the mont said that Caesar Wynn, of
ceeding Workshops, this, too, gram of the Liberty Saving Pages rented a car and toured 141 Florida Ave. apparently
was Jointly nwnsored by the Fla Monday evening, July 21, Sunday, July 20 at 3:30 p.m. at I every sightseeing landmark on I drowned.BROOK'S.
of Colored Parents and at 7:30: p.m. there will be an exhibit St. Matthew Baptist Church, 361, the Island.
Congress of crafts, made by the I
Bethune-Cookman Col NW 17th St.Most.
and the Florida State Department children of the Summer Recre- Mr. and Mrs. James Nunn and
lege, of Education. Mrs ational program at Phyllis six children of Detroit, are

Florence Lovell Small, workshop Wheatley School. Your presence Beautiful i pending two weeks in the cityas Beauty Salon
and encouragement are urgently house I
director, is thown In the guests of Mrs. Nunn's
District requested. Come out and partici- parents, the Vincent O'Briens of'
the front row.
center of director Folco
l pate in the activities child- According to Complete Beauty
accounted for nearly one half your 1890 NW 62nd Terr. Mn:. Nunn I
r 10 membershipwith ren have enjoyed for six weeks. Qjllici, the beauty queens of Is the former Enid Faircloth of Service
of the workshop France, Italy and the Americas
Dade County participants Don't forget the time, Monday aren't even in the ;ame league this city. I Telephone FR 9.6886
totaling 43 per cent. July 21 at 7:30: to 8:30: p.m.r with the exotic native dancers of i i
Mrs. Alice G
Oceania featured in "The Last I 2993
Res. NE 5.5704
The workshop theme: "Open- NW 50th St, left July 14 for
Paradise which
Avenues to Understanding opens I New York
ing to visit her two
Cooperative School Services" was Aidart the Films Capitol release.Theatre through daughters, Viola and Patricia 447 N.W. 20th St.

introduced on Sunday afternoonby Before returning home she will WINIFRED BROOKS, Prop.
Dr. Gilbert L. Porter, execu- visit relative: in Philadelphia
tive secretary, Florida Slats and Jersey City. -
Teachers Association. Dr. D. E. NEW

Williams of the State Department PHONE NUMBER Arthur (Son) Jenkins is at
of Education opened the home suffering from a broken WHY 3E SICK?
first exploration of the theme on FR 9-6779 hand sustained while working on ;
Monday morning. His remarks! his job( as a gardner and tree re- Examination of your Per.
were based on some of the mover. tonal Ailment plus examination
things that parents want to know NORTH'STRAVEL of heart, )lungs,

and have a right to know about BUREAU Mrs Annie Hanna of Nassau, stomach, liver, gall bladder
schools and school tervices. The the mother of Fred Hanna of rectal prostrate,
second exploration of the theme 1104 N.W. 3rd Ave. Station WMBM, arrived in Miami nerve reflexes, blood pres.
I was made by Dr. Hubert W. on Sunday on an extended sure and urinalysis, In.
Hurt using the kinds of cooperative { -- .... .- vacation trip. Mrs. Hanna eluding x-ray at Indicated.
activities that parents can trc accompanied by her grand- FREE CONSULTATION
assist in at the school. He stress- ; daughter, Miss Mar y Hanna, Clip and bring this adl!
ed the Human Relation, mental A ; b)9 ) also of Naiaau, and a niece of Treatment for blood,
and emotional health angles in ) Fred Hanna. While in Miami the skin or urinary disease,
his discussion. Cooperative> pro- MODERNBarber Mannas are the house guests of pile, rectal, stomach
cesses ncce:sary to improve the s N 3 Mr. and Mrs. Hanna who live at' trouble, prostrate gland
behavior of pupils was the topio' ... .. .I1.j Shop"If 3676 SW 27th st. in "Sweeting trouble, backache, rheumatism
used by Mrs. Elizabeth Espy Luscious Suzy Parker Is featured Town", Coconut Grove. nervousness, I low
Johnson for the final expiration in "Ten l North Frederick" tell vitality, ulcer, hormone deficiency -
of the theme on Wednesday Twentieth Century-Fox's Cine- we please you, Mrs Hanna left on Wedne- lost vigor, arthritis .
morning maScope production of John 0' others; if not tell us." day on an additional trip to New and chronic disease.

The workshop closed with a llara's novel starting Sunday at York City, where she will visit New Location
program arranged for the regu- the LibCity Drhre-ln Theatre. PHONE FR 9.9496 another son, Arthur, of Lon g SOUTHERN 2847 CLINIC
Island Coral
and a daughter Way
lar school Mrs
summer assembly on
The film also :stars Gary Cooper Dorothy Lilly of Broklyn. Hours. : 105. Closed Wed.
Wednesday at noon. The summary 814 N.W. 2nd Ave.A9 Mrs
and Diane Varsi and was and Thurs.MUTUAL. .
report of Evaluation of the
produced by Charles Bracloett
4 workshop was given as a part of
and directed! by Phillip Dunne.ASTHMATICS ----- --
the ,program. Presentations were
made to the workshop director, ...._w -
Mrs. Small, and to the dean of -- -- - -- - MUSICmusic 1 I IItAtMaI

women, Mr Banks, whose vrrI. ..
Who's Who In the Workshop wasa SHORTY'SSea
daily feature of the General fQIJ'JIJlJ
Assembly.The Want simple, effective relief from
choking, racking bronchial seth Food MarketYOU INC.
workshop was honored matlc spasms Get genuine rQt''J/
with the presence of the National Breatheaey see what you'vebeen BUY 'EM
President of the MUSIC STOCK FUND, IMC.
Congress of missing! There's no ubitl-
Colored Parents and Teachers, tute for original Breatheaiy Inhalant WE FRY 'EM fQt'I'J
MM. Ethel KIght of LaGrange, and nebulizing set. Get with Tee Jay
Ga. Mrs KIght attended the final comfort by breathing! Guaran ELECTIVE FUND''HCefQJtWWI'J,
workshop meeting and thankedthe teed.J. Fish and Chicken Rockin' Rogers
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l 0i| Stanley Suieetwi'' 37-year-old Perrine man DISPUTE
shot the heart
A was through by I
t' I his sobbing wife Thursday night I The Metro riot squad was
It'. My Town! Mae Haley, sister of "Moon" after he beat her during a family called Into action Thursday to
0 GRAVEL VOICED ED COOK Haley of the Booker T. Wash. quarrel, Metro homicide inves- check threatened labor violence
former WMBM ace rock 'n roll ington high school athletic staff, tigators said. at the construction site of a
disc Jockey, now vowing 'em up and four other schoolmates from The death of Curlan Mlddel- large housing subdivision in
will leave that ton of 10425 SW 173rd St., was Perrine.
in Louisville, Ky., Jacksonville, passed thru our
spot for a return permanent assignment village Monday from D u vat ruled a justifiable homicide by Plaster Tenders Local 635
with Miami WFEC, a County enroute to Nassau in Judge Sylvester Adair. composed mostly of N e g r.o
Herb Schoor interest. search of the island's traditional workers, went out on strike
"pink pearl." w'w Musician Drowns Monday following the collapse ot
* HAROLD (King Fish) FER. i negotiations ,for a new contract.
GUSON, veteran Afro-American I IT AN Ironic twist, the Continued from page 1 The union did not Immediatelyput

Insurance agent, took a flight deaths of Ruth Colebrook Austinon years. At that time the band was up pickets but went about
over, to Nassau Thursday' morn- Monday and Sammy (Fatha) popularly known as Samlmy Wil- telling other workers to lay
ing on a weekend Jaunt. Fergu Williams on Tuesday. Both deceased liams and his Rockland Palace down their tools. This apparently -
son's wife, Lillian, is down from Miamians were childhood Dictators.In Irked the contractors who
Chicago on an extended: vaca- !.:laymates, and were long-time recent years, Williams op- charged the strikers with violence -
tion. neighbors living but a few houses erated a successful grocery busi- vandalism and coercion: ,
apart. Twelve hours separatedtheir ness at 2100 Lincoln St. in Opa and with threatening the life of
* THE Ministerial Alliance Is departure. Locka. Only recently, he leased nonstrikers.Two .
in recess until September, but his business to another party. workers who refused to
even members of the group O AMERICA'S "Grand Old Civde Kfll rCC\? Williams was currently appearing leave the Job with Quality Plastering -
$ Trtaeiy known 1
comprising he executive board, Lady" of education, the late Dr. Miami host who will take over at the Booker Terrace Co. were roughed up
continues 'to carry on important Mary McLeod Bethune, was hon- the management of the Fiesta Cocktail Lounge, billed as Sam- when strikers appeared on the
matters that come beforehe ored in of her 83rd with baseball bats.
may memory Room and the Lounge at the my Williams and his band and scene
assembly. birthday when a Memorial Com- Mary Elizabeth Hotel Killens announced featuring himself on his Ham- Pickets were later set up at
mittee bearing her revered name, that the grand openingof mond organ.VELVET. the construction site and the_ job
HANNAH SYLVESTER for. held a birthday dinner in the
. both will be held on next brought to a near standstill
mer night club performer who I Flamingo Room of the Mar y Thursday, July 24. The public borers and electricians walked off
incited many laughs and applause Elizabeth Hotel July 10. It wasa is cordially invited to the grand when painters, carpenters, lain -
with her sultry style of RSVP affair at 8 pm. opening festivities.The TOUCHTo sympathy with the strikers.

singing among Miami's famous i iO popular Dizzy Jones and The plaster tenders are seeking -
night spots, is visiting from Har THAT'S IT, FOLKSI!
his band will be featured nightly a 35-cent wage increase anda
lem. Arriving in town last Mon- in the Fiesta Room for your two-year contract. The con-
day, Hannah dropped in on her dancing entertainment. tractors are arguing for a three
old haunts in Savannah, Ga., HOUSE ,FOR SALE The Fiesta Room will be opened year contract.
enroute, prior to her local en- Almost new, 3-bedroom, six nights weeklyTuesdaysthrough Hourly pay scale for the ten-
try. A houseguest of Rosa Lee I Sundays and will be ders now is $1.824,
Lucky, another veteran trouperof CBS; awning type windows do ed on Mondays.
the Dawn Patrol, she returnsto I Every Tuesday night will be
New York sometime Mondayor hardwood floors, carporte, I Amateur Night when an array After Heart Attack
Tuesday. tile roof, fruit trees, lot 100 II I of the community's top ama-
I teurs will be !presented in a sensational -]: Motorist
S FRANCISCO (Cisco) BRAD. x05, rear fence. 1581 NWJ contest for which val- Mrs. Anna Woods, a well
ING, a native of Dominican Re- 55th Terr. I uable prizes will be given. I I known Miami! mother, of 15780
public, has received his copy- A special weekend attraction NW 18th court in Opa Locka,
right papers from Washington to will be featured every Friday, died suddenly about 1 o'clock
an original tune labeled "Please Saturday and Sunday nights. I I Thursday afternoon while driv-
Believe Me." Brading, now a $1,000 or Your Lot The Fiesta Room will cater to'' ing oft from Qwik-hek Super

Miamian, composer of words and As a down payment, 3 bed parties and special occasions. It'' Market at NW 27th ave. and
music out Nat is beautifully decorated air-
plans seeking and 139th! d.Nelihbors.
King Cole to croon his tune as a room new, on corner on two conditioned for your comfort. I said Mrs. Woods
seller. The very cozy lounge will be had gone to the market to do
lots. 2901 NW 43rd Terr. open every night. The finest in some shopping She completedher
. CARVER BRANCH YMCA Is I foods will be offered at popular shooting, returned, to her .
I Hardwood floors A beauty.
fast preparing for its annual prices and a complete variety of Wake Up car parked in front of the store,
summer trek to Lake Placid. It : Lots for sale. Cash for your beverages will be on sale. The got in, and started to drive off.
will be a week of fun and activity usual atmosphere of dignity will At that moment she apparently
for the youth of Dad e lots. Baron, JE 81340. be prevalent in the lounge at all suffered a heart attack as her
County. Registration is now In times. A cordial welcome Is always SLEEY mifofa4t \ car hite two other can before
progress, so parents are advised Open 3.5 p.m. extended to everyone to smashing into tho front of the
to register their kids early. The visit the beautiful lounge at the store. Mrs. Woods was pro-
week of August 25 to 30 has Mary Elizabeth Hotel.VELVET nounced dead on arrival at
been selected for camping withan t Jackson Hospital.Mrs. .
attendance goal set at 500. A 1324 N.W. 58th Ter. ] ?dq4l Woods grandson, Edward -

better vacation for your kid, inspired TOUCHIs Heed, 10, and a neighbor'schild
by Christian leadership, LARGE HOUSE W Helta Bryant, suffered
recommended :
sold and by
cannot be found anywhere. dadl minor cuts and bruises.A .

SMALL La Charm Beauty Pafacs mate native of Key West, and a
Y GENEVA HARRISON, the 6245 N.W. 17th Ave. pioneer resident of Miami, Mrs.
sightless Howard Universitygrad DOWN PAYMENT Bronze Beauty Shop DEEP PENETRATING Woods is survived by her husband -

who formerly guided the 4635 N.W. 27th Ave. SCALP CONDITIONER Amos "Big Wheel" Woods,
activities of thearea's Light- Edison Realty Mary Sutton's Beauty Shop four daughters, Mrs. Mlldrtd
house for the Blind recently returned Liberia, Fla. To control, condition and Maxwell of New York; Miss
from New York City 175 N.W. 2nd Street Llllle'e Beauty Shop ) beautify your hair. Velvet Mary Woods, Mrs Juanita Reed
where she has one more year to 249 N.W. 12th St. Touch Deep Penetrating and Mrs Gene Brant, all of MI-
go to earn her Master of Science PLaza 44634ENJOY Kirk's Beauty Shop
degree: from Columbia U. During 1205 N.W. 3rd Ave. Scalp Conditioner is a

her Northern tenure, visits were Iva's Beauty Shop highly medicated scalp
made to Manhattan Hospital for 1027 N.W. 3rd Ave. treatment which relieves ami.Velvet

an eye operation that resulted Time's Beauty Shop dry, brittle hair, dandruff, TouchWill
from emotional strain I 1043 N.W., 3rd Ave. tetter, eczema, tendency
THE Vogue Beauty Shop towards baldness, ring
S THE PATRICK (Wilhelmlna) 929 N.W. 3rd Ave. worm, other scalp Irritation Give You Longer
Barbarys new-born Infant, a Billie Pitts Beauty 6alo
son, arrived a still-+born. The I GALA SHOWAT 911 N.W. 3rd Ave. .It promotes a healthy La.lnl Curl
Christian Hospital entry last Minerva's Beauty Salon scalp condition. Apply once
Sunday ayem, came after Mcs. THE 844 N.W. 3rd Ave. each week or as often as I VELVET 'TOUCH WATER

Barbary, mother of 10, was Thelma Troy's Beauty Salon necessary. A little goes a REPELLENT PRESSING OIL
rushed there for an emergency. 738 N.W. 3rd Ave. long -Safest, easiest and fast.

JIMjJAM Mae's Beauty Cheat Regular way. Size $1.25 est way to dress hair
. LEOLA CAREY ROBINSON 6833 N.W. 16th Ave. Guaranteed to keep the
former MIamian, now a residentof Community Drug VELVET TOUCH '
hair from 'going back.
Norfolk 6750 N.W.
Va., arrived on the
Stem to ;enjoy several days with JAJ Drug Dept. Store HAIR CONDITIONER- Gives you long lasting
her mother, Mrs. George Carey, 1410 N.W. 62nd St. Wakes up sleepy hair. humid and rainy days.
and sisters and brothers of the Daniels and MorrV Beauty Shop Leaves hair "Baby Soft" hair styles, even through
Carey clan. 2210 N.W. 6th Ave. and "ALIVE. Makes the Price $1.00
I Economy Drug 'Store hair look livelier, healthier
1101 N.W. 3rd Ave. e VELVET TOUCH
and longer! When
Everett nee I VIcker.. after s i x: CLUB Brownsville Drug Store CREME SHAMPOO-
weeks here from Mad Manhattan -, 4634 N.W. 27th Ave. tth/ee times weekly, along Beautifies as It Cleans-

continues to house-hunt for 1900 N.W. 75th St. Bunche Park Pharmacy with Velvet Touch Deep Women like the soft, fluffy
her mother. An Villa 2280 W. Bunche Park Dr. Penetrating Scalp Conditioner .
I condition of the hair after
PL 9-8651 Inc.
and Edison Center sites are Phone Grand Drugs the hair takes on
pending. I 3640 Grand Ave. using it.
that Glamour Girl "Look"in
Starring I II Walker's Food Center Price 60*
I N.W. 16th Ave.Barkley' an amazingly short tim.
ss NASSAU BIGWIGS visiting I THE FABULOUS 6290 This Double Action
Size $1.50
Cut Rate Regular
Town Magistrate during the week Maxwell Includes I GEO. KIRBYStar 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. (ito Application) Wakes up Sleepy HairAt

Thompson, Attorneys Gerald ,of Radio, Stage Stone's Drugs, Inc. At All Beauty Shops and
Cash 900 N.W. 2nd Ave. all Beauty Shop and Drug
Orville Turnquest, and Screen Drug Stores or Order Direct
Cleve (Booze Basil Storm or Order Direct
Sands, Austin Grant, Jim Rog Plus All-Star Jaymor Drug Supply Co. Money Back Guarantee MONEY BACK GUARANTEE
en, Win Gibson, John Vanderpopl 300 N.W. 23rd CPR Sabrosol LaboratoriesP.O.
and Tidewaiter Burroughs. We cater to private 1-5573 Sabrosol LaboratoriesP.O.

Several visited to attend the I parties, organizations, Miami Beauty Supply Co. Box 6175, Sta. B pox 6175, Sta. B

wedding a Richmond of Roderick Heights'Imlquesiand lassie i etc. 6500 N.W.PL 7.8991 15th Ave. Miami 36, Fla. ,MIami 30, Fla.MIAMIBut .

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MIAMI TIMES-"Th. Peoples' Newspaper Summer RecreationAt

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JULY 19, ,,1958 The IncarnationLast

I II Saturday evening the LIBCITY
college students met at the home
of Crandell McLeod in order to 0ftIV* .IN N XTHC ATRCB

organize! for the summer and set MMMJ i
Good Morning JudgeNew :forth a program. If there are
any of. the college students who NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
are interested In 'becoming
From Miami's Municipal Precinct Court members of this group please

JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON, PresidingBy contact Charles Adderley at FRIDAY SATURDAY
NA 1-0424.
Elliott J. Pieze, Times Staff Writer

_ _ _ _ _ _u_ _ The first Doll Show of the
summer program was held on
Another 103 cases were listed Phyllis WheatleyClub last- Friday morning along with
for trial in Judge John D. John- our weekly rock and roll dance.
son's Municipal Court on Mon;. The following persons won first
day morning. Judge Johnson Is NotesAt prizes: First, Eva Page' ; second, .
still on vacation and this time, Mary Johnson; third, Sandra
Judge Mitchell Goldman sulbstl- the State Convention of Barry We are hopeful of the
thted for Judge Johnson. Colored Women's Clubs which opportunity to prerent another rr TERRIfY1NG WE s .
Quite disturbing was the case met at \1!t. iLauderdale, June 15 Doll. Show for the adults. SD
of Willie Barnes who was charged 19, the !Phyllis ((Wheatley club Last Monday was our first 1 pGptNS1 > ,; <
with interfering with a Police was well !represented Iby /two watermelon festival and fun was 100o ,
officer while in the perfor- delegates, (Mesdames Pearl !Wise had by all. The result of the Y ?N g
mance of his duty. Barnes was and Marie Price the presidentIn contests are as follows, listed in
also charged with disorderly addition the (following mem- first, second and third order of :: ,,,, FR wl aipaacKUSt
conduct, by creating a disturbance : bers, (Mesames (Mable !McFaddon,, finish:
and with vagrancy. Margaret 'Everhart, /Ruby Sims,
The incidents occurred on Annette McNeal, M. iTaylor, Open Contest Boys Division PLUNDER RSI t; IYCNt St RAViSi1tRSCJ4f
Sunday morning at 1920 NW 4th Whilemena ISands, (iNaomi Trot- Gershon Nelson, Willie John- /
court, according to Officer N. man, (Bertha (Lewis, Bernice son, Willie Kirkland.:
Mattox who was the arresting Knight, M. Taylor and [P. Ferguson Open Contest Girls Division
officer. Officer Mattox told the also attended. (Mrs. A. Mc Mary Johnson, Eleanor Turner UI
court that while on routine pa- Neal is chairman of the (Arts and Sandra Barry.
trol duty, he was stopped by Crafts Department( lot the State 5th Grade Girls Division
Mrs. Shirley Outlaw who told Convention, and the first 'prize iEleanor Turner, Alfreda Bar-
him that her husband had brat- in the Fine Arts Division! was ry, Eva Page. I y
en her and that she wanted him presented to the Miami City Association 6th grade Girls
arrested. Mattox said that as he of C. (W. Clubs. A giftto Grace Morley, Sandra Barry,
was proceeding to make the arrest the president, Mrs. Myrtle Ernine Hlggs.
Barnes, who is a brother Davis was presented( (O by: (Mrs. 6th Grade Girls STEVE C4CNLC.
of Mrs. Outlaw, butted in and Marie !Price as an out-going gift Gloria Graves, Eleanor Turner -
in general Interferred with his from the City Association !Mrs. Olive Barry DIANE BREWSTER UO GORDON,GALE ROBBIN9
making the arrest. An argumentsoon Georgia. Rollins sang at this 6th Grade Girls Open Mouth
occurred, and during the meeting and (Mrs.. !Davis (was Contest
argument Mattox said Barnes overjoyed so that tears flowed I Grace Morley, Mary Johnson, SUNDAY MONDAY
created some unnecessary! disturbance profusely, however, after ia few Ermine Higgs.
and actually attemptedto minutes, Mrs lDavlsWas/ 'able to 3rd Grade Boys ?
resist arrest. pose for a picture /with Mrs. Sidney Nelson, Charles Turner -
Price, Mrs Rollins and rthe :pas- Sidney Barry.
Once arrested, it was discovered tor of the church. 4th Grade Boys I GARY COOPER ;

by Mattox that Barnes was Gershon Nelson, Anthony DIANE VARSI t -a
unemployed and had no visible All meetings 'were informa- Clark Harold Williams. N -
tive 'and (dnte st1ng. Our (own 6th r
means of support. Hence the Grade Boys Closed Eyes SUZY PARKER =
three charges against Barnes. He Mrs. !Bernice Knight thrilled the Contest
had very little to say by way audience at (the banquet with an !Anthony Turner, Willie Kirk-
of defense for himself, except appropriate song. The local land,.
that he denied interferring and president, Mrs. (McGill and her 6th Grade Boys'
creating a disturbance, but he club members were commended Anthony Turner, Willie Kirk-
admitted being a vagrant. Judge for such a lovely program and land Wilbur Hannah. 11
Goldman found Barnes guilty on 'banquet.' All was not business in Kindergarten
all the charges and sentencedhim 'the convention. the delegates Michael Williams, Theresa
to 30 days, $50 or an additional spent many happy (hours on Barry, Bernadette McLeod.
20 days. The Judge sus- tours of the interesting spots in I wish to express my thanksto WITH DANGER.
pended the 30 days and $Z5 or the city, one being the Sweeting's those who gave to the water- AFLAME ROMANCE!?
the fine. Estate. melon festival. THRILLS...
I rrw.+r
Among other cases heard and Mrs. :Algenon Bolen of Fort This week additions to the CORNETS
disposed of were the following. I Pierce was elected president for staff were Miss Bloneva Higgs S WA pCE.
James Robeson, charged with the coming year and the next and Charles Adderley. I WILOE ,
vagrancy, ordered to leave Miami convention will meet in (Lake- The closing dance has been 4' nL"Aa.
by 6 pm. Monday, July 14. land. (The following persons will+ moved up to July. 23: this event :7
,Woodrow Foster, charged with attend the National Conventionof will be invitational. i,
Colored Women's Club 'in The vicar '
disorderly conduct by sleepingon and staff for the
private property, fined $50or Detroit in July: Mesdames Mc summer, wish to say thanks to MiMcisLEDERERJWCWfl
20 days. Neal, who is !the club's delegate, those who comtrilbuated to the w
Marie !Price, Eunice Clementsand general fund of the school. IECNNICOIOR'
Annie :Mae Covington, charged Margaret Adderley. j
with drunk, disorderly] conduct, / M/VOCW/ jcfrtosTUESDAY cov t aaat r using profanity and creating a The Club's Annual Picnic at AIRCONDITIONEDCAPITOL
of disturbance: fine $50 or 20 days. Virginia (Beach on (July 10 was
Johnny Brown, charged with successful in every detail 'and WEDNESDAY THURSDAY
disorderly conduct by using profanity enjoyed by all. The members ,
I f fined $50 or 20 days. brought covered dishes 'and the THEATRE
tables groaned under the weightof
'Willie James Sherry, charged good food. Each member SAT. MIDNIGHTSUN.
with assault and battery with brought three or four friends and ., MON, TUES.
teeth on his wife, Annie, dismissed all expressed themselves as (having JULY 20 21 22
with a warning. a wonderful outing, swim-
Robert Leggett, charged with ming, relaxing and: flaying "THE LASTPARADISE"
assault and battery with hands cards. The club's final meeting I
on Emma Leggett, dismissed was held at the home of Mrs Plus
Queenie Robinson (a man) ,Marina 'White land mart( (members j
I I charged with assault and bat were in attendance as no I "Bayou"R1TZ I
tery on Eddie Robinson (a woman meeting will !be held again until
) sentenced to 15 days, but the 'Ifall.
the sentnece was suspended.
Mrs M. !Price, president
Ernest Scott, charged with 'M. J, Daniels, reporter
assault and battery on Gloria
Rogers, dismissed. I
i Joseph Outlaw, charged with THEATRE t a 8 tPOIA
assault and battery on his wife, I SUN., MON., TUES.
'f. Shirley, fined $50 or 20 days. |I It Pays! JULY 20 21 22



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OLD GAMEA A motorcade to the Theater of
The Sea and a Bible Quiz-O- ,
new twist of the old "pigeon IN HOMESTEAD Grain is set for Saturday after- WAITfor

drop" game was brought to light JULY 23 noon. The Saturday evening
last Wednesday afternoon when program will feature youth talent theSCHOOL
Metro Detectives arrested John- and a special surprise for
ny B. Graham, 53-year-old man The Christian Three R's in all delegates. Mrs. Marian H. BELL
of the Smith's Hotel, 718 NW These Perilous Times is the Shannon, director of the pro-
2nd ave., on a charge of grand theme for the Sunday School, gram, has announced that (prizes 1 4. Bring In the children's school
larceny, following a well plan- Allen Christian) Endeavor Leeaue will be offered in the quiz. if 10 E3. Qv us time to put thorn
ned and executed trap. Detective and Missionary Convention of Scholarships to AME schools will
fea perfect npotr lor tbe fcnjj.bard"arkid.
William E. Klmbro set the trap the Miami District. Delegates, also be offered.Service |
and arrested Graham on the pastors and special consultants/ will be held throughout -
spot, just as Graham was aboutto will ,gather at Greater New Mt. Sunday. Rev. C. J. Jenkins JOHNSON AND SONS
get away with more than $400 Zion AME Church in Homestead will preach fit 11 am.; Rev. T. C. SHOE SHOP
as a result of a flim-flam con July 23-27 for the occasion. Rev. Kelley Jr. at 3 pm. and Rev. W.
game, a new version of the pig- M. J. Fayson and members of H. Zanders at the 7 pan service FINE (SHOE REPAIRING
eon drop.' congregation have worked Special noon-day services will
unceasingly to make the convention be held each day. Rev. R. H. We Save Your Souls-While You Wait
!The case (began about six a success. Presiding Elder Johnson will deliver the evening
weeks ago when Graham visited W. B. Coffey has announcedthat sermon. Thursday and Rev. Albert Shoes Shined and Dyed
Peek's Opa Locka Funeral Rev. Joseph Patterson
the son Jones will preach on Friday
Home +at 2161 AU IBalba Avenue of Dr. W. B. Patterson, will be night. 6570 N.W. 15th AVENUE PH. PL 9-9190
and asked the proprietor, Percy the guest speaker for the Thurs-
Peek for some embalming) fluid day morning worship service. VA Office Moved I

Peek said he obliged Graham by Workshops have been arranged A -....'"' -. ._h
giving him some \fluid free of for the delegates to discuss r
Move of the
charge. the phases of the Christian's responsibility Veterans Admin- p
his resources and his istration Office from its' present NEW CUSTOM/ BUILT HOMESSold
Last week, Graham returnedto resolutions toward :making thisa location at 3300 NE 2nd Ave.
Peek Funeral Home on a pre- better world. to new quarters at 984 West
tense of wanting to do a favor Flagler, has been completed according 30 already-Demand so great we have built
for Peek in return for the one Special emphasis will be plac- to C. W. Boggs, officer 2 More at N.W. 41st St. and 29th Avenue
which Peek had done for him. ed on the AME Church youth in charge of the Miami. VA office. I

programs and how these resources The contact, loan guaranty I, SEE 2789 N.W. 41st STREETOpen
Graham told Peek that he hada
may 'be utilized in these counseling and social service
scheme by which he and Peek perilous times. Rev. J. Patterson sections will occupy the new! Saturday 1 to 5 p.m.
could make several thousand
and Freddie Brown of the
at West
dollars. Graham asked Peek: to Richard Allen Youth Council ical space outpatient which The med-had 3 Bedrooms Oak floors, formica kitchen, tile roof,

let him hold a one dollar bill will be leaders of this phase of also been at the 2nd Avenue location wall heater, tile bath, large laundry and utility room
Shortly after Graham !producedtwo the program. completed its Built>in and
I move to the oven range
one dollar bills, one of which Missionary women throughout Veterans Administration Hospital
had its serial number altered so I Florida are expected to join Mrs -
in Coral Gables on June 16. $1,500 CASH EZ TERMS
that both bills apparently had the Marian Coffey, district supervisor -
ame serial number. I on Friday afternoon for the Mr. Boggs reminded veteransof
Missionary Hour. Mrs. Stewart this area who are eligible :for Milton Rothman, Broker
With some fast talking, Gra- Austin, president United Council outpatient treatment for ser 145 Almeria Ave., Coral Gables
ham told Peek that he had act-
of Church Women; and, Miss vice-connected disabilities that
ually made the second bill from Eulalie Ginn, director Wesley they now receive this service at I Phone HI 6-6426 or JE 2-2225
the first which Peek had
given Foundation, University of Miami the hospital.
him. Graham further told Peek will be special guest speakersfor (Veteran who need informa-
that he could make thousands of the missionaries. Miss MarieD. tion and advice concerning vet- ---
other bills in the same manner. Roberts and other interde- erans' benefits should use the
Graham thought that Peek was nominational workers will serveas facilities at the West Flagler lo-
taken in !by his story, but Peek resource panelists. cation. SEE THE
never fell 'for a word of it. Saturday will find young Mr Boggs added that the new

Graham then asJced Peek: to people joining in a symposium space is more centrally located. WORLD'SGREATEST JI
get him a lange. sum of money, "Youth's Place in God's World." Frequent and direct transit facilities ______
about $500 and that he would Presentations will include "How are available.

make duplicate bills of each one, Can Our Church Prepare Young ,
would return (Peek's. original People for the World of Tomor-
money to him, and would divide row" and "African Methodismand Call TAYLORFR COLORED _
Youth. Participants will be .
the duplicate bills with Peek -
on 50-50 basis. R. Brown, Shirley Lee, T. Grier, PSYCHIC
T. Edwards, Shirley Howard 9-1703 _
'Last Wenesday was the time and G. Jackson. Miss Doretha

set ,by the two for Peek to pro- , .. READER
duce the large sum of money.In .

the meantime, Peek, suspicious -
of Graham's action, not- ':, PBOF. t
ified the Metro sheriff's depart-
ment of the scheme. Det. Kim- U
bro who was assigned to the case, DRUG STORECOR.
went to Peek's Funeral Home
secretly installed a tape recorder -
in the office and hid in an N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St. HUNTER

adjoining room, shortly 'before
the between Peek
and Graham was to take place.
Kimbro also supplied Peek with Cut 'Rate Drugs Free Delivery If you are sick, worried or In trouble this Is the

$400 In cash which Peck used in SERVICE plaas to come Don't stay hi the rut, push back the
BILLS veil of bad luck that seems to hold you In Jour track,
Graham arrived as scheduledand and advance forward by the help of God undtr the

made his pitch. During the Phone PLaza 8-4703 Phone Plaza 84704C. leadership of Prof. Hunter who has 30 years of experience
course of his fast talk, Graham,
In spiritualist and occult science. Make
after the from your
money M. JOLLIVETTE SR., Prop
Peek, asked Peek for various home happy. H. will show you how to bypass your
articles which made it necessary L' ' enemies and get the things that life demands for you.
for Peek to leave the office
momentarily. During Peek's ab- .a "
sence Graham pocketed the orig- i
inal $400 and placed a roll of Thoughts Have Wlngit-I Can Influence Others With My

paper, containing only $15 in THINKING! / *
real bills on the desk where the ,! ?


Graham was about to leave the Contact * *,
For Advice and Help,
funeral home on a pretense
going to a drug store. In frontof
the building he was arrestedby .
Det. Kimbro on the charge. a

Graham was released on $500 A4 '
:*V r *
bond last Wednesday evening. Psychic Reader Gifted Reader

This story Js carried in orderto r Reads your entire life) past, Located al the Hunter .ew psychic studio en

warn other potential victims of present, future. Tells you anything Pembroke Road, 3 mile west of Hallandtlt, Fla. on

this new pigeon drop igame. Beware you wish to know without the north side of the road, 1 mile east of 7th ave.

of con men and don't expect asking any questions.No Carver Ranches. Signs are placed on the top of thr..-

something for nothing. story building. Office Is In the duplex In the front of
matter what your hope, fear or trouble may be, I can and the building.He .

will help youl! Give time and never filling advice on all affairsof has fifty times more than other
For Prompt Efficient pow.r any
health, bualnaM I
lift, such .1 love, courtship, marriage medium. You will find him far advanced In knowledge. '
Service changes, wills, mortgages, law suits, lost or stolen article, .
Phone PLaza 4-4909 hidden treasure. SATISFACTION
" '
:, RUDY'S TV Gives Your Lucky Days Your Lucky Number LICENSED BY STATE AND COUNTY

andRADIO No one In trouble turned away-Come with or without money OFFICE HOW* DAILY

REPAIR Private Confidential Readings-Readings for White A Colored 1 P.M. TIL .4 P.M. 79 P.M. SUNDAY 1 PM TIL .4 PM

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Not. Permanent Address-Take bus 15, pseee door every CLOSED ALL DAY WED
Pick and Deliver
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Hours: Dally and Sunday 9 l.m. to 8 p.m.-Closed Tuesdays Hollywood, Fla.A .
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper" is survived by two sons of Tampa. I. M. S. Allen ,I. ,. I -- --1.1-1.
Local services will be con-

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1938 ducted on Friday, July 18 at 2 Mrs. Ella Williams, a ;pioneer LLOYD'SBeauty
pjn. at Bethany Sevonth Etey Mlamian of 1512 NW 6th court,
Adventist' Church with Elder
died on Saturday afternoon, Shop
r Rock officiating. He will there- July 12 at her homa followingan
after be shipped to Mariana for extended illness. Mrs. Wil-

CARDS MEMORIALSCARD final rites and burial on Sun- liams Is survived, ,by a daughter, Apex System
day. Mrs. Myrtle Brown, a soA-in-
law O. J. Brown, a sister .and Efficient and Courteous
several other relatives.
Samuel J. Williams of 0 a
p Funeral services for Mrs. Williams Service
OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSMany Locka was pronounced dead at
will be held on Monday at
Virginia Beach on July 15, the
3 o'clock at Ebenezer M. Church 1751 N.W. 3rd Ave.
family of the late, thanks to our pastor and victim of drowning. (See detailed under the direction of the M. S.
BEATRICE JOHNSON members of Friendship Baptist story elesewhere in this Issue -
Allen Funeral Home with the
acknowledge Its sin- Church and our many friends, ). He is survived by his wid- 01
gratefully! Rev. Aaron Hall officiating. The ------- ------------- -"
cere thanks end. appreciation to .for, your prayers, kindness' cards, ow, Leila, 3 sons. Robert, Princ body will lie in -at the _I arc
repose PI
their many friends for the kind- telegrams and flowers, duringour and Theodore; 2 daughters, An- funeral home from 12 noon on stmt
ness tendered them during their hour of sorrow in the loss of gela and Theresa, 3 sisters, Mrs Sunday until 6:30': Monday morn- BROOK'SBarber
recent bereavement. of our, dear father, Mr. James Rhoda A. Culmer, Ruth P. Mor-
ing. The body will then be takento
To donors of cars, telegrams, Holmes. Your kindness will nev- ris and Sarah E. Benson, >a her home Monday/ morning
letters, cards received, we extend er be forgotten. brother Edward Wake and oth- until funeral time Monday af- ShopThe
our hearty thanks. Special Sis. Jessie Scott er relatives. Funeral services will ternoon. beN
thanks to the, Francis Funreal And Family be conducted at Mt. Zion Baptist Barber Shop of

Home staff 4hd'to*the Rev. Hall Church on Saturday morning at I ----.----
of Ebenezer, ,Methodist Church, 10 o'clock with Rev. Edward T. -- Complete Service
and Rev. Sneed of St. Paul AME IN MEMORIAMIn Graham officiating. Burial will KEEP HAIRGOING FROM
Church. be conducted at Lincoln Memorial .

Mrs. Olivia Tinker, sister loving memory of our beloved Cemetery.Mrs. I Il'\
Mrs. Bertha Bethel, sister and father, rA raf.. .* *wiw o I 1702 N.W. 3rd Ave.
BENJAMIN BULLARDwho ..AAfl,5mu ....
Joe Johnson, brother ... .. --
died July 21, 1953. Mary Ann Pratt of 15940 I ......MM&a, +nsM.--.. James Brooks Prop.1AJQGHQS9ESK23KB2CZ&K&OBSBBBBH. a't
........ ,
NW 21st ave. Qpa Locka died
Gone, but not focgotten. r..M..a.r4
in the =..".......---- . :
of the
CARD OF THANKSThe Mrs. Alice Bullard, wife emergency room I .,...... T ".... Ii ..tMt&
And Family Jackson Memorial Hospital on

family of the late Thursday, July! _17. Surviving area I REGISTER
JOHNONwho son, Ezekiel Moncur, a daughter -
departed: this life on July 27 Evalena Moncur 5 grand TODAY
children 2 children C
wishes to express its sincere DEATHS great grand I i
and other relatives. Funeral: services -
thanks and appreciation the
kindness which are at this time incomplete -! 2
friends for the
will be r
tendered i aptjng:; ';, its recent be- I
local radio II
I Master Barber Shop
reavemeint. Range . I 1c
Special thanks to Francis
1 1e
Funeral Home, the Rev. Sneedof Charlie Dean of 2534 NW 51st Infant Daughter of Mr. and
St. Paul AME, Rev. Hall of terrace died at Veteran's Ad- Mrs. Johnnie A. Davis of 4615 .

Ebenezer and the neighbors of ministration Hospital on July 12 NW 31st place was still born at 163 N.W. 14th Street .
NW 5th court. Survivors are his widow, Ma, Jactosun: 'Memorial Hospital on I
Olivia Tinker and Family 2 sisters, 3 brothers and other July 16. Graveside servicE!: will
relatives. Funeral services will be conducted on Monday. I "The Barber Shop of Distinction"t t

be conducted on Saturday, July
CARD OF THANKSThe 19 at 1 P.m. at Mt. Zion Baptist Infant son of Mr. and Mrs I FE-FE AND FAT Owners
Church with the pastor, Rev. Ed. Guy Allen of 7127 NW 17th ave.
family of the late Graham officiating. Burial will was stillborn at Jackson Memo- J19

JOHNNIE BYRD be conducted at Lincoln Memo- rial Hospital on July, 15. Grave- .
.acknowledge its sin- _. 1 j' .tW, :" '-, ..
gratefully : rial Cemetery. He will lie i ia sides services will be conductedon ( .,
cerest thanks and appreciationto pose at home beginning at 7 re-I' Monday. -
its many friends for the kind- Saturday. -
nesses tendered during its recent -
Daughter of Mr. Mrs. Jas.
bes.eavement. To the neighbors Thomas Gibson of 1471 NW and
of 19th st., donors of oars, 71st st., apt. 4 died at Jackson F. Timms of 2164 NW 68th terr. ($10,000 $20,000 $5,000)) To conform with

telegrams, flowers and cards received Hospital Saturday, July 12. He is died 16. Graveside at Jackson' services Hospital will on July be Florida LawIf

we extend our hearty survived by four: daughters and conducted Monay.BarnettSeniors. you have a driver's license, we can Insure you i
thanks. Special thanks to The- other relatives. Funeral services
resa Flower Shop, Richardson will be conducted at the chapel I AS LOW AS $71.80 PER YEAR

Mortuary and the Rev. tE. M. on Saturday at 4:30: pjm. Rev. PAY AS YOU RIDE, with little down and 8 months to pay
Thomas for his consoling sermon. Foster of Antioch Baptist Church
The Byrd Family will officiate. Burial will be I i I SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCYOpen
conducted at Lincoln. I Tom McCoy of 1040 NW 2nd
I. ave., died July 10 at Jackson
CARD OF THANKSThe (Mrs. Emily Burnside Thomasof Memorial Hospital after a short Dally and Saturdays to S p.m.

1268 NW 68th terrace, died at period of illness. Mr. McCoy is 645 N.W. 36th Street PL 9-5284
survived by his wife a daughterand
family of the late, the Paravilla Convalescent HomeOn
TROY" CAMPBELLwho other relatives. The body
July following extended
to Clearwater where .... .. .
passed"JlUly 9, wish to thank illness. Mrs. Burnside Thomaswas was shipped / -
tke ,friends neighbors funeral services were held Tues-
many and among the older Key West ,
for their thoughtful deeds rendered ers of this area having come to, day, July 15.
during our hour of sorrow Miami over 48 years ago. Her i
for the beautiful flowers, cards original home is Bimini, Baha I. Mrs. Beatrice Robertson of RAPHU S. WILLIAMS

and telegrams, also Rev. John- mas. She is survived by a son, 3 1255 NW 65th st., died stddenly
son for the wonderful speech and daughters, a large number of Saturday night, July 12 at Jack- PRIVATE FOR HIRE
Range funeral home for its ser grand and great grand childrenand son Memorial Hospital. She is

vice.Campbell other relatives. Funeral arrangements survived by a son, a daughter,
Zanders' are at this time incomplete her mother, Mrs. Lucy Fagin, a Ambulance ServiceFRanklin
and will be announced sister, Rhina Fagin, and a brother -
CARD OF THANKSThe over local radio stations. Arthur Nelson, all of Brunswick \ -

i Ga. The body will be 3-5900
family of the late, IHenry Smith of 7100 NW 22nd, shipped to Jones! Ga., Friday
ave., died at his residence on the. July 18 where funeral services
.1 morning of July 17. He was formetrly -\ will be held Sunday. HAVE CAC 1 CEFORr YOU CALL
of Atlanta, and came
to live with his daughter, Mrs. Funeral eorviqos for Roshell
i Isabella Rhime about a year Bunyan of 3527 Percival Ave.,
a go. He was a Missionary of were held Wednesday, July 16 at
Adventist faith and travelled the chapel. She Is survived by

I extensively for a number of her mother, father and other relatives SERVICE is our most
years. Besides his
daughter, he .


"A Living Service For The Living
Robert Barnett

I I Range Funeral HomeOSCAR Clarence W. Seniors

Mrs. Gwendolyn Sawyer Barnett

Mrs. Elizabeth Espy Johnson

PHONES: PL 4-7468-PL 1.1331

"It ....". Oscar Range, Licensed Embalmer Funeral Director

5727 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami, Florida ?1 f

E. (Bay) SMTH: 00
wish to extend kind and sincere
k thanks to their many friends
M and neighbors for their cards, I

t I telegrams and flowers, letters B. Solomon Funeral Home UNERAL HOMES ,-t1 \
t" / Inc.
during our hours of ber ave-

ment (Established 1928))
Special thanks is to be given

1 I to Rev. J. E. Brown of New Dignified, Personal, Courteous Service MAIN OFFICE 1
i Hope Baptist Church for his spiritual -
service and consoling serb 236 N.W. 7th St. phone FR 7-1081
b vice and sermon; Range Funeral Funerals Within Range of Each Budget

Home for its loyal service.;
May God bless all of you.

315 N.W.16th Street Ph. FR 3.1440 2936 N.W. 46th St. Phone NE 3-2231

i Driye Carefully


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SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1958 . :PAGE,13
Heights FlashesBy

ORA D. TALYOR Transfiguration ,
e f
QfL3tl 1O W _ ,_ m'
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Benefit Series BeginThe
extend our deepest sympathy to Vesper Club and the
the Kennedy Mumfords to the St. Peter's A. O. Woman's Auxiliary of the Churchof Live Modern

passing of their infant daughterin Church the Transfiguration, are sponsoring -
Pensacola at home of mater a Benefit Party this Sat-
for Negro men nal grandparents. I The general public is cordially urday night at the home of Mr.
and women. We pay as you learn. Invited to attend our Women'sDay and Mrs. Jlmmle Lucas, 2571 IN AQUIET .
Phone FR 4-1561. A2 We also' extend our regrets to program July 20, at St. NW 153rd St., Opa Locka. This
the Willie Joneses at 14145 Mad-I I Peter's A. O. Church, 1725 NW will be an outstanding affair be-
CHILD CARE ison St. Their little son, An- 3rd court at 3 pjn. ginning at 6 o'clock and lasting :
The Randolph's Kiddy Inn will thony was struck by a car while!i Mrs. Myrtle Davis will be our throughout the evenini. There DESIRABLEDISTINCTIVE
he was crossing Tamiami Trail speaker. Mrs. Davis Is
principal ,
throughout the summer. will be games, dancing and refreshment
be open while on a fishing trip. He was well known throughout the state
For information please i call] )?. The public is cor-
hurled 75 feet and received many of Florida as a profound thinker
NE 5-1833. Jul3 dially invited to come, enjoy Itself -
injuries. Let us show the Joneses and orator.
r a renowned and have a night of fun. We
that we are really sorry. This program is sponsored by NEIGHBORHOOD
SEWING MACHINES I I will be looking for you.
the Woman's Auxiliary of the Mrs. Mabel Rogers
REPAIRS NEW COMERS Rev. T. C. church. Secretary of Promotion
Kelley sold a home to Miss Lu- Emerald Wing, presidentEva ft
Finest repairs on all Sewing cylle M. Tolliver last weeek at Hilton, secretary
Machines. Electrified parts and 13820 Madison: St. Miss Tolliveris Gladys Davis, treasurer FOR BETTER LIVING
attachments. Zig-Zag a special a native of Lake City, but has Canon Chas. F. Cooper, Downtown Barber
ty. FR 4-5665. Jyl9 lived in Miami area for several I rector ShopGet 2 Bedroom i
years. Her mother and children Nathaniel Rolle, reporter I
FOR RENTTWO will live with her. We heartily !
welcome this fine family. Miss Men's Day at your hair processed DUPLEX
BEDROOM Apt. $16.75 per Tolliver is a niece of state sup- and ,be, well groomed1CallAfor I
week, in Richmond Heights. Call ervisor of secondary education, New Hope '

CE 5-4246..- ........." .... Ju19, Mr. Combs. -- appointmentFR'ank1in APARTMENTS ::

2-BEDROOM CBS house, furnished I John Gore, instructor at May i. : 9-9261
14681 Tyler St., Richmond High School, recently purchaseda a 1820 N.W. 56th St.
Heights. Call FR 9-1235 (office)I home at 13933 Jefferson St., 707 N.W. 2nd Ave.A9 .
ot FR 9-2059 (home) Mrs. Wil- and plans to move in next month. FLORAL PARK
liams. Jyl9 He is moving his family from
Tallahassee. A hearty welcome,
NOW RENTING. 1 bedroom apts. to you and a successful, happy SECTORFor
New building, 524 NW 22nd St. life ahead. Both of these sales ,
Phone FR 9-3576. were handled through Attys.
Cheren and Isis respectlveely
ROOM private home. Call The broker was Ora D. Taylor. $1,495 Down AppointmentPhone
HI 6-9422, 5-9:30: pan or PLaza
7-6015 after 10:30 pm. NEW APARTMENTS Rich- I Beautiful 2-bedroom, one-bath NA 1.7203
mond Heights is one of the few CBS, Florida room garage,
ONE 3-BEDROOM house for communities in Dade zonedin nicely landscaped, $14,000 total. Stanley SweetingEVENINGS
rent. Large backyard. Nice lawn, the beginning for complete OR
call PL 42857.BEAUTIFUL living. It has an apartment area Lovely CBS duplex near 57th ( ONLY)
which is being developed by St. One side completely furnished. -
room In private persons who have taken per-: Stove and refrigerator in
home. Homelike atmosphere. sonal interest to fee that the other side. $13,500 total. I DRIVE BY SEE IT
1826 NW 55th St., phone NEwton buildings conform to the com- OR
3-2740. munity. The new apartments are, Spanking new 3-bedroom CDS THEN COMPARE
being constructed now. Those in. I City water, sidewalks, corner
ONE BEDROOM, large living terested arc requested to call: lot. $12,990 total.
room and kitchen of modern CE 5-4246. We also have Call or visit e .e
CBS house. House now unoccu- plexe for rent at $16.75 p dU-1 DEACON HENRY JEFFERSONThe
pied. Automatic washing machineand week. We also have two men, of New Hope Baptist Gold Coast Realty
telephone. 3990 Charles three bedroom homes. Church of 6608 NW 15th ave. 4301 N.W 2nd Ave. ,
Terr., Coconut Grove. See Mel-
are looking forward with great PL 4-6808
vin R. Jackson, 3540 Fla. Ave., anticipation for the fourth Sun- Drive Carefully!

phone HI 6-2178. $50.00 RewardA day In July-the 27th, for on
this day they will be celebrat-
NICE ROOMS. Single and $50 reward will be paid for ing! their 2nd annual Men's Day, Bus Service Miami 36 Florida
couple. Call FR 7-1241, 2319 NW the return of a duff colored with Deacon II. Jefferson as Courtesy ,
6th ave.FURNISHED. Cairne Terrier named "Frolic", chairman, who sends out a wel-
lost in the vicinity of 1942 NW come to the general public. COLEMAN'SGULF
rooms, near dOwn-, 2nd ct., night of July 4. No Come out and enjoy a wonderfultime. SERVICE STATIONS
town, summer rates. Apply Cozy, questions asked. Phone JE Service will start at 11
Rosy, 527 NW 5th ave., or call 1-3786. ajn. Sunday. Speaker, Rev. J. WASH POLISH WAX TIRE REPAIRING
FR 4-2708. A. Finlayion, pastor of the Mace- ROAD SERVICE GAS OIL AND LUBRICATION
donia Baptist Church of Coconut
FOR SALE Grove. Sunday evening at 6:45: eXPERT AUTO REPAIRING

Washington Heights will ''be a program of all male 276 N. W. Fifth Street 1628 N.W. 3rd Avenue
3 LARGE business lots In Hal-
and choruses of the city.
groups PHONE FR 9-0118 PHONE FR 49900FR
landale Pembroke Road nextto
on Sundry A28 .
the Palms Club. For informa- 8W7Al

tion call NE 5-7690 evenings. Ice Cream Income Property ,

THREE BEDROOM house' 2560, Watermelons 4-nmlt CBS fully furnished, east
NW 155th St., Opa Locka. For Information -' of 17th Ave. In the fifties.
call PL 9-9631. O Sodas $14,900 total, $4,300 down. Net
;ncome $125 a month after all BEST BUY
Bargain. Dinette set, all maple FR 1.7240 expenses and mortgage payments -
table, four chairs, leather seat .
and backs, upholstered living 1732 N.W. 3rd AVE. Chelsea Realty, Realtor $6,900 TOT AL-$900 DOWN
room chair, occasional chair.
HI 6-2326. I PL 4-4685 WI 5-2306 I Only 1 ,Mortgage-$60 per MonthCBS

ROOMING HOUSE on 62nd f t. 1 bedroom, dining room, Jiving room and large
$8,000 down, income $2,000 to kitchen. Fully furnished including stove and large
$4,000. PI 1-8779. 18 FT. RUNABOUT$700
refrigerator, plus Redwood Ventilated' Awnings.

WANTED Newest location in Opa Locka. J
(Bank Will Finance) 2360 N.W. 153rd Stet
MIDDLE AGE Woman to live In $
and do housework for small Windshield. Fully RealtorPLau
home, adult. Private room and 130 HP Inboard. Convertible top. CHELSEA ;

bath, small salary. PL 1-7942. equipped, 6 months old. Fr 90169.DORCHA 4-4685 or Wilson 5-2306

BLOOD DONORS. Call CharlesS.
Lassiter, PL 9-0929. 7 ajn. to
- .
8 a.m. - -

WELL QUALIFIED nursery ad-
ministrator. College degree, pre- After
school teaching and administration Inc.

experience. Apply In writingto Your Picture Made !
St. Alban's Day Nursery, 3465
Brooker St., Miami 33, Fla.

J26 Rentals in your cap and gown ?. I
I Real Estate
Fast Service Reasonable Prices ;
i Stanley's Market

1900 N.W. 4th Court ..'

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I I I I I t _. ... I . I . . I . I" I r Elder Timothy Walters and hit!
wife, !president of the 'West Jamaica WARNER
conferences of Seventh- DETROIT (ANP) The HINES. Inc.
Miami day Adventists, are visiting with four day sixth annual conven- Painting and
their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. tion of the International Florists W.terprooflngContractora
Fred Nooks ''and their sister, association closed its sessions a+
By DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDU :Miss !L. Smith of Liberty City. Ebenezer AME Church Wednes- Licensed and

I 11..11. . .1.. I I' the day. Among those who partici- Insured by City
-------- - -- -- in :Miami on
They arrived pated in the sessions were W. O. and County
Jimmie Dallas and wife, Margie 26th of !May and after spending
ISLAND IN THE SUN. That'swhat Walker, publisher, Cleveland Call 1863 NW 59th St.
Nassau is. This is our second and a big: crowd from Ft. Laud- a few days here, they started on and Post; Henry W. Piech, vice Free Estimate :
1 week here and as you would erdale followed the band over. A tour, which covered over four president, National Bank of De- i Call any hour ;
I expect, the people are as nice as Jimmie did the booking. thousand miles. Some of the troit and W. E. Landis, Chrysler I
Ph. NE 5.6879'SPECIAL
I ,
Included" 40-day
pie. For those of you who have places visited Corporation.The .
never made the trip, I suggest : UP TO THIS point, I guess I'll stop at :Hawthorne, Fla., where local :Metropolitan Flor- .
that you come to Nassau real sign off. That gets the news. Well over 5,000 Seventh-day Adventists .
soon. There are loads of thingsto dish some more of the dirt had Assembled for their annual -I
see and plenty of places to go. I about the hep oats of the Islandin camp meeting. Leaving here I DISCOUNT SALE
Something new here is the 5 to 7 next week's column. We have they stopped at Washington, D. z
matinee Jam Session created been asked to stay two more C. and met with the leaders of SOUTHERN CHOIR

here by Hubert Pinder, owner of weeks with a 4-week option. the Adventist movement, they GOWNS COMPANY
the exquisite place called Cap- Don't know what's what yet. So continued their trip to New :
tain Kidds. With an atmosphereof from the land of conch salad and York City /where Elder Walters I 216 N.E. 2nd Ave Miami
a real pirates cove and superb pigeon peas and rice, we say . spoke at the Seventh-day Adventist FR 4-2737 FR 1.8011
entertainment by a young "Live Life, Every Golden Minuteof church in Harlem. Their
I man called "Peanuts" Taylor and It." Pace. next stop was In Cleveland I 212

his group. The tourists say that where they spent another ten Custom made choir
this young man's bongo drum JJUSINESSCROUPS days attending the world conference ':I1f 4 gowns
would put Candido to shame, of Seventh-day Adven- Highest Quality!!
SET FOR tists. > r.
and I agree. American and ca-
l lyipso tunes are done by Richie DURHAM MEETNew Elder Walters was elected as ; Lowest Price!II!

Delmore, whose song styling one of the members of the nominating -
From $10.95
all that listen to his
I captures York Mrs. Jessie D.Loekeh committee which was
I strong_ voice. president of the National charged with the responsibility New Styles Old Styles
Housewives League M. C. of nominating the world presi- Y
CHICKIE HORN hat really upset ; Choice of Finest Fabrics
Martin, president, National Bank-I dent. This committee consistedof
the Island. All you can hearis Caps Collars Stoles
ers Ass'ni and Dr. F. D. Patterson 00 Individuals, /who came from
some"Chickie"call him and). We"Chippie"know he'sfar (as president, National Bus- over 60 countries of the world.At I I a ? All Colors and Combinations

from that. All in all, the Ba- iness League, will address an this conference the Ad-
open meeting in Durham, N. C. Larry Dlekett will call on you at no
him muchas
hamians love as ventists continued their progres-
you Miamians . As news during the Joint convention of sive program of integration.. Eider obligation
travels, !we have heard that the their organizations, July 30.- Frank I*. Peterson was re-
Jim Jam has a nice show and Aug. 1. elected world associate secretary
that Blanche Calloway is still All sessions of the three-part Elder E. E. Cleveland, world
making the men customers take conference will (be held on Dur- evangelistic secretary, and ElderC.
off their hats at the door. ham's !North Carolina College E. Mosely world field secretary -I
Campus. (The public assembly, Six. colored leaders were
ANOTHER of the popular scheduled for Wednesday even- elected to the General Confer- THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
spots on the Island is Chez Paul ing, July SO, will be held in theB. ence executive council. This PSYCHIC READERLet
Meeres, which hosts a late, late N. Duke Auditorium. council is charged with the responsibility -
crowd. Peanuts Taylor also Business and workshop ses- of directing the
works here. He's making all the sions are planned for the sepa- Seventh-day Adventist\ program
money. Includefcl in this show, rate organizations and for joint throughout the world.
however is a dancer known as participation from Wednesday
eoky", who does a fire act : morning to Friday noon. At the close of the conference

that keeps the patrons on the Following the registration of Elder and Mrs. Walters spent
edge of their seats all during her delegates, a Joint meeting of the 'some time in Chicago with Mrs.
dance. If she 'were in Miami officers and boards of directors Walters brothers. On their way
she'd pack the club to the doors. of the three organizations has to Miami they were overnight
Becky is something else! been called for 11 am. Wednes- guests of Elder and :Mrs. Nor-
Simons In 'Atlanta. Elder.
A man
day. for all delegatesis
IN THE Skylark where Chlckle scheduled at 1 p.m. Wednes- Simons is the cecretary-treasur-
and ;I are working, we have a full day afternoon's workshop will er of the South \Atlantic Confer-
house on Tuesday and Saturday be devoted to the "Organization ence of Seventh-day Adventists.
nights, and the other nights are
and Structure of the National
Before leaving for Jamaioa
good night . we're off on Sun- Business League."
day. The Old Lady ''spent the they spent a few days with
"Small Business Services :Ad-
their relatives here in Liberty
weekend over and George (our ministered by Federal Govern-
cab man) was busy showing her ment \Agencies" will be the sub- City.
f the Island. She's seen It before, ject of Thursday'morning's work- my year of Experience guide and protect you through Life
but there are so many more shop. The speakers and resource as a Lighthouse guide the ship In a storm
clulbs, etc. and she got a chanceto
panel include national and regional on immediate 'problems.
I dig Lord'Flea at the Junfcanoo (government leaders. The The annual (business meeting WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME
r' ,and didn't want to I miss a Durham Convention Steering .and election of officers of the For Success in Business And Lore

t thing, (naturally_ a woman.) Committee, headed /by IN. B. National Business League will CONSULT HERO -
White, has !enlisted local lead- conclude the convention Friday
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THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper"SATURDAY

JULY 19, 1958 PACE 15


Mrs. S. Dawkins, 'reporterRev Rev '8. A. Thomas* pastor

E. A. Culmer, pastor
Clturd Now that the great Woman's

to We were glad to have Sunday Day program Is over 'everyone'

" me School Supt., Miss Marva Trot- deserves a letdown for vetaxa-
man baata Sunday after three: tion for a short while. believe, !

weeks vacation.. After prayer by I am expressing the 'sentiments of

Mrs. H. Bodie, minutes were the chainnaa of the dy, :her cochairman -
read by Miss Carol Paul and the 'and all workers.

lesson was reviewed by Rev. H. Everything' clicked on time. The

St. Matthew AME Zion THE INCARNATIONFr. I TRINITY WESLEYANRev. V. Steward. effort WAS a success. All 'concerned -
are happy. The chairmanIs
1628 N.W. 5th Ave. E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar George E. Johnson, pastor( The pastor was in charge of grateful to those who played
Rev. A. H. Ferguson, pastor Veronica O'nrry, reporter Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter morning services and Rev. pedal parts on the program'

Sunday School ................ 9:45: BJH Sunday School ....... ......_.. 0.son Steward preached on "Jesus The financial report was quite
Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m Summer Schedule of Servicesand Morning worship ....>................ 11:00: Prayed tor You and Me." No. 2 satisfactory.ST. : .
Evening worship ............ 7:30: p.m Rehearsals Young People's Meeting 5 p.m. choir sang and No. 1 ushers
.served. The evening devotionwas MATTHEW BAPTIST
NEW HOPE BAPTIST SUNDAYS: led by the pastor who
Matins ............................ 7:45: : a.m. NEW MT. CALVARY preached from the theme, "Use Rev. 'N. T. dark, pastor

Rev James E. Brown, pastor Solemn Sung Mass and Rev. W. P. Tarpley, pastor What You Have For God." No. 1 Rev, JT. .E. Monroe :repartee'' '
Bro. Vandell Bovan, reporter Sermon .................... 8:00: a.m I Edna E. Thompson, reporter choir and No. 2 ushers served.
Church School and Adult Rev. Bain delivered a .beautiful !-

Services throughout last Sun- Bible Class ............ 9:30: a.m ; Sunday School was opened at Last Tuesday night! our famous message at the morning 'eeI'-

day were very heart warmingand E. Y. Churchmen ........ 3:30 pjn., the usual hour by the superintendent male chorus celebrated. Its vices on Sunday, and Rev Allen
inspiring beginning with our Solemn Evensong and singing "Near The first Brtnivereaijy with a spicy Ferguson preached a wonderful

Sunday School at 9:30: aj a. and Sermon .................... 7:00: pjn. Cross." Prayer by Sis. Williams. program after which guests were sermon at night., His subject was
followed( by the 11 o'clock ser- TUESDAYS: Then each teacher took charge entertained on the beautifully "We were kidnapped by the
vice with the message, "God Is St. Vincent's Acolyte I her class. Each class had a very decorated patio. Devil and Jesus Paid our Ran-

in a Class ,by Himself," delive- Guild Meeting ........ 6:00: p.m. large attendance. The lesson was som." Rev. Clarke gave two stirring -
ered by Rev. J. E. Swain. Sun- WEDNESDAYS: I wonderfully reviewed by Sister The public is invited -to Join Ina prayers, one a request from

day coming choir No. 2 and as Low Mass .................... 6:30: ajn. N. Johnson, Morning prayer was Trip to Bermuda next week. Rev. Monroe.
many officers and members that Evensong ...............?....... 8:00: p.m. led by Sister Williams and Deacon Adults $1.00, children 50 r.ents.I This week Sunday School
would like to igo, will accompany THURSDAYS: Dtibrow. w1 ib'e h dt 9:30: and morning
our assistant //pastor to Lan- St. Michael's ChoirRehearsal. I I Ml. CALVARY BAPTIST service at 11 when the Junior

tana Hospital to render servicesfor ............ 1:00: pjn. This morning message was delivered Rev E. M. Thomas choir will sing.
FRIDAYS: (by our pastor He had
the patients of the hospital. Oretha Holder, r'Dortf'fGiving
Anyone desiring to accompanyus St. Vincent's Acolyte early morning Baptism and took ST. JAMES A.M.E.Dr. .
are asked to meet at the Guild Rehearsal .... 5:00: p.m. In two candidates for (Baptism. honor to God the ser-
church Sunday morning at 7 amOur Boy Scouts I The evening message was delivered vices at our church began with A. Joseph Reddlck, pastor
pastor will leave the Mon- (Parish Hall) ........ 6:00: p.m. by a visiting minister. the Sunday School at 9:40.: Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter

day night after the first Sundayfor and Saints days at 6:30: a.m. I At 11 am. devotion was con- The North Miami District
NOTE: Low Masses on all Holy ST. MATTHEW FREEWILL
Nassau to render services ducted by the Junior church
School ACE League and
and Saints days at 6:30: aim. ,
there for deacons. As usual
one week. We are On the second
408 N.W. 21st St. Missionary Ol'urdclo.ed on a
praying for him a safe trip anda Sung Mass on all weekly fes-I Sunday the services were con-
tivals at 6:00: a.m. Rev. J. B. Woodley, pastor high and glorious note last Sun-
speedy return. Nathaniel Thomas, reporter ducted by the. Junior church. day afternoon. Accolades were

Services will be as usual this Music for the morning was ren- extended to Rev. and Mrs. F. A.Allen .
Last Sunday our Sunday dered /by the Junior choir. The
beginning with the Sun- ST. FRANCIS XAVIER for the splendid leader-
School by singing "Jesus church was filled to its capacity
day with Deacon J. D. Bur- ship which they are giving to
VW 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. Keep Me Near The Cross." with young and old. the district. High compliments
roughs in charge. The servicesfor
Phone FR 9-1424 The topic "When'People Are
were extended to the pastor, official -
the will be conductedby The
day message was delivered bya
Not Kind. was interesting.
the with choir No. 1 MASSr very visiting family and membership In
pastor pastor Rev. Wright.
and ushers board No. 1 in charge. Dally .................................... 8 a.m. Morning service led !by Bro. His subjeca was, "The Qualifications general for the entertainment.
Sunday ............ 7 a.m. & 8:30: ( ajn Williams, and the message delivered I -
Visitors welcome to of Cods
are always I by Rev. Smith. People. (During the evening service
worship with us.CORINTH. At 3 p.m. a dinner was enjoyed At 5:30: BTU was held with Bro. Theodore Roddy brought an
---- - --
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN at the home of Deacon and the director In hk chair. Few I inspiring and Impressive message. -

BAPTISTMeets Sister Robinson; all attending was In number, nevertheless, .
Rev. .Tame Culmer, pastor praised the host. God's plan was carried out. (Beginning with the Sunday
2nd and 4th Sunday
every Eddie Edwards, clerk School at I WO under
At 6 p.m. Sister Woodley open- ajxn.
at Mt. Olive Primitive Sunday night at 7
Baptist undAV School............... 9:30: a.m ed the YPCL. p.m. devotion capable direction of Bro. C. S.
Church. Morning worship .................. 11:00: : was conducted by the junIor Hall staff members
Deacon Sneed led the evening and an opportunity -
... ....... 9:30
Sunday School....... .... : .... 8 church deaconesses with soul
Westminister Fellowship p.m. awaits the
Morning worship ................ 11:30 service and Bro. Gable deliveredthe stirring prayers and zion hymns students wonder rrent.. and
Evening Service ................. T:30: message. Music was rendered The message was delivered by A
Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor, NEW BETHEL BAPTIST by the No. 2 choir. Rev. Stephens!' from St. L u k e to 'study God's word
gospel preacher and successfulBAHA'I Our vacation Bible School is 12:20.
At the 11 sin service Dr.
1571! N.W. 68th Terr. still going on. Send your child- .
Iteddlck will preach from the
Rev (,. Jones, pastor
ASSEMBLYMiss Sunday; School........... 9:45: am ren.Our revival services will be- FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST theme, "Wise and Foolish

Betty Keogan of Little Vforninjr worship! .................. 11:00: gin on Monday after the second Builders, and during the evening -
River will discuss "ProphesyFuIflUed" Evening: worship .................... 7:30: Sunday in August.CREATER Rev C. J. Burnty, pastor Mind."vesper service, "Never
Claudia Wilson
Baha'I Center
at the ,
The sacrament of Holy Baptism -
137 NW llth ave., 7:45: p.m.I CONGREGATIONALThe NEW BETHEL were blessed to have a will be administered during -
Sunday, July :20. Refreshments wonderful time throughout SUn- both services.

will be served. All races and Rev. Mr. W. R. Lesser of Rev Mrs.W.R.K.Conley Smith, clerk pastor day as it marked the end of the The pastor's and church* anniversary

faiths are cordially invited. Key Biscayne will be the speaker Sunday School ,and BTU Convention will be an event .of

at Fellowship Service, Sunday, Most of Greater New Bethel's ,I which closed Sunday high interest August 1-19. Manyof
ST. JAMES BAPTIST July 20 at 4720 NW 31st Ave. at officials were attending" the Sun- evening. The :Sunday School was the pastors and congregationswill

323 N.W. 14th St. 6 to 7 pjn. Come and worship day School and Baptist Training fine, also the devotional service participate during this occasion.

Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor with uj Union Congress which convenedfor The Rev. W. K. Smith and hi ..
Sunday Services four days last week at congregation were In charge of

Sunday School........... 9:30: am BETHANY BAPTIST Friendship Baptist Church, Rev.J. the morning service. His choir ,The Tenth Annual Men's Day
Morning Worship ........ 11:00: a.m Burney pastor. Our pastor, rendered the music. His ushers celebration will culminate August -

BTU ............................... 5:30: ( p.m. 3316 NW 50th Street Rev. W. K. Smith, delivered the were in charge and he deliveredthe 24. Bro. John HI Dean, secretary -
Evening Worship ...-...... 7:30: p.m.. Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor Congreis's annual message at message ; of the trustee board has
been selected the chairman of
Visitors always welcome"TRIUMPH with Sunday Schoolat Sunday's 11 a.m. worship. I At 7:30: pjm. the message was I as
Beginning the celebration. Bro. J. P New-
delivered by one of our own,'
9:30 am, Sunday was another To at Bethel the church and
: carry on was our ton, treasurer of
CHURCH Bro. W. M. Slater. Theme: "Don'tforget
day of praise and glory to God. I Rev. C. MoClary, along with the a steward, has been approved u
about me. The
Prince II. Mobley pastor The 11 a.m service found choir I entire Junior church, which Include messages the co-chairman.
delivered during the day were
Sister L. McAnny, reporterThe No. 1 In the stands and the JunIor children throughout teen- powerful. The No. 4 usher board Supporting Bro. Dean and
ushers on duty, and we were age. Rev. McClary's message was Newton are the following committees : -
of the services and
was in charge
subject of the lesson on all filled! with the rplrit as the taken from the 28th chapter of : Steering:: Bros. L. D.
No. 1 choir rendered the music.
Sunday past was "Social Justice pastor spoke to us from uke 18: St. Matthew and the 20h verse. At 5:30 our BTU was enjoyedTo Wright, D, Stroud, J. Harris,
and The Gospel." Lesson: Mat- 40, "The man who stopped Mil subjec was "Jesus Will be Robert Barnett, W. Scott, H.
thew 5:13-48: ; 23:23-26. The lesson Jesus," at which tim e one With You. He advised his listeners all of our friends and visitors : Guion, R. W. Williams, R. V.

was ''mot inspiring! to all came for baptism.Our to fret not in doing good that were present throughout -, White, C. Jackson and Farley B.
present. BTU hour was also well even though our burdens sometime the S. S. and BTU conven- Neaonan.

The YPE band subject was attended, our subject: "Serving become hard to bear, for tion, we want you to know that
"Refuse to Repeat Gossip." through the Church." The evening we have our Saviours promise you were 'more than welcome.! Decoration: A. C. Smith, P.

Scripture: Titus 2:1-8: ; James message was brought to us o be with uc even unto the end Come to Friendship where you Hepburn, E. Barr, P. Seymour; ,
4:10-11.: by Rev. Popps. taken from Phllliplans of the world. will find a very warm welcome E. Wallace, C. Jackson and L. B.
3:10: "That I may know I awaiting you at all times. Let us Wright
Bro. Edwards conducted the Him and the power of Ills res- Our pastor rejoined us In the continue in .prayer for our sick. 'Music: W W. PJummer, David

devotional service and many testimonials surection," and a wonderful evening worship. The serving Williams! John Ball L. Bryant,
were given. The message soul stirring 'message it wail On auxiliaries were the Male Chorus I FIRST UNITARIANEverett Anthony Johnson, W, Scott, J.

for( the evening was delivered Tuesday at 8 pm. the Rev Teas- choir No. 2 and Usher Board Harris.
by Rev. Murray from II of the First Born Church of No. 1.We. II. Rosenrteln, chair Publicity: : B. T. Horne, S. N.
King 2:1-7.: ley Perrlne will bring his good con- were highly honored witha man of the Division of Church James, E. 1[. Howard, T. Hollo-
looking forward to a visitation from our ,neighborly School Education will be guestspeaker way, M. Gilbert, Leroy Drown
The National School of Wis- and we are Zion. church, which If located not at the First Unitarian., Thos. Saunders and George
dom and Youth Educational great time in blessed to have more than a half block'east of Church, Dixie Highway' at S. W Pearson.
Convention will hold It* 18th session We will also be I 129th I road on Sunday July 20,
theBethel Bethel. Elder Bell and his congregation -
the Rev. L. K. Keaton of Finance: E. Wallace, R. V.
at 1752 NW lit court, beginning rendered the eevenlng 11 am Mr. Roienstein has returned -
Baptist Church of A1I- White, Dr N, Colston T. A.
from the Southern Uni-
Tuesday, July 22 thru Pa. who is the father of service for us as he spoke on the t,I Mackey. Chas. Under, D. Stroud
27. 'Each day there will be topics quippa, at both ser subject, "Make Haste and Come tarian Institute at (Blue Ridge, Willie Nicholson.
of interest and entertainment, our pastor the lost tO NJC. HU subject will be "A ,
vices Sunday, July 20 and we Down. Advising |,I Uihn: T. A. Mackey, W. Nicholson
also a sight-seeing tour and picnic urgently inviting everyone at come down from the mount of Sense of DenominationA A report S. Williams, S. Alston Joe

Saturday. Sunday a high day, are both services Sunday, July 20 all sin and evil, Elder Bell stated oa Blue Ridge. Randoipv, J. Taylor, Frank
a :pedal message will be given urgently inviting that as a remit of a converted Alter the service a covered Smith and Robert SJmpldns.
by the Archbishop. Rt. Rev. D. and we to are come out and be heart, an invitation becomes extended dish luncheon will be held, followed You are invited at all times to
H. Harris. Rev. J D. Walker Jr., everyone. to salvation that is never by a brief meeting of the attend the Trlenedly Church"
Miss E. B. Coleman. and Rev. with us.Sunday 27 choir No. 1 turned down. Church School PTA.
July ,
James H. Walker. We are ex- is planning!, with eager antici- The Pasor' Aid Club plans a An evening of poetry and discussion -
tending a hearty invitation to an all-day sing with soloists church: social Sunday, July 20'' will be the program of
all. pation quartets, choirs and choralgroupe at 3 ?jm. The club will be visited Community Group No. 3 on REGISTER
from all over the cityparticipating by other various Pastor Aids Wednesday, July 29, 8:19 p.m. at
; the public I* In- of the city of Miami and Opa the home of Mr. end Mrs.. :Edgar TODAYJ

Drive Carefully vited. Locks. Harrison, toe KB 2Mb St.

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' THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" Local Real Estate Opa Locka for the new facility was spear-
; headed by the Opa Locka Civic

PAGE 16 SATURDAYO JULY 19, 1958 1 PjjiygroundDedicated Club' Albert Wesvant, president
)I. Group to ,

iiI ..... All Dade County Real Estate Mayor Dale Cunningham and
- -- -
I : NASSAU JUDGE Brokers and Salesmen are call- other Opa Locka city officials Call TAYLOR

: I VISITS MIAMI PUNPHUN ed to meet at the office of came out to Magnolia Park Sun- I
I day to help dedicate the new
O88OFER Broker S. Hiutcheson, NW 8th playground and park. The drive FR 9-1703
St. and 3rd ave. on! Saturday
..... ..... --... ..... J '"" "'-- __.. morning, July 19 at 11 o'clock to
begin our regular monthly
"IBasy Credit Terms' (a familiar meetings. Our problems are now,
sign of our times), has taking: significance, and need our O'NEALS BEAUTY SHOPPE
!built up our standard of livingto I attention. We will also make I II ,
great heights. Like everything 'plans for our National Brokers/ :
1831 N.W. 3rd Avenue
else In our economy, It has a Association which meets in Atlanta -
danger point, beyond modera-I in August 16-23. Each
tion and apparent control, when member is expected to be present Cfi COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICEAT
easy credit becomes a burden We hope to have our meetings POPULAR PRICES
and a liability. the third Saturday In each
With this thought in mind, I month at Broker Hutcheson's ( AVON PRODUCTS
list some personal reflections on office
the follows. I unless otherwise announced. Mrs. Lillie O'Neal, Prop. Mrs. Madeline William! *, operator
t ,;: subject as Mrs. Ora D Taylor,
Easy credit enables people to president; S. Hutcheson, tecre- PHONE FR 9.9181
,-"".: .' buy things they don't need with retary; J. A. Summons, treasurer -
:':! : money they don't have.It ; G. Williams, reporter. I

",>. J: is easier on buy on time thanto 1'rl TTZTTT rTrT4 ;orr3'3r.3Ei5- ..,.;.-r ;o.:....................T ";' ".
/ 1( '. pay N : & .6.. -
ivih. 'N'f ? .. at Folks who pay on time are
i, ,,.<;,, " usually a credit to their community -
. ..v *,"< ..'j. .''.:..Jt.a A sure. way to run down Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From

Magistrate Maxwell J. Thompson -
credit is to run up bills.
Sr., of Nassau, Bahamas
Some folks that
visited Miami last week on a MENTS are MEANT to be paid. VISIT OR CALL TODAY . PL 7-1645
combined business and vacation They put the stall in inSTALLments -
trip. The Magistrate arrived In .
Miami on Monday, July 7, and Speaking for myself, I prefer .
returned on Tuesday of this to pay cash. It is only when I ,
week. While In Miami he was refer to my automobile' battery
the houseguest of Atty. and Mrs. that I say "charge It."
G. E. Graves at 1532 NW 66th

St.The Magistrate reports a very Name CallingBy I

enjoyable stay in Miami and expresses . I
thanks and appreciationto William Henry Huff for ANPI

the many friends who helped I do not care what name you LL
I make his stay a pleasurable call me I : ,pI
t What difference does It make:
Magistrate Thompson ,
presides No harm or evil can befall me ':
over the senior Magistrate court With names alone at stake 1 r x a'
In Nassau. He estimates that he :
But do not undertake to stone :
handles approximately 300 cases
me; J
per week in his court.
There you will meet your match.A .
Another Acting Magistrate, cavalcade of those who've
James Liddell, :presides over an I' known 1k
me. d
r atw'G.
other court and also handles rs. + ,.
about the same number of cases From Georgia's cotton patch ,.
J !
weekly. Many of the cases Will bear this truth, this news .. I
handled by the two Magistratesare about me
contested cases. That I don't miss a mark.If .
Mr Thompson was called to there be any who would doubt
the bar in 1946. For a period of meThey're
time he served sis assistant attorney lab'rlng In the .

Into private general.practice.Later He he w went a s WHY PAY RENT ?

appointed Magistrate in 1955. .serving as Commissioner in I
In addition to being: the Mag- charge of the Fresh Creek Dis. ---.
istrate in the senior court, Mr. trict at Andros Island. -- -
Thompson also serves In a num- Frederick the second son is a NEW I
ber of other prominent capaci- graduate of Xavier UniverHty I
ties. Among these are: Chairmanof and is a student of the American EAST OF N.W. 18th AVE. ON 155th ST., OPA 'J.OCKA -
the Juvenile Panel; a memberof Theatre Guild in New York. Check these features found only in higher ,priced homes
the Licensing Authority, (Maxwell Jr., is still a studentat -
which deals with shop, hotels St John's University. Built-in Oven Formica ,Kitchen
clubs, bars, music, dancing, etc; Both, of the daughters are ste- Built-in Rang. Baked Enamel Kitchen Cabinets
Supervisor of Old Age Pension, nographers for the Nestles Corporation Tile Bath 0 Large Walk-in Closets
and for a period of time also of Nassau.
served as honorary vice consul Rear Patio CBS Construction and Tile Roof
for Haiti. Sliding Glass Doors Pick Your Colors

The Magistrate was one of the Opening to Rear Patio Pick Your Lot i
founding members of the St. NEW
II' Agnes Sporting Club and St.
Bernard's Sporting! Club. PHONE NUMBER Only $795 Down

Magistrate Thompson Is the '
j husband of the former Hazel FR 9-6779 ONLY 1 MORTGAGE. NO CLOSING COSTS <:tl
Williams. They are the parentsof ,
three sons, James, Frederick, ,
and Maxwell Jr. and two diaugh11 NORTH'S $795 DOWN LIBERTY CITY 3 UNITS CBS !
ters, Rosella and Katherine.' The I {
I', Thompsons live In their new, pa- TRAVEL BUREAU Fully furnished 2-bedroom home. Close to N.W. 68th St.: Near N. W.
latlai home on a seven-acre tract 17th Ave. Owner leaving for coast,
I on Farrington Toad. i 1104 N.W.3rd ,Ave.I Front and rear porches, city water. must sell fast 3 old never
; The oldest, James, is a gradu- Large lot. See 1415 NW 59th St. below years ,
: ate of St. John's vacant. Selling appraised
: University and
I..., We have keys. Good buy. Hurry! price. Be smart. A real good pur-
I .--- chase.

,\ TV SICK ? $995 DOWN

J New 3-bedroom CBS home. Lib. $1,295 DOWN

erty ,City area. Separate living bedroom: CBS home. Liberty

Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. room, dining room, all modern City. everything. New.
Has front jalousied porch. Good
J SAME DAY SERVICE kitchen and bathroom. Close to location. Will sell fast. Hurry.

schools and buses and Chopping. Priced at
only $10,995.

f:1: Picture Tube Special $995 DOWN OUR WEEKLY SPECIAL

3-bedroom CBS. Located on N.W. $795 DOWN
17Inch$22.95 21.lnch--$29.95 -
See 5927 N.W. 5th
Ave. 3-bed-
57th St., east of N.W. 17th Ave.
I roo. See us for terms
See us for appointment to show
and price. Shown by* appointment
I 4 LATCH ON TO THIS BARGAINUsed inside. Priced low. No closing only. Good buy. Near to every-

costs, city water.
17-inch TV-Good condition $39.95 thing. Hurry 1

1 I RADIOS REPAIRED-Bring it in for quick service


: Vets Radio & TV Co.
: are open every day 9 to 9 p.m. including Sundays

| 201 N.W. 62nd Street
939 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone PL 7.1645

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