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Publication Date: July 26, 1958
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Nathan Young, 26, of 1442 NW
67th St., is being held for Inves-

I Plaster Tenders Win 30c Waae Boost tigation his three-month-old killed of manslaughter and hip wife daughterwas after shot J


., through the wrist Wednesday
The 11-day-old plaster tenders crease of 30V& cents: an hour. night.
strike that was marked The men will get an immediate The baby, Natalie, died Thurs-
with charges of violence, pick- boost of 10% cents and the rest POLIO/ VICTIM'S/ ATTACKER INDICTED day morning in Jackson Memorial -
eting at big construction jobs, in three stages ending Oct. G Ifospltal. from a bullet in
and a temporary court order ea- next year. The plaster tenders her head. The same fatal bullet
Joining the union from threats, have been getting $1.82} an hour Fermon Lee, 51, of 2271 NW had passed through the right
violence'and vandalism, was An 18-month contract was sign I year contract. wrist of his wife, Mary Alice, 17
152nd Terr., indicted by the
settled late Thursday night. ed. New school buildings, the Miami was Young told police he was
The GOO.striking workers went The union had aSked a 35c Beach Exhibition Hall, and Grand Jury on charges of rape, cleaning his .22 caliber rifle and
back to work Friday morning hike and a two-year contract several housing projects were involving an assault on 11- put the weapon in a canvas case.
aftefr a compromise agreement while contractors held out fora among the Jobs slowed by pick an He claimed it went off while he
giving them a gradual wage in- 27% cent raise with a three- eting. year-old girl, paralyzed by polio. was putting It away

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35TH YEAR, NO. 48 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1958 PRICE TEN CENTS 16 PAGES





I 5,000. Beauticians Due Here for Convention



i By ELLIOTT J. PIEZE I II III


I 'Judge Lemley Erred'--Marshall; NEGRO PAROLE TO BOARDTrenton HEAD


N. J. Gov. Robert

7 Judaes to Rule on Case Ana 4 D appoint. Harold Meyner Deputy J.announced Ashby Attorney of Newark he General will as-

., ,., chairman of the New Jersey
ST. LOUIS Mo. The 8th venting racial tension or conflictis reversal and setting aside of the Parole Board.
Circuit Court of Appeals was no ground for deprivation of order. It i i' the highest post a Negroin I
informed Saturday that District constitutional rights. Chief Judge Archibald K. ever been appointed to in
Judge Harry J. Lemley erred in All seven Judges of the Courtof Gardner ordered the judges to New Jersey state government,
granting the Little Rock School Appeals have been ordered to sit in for the hearings which he Ashby is a Democrat His new
Board permission to postpone rule on the appeal calling for the set for the morning of Aug. 4. post will pay $12,000 a year,

desegregation for 2% year v.
The court was advised that .
Judge Lemley did not have sufficient :

evidence and had no power MIAMI NAACP ASKS HALT OF PROBE

to suspend, postpone or rescind ,L,
the 1956 decree approvingthe h
plan of gradual integration .
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Arguments will be heard before
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which was later affirmed by the the
State Supreme Court In

Eighth There Circuit.contentions were pre- Soldier Hanged for motion Tallahassee by the on Miami Monday branch on of a -..--.""

sented in a brief filed with the 'the NAACP to halt the state leg-
MR. D A JULIUS
Eighth Circuit Court of Appealsby islative committee probe of its
Thurgood Marshall and WileyA. activities. Convention Chairman
Branton in support Off theappeal Four
SldMina of
to have Judge Lemley's The Miami branch wants the Beauticians' convention timeis
order of June 20 set aide.! ., ., i Johns committee hearings in at hand. Miami and vicinityare
and waiting for the
The attorneys for the Negro Miami ready
Aug. 11 halted until the
Fort Leavenworth, Kan. of the
students who attended the Little 39th Annual Convention
state
high court rule
Rock Central High School made Abraham Thomas, a 20-year-old their can on National Beauty Culturist League
CRASHES AT appeal from a Circuit
soldier who killed four of
personsat Institute
National
the
three basic points: One is that Judge Ray Pearson and
Cershofen, Germany, was recently ordered Cosmetology which opens in MIami -
community opposition to inter -
oration, even if expressed thru hanged Tue day at the U. S. 90 MPH IN mit its the membership local branch lists to to sub-the on Monday, July 28 and

overt acts of trespass and intim- Army Disciplinary Barracks Aug. 11 session of the John's runs through Thursday, August
Thomas, from Montezuma, Ga
idation "does not constitute a STOLEN CARA committee here 7.
legally sufficient ground for suspending had been confined at the barracks Mrs. Katie Whickham of New
the operation of a plan for four years while appeals Pearson said he was bound bya Orleans, La., is the National
for gradual racial integration of were filed in his behalf. A wild flight at 90 miles an Florida Supreme Court ruling president of the gropu; Mrs.
court martial convicted him of hour ended at 4 a.m. Monday in Palm
public schools heretofore approved that the state has a right to de Alamo Waldon of West
by the Dittrict Court and killing Walburga Weneroth and Jackson Memorial Hospital for mand the lists, in spite of a U.S. Dcach Is tate president, and D.
by this Court. Anna Wiegel, both of Gershofen, Peter Carey, 26, of Coconut Supreme Court decision in the A. Julius of Miami is conven-
and two fellow Negro o rove. Alabama lion chairman. Approximately
"Placing a premium on opposition loldiertf. case that the state
to public school desegregation Sgt. Lafayette Bennett Florida Highway Patrolman cannot force the NAACP to pro- 3,000 delegates and visitors areexpected
Edward Peters. The four were in Miami for the con-
r by Illegal means rather than James S. Foster, who arrested duce its membership lists
shot Feb. 23, 1954. vention.
by democratic methods only Carey after the stolen in'
i' can (Records of the Court of Military car
result In encouraging lawless which he was riding overturnedand REGISTRATION SATURDAY
.. Appeals at Washington
element opposing compliance hour 'that the shooting was snapped off a utility pole he recovers from severe lacerations Registration begins this Sat
and frustrating those seeking touched off because Thomas was said Carey will face charges of and possible internal urday evening at 8:30: and the
compliance In a lewful man- Jealous of Miss Wenderoth "run- reckless driving, car theft and jurleL. faculty of the Institute will be
:. ner," they In short, entertained at tea at Geor
argue. pre- ning around with other men." driving without a license when severed In the crash a
gette's Tea Room, NW Slat St.
and 20th ave.

\\ke Names Marian Anderson U.p N. o'clock On Sunday the entire morning group at will 11

m to Baptist worship Church in a body, NW at Third Mt. Zion Ave

and 9th St., the Rev. Edward T.
President Eisenhower Thursday i.
Graham, pastor At 3 pm on
appointed Marian Anderson Sunday, the faculty final assignments
v world famous contralto, as a will be made by the
F member of the Unites State dele- Slayer Faces 1st National Preiident. At 8:30: Sun-

c.Y gation to the United Nations day night, basilcus night will beheld
at the Harlem Square Ballroom -
Miss Anderson received the
.; with Oklahoma
; delegatesthe
six oth-
appointment along with
Dearee Murder
featured and
guests toppedoff
ers named to represent Congressin
':, with a series of Japaneseevents f
the General Assembly session .." - -- - .
w
opening Sept 16.
Peace Justice Hugh F. DuValJr.
Joe Louis Gibson, 27, w a I MONDAY I
with the three
They will serve ordered Gibson held without On Monday morning at S
holdover members who were re- bound over to the grand jury bond after ruling there was o'clodc, the Institute of Cosmetology
appointed. Henry Cabot Lodge is this week for the knife slayingof probable cause for a first degree at Booker T. Wash. I
U. N. Fredridka Sweet in,. Booker opens
the '
U. S. Ambassador to murder indictment. ington fight School, 1200 NW
,
1'. Washington High School hot* I
Miss Anderson's appointmentcame i or student. i 6th ave. At 8 o'clock Monday tl
about after her triumphant i night, delegates and visitors will
state department tour of the I The 17-year-old girl was be entertained at a beach party :y:
r j 1< Middle East early this year In i stabbed to death for no apparent Register Now! sponsored by the Alpha Chi p1

....... which she proved herself one of reason while she and her sister Omega Sorority. Various other
,.. I the country's most able am- rode a bus home the night of Books Close Institute activities will be held
r UiwMork.> deao.r bassadors of goodwill. I July Aug. 91, throughout the rest of the week.



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versaL ad.-s.tUng-.astde ofan Jng. my... .vacation. IllrelunL.! .1Q .best jnan-Groomsmen at
order by- Federal District Court my duties on August 18. 1 James Allbury, Gary :
Judge Harry J. Lemly, delaying Gaddy Rawls and
integration at Cefntrsrh; High m YOUTH' ATTACKS Kay. .. w : i
Little Rock, Ark Jndge Gardner WITI1 IsSJ I plores Bet el I j -
set ftbe morning! offafshall1 kt u.stt4 yV0 N t tit 'j E 'F Uzabef:1\:
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&JiJcd, .the appeal. On July -Through_ V T
9, Branton had filed a brief call enby a passing motorist, police :;
ing for a Baft of Judge Lemley' afWJWed William %n Diver, 20, ( ot
ori q a 17 NEflfJfBfafor h
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Program at enjbyed by some j>0 Joungpeople
fr : featured games, dancing,
HdaATUM znU I arid- refreshmcotfy- 't spacious
di l
.t r '\\ b pnerl', V" ,>rt grounp? of, Athe.ohnaop\ Estate,
29th Court, was the scene forth
Some participants) and staff ts ,jiotlvMv. .
at bittt> 8t1,9Urer, t1Mrea\! 'ro ? Ii?! cp; !
Nelspn P) ',der. postulant, has
gram8t e theJ.t1N'ttfh..oft Ntre iInd '''I "
been In chargS dif the six-weeks'
J carnation were guests of Father I Itl
S proaram which clpses next week
"b\9> daPkTtV' teh5pliflno: 4ttJCahterbury -.lYe w1"sf'e&'Yiltdk'{ all" fndlvlduals" -
1I a RJIcxkdn; Ril lMetaity''''of* 'Svho ba'tl been> ItO generous -
I ,, Miami on last Monday begin- Iq supporting this program
ning at 10 aTfttHFaUWrVpiitttcrbury : QStp .+'which Included religious in-
4 xo111hv'ptrriibdenofuhb I ':1Odn"'r'strtictloh'and 1 kBtt>Ie:'tUdy, arts
9 I c.t : House program to stu:1, and crafts, tinging and games.
.t 4M denttl.loI13'l\JW, riMrS 1 ser.1""Ph01 f4' eft Ti .n m.M
: grouping mad,'S,tbUl'l rot! tJte t t1DHd"' "Ihctiiii&! Property
and also of the campus of
t the University of. Miami. Refreshments 4-iunit' CBS fully furnished east
were served before of 17th Ave. in the fifties.
d, the vIsltoP1'RH! *'l f.In'r.'vs bne "914>9 u>lttaliv'04l300\ down. Net
rr Other I ..e income ...$125 a month after all
tivitles JittlllUlb'lttcUitb"'t Qp:$J[ iii 3l\ } mortgage pay-

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of rote
announcement that .
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te1Yr tEblMc lOne, there h.a .baeu "J.n... opportunity to live above tt &IARdMEA'E.a'ieRivRllt
o . cldentl.:1.:1- : W-(:)lfr 'IU $1LAIIi> I tben accept it,
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TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ELLIS i
"The Tlmea Art Chained And Wo Are Changed With Them"
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Office: lit 1112 N.W. Third Avenue Miami, Flo.rlda-Phone FR 3-223 + ;i/ ) ;i
Plant fet C740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone PL 4.6128 r.'
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Entered as Second Class' Matter August 9, 1927, at the Post Office at .t ti.. '
Miami, Florida. under the act of March 8, 1876
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H. E SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor R tI f
GARTH C. REEVES. Atioclate Editor and Business Manager
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YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKONE

MORE STEP NEEDEDA '

news photo shows huge quantity of 4-cent &'tA
stamps being carted Into a a post office. This is symbolicof '... . .- ......... .tA4r.... '- ... .- -..-.....-.. .. '....'q ._" '_ ... _._w .._ ,.. ... "... '..".w... _........._..__...,...'...',...'...

the fact that next Aug. 1 first-lass mail postage goes
:Members of the national convention Allen Bain, Prof Charles E.
up a cent So do the rates for other post office services committee who have Williams, Mrs. Elizabeth John-
with one exception-fourth-class matter, or parcel post. worked hard to make 39th annual son, Miss Elmira Fannin, Mrs.
The higher rates were approved reluctantly by Con- convention of the beautic- Billie Pitts, Mrs Opal King, Mrs.
the post had gotten out of hand, ians one of the best in history Louise Riley, Mrs Florence All,
was $700deficit are pictured below: Dr I. P. Davis, Ernest Taylor,
and passing the a year mark. On top Mrs. Katie Wickham, Mrs Elliott J. Pieze: Charles North,
of that, post office workers have been given a general, pay .I Alaine Waldon, D. A. Julius, Atty. L. E. Thomas.
boost which almost everyone believes is well-deserved. It I

obviously was essential to increase post office revenues.
The parcel post exception is the black spot in the hence is null and void. I

picture now. It has long been a creator of heavy direct Raising the qualifications of a state's whole electorate j
and indirect deficits, and has thus been taxpayer-subsi is one thing, with good arguments in its favor; ad-

dized. That will continue to be the case so long as its ministering them so as to deliberately disqualify those ofa
structure of charges is left unchanged.To certain race is another. The right to associate or not to

make matters worse, parcel post is the only post associate is one thing, the exercise of which should be

office service which is a direct competitor of taxpaying left to voluntary choice as much as possible ; the right to

private enterprise. Private carriers operate on a national, vote is quite another. I

regional and local basis, providing service by rail, truck The 15th Amendment pledges to "citizens of the
and plane. Subsidized parcel post service under these United States" that this right "shall not be denied or

circumstances is manifestly unfair-as well as needlessly abridged by the United States or by any state on account'I
costly to the public at large which must make up the of race, color, or previous condition of servitude' :
deficits.' Christian Sciene Monitor. % -

So one more step needs to be taken in postal rate I II J Baldi, ; Coral Gables will I

revision-to put parcel post on a self-sustaining basis of .........0.............................INNIII -- be lecturer the featured guest star and
on Tuesday 29 at
Mrs Jennie Forbes returned July
operation JUST BROWSIN'By last week from a combined bus- the National Institute of Cosme-
iness and pleasure trip to Key tology, which will be held at
TWO COUNTY ELECTIONSDade PAUL R. HENRY We t. Through an error on the Booker T. Washington High
County will have two elections in Sepember.The . part of our reporter last weekwe School.
primary to elect state and county officials comes off 11 NININIINIHI MINI IHIINIINNNNN I I I used the name Thurston instead Internationally recgonized alone
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on September 9. On September 30 Dade voters will go Weekend murders go on, in I' of Forbes.Dr. of America's outstanding
to the polls to decide on a proposed autonomy amendment fact, they are no longer weekend William Martin, accom coiffure designers, Baldi boastsa
to the home they now come any day, at any panied by Mrs. Martin, have left 4-salon operation in the Miarrfl
new rule charter. time, anywhere. the Tidewater College Campus area, with a smart and continuous -
The Dade League of Municipalities has been carry. to attend an International Life clientele. A master at large
ing the fight for changes in the charter. The case reachedthe In Goulds on Saturday night Conference for College Deans at from the Coiffure Guild of Los
Supreme Court. On Wednesday the state court ordered during an argument$ in a labor Pugwash, Nova Scotia, sponsored Angeles and Hollywood, Cal.,
camp, according to police re- by the Association of American Baldi has been a guest lecturerat
Judge Holt to dissolve a temporary injunction enteredin lice reports, Johnnie Lee was Colleges July 20-29. the University of Miami and
February to stop the election temporarily, and enteran shot to death by his brother Beauty Consultant for Florida's
order making "appropriate provision for calling of an Walsin Lee who was arrested for I The Rev Bishop Charles C. leading model school.
election. investigation. Coleman who presides over the
I 12th district of the Baldi will present some of his
The Municipalities, or some of them are contendingthat AME Zion latest
"Sunshine
In Tallahassee on July 9 fun- I Church, died at his home in Styles", as wellas
the Metro government is infringing upon certain eral rervices were held for Rob- Oklahoma City last Thursday the latest hair cutting and
rights which should not be interfered with. ert Frank Nlms, principal of' night as the result of an extended curl institute.forming techniques at the
City officials and the League supporters are pleased L'ncoln High School in that city! illness. lie was born In Key
with the court's ruling. They want the people to have Mr. Nims died suddenly Friday i I, West and received his elementary -
another chance to decide the issue. evening. Services were conducted education in that city. He
by Fr. David H Brooks ,' acquired his college training at
Supporters of Metro see little or no need for an vicar! of St Michael and AUIAngels Livingston College, Salisbury,
election. They feel that the amendment, if passed, would Episcopal Church of NC and received his BD de- '
cripple Metro. which he was a member. Sur- I tree from Hood Theological t
viving are his wife, Mrs Augusta Seminary lie has pastored In'',
Forbes Nuns!. North Carolina
Florida and Alabama
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THE RIGHT TO VOTE
y
and '
was elected to u
the
When Congress was hammering out the present civil At West Palm Beach, William Bishopric in 1956.
rights legislation this newspaper pointed out repeatedlythat Mitchell, a prominent c I v I c I
narrowing its scope chiefly to voting rights by no worker, has filed as a candidate Changes in the postal rate
for the
means meant devitalizing it. People who have the vote Precinct 7A.city Mr commission Mitchell lived from will Letters become are effective on Aug. 1.

and who exercise that right do not long encounter legal in Miami several years ago was 4c and postcards now going 3c. Airmail to cost rN .
discriminations in other areas. active in civic and political affairs rates will be 7c, postcards by air ..IeV "d N
Does the American Negro understand this? Certainly He was one of the charter 5c.

Negro leadership does. And it is striving' to get Negroes Chamber members of Commerce of the Junior books Third class rate for circulars,

to register and to vote wherever they succeed in connected with the American and also ounces,and 3c for catalogues the first up 2 ounces to 16,

qualifying.Do Legion.. I 15 for each additional ounce.MIDWAY .
those who oppose changes in the old pattern of
segregation appreciate this power of the ballot? Indeed a

they do. Mississippi's Governor J. P. Coleman wrote
PARK
members of the state Legislature last year.If .
the Negro can command the vote under the civil CUT RATE York William B. Simmons, New
City's prominent hair stylist -
rights bill, then he can as & matter of course get every- is serving as lecturer-dem-
thing else. R DRUG STORESPECIALS onstrator during the Beautic-
The Southern Regional Council has made a survey ians' Short Course sponsored by
documented with news stories from local newspapers, FOR THIS WEEK the connelology department of
Florida
which to the conclusion that at least in Mississippi A&M University In cooperation -
comes 2 pints Foremost Ice Cream ........ ................. 35C with the Florida State
Alabama, and Georgia, there are conscious official effortsto Kotex or Modes* ........................ ........ .... 38c doz. Board of Beauty Culture.

curb Negro registration.Are Tampax (Reg. or super) 1....................... .. 38C pkg.
these also designed to raise standards for white 1 Pint Alcohol............11..1 ..;; .....;.. 15c Well the
salaries
of the P t
voters? The council o s
who says no, and quotes a Georgia legislator 35c Colgate Toothpaste ....,...................,.....,......... 25c Office employees have been
opposed 30-question preregistration test
a new ,
PRESCRIPTIONS AT LOW increased, so we must raise the
PRICES
saying the NAACP would "school" the Negroes. "But who postage to pay the Increase.
; is going to school the poor white people who can't pass Phone NE 53022American
',they test?" And it cites a plan drafted by the Georgia Express Money Orders Sold Here The teenage assault with Intent -

Democratic Executive Committee which would require 2206 N.W. 62nd Street settled to commit rae case was
when Judge
on Tuesday
would-fee registrants to subscribe under oath to the tenet I OPPOSITE CONSUMERS MARKET Pat Cannon sentenced two to life
that the 14th Amendment was never legally adopted, imprisonment and two to 20
years Imprisonment.




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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' New.paper"SATURDAY

I JULY 26, 1958 PAGE 5

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Ir Coast Guard at mond, Va., had a 3.3 pitching !
I ItPfcord fA* tfe 9>$ 41t)algn' .
t Dorsey Library His painting won a $150 first
prize In the Atlanta' University
Dorujy Memorial Branch Library -
Art Exhibit this aprlng.
will have as guest speakerfor
the Summer Reading Club,
Journalist 3c| Brantley' United ,
/ tG States Coast Guard, Wednes- USE OUR CLASSIFIED
day, July 30 at 1030: a.m.
; Mr. Brantley will talk on the COLUMNS FOR RESULTSI
i' work of the Coast Guard in
H peace and war time,aDd its placea
a W one of the country's armed>
Sa services.
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55 NEED MONEY ?

Then Hurry to The
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Iota Patroness Board of I held here August 9.13 and will president; Mrs. Alice Dean, Mrs ... Jamaica Candle ShopAt
Gamma Alpha Chapter was or serve as ho less for the recep- Mattie Barkley, treasurer; Mrs.
ganized May 28. It is one of tion following our Educational Lucretia C. Eve president Gamma ....Cullen Lowe, star hurler for 6664 N.W. 15th Ave.
many ouch organizations thru Program on Sunday, Aug 10, Alpha Chapter the Florida A&M Universitynine
the country who share the idealsof at 3 pm. at St. John Baptist Standing: Merdames, Arthesa was one of the (prospects Where hundreds are being helped
Iota Phi Lambda Sororityand Church, D. Hubert, liason representative I reporting to the Pittsburgh PIrates weekly from the Jamaica Blessed
help to promote its programin Iota Patroness Board's officers Gamma Alpha Chapter; Theresa tryout camp held at Florida Oil and the Mystery dream seal
the community.The and members are: Clark, Francis Summons, Helena AAM recently. Lowe 'led the JAMAICA SAM, Prop.
Board will participate in Seated, left to right: Mrs. Lillian Hodge, Maybelle Anderson, Rattler swatters In batting with Come write or Call
the many social activities of our Balllou, Mrs. Bessie Bethuntf chaplain, Mary Reeves, (not a healthy .660 average for nine PL 8.1354 Today
21st National Convention to be secretary; Mrs. Josephine Dunn, shown), Edna Barrow. games. The senior) from Rich. indf

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Cocktail PartyAt ;.f.! nil' ,iI f

Jim Jam HELD OVER BY

Greater Miamians are in fora I POPULAR DEMANDFor
swell treat on Sunday evening
July 27, when the Urban League I I 2nd Week
Guild presents its second''!
"Guild-O-Ret" Cocktail Party at
the Jim Jam Club, The show R GEORGEKIRBY
stopper last year was the Guilds -. ,It
male chorettes and they get top ':,
billing on Sunday as the glam I I,;'\
orous chorus line behind the
sultry singing and dancing of I
Frank Legree. J j

The big night of entertain-
ment is being staged by Mrs. II Star of Radio, Stage
Cherry Boyer. Besides the Screen and TV
chorettes, other local entertainers '
to be featured are: Jimmy I
"Salt Pork" Reeves, Bobby' | EXTRA ADDED . .
Marshall of the Sir John Carou-
sel Lounge, The Floridian Trio, The Sex>sational
torch singer Cathy Gibson, Don- Burlesque Queen
ald Strachans Calypso group, I
and fashion show by the Florida r Kay DuConge
Faihionettes, a group of models V
sponsored ,by Blanche Calloway y Something New for
of the Jim Jam Club. I 1 r Miami

A host of other local stars will
be on hand. Tickets can ,be secured PLUS . .
from Guild members and
prices are $1.25 for advance and All Star Show
$1.5u at the door. music
Featuring by

I Nat Jones
CARD OF THANKS

I Gamma Alpha Chapter of Post convention highlight ia the tia Bannister, Artie Richardson, And His Band
I wish to express my heart- Iota Lambda Sorority 1' readying boat cruise to Nassau Many res> Rose Jones, Ann Smith.
felt thanks and appreciation to for its 21st National Conventionto |i crvations are already in, and this Seated, left to right: Sorors NEW SHOW TIMES
the many friends I who were so be held in Miami August 0- promises. to be a gala affair. I Juanita Matthew, Vashti Cole-
kind to me during my illness. 13 The headquarters for the Gamma Alpha Chapter, hos- man, Linnie Carey, Cynthia Thur. Mldnlte Ramble
Special thanks to the doctors convention is the St. John Bap- tess for 21st National Convention Bethel, Florence Holloway, Win- 12 M idnlt.Fri. .
and nurses at Mt. Sinai (Hospital tist Church. August 913. Left to right, ifred Cox, Faye S. Clarke, Dana ., Bat., Bun 10:30: 1.3
1. to my pastor, Rev. L. A. Iota Phi Lambda is an organization standing: Sorors Janlc 11. Reeves! Chapman Loraine Rolle, Ar- Sun. 0.11.1Admission
Thompson and the officers and of businG women. It was Lucretia C. Eve, president; Por- thest Hubert.

members of Temple Baptist founded in Chicago June, 1929, _. I .. _. .. .
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Church the Ministers and Dea- by Mrs. Lola M Parker, a business I 75c
cons' Union of Atlantic Cdast
woman, and six other women -
Association and the Sunday who were engaged in similar TABLES FREE
School and BTU Congress; jthe occupations. Iota aim to j
fraternal orders and others too improve interest in business education For the most
numerous to mention May God high school and
among Outstanding show in
bless you. college girls. DOE-CHAInc. Miami Today Visit The
T. Bonivy I' Iota also strives to develop
1820 NW 5th place
leadership among its members
and to give mutual assistance to
members engaged in business and, JIMJAM
Downtown Barber professional activities. The sorority Real Estate Rentals
encourages all its membersto
Shop learn new methods and tech-
,iiques In business operations. It
Get your hair processed also seeks to add prestige to the 1009 N.W. 2nd Ave.
and be well groomedCall field of bulness. Our goal is to
instill in the minds of women
for appointment who have cho en: business as
their careers, the desire to
FRanklin 9-9261 achieve success in the business Phone ,FR 4-0028-PR 4.3853 CLUB
world and to make whatever
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707 N.W. 2nd Ave.A9 contributions possible to the <. 1900 N.W. 75th St.
everchanglng socio-economic
patterns MIAMI 36 FLORIDAA9
.' of the times. Phone PL 9-6651
Many activities are plannedfor
the conventionand accord- We cater to private I

REGISTER ing to the National President, parties, organizations,
Mrs. Marion II. Jackson Iotas etc.The .

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NORMAL ed after a careful study by the/
M l 1 R 1 ltielf' MrjHT FLA. Students, the faculty and the admimstrjjtive ,
4 FN1 Of : HALTS SUMMERCONVOCATION council of'the coV;
PA F BAq sA M. J t.y. ft et1I1 r 1 lege ft V .

-- --- ---- - ---- - -- --- -- -- The summer convoputi
held only tr those who'pdu
ra prn ,.t, aamertt 8 St. Augu ne');;BeginningigHtjiistnal ,ted in t after corr a kig
unmer Florlcb Nlrmal their soute e' tudy irt-the aum- Memorial College ,will
rr f mar session etter eling
I exepctse'sonl ;
commencement
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Dr., Ut W.,
. once; 'a. year. ; ibler for trd
H r. president of toe college '
lets toe"May r
large-city f *thf
ounced. Upt *( :it,ear
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d has beiB. fcavein
leinent lres
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MOST OF THE erudite and b.orde babm a iOn's UD O o. 0 ".. "
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raucat:64Ul: : 'ftwrfngs Thathare m44 I t1 i1 found m I I I.d.
!een MItten here for the sake olpo u rmke. Atlanta, SK .... ion to'. die tiJiu4t;

.ter i>, and *h>cb you have >:11y NO'1' Seattle ,fo owing r CCf"(,pcatin' 'tea b..
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beef tis joyed
by'Chicago
acrt&S Cttler : .:(
were not actual: all my think- thai \ S! ; .
are
mg. "c wAAa t S'CTO I*" *e lake to pass tl ,and t 'i r 1-: i.I. )
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for ; : A
no's Jay Eu? WeU, h a Here i* one % :Ji>>t ,'SInu .
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close friengGICUrIX.tiF3otn) ( yoU a realist mdt .- '. ,I., '. .f.Jf'
shine to. '" .. .. .. !iO' "
taken a fence ,
we have ai prbp 14 the L' ", > AS LUVYJ ; '''! :
PerhapjlfI't'J>; isyadU p ll fe is a Ifs in th ( .. '':1. ''. 'J '"", (' .
counlt -
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out subSquen9Prfl ju t th'I'typ "Jbf y 'fJbcJk 1 8i14t : '!-; $1 9 95 (-' : 1.1. t'::' 00.1' ,

labeled him, Iiii< west, ,tr..r: . '
Old: J. B., as we e ; : 'Ii'
considers Bfb 4UR.L4itdlOFfMrt 31911;, au y1Me \ lcJlt "'
fellow and world traveller; Italy, cm Sr(Wr ,

Fran .#.rn 3pYp maJ'1 +:tHe rrorl. nt
sect r'Owit fl4e
spent four years as a spe l em to.be laced/ by j. wYurnr ;;
delegate for the US Army tothe D3 ; Cates in the nest 20 ,
QI: Ylsft438.411 .4g. j--Ii t $93.7$. predominant theme J/ Jtrm..y.U1'(.: t 1 t

J. B. suggested for this week's $44615, | over papers Americ was%' Unfurnished $24 week

coiumn an > sue or controversy ngh Iwhf > of values and di- Apt,. I
we generally! .ko I'tOtikJ !Car- ti1In |

room eb. f'rs "ptJVutiau..wintl! g L I second picked largest inflation group as SEE SAM B. SOLOMON AT "1. ,1 '
here since we d'on\ I
c.al i issuesor; t'tIrw- tirtrlg'W'f'a-1! \. storm't n' pI;blej' wpiie [1'1'!

unless rTts" ti-hteal-m-> it I! big ',..r. Oft I BONDED COlIFCr/ON/ AGfWCV etrit it 'snr8' ;

vein ., /A a I '1V.; J.aaa oPe $ uu
Recently ih B and I were sip- n 1 nhvrnU :'"ji..i . rn: n'i'r'PHONEcFRo3441Si'? dhu ;nsm
t" TarU"'bstro whicV" Mu' reii6rtr thathss 1163, N.W.3rd AVENUE 'r 'J rii
ally bWfl1ai: r.fori p urprismlQl ew H9T'd d" tbe.'highl ;,tit ,cR shdms.I tb'i ,1 ii,
blurted ",1' '.ttave.bedjreadq S sb C "'' of ally nation :.. c _-' ",;"- :- flV 1 bntiA
your column'Te.oeaJy: ramh olk-I t arc i tnge UrBe'itAtrr W 'teWAher W ;" 1..

ed that yoUjhaye' l b en, elaborat-i i affstArBigl; >1,4961 A 1 na-
ing on thoft6s igftston! lW' a ing noybl"" *? -Un SS these &I zorfin: ,
column, I have been giving you."' bfa .r 'tR "<," n i: t 'I 1r I s
Kind of teeing a little guilty Iabou fair* to their
r-Sm1tig'1! 's'Tdeai'tbr'JT eroding the free SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLQfffffQ ii
column thereby amasong such at We learn from the world nuclear- i iI j

trontndous followers ot'-Jotorr' EjS at Mr, Van go .-hip, I PSYCHIC READER fy q Iinf oDrr
wee tidbits that we ordered'' u of 6 months was laid on
a cr pIe T8'eJlaVO &OllJHted: 1 ier Mr. Al is so named in ,hon-
him shere his ego affects rim hu better in a I Savannah,: the first
the .osaV{? MJ< :lMAjU909 ail Mrs. V Lt < the Atlantic stream ld rv! ,111t
I'm a blank, what wouldyousugg dodo on, the other i ir that stfttefl: )4a72 tso r: .wr Ii
+ t for JtoirWirrfaffS( 10-i o 6 rift I if 1.1). l.

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sonv 1i ing t i) 'Y4 v- y d man's 1J; E rti.1 n (L ",tit
er t> k t1 O B! q tf beyou b eel shotgun I -, <
I an t&iicH upon atpaps dijfk for S { P ICfiUt qn I Iln
you work tor," ; their ,:,d
"I1 y. Busf. gossip OF)QIOCERIEa i ...:,111UI.IU
r aMut their
t for mA; "tifJ"ff'1J.orebeer i S METIC8. (
taRe with lh
frien"N he o ..t, I, : -{

w, here's the dope. There lahl' ',. f't< ., ...J 20 ..r'lc H r
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are boy Aogrr3Pl3i3411rus$ ; _..l' ) a }y1 ,
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com; nics .u oy? agents cpl- rr. ________
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lect ver $1 rJ.oOb' fi ft P1tom- 'R wr r 1T +
mun weekly mostly on sick r A my year of Experience Bin and" O tnyou'trq h lf i"itjJ '
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and ccidenj l t lGJMHl/rhi'WFCK'3 I a., a Lightho a guldiprthe sh p 4 a storm ;01..": '
right because this is a country of
elf '
free peechlnftab! > Ga18rl1reetitonn' t r I. FAIL YYI fi u u, .a J

corn, ,up 'Jpnrua ' L BELL Strccest in Business:,And -Lmae *.) u a nJ ri jioJblfl

"T s i is my artD SH I th \ .. CON LT HER' '' '' '"" ar :
it'smorr prey flt cJL U: H \43; Brtna In the .tchd w vu. ru+ ,1 .don 11, ,d 1 UHJiin
g you can see these white I tfasNCNl. GlwaI die; can nowjavl homeJutsttdehetpy a .u:19: si
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gen cm iiryf i a Hrropu i H!>ohe'ii .. b Cci iw" Idle .tb ? tut.Pioel. yow>lorigwanted> d it{ b9 1 eooyaDonStay
folk apartment rp&.fdhome at "" = ; jjij..H ejT8t< etout, now dull ma6 mi6 ''OJ toBy
6.30 nd 7:00: ajn as if they are the '
a mJfriber of that family leadrz help 4of God ah can helpiyou i*>-oi ?nju ty ,, I A

for i >>rk. That night these ( Y.s 1{l iemove" evil ;Influence if ,. lb aqlstT .bnud lu ud
icI' tlworrsedoriau
agen are back..at other Xpmesmg + you al'tttt; b'Jiuafjjnq:
at d k. kndll c7rfr6jdtf'anente trouble bnt uni>vot> iul zs 1x i :
st&itdingraao" SI11I16JMJiI , .r FINE SHOE REPAIRING; ,L is .1aob 1i 1 k,C: 1 lq;
g; / ..a.oWe ... 1 t It will pay you to call and see this Gifted. M.dlum-Ftr.t -
utes Electing two bits on f pol- Save Your Souls-While You;' W t /: "When
icy 89101. i/m thousands come yearly for help and advice, you too can,
be touched this mysterious r' i ..J
"O Coloboda8gatiH doa'dn'tdare Shoe Shined and Dyed by strange pewter '
nowadIH fllIl ui' iri .
: '( di iiugin d 'r: Yun
he same in 'white town.'. 570 N.W1Jit&twrAVENt1! 91 xn'I'iJ' IJPI: -9190 I 'I W1IX1 GO ''THROU ?pFEuNFiAPPYt u1 11. I IJ

but be i 1r 1 g mWe d'toh" tit ..y ,0O? :ttiAil! oj n'' I I.b'J s'a iHit beta ,m.'(ou11 s 'U61/ uaGod \y fo deilwreed Moses dHd'tHWircHY' ( Veit i1ra ljt, )i.9i
e Pf old'is tUI ally and'' z .LL n )ntrr
Yoday will
>dbe o
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trodi ed to whUtirtBfwnmces be- ... thd't/1ot+Dle1l4en''of illfel L'et''not h1M ; Sfb14 d **,r ;rjoy'
u Olio WI 'J a "' 1L..J i in(1
fore compan1esc: o" aouf, ; s10 :. sYlr ; i"&I'- lyou ittunble'with{ Mm.po oil' snit 'fd rs 1 bns,1ua.afi

Negr '1 -1A J fl r,1 tMI rlJ: E.I.S" )!tnl. G ::II .A .1 v911 n r ,Isq
"H v many Colored1"Agents f J." ; ',)14 "I: ) ". ybw A 'doubt I II the ex'J 1st n''of,t r gy peeaweiyou'asnneb ewo nwnTa'

do t se companies employ? Not : r, thenif iaiJq tll alqmoTi to a urn'' m

'narydo 'me. Magi; :tlifiUma1erc 5 & lOc STORE Who you think of th1 Ibvlstbl.yis0 ::11 IJ d'J'au
?' these thousands or dol- M Wireless '
lars o thatJnAAeJttJJOKJtbe: r. ; 'fblephonei' Radio .rid Telavf r1P A bns not .:).,Ju./\
::00 N.W. ord Ave. rhone
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comm nity All go into the 1"1( 3:9'48'I1 wed before It ,iprogU, (tleieo, ceiedpa er ,'JfH PlrAlitf dirk: uonaz
I whit scct1ontarmfe ftol the lidlmlJo
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"A 1 to show how this sub-1 Suits ................ ,. Baby Underthlrta 29ePlattlc UWWf( 'tjv rtWlioseii. pTtoate cU IITHE

j Jectverti! (Tect ouAXIow1 B iuc i ndmwr I s Dresses ..........._.. 1.00 / Drapes ......._....... 87c 11SungUwes oneultattioill-evoltr.- thorn
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pe get .
from these Wdwrit< ..I fo:t3wh sell 1 u .S.f. rdshi fdstdl rdfn dlnJ. ,,
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more egn(_ t t j pe n.$. :: = Mrs : : 102 rl 2allvr lv 9 a ttul, 'h'e a

You k your boss I r Halters and Colored 2 ft fr atidn ?I TLS, 'r0 tOtnce

"I ..Insurance Shorts ... .... 9c i 9 _
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your vife by her first name, p Y Diaper Shirts .... 39c Men's Socks. ea. ............ 35o / 9d 1199 7 1 ;i 1
mind vent. Good or SHflJ ) er' |I I 181 Shor6G3F. 101-8( QO-A'o ,'JI r9I1Qg91.00I I
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home when } eAif %nOf} Ir pllclty < Sold ; _
busin ss right .at the dporl"w! I v ry day Monday thru Friday, 8 a.m. 7:30: p.m. Saturday .

Wt thottPW'r; B. 71 t'1dCn\- Till 9 pm. -Closed/ Sundays ts n MAR, Rt
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8 SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1958 Broward

County IBCTY0Iv.11
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News a p$6ATRE


Around Miami.
I . ByWalter NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.

Bowe
By DAVE -Mr Swing) BONDU
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,..... all to know that I am getting The Broward County Beau FRIDAY SATURDAY I
..' homesick for Miami, and if this ticians, according to the presi-
THERE a.r e man will turn us loose, maybe dent, Mrs. Fannie Williams, are
many Island In ,- ou'il get a chance to see Chickle making plans for the National ; Not tlnco
the.. world, but.: for a week cr t.vo before he Convention which will convene "BlackboardJungle"
In my opinion, > 'j. leaves for Washington D. C. in Miami beginning I flIIiIQO )
Island wit i h 4 Monday'l such
Remember, I said maybe . I July 28 and ending
much to offer Since my departure from Miami,I All members are asked to attend t- I tthattertngdrama
When Chickie
we have met some very n 1 c e i iI I AN ALBERT ZUGSMITH PRODUCTION
and I came ov- !
people you may know, such as:
tw M.M.a CWrj. + s a...
er the water we The Honorable Gerald Cash;I Mr. and Mr:. Cleveland Mose- i
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knew that our] Skip Hall, head of the Immigration ley and daughter, Gloria, of'
Job in the Sky- Dept.; Mr. Cooper and Mr.I Newark, N.J., are visiting Mr.
lark Clvfo would be a paid vaca- Hepburnfl members of the Cus-, and Mrs. Zeke McCoy of 504 NW
tion and we would see many toms Dept.; Miss Rita Foley' 1st ave., Hallandale. Mr. Mose- III.ndlelJ"
-Wanre face. . This is veryuntru' chief nurse on the S.S. Florida; ley is Mrs. McCoy's brother. "t;
We ran into Oliver and Mr. Arnold, purser of the S.S.,I I ,v l
Maxine Page and their kids Florida, and one of the "reavi-:1: The Chamber of Commercewill --=--- The Ntvor( - ,
Officer B. J. Guilford and his est" Masons I've ever had the meet at the home of Leon q. Of The UK) .
lovely: wife. From Fort Lauder- pleasure of meeting (the Brothers -' Barry, 5335 SW 20th St. in Carver DANA ANDREW Epic
dale, Jimmie and Marge Dallas will know what I mean); and i Ranches Monday, ,July 28, I II I. Z Great Indian Battle.
(Jimmy owns O'Dell's there) I also met the vice ;resident of I I I 8.30: p.m. All members are asked -' Filmed In All The .
and with them were Helen West, the P&O Steamship Co., Osbornr to be present. I KENTSMITHDiACRim .
Dora Akins, both of Pittsburg, and the Company's Attorney, | Earth-Spanninp Power ot1
Pa. and friends of: Alice and Dee Mr. Steel. I I The Light I,
Dee Darr, were here . David No. 38 will meet Sunday, July ClHEUASCC!
Paschal, band master at Northwestern YES, NASSAU !Ie the place to 27 at the Masonic Temple on .rwti, fr. .
High was on hand to meet new and interesting people,!' Pembroke Road. All members ....."a1'" CQUK.ttUOt
participate: in the gay festivities and to greet old friends . Sol I are asked to be present at 3:00: I UNITED MTIST8
of the island. come on over. "Shall I get pjn Obediah Ferguson, A. M.,
ready? Are you bringing it over?'. Commander.
WITH ALL of these familiar (hope you know the telephone I SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY
faces around, it's like being Joke and won't be left out of "Kings Go Forth"At
home with extra added attrac- I these last two questions. If you
tions such as the Skylark' Club, I don't ask the old lady or ask me
The Cat and Fiddle, Chez Paul when I get back). Till I see you, Ritz Aug. 1 I
Metres, Captain Kidds, The Ba remember, Live Life, Every
Ma Club Crazee, Arnold Flowers Golden Minute of it. PEACE. War has ripped the screen before -
place and, of course the beach.So love has crossed color
if you're planning a trip this Insurance Agency lines before but never like
way, stop in all of these places the story of two American sol
and see some good shows and Course OfferedThe diers for an American half-I
meet your friends from home. Negro girl who lives a lonely'life .'
with her mother on the
evening division of North- I Iday.s
ONE OF THE 'owners of the western Senior High School is French Riviera during the last
of War II. This is
Miami Carver Hotel is here taking registrations for S cla'sin World
the theme of the production,
(Mr. Harrow) and is being escorted the Principles and Practices of ; L s i4c
"Kings Go Forth, which will 1
over the island by BasilJ. Insurance for Agents.
Friday Aug. 1 at the Ritz
+ Sands, top notch real estate This course has been approvedby open ,
Theatre. Frank Sinatra, Tony
man. Something is in the wind ? the Insurance Commission of I S/
Curtis and Nathalie Wood are co-
the State of Florida as prescribed -
starred. Sinatra considers his role ,
WE WOULD like to training, to prepare studentsto
expressour
in "Kings Go Forth" his m o s t I
thanks to the Tribune and talke the state examinations for exciting and Important one k rS
the Nassau Guardian for the nice insurance agents. It is also designed since his memorable portrayal of
publicity! they are giving us . to train prospective in- Maggio in "From Here to Eter-
i Nassau's Best Shake Dancer: urance workers in the various nity."
Goomby Fire Dancer, Becky . branches of a general insurance
Nassau's Best Vocalist: Richie I agency, including casualty, fire,
Delmonnie . Nassau's Best marine, fidelity, and surety insurances The Magnificent Brat who gave .
Drummer: Peanuts Taylor . also sale manship and instruction. a bigheaded Wg shot the kick of Q
Pretty Girl of th Week: Shirley insurance office management. CItizen. interested in attendingthis his life..taught a feudin'famDy
Adderiey (Nassau) .. and Mrs. Satisfactory completion of this class should call PL 45191or
Ulerlc (Joan) Ferguson . Policeman course will entitle tudents to go to the main office; at about fua..and a sophUttcated
of the Week: Officer apply: for permission to take Northwestern Senior High School lady about love!
Willie Calhoun. the state insurance examination 7W7: NW 12th ave., between the
for agent's license. hours of 2 pan to 10 p.m.
WORD COMES to me that the The class will begin as soon as ,
"Big M" is tossing the Joy Juiceat a sufficient number: of student .!:..... '...... _...: ....m.II. : URT MASTER
the Carver. What happened to regisUr; the cost will be ap-
Charles Miller ? ? ? I want you proximal-ly $10 for 240 hours of'' A'R.COND1'fIONEDCAPITOL

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GUNSIGHT RIDGEwith

Joel McCrea
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WAR HAS RIPPED THE SCREEN 'BEFORE LOVE Summer'

HAS CROSSED COLOR LINES BEFORE BUT with Joanne Woodward

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JULY 27 28. 29
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'SADDLE THE WIND' eyes again...

Robert Taylor
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The BahamasBy Modern andComplete SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1958 PAGE 9

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-- By A. H. McKENZIE

..-.....- \...._._.._...._._.-__.......................... complete One of Institutions the finest and of most final

/The strike at the Nassau Hotel .ne of the largest crowds of resting places is Evergreen Me- COMMUNITY RESTAURANT
ended on July 14 after 11 days spectators to be seen at a cricket morial Cemetery of this com-
July 11 more than hundred match in munity. Located between NW
On the
Bahamas
saw a 41st 2234 N.W. 62nd Street
and 43rd
workers crossed the picket line most exciting game played between streets and 30th I
to the Bahamas and 32nd avenues, in Browns-
defiance Fed St.
in eratlon of Labor. Randol Fawkes, nard on Sunday.Agnes The and game St. Ber-end- ville, Evergreen is easily one of "We specialize in all kinds of foods"
the
president of the Federation, and ed In a draw. Both sides were kind most to be beautiful places of its Home-made cakes and pies, etc. pigeon peas and
found
anywhere.In .
Garth Wright, secretarytreasurer good with St. Agnes still leading rice fried chicken ham
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accompanied by Milo But- the series by two points and one addition to a cost a* lowas
ler, went to the scene to make more game to go. St. Agnes has any in this community, Ever- beer sodas sandwiches of all kinds
investigation, but were ordered not lost a game this season. green offers a feature uncommon -
,from the premises by the mana- with most other institutionsof Phone NE 4.9465
ger. Refusing to move, they were Mrs. Ophelia Rolle died dur- its kind. Each time a gravo
escorted to their car !by the po- ing the week following an operation space is purchased for burial a<
lice.The at the Princess Mar- Evergreen, the next of kin of
Bahamas, Trade Union garet Hospital. the deceased for whom the space
Congress has been organized, was purchased, receives a bur-
with H. H. Minnis as provisional Paula Kerry Knowles ial deed On the space. The space
chairman. :Whether this new year-old daughter of Mr., seven-and thereby bcomes the pro;, erty of Adderly's Sundries
movement will administer sleep- Mrs. Eu ine Knowles, and the next of kin, and cannot be
ing pills to the influence of tne student of Mrs. Edith McShane a used for any future burial with-
leaders of the Federation, is not did the unusual when she made' out his specific consent. The Hot Dogs Sodas Candy Ice Cold Watermelon
known yet. 100 percent in the Trinity Col- I space is also marked out on the !;
lege of Music piano porte :,I official plat of the cemetery Beer and Wine T
practical .
On July 10 Mercedes Rolle I I
examination on July 12 in A
complete cross reference,
added to the list of those
was who learned the hard way thatit the Initial Division. Seventy- including the number of the lot, 2101 N.W. 3rd Avenue
nine
other pupils of various the location and all other information -
is not legal or easy to do the teachers took the I
exam in the on the space are recorded -
"numbers business" in Nassau different divisions. and placed In Phone FR 4.8877
a handy
She was arrested! and fined $280 I file where ouch information can
for operating in Mason's Addi-
be obtained in a few seconds.
tion. I
The deed is also recorded at'' IIaJIIIJdta.......,..JIJIJI wa :IJ a s.xaarwxauuossaxaxamaxx' ; kJI.Jrl ,..1iI1Ii
The annual conference of the the Dade County courthouse. A I
Bahamas United Baptist Mis- family never loses a grave at .,
sion, the Rev. Sands, moderator, Evergreen.The i WORLD FAMOUSWMBM
convened at Zion Baptist Church I
July 15-20. A number of dele- cemetery is completely
gates were in attendance from ? equipped with a total of 48 !s
the Out Islands. The conferncegave sprinklers. The water which,
three scholarships to the flows through the sprinklers is I
Govrnment High School and to 1 Yx chemically treated in order to I
St. John's College. present any form of rusting of I
r the grass. It aho has a unique eo -
Barrister L. O. Pindling, MHA, ,,111.}<'i music system which can I
flew to Turks Island last weekto be heard all over the park with ALL ,STAMP VAMPSBe
defend Timothy Williams in ..' \ appropriate records for all types

the Supreme Court. It is believed .' \ of funerals. I sure to hear about the
that this is the first time J There are also modern ladies'
during the past century that a a \ and men's rest rooms, large
Bahamian !barrister has appeared ( ,: ,, cemetery tents!, automatic low- I 15,000 C- T-5'5 !
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before the Turks Island Bar J '; ering devices and all other v
equipment for well lit
necessary a
The wedding ceremony of Miss appointed iccmetery. Listen Daily ,to WMBM
Fredericka Xurnquest and Geo. '
Courtney tooflc place Sunday 4 -- Evergreen is a member of the
o.m. at St. Agnes- Church with ...,:, American Cemetery Association I 800 on Your Dial
the Rev. John E. Taylor as ogle which speaks for Its establishedhigh
brant. The church was beautifully The third annual Musical: ethics. c t1[ [K .LNKKK IKrKKKKKKKK'tKK c.'fYIMtKK LKKKKK RKK K[IM

decorated for the occasion Soiree sponsored by the George lllio,._ __ __ -
by the Modem Nunsery, Lollie, Washington Carver Branch ""Y'w1ll
Davis, proprietor. be held Sunday, Aug. 17,
4-7 pm in the spacious garden WAR HAS RIPPED THE SCREEN BEFORE-

Clarence Lorenzo Saundersof : of Mrs. Clora M. Pearsall, 2250
Miami and the Bahamas, was I NW 60th st., according to Arlington the'- LOVE HAS CROSSED COLOR LINES BEFORE
chairman
Sands, of
married on July 19 to Miss An
nie Rowena teacher. Brown Their ,engagementdated a BahamIan Soiree committee. II -BUT NEVER LIKE: THIS!

The program this year will -
back some 30 years ago.'feature the compositions of |
They are botk 61. Ludwig Von Beethoven. Arthur |
Evans of Northwestern High
The Stipendiary and Circuit School will serve as program
Magistrate M. J. Thompson took coordinator and music consul- ;'
his Bench this week after a tant. '
well deserved vacation.
Other appointments include:
The Summer School for R. F. Byrd, refreshments; E. L.
Teachers was opened on Mondayby Davis and F. B. Neasman, arrangements -
His Excellency the Governor and Miss Helen M
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at the Western Senior School. Dorsett, publicity.
Charles Bethel, chairman of the
Board of Education, presided.Hon. I
Gerald Cash the vote I "Last night she wat ,
gave
of thanks. Advertise It Pays!: ;; r good enough for you.,.

.. lastintght her skin was
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.If taWdaotiwiM blood test. Thei umOFJe'r!; d ltitdtnll 1 ttfn + riYd' ( JQR CDOlb
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slctt'' d ./ fllAous filltwing flashed thtOO'gh W9U lade!
sI'Ad d tia 'A.t.t.. gl'rJl..4Io.' : y ;)
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>3 al left the act.'E over the zoning edict that allowed imU Ev i'1 nenWhBI1s1forx'[ l ( VinYl r sn1 U j owl A'I LlIII.J1N.SU: n ''N'l'P: { In9m vom
several l.hite-gration 1s1 f4ht HteJ( ; ? l i' Irpl alit gals
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arslghted; 'wltlSprn l'eairef2 -(lo') xJlnl1T sri! nl3. it/qJ9JtE4 1 aw .19'( a' onl{
single, eni lal1'Jul v5rCE and Guitar which ns;.'(1tffl :b'o: cdf44 letelgpl! blittd! ;Jjl ,q IfJyoy chavifl jcId Merl 6AJe.vv9. can TTOTtu y u
SWEETS ( r.J 9J 'lAa sr:r IuL + plrQrgr9i i
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I-I-IOTT J. pmm : PYarrc to r l3rcHht his own. 1 ?fiM, a ; J;: e r ',u(!fi; /1 YqHqeqDE,(jt1 1 Iir1h( tMft atGdv8 tmedthsdt01prns91 odw
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d his post as chief marshallof t Wks}, Etf 4asnultl>a,1. 9f '911j ob iE9 10 1 s 91 loa a1 SiI
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ie annual Orange TOflftBl tt tST UflJwdftYTON'S son, her ltJt, 9DE1r': sli! : ;gepem4s f pit o.rtS' ER 1 12 If1I 11 sH)(0.11 M9d un"J
Cl 'c parade. The newsfttan,: second child, was born In Morocco. W cf' JlJ; {n l j3i1 SeA :rtbefI J I L -bs : 2SW 9eta

ho the w er. remains a member ol The *son* ?, 'tu w To"PMt' 4Jdoeti' I Open Dally- and Satu Ja Ao \n W! nl 8n"B19 noit 101'N

.r get yyiU> .:bcallawad sto dcd.de: rL; :R (J'i.r'Iq: ( l tlr..1,1 I bb: oc1' 645 .W 6 4
0' tKr f u' 35b1T'&bNtL whether he wants to become an Jjlo.e wt{ ; othatlwhiteJLtcJll< ; ., tthh, treet"i'.h.i 10 99: lA1 m1 1f. 6 T
and Willie Fenderson arefast American or a Moroccan. ArezJh9'A'Iwhg havei nouaight lu n I II' [, :''' 1i'4J rieQjjffefttf

planning a trip tot t1lv-oU,r)' f1 :5 CIV.t r I' ]!Ifor t'ne pupils of the eye isnbiack 'a., ,nuia--.-
The middle-aisle trek- 'S1&1<< I And they are the fountains of : '
BETTY JENKINS, the South ; & / 1I riaiuilO JzWqeQ nolX iaf b9n9vno3I
c sometime in late August. er Unhrersity JL958 grad, has > 5 'Jlgtitfltr,: ain'jrnao; : .'JII'I ?\.11'1 x ft >m j jabb lo ivimua A .OS-E1 1uL
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own r of Charlie's j .T 3vrn,M'.. Floral Park yof'T }V1 d Er'N )E91&
bee and wine nitery, and beau- elementary, Grace Albert, prlnr -', r'po JWlt' >'
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Olilla Hunlt, longtimeswe .
teoif the Fall. 9g /
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swe decided that 2 can : onclrrzr 0 .E2G1kVHA : d

live las cheaply a?....1...'rh e-. "'""*- ifij&.rW. O. ERRYS (he'e the / # Y1'Vr Jlt'01JSPIr.uru, rtr ill ,AHI !gnl bhl4 .0 .J lstztllsQ
ded air's addresstIlM: : '\ yth 1si\sLts; th4ctor of Debbie's rfUvr 9hsq{ 9fl 'l'.iVt 111> bland 111 I ICll }199 141 IuT ol well
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FRIENDS :fu_ rIips 1ts g 1t9&trY. It's a 9noiqu2srii 9dit
: girl, :Adrian Yaukeh, born Sun- ''It" "251fV, ; ';'1911'9g1CT ) 1Eill Si8iriJ jBrif baarii
whejftier or nit Lean {WWRL) &y Jl&[ jpftWt ( the Net tk 4fib'iPt.Isan .ah-, 'J ksoflTl tfll 1 lids iem Only "nw0! ll.f1:11"'D: i vt '(YOivr19dicY : or, ; r ,( r 9l d nstmsdsC
noufcer who uso f oc ''ft'Ve w 'g l j If "t4b"IJI 14wvib do119w I II j; .isti basfaI ciuT aiolsdecause b9py
*a Moore, is the former daughter, Iva Rosetta, 'became ( //l1 t tey- anoountspibbow
Floifca newspapenwraMW ( jhgr 'ihQtffiJj; J rdl; McDuffie ina -e SERV'pt! J, b.J. oft (qu'' . ) onor 197 arlTTIfilM
picturesque Catholic ceremony I iWi6ALM sllUNbl7hebef
BOB ELLIS, the tailor_J>t I q yEtCtr,11C"1f19} optrf1 pi i7Vns7rr7: L\I: 1 (9n iiuo3
Ki Clothiers, has openld'tti? UjY Ffi?ERg ARE Asking why e! HOUSE WIRING : I1 Quon ..m.qnJ90
ownj tailor .hop along one Of did the 'boy friend of that doc I badalld-GJag! ell i :xuoqa;: rlo! I: Ea o.f alto veFI 9diId
T.UbaervMr.Cti JnlliJJi1n.arte.r.l: ,, tor's receptionist: twhlp:S!1'r3' + vs ''Don t cuss Call usmta! I ifJt.J8be.t iidi ed'eri g4gg, VlSr'r'& llftlJJCe T ,insid
I Northwest_62nd St. Ellis, hubbyof severely during last week that PHONE NE S.anSM 0 'i 1 anoga a n1o2 5pIas77o 9r b +tlfu!
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cation In New York I I1O in good, homecooked p 9d7s9J nslm9tlT

City. LITTLE LONA CULMER, 4_ meals, be sure to ad beJabu1
visit 910 (et1 i'I
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r anaged the Mar a d Mrs } ] 0' J 1 i2 9fiTI

beth H el, and a st 3x AsAt"a HE c o JaliaigaMlonsli
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Dorseynow I Hotel ascharge Eld

Hotel's i ar, restaur of Bt,: stagy a C eke bias : 9seb 115wJ
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1 orley and .1 bill, r for fl'h r.v: >ritey-0. ; ;, eat of t9hr.liJ
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the sch >1 marls,, aft 1 p 1 a '$ French, fried, pommes buoU:
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' RT E FR4-2376 k f ptuE& cTeils: yausany, :, 3
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a Mi <; CI ehs1 Yop wish to k"w, 1rjt4fulti q

l house ght fot 3a4yr tpnOusiWI1\{ mwobn3N
It will the ,
iNegroington t ever ) matter what YOUr91 ", .ia"'w.{ b

ve, the tre. EIJATAO 666 Liquid YHOT3jU9 Tu"y 7tH ,.,,,.,,,, 1.25 will I help youl! 0uiJ ttatsnlt(69er( \MoMr01MliHiY .al.f.kt'

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THMON MASe
PAA rlffl i OI l TpSKauffci I .60 change*, wlllt, mortgage, law article,
fbfctjrfO.lH5SS hidden treaaure. SATISFACTOtttQQtAftfbtflTEEDI
Nassau oday lo VoM.aBJl.!!!. !.4GAMErI1t1929 *
the fir leg of a 2-week Vaca-
l tion thaco will wind up in MexiA3 >q BOA 3 Vt fuel ou.Acky our Qucky I
v 1 'a 00 > a s lvumN
City
o Ks 6.2.98
Tw 'r 1.60 one In trouble turned aJ21 iI n4'4JftM'br without money
e THO AND HAZEL 8DZRS Pr ate A Confidential
ReadlBA4Uadlng for White 11Od1d90 AOflUB8fl3T31 8Y
1th their ,
(bade li n their s .., ar 2.a9 0ots

Lion ape at American B e arc .) .... Permansat XJJ s U'us 16, paae 3 '
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gchoolnu m and her Stateploymen M.BQtd Q$ tt l3 i iRlml..1OI T8 3JJIVN08)1 l.

hubby ubot91gT3 01W dllalfE.i1W 3JroM 1 td aZ 1 o N.W. 27thaAttnw vjJAT Miamli hz J
at the. ernand -
tort, folowed with 2 days en-1 t301 rd AT'nu" ours: Dally and 8unda J V'a. to'8 p mosed TresdsysWtIe

s Joyiixg the confines of Daytona wiSi i IH r 1d.M FR 3-9458 or FR 4-2376 b1HSkE12R4te d'IN tSiA1T HHT
Beach Sanders'
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Washington, July 20 Senator .a1 iding trans-
TRhtr F" "Kennedy (Dent:. $ tad orup,
Tie tT fo e l ii, gib
Mass.) today su p- DELTAS TO Tornadoes Announce and r i f ..Vr

port torney of enera"t reaUI1hhls e T4t intervene ,- 'HOI Football nuaKeyt lie M. II n-

.taraJLftivl>,,:RlriceedingrfateTJiHn p CO! Beapatjsorod ,
callW for re.1

vision of Senate Rulei}' tp.eptf\ the IN J3 er T Washington III ol uliami.
filibuster. Senatof 'Kennedy! also Tornadoes ha h
urged action,*!?* biaranUdyna- Wa + = e ERfinfc fchedule? !Tfae menu ifetthemthem oeeass
mite bill, wlli h wouW make ita Wday football |7, Mldjhflu I friedvSchlckenr potato
federal criminal offense to >Va t ltbf 2 pfTan63aMiJDAsey'iv lad, hot rolls sand honey, cup s a
damage ranblrfd&rfcjn:
schools, church and other ,property itati rentionatle aibert) invil e,"' 1Sorsey riin ADtOt REIl I&SIoqCO
y'I"'/ xd1 losi\js'\. <, !' Hotel in WashingtA sties 1 pd t in C- tii -iIA Uld< iJU"HnOW baa
LIt1 USt 17. stlc4 $ ttrYiitnCingwob -- U'HIursn: ,
In a statement to a Massachusetts 001,1 IBS. ) 00A, rt nodCJ
,State, NAACP. ,meetingin ...Abotn' d4px t eiegates, area' Tampa, L tnti isq 00 f ,ritlniut ; u rick l8 Dillard Iii
Boston, the Senator said Title petted"1lik'tee iaUon's Capitlel p e' etrtlflrstooQadIle.egabti131 s tdnulde -d1' "I mp\
III wftteft t 417 triekar 11Viil tr Ucipat*' the, weeko's ; dnrosoipltkr .tllii QhlcArbnksc4oq JJ3WW
Bill ed" erLtmnstIiiodtpofinaI' asrt N \ 1I3t1WgA.eplalralnlmtr.
ights o J9.U.Quld ttk s
bevlw itten iSttlKM 1>yahi ext of t a 1 iW'rJ, ",, red their tflP ttisH 60aptaomrs. .. -a1telntmba boa Inld'J ,t lood:)!
Cong SSP This measure would i p xtlt dl i d'lu :; ...J. It.!.. ,f iTitLaa4ndjjsbHs. at1sls: Holt
ch ons, recitals, batteti k tta Limos Rp }inorrg aaplot3 tau ,TtaatrVl (8a 'nsdlA .JZ ot
give er'fi.ttQfP.mo.Mr; ,'
MAMVU U iiy Nov. '20;: iHkUUlUTiC, 1(00affiOO'1 (
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is. '- I Robinsnn.charlag..w, thMr.1.lAlZ earefUlI
thorit; to intervene with in- a <.1!:...Jersey Park. (homecoming+,) {!
juncti edi3wsre: atagtal1il <;ivU; I Thursday Nov. 27. Northwestern H
,
>pen to the public will be five G V

rights schoo d1 pr@ceedingsegafiitii iI Tb'ti eglim a v nts on&Y. ,ft t4cTD if 3f fI'I'UtlaaJ High Orange JU)441Al Bowl* 3f, 11 l1W am.).TAll 9 : .... .
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J 8(0lJm1f iU'rKMSen m home games will begin at ttttxiJulq 'VdfRWA lea:> ul i .IoJ6.il9rid. OOR
e Co acc d.Ta n l h Wl 8fl3 tUap tWtidgtheu2Reepgo vi 01tth&t ..tQm
tQl'ynt' .41IdYls&adks9lils Go 9 1.LIo'l1 I' a !iilbi.UsJl\rhttn wohsviQ 11 ,tti10q'A ,GO LoS,l\Is N' S -
state ent in a telegram to Herof r"ri } a'fn 1n ,1 DattltQ x4ilglaes'(fel!' ",elam.ntldtgstht I -M-.Jtl ..xrJ ...N nQ3a OWT
bert111> ke'p Ur.,I ii fit z 4 :' a1bh & 9'trIaom.il1 \ h (i uo 00lGtOhP1t SBRV the slatelaurel NA1 I 'lMh 'cgl t: Ilil
adi
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I.M" {rf'F'Ilnrq' dVoth.)1akbct! nldf1. gl
"M UlII1"m. !: -Iu2 SIB ism mO .:show son ;ttltf a1 'ftq, >tillnb&hll er,J ow ROAD SERVICE .-Mt .dR f fllJlAt\lJ3I\K1"T and memo T s of theN YI ( A, aHihlit 1.t.b'IlInj a i$ on the Wednesdayn3Rf2e mj EXPERT AUTO Rl Is'AlRffW i 93T1' .W( *"ub ,.ICa
!* eWg In"Boston 'and "q fl lUI jo11 nW'J 4it t.na ton &1 nn 10.1.S 11bl1sg "norlql' 9lBWBP
to yo r two distinguished speakers r .' B28 N.W.PHONE. 3rd J\IfJ UD c
,I : ; ( e'Pr.ur. !) JuwnigPt'ad1h.{ )1, g YieY
wjho have Jusfl03lfron many roOU1i'/ lenlt J., .Jth , in t11E: _.tl ;d_AL' CJ".il'I 'Al lo9ys'' ..r: "ri tT! t' t Rights YoHrlmost 'RithV+Mu' l'm r:: ,eI WR 1tAA' 'bthd 'Wit+pai4f ht@fi 'l J-iuoD rit .W.U 0061 la' QIIIn.l won ,"n'lI1'J s a.ie
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regist ation and political cgito' k llliiit/g bM; 9nhel1CtMe1bOSe ? tiangW1l 't t ) J Ut WH OU .(bI I a.Srs
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ity is 1D tt 'activ-I I [ i'ali I()M1 f& t *Hd Qll :..... oY' 'wu l 1 IJI; TA3 M Ha3HQUl.1.1OR i IIs3q
ly as the eleVtib&Pfot 1. tal Willl li 9e 'tH1 ''t1 g M c(!3' hk 11qvJiPW.llth f)11"Il: luri
Congrofficers ss approach. This could w dads. s'i'ltrfanifJ"' lI 'II\tV : J' '.
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and S auld be t tgeysp gress- I ve ttnb I 1 tihfbld'( r&' 'bU. rt ilpoertMie1 'iiI1gl -i $ : .0H1nlrA33a
This the key time to restore ea er1 I e-t 7A' l odNi3ttn' rtHM i1I t.-1on aetlub aado ifs boa .r.aoL t d EE l .,Is9wfl
our o|>j ecfUWJ Old Z 1mdu\Vafhifl.I .'I d tltrrfn1O'ro '1ittiblls :J-s ''A t rt"mO'lJ[ bsmlolas m wWfcCOCORED' a.oURC @ l All

wan to reaffirm now my previous yo ng angler sitting patt& ry t011jj I 'SiJit1 t ilhs v 9 .r 9gnl
s ppgt; / !,rn1e: W }s .r M1 on[a log ,wRl> lt Ar sa'ebiknc e.li A gyevt s(1 "tt1GlQ.TU1ir10H V 0Vlt
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tained in' M' otlklhal'C" r v y 11J r
ts >t Qffi: ptca, Pn"rcaUitktr", ao2 io .0@8P-a
tf'rf.'icL.a'Jmlo1tl'
Right bill the roost importantin in v ; Yn Dh61 f'ta UUl 19
in the bill as subsequent camp song$ { ,*tltbanarlsm'Id1! tchmelgcyoP41's ; : b'ixss d us wvs_
events have demonstrated. I } J v.thi rAtAtin or dalnaut
sga! 1 lIfqfl t
want to reaffirm also my prevJ J clting.r.ThIbhhi': dregmtrhtmaa)+ lI Mi 1 w ..9bsdaQ

ious Senat yr. HUla".pt2>krilD 1 'wr boybtokeIrt ( ri 5A1c !J/&WN',I PIYCHICM .71sT
in Q
jlil advwurtluJt'S'IlJlob
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hlq, phonePFI3'I4.t7B281ot
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sit the Carver Branch office dUt ot b r la y Ua wvitT
Sht! now. JThy address U 340 S I Q ..7LIIof
I hay "r (ISth St Ilurryl Do It today Baron JE9 1 I"t-3(11t
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bombichurc ..:UT: on. "'u V 6aa .! 1 .: c 1 1THIBIWGMJiNUEiiih la +Mal
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to co: I Jhr FYI oiinw rZ3.T3x11 extod'iI
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furtheportu ,
-1 10 9.1B1i0Ham I ad r;.

Washi tan. A anMl is !abd J..otAj'fotl"r irttill i .... :ftl( !:tV1d )1': c t r4 '1 11a3
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9jc1p &,q;? : d bartaimirt -""a a> <
.IIWc" isrwfQttlr.F. Registered Real Estate Broker nodq

ThcP ree r Tp atj rasrlj f; i-1.1- :'\ *>1'. cL? (? *?ft nsDITUA3CONIT rut, push back the

have Holmes Elementary School will I 8k that s..ms to 1d''Vc 'fe tr A sti.tot

Thu st and adranee forward by the I p of God unr td

has n most successful pro- lti l off Hunter wlperienoe [ >t i 333I11T

grain hroughout the summer I b3ah1i la spiritualist and o efiappyv thdien rtlll'M o to ;gaaas
Som > of the activities that smooit HHhow 70(1(
were offered during the six g a nwolaml
g weeks, period were, arts and noiaei U TORE nwocoft 0 f t th thin=- the IF. d.man ot; > 12 ttae

ames 1 "square

and fThe Ik dancing tffPVtfha,Jiwimroing. th & 68th St? jwl
program M wls Mndtr Vihi fl
sion .ia bnSB ..w.nTerrie n 79V
supervLouis of VilljarilMAdersoiV
fackson lad Airs.: O*dndo ... PIl S CAR IIhYtjJ1bFl1L Asa .15001 ablit
lyn J Bullard. ifs ,lotamisf
Rat Drul' CCOIA
Theset program was primarily r Cit
up for the el u r ,4 ebUd. 1- HOSIER
ren r aging In a. J Pl&'t\Wt.fil rI ..3Z
BILLS
It ttorth'- : j AM-MONE DERS-LIGHT a
war an outgrowAWf '
Wester x's crowd 1'1
over program
Phone i'Laza 8-4703
honqol\87tt
earlierThe
in the
summer. OFa

parent *tf |prtsJes"jto7'1Bn.QJwfien/ Ud 'otfaniufilty'lr 1 ,.v \ .''lIJl tscQ&& T ., Prop

for th null cooperation and tb.
hopesuppor lat will continue s O
they tq
bn a3
the program next iuma < t 3 mile* west < 4 H 0 1kdtb

mer. HE D TIFUL Wort qr .,1b road, 1 tl lsMD l II'tt.rabs lr "noiirilsi CiA+ it '"Jfsns are plat v1+HheOtd$ltfthrOfflee Wr: n d SIiIuI

(b la the rJ j bI11
s1
For Sa I_ ] |; Motel-0 't= ,Idol 00.5t$ Ilaasgo sneo0

U .M M'2be | . He baa fifty time more p< >wer than an s ;nweb

i >iiijr '**f acM0r 48u..Jq

room stucco home, 1794 A few p.ef nanent r Available 4 IWW ao


town 4th payment Terr:ipnnL Fora ti f 1 Z : 1-I T. : j I.oo UP
month 9aMI ff3 s 5' 0 cQJhJ8 10H 9811iu1 Hr
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Kit Pe K.w l ffiA ,tai 0oor: of .m dsrlnlt' ourl. I LVI
I COME PROPER
Pr a duside. Wi&[ no la i s&nau I'" C ING, &LEP.HJJJn I ICA ts/'tIL11ytp.M :$ DAY moo"nul I1no,13N3 PM T1C4 Mb wo3w

3249 NW 53rd St.Price :I''O'Jnl 13 !'I1ubn to ,enoI& Ial srnolo3 ,ar/1e9. .suod
$8,500, $75 Y i.Od rt $ I E 0 R l. ELE ICILY, tiT IIfglJt osq bns t IsVssi C SID 'ALe.LoDAYaWED..

month eaerttT Aoof erfr USE SvaU A r.M rqs, Ii n 1T dtT nv"4Rt ae9Pt= .dalat
si / O
oaill s
these .pedals / ,,,utluM ...910:) .:) .11 j' h ..u8i

%1conditi i ( mall extra: ch rgeW' 417 S.W, 17thCBBTIS@nf hq
SQID1f9MrIIQAdQ', : fI.iJ .V/.Pl at enod 9

or idPho NEwton 5- 20 27tb>.tAt.leot 3111 TIU8 YtI FlJb: I IbLA
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" Personal Mention
INTERSTATE DETECTIVE BUREAU
I' | Dr. and Mrs. T. E, W, Donald,
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, JULY 26, 195fi Pan
son arrived from Nassau by
SECURITY PATROL DIVISION i American Airways on Monday.
I( They came to attend the funeral
RICHMOND HEIGHTS | services of the late Mrs. Anna
Wood, sister of Mr. Dcnaldson.SHORTY'S .
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YOU BUY 'EM

WE FRY 'EM


I \ Fish and Chicken

OPPORTUNITIES' for Negro met Income Property
and women. We ,pay as you learn CB8-4 APARTMENTS eetN 704 N.W. 2nd Ave.
Phone FR 4-1581. AJ $14,900 total $4,300 down I 1 A9

Fully furnished, 100 per cent r, 1 Nk
WANTED rented at all time. East of 17th
WELL! QUALIFIED nursery ad. ave. In the fifties. Net Income,
ministrator. College degree, preschool . $125 a month 'after all expense
teaching and administration . and mortgage payments. CBS' House
experience. Apply In wrltlnj Chelsea Realty, RealtorPL I
to St. Alban's Day Nursery, 346J 4-4685 or WI 5-2306 Two
bedrooms
Brooker St., Miami 33, Fla.J26 II Air(, rYR Pi tile

HOUSE ,FOR SALE I bath, living room. 56th

I. FOR RENT Almost new, 3-bedroom,,,1 8GT. WILLIE WALKER AND PATROLMAN ARTHUR MATHIS I II II St. N.W. area. Completely

I ROOM. Private home. Cat I CBS; awning type windows, I i I I furnished. $25a
/ PL 80792. I i! Due to numerous phone callsi ial investigation. work. The Interstate -
I hardwood ,floors, carporte, i from various residents of Rich- Detective Bureau nas Its week. Call mornings
TWO BEDROOM APT. In duplex mond Heights we are extending office at 2195 NW 79th St. This
729 NW 4th ave. Call l tile roof, fruit trees, lot 100 our Patrol Service Into this area, office is fully equipped with a or evenings for ap-
HI 37437. and we are talking names of laboratory for handling all
point. UN
5.7014.NEW
x05
fence. 1581
NW .
I rear homes and business places who criminal photography and sur- I
FURNISHED' private efficiency. 55th Terr. would like to take advantage of veilance work. Our men are fully -
apt., adults only. Free light, gas this protection. trained, schooled and experienced -
water, phone, parking space fo:r' This Is not an ordinary patrol in their capacity as patrolmen. -
car. PP 80792.. service. We are fully equipped They are thoroughly checked -
Stanley's Market radio-dispatched patrol cans, and enjoy an excellent repu-
CLEAN: w.lI.furnr.hed( efficiency fully equipped with emergency tation for their honesty, Integrityand
apartment, now renting '!II!t 1900 N.W. 4th Court first aid, fire equipment, diving capability in their field. PHONE NUMBER
12.50 weekly. 620 NW 7th 8t equipment, and a fully experienced Anyone interested in visiting our
Call FR 42213. FRESH MEAT diver. It is the duties of office feel free to do so, or if this FR 9-6779
our patrolmen to detect and is not possible, call us and we
2 BEDROOM APT. Stove, :refrigerator VEGETABLE8GROCERIES prevent ftres apprehend intru- will discuss any of your secur-
water free. Only $17 pet ders, prevent breaks and robberies ity problems. We will be glad to NORTH'S
week. 844 NW 70th st. Phone BEER WINE and all other duties nor- add your name to our list of
NA 1-6953. DRUGS NOTIONS mally performed by patrolmen.The I those already asking for this TRAVEL BUREAU
safety of the Richmond protection.
NEW 2-bedroom duplex house, Free Delivery Heights children will be stressedby I'
As 1104 N.W.
soon definite locationfor 3rd Ave.
as a
St. Phone NE
2170 NW 66th our patrolmen by them beingon
57690. PHONE FR 4-9403 the constant watch for speeders a sulb-statlon in Rlchmonr
and all speeders will be Heights: is decided upon, we evil'make : )' ..

NEW, large' one-bedroom. un- curbed. f -
: furnished, quiet, lovely lawn, 'Another important feature .number this paper'along where' with ::8' local
I shade. Adults. 1321 NW 58th which makes our patrol service the resident caneasUy'
1 Terr different from that of any other and at all times dispatcha
MasterBarber car for immediate rervice.
patrol tervlee Is that we will
EFFICIENCY APT for rent. 1387 have our cars permanently assigned Call us at PL 4-8089 or PL
I
NW 60th St. Phone PL 47476. Wanted to Richmond Heights 76331.
A Mrs. Davis. They will belong to that area as
Apply long as the service remains, and
i r SMALL OFFICE building. Suitable at no time will be taken away. ,Young Wives ,to ACHIORAJEL
, 1 for doctor or real estate. ARTISTICBARBER ,Other than our sergeant patrolman
1\ Phone PL 1-8770. A16 SHOP Willie Walker, who :will Present DanceThe
c be in charge of the patrol ser
a-BEDROOM APT. Furnished. vice there, we will hire all ad- Young Wives Social Clubof
a Call PIL: 96213. 910 N.W. 2nd Ave. ditional men for patrol duty
Miami will present a danceon
from Richmond Heights provided this Monday night, July 28 at
w FOR SALE Joseph Reed, Prop.A9 they qualify for this work. 10 o'clock at Club 535 NW 3rd - .
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I We maintain four patrol cars Ave. at 6th St. Music will be
ROOMING HOUSE possible I
Jn $4,000 income $0,000 down an two unmarked cars for spec- furnished by Dizzy Jones and Register .Now!
Phone PL! 1-8779. A16 his orchestra. Admission is $1.00
U and the public is Invited. Books 'Close Aug. 9

,C: 2 FRAME houses industrial
on OPEN SUNDAY
; lot. Call MU 83739.

o THREE BEDROOM CBS house 1324 N.W. 58th Terrace WELCOME
tI garage and utility. New. will BEAUTICIANS . .

accept lot in Liberty City or Large House-Can be used as 4 bedrooms --+--
Ct Brown Sub as down payment.

n IoN Call NE 43950.New $8,500-$595 Down : Free :Admission Free Admission

FOR SALE Owner out of town-Must Sell I
Bl 56th Street Area
a Very nice 2-toedrocm CBS. Floras EDISON REALTY 175 ''N.W. 62nd St. BOOKER TERRACE

ida room. Home on nice corner PLaze 4-4634 Day and Evening
th.. lOt, all tile features, price 'and
WI, terms good.
-- Call Cocktail
E. PERRY DENNY Lounge

:
8M( PETER BLUESTEN
Master Barber Shop

my re< 630 FR Biscayne 3-7050 Blvd. o 4200 N. W. 27 AVe Phone Wf 5-5813


hll Income' Property 163 N.W. 14th Street PRESENTSHappy
mo CBS ROOMING HOUSE
hot Eight bedroom, 2 bath plus
"The Barber of Distinction"FEFE
It kitchen. Fully furnished, fully Shop Roseand
!Ne rented. Terrific Income for anyone
inj familiar 'with{ this type of AND FAT, Owners
operation. $14,900 total, $3,400 JUt
down; maybe lee*. His
Band
Chelsea Realty RealtorPL .
Na .. , .-,'.t- '.. :" "" '. .,_
PL 4-4885 or WI 6-2308

tloiCO r o .0 FEATURING

,House For Sale REACTIVATION HEALTH CENTER r Etta Mae Jones

Hours: 10:00: ..m. to 10:00: p.m.-By Appointment

Four bedrooms nine-room ,' "Sensational Song Stylist"For
SERVICES-Sw.dl h Massages, Whirlpool Baths TherapeuticBaths t.

Colonle Irrigations, Electronic Spot Reducing, Electronic '
house, air! conditioned, fur Facials, Facial Massages and Packs, Light Therapy, Toning the best in everything,

Therapy, Rubdowns, RehabllMtlon Therapy, Mechanical Gym come to the Booker Terrace
'
11 nished. $3,000 'down. Total For this is the place
Sue Harris, R.H., P.T., Director Willis C. Coffee, Masseurer

price '$17,999. Phone FR 3-3381 276 N.W. 6th Street FREE ADMISSION

SUITE NO. 118 IN THE SIR JOHN !HOTEL
Addrosst133x0 NW 56th St.
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C.RDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I, A Coward and 1958 PAGE 13


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I had a mars meeting Saturday -
CARD OF THANK '\ nr OF THANK! Range. . I night July 18, 1958 at the ELNORA
Longshoremen's Hall for the

'My sincere thanks to all 'Who I The wife and family of the Mrs. Mary Ann Pratt of 1591' purpose of petitioning the Miam SUNDRIES
so kindly 'rememlbered me at the late, Transit Company. 1 talked with]
NW 31st ave., Opa ocka died at Headquarters for your
passing of my'mother, Mrs,,II RICHARD B. JONES Jackson Hospital on July 17 the officials of the company and MIAMI, TIMES If you live out
Theresa Clarflr. Special thanks: who died on July 12, 1958 and Survivors Ezekiel they told me the company was
Brownsville
a son
to the Allen Funeral Home and.1 was laid to rest on July 17, take Moncur, a are daughter, Evalena willing to hire colored bus drivers WOMEN'S AND MEN'S way HOSE
I thi! method of but the union wouldn't accept -
Father Elisha Clark. expressing our ,
several and ,grand
grand great
May she rest in peace alight thanks and appreciation to the children. Funeral services wen colored membership. Do WE SERVE

perpetual shine upon her. many friends and neighbor,I conducted on Thursday at St you believe that? Foremost Ice Cream
(Mrs. Catherine Moxey, who were so kind during our James Baptist Church. !Burls! My meeting at the Longshore
daughter hour of sorrow.Thanks men's HalLl wasn't successful Phone NE 4-9441
conducted at Lincoln Memorial
was -
for your cards, letter, because! you; didn't come. DC
CARD OF THANK telegrams, flowers and donation Cemetery.m I you have any race pride and 4338 N.W. 27th Are.
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of other tokens love for people like our
cars and of sym WilliamHaynes; of Carvers your J. PINCHER Mar.
pathy. Special thanks to the forefathers whom God talked tc
Ranches dead IndfNonSuraleal
The/ family of Giles J. Ml11er was pronounced
Richardson Mortuary and to the and delivered from slavery? li
who passed July 13.. wish to Rev. A. J. Reddick. Added thank of on arrival at Memorial Hospital you do, prove it this Saturday
Hollywood Julj
thank the many friends and to friends and neighbors of 115 9. He lived in on the Saturday Liberty City ngiht, July 26, 8:30 because 1
neighbors for their thought: NW 2nd ave. Again, thanks 1 to area for a number of and am having a meeting at the Treatment
years
deeds; especially Triumph the everyone. Highway Christian Church of
was at one time a student ol; Hernia Piles
of Gods Church for .
Kingdom Mrs. Bessie Jones Christ 6925: NW 18th Ave., Elder
Dorsey Junior High School. H<
their donation and beautlf And Family was popularly known as "Joe Sherman White, pastor. (Rupture) (Hemorrhoids)
floral and the neighbors at-1.arge Please show the
come and DR. LONG'S CLINIC
Louis. Survivors are his
for letters of condolence and. parents white and don't-care
man our
CARD OF THANKS; Mr. and Mrs. Leander health service
,
florals, Rev. Bradley for dos people we can unite and do .general
soling 'Words and Solomor. 'Haynes, several listers and something for ourselves. If ;you. 21 S.W. 13th Avo.Phone .
Funeral Home for loyal service The family of the late brothers. Chapel services were don't come pray for our suc- FR 1.874S
conducted on Tuesday at 10 am.
God bless each and everyone ; HERBERT MURRAYwho .
May cess.I
of you. was laid to rest June 26', Burial was conducted in Lincoln, talked with some ministers Add Life to Yoare
Life
and Years to
Annie Miller, wife gratefully acknowledges its sincerest about working with me, but
Jessie Lewis of 6091 NW 15th
Mrs. Collins, sister thanWs and appreciationto they were cowards and Uncle REDUCESpecial .
their friend's for the ave., died on Saturday July 19..
Miller Collins nephew many Tom Ministers. They talked Medication
kindncur tendered them during Survivors are a wife, Juanita, a
And niecesCARD about Justice and freedom to get
their recent bereavemnt. To the son and daughter all of Soper- Will you stay blind
;your money.
OF THANK! donors of cars, telegrams letter ton, Ga., a brother. He was sent and keep 'blind ministers 'With
cards and floral pieces received on Friday morning to Soperton money or let the light come and
we extend our hearty thanks where last rites will be held. BE SICK?
The family of the late, help your people? WHY
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Special thanks to the B. Solo
MRS. HARRIET JULIA Infant Deaths I sincerely thank ;you for your Examination of your Per
Funeral Home staff and!
mon cooperation in my endeavor. .
plus examination !
WGHTBOURN tonal Aliment
the Rev Father Theodore Gib IVORY son of Mr. and Mr*. Yours very truly,
.: who passed away on June ]J2 of heart, and was laid to rest on June 2J. son.The Murray Family Jacob Ivory Jr. of 2010 NW Dro.:' David Llghtburn stomach, liver, pall blad
63rd St., was stillborn at Mt.
wishes to extend sincere thanks dor, rectal prostrate,
and appreciation to the many Sinai Hospital on July 20. Grave- nerve reflexes, blood proa
friends and neighbors for kindnesses IN MEMORIAMIn side services were conducted on I man, Ga., for final rites. He 1 Is euro and urinalysis, In.
of July 24 in Lincoln. survived his wife Mn aa Indicated.
shown during its hours of by eluding x.ray
bereavem father and Mr. and Mrs.
dear husband JONES of
our son
..dlTr..tm.ntl
cards, telegrams, flowers, cars don. Clip and bring this
grandfather, Jessie L. Jones, died on day following for blood
and other kind gestures of sym JAMES WILLIE YOUNG his admission to Mt. Sinai disease,

pathy. who departed this life July 25,, Hospital on July 21 Graveside skin plies, or rectal urinary, stomach

'Special thanks to Rev. N. 1 F. 1956. services were conducted at Lin- trouble' prostrate gland
of St. Matthew Friends may think we have for- coln July 25.
Clark, parlor WHEN THE trouble, backache, rheu
Baptist Church and his members gotten matlim nervousness, I o w
donors of cars and the When at times they see us smile Francis . vitality, ulcer, hormone do.
Francis Funeral Home for Its I But they don't know the heartaches TIME COMESFOR flelency, lost vigor, ..rthrl.tl. .

fine and efficient service. Again,' Our smile hides all the while. Infant boy oi Mr. and Mrs. and chronic dteeaees.Now .
thank to everyone for everything wife. Johnnie Wright of 9321 NW LocationSOUTHERN
Artie
Young,
May God continue to bless Janette Young daughterAnd 17th ave., died July 19 at Mt. CLINIC
and guide all of you. grandchildren Sinai Hospital Burial was held 2847 Coral. Way
/The Llghtfbourn Family Wednesday morning at Ever- Hours: 10-B. Closed Wed

green. and Thurs.

CARD OF THANKS: NEWPHONE BURIALTell
James limes of 1060 NW (5thst.

., died July 16 at Jackson Memorial -
NUMBER
The family of the l Ate. Robert -
The body was
) wh Hospital. I
Russell (Bob Fighter
departed this life July 4, 1958 at FR 9-6779 hipped; on the 18th to Albany,
Veterans Hospital, wish to than] Ga. for final rites. Survivors are your Funeral Director iBPsi
his wife, Mrs. Llllie limes, a
the friend for card, telegrams, NORTH'STRAVEL
Jessie Butler.
Towers cars. Special thanks Kenned to BUREAU daughter 1-That you want a cemetery rsf
Eddie Long, James of
I
John Henry Range 1232 NW where get .
services rendered: you
(Honev) for 1104 N.W. 3rd Are. 1st place, died July 19 in Lan-
John Griffin DEED that the
Rev. T. Johnson, axis. The body will be shipped to grave
Post American Legion Funeral the or- I Friday night, July 25 to Quit- can always be found.
Kans/t, Richardson
Home. Key West _Undertaklm r
Co., William Weech Post No. 16)) 2-The Cemetery keeps t

American Legion. Walter Mick permanent records. i
RAPHU S. WILLIAMS WITH
Ins Post No. 6021 VFW, Rev

Zanders who delivered of Bethel the AME eulogy Churcl, the PRIVATE FOR HIREAmbulance 3-The Cemetery has th< KatW* cQcitf

West keep it beautiful
family In Key : help to
Mrs. Florida Mingo, sister ISM 09"
Clara Bell Mingo ||
Service is
Eleanora Heaverly 4-The cemetery a member -

Bloneva Butler Gaitor of the AMERICAN

Nieces and Family rFRanklin 35900HAVE \ CEMETERY ASSOCIATION COMMUNITY DRUGS

which ,means it
CARD OF THANKSThe Is dedicated to high 6750 N.W. 15th \AT*.

CASH BEFORE YOU CALL ethics and principles.
family of the,
MR. SHERMAN -AOAIR ... Beautiful Home on

wishes to express ,It*' sincere '" SUCH A CEMETERY IS Your Lot
friends and
thanks to the many
neighbors for cards, token Unu
telegrams condolences and flo "A Living Service For The Living" _
rals as their ways of'tX1>resdn, EVERGREENCEMETERY

sympathy In and our grief.time of bereavement -' Range Fune!'aHome 1 .., ,


We wish especially to thank r

all of those connected with the OSCAR AND ATHALIE RANGE, Owners
Mt. Zion Baptist Church who Complete building service

were so consoling in many many. PHONES PL 4-7468-PL 1.1331
ways. To Dr. Carl Yeogr and I PLANNING
the Range Funeral Home our
BUILDING
gratitude for spiritual advice I Oscar Range, Licensed Embalmer Funeral. Director 3065 N.W. 41tt St. e C FINANCINGYour
and consolation for arrange-
ments and loyal. efficient services 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami, Florida New Home

rendered. NE 4-8242
May God bless each and very- C REPAIRINGREMODELING

ont of you; e
Mrs. Jessie Adair wife I o RENOVATINGOver


Mrs. Bessie Manuel l.daughter B. Solomon Funeral Hoe (j Construction Twenty Experienced Years of


IN MEMORIAMIn (Established 1123) Guaranteed. Setosfaction


loving memory of my husband ] Dignified, Personal, Courteous Service
William V. Cooper who V'QaaQaoa i7

this life on July 21,
departed 1053.: May he rest in peace. Funerals Within Range of Each Budget We charge less e@2

LIllie Mae Cooper wife NE 1-6171

Yet give you more 1121 N.W. a0& Start

Register Now! 315 N.W. 16th Street Ph. FR 3-1440 MiamiT"WtI.'WJI'tfjlJf'


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1 H IWp with > was taken T
0 T a m = fine program. Our revival beam { u.hers sera"willi'1tt rs. G. Mc- the 24th Psalms and read by p: urfO" ( aloiPtM'det.o tr.

ttN: E8 ; e Pfi 'don gf 8rwa08.: stfritl'G9d ] C Ford The at 7:30 the devotvottatiltkasj org a ."':1b::1 f 'W1t..llev.; Polite delivered h t ,YSofu9 9rft b97"virl9 o1u
Sc b'rf. In givittg'DbnwlonGcrdimt.'h' a7letvicasniM
ct Ii q"l1 o) glade the pastor. He preached from St. r dtirol' htsiM began

bisv i owshi 11 TRIUMPH CHURCR Mark 10y: theme e ChalTh class leader group 1 1tour'Afid'crdy ly with thesSiMda EchtolPat) / 9:43: :

p, ,ji ti ef9maotef9mao orTr--: len "IU Q wa w..)," \ c night. n A splendltJvrevIewittfBthli; lesson,
,
NEW EL B &S' 'I IA 9'HfA IIdlolttfy,,5 stor1DZ2AT7MaEarter y al?!M m, r en', t 'JustitieDin11l'ki[ HcntiSi'fl' was
1 choir and No. 2 t c lJ.rt; Arv c1 iliary to the trustee board s given boHfRfv. tChallC?')lV1AI1ttmaftiMt'iting!

BI EDUgtell IUMMO9.EfiEi + with Mrs. U. Il1 0U6itt nl' 'Pfjrlr.tqwalst: line party for he devo-
HA 'l i ek n41 ry'KOITOn i gan. benefit of the group rally. JP .&f :'Mi) 6Jn'Wt( c)

an w :, a. Gr n,fJ1rt.if'o y iFn a sb Our Sunday School confere vices will be held this fo.. f th nWSmith, the Holy aril
,
thM orntn worsh 1 Q 1MIItt Ji' Just ce convenes alJADMJOY SL33I,' >'- pnd: )ntlltttAade to the ter f- was truly qWr fdfa\, T Mmes-
nn(hl
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WI O of the lesson fI'vaPmtsubj last ] ct day night through Sunday. Tho natlng of the group rally.IsTandTrcTSunday : .r9 rtW! j r p.1'jn.4h pas-
on Sunda
iMnlilln In .
InwiUitiRev.
fool God has Intended that j ,p r- w. ( .:.'.:'... l"l a 1 .t Y& ?'GAd t 4 xtMe' e ofPHrt9176n6
10t'{ iI T 3MP13>l1/tl ttl idly> 4m TivW: 1.....lftn-Knlw.....' ; ; rsltf 'IMsIU to
8-' ing the home \I,:) I 2nd and ijjca 4ty Viol aoddvient
en. a 4th Sundays .... 11 1
A4s5H3m"OnowaI.t1bfhl''r"
( James"5olBtAMrijpBi1ox' >1 $AiLIJ "come and wo !HI : elalithBroci '
re mhh )
with 1n9ehargetDarie't'OW4rdgrantnNott
iifi Bro. Vandell} Bovan reporter us
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ray =ia Uts, f n 1 >;ua tpletldiagJrid3lcal

cg were'm litalllld : } 3J'I A1q +1!$ PA program $ ri9Agi i"n f7t11rd''t1ldsr -
to the
Kingdom of God. '
? r ing with ushers >< I 9
hilmo board No. 1 at
Hallandale]
the Women of -t their Po VivQlfb? R19fto&: > FJaTA.. l A :). sr! '; J r sic ar

hoi t IB ht was delivered by'Rev, Palmer, :sutlaay, A9 y027, will r @I f
It -lay infit.f i t nd the pastor < ,uI tb Sf1if ll I "'bYuoi4Fta7
We. f_.. aufln I : Vl Spl and rc:Up At fity n rmFaf rfitetrfe: Ailb,J a.trDPt'IJ'clFesUval M l.: Church NW at ss W'IIW3S"

lot fashion Sund 'WtM j ivo With Love." Scripture found i service We were Inspired by a Ave. and 7th St., Haliand45v: I five,
observed the> lWjruD'WF 'S Romans. J3:1Q-.1: ; won 1 ) I' I fl6. ...'1
id' gby,3 ;'
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Scot T.d toWSMW' $ .I .. HanW -
Day.Woman's 01( ta ftAWA3 Wannu t e iC 'hI&lrt de'4atib&Nrv t W, pastor of the First ftT J f 2'81 RIIIeD'!ts ,Y'b fogtiycnrdvtU( ;
MC was very high In the spirit a DA f"lC m-2M' ot Everglades \ ttJth'e;
"' isfesm toeLa.n4'df
moMrirtil fajpV alive 4
Na n the Cft. ; wItH"HIs"lext ffssa'y p.
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Ebenezer. r.uwaf "r,lied. Ma taken from .
th turn toweMmtM Members Mutth and In i s' test1ml1i Adode old. Our ]p the Book of Psahru thp 118thT J will deliver the sermon. A cl ,.'
tip co son "| { evening sub act, "How Can
ant miJ Y vdHMft tf years d Escape?" ar y did pre W Sunday c Men's y 0 oWIng the Mass. The Pat r "1." a eMt

i Joys or many years to comefric out of d .. >f his soul. will bA i Plh e Q 'A Servi| from I 1 j

4hI1 M aMtMw'JioImYOgrip I g all of o ng lends, let day vJUKTlU6.ZFi t11 u.r tz. .)CU<<.o'c a there t
.lIbnth..xS IttfUUtltdodg: i iCW61b i-i not forg mal School of the Macedonia be Solemn Outdoor Proce4Jon

LAioll$ \\_ .ule Is Wisdom h Educatloqa- Church as our morn1f1P1t j.UtIU.ved by Evensong and & e-

ot Ebenezer. Conventio Is now In |p Sunday afte .. diction t- tt P AOv 9m !"
rk d gress at 1752closing NW 1st court. T there w $ U31Agfonf%1'IIf 85fegOI' oatiapjM)3i I siflvited to s! 1FpU9f.09 m 1 1ti
Jjn
Dr.f+ t night Is Sunday. July the most outstanding male with St. Ann's these fruitful !

e e groups ti bU8 vlta3( Ic. tip Hnlw alatnu9 5 t ai' 9 t

at tSJ Jt iJ! &fflli w AN Jefferson, our chairman, along 191 dairy tyItits
s ngaudlenrJ'fDISd" e with all the male mkt .
R ev .Q 1 .r SJft) to our church, has worked untie 186S-NW tth8tFM '

-t.v.e 1"* Kwl 1 r'mfttWa 10'.1 JP1AtM.JUf s, ftop'brte' h liDJ8 "

a spirit ofnovolenoe Sunday School ..........._ 8 )uaoA iX14are: invdstii2I7id1 Y 'tii'

and""servlce, a Hi ,. : to worship with us on this our Ph. NE X873 l lc1
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By STANLEY SWEETINGIt +rt

is botl ttMeMrdk1iI fR I IIAspiring { ''?Hr.I' C ARNATIO "t 3( R alp? e 1 rei C >4.Yi}. (tai a the; urc


the splendid church Ex. E.tSl etarkedjTi!! ?tfJca: a n d vl 8 riYRI pd'a tl LD nd 6f Tine d3 eru A a p eda. stuffs sc. -" aI= hilldaa..... .-. .............. '
Verq "f.1'1gf mS
A ]t"nUptrte I." 1-17 II roI! 1
R of Servi 1 griJ + r vzo1 te Id nc'n Mt. Calvary is a member. of. the Delta
wrer. Sche4ule p n U -j .J I
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f t tiz l11'a nehearsaIs vhild$ Idreih h rSierMaflzy n9Sz1 1 fttt
R, a burns t :!}f'.MIWl-riMr tvItxkM laUial1Eyiandi&M oy
rnMir $: h' 00 "LO lil ti'e $ J1..t\Wf 84At>; r9iflm15'9 3F1lstwih
a n 1'fl' f
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8A' ,3Th
\ \ ing-Mass' '''and 7:45: J p [ 8 (j : Q A1g a oils Lift} no

lY Sermon ...."........"...... 8:00: ''i :.11 t1iaotvtllal ciao a n99di
F tsnwO ChUrch1 School and Adult n ones forever. i A b
b9Jiv Ace r
I nrz uo 9 00 of wit of
e8 V .Iq A. lOctLrcWiehi.DO'5Cb ECm) JI:3.0: rrt :.:1 .n Rtt, chtzi n tsr mnlah9ins 1' pAIo.5 t d 1, 9u erd

Solemn Evensong and '' *>11 ; ontn t/pqe are
laid
-"" .... ... gtvp bla9i1adt9tsst, ditdwour
Sermon .. :;. .... 7:00 pirn ' lsn'day Temple e tr Adanasluly
rtl
TUESDAYS! every man to do his ;duty be
ilys cshit ptra atpnt
St. Vincent's Acolyte men promised not to disa zt1) otrabiiabdCWO oodI'esetomMt.

Guild Meetlrsr .........6:001\: p m' them. The public is f it br9)9r I yra113aptidt (#rnbchnLTimior
,
VP. ;........B13o Y. PAUL' A. 'M. I It-II:'" sta. } Boardna/cA Usher Board.dvMft.Thetsr-Qsihrary ro-

Evensong ........ .......... 8:00: p m. r. E. Snead, past 'to'1:1RJ. !: to 'J'Jthw will be hel<-ot.Mt.-Calvary,
THURSQAy&j. 's' i i A v n do Mn ibet.Ser.Ri d tth and
fit* MicnaeKS'JjBeii .Mr\J fi S;grstHfV Bell Hilton, r et be .
d11N8nktoyditadnolad-
Rehearsal ..""' """." 1:00 p.m The liC!
; third quarterly, feblrkrz rneobptedbH3to
,t9z
Ell r ? ence was held here last ej
"f .:A e day night with honorable 'litty
: : hE.iiMottF hosa4 pastk
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'T1 ll9im
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1 . 5:00
u \ \ p.m. siding Elder F. A. Allen. 11 ,q Mtpdtter
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iii ' : scripture was read frontfj tte
tj 1i1 BTU) "'".. ,6:00 p.m. 93rd Psalm. 'c) E
qt!tm'f! ,Masses on all Holy We then went into oIl e1* z9r to tits'& riots ,w ti
Itod bovtT
n 1 :S irltS' days at 6.30 a.m. I > >PiaPUtflf
) ?l3IPi'
ness session. The pastor'a.
pint-1 !
9imnM Riiu
1. ub all fes- t
g' weekly
Mass on
ed :Mr. Cousin and Mr Benson
s9l
1s:' +f e r i are
: t_. at SOQ"un.; as marshalls. Mrs. Iona ,Cook
to bh t hr out
'0 .' I
N felsprl! ,Jier! postulant, will was our secretary. All, ibj}*rand ,$ ,-
,'15rea : i.,6t 04tb.' 8 aJTi. service onduties clubs mode "splendid rej drt$.: ) "J, u
Sands y, ,Jo'iiJ1.' We are always happy to '''havfljur pnulr Tvbo at
'7at11er ''Jtnn 3. ..tr.ll'Who swill PNsWI'll"e1der'' with used ,I VI '
; x
atautrl : ;a$ priest-ln- cause It's, always 'a" nice quarter .:'tT >,pw' f.'./ 'WIU

change'! at St. Ti)')()th3's,' Daytona held 'under- his esteemed leader- r.rw n ,.tt ;; : !}gFjs Wily 1 li our

Beach fen Aug. IJwill deliver the t1.''I" , ,.I 'Irfhe' 'VMrtMg \
"
L 1 JAR 7 E$ LUCAS sermon the Solemn! I Tfzlat Mrs,,- 1
at f''Evensong,* quarter,' however, , : fieitjIce ,
small at 7:30.: : \ rq Palm Deffefi l
our members had;passed AJ:;
parish- 3eatrice Johnson. ,The 'nec 'r. 'otodhenl)atebRh' : ,i t uut
The 3rd Annual States' Teasponsored sar)' I li1Zt'rltyr{ 11 ;' c
c emiber- rites were held tin( the cotoffcr-
Aux
Woman's
by the l W.ldkJ
hi ""a 1r aa 'atlonoup ence. by -Rev. AlfenifcAjL:, M MJlf.1 (
7 J
A. Juliu
iliary, Mrs. D. "Presi- a l ststan111nate/
o ," IsJd Sunday School, ?* ai ,
dent is set. for ,August 10: Dr. was helg ''Co l.\Y'VJtb 6bl
' a r 1 'S; serTJ O, W., ,Hawkins' will be the usual with the super test* >d Slid J fJttlis\\ [ rally will '
is terminate.
.wehile try
n Mrs. Lucille Baker preset D ,
speaker, affair which will i BAptikt> \ "--
' er t'a t"'tAe'raztsfIguration .b.,h Wd*4L'th' lI"Jullusl home, Morning, worship was, en>]d I WJl1ing'JlJ; uf ypr
** jt *' *" .M*"" < -6ttJh sf. at' 14th ve."fiessV by all. Our assistant pfrtqr, thcl1we'Jbf / \ >
Trie a Mission preached a very inspiring ::11'1; ,BSblrfd'OTassni'
fobf St. Agnes Eplscor i Sfanrvta if jO His subject was St. She is active iii r
1 archdeacon John U% CvimWi IV I i in \ 'ltls} 'And they said a mk IzaUons' and a \ ceson

.Jxrector, is an Opa Lock! asstmt 'few Yor July 27- tftemselves 'who will 1M ffij a4 :
j>ay. Services are field in the hojneVof c away the done-' : ruoiomala
u
Edwirr=an3 Mabel1" Rogw, Ant f ' / njv dab
571 NW 152nd Terr. During the D3or At 3 pm. our pastor and{ c i- nolalvIO r rI at Dayi t agomO.12 .
; gregation was at St. James'" E I ImtIM
wo years of its operation the About .iovah's Wlt- uK s19dTi9
phurch has already been retra* Os[ TA aaUJHtV MAaOH-Wts' Church where the Sunday" l g1lV to ofaotQ
convention was being held; .jb r
ized in the Diocese of Soutnlorlda. international .
will attend an -
congregation t'o.
It pays its assessments pastor, Rev. F. E. Sneed s + e '
In New
rid other parish obligations. iW'l'fcn!}}! xmgregatlon on fire whe F' 'kp
Jfitil h AUiV '
Foremost y i71 pTeached a wonderful an ul l ,
among sponsored acivities -
\ W .

re uilding uzEd, fUz arie tt Tund. 3.Jlit ftIaI Wilj\[ 3f'rEaYFwi1lis 1 site tex I aJ'; t1l1J

8tR8'I' V4" I I1 D d .G3 UIIJ IbJ<< : a 1 la U G1 lice it( M4rnMUsi lU. take }( isM'

ice to be built in the near fu- local delegates, saM I t1Yf jlUlis T"EvenitJ wri111>ltqvllwe. c I ar t '
> /ture. Towards this end, among been necessary: to cancel.. all lofiom (, service was hetcr.J ,trr.
.. .th..lWIU&l tlm"'with
n Kanfifl4 Tirao y j 1 t 31'J3""td prey -
-"It' Prrl''." T brio M ,d9 o
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eld tai
;Saturday night at the home of 8-10-58. Jnjf .preaching: another ,
"Lay Reaiaenio aMBDlaAJiesKtO vfsrl yl 'IUMnieVc. mon. His text as

' Lucas, 2571 NW153rd St Mr. Crump saidwttat IbcnWamiSanrcs ,l fermffOll1)4.II KookraVlSt. ,M tha taalt .
goodly 3we3fl, keMtDtW aU dlry"thfijnwnttt .tHud ni.d m q OE;

a most successlo tional gath ring, _w% d U\3fP.r\J;! th p eIM ,tfoa'
:
On Sanctay U Arc greatly not nly thl"flfM1 d ert 8.It rrr nin Q St? P ul ri ; t ,r,
spiritual? pi )vIs18df"uJbthn h''rRhHa"Hev( 'f'd' get..J' It bau "y laia
A Q*agfeMi p Ma frW QSTlstKtHKtnabt 1 IiorpclaiMwl I:>witb r"'ertglv..rt' .)each.O'ft tbat bi, rdorWTh :

; muflftfW sQ rv RoaW oho ?& $ fm .t A Jtf1d 4 WnfMs oUt, or
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rjtat" gTJu tzg9"is a Xrs&prt q 1 d rf3.o9McntifWb ) n, -t! MIl' )w 4 c fti oP.1A.: out:2 den m

{. entf$4ep u1 ta8 ..Ws.itthen ,fe.1 nong ndcr1ULnamc".a the .U aMg itLsS' )0RJc dftAYifT.Ictm\n 1 q us. v r aKaON, 0'- t o _J

. v o y l m m fonalttias.ai.JahAefW1tne . < -'- w.N wrrteaui'r !
for tli Ui ses, and will alto 'IA .
.' The eV.iour
i Lai % dWhb4s13tste the world hd UR.SIONi own .
1 r.td'tlta' Itl lz ,
thoJj3j\4l!) ml sag +
>,_, o ltsktlg9 erv1VWeadt nds 1 BollardHeights. 0 H[ Y JEFrin N
1 1alkQro'f '
rHl o .TO' NASSAU} 1
; > f14 juMaySchool. lifrtreqe bba : O of w Hope Ba 1stttr
/ 'An enth astic"staff of li.taIfRddi c oItt1&R T ac.W: s rli Mn. Bullard

Subordinates support him.affftfo kf th grddh Orld. Only com- & l1oRh_' Booker T. / Yas { at
Jackson is Senior Wa pYgi { test the-pare-worsts ._.- I Sch ohn Johnson Junior Ward 'n n I degree from
;; Trig?W ?Tuly-the 27th, for n
area
r, W3"ah AYT.i4ltuE
Idwijtt tr4asurerPil ii doing her ,
Rogeift,
y'they will be cel t> tit2pfp -
ertha Johnson, presid1t 1o ) his, e iJt'IA004 (lower deck).." .. f New York annual Men's 1 y,

;jhe Wocnen'4 Auxiliary, asdl***e "que 10ntPd $ *t rtmJ TI nIt ,mo
Appointed an alternate jla] a lflItiae"" at danfljerbiBJcf41.s a f ;1 School Board who 4tndu 0Mft -
.
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onnyrltfaBUS 00
iHlo the forthcoming wa 4i ftputtie.
? iwam .
,Episcopal Cony nfiiU1P c I New r I.m Se U)'3'tY %$2 (
4he orcr e
,.4ng on M1 brl ea V d f n 19620) t1kBf .l..v4z Mtwnl, P"ISL4tM.i'Awtfi'8'15 Sl\e..b, Sesrpi., gilljttattt' at 11
V Two young atatools nI11a1LO1Ilr; !jntlo l.mc.ooYOJki1t 171'1 n Speaker, Her. J.

'-Saunders and Rosalie Da4 dg bit Jtad Yankee Stad- ''.{ ,do') "Qni.ob'L'Jllt lociation and on, pastor of the MJ :e-
teachers In the Sundaat' jlinalSftlgal beel1.. a b A.JI4W\&I I of the Baptist Church of Coe ut

;Miss Saundew, whose -jot aq ,'rca$ se.of e cramp Asa j ,wn f., teat Mrs. Bu11 IViX AY] evening at 43
/ piscopal Camp teRcd ten of the prev1MnIl stJ1f.: In. .. 808 Ebenezer a program of all c lie
'a tbearPvidl Gr rids wills *'W'e' tnv r ..wuAll where W : l and :botaa.dw of the
ivRPo's' W"\ftf 6.era
st In addition. Ae program. WIILbepresented ,Elks and vlrtortfrdUUM l dent

>warT for hero Arat r4i :
tat I
the churc! h un guests ) 1
iifWi7!tadl.
,School comprise m be '
\: $
Jit 40 children. j : eOn : the!Mlarruprivatehomes / \ A4&tATI
.
> !Q B i11f1P NOW, CALL jtlJf
< lastInstalled Sunda3sr hiIUa { e1r s eat en ne
New
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the_ L y 'zen's e and nearby areas. AU M"IIg ; .thiJTt&vel! 'Buretiy nna.8C&U -- .ee what ye> ft,
:of 4officers ar ftg t4wtiatl:' A e be filled :: .ri osta missingThore'e/ no eui tl*
,
commodations will according .
are Major Lewis, presi- to the Watchtower 1 1104 N.W.. \3rd"Ave;, ... c-. .. original BrMthea n
dt1 *iLeQet rcML1Ier P# Dre3tr ,roaming committee, and the ma- Phone Fr94779. *" 'n tilt' 'tS stness ..
dent; 7ohnby i. l&ity ot JttcndcxsjsdlLbeplaced .by.breathlapl. -Ouarain*

in homes following a gigan-
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Tailor,
seta (t.. oQqtCStro'i'lqtfmA i d tIo"s.. 191J eF.t 1ryr 92J . 6Znd tL i; lets.w .
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.:. THE MIAMI'TIMES-"The People1 Newspaper" JESCA Extends Its and many other things the Call TAYLOR' .
campers have made during the
PAGE 16SATURDAY( JULY 26, 1958I'l Day Care PeriodDue past six weeks Highlighting the .
Open House activities will be a
to the quality of our pro- skit, "The Mode Man Come FR 9-1703
gram and the Interested parents, Out.
The James E. Scott Community
Association will extend Its summer -
Day Camp period for an additional -

w r riC Parents two and weeks Interested thru persolns Aug. 8. MIAMI BEAUTY SUPPLY Co.

may obtain Information con-
cerning our Day Camp 'by call- Miami's Only All Colored House
ing the office of The: James E.
Scott Community Association al Distributors for . .
cwra rmoeRa PL 8-4791 or visiting us at our
Letters
L.
Posner Permian Apex M. Forrest
Camp headquarters In the Liberty -

haven't heard from "The Corner," that spot on 32nd Ave. and NW 14th Square Ave.Auditorium, 6304 Beauty Furniture and Fixtures by

st. that's tabbed Skid Row No. 1, within a week. A certain The Day Campers will hold ROMITO DONNELLY
commentator gave this spot a terrible tongue lashing recently. their Open House and Exercises
site a grocery-beer taven Is the popular hangout. Much has Friday, July 25 at 8 p.m. in the .. OPEN EVENINGS FROM 6 P.M. to 8 P.MJ.

said about the cats that patrol this area, It's said to be a mainE Liberty NW 14th Square Ave. The Auditorium public ,Is 6304 invited W. REEVES, Owner

for happenings, especially to
drag come out and see our
r if you are on the "stuff. A lot Day Campers in action. There 6500 'NW.15th Ave. PL 7-8991
of unsavory words were spoken sponsor special] entertainment and I will be a display of Arts and
when a recent .death occurred outing:, for the many wig beaten Crafts, various Indoor games, ___..'rR -_....._ ".

which was remarked as being the> expected here.. 1/II/ i!"............==-... ..------ ..., --.... ... .". ...
real base of this 48th street hap. !! W
4 pening. Some say you'll find Wilbur and A. L. Rogers,
more "hemp on sticks" on this along with Josephine' Lee and
main drag than largest drug L ill 1 e Ruth Green week- Fair Realty is Easy to Buy FromVISIT
store down town-and cheap at ended in: the "Isles of Pearls."
that. They recommend the Silver
Slipper and Bama Club among
The Entertainment spotlight li the many niteries they visited . OR CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645
focused on Club Downbeat, Just Anna Mae Edwards, cashier at
I offHi-way 1 In Goulds. Al Green Freddy's 18th Ave. Market vacation -
and band, featuring Bobby plans Include a visit to m
j !Brown, sensational 'blues crooner Nassau Aug. 6 . Mamie Bon- r
and a Stella floor show each du and children will join Daddy 'f
weekend is yours.. Former Booker Dave in Nassau Friday. He's
; Terrace manager Tommy there with Chickie Home i
.link, along with other familiar and his Madam Throckbottom
faces are there nightly to make carrying ons. It suits Mamie just.
yours an enjoyable, outingS fine.
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The, 'National Beauty Cultur- Elliott J. Pleze, Staff writer,
Ists' League Pink and Green news commentator, M.C., etc, etc I
Prom last night (Thursday, July will join the vacation throng in
I I t Si) at the Harlem Square opened Nassau on Aug. 2 . Marie White
; j what's to be the Beauticians' celebrated her natal day Tuesday li r
convention here . An affair to A gala outing it was . '. ai1i lt; "
J remember, was what Johnny The James "Sickle" Statens ..
Andertson. (staged for his wife, (Marie) passed Perfectos July ..' "
I. Catherine, on the roof of the 3. It's a little Jimmie . Sarah ; ,' .
{ Carver last Sunday evening. .1.1I. Matthews dropped in to say .
: was their first anniversary . "Hi", her two years In the Windy v .
I. The Young Wives Social C 1 u fc City sure "glows" all over . :,
t r expects to see you at its Cotton. The Gregg Hamms are vacationing t'
J ,; Dress dance at 535 Monday evening in N.Y. . Henry (A Line
c From Made) McKinney, has beenin
It. Veterans Hospital In Cosal
I a; 4 That musical (Fashion Tea Gables quite a while with a
I choir No. 'broken neck result of
'I Sunday, sponsored by es a an ?
J 2 and ushers of Antioch Baptists auto accident in West Palm
. Church on the data of outing Beach. WHY PAY RENT?
; 1 J I GuiW-O-iRet CocMail party at
, :v \ Club Jim Jam will feature the Baseball ScheduleRecreation
, C glamorous Guild, Chorettes, Sunday ---=:':-=== -
I !I at seven . Alpha Chi Pi. Division '
, I : Omega Sorority is honoring City of Miami BEST; BUYS ,
n i Theta Nu Sigma Sorority with a ::,, ,, .
: > '
b ( picnic at Virginia Beach July 28 Doreey Park Senior Baseball ,', :/:, ;;S w=:4 SPECIAL'. VALUES- AT ONLY '
From National Wine come League '
n an invite to their "klckoff' cock-
B tall party. An opener to select Scott Cubs, Friday, July 25: Each $795 Down
11 "Miss Silver Satin." Four beauties 7:30: p.m.
d] have been chosen to compete All Stars Raiders, Sunday, WE HAVE 4 HOMES AVAILABLE, BETWEEN N.W. 15TH AVE.
for the honors attached. All Stars Raiders, Saturday, AND' N.W.17TH AVE, N.W.. 58TH ST. AND N.W. 59TH ST. 2 OR 3

Liberty 'Theatre to feature two July, 28, 7:90: pm. BEDROOMS, FURNISHED AND :UNFURNISHED. CITY WATER.

I O ttan flicks that still rate "triple A"- (Latin Stars Opa Locka Jets, I WILL NOT LAST. HURRYIIJI!!!! ,
"Blackboard Jungle" with Side Sunday, July 27, 2 pjm.
Poitler on Sunday thru Tuesday, Red Sox Monarch, Monday,
bi and Wednesday that religious July 27, 7:30: pm. $995 DOWN Locka Beauties
New Opa
flick, the "Robe" opens . Perry
su Robinson is seeking talent for Puerto Rico Stars Hector New 3 bedroom CBS homes now "
; his ,variety show in the making Tuesday, July 29, 7:30: p.m. I!);.j' being built. Browa Sub or Liberty 3 BEDROOM CBS HOMES "
Contact him at the Liberty Royals Scott Wednesday, iti '
11] City. Separate living room, dining $795 DOWN .
Theatre. Its planned for Aug July 30, 7:30 pJitfOBl .
fhan . One of the busiest beauticians Cubs All Stars, Thursday, I room, modern kitchen and bath No closing costs. One mortgage. +;
preparing for the meet here July 31, 7:30 pjn.Advertise room, front porch. Close to Close
th. lot colors. to public
'' this week Is Mrs. Florence All schools and shopping Real beauties Pick your ,
1 school high school. See samples
\, from her headquarters In Pom- Total ,
$12,500. Can show fur-
pano Beach. Word comes that already sold. East of N.W. 19th
It
: : Broward County Beauticians wi]n Pays!Ii4 Wished samples Good buys. Ave. on N.W. 155th S.. Two being

IIWI constructed on N.W. iSSth St east
: $495 DOWN of N.W. '18th Ave. $12,995 total.

: TV SICK ? In town, 3 bedroom, completely Check all these new features
furnished home. One mortgage :to found only in higher priced homes.
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hit ) pay. $16.50 week pays all. $7,995
3 bedrooms
hOI mo Then dial FR 4.2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. total price. o Rear Patio

i Built! >!in oven
BROWN
Ne r SAME DAY SERVICE $995 DOWN NEW Bu
; SUB. CBS e ikfnastrange
ALL MAKES ALL MODELS bedroom, all modern kitchen .
with built in and Beautiful Formica Kitchen
i, Picture Tube Spvciml bathroom oven with! modern range. tqb,- Sliding Glass Doors
E:, I shower and doors. Large lot. Separate : Enameled kitchen cabinet ''
tic I" 2t.lnch-$29.95 Large walk in closets
17.inch-,22.95 living
room, dining room. No
Oversized
ro', ;J,. closing cost*. Hurry. 0 lot
.. ...; ,; e CBS construction

'&, :'I LATCH ON TO THIS BARGAIN Income duplexes I 3 units 4 units Beautiful bathroom

Buy now. Why pay rent? ti Deposit will hold until completed
Used 17-inch TV-Good condition $39.95 if '

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