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ns- of a Circuit Court order direct- deadline fing of }she committee hearing scheduled to delay in the case would stymie
t Jo CommitteeWill ing them to produce their rec Graves Nt a Juneo0 be held in Miami Aug. 11. His the committee to that it could
ords for the state Legislative Investigating of the U 8.. uprcme Cfrurt order said they would be jailed not complete its work} before the
Not See Committee. Alabama C i: which .,&?ld i'i i for contempt, if> they failed to 1959 Legislature convenes next
:L The state court took action would bl 7ft Lviolatio' of comply. April. :

after NAACP> attorney G. E. constitutemembers \rightr,for N The four Miami NAACP offi- The state supreme court had I
; NAACP Records Graves filed a petition citing a aveVfo produce cers involved In the case are the ruled last June 18 in a separate !
,I U. S. Supreme Court decision. mem'bersbiJ'tinanc1al. Rev. Theodore Gibson Mis apeal that the investigation '
The Miami Chapter of the The high court ordered a full- records. /,1' Vernell Albury, Mrs, Ruth Per- committee had the right to sub-
NAACP won another moral victory :cale hearing into the merits of Circuit Judge son of ry and Atty. Graves. poena witnesses of the NAACP
t this week when the Florida the case to be held before it on Miami had directed the NAACPto The committee attorney', Mark and Florida Council for Human
Supreme Court granted a stayBeauticians Sept. 2. Aug. 18 was set as the produce their records for a Hawes had told the court any Relations.

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--,.'-- Institute Graduation vaganza :will be held at 8.30 on
I Tuesday! night, Aug. ,0 at the,
Rev. Hutcheson Dies; Sunday Afternoon Bayfront Auditorium, The Extravaganza
Funeral Saturday Negroes Apply to, Palm will present" *- spectacular -
.' By ELLIOTT J. PIEZE hair style fashion' review

,' The: 39th Annual Conventionof featuring Mi s Perlta Bates, National .'
the National Beauty Guitarists Model and Charm Instructor -

.I Beach Junior CollegeWest League, Inc., officially opens on Lea,'ue. ''The of the show Beauty will open Culturists witha
Monday morning at 9 o'clock at '
parade of states, followed by
the Bayfront Park Auditorium.At .
Palm Beach Three 5 Monday the Beau- Na* au,' Bahamas, then will come
p.m. the fabulous hair} styles) and finally

Negroes have applied for admission who fought for and won Integration ticians' National Parade will be
the latest styles In hat:.
to the all-White Palm Beach of the West Palm Beach held. The parade will pass thru
Junior College, and the county 18. the streets of the The Beauty Extravaganza will
municipal golf course\ April principal area
be of the the
x' B one top features of
school board officials have taken He said he 'came to the school and will be a spectacle well convention
; their application "under advise- board with his request because worth observing Miss Bates her associate
ment." that's where attorney William P. Monday night at 830: o'clock and
models will display $35,000
I Spearheading the move is the President's will be a
he Banquet
;a Holland was told to go when
NE wardrobe from '"Wilma of New
__ young, militant, Dr. Gartrell tried to enroll his son in North held at the Bayfront Park Aud- York", the world's finest in I
Gaines who represents the In- Borough School in 1950. torlum.INSTITUTE'S. fashions. I'

tercivic League. Gaines has ask- The Holland case, attackingFlorida's : 'GRADUAT'ION The public is invited to thePresident'
'It ed for reply to his .
a quick re- pupil alignment law, SUNDAY AFTERNOON' Banquet, the graduation -
4.R M rt quest. has been taken under advisementby
The 'graduation 'exercises of exercises, the' Beauty, Extravaganza '
, He said:i pre:ent Negro facilities the U. S. Fifth Circuit Court the National Institute of Cosmetology and all other
of Appeals.The .
''I" we inadequate, and that will be held on Sundayat open meetings of the convention.
7' 1 Negro Students can not get a students seeking admission -
) I 3 pin at Bayifront Auditorium Reservations for the banquetmay
decent education under segregation were Identified as Beatrice be made
r Students who attended the by contacting the
,; "P,;, in the county. Ulan, Richard Nottage and Esther Institute which opened on Mon- Sunlight School of Beauty Cul-

.... :,f;.". :.i"f', '.. ." N. ... ,. Gaines was one of the Negroes Taylor. day morning at Booker T. Washington ture, 1011 NW 2nd ave.
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Rev. Sumner Hutcheson Sr., diplomas as graduates at these o'clock the various state presidents -
pioneer Miami minister, of 1630J exerd e8. Mrs. Daisy Lampkin of the League will be entertaIned -
NW l&th court, died early Sun- Fight JESCA Zoning of the Pittsbugh Courier will be Hotel. at the Mary "Elizabeth
day morning at his home. the principal speaker.
!Rev. Hutcheson Is survived by NATIONAL BEAUTY The convention will end at 3
two sons, Sumner Jr., and A public school teacher and a are centered around the Liberty EXTRAVAGANZATUESDAV p.m. Thursday Aug. 7.
Emanuel, fivq daughters, M p- housewife have filed a suit In Square and Scott Community I NIGHT Many of the vUiUns: beau tic-
dames Thelma Walker, Lovette Circuit Court to prevent the centers The National Beauty Extra- Continued on page 16
Robinson, Evelyn Davis, Elodia James E. Scott Community As- I
Mae Preston and Elizabeth Rob- oclatlon from occupying;: Its new -

inson, a sister, Mrs. Lillie Days, a quarters at 1133 NW 66th St.
brother, .Bev. Albert Hutchesonof Mrs.; Gwendolyn Green, H70
Nassau. NW 65th St., the teacher, and
Funeral services for Rev. Mrs. A. F. Deshazlor of 6620 NW
Uth ave., filed the petition
Hutche:on will be held on Sat- Gam. T
r The two ask the court to seaside
urday afternoon at 2 o'clock at r' 4 r
Temple Baptist Church under the a variance by the city and : : % bne !l r ,
grant a temporary and perma-
direction of the M. S. Allen Fun-
eral Home with the Rev C. A. nent' injunction against the association -
Fritz officiating. from carrying on its
The body will lie in repose at activities there.
the funeral home from 6 PJTI. JESCA is a United Fund affiliate -

Friday until 8.30: Saturday morning with a community program r Py S 1

; and then at Temple Baptist varying from nursery ,,. re'
Church until funeral time. school age children to golden age f'w fid I''
senior citizens. Most activities '.
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U. 8. Senate candidate Claude I A

Pepper was hot as a match picture was made at Mad- ?1 l'' T ,TY. yw ,, lr
Thursday when he accused hU ison Square Garden in New ; y.r6

opposition Senator Spessard York following an appearance r
Holland of wing a picture madeIn by Robeson. n Mr
1948 to discredit his, campaign
Pepper charged that Sen Spes-
Pepper displayed a picture Lard Holland, his opponent, "has '4'.
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which showed him with singer V.f
Paul Robesots ,and Henry Wallace started to resort to the Hitler
who was then secretary of com technique, of the big lie. But It ,f' ,

merce. won't work In Florida Thepeople ,

Pepper declared. The Holland won't go for It."
people are saying "Here li a man ----
who delights In seeking the Model who will appear in the NBCL Rutherford, Irene V. Harris,. Perlta Bates,
company of Communists. Should Register Now! National Beauty Extravaganza at Bay. Ruby Curry and Lucille Rutherford. Not :

I refuse to be photographed with! Front Park Auditorium Tuesday night are shown I* Vera William of West, Palm ; r
him (Robesoo Just because he
Is a Negro?" !Books 'Close Aug. 9 shown above. Shirley. Pyfrom, Luciou Beach. .....



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REMEMBER, GIRLSI also permitted him to hire an
assistant for pay. The assistant)
All that glitter definitely It not' William (Bill) Stirrup. Hereto-

gold, fore, both Pieze and Stirrup with
It's a story very, very old for '- '
their staff worked the parade '
When you 'think It's you free. !: :_ q -', .
It could be her, too

80, why leave// yourwelf out In JIMMIE BROWN, newest addition .
the cold? to the singing Orioles

quartet, is a former Miamian.
Things are not always what they Jimmle replaces Billy, who was

seem, induced by agents to go out on a F a;
Especially If you're one that's on his own as a single. y -J
the beam;
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So please don't cuss ' : :

Always come we us . BARBARA (Bobble) 'OLIVER "' i "
Before you let off with your hot who spent 10 days vacationing I ** f ; : Y' 4'
steam.We'll In Manhattan, N.Y., returned to, t-
the local boulevards worried1bout i .
'admIt we're the one who her social status since she

. pen the story, failed to keep her promise to her ---t -
But you're certainly not the"one Big Moment when she left. I
who got the glory;
So, If you know you're right NASSAUVIAN OLQA SMITH
Why stay up all night and her ofay fiance, a native of
Turning and squirming with Holland, are now Mr. and Mrs.,
worry? after a Bahamian welding. A
honeymoon trip takes them to
The truth Is never, never told, Paris, Holland' and London on a
So, always check the facts before love safari that'll keep them
you scold; away from the isle indefinitely.
If oil were known about you dear

There'd really be reason to sheda There'. AN authorized ambulance j
tear. 0 service operating at 1490 Four lovely ladies, contestants in the right are "King" Coleman, disc jockey

Just because. you acted very, very NW 62nd St. It's a county-wide I I Miss Silver, Satin contest, were presentedto from radio station WMBM, Miss Silver

bold.Remember membership association that enables members of the press and radio at a Satin contestants Williams
Mary Mary
to select the ambulance ,
and you cocktail party Friday at National Brands
this, ways bearIn of choice show Martin Marie Adams and
Britt
mind, your your 690 N.W. 13th St. The party was the"kickoff" Marjorie ,
membership card, and get the
There are. more women than you 'service. of the Miss Silver Satin contestin Ed Cook, disc jockey from radio station

who rate a line; Dade and Broward counties. Left to WFEC.
So, when you get the feel I. WFEC's LOUISE 'GRIFFIN
That we shouldn't squeal
broadcasterwith - -- - -- -
Try, remember. to always toe the former part-time Pirates Sign FAMU
line. "Louise Griffin Show" has BERLIN FILMFESTIVAL Vereen Joins Rams
been hired full-time by the Herb 2nd BasemanThe
Schoor Interests. In addition to FETE
It's bald when you' *I you'repicked Fullback Alonzo Vereen of the
her blues and spirituals program Pittsburgh Pirates this
upon, NAMES POITIER FAMU Rattlers reported to the
Miss Griffin serves as secretaryand
It's better. when you learn you'renot week announced the signing of
the one; receptionist. "BEST ACTOR" Los Angeles Rams training cen- second baseman Elmer Eugene

So, regardless to the cost ter last week. lie wad the Rams' Edwards to a contract for next
Let us continue to be the boss SUNDAY 18 FUN DAY for all Hollywood (ANP) The second draft choice and a bonus season with their Clinton (Iowa)
And go on reading our stuff for. Carver. Branch. YMCA enthusi world's No. 1 actor for the yearis baby. Al is from Ocala and was club in the Midwest League.
the fun. asts. An informal water show a Negro. His name is Sidney Edwards, 20, is a senior at Fla.
-SWEETS (featuring youngsters who have Poitler. I. voted the "Most Outstanding A&M University. The youngster
acquired the art of swimming The authority for this pronouncement Player" of the 1057 Orange -who stands '-10Jh and weighs

* ERNESTINE AND William after 8 days of training, will be were Judges of the Blossom Classic by his team- 167 was rated one of the
Larry are cuddling a 7 lb. 7 oz. on tap at the Booker Terra'cepool. international Berlin Film festival mates. finest infielders in the South" by
bundle of pink. She's been tag- Exhibition, group swim- who selected the tall lithe New his coach, O. A. Moore.A .
Red Leah Ellen, born July 16 at ming, singing and all sorts of Yorker (ex-Miamlan and Mas I righthanded batter and
Christian Hospital. water sports climaxes the acti- sauvian) for the honor becauseof thrower, the St. Petersburgh native -
vities of the YM's Day Camp, an his portrayal of the Southern ring Tony Curtis, will be world- is very highly thought of
annual Carver Branch program fugitive Cullen, In Stanley Kra- premiered in Chicago in mid- by the Pittsburgh organization.He .
ADDIE
cashier ft for the PIERCE Carter, longtime Everybody is invited, so, you mer's newest film production,i August. will report next rpring.
Clothing can't afford to miss it! Program "The Difiant Ones." ,
Store, enjoys "
a new assignmenta
time 4 to 6 p.m. The film was one of only three
: manager-secretary of the '
House of 'ALbert funeral establ- American motion pictures accepted -
lishment. ft JIM AND GLORIA BAKERare as entries in the festival. : COMMUNI'TYfJ
wearing broad smiles as wideas "Best Actress" nod went to Anna
LOVELY Barbara Ellison T H I S since the arrival of Magnani for her role in "Wild is fJ:
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Dorsey Elementary secretary, decided their Infant ton on Sunday, July The Wind. STORECOR.
that the lucky \\guy will be 27. The Christian Hospital entry Poitler is widely accepted as
Sammy Rogers for an altar trekif saw daylight as 11:13: a.m.weigh- a great talent by his contemporaries -
It'll be ing seven and one half pounds. and on, the strength of the
any one at all. rare critical acclaim received N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St.

from the festival Judges, he is
FIRST LT. ALVA McLEODwas
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. A POPUAR Miami mixolo-
looked up as being well on the PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLEDCut
19 nurses who landedin
gist and Sportsman Club mem- among
to
way fulfilling his
ber, will take a Larry Steele Beirut, Lebanon, Sunday last bition greatest am- Rate
that of Drugs Free
top rating as. an DeliveryCOSMETICS
lovely for his bride come December to set up an evacuation hospitalfor untyped star
of stars.
The beautiful chorine1, UjS. Marines. Lt. McLeod is The "Defiant -'GIFTS HOSIERY FOUNTAIN SERVICE
Ones"
now displaying her shapely the daughter of Herman and Ma- co-star- aEAL TEST ICE CREAM-MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT BILLS
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tilda MoLeod of - "
Liberty -
gams at Miami Beach's plush City, and - -
Deauvllle Hotel, is a Philadel- I a sister of Elma, Ruth, Naomi, Phone ?Uxa 8-4703. Phone PLaza 84704C.
phia cutie Eugene and Earl. Another sister, EXCURSIONTO
Mrs. Gilbert (Alice) Knowles is M. JOLLIVETTE 8R., Prop
a nurse I at Jackson Memorial NASSAUon
. The WILLIS MUKRAY8' .
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(Gloria Morley) of Brownsville luxurious cruise ship
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USA,, last at FLORIDA
Sunday ayem at 9:30 on a two- THE HAMMOND ORGAN
week vacation. Willis is a staff that the late ork leader Sammy Round Trip LIVE AT THE BEAUTIFUL

member at Floral Heights ele- Williams loved so well but left (lower deck) $39
mentary while Gloria in staffedat after his untimely death, is said
Carver elementary in Coconut to be valued at $3,000. The instrument Plus S2.85. tax Booker Terrace MotelA
Grove. is now the property of
his sister, Mrs. Rhoda Culmer. Promenade deck $46.00

. JOHN HENRY LEGGETT,
former Miami bachelor playboy SO GREAT WAS the Miami Leave Miami Aug. 1 6 p.m. few permanent rooms availableFor

now a California benedict, returned Beach response to Robert Earl Leave Nassau, Aug. 6, S p.m low
home with his wife dur- Sawyer's "Swapping Wives? ," as as $18.00 per week
ing last weekend enroute to which played a Washington Ave- Attend the Bahamas State
Nassau in the Bahamas. It's hiswife's nue engagement last Friday,. the Association of Elks meetingIn Kitchenettes only $22.50 per week
first trip over. Leggett is play has been held over for another Nassau Aug. S to 6
a brother of Mrs. Josephine three days. Louise Davis INCOMING TELEPHONE
Dunn,. business and .fraternal and Ellis Evans are new members All Elks and vlstore. CALLS

big-twig. of the cast. cordially weloomed ... FREE ELECTRICITY GAS

MAGISTRATE special guests O USE OF SWIMMING
' MAXWELL J
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handed his resignation to t h e THOMPSON of Nassau is up for MAKE RESERVATIONS

FAMU Orange Blossom Classic an award. The plaque will be FOR TRIP NOW, CALL Air conditioning available for small extra charge
Committee, the group refused to presented the Jurist for his distinguished -

accept it, but offered Elliott J. services to the Baha- North's Travel Bureau NEwton 5-2581 4200 N.W. 27th Ave.
Pieze a substantial financial mas, by the National Beauty Cul-
settlement if he continues as turirts League, Inc. 1104 N.W. 3rd Are. ,
chief marshall! of the annual Phone Fr 9-6779 I

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: A glamorous, excitement-packed weekend in 'sunny, fashionable Nassau '!
c' pt' . full week of fun at the magnificent Hotel Theresa in New York
o P . modeling course at the Ophelia, DeVore Charm School in New York
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AUGUST 2
PAGE 4 SATURDAY, ,
JUST BROWSIN'By

PAUL R. HENRY

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In Birmingham, Ala., last week
city officials became a little more
generous, If that Is what we may
call It: they removed the restrictions -
TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ELLIS against Negroes applying -
"The Times Are Changed And We Are Changed With Them" for government job .
Consequently, four Negroes made
Office at 1112 N.W. Third Avenue, Miami, Florida-Phone PR 3-2238 ''applications for clerical assl-
Plant at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone PL 4.6128 tants, typists clerks and health
Inspector One who applied fora
Entered ae Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927, at the Poet Office at policeman's Job was turned
Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876H. down as being underweight 1

E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor Qn Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on
GARTH C. REEVES, Associate Editor and Business Manager Tuesday ten. men were reported
dead. Sheriff Thomas J. Kelly
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association director of public ,afety for Dade
Member of the Associated Negro Press County named Arthur Payne. II
former deputy, a? being the ring
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: leader in a plot to overthrow the .
ONE YEAR $4.00 SIX MONTHS $2.50 THREE MONTHS $1.50 Haitian government Payne was -- -
recruiting personnel of Miami's This bevy of bountiful beauties were the hit of the
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" I Metropolitan police force for expedition second annual Urban League Guild cabaret party last
THE NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the world Sunday at the Jim Jam Club. These chorettes formed the
from racial and national antaglonlsms when It accords to every man Payne and another Miami ex- a-la Sarah
regard Ie.. of race color or creed, his human and legal rights. Hatingno officer were killed by machine dancing background for the lusty chirping
man, fearing no man-the Negro Press strives to help every man gun fire from the Haitian presidential Vaughn by Frank Legree on the extreme right. The showwas
'in the firm belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held, back.A palace. The amount was a huge success and the large crowd got its kicks out
*2000 mentioned in the payofffor of these prancing glamazons. They are, left to right,

single good government Is a blessing to the whole earth. deal the six ruccessful.former officers. if the Harry Wheatley, David Bythwood, Daniel Lang, Vernon
Jefferson was Jackson and Dan Johnson;'-photo by Adams.

In Sarasota, a five-foot shark
- attacked an eight year old boy
V YE EDITOR'S ,,11M held onto his leg until boy and Thursday until 6 pan and Duval Promises
.r NOTEBOOKNAACP land hark were pulled onto the Saturday from 8:30: to 5:30: p.m.
beach The boy's leg had to ,be
Pools and Parks
WINS AGAIN amputated. An unusual happen-. Looks like that September .
'nsr. Primary will be interesting.
The NAACP and*J its attorney. G. E. Graves, have Fancy 35 candidates are in the For NegroesHarvie
chalked anoher .vi .In New York 122,000 members! ]race for those five Metro Commission -
up tory against: the Legislative Investigating -
of Jehovah's Witnesses opened
seats. Well If you have Duval, county commission
Committee ;headea by Senator Charley Johns of their annual convention the ;registered you' will be able to candidate from District 2,
Starke. Some weeks ago the State Supreme Court held Yankee Stadium and 'Polo j pick your man. If you have not told the Miami Times today that
that NAACP officials would have to bring the association's Grounds last Sunday. This meet registered, Saturday is your last he "will fight for a program of
membership records before the committee, and a i hi reported to be the largest religious I chance.Do swimming pools, parks:: and rec-
meeting was scheduled for August 11 in Miami. convention ever to meetin you know some Negro reation areas based on neednotOn
New York City. should have qualified for this race, creed or color.'
Graves contends that jt would be a violation of their Primary. We have got to file and He rapped Metro's five present
constitutional Tn Criminal Court on Tues- contest whether we win or not. commissioners for increasing the
right if they are required to submit records. day, Judge Ben C. Willard sen- The right is ours. We have contested county !budget $6,000,000, yet

However, on Wednesday the court changed that tenced Atty. George Everett office in the past. Are we trying to make It appear they're
convicted of involvement in for-
progressing or rerograding?
lowering taxes.
ruling and ordered the Investigating Committee' to hold gery and worthless checks to one Next week we will publishthe
up its probe of the organization, and asked both sides to year In the penitentiary. list of candidates. "They talk about the 1.1 mill
file.full briefs for a hearing on September 2. decrease In the tax rate," said
-L Sunday St. Ann's Episcopal Two pioneer members of the Duval, "but they don't talk about
This action on the part of the State Supreme( ) Court : Church Hallandale, the agency force of the AfroAmerican the Increase in assessments that
was taken because of a recent decision of the United (Rev Elisha Clarke vicar, cele- Insurance Co., retired after will be necessary to pay for the
States Supreme Court which declared state legislatures brated the 44th Patronal Festi- I more than 30 years service. They increased budget including
val with Solemn Sung Mass and are Mrs. Azzie L. Blackshear of Items like that super-expensive:
have no 'fright to demand NAACP membership lists. the Sacrament of Confirmation 1665 NW Fifth Court and W. C. furniture they've bought for their
administered to eight candidatesby Cole of 1722 NW Fifth Court. own offices in the courthouse."
We will now look forward to the hearing on Sept. 2 the Rt. Rev. William Moses, Duval predicted that "most
when briefs are filed, but It seems clear to everyone thatas T>(iD., su'ffragran bishop of the Interstate Protecting tax bills will be higher": when
far as presenting the membership )lists is concerned, diocese of South Florida The ; the commission gets around to
the case is closed, unless it becomes another instance of bishop was also the preacher Richmond HeightsThe setting new assessments: basedon

defying the ruling of the highest tribunal in the United the Many Church from of the the congregation Incarnation of, the increased budget.

States. Therefore, we must call it another victory for the Liberty City, motored to HJal- Interntate Detective Bu-
four officials: ,A tty| G. E. Graves, President Theodore landale to participate in the service 'deau Security Patrol division has
established a patrol in. the Rich- cars also protects the children by
Gibson, Secretary Ruth Perry and Treasurer Vernal mond Heights area for protec- keeping: a constant watch out for
Albury. i """ The National Business League tion of the residents. speeders. .
In addition to O. Hartwell Is chief of
the National Housewives regular patrols secur-
The investigation scheduled for August 11 also League in the
was and the National Bankers Assoc- residential area the patrol ity.
to look into the operation of the Ku Klux Klan, and we tlon will hold a 3-day conference I

suppose that organization's membership list would have at North Carolina College, Durham -
been brought before the committee; but with the high NCI, July 30-August 1 The
court's ruling the KKK too official banquet is scheduled for I '
cannot, be compelled to present HERE IT IS!
its membership' lists.WELCOME. Thursday evening July 31 The
League was established in 1900; t..:*! ,
it is the oldest
national economic
organization among Negroes. Dr THE QUICK EASY WAY TO
BEAUTICIANSThis F. D. Patterson is president of
the organization.: CIVIL SERVICE SUCCESS

week we join Miami, in fact Dade County, in r Howard University,
extending a very warm welcome to the National Beauty D. C. is among the Washington 12 colleges -- '
I Culturists League, Inc., and the National Institute of selected to offer courses in Arco Home Study Books
Cosmetology now holding their 89th ''annual convention radiation biology for high school]

In our city. The sessions which began on July 28 will closeon < science gram teachers under a pro-

August 7. Atomic sponsored Energy Commission Jointly by the and How to Study U. S. Post Office ': .

Mrs. Katie Whickam is president of the Beauty Cul the tion, National the AEC Science reported.Founda-Under Schemes (No. 188) .,..................:i t.x:;$1.00
turists' League, Marcus Lyons, dean of the Institute of the program six to eight week It. .i Jf!;" .

Cosmetology! ,Mr. D A. Julius is the convention chairman. _courses were started last week. Postal Clerk-Carrier '(No. 21). ................;.;.')h.:..... 3.00
'
Institute meetings being held at the Boats ,. \ '
are Booker T. are becoming plentiful
Washington High/ School, Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Beth l in and around our territory, and Patrolman, Police Department (No. ,19)' <. 3.00
AME Church. The convention will official sessions we like to ace that. When yo ,fore
onen anglers make a good And any others you may ;want to study ,
catch, tell
i Monday at "Bayfront Park City Auditorium. A very Interesting the Miami Times, even if its not
and neatly printed program has been preparedfor : abig one, we will understand. - .
your information.. We want your friends to know
when you are fishing. Maybe you MAIL COUPON .,#
Miami rejoices with you this week as she is celebrating don't. ,
her 62nd birthday. It might be interesting for Florida Civil Service Book Store'Box .
We do
you to know that Miami has grown from a population of boys for know the Miami that several Times news 6, Uttle River Sta., Miami 38Pleas
370 to population of 305,000. In Dade Dad County, 'of old as many as 350 have (,,", : ,:
papers on --. .. -- ---
.rnr-
which Miami is the principal city, we 'have a populationof Friday afternoon and Saturday -
over 837,000. morning, and that Is ,,:.l
selling lor.a boy. Now really listen good to send me No. ...,.............., I enclose titck. or money fd rfor'
We are now erimentlng with anew form of government this, because it is a record and 4. I. .. :tv,4.I

known as Metropolitan government, where the this boy deserves credit. Willie ...._..........__...._ . \,; ,
county will take over certain functions of its 26 munici Jerry'old 500, our top salesman really '. .. .. ., :
in
papers t hat
palities. You will probably hear more about this before. time. He it doing a good Job.short Name| .._......__.....*>...M______..__.._..__ ':::..:......._....
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you leave our city. '

We have a wonderful city (not by any means without the If beeks you did were not In register your precinct when Add,.... ......._...._......__....___.__..--J':..".:.__.........

fault) but we are proud of our city, and we want you you still have an opportunity, but
to enjoy it as much as possible. We are hoping that when you must go to 116 W. Flagler st. City ??.?_?__ ?-. State.. _. ?. .. .

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I Personal MentionC. i Wins Award SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1358 PAGE 5 I


Tallahasee Six awards were

M. Jolllvett and two children leave Miami on Saturday night made here recently to the record .- Dade County Young,
Russ and Cleo, and James for New York City, and a short five students who graduatedfrom ', E '
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Strachan motored to Port Ar- vacation. the college of law. at Flor- Broward Democrats Ass'nI
thur, Texas last week. Returning ida A&M University, according ., ; ;
tIT' '
they were accompanied by Mr i Mrs. Athalie Range and daughter to an announcement made by ;County : I You are invited to hear candi-
week's Dean Thomas Jenkins. E' dates in the coming electionat
Jollivette's mother Mrs. Regina Myrna, spent a vaca- ; "
Jollivette, who will spend some tion in Nassau returning to Miami The highest honoree WAS Miss New "' :" a meeting sponsored by the
time with the family. Another, Aug., I, !Bernice Gaines of Jacksonville. '',, "'" Dade County Young Democratic
son, Harold, also lives in Miami. Miss Gaines shared the faculty :::1' Ass'n Monday, Aug. 4, 8 p.m. at
t er I Guy Allen: returned home award with James Mathews of 8yWalt.r \\1iii : St. John Baptist' Church, between
Gina Jollivette, who spent last week spending several daysat Tallahassee and 'was the highest Bow \\ i 13th and 14th streets on 3rd ave.
four weeks at Camp QuannacutNY Jackson Hospital. honoree. She is the second wo- I I Present will be Rep. John B.
also visiting her mother, man to complete the threeyearcourse I I Orr, Mrs. Dorothy Mitchell and
Mrs. Frances Jollivette, who is Aaron Robinson, Patterson, in law here. The C. 'W' H. chamber of Ben McGahey and others.
attending cummer school at New NJ. businessman is vacationing Best all around student hon- Commerce will meet at the homeof John O. Brown, president I
York University, returned home in the, city with his wife, Walton ors went to Mr. Matthews. The Walter Bowe, Monday night,
via Eastern Airlines last Sunday. Y., local BTW school marm at Moot Court award went to Rev Aug. 4, 830; p.m. All membersare
'Miss Jollivette reports a very interesting their lovely home on 23rd ave. Samuel Nesbitt, Jacksonville asked to be present. Thank You
and enjoyable trip. Robinson is happy over the progress Odell Johns of Miami was the
made in Miami since last most active student in community The C. W. H. Fire Department
!Mrs. Beatrice Styles and he visited here. His many activities and Timothy Cas- received its third compensationcheck
grandson, Conrad, who have beenin friends are also enjoying pleas- tell, Fort Pierce, was the most from Broward County
the city to attend 'the funeralof ant moments and rehashing vivid improved students. Commissioners for the service of
her niece and cousin, Mrs. memories. the Fire Dept. for this community -
Ruth Austin have returned to for the year. The check
their home in West Palm Beach Misses Marcia Elizabeth, Cassandra Baseball Schedule dated July 22, amounted to
:Another aunt Mrs. Cecelia Smith Elaine and J. Hartman Opa Locka Jets Raiders $1,000.
of Fort Pierce, also was la the Taylor Jr., children of Mr. and Friday, August 1, 7:30: pjn.
city for the funeral, has returned Mrs. J. Hartment Tayolr of 3150 Tigers Latin Stars, Saturday Samuel, Dorsett of 5418 SW 16
to Ft. Pierce. NW 50th St., left by Pan Amer- August'2, 7:30: pjn. St., Washington Park, left on
ican plane for Nassau July 20. Puerto Rico Stars Red Sox, Saturday morning for Nassaufor
William Stirrup' post office They will be guests of their uncle Sunday, August 3, 7:30: pjn. three week' vacation. He
employee is spending his vaca and aunt Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Scott Hector, Monday, Aug. will visit his sisters and other
tion in New York.C. Taylor, Boys Industrial iSchooi, 4, 7:30: p.m. "'a+wca and will also go to '
Fox Holl. I All Stars Royals, Tuesday, 31jff, Eleuthera.
C. North of the Nor t h August 5, 7:30: p.m _
Travel Bureau, made a short Jim Bonivy, accompanied by Opa Locka Cubs, Wednes- Mrs Rozena Taylor of 4205
business trip to Nassau last his daughter, arrived from the day, Aug. 7, 7:30: p.m. SW 20th rt., will celebrate her
'
weekend. Bahamas last Saturday. He is Tigers Raiders, Thursday, birthday at her home in Carver
visiting his brother, T. Bonivy Aug. 7, 7:30: pjm. Ranches Su/ndav./ Happy birthday -
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Mrs. Vivian Davis of 5369 Col who is convalescing from a recent (Monarch Latin Stars, Friday to you. I
lins Ave., Miami Beach, is home illness, and his sister, Mrs Aug. 8, 7:30: pjn. On July 22 a rurprlse partywas
after attending the 48th General Lessie McKenzie. Playoff start August 14. Best Gus Hart ot Carver Ranches, given in honor of Mrs Viola
Conference of the Seventh 52nd Ave. Hill, deputy state at large of the
Day two out of three ;g.a.mes. No player died at his home on
Adventists in Cleveland. will be able to play unless he SW 23rd 'st. Sunday morninj. He Order mf Eastern Star, at 4818
May Quit United has a uniform (pants shirt and was a well known tile setter of NW 27th ave., titled "This is
Leaving Cleveland with friend Droward County Your Life in the OES Field.
Coaches
caps) (shirt and cap). Miami and
Mrs. Theresa Howard of New Nations Team; Game time is forfeit time. Funeral services will be held The affair war sponsored by Ii
London Conn. Mrs. Julia Evans oat Central Mrs. Cora Solomon, W. M. of
Sunday afternoon
NehruNEW ---t:..... Clark Eureka Chapter No. &6, OES of II
and Mrs. Margurite Edgecomlbe, it Baptist Church, Rev. E. J,
motored Opa Locka, Mrs. Gertrude Lat-
they to Detroit, Canada officiating.Mrs.
Niagara Falls, Rochester, Boston DELHI (ANP) WELCOMEBeauticians' timore, W. M, of Pride of Hialeah -
Providence, R.I.' then to Connecticut Prime Minister Nehru announced Theresa Cohen of Carver Chapter No. 61, and Mrs.
where she was guest of lart week that his country is"considering" Ranches returned from a three Mattle- (Wilson, WJM. of Para-
Mrs. Howard for several day the question of weeks visit to the Bahamas with dise Chapter No. 117 as chair-
and visited many places of In- withdrawing from the three-na- National Convention relatives and friends. man. It was the grandest affair
terest. !Mrs. Davis and Mrs. tion United Nations observer ._ ever given in honor of a deputyof
I- uSw M
the OES. The officer and
Evans visited relatives and group on Labanon.
friends in New York, Long Island "Foreign Intervention is always i members of the chapters were I
and Newark before returning dangerous because it leadsto BlancheCalloway Club Encourages there from as far down as Mara-
home. all kinds of complications,", thon and as far north as V e r o
Voter RegistrationThe
Nehru told newsmen. That is Beach.:
Mrs. Sarah Joner, owner and why, he declared, India viewedthe Deputy Viola 11111 takes this
operator of the Vogue Beauty dispatch of ILN. troops to Richmond Heights Wo- method of thanking all chapter,
man's Club, along with other their matrons and patrons, officers -
Box, 929 NW Third Ave., will Lebanon with 'great concern.
organizations in the communityis and members for the gifts
Presents encouraging' residents to reg- and donation presented to her.
Proudly ister to vote. Free transportation She also) thanks the M.A.M.
HOTEL CARVER from will be provided from 5 p.m. officers and members of the
to 7 p.m. from the school on Heroines of Jericho Courts for
Larry Steele'sSmart August 1, 4 and 8. their donations. Thanks to Mr.
STARLIGHT ROOF Guest speaker at the last club and Mrs. Ed Walker for the
Affairs meeting was state representativeJohn grand reception held at their
FRI. SAT. SUN. Of 1958 Orr. He emphasized the importance home, 2961 NW 50th it. Special
-H of registering to vote thanks to our Grand Patron,
''' Pinkey Roberta and taking' interest in commun- Rev. T. A. 'Holle for taking time
r : f ity affairs out to be a part of this grand
1 v M. C. The next regular meeting of affair.

The Sex-tational the club will be Sunday, Aug. 3.
All members are 'asked to be

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Royal 20's to THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"
Pharmacists to Meetin I I
Sponsor Bus RideThe SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1958' PAGE 7


Royal Twenties Women
PittsburghC. Club met at the home of Mrs.
Roberta Jessie Harrison on July Are You Due
13, at 9:15: p.m. First on the I
M. Jollivette, proprietor of agenda was the "poor man's
the Community Drug Store here dinner" which was a success.
FOR SCOUTS, ADULTS .
in Miami, and a member of the Next item discussed was a bus More Checks ?
executive committee announcedthis Directs' Unique
week that the Nationa ride.We
Pharmaceutical Association will i Training Camp were pleased to have as i "Are you getting all of the 'performed no service at all in
hold Its 12th convention in PIttsburgh our guest Mr. and Mrs. Tucker "
social checks the
security you are operation of the business,
MOLMER
Aug. 6-7 at the Penn- N.Y. (ANP) from Waycross, Ga., who are entitled to receive?" asks Ed- Mr. Blonston added.
Emerson D. James, an official of uncle and aunt of Mrs. Roberta
'will attend
Sheraton. Delegates the Scouts'of ward P. Blonston, district man- The rule that permits them to
Boy America is
from 22 states. This year's pro- Jessie and Mrs. Beatrice Harrison So-
North
Miami
ager of the ( ) receive their social security
this
will consist of both scien- engaged in a unique, project Mr. and Mrs. Tucker expressed 234 NE
gram cial Security office at payments: under the above circumstances -
,summer.
.
tific and business papers. The encouragement prior to 79th at.Some. > is follows
i as :
A' Negro he is
,
conducting
a .
list of ;speakers includes.persons adjournment.A not because
family vacation-training ) people are' i 'A beneficiary may receive social -
from the field of education, bus- for scouts and adults of all camp races delicious repast was served they are unaware of a provisionof : security payments for any
iness and government.; Included' at Sonita Hills Scout camp. ,by the club's mother, Mrs. Jes- the law which would permit month in which he neither earns
in this; list are Dr. John G. In addition to Scout training, sie. Pit barbecue chicken servedin some monthly payments: to them wages of more than $80 nor per-
Adams, dean, at Duquesne Uni- the program offers courses to the beautiful garden was en, even though they continue to i i forms substantial services in his
versity, School of, Pharmacy Dr. adults on family life. have earnings from employment business, regardles: of the
Arnold C.: Neva, professor of joyed.Mrs or elf-employment. They know amount of his yearly earnings.If .
.
In hi: work at the resort, A. Dunn, presidentMrs.
phannacognosy; Dr. John S. James ,is aided by two assistants. G, Thurston, reporter about the $1,200 limit on earn- you feel that this provisionin
Ruggiero, professor of pharmacyDr. I ing: if a beneficiary is to receive the social security law applies -
Kenneth J. Lkka, professorof a benefit check every to you, Mr. Blomton sug-
pharmaceutical chemistry, aU TO STUDY SCHOOL MIXINGVirginia month, and assume that since I gests that you get in touch with
from Duquesne University. their earnings exceed $1,200,: the Miami Social Securly Dis-
(Frornj the University of Pittsburgh they cannot receive any social' trict office, by mail, phone or In
School pharmacy the security /benefit, he continued. I person.
participants will be Dean JosephA. Names Fourto "However, they may have forgotten -
Banculli, 'Dr.. John W,. Boe-: that eight-week period I Register .by Aug. 9
nigk, professor of pharmacy; Dr when the plant was shut down
Joseph P. Buckley, professor of because of a lack of orders, and Dade County Voters have 13
pharmacology and Dr. Joseph D. Racial Probe Unit they earned less than $80 in each more days to register for the
MoEvilla, professor of pharmacy of those two months. Or, they Sect. 9 primary balloting for
administration. Mr. Matthew T. may: have been ill most of a county, state and national offici-
Waters, acting dean of the Fla. RICHMOND, Va. (ANP) month and earned less than $80. als, C. R. Brown, supervisor of
A&M University, school of Four members of -the Virginia Perhaps they were selfemployed registration, will close all regis
pharmacy will also participate in House of delegates were namedto Hold White Man in and took an extended vaca- tration books at 5 pm. Saturday,
the program.On the new Committee on Offenses tion, during which time they Aug. 9.

Thursday morning, Aug. 7 Against the Administration Rape of Negro Girl
Fernana A. Thomassy and the of Justice-whose job it
staff from the Pittsburgh office will be to continue investigations Richmond, Va. (ANP) -
of the Small Business Administration of interracial organizations and David Franklin 'Freeman, 23-
will discuss loans, man- litigations in which they figure.Named year-old White South Richmondman
YOU KNOWUCUGordon's
agement and other problems by E. Blackburn accused of raping a 17- DO
confronting the small businessman year-old Negro girl, late last
Moore, speaker of the house of
along with the services week was bound over to the,cir
available through the Sma 1 1 delegates were 'John Boatwright! cuit grand Jury after he waiveda Gin is smooth
Frank P. Moncure, Francis B.Gouldman so
Business AdmiMstratlon.: preliminary hearing in Chesterfield -
and James M.. Thom
The speaker for the banquet Juvenile and Domestic
son.
Aug. 7, will be Dr. Earl D. Smitha Relations court. can enjoy it straight?
prominent surgeon in Pitts Previously selected were Sen Freeman, married and the you
'
Earl A. William F.
burgh. Fitzpatrick father of two. children, is, accus-
The Women' Auxiliary will Stone and Joseph C. Hutchensen.
ed of raping girl off Stop 17
hold its meetings during the The committee will examinethe
near Falling creek the night of Another
same period at the Penn-Shera- role of the NAACP in school good reason
June 28. The victim was not
I'd 1i
ton Hotel. desegregation activities in Vir
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identified by name.
'
The president of the National ginia. why GORDON'SIs
Pharmaceutical Association is a
woman, Mrs. Beulah L. Stith, a America'sbestselling
Toledo Gets
graduate of Howard Universityand Hospital Judge Upholds Tax

a' practicing pharmacist in Negro Interne Evasion I ICORPS
glnl
Detroit. Mrs. Stith. is the motherof against ,ii ll

three children and an ardent TOLEDO, O. (ANP-Dr. PowellNew
worker in the Detroit Pharma:
Everette O. Campbell, a June
Guild. The recording secretary of graduate of the University of York (ANP) An
this association is a woman, Mrs. Michigan school of medicine, has income tax evasion indictment
Joan K. Strong, also from De become the first Negro interne at I against Rep. Adam C. Powellwas /
troit. Toledo hospital, the city's larg- upheld Tuesday by Federal
The social program will Include est privately-operated institu- Jude William H. Herlands NOW...
a boat ride, a party and
the annual banquet. tion.Dr. Powell had tought to have II I,
Goodsell F. Waters, presidentelect Campbell, a native of thrown out on the ground that) GREATER
from Jersey City New Chicago, also did his premedical .- the grand jury had been "steam- K M
Jersey, will assume the presi- work at Michigan. rolled" by two outsiders. THAN
dency of the organization at the

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE Call Out F'orSubstitute '

8 SATURDAY AUGUST 2, 1958 Teachers

... Applications *oi> sufcstitu
teachers will be taken Aug. 12,
Jack Prance, personnel director
for Dade County schools, said

I Richmond Heights Plashes Wednesday. Florida
valid
Substitutes need
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..... 1.1'_' ing, Prance said. Applicants
O mpri.ii ell 1I iIIIiII- should report to the auditorium FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAYSOMCWHCRB..8OMBHOW
THIRD ANNIVERARY We !Mrs. Joseph Stewart. They left in the school administration
wish to give thanks and apprec- Saturday morning for home aftera building at 10 a.m. on the 12th.
iation to God first, and to all of real get together. Mrs. Stewardleft I
the people who have contribut- for Brooklyn for a two week
He'd loved .Kr and ...hw
first vacation and will 'be guest of her
uted to my success as your .
woman real estate 'broker in brother and sister-in-law, Mr. .tip through his fine"*
South Florida. In June, 1955 we and Mn. David Randolph. rvt (lit Atm< IW die)And nowhere
looking Mo .
took the Florida Real Estate MOVES OFFIOE-Mr. George, she WM
Board examination after suc- M. Davidson, developer and. his eyes again...
cessfully completing the required builder has moved his Miami office -
training for broker. The examination from 2275 Biscayne Boule-
was conducted at vard to Richmond Heights busi-
Lindley Hopkins Vocational ness center, one; of hi, develop- ,
School. In July, 1955, I was not- ments, and his courteous staff,
ified that I had pasied. My apprentice Mrs. Peterson and James Led-
work was done with the ford are there daily to greet you.
Landry Realty Co. After success- Mr. Davidson is. ,prepared to
,
fully completing over two years build the home you want. Stop A
with Mr. Landry during which by to Inquire, and meet them. 1 e N x'ii
time we were successful in.. hous- CHURCHES INSPIRE US -
ing many men, women and child- New Bethel Baptist Church and "'' ''' '' i.i .jnf IMII lint yni13SPMYla' lH"
ren in our own Richmond New Martin. Memorial Churches ,
Heights, more than in any other inspire us and make us feel spiritually -
section of Dade County. Of this secure. We hope and .
one achievement, we are proudest pray that God and the people -
as one naturally wishes to will continue to work together in
see his or her own community the building of these temples of :
giow. Many homes have been worship. May God bless the lead, .TNUPDEVNG
'" saved, many homes found for the ers and give them strength to
homeless, convenient notary and perfect these Holy places.
income services given, althoughon GREETINGS FROM M. C. ...= .
a small scale, we are proudto BODIE We received a beauti- JETS
have served you in any way ful greeting from Miami's good
For the future, we have a fine friend M. ,C. Bodie, printer. For
expansion plan for building our many years Mr. Bodie was an I
OWn. office building in the busi- active printer in Miami and later,
nes. area. However, the baby editor and publisher of the Fla. MONDAY TUESDAY
must crawl before walking. We News a West Palm Beach week
are proud of our community and ly. He sold the paper and movedto (
arrangement. Some people are New York where he is again'I Y
trying to force an issue. Let not I actively engaged in the printing'I
their chatter distract you. Let business. We hold great respect I2' GJH
God and wisdom handle that for Mr. Bodie and hope for him
Whatever He wills for me, I am the upper years to be the best.
humbly satiified. Again thanksto
my public and friends. ?
"ISLAND IN THE

VISITING Mrs. Maude Mc- SUN" HALTED BY
Collough, 4201 Boggs Drive, left
for New York City visiting her MOB IN ALA.WETUMPKA Diana Dora, acreen's most fas
son She is awaiting' the arrivalof linatlng blonde, stare with Geo.
a great grand. On her Ala. (ANP)- Gobel In RKO'a hilarious comedy
way
More than 100 noisy demonstrators claislc, "I "
back she will stop in Washington. Married >a Woman,
Will also visit friends in stopped a showing of "Is starting Wednesday at the Lib-
Cape Cod and Boston. We hope land in the Sun," last week, the city Drive-In Theatre. .
for Mrs. Mack a most invigorating movie which co-stars Harry ** MARA CORDAY
Belafonte, Joan Fontaine, Dora
and enjoyable, trip. thy Dandridge and James Mason "Kings Go Forth"Now LITA MILAN-BARBARA BOSTOCK'MARK RICHMAN
Our good friend, Mr. and Mrs
The group blocked the entranceto
) Ezells of 3736 Washisgton Ave., the Dixie Drlve-In theatre at Ritz I
Coconut Grove, have recently with four cars, forced some patrons War has ripped the screen be- 'I
had a wonderful Jamaican trip from the enclosure and forq love has. crossed color I I' I i t I 1 1E
They were so delighted with then cut the theatre's lines before but never like
power
what they saw that they the R K,Inc,Presenb
are supply. story of two Americas soldiers ]-
thinking most seriously of inves- for :
The theatre had advertised: an American half- 5
ting there for future living. "This1 is the one that is banned Negro ,girl who lives a lonely
Mr all over the South. While we dare life with her mother on the r
\ and Mrs.. Johnnie Stewartand show it, we do not endorse it. French Riviera during the last
son of Tampa were house Make up your minds about see- days of World War II. This i
guests of their parents, Mr. and I Ing it." the theme of the production,
"Kings Go Forth.." which .I..
now showing at theni 1 t z
Theatre. Frank Sinatra, Tony k'1RPNY

RITZ I TheatreNOW Curtis co-starred.and Sinatra Nathalie considers Wood are his ,
I I role in "Kings Go Forth" his most
exciting and important one
since his memorable portrayal of I \ NORMA EBERHARDT

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Freedom's =Road Vocational I SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1958 PAGE 9

Classes .
on TV
------ By RUTH PERRY .....
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Each day :from 11:30 to 12 a.m. Public
------ Health
I I I 1 111' .1.1. .1. television station WPST, Chan-
PUNPHUNBy
I think not only the South, but an idle and nel 10, presents some phase of Workers Studying
the entire United States will be cynical jest of the training offered by the Divisionof
watching the outcome of the struggle that has gone into win- Vocation and Adult Educa- PHIL 08SOFER At UNCMrs.

hearings scheduled Aug. 4 in St. ning We these have victories.legal victories tion.This - ,.... ....... ....... -.. . Thelma G. Jones and Mrs.
if the
Louis before the 8th Circuit service is given for the Dorothy D. Martin of
victories the Dade
Court of Appeals. It is the are empty and not par- Dade County; Board of Public Instruction Welcome to the delegate and County Health
con- Department
ticipated in are
by
those visitors at the
concerned? National Beauty
so that the
cern not only of the community taking
NAACP Why gain the right to vote if might become of the Culturists League, Inc. Conven- special work in public
aware
but of every citizen nature health this
throughout voting booths are not used tion Hope all enjoy their summer at the University -
the country who believes by of offerings as well as stay of North
in Negroes? I Carolina School
democratic ideals and American Why desegregate where classes are being held and in the magic City. ''of Public Health, Chapel Hill.
transportation how they are operated. Understand their lecturers
principles. if on The course, Special Fields
rrhe Little Rock situation does back of Negroes the still crowd to the Trade Training Classes: at hair styling are tops. (they are Public Health Nursing,, began in
buses
not stand alone as an Isolated Jim Crow and ride the Northwestern will be on TV the head experts I) The July 7 and will continue thru
instance but cars on the trains? following days: gists know their cosm.etolo-I August
the effects of this Why have public 1. The four-week course
schools integrated August 7, Auto Mechanics. They the human
of are is
struggle democracy in action if divided into four; sections of
Negroes all
have been felt all over Americaand South do over the August 11, Ceramics. . improving the face of the a week each. The subjects
not make are:
a concerted August 12, Tailoring. earth. (After that statement I tuberculosis
throughout the I !control
world. If effort ,
,. to use these schools? cancer control -
.u'I..nue- '"" August 13. Foods and Clnthlntr should take
', noCK were just an isolated - ----- a. pOwder!) l, chronic diseases and car-
situation it would not cause RIGHTS ARERESPONSIBILITIES Construction! 'Seriously, though the impor- dlovascular diseases. Approxi
such grave concern. But stand- TOO The time is 11:30: to 12 p.m. tance of this work should not be mately 95 students are enrolled

ing as it does, as one of the first underestimated. When we look for each section, and the course
major encounters in the Negro's There is no denying the fact Mrs. Hill Honoredby better we feel better, we act requires four hours class work
fight for freedom in education that to assume first-class citizenship better, and when we act better daily
the miscarriage of justice here, by Negroes in the South OES the whole world benefits . Mrs. ."ones and Mrs. Martin
could have is not an easy thing. It requires 1t"s 'fare It! have "
overwhelming and The Masonic Temple at 4818 nroUec1 in the section for
disastrous effects on the entire moral and physical courage, de. NW 27th ave. was the setting on (Beauty treatment has even chronic diseases.
democratic system.NO But termination and "know-how." Tue.day night, July 22 for -This helped cure inmates of Insane The UNC School of Public
MAN 18 AN ISLAND One we of must keep this in mind. is Your Life in OES Field," for asylums, which proves that it wila Health is the fourth oldest pro-
Many years ago, John Donnean the fundamental prin- Mrs. Viola Hill GDSAL of Fla. insure a permanent cure. fessional school of its kind in
English poet, wrote some ciples of our democracy is that And as chairman of this affair, As these fine folks leave at the United States and one of the
remarkable words. He said that' our government is by the people I wish to extend my sincere the end of their convention, let ten such schools in North Amer-
no man is an island, entire to for the people and of the people. thanks and appreciation to the us say goodbye as they said hel- ica accredited by the American
himself. He went on to say that If the people (meaning you and kind matrons, (patrcjns, officers lo . with a wave. Public Health Association.
action me), do not exercise their rights and ,
every of a man had an members of various chapters!
effect, in time, upon all the relit we no longer have a democracy. of OES. .. .. .
of mankind. And also that what- Our form of government need Special thanks to Grand Patron AssociationClub VvvVlaMl W Wl a k
ever happened outside the realmof the participation of its citizen Rev. T. A. Rolle, thanks to NewsThe
to
function.
a man's immediate situation properly and best. I Most Ancilt Matrons of the
and everyday life had an effect Without this participation, our Heroines of Jericho, officers and City Association of Club
upon that man eventually. This democracy will deterioate and members. Women held its last meeting un-
philosophy is as pertinent today wither like a tree that does not OES Matrons: Mrs. Mercle til the Fall at the lovely, spacious -
as it was when it was written by I get enough nourishment. Our' Mims, Cobb's Chapter, Fort new home of Mrs. Myrtle
11!" John Donne. democratic rights and privilege Lauderdale; Mrs. M. L. Beau- Davis, 3441 Oak Ave. A successful -
/ What happens, in Little Rock [ are guaranteed to us by our Con- ford, Valentine No. 14, W est meeting was held with the
i not only concerns ,the people of stitution. But if we do not exer- I Palm Beach; Mrs. G. Lattimore, president, Mrs. Elizabeth John-
Little 'Rock It is the concernof cise them (making there rightsour Pride of Hialeah No. 61; Mrs. son prodding, A large numberof
everyone not only in the US. responsibilities as well as our Cora L. Picton, Pride of Marathon members were present.
but around the four corners of privilege) they will !become No. 165, Marathon; Mrs. This association can be credited
the globe. It is a vital concern weaken and we may eventually Sarah, Lansdown Prosperity No. for various charity workit
with present world conditions as lose these rights: 128; Vero Beach; Mrs. G. Floyd, does in the community.
they are; and we must not blind Negroes in the South, especially Macedonia NO. 93, Goulds; Mrs. Recently a television fet was
ourselves to the fact that the must recognize this. Our Fr Jenkins, Fred Douglas No. purchased by this organizationand WHEN THE
progress of desegregation. (which fight for freedom is bearing 161; Mrs. Essie M. Walker, Loy- donated to Youth Hall /or
is a manifestation of democracy fruit but the fruit,. will fall to alty No. 136; Mrs. M. Bens, Be- delinquent girls and expect to
in action) is being watched the ground and rot ,unless Southern thune No. 87; Mrs. Lillian Pleasure do much more. TIME COMESFOR
closely in Russia, in Africa, in Negroes determine to assume Carver No. 103; Mrs. G. M. A number of delegates will be
Australia as well as South Amer- responsibility and use their first McKenzie, Booker Park No. 171 leaving Miami and other Florida
ica. To think otherwise, is to act 'class citizen rights. If not, the Indian Town; Deputy Marl cities this week for Detroit to
like an ostrich with its phrase "second-class citizens" Cobb, Golden Victory No. 144, attend the national convention of
head in the sand. It proverbial is our- I may become a permanent actu Fort Lauderdale: Mrs. Cora Solomon I Colored vWomen'sh Clubs which
nope that the 8th Circuit Courtof ality. Eureka No. 96; Mrs. Mc- "It v.
Appeals will make a decision Phee, MAM of Heroines of Jericho Mrs Myrtle i:> v1iiii'e' p a s t BURIALTelN I
for democracy and not for Emanuel Court No. 62; Mrs. state president will be leaving
and prejudice. reaction YM Day Camp 44, 11. of J.; Mrs. C. Dillard. RoyR. Thursday for Detroit.
ullivan, Progressive Court No. Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson will
HAVE YOU REGISTERED Water Show Sunday al Assistant Matron Amaranth leave by plane late in the week.In .
You still have a little time Court No.3; Progressive Chap addition the following are your Funeral Director
left to register if you have not The Annual Day Camp clos- ter No. 29, Mr. Ted Rosser, W. some of the delegates who will That you want a Cemetery r
already done so. The deadline is ing activities of the George W Patron and Mrs. Ruby Cutler attend the Detroit meeting Mrs. where IIYou
August 9. In this year of 1958, Carver Branch YMCA of Greater past matron of OES, Hallendale Carlee Daniels, Mrs. Annette Mc-
with all the recent victories wain Miami is scheduled for Sun- Thanks to Sister Viola Johnsonand Neil, Mrs. Marie Price Mrs.
for Negroes in the field of civil day, Aug. 3, 4 to 6 pjn. at the Sister M. B. Marshall for r Eunice Clements and others from get a DEED, so that
rights, there is absolutely no excuse Booker Terrace Motel Pool, 4200 helping; us, and to the matrons the city and a large number of the grave can always be
in the Miami area, at least, NW 27th ave. and friends that were not able to 'delegates from all over the state found.
for; the Negro who is qualified The main feature of the pro- attend but sent donations. will be in attendance.
not to register and vote. Some gram will be the timely, informal Mattie Williams, ..The hostess served a lovely repast 2-The
weeks ago I wrote about the reiPons.rbllities Water Show LNon-swimmers Padadhe Chaper No. 117 which everyone enjoyed. Cemetery keeps -
of Southern. Whites who came to the Day Camp pro- Chairman Mrs. Rose Tucker, reporter permanent records. -
regarding1 desegregation. However gram eight weeks ago will demonstrate -

desegregation it not a one- their ability (to swim. I 3-The Cemetery ha. the r
way road. It is a road that must Intermediate and advance swim- ANNOUNCEMENT
help to keep it beautiful
be travelled by Negroes as well mers will display their skills in
as Whites if Integration is to be the aquacade.
accomplished. Registration and ,Crafts will also be displayed. Tillie's Beauty Studio 4-The cemetery is a mem-
voting is just one phase of this The closing exercises have ber of the AMERICAN
journey. been a highlighting event of the
Day Camp program for sometime 1043 N.W. 3rd Ave. CEMETERY ASSOCIA-
EMPTY VICTORIES; to both day campers and TION, which means it
To gain victories in civil rights adults in attendance. All inter- Will be CLOSED beginning August 5, 1958 la dedicated to high
and not take advantage of them, ested adults and youngsters are ethic and principles.
or use them is responsible citizens invited to attend this attraction And will REOPEN August 12, 1958
of our country is to make which is free of charge.JAMES' .
Mrs. Tillie Allen, Prop.
SUCH A CEMETERY IS

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FIRST UNITARIAN ST. JAMES A.M.E.

i "Finding the Answers" will be Dr. A. Joseph Reddick, pastor

the subject discussed by Mrs. T. Mrs Sadie F. Dean porter r

Pat Williams, guest speaker at
the First Unitarian Church on The third quarterly conference

Sunday, Aug. 3, 11 ajm. Mrs. closed on last Sunday night at
Williams is a church schoolteacher St. James in a blaze of glory
and serves on the Division 'and splendor. The Rev. F. A.
of Church School Educa- Allen, presiding elder of the

tion as well as the Board of DIrectors North Miami District of whichSt.
of the Church. Mrs. James is a part, preached

Henning Heldt, also a church with great power and demon-
school teacher and former vice stration at both the morning and

president of the congregation, evening worship service.
will preside at the -terv e. Love Feast will be held' on

ST. FRANCIS XAVIERN.W. On Wednesday, Aug. 6 at 8:15 Friday night at 7:30: p.m. with
Community Group No. 6 Bro. Theodore Roddy officiating
p.m.
I THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper"PAGE 4th Ave. and 18th Terr. will hold a swim party at the Stewardess Board No. 4 of which

Phone FR 9-1424 home of Mr .and Mrs. David Sister Annie Linder is _president
10 SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1958 MASSES Bauer, 3&05 Riviera Drive, Coral will be in charge of preparing ,

I Daily ....................,.............? 8 ajn. Gables. the altar.
Sunday........... 7 ajn. & 8:30: ajn. Bro. C. S. Hall superintendent
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY St. Matthew AME Zion NEW HOPE BAPTIST of the Sunday School, along
TRINITY WESLEYANRev. with his staff of officers and
Norman Bthel, engineering student 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. Rev. James E. Brown, pastor teachers invites all to be present
at Grove City College in Rev. A. 11. Ferguson, pastor George E. Johnson, pastor Bro. Vandell Bovan, reporter Church "chool
Sunday
Pennsylvania, will speak on "The Sunday School............... 9:45: ajn Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter during the to be taughtGod's

Lord of the New Age" at the Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m. Sunday School ................_ .B. ajn Our services throughout last hour at word.9:30: a.m.

Baha'i Center, 137 NW 11th Ave. Evening Norship ............ 7:30: pjn. Morning worship ................... 11:00: Sunday were in honor of Men's 'Dr. Reddick will preach from
7:45: pan Sunday, Aug. 3. Refreshments Young People's Meeting 5 p.m Day. We are very proud of the the theme, "The Results of a
will be served. All NEW BETHEL BAPTIST way the program was carriedout Moment" during the 11
Great ,
races and faiths are cordially invited CALVARY BAPTIST with such outstanding
1571 NW. 68th Terr. Ml. I' ajm. worship period and at 7:30:
to attend.CORINTH. Dr. G. W. Hawkins,
persons as from the
will speak
Rev. G. Jones He
pastor p.m.
Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor others at-
Sunday School........... 9:45: a.m. reporter R. Range and many theme 'Tacing' The World." The
BAPTIST: ,Morning worship .................. 11:00: Oretha Holder tending. Our morning messagewas Holy Eucharist will be adminis-
Evening:: worship .................... 7:30: "And Adam said, This is boneof delivered by the encumbent tered throughout the day.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Sundayat my bones, and flesh of my pastor of the Macedonia Baptist The ACE League under the
Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST flesh: she shall be called woman, Church of Coconut Grove, the presidency of Miss Vivian Ruth-
Church. because she was taken out of Rev. J. A. F. Finlayson. erford, extends an Invitation to
Sunday School....................... 9:30: Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor man," Genesis 223.: Our hats are off to the chair- the members! and friends of St.
Morning worship ................ 11:30 Claudia:: Wilson, reporter Sunday we had our annual man, Deacon Henry Jeffersonand James AME Church to be pres-
Evening Service .................... 7:30 Woman's Day program. Sunday the men of the church ''who ent at 6 p.m. for a full hour of
Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor The Lord blessed us to have. School was called to order at the worked wholeheartedly to make study and fellowship.
gospel preacher and successful another wonderful time throughout usual time with Sis. R. Green in this day a very successful one. Leading 'up to our Men's, Day
the day in all our services. charge.tAt The amount of money raised 'was program the church and pastor'sanniversary
The Sunday School was en-
11 a.m. our devotional ser- $2,835.28. will be an outstanding -
ST. MATTHEW. FREEWILL joyed very much. Sunday coming services will 11-
vice was conducted. by Mesdames event beginning August
408 N.W. 21st St. The morning message was delivered Katie Simon and Minnie be as usual beginning with Sun- 15, 1958. Many of the cities out-
Rev. J. B. Woodley, pastor by Bro. Pau} Freeman. Stephens. The church was filledto day School at 9:30: a.m., DeaconJ. standing ministers and congre-
Text Matthew 1:30.( Theme
Nathaniel Thomas, reporterIn "Call His Name Jesus. its capacity. Our morning, O. Brown, superintendent in gations will worship with us
speaker was Mrs. Beatrice Weldon < change. The pastor will deliverthe during this occasion.
unity Sunday School was The evening message was de. of West Palm Beach, who message at 11 ajn. and ush- The men of St James Churchare
called to order by singing "ShineOn livered by Bro. Wm. Slater. Tex spoke from the subject "Plug in er board No. 2 will serve. Com- vigorously attempting to sur-
Me." at 9:45: by Bro. Shot- Rev. 7:4: theme, "Make Reser- to The Right Station." Her address munion service will be held at pass the record set by the women
vation for Ticket For The
well. A very interesting lesson a all 7:30: pan and usher board No. 1 Those
was an inspiration; to earlier In the year. per-
of The of
Twelve Tribes
Healing
was taught, "Justice in Community will Music throughout the
Israel." Both of us. An invitation was extended serve. rons working 'under the capable
Life. A wondreful messagewas messages were de. for mamlbership, we were day 'will be furnished by choir direction of the chairman, Bro.
livered with
given by Rev. Woodley on power and enjoyed blessed to have one join. No. 1.Thursday. John H. Dean, and Admiral in
all. Both
Sunday morning at 11:45.: by messages were Sunday night devotional was night at 8 o'clock our the Navy are as follows: Bro. P.
The evening service was led our own son of this church. The : monthly conference will .be heldat Wallace
No. 2 choir rendered music for conducted by Mesdames Lula] E. Hepburn; Bro. E. ;
by Deacon Sneed. the Moran and Mayola Robinson.The the church. Visitors are always Bro. E. Barr; Brothers Matthew
At 3 our church was invited morning. The No. 1 choir welcome withus.
pan to worship
Prince
church Gilbert Pearson
rendered the evening music. No- was again filled to George ,
to Mt. Tabor Baptist. Its S. N. James A. C.
Our
2 usher capacity. night speakerwas Seymore, ,
board was in charge\ of
Night service was carried out the day's srvices. Mrs. Maedon Smith Bullard, Smith, R. W. Williams, Edward
by Deacon Jenkins Music was a teacher at George Washington ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. Brooks, Reginald Carter, R. V.
We
of
want all our friends to
rendered No. 3 choir and No.
by
Carver. She White Robert Barnett Robert
from
spoke the sub- ,
know that they were and are O. W. Foster, pastorA.
1. The message was given by
always welcome in our midst. ject, "Let us Dwell Together In L. Johnson, reorter Simpkins, Nathaniel Dean, Jesse
Rev. Woodley.
Come Love, Peace And Unity." Christian, Peter Thompson: Gal
again, this is where I
before the you
Monday night sec- will find a very warm welcome Wonderful was her address. It Sunday last was very -busy with loway Owens, Don Smith, Bob
in
ond Sunday Sunday Augustis awaiting you at all times. was enjoyed by all present. both churches working in their Davis, Willie Ingraham, David
our revival. Let us come out
own way. The Sunday School Williams, Fleming Tullis, James
f and win souls. BETHEL BAPTIST lesson was enjoyed by all. The Stuart, Joseph Randolph.
In our let us remem-
prayer
NEW MT. devotional services
CALVARYRev.
were high
ber the sick and these in needof
Richmond Heights
throughout the day. AntIoch'sushers ST. MATTHEW BAPTIST
spiritual guidance. Visitorsare W. P. Tarpley, pastor No.l and the male chorus
always acknowledged. Edna E. Thompson, reporter Rev L. R. Ross, Pastor rendered service. Rev. W Rev. N. F. Clark, pastor
Sis Nannette Greer, reporter Rev. J. E. Monroe, reporter
delivered
Thompson a inspiring -
Sunday School was opened at very
ST. JAMES BAPTIST the usual hour by Sis. Edna Services were as usual last message taken from Acts This is to remind you of the
Thompson. Scripture Gen. 41:1216. : Sunday with Sunday School be- 9:6, theme, "Lord, What Wilt great event to take place on Aug.
323 N.W 14th St. ginning at 9:30: a.m. with Bro. Thou Have Me to Do?"
Prayer in unison. Then the 10, when the Pulpit Aid Board
Rev. J. L. Johnson
pastor teachers took charge of their Roosevelt Jackson in charge. the afternoon was highlightedwith of our church will celebrate"1tseighth
Sunday Services classes. Each class had We were happy to welcomeour Shiloh's No. 2 choir celebrating I anniversary; and if it is
Sunday School........... 9:30: a.m attendance. The adult a large intermediate pastor back to his post. He their third anniversary I like the other anniversaries, this
Morning Worship ........ 11:00: a.m class and has been away attending Florida at the church, and Shiloh's No. 2'' will be a great event indeed.
BTU ............................... 5:30: pjn. taught by Sis.were beautifully - East Coast S. S. and B.T.U. Con- choir and usher board sponsored Put a ring around that date and

Evening Worship .......-... 7:30: pm Sunday being Junior Tarpley.Day the gress in Fort Pierce. He deliv- a midsummer Fashionette and let it be a must. The Rev. Allen -
Visitors always welcome I morning prayer and devotional ered the message, "Faith' That Tea on the beautiful lawn of I I Ferguson will be the speaker. -
services were led by our Junior Matters. His text was taken Mrs. A. R. Young at 2293 NW' His topic is. "Walking With
BETHANY BAPTIST deacons. Prayer service was en- from Phillppians 1:27: which was 72nd st. Mrs. Gladys Coachmanwas God." Sister Lillian Clark is
Joyed by all. The morning mes- fully enjoyed by all. The pastor guest speaker. president.The .
3316 'NW 50th Street sage :was delivered by our junior expressed himself of how he The directress is still asking final treat of the evening
Rev. Rudy Keaton; pastor pastor, the Rev Freddy Johnson missed some of his staunch for attendance in the BTU. will be a free reception. We are
I Our members who are away on their At 7 pjn. Shiloh's No. 1 ush- going to fill '
Sunday School........... 9:30 own beloved pastor delivered vacations you up spirituallyand
I : a.m. the namely Mother Pearl ers and choir No. 2 served, as physically If
Morning Service ............ 11 ajn,. preached evening from message and he Johnson, Deacon and Mrs.. Clark Pastor Griffin delivered another with ;heart so you come,
BTU ....1:........................... 5:30: pjn the depths of his and Mrs. Roberts. soul stirring taken filled an empty that will be
heart soul. message and please don't before
and The eat
Evening Service ............ 7:30 Junior choir After -
: from
p.m. rendered their service. service Rev. and Sister St. John 3:3: ; theme, "The you come. The time is 3:00:
Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30: p.m. Ross Mother Blakly and Sister New Birth. It was a busy and pm. sharp. Those who are hun-

THE Nannette Greer, were dinner very enjoyable day for all. gry for spiritual food and can-
GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. INCARNATIONFr. guests, at the home of Mother not wait for that date, come out

S E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar Bertha Jones. Sunday and you will be fed by
James Culmer, pastor Veronica O' "rry, reporter At 3 pjn. Choir No. 1 held its Call TAYLOR t the pastor. He will also admin-
Eddie Edwards, clerk second anniversary and had a ter the Lord's Supper. Come to

Sunday School............... 9:30: a.m Summer Schedule of Servicesand most enjoyable time. The spirit St. Matthew's, the church witha
Morning worship ....,?...,.....,. 11:00: Rehearsals was very high. The contributionwas FR 9-1703 message and sweetest music
Westminister Fellowship .... 6 p.m quite satisfactory Choir No. L this side of heaven.
SUNDAYS: 1 wishes to thank who

EBENEZER METHODISTRev. Matins ............................ 745 ajn participated and helped everyone to make
Solemn Sung Mass and the affair a success. HHHBB i Wl F W BlBi

A. D. Hall, pastor Sermon .................... 8:09 can Our evening services climax-
Church School and Adult ing a wonderful pu I ilfl
Ernestine Hanbrlck, reporter day was enjoy-
Bible Class .... .. 9:30: a.m ed throughout the sermon of 1 ?
The pastor and members of E. Y. Churchmen ........ :5:30: p.m. visiting guest, Rev. Moss our'of S
Ebenezer Church would like to Solemn Evensong and Homestead. His subject "' Ya

thank their friends for the loyal Sermon ......,,...-?..... 7:00: pan "Give Me This Mountain." was, I

support given the_ women of the TUESDAYS: The delegates that went from
church on Woman's: Day St. Vincent's Acolyte' Bethel Baptist to attend Florida

Especially do we thank our Guild Meeting ........' 6OQ; p.m Eat Coast S. S. and B. T. U.
I speakers, Mrs. Charlotte Clark WEDNESDAYS: Congress: Sis. Nannette Gxeer

and Dr. Dazelle Simpson. LOW Mass .................... 6.30: a.m. Bro. Roosevelt J&ckson, and
I As a climax to our program, Evensong ........ .......... 8:00': pm. Clarence Delougftter, are happy
I Mrs. Eloise Myers was 'crowned THURSDAYS: - to express a most enjoyable trip
"Mrs. Elbenezer: by Mrs. Nellie St. Michael's ChoirRehearsal. and were quite benefited "through i* S

I Graves, the former "Mrs. Eben- ................ 1:00: pjn. the course In Religious' Education SKi iSJfSlliw"111
ezer." Mrs. Myers raised $224. FRIDAYS: which R Y. R. Thompson K&

The total raised- for the day was St. Vincent's Acolyte the, 'instructor in Methods of .
$3,340. , Guild Rehearsal... 5:00: pjn. Supervision -and Teachers Guid- I
'With pride in the past, grati- Boy Scouts ance gaye. - *

tude In the present, faith in the (Parish Half) .....;,,1 6:00: p.m. i I
future-* the: women of Ebenezr Note: Low Masses"on all Holy
move forward to a' new era of and Saints days* at 6:30: ajn. Register Now! TKSKSrd (,

service. Sung' Mass on all weekly festivals Books Close Aug. 9 1
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il6 50th Stdeet Atlantic Coast 1
N.W. Sunday
Rudy Keaton, (pastor SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1958 PAGE 11


, Some, let us sing unto the

I fet rock us of make our a salvation.Joyiful noise" School and BTU Congress Presbyterian Laymen TEMPLE BAPTIST

like. David, we at Bethd Criticize Members Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor
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jt in a our glorious all-day-ising time on when last The Sunday School and Higgs, C. S. Hall, Mrs. E. C. Meeting in Negro Men's Day was fittingly observed -
Union
Irious singers Joined us in Training Atlantic Congress of the Thomas and Mrs. Zeke Brady. Church on Sunday and was a
of praise and worship Coast Baptist Association Miss Hilda Sands of Mt. Zion, spiritual and financial success
held its 26th
song. We felt the near- annual ses- West Palm Beach, gave a dra- Stirring messages were delivered -
_nd presence of God as the sion with the Mt. Olivette Bap- matic reading and Roland Hep- MEMPHIS (ANP) A by the Rev. J. A. Butler, and
Chorus of Mt. Tabor sang, tist Church, Rev. I. C. Mickins, burn a solo. group of Presbyterian laymen the men's chorus, under the direction -
ie highly spirited Trumpet pasor, July 16-20. The welcome The devotional messages were strongly criticized fellow Pres- of (Bro. R. Hepburn, gavea
who sang out of their program on Tuesday eveningwas : delivered each morning by the Ibyterians for holding a meetingin good accotnt of itself. Chair-
1 the Gospelaires and choir quite interesting. Lester Al- Rev. H. W. Moss. Other semens a Negro church. man A. J. Hanna and cochairman -
of Antioch. Then there bert, guest speaker, gave a chal- were preached/ the Rev. ). A. The meeting" which was held C. Ambrose ask those who
soloists, Mesdames Ger- lenging address to the group, King, J. H. Johnson and J L. last week, was the first of its were not able to make a full report -
perklns, 'Bessie Bethune, and the St. Mary's Men's Johnson. kind held by the Presbytery out- to pull up this Sunday and
Randolph and C. C. Miller, Chorus rendered music. Mrs. I. The following officers were side a white church. The execu- help others to reach the goal.
many more participants C., Mickins was M. C. I elected: Deacon Chas. E. Gibson, tive committee of the lay group Thanks to the women and many
will not be able to Three sessions were held each district superintendent; Mrs. released a statement criticizingthe friends for their cooperatios.The .
4 we day with "
District Superintendent "breaking of the tradition.
but who will not soon Augusta< Newbold, assistant; Mrs.
ion, Deacon Chas. B. Gibson I Marion Johnson, treasurer Mrs. The host church, where the first Sunday service will
hearts ;
for our are
forgotten burning. We do presiding over the Sunday' K. Trotti, president; Deacon E summer meeting was held, is the be as usual. The Lord's Supper
afire and School, and Pres. K. Trotti over Williams, vice president Miss only Negro church In the Presbytery I "ill be administered both morning -
ol ;
: each and everyone the Training Union. Mrs. MiCk- Elizabeth Jolly Miss The Negro pastor of thtj and evening and the choirs
,. as well as all of our visit- ins secretary; will .
taught for sing jointly
"Training Church Elsie Douglas, assistant; Mrs church called the meeting, "the
friends. Please come again. Membership1! "* in the morningand biggest step toward integration
Melba Sherman, pianist; Miss I
urther blessed by
day was" Miss Delores Hart taught Susan Ferguson, assistant Mrs. in the churches in the south that
ism immediately alter Sun- "What We Believe" in the Irene Johnson( director of music hag been taken i. a long time."
still asking ;
We are
School. afternoon.
There was also a Mrs. J. B. SMITH
Josephine Brady assistant
members and friends to class for ministers and ; ,
deacons.
Rev. H. W. Moss chairman
of
,
out and :help toke
come The arts and crafts
iae class was the executive board. ASTHMATICS! ELECTRICSERVICE
our BTU an outstanding conducted by President Trotti.
t of our church.iTROPOLJTAN. Want simple, effective relief from
with
Along the Association the
The panel on "Are We Ready choking, racking bronchial asthmatic .
A. M. E for Integration?" was very enlightening arship Congre based offers am character annual schol-schol- spasms? Get genuine Electrical. Contractor
and posed a ,challengefor on Breathea.y j.ce what you've
arship and church service
ability
Rev. H. M. Salmon pastor young and old. In the essay been mlealngl There' no .ubatl. HOUSEWIRING"Don't
contest, Miss Leanora Campbellwas to any high school graduate selected tute for original I Bre. .theaey In. Call "
[Services at Metropolitan are in the distri<*. cut u*
winner haUnt
of first prize. Miss and nebulizing eet. Get
pected to be high both spinally Elizabeth Jolly of Central Bap-I The 1959 session meets at comfort by breathing! Quaran PHONE NE 5-3058
and morally throughoute tist Church, Carver Ranches anda Temple Baptist Church, Miami. tee*.
with Sunday Pastor Mickins his Night or Day
day, beginning recent honor graduate of and mem- J A J DRUG DEPT. STORE
chool, under the diredtion ofue Northwestern High School, was bers deserve high commendation 1410 N.W. 62nd 8t, Miami, Fla.
superintendent, Mrs. Delia the speaker on Education Night for the spelendld way they entertained -
Day, 9:30: ajm. Morning worshipand Her message was thought-pro- the congress
Holy Communion services voking and was wellreceived.A .
will begin at 11 o'clock. Music feature of the congress was Miami Pastor OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
will be furnished by choir No. 2 the oratorical and musical con-
and the teen-age choir, all day. test Ftfday evening. The decla- Conducts Successful SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
During the morning and even-
mation number was, "St. Peterat PSYCHIC READERLet
ing worships, our hearts will "
the Gate, and the solo,
feast on the riches of God's "Open The Gate of The Temple." Revival in Ala.The .
words as they are delivered to us Participants were Misses Lea-
by our very able pastor. nora Campbell, Louise Lord and Rev. W. C. Edcar returned -

The ACE league department is Lillian Hepburn of Temple; to the city last Saturday from
inviting you to take time out and Misses Claretha Clark, Carrie Troy, Ala., where he conducteda
join them in the League hourat Jackson and Mrs. Irene John- successful revival at the Bethel
6 pan. Many interesting top- son of Olivette; Miss Helen Tay- Baptist Church, Rev. J. B. Ton-
ics surrounding Religious, Socia l lorof New Mt. Zion, Home ey. pastor. During the five-day
and Economic areas are discussedeach stead; Miss Albertha Strachan of campaign., 54 converts were won
Sunday, in addition to Bible Central, Carver Ranches; Eugene for baptism. "Each member was
Drills, and other 1.nterestlniphases Williams of New Bethel, Liberty asked to contact and bring some
soul to Christ," said the preacher -
of religious dramas. City. In the oratory contest
You are invited to attend the Eugene Williams won first price, and the cooperatipn was ftne.

Friendly, Little Church, at a n 'y Allbertha Strachan, second, and This was Rev. Bdcar's third
and all times.BETHANY. Helen Taylor, third. Lillian, Hep- revival meeting this year. He is :
burn won first place in the solo pastor of Mt. Moriah Baptist
S. D. A. contest. I. Johnson, second, andC. Church, Perrine and St. Ruth,
Jackson, third. Dania. During his sojourn he
Elder C. B. Rock, pastor The judges were Charlees A. preached at Tabernacle Baptist my year of Experience guide and,protect you through Life
Mrs. G. Evelyn Tynes, reporterIn Church Tallahassee, talked with
a* a Lighthouse guides the.*hp| In a storm
Rev. C. K. Steele and with Dr.
world there Is no
all the
other gathering like the General of Public Hall.Represeatatives. from Bethanywere M. L. King 1m Montgomery WHEN OTHERS PAIL YOU SEE ME

Conference sessions of the SDA. Elder C. B. Rock, delegate; For Success in Business ,And Love

In Clveland, Ohio, where the visitors Mrs. V. Davis, Mrs. CONSULT HER -
48th such session was Just con- Julia W. Evans, Mrs. Fannie Books Close Aug. 9
cluded, the newspapers termedit Mrs. Florence Starks, You can now have your home made happy
a "second United Nations." Mrs.Watson,Marguerite Edgecombe, S Get and: Hold the position you *o long wanted

Clevelanders as a whole, were Miss Maggie Irvin and BrotherR. Register Now! O Don't Stay in the rut get out now

amazed to see on their streets B. Campbell. By the help of God she can help you
citizens of more than a hundred

nations around the world, many Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or In
dressed in their native costumes; AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE troubleIt
hear old friends and school mate

recently returned from the ($10,000 $20,000$5OOO1 To conform with will pay you to cell and *ee this Gifted Medium Pint
Jungles of Africa, the Islands of Florida Law
Where thousands com yearly for help end advice, you too ean
Andesor
of the
the the
seas, crags
the mystic and crowded cities If you have a driver's licence, we can (Insure you be touched by this strange mysterious power r

of the Orient. AS, LOW AS $71.80 PER YEAR WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe
Amid color of coustumes and little down and 8 months U pay
PAY AS YOU RIDE, with"
same God who delivered Mote and the children of Israel
flags of 90 countries in its single
world family, the Seventh Day FIRST/ INS AGENCY of old la etlll ally today and will open a way for you through
Adventist Church opened Its 48th SERVICE the troubled seas of life. Let not him that I II blind lead you or

Quadrennial World Conferencein to I you stumble with him.
and Saturdays p.m.
Public' Hall. An estimated Open Dally

14,000 persons lined the balconies 645 N.W. 36th ,Street PL 95234Furnished Do you doubt the existence of things because you cannot .*.
and rear section of the main them

floor while 1,200 delegates were What do you think of the Invisible waves and sounds thai make
seated. Decisions of the confer-
Wlrelee, Telephone, Radio and Television poeelblef
constitute the highest
ences
: 11th
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voice of the church. f A seed before It sprouts, lie* concealed, secret, silent In the dark

earth or womb of Nature. THERE IS AN "UNSEEN POWER"
Delegates were welcomed by
Elders Donald W. Hunter andV. ApartmentsAS Therefore, acquaint your- -- /' -', ,,
G. Anderson presidents of two self with the one who I* an '
great conferences. Telegrams of LOW AS authority. Whale private [ '
welcome were read and a special
f
consultation will evolve you , A
President Eisenhower y
from
greeting
expressing warm wel- $19.95 per week to a higher state of mind. I s


come.The 1,200 delegates unanimous. INCLUDED All Information ia l,
& WATER
ly reelected Elder Reuben R. LIGHTS GAS

FIguhr of Washington, D. C. to Select Your Own Brand New Furniture Which Strictly Confidential C r ;
another four year term as con-
ference presidentCleveland Becomes Your Office Hours: 0 a.m.-8 p.m.
hotels and restau- Sunday: 10 a.m. to 1 pjn.

rants serving cooperated foods that wonderfully comply with In Unfurnished Apfs. $14 week Don't Write-Call in Person r f

Adventists' eating habit. Most DAILY READING $1.00 UP
Adventists are vegetarians.
One million dollars was the SEE SAM B. SOLOMON AT 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
goal for evangelism. The first
Sabbath at 11 o'clock $1,217- AGENCY HUNTER
COLLECTION MADAM
' 500.38 was given by an estimated BONDED

crowd of 14,300, with 2,300 young
people worshipping at Euclid 1163 N.W. 3rd AVENUE PHONE FR 3-8416 1657 N.W. 73rd St. Miami
Avenue Baptist Church while
youngsters and Joiners packedthe
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WAGE 12 SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 195gOPPORTUNITIES kk:7(,; Southernmost America's City CALLS FOR AME .


NAACP DRIVE .'

rk -.-- By FRANCES E. PALMER ------ .

4 _ _u__ ...- In a letter to presiding Elders
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and ministers of the llth Epis-
OES OFFICIAL VISITS odist Church performed the copal District of the AMB)
ceremony.A Church for Florida, Rev. S. A.
O tron of Seminole Chapter No. 17 I home of the bride's mother. Bethel AME Church, Miami, and wh
Order of Eastern Star of Miami About 200 guests were resent a leader in the field of civil 19ffrl
and grand district deputy Stateat and enjoyed a wonderful evenIng rights, called for "aid of all ministers .
large, made her official visit .to't in a membership effort for flo
Monday. July 21 to Key West Mr. and Mrs. Stalllngs were the NAACP.
Gulf Chapter No. 53. the recipients of many beautiful: toGr
Associate matron Annie Tynes gifts. "The drive in which AME the
requested the deputy to preside ministers of each conference voted Fuser
ever the meeting due to the absence Miss Gale White of New Jer- to voluntarily submit a min
of worthy matron Lillian sey Is In the city spending her imum of ten memberships will in;
Horton who was not able to be vacation with her (grand parent, close on August 21, 1958 at Ed-
: for Negro me present. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Whiteheadof ward Waters College, he said.
and women. We +pay as you learn. 2 HOUSES -1 LOT The remarks and Instructions 709 Whitehead St. '
Phone FR 4-1581. AJ $695 Cash from the deputy on the various In his letter to all concernedhe
changes that have taken place In Mrs. Pholona McClain left the stated the program has the
REWARDA 1 Mortgage Payment National months "Full Support of :Bishop Sher-
$100 the Grand Lodge were city to spend three vacation '
One Hundred Dollar reward 85.00 MonthPartly very Inspiring, voicing the sentiment In New York While there man of L." Greene, presiding" bishop th
will be paid to the person who furnished, near 50th St. of the members present, she will be the house guest of the llth District. Si
returns i lost darkcoloredCairn See today. the associate matron had the her mother. Friends wish her a A full report of the work done toby
Terrier dog last seen at district deputy to know that her I pleasant stay.Velvet. AME ministers in Florida e\'
1942 NW 2nd court on the nightof CBS DUPLEX visit was very much appreciatI I will be made at the termination of
July 4. Call JE 1-3708. Down ed and invoked the blessings of of the drive. ce
$1,495 God upon her. She also expressed th
WANTEDSomeone One side furnished. Excellent ,in- the hope that she would return Touch do.
to'cafe 'for child come. One bedroom apartmenteach to the city In the very near
Room and board. PL 7-6329. iide. $13,500 total. I future. arH
Good home.f' While here Mrs. Nottage was Will Give You Longer VELVET TOUCH
the house of her cousins
NEAR 58TH STREET guest Curls th
Mrs. Alice Edwards and family. Lasting
FOR RENT $995 Cash I July 22 in the afternoon she arm
1 was the dinner guest of her cou- S VELVET TOUCH WATER
2 BEDROOM APT. Stove, refrigerator Mortgage PaymentNewly
water free. Only $17 per 2-bedroom CBS. sin, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. REPELLENT PRESSING OIL
painted
week. 844 NW 70th st. Phone Equipped with stove and refrig- Sawyer and family. That night -Safest, easiest and fast.
she was entertained 'by Mr. and
NA 16953.1BEDROOM. est way to dress hair.
erator. (Hardwood floors, tile Mrs.
Benjamin Ramsey.
roof. See today. Guaranteed to keep the
APT. in new build- Enjoying the evening with the
deputy were Miriam Russell] hair from 'going back?
Ing, 524 NW 22nd SU Phone ,
FR 9-3576. 4-BEDROOM: CBS Agnes Smith, Annie Tynes, Lor- Gives you long lasting
$1,495 ,Down raine Reed Mamie Sawyer hair styles, evens"' th/o6gh/ .

FURNISHED APT. for rent. 1870 E-Z TermsValue Eugene Butler and Mr. and Mrs. humid and rainy days ky4 tA
NW 55th Terr. Phone NE 5-0010. Benjamin Ram. ey. She returnedto Price $1.00
packed home near 58th St.' her home Wednesday morning -
ROOMS by day or night. Also Equipped with stove and refrig C VELVET TOUCH '
efficiencies by the 'week. FAN erator. Jalousied porch and car- CREME SHAMPOO 'tp '
JEWELL'S GUEST HOUSE, 620 porte. $14,000 total. WEDDING BELLS Beautifies as it Cleans-

NW 7th St., Phone FR 42213. Mrs. Leonica C. McIntosh, 725 Women like the soft, fluffy .,
Gold Coast Realty Monroe County Lane, daughterof condition of the hair after _
ROOM at -141 N.W. 9th St.
Phone 4301 N.W. 2nd Ave. Mrs. Celestina ,Evans becamethe using It.
See Miss Montgomery.
A30 PL 4-5508 bride of Navy Chief Steward Price 601 f 1
19785.
FR i,
1
July Jim 27 at E. 1 StalllngsSunday' 'TrImt' Tl1is.Doublo: Action 1t
FUIRNHS1H1ED 0 0 M. $10450 p.m. at To Wake Up 1r
Private home. Call PL 80792. Presbyterian Church, Rev., W. ,Lt Wakes up Sleepy HairAt t
Hubert, pastor of Newman Meth-
EFFICENCY APT. Furnished. ,Choice OfferingIn all Beauty Shops and Drug

Located near two bus lines at New 56th St. Area 1 Stores or Order Direct SLEEPY WAIF?

3268 NW 46th si. Phone PL Attractive, desirable 2 bedroom SHORTY'SSea I MONEY BACK GUARANTEE

8-4433. I CBS, large Fla. room, can be Sabrosol LaboratoriesP.O. I IGc
used as extra !bedroom, good i
,DUPLEX 2 apartments. One condition priced low at $10,950. Food MarketYOU Box 6175, Sta. B
bedroom with stove and refrigerator ?ql
at 1206 NW 57th St. 1- Miami 36, I'td d
Fine features in this 2 bedroom BUY 'EM
bedroom furnished with air con-
CBS, large rooms, plus spaciousFla. Fla.'I
dition at 1207 NW 57th st. Phone WE FRY 'EM 'I
clean at
room priced today
FR 4-6728, between 5 and 6 pm. $12,050. 4 1iote94e4fDEEP

NEW, large, one bedroom apt. Fish and Chicken Non Surgical Treatment PENETRATING
unfurnished. Adultp. Lovely Duplex CBS
lawn, shade, quiet. $17.00. 1321 2 bedroom and bath each 704 N.W.. '2nd Ave. Hernia o Piles SCALP CONDITIONER
NW 58th Tedrace.FU'RNIS'HED AO Rupture (Hemorrhoids
)
apartment, gracious living quar- C To control, condition and
ters, large lot, 100x105, good income DR. LONG'S CLINIC
private efficiency bargain $16,000, with good general health service beautify your hair. Velvet
apt., adults only. Free light, gas, terms. 21 S. W. 13th Ave. Touch Deep Penetrating
water, phone, parking space for I ,.. Phone FR 3.2748 Scalp Conditioner is a
car. PL 8-0792. Coconut Grove For Sale By highly medicated scalp
Add Life to Years
FOR SALE Bargain $14,500, duplex CBS 2 SUM MONS 'and Years to Life treatment which relieves
bedroom, 1 bath, other apt., 1 REDUCESpecial dry, brittle hair, dandruff,
i\i ROOMING HOUSE possible bedroom 1 bath screened porch 2-bedroom stucco home, 1794 tetter, eczema, tendency
$4,000 Income. $6,000 down large beautiful lanscaped lot, NW 74th Terr. Price $7,950. 'Medication towards baldness, ring.
\ Phone PL 18770. A10 low down payment. Down month. payment $750, $75 per worm, other scalp Irrita.

I tion .It promotes a healthy
T.V. Sales Lincoln City
INCOME PROPERTY scalp condition. Apply once
Owner to sell TV sales and Choice corner lot 75x100, on each week or as often as
service. Charge of Colored main highway steal at Frame duplex 2 bedrooms each
area. $1,100, A little
necessary. a
side 3249 goes
at NW 53rd St Price
Established 12 years. Wolfe Radio excellent buy.EXCLUSIVE.
long
I
TV, 8150 NW 22nd ave. WITHE. $8,500; $750 down and $75 a way
month* Regular Size $1.25
HARRY DENNY
ACM
J I Peter' Bhiesten' For these specials call C VELVET TOUCH

11 I REAL ESTATE Summonsday HAIR CONDITIONtR-

. HELP WANTED 530 Biscayne Blvd FU 3-7694 Wakes up sleepy hair.

I _ _ _..... .. .. ,I- .. .. -....""..1 Phone 1U 4-2448-.1U or night 6-0173 ORA-JEL Leaves hair "Baby Soft"
MALE OR FEMALE and "ALIVE. Makes the

Income PropertyCBS hair look livelier, healthier!

Immediate EmploymentShirt ROOMING HOUSE and longerl! When used

Eight bedrooms 2 bath plus.. tthree times-weekly, along
Unit Pressers I kitchen. Fully furnished, fully SUBSCRIBE TO THE. . with Velvet Touch Deep
rented. Terrific Income
Wool Pressers for anyone Penetrating Scalp Conditioner
familiar 'wlth this type of
operation.. 114,900 total, $3,300 the hair takes on
Florida Civic Service
Experienced Checker that Glamour
down; maybe I.... Girl "Look"in
'Markers Chelsea Realty, RealtorPL an amazingly short time.

4-4685 'or WI 5-2308 NewsContains Regular Size $1.50
Alterations (iso Applkatloni)

Washermen '. I '$1,000 or Your Lot all city, county, state and federal positions At All Beauty Shops and
t : Drug Stores or Order Direct

Spotters As a down payment, 3,bed Open to the public Money Back Guarantee

room new on corner on two
,
ARROWEMPLOYMENT Charter Subscription $1.00 Sabrosol LaboratoriesP.O.
t lot*. 2901 NW 43rd Terr. Box 6175, Sta. B .
; FLORIDA CIVIL SERVICE 'NEWS
Hardwood floors. A beauty. Miami 36, Fla.

i' 1119 W. Flagler Lois for sale. Cash for your Box 6, Little River Sta., Miami 38, FloridaSend ,


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MEMORIALS DEATHS SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1958 PAGE :13



OF THANKSThe IN Range -. .
CARD I MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM
Mrs. Elsada McCloud of 1945 I
In sad but loving memory or NW 3rd Ave.. died at her homeon I In sad but loving memory of
of the late
family our dear wife and our dearly beloved
CHARLIE' DEAN daughter, z July 29. Mrs. McCloud wasa one, the late,
,'4 pioneer of this area. She is
this life
who departed July 12,
survived by two daughters, Mrs.
wishes to thank the
1958 many
Alean Miller and Mrs. Elsie
friend for cards, telegrams,I
Douglas, a 'son, Charles McCloudand
and Special thanksto
flowers cars.
a host of other relatives.
Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Rev.
Services will be conducted Aug.
Graham for counseling us from 2 at 3 pm at St. Matthews Bap-
the word of God, the Range tist Church, Rev, Clark, officiating. -
Funeral Home for its efficient .
service May God's richest bless- r

ings be with all of you. 4 Willie Mitchell Johnson of

Mrs. Mae Dean, wife 2444 NW 55th terr., died at his ( \ I Ic
home July 29. He is survived by I.

his mother, Mrs. Sallle Johnson, ,
THANK YOU his brother, Samuel, and a sister
Mrs Ruble Young. Funeral ser-
Tt is with profound gratitudethat vices will be held on Aug. 2 at
we. the family of the late I p.nis the chapel. Rev. Sam-
Sister Gertrude Williams pause uel Gay officiating.
to give thanks to each and
everyone who were ,thoughtfulof Mrs Leola Walker of 566 NW
us during her illness and recent --. Y" ,Iii('.. ., I 20th st. died July' 26. She Is sur-
passing. Sincere thask! to Mrs. Vellie Stafford Pittman, vived by a daughter, Mrs. John- i' t,; \,
those of you that sent flowers, wife of Clarence (Sam) Pittman, nie Poole Sr., a son-in-law J. : \\ \'
donated cars, and sent telegramsand of 112 NW 13th st., died on Tues- Poole several grand children. Her
other expressions of sympathy day night at Jackson Memorial services were conducted July 31 .,
To the Bain's Funeral SARAH W ROLLE Hospital. Mrs. Pittman is also at Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, Rev. C R '
Home Bishop Archie MelvIn, of who departed this life July 27, survived by a daughter, Mrs. Thomas officiating ; .
the Church of God of Prophecyand 1957. Ernestine P. Wilson, a son, Clar- \
so many others far too numerous Gone, but not forgotten. May ence, Jr. three sisters, Mrs. Car- Francis . k\\'k: ) *
to mention. Thank you I she rest. in peace. rie Copeland and Miss Gussie l\
and God bless you. ,I Sadly missed by loved ones Stafford of Detroit, and Miss Willie J. Jackson, of 1430 NW ,, .., .,,\.
Elder Timothy Williams, asd friends. I Ethel Stafford of Jamaica, L. I., 1st court died Saturday, July' 26 >,,'
husbandMrs. Donald Rolle, husband New York; two brothers, Walter at Jackson Hospital._ Funeral services >
Henrietta Whitfield, Lula J. Smith, mother Stafford of Chocago, and Joseph were held July 30 in the
sister Stafford of Jacksonville, three chapel. Interment in Paradise FLORIDA B. PEDICANwho
Memorial Gardens. was called to the G rea t
grandchildren
IH ,J tylEMORIAM and a host of oth-
er relatives and friends. Mrs. !Beyond on July 29, 1954.
THANK YOUThe Is memory of the late Pittman was a long-time resi- Miss Virginia Mathurin, 219% Jesus the very thought of Thee,
dent of Miami and enjoyed a NW 11th st., died at Jackson With sweetness fills the breatst
large friendshIp. Hospital. Thu body was shipped But sweeter far Thy face to see
of the late
family
Funeral service were held on Thursday. July 30 to Port-au- And in Thy prsence rest
MR. CAESAR WYNN
Prince, Haiti. No voice can sing, no heart can
Saturday July 26 2
at at
who died on July 17, with to pm. iframe
,
take this time to thank' theIr Mt. Carmel Baptist Church un-
der the direction of the Rich- Howard G.. Hart, 4837 SW 23rdst. Nor can the memory find
many friends .tor the thoughtfulness ardson Funeral Home with the ., died July 27 at his home in A sweeter sound than Jesus'
shown them In their hoursof
Welt Hollywood. Funeral name
a'i Rev. D. A Bradley officiating. ar-
bereavement. Sincere thanksto
r rasgements are incomplete The Saviour of mankind.
those tending cards, flowers, 'rT -- May her soul rest in peace and
telegrams, donating cars and : I John Henry Range of 1232 NW light perpetual shine upon her.
helping in many other ways. To a .YA" 1st place, died July 19 in Lantana The FamilyStanley's
the Bain's Funeral Home our The body was shipped to
heartfelt thanks and to the pas- Quitman, Ga, for burial.
tor, Rev. W. F. Tanner, and the .Y
'
Masons, afro the Order of the Market

Eastern Star for rites for Mr NEED MONEY
Wynn. I 1900 N.W. 4th Court

The Family vY Then Hurry to The FRESH MEAT

Jamaica Candle ShopAt VEGETABLESGROCERIES
CARD OF THANKSThe ,<

6664 N.W. 15th Ave. BEER WINE
family of the late
Where hundred arc being helped DRUGS NOTIONS

U _,...,; . weekly from the Jamaica Hewed
MRS. ;CLARA E RORINSO.N OH and the Mystery dream seal Free Delivery

who departed. thi life Awg, 6, JAMAICA SAM, Prop. PHONE FR 4-9403
1956 Come write or Call
May she rest in peace I + PL 81854 Today
O Mother, when we think ol f indf
thee Register Now!

'Tis but a step to Calvalry,
hand upon our -----
jI2 Thy precious ----
brow
-----
Is leading us to Jesus now. Mrs. El.ada McCloud died at RAPHU S. WILLIAMS
The Family her residence, 1945 NW 3rd ave.,
Mr* Willa Mae Smith, Tuesday, July 29 at 4:30: p.m.
daughter She had been sick and disabled PRIVATE FOR HIRE

Mrs.. Marie Howard, for a number of years.
1 daughter Mrs. McCloud came to Florida '
Foster S. Robinson, son about 33 years ago and lived to Ambulance ServiceFRanklin
n Curtis Ford, grandson a very ripe age. She is lurvided
Vernon Ford grandson by two daughters, Mrs. Arlean
Mrs. G. M. Peace, I Miller! and Mn. Evelyn Mar- 3.5900
foster daughter' shall, a son, Charles, 15 grand
children, 32 (great grandchildren
IN MEMORIAMIn two nieces and one nephew, two HAVE CASH BEFORE YOU CALL"A
sisters at Daytona Beach aid a
TJ sad but loving memory of host of other relatives.
our dear brother, father and Funeral entices will be held

grandfather, Saturday at 3 p.m. at the St.
SAMUEL JESSIE WILLIAMS I rrm Matthew Baptist Church. Rev. N
wish to extend sincere thanks, to F.---Clark officiating! and the' Living Service Per Th

their many friends and neigh- Range Funeral Home directing. Living"r
bor for cards, telegrams and '
lovely flowers. James Hines of 1060 NW 65th Range Funeral

We wish to thank the Rev. Ed- -i St.,. died July 16 at Jackson Memorial -
ward Graham for his spiritual Hospital. The body was
advice and consolation, and the shipped on July 18 to Albany, OSCAR AND ATHALIE RANGE, OwnersPHONESt
Range Funeral Home for loyal Ga. for final rites. Survivors Include -
services. Mrs. Lillle Hines, wife; PL 4-7468-PL 1.1331

Molly Jerkins' West Hollywood,
sister Janle Mae William, sister -
CARD OF THANKSThe ; Julia: Andrews Palatka, sister Oscar Range, Licenced Embalmer Funeral Director

Annie Bell Robinson, St.
; 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami FloridaB.SoIomonFui.raIHoe
sister Maylbell Harge ,
wife and family of the Augustine, ;
ww
late, y Albany, sister; Rosa Lee Span, P
----... Ga., sister; Rufus ,
RICHARD B. JONES : Sale City,
'
who died on July 12, 1958 and i; .- \ >f') '. Hines, Indianapolis, Ind.4>roth an4 r. I !
was laid to rest on July 17 take ''' Jessie B utler step daughter
this method of expressing our other relative I j
thanks and appreciation to the r
many friends. and neIghbors, ; I '. CARD OF THANKS
't''L (Established 1f2l)
who
(kind 'during ourhour
were so
I. F . We. the family of the late,

.. Thanks of forrow..J. for your. cards, letters, .: {:: ( wishes MARY to thank ANN the PRATT many friends Dignified, Personal, Courteous Service I

telegrams, flowers and donationof condol-
who sent
neighbors
WALTONwho and
cars and other tokens of sym- LAWIlENCE G. )f
rted this life July 21, ences, flowers and telegrams Funerals Within Range of Each Budget
the dep
Pathy. Special thanks to hour of bereavement
during our
"Ichardron and to the 957. I I
Mortuary
thank the
really know the We especially like to
Rev. A. J. Reddick. Added thanks Other ,cannot
and
Rer. Johnson
I hearts; nor Rev MOM,
to that fill our
friends of ilM grief
and neighbors members of St. James Baptist *
lot*. The the
NW 2nd Ave. Again. thanks to I.hare rose still the grows burden beyond of our the, wall Church also the" Range 315 N.W. 16th Street Ph. FR 31440IcARDs

everyone.Mrs.. BernIce Jones'And and you are that rose, Larry. Funeral Home. ,<
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I Have Wings!-I Can Influence Others With
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, AUGUST ,2, 1958 Wright Off to Alaska Thoughts THINKING My


CHICAGO (ANP) -Bish
SAYS SCHOOL HIAD . EIGHT FULL PAID op R. R Wright- of the AME NOW OPENING FOR THE FIRST TIME

Church, passed through Chicago For Advice and Help Contact-
Desegregation Gain NAACP ..LIFEMEMBERS Wednesday enroute to Alaska ,
Noted in Louisville where he will inaugurate a new
; church at Anchorage. He will .' T
Interference' Halts install the new pastor, Dr A. J. K STAR

White, Harvard and Ohio State
IntegrationLouisville Only eight fully paid Life university graduate, who was at
Members in Florida are listed one time president of Edward 4 Psychic Reader Gifted Reader

( (ANP) Integra- among the first 1,000, it was revealed Waters college. ,' Reads your entire life, past,
tion In schools has made by officials of the Florida I
public
State Conference of Branches. ''With his wife, Mrs. Luella G. : present, future. Tells you anything
tremendous strides in the past
the Listed as being full paid Life White, Wilberforce university you wish to know without
twO years, a report on desegregation -
of Louisville schools Members in the Association are :graduate, Dr. White, has been in asking any questions.No .
y
revealed last week two Life Insurance Companies, I. Anchorage several weeks pre-
Carmichael three physicians, two individualsand ndMrsWright visit of Bishop matter what your hope, fear or trouble may be, I can and
Dr. Omar super-
one chapter of a National : at the new
intendent of schools said In his Organization. church. will help youl Give time and never falling advice on all affaire

report that only eight of the Bishop Wright, commenting on of life, such at love, courtship, marriage, health, business
city's 75 schools are still all- MIAMI BRANCH CITED the venture of African Methodism changes, will, mortgages, law Butts, 'lost or stolen articles,

Negro He also said disciplinary few Cited at the 1956 National into Alaska, the 49th state hidden treasure. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED!
had been relatively
problems said: "I chose Dr. White, first
Convention which convened in
in the first and althoughthe
year
because of his tested interest in
Cleveland last week was the Miami -
second because year brought the more, Branch for its outstanding missions and his knowledge of Give Your Lucky Day Your Lucky Number
this newness
was
the same. He spent four years ia
had worn off and the effort was work in procuring Life Memberships South Africa with me, as the No one In trouble turned away-Come with or without' money
Among the fifty
not so Intensive as during the tial Life Memberships in the par- principal of Wilberforce insti- PrJvate A Confidential Readings-Readings for White A Col..dNote

first year. State, the Branch has solicited tute in the Transvaal for whichhe
"In my Judgement Dr. Car- 31. Repeiving the honorary secured accreditation by the
Permanent Address-Take bus IB, passes door every
Transvaal Educational
michael asserted, "the second mention award' was Mrs. Ver- Department -
year of the program is more nell Albury, "Mrs. NAACPof 15 minutes
nearly a normal year t than was Florida."
the first." 1650 N.W. 27th Avenue Miami, Fla.
The school head further stated Chairman of the State L i f e memberships in the State.
Hours: Dally and Sunday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.-Closed Tuesday
that throughout the South Membership is Dr. R. L. Anderson 'Information\ can be obtainedby
with the exception of Kentucky Tallahassee physician. He writing to the State Confer- Licensed by City, State, County
poliical leadership has been responsible has asked that an effort be madeto ence Office, 705 East Harrison
for most of the interference -I increase the drive for large St, Tampa, Fla.
with education "Politi-
cal leadership," he said, "has
served the South rather badly"

"It is my belief," he continued -
"that there are a number of
cities in the South which would s _
now be well under way with the
program of desegregation had it
not ,been for political interference _
in their states." _


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Dade Chapter of Red Cross has
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Needed at once to staff the
county and various city sheltersare
registered nurses who are
retired or those employed in offices -
or clinics which close dur-
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I" 1 I II. 1.1. II' T 'Post Office Exam THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper"SATURDAY I

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Good Morning JudgeNews Now OpenThe I AUGUST 2, 1958 PAGE 15


From Miami's Municipal Precinct Court United States Civil Ser- Robinson
B&P Circle Meetson of St. John Baptist
vice Commission announced today -
Church was a delightful guest of
JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON
PresidingBy
that an examination would
President's the circle, and promised to assistIn
Elliott J. Pieze, Times Staff Writer 'be held for substitute post office whatever way that the can to

J - - - - - - - - - - . l . I . . salary clerks of and$2.00 carriers per hour.at a This starting BirthdayThe help money them requested raise by an Miss amount Whiteto of

A moderate total of 85 cases Musical examination is held for the res- Business and ProfessionalWomen's push Mt. ZIon further.
greeted Judge Johnson upon his Play Depicts idents who receive their mall in
r e t urn last Monday from Life of Mary Dade County. I Circle held an interest- The home was decorated with
ing meeting on Tuesday eveningat
'beautiful flowers sent by Negro
vacation. for this
his annual The Judge Applications examina-I
the home of Miss Marie White.
seemed to be well rested and McLeod Bethune tion may be obtained room and White friends, and many
In 329 Main Post Office 300 The meeting: was opened by useful and bautlful gifts. Prayerwas
ready to carry on his usual N. E. '
singing, "Pass Me Not Oh Gentle
manner. Washington (ANP) The First Ave., and at Goulds, Hialeah Saviour." The president then offered by Mrs. Lelia Moore.
Alarming the of National Homestead Locka Mrs. Addle Pierce, Mrs. Muriel
was case Theater has been Opa finer
stated that she knew of no
Ulysses Thomas, 41, of 1200 NW crowded to capacity every nightto Princeton, Coral Gables, Kendall, time to plan a for King- Williams and Mrs. Cantrell
who with witness Miami Beach Miami program Moon were asked to bring a report -
1st ave., was charged 'The Crowning Ex- Springs,
dom building than now her
assault with hands North Miami North Miami Beach on on Wednesday evening, July
and battery perience, a Moral Re-Anna- ,
natal day. She said "We must
,
and feet on Mrs. Fannie Mae ment musical production in work, we must be constant, we
Thomas of the same address. by the life of Mrs. Mary Mc- til the closing date of Aug. 12. must stick together and stand by meet at the church at 7:30: pjn.
The Incident occurred about 9 Leod Bethune.
Application should be mailed God and his program." -- -- --
o'clock Saturday night at the The play, being presented alternately to the executive secretary, Boardof A cOmmitee was appointed to
home of the Thomases. For the best in good home-
with "He Was Not U.s. Civil Service Examiner contact their Rev. Edward T. ,
Mrr. Thomas told the court There" a drama of an American Miami 32, Fla., before that date. Graham in regards to a project cooked meals, be sure to
that without any provocation at family, has been held over by Acting Postmaster Eugene M. planned. One of the highlights visit
all, Thomas, after making several popular request for the fourth Dunlap of Miami stated today in of the evening in the midst of
accusaions against her, began to weefc. conjunction with this announce- the session a telegram from the
beat her severely about the face The supreme artistry of Muriel ment, that the residents ol pastor and his wife, expressingtheir THE ELBOW ROOM
and body. Mrs. Thomas came to Smith of London, New York and Greater Miami Postal Delivery wishes to the hostess for a
court with two swollen eyes, a Hollywood fame, gave voice to area are all eligible for employ- happy birthday and long life to RESTAURANTUnder
badly swollen cheek and bruised the ideas and life of an eminent ment in the Miami Post Office render service. She was deeply

and swollen Jaw, and a number educator whose life parallels that and should take this examina- moved by this message. Just then, new management
of scars about her face and of Mrs. Bethune who began, Elliott J. Pieze dropped in with
body. 1 over 50 years ago, the uphill tion.All applicants will be notified birthday greetings and felicita- Home-made cakes & pies
(Mrs. Thomas was supported In struggle to educate underprivileged at a later date of the exact time tions. He spoke of the days when Fried fish of meats
her testimony by two women, boys and girls of Americaand and place that the actual test he, Sam Solomon and Dr. G. W. Variety
whom Thobas said are his step lead them toward freedom will be held. Hawking were active membersof ; French fried potatoes

daughters.In and opportunity. I I H. Allen Wheatley Jr., voca the Business and Professional Courteous Service
Prompt
his defense, Thomas admitted The premier performance con- tional services secretary of the Women's Circle and the joy he
a portion of the chargesbut sists of 35: Negroes from America I Greater :Miami Urban League, found in working with the ladles.
tried to deny the others. But and Canada representing eight I who has been spearheading an Mrs. Olivia Rogers, popular 5994 N.W. 22nd Ave_
the testimony against him was states and the Province of On- effort to get more :Miami Negroesto beauticians, assisted the hostessin Mrs. Arlene Droxton, Prop.
too strong and too well, supported tario. Among them are 20 members take civil service exams also serving dinner. Mrs. Flossie I ADL
for his denial to stand up. of the BethuneCookmancollege lists several more opening. They
Judge Johnson told Thomas choir, directed by Thomas I are tree trimmer, clerk, typist,
that he could see no reason for D. Demps. clerk stenographer, park manager 'r. For more information call Mr Drive
his treating: Mrs. Thomas ,the way Louis Byles, a high govern- account clerk, realty assessor Wheatley' at FR 16476. Carefully
he did. The judge then fined ment civil servant and lawyer medical technician, shorthand -I -- --
Thomas $250 or 60 days in Jail. from Jamaica, Susie Cabanero a reporter, recreational lead-.
It was one of the most severe leading soprana from the Philli-
fines levied during the session. I pines, and Ann Buckles, Broad- SEE THE $
(Among .other cases heard and way and television star from J
disposed of were the following: TennesWe, co-starred with WORLD'SGREATEST
Roscoe Spencer, charged with Muriel Smith.Morris :
assault and battery with un-
known object on Leroy Kenon,
fined $75: or 30 days. Brown Prof.

Mose Lee Boykins, charged COLORED
with drunk, disorderly conduct, Gets High Rating

using profanity, fined $25 or 10 For Thesis
days. PSYCHIC 1

(Raymond Alexander Palmer
ATLANTA, Ga. (ANP) r
,charged with drunk, disorderly Dr. Robert E. Williams, chair- .g READER v
conduct by using profanity, fined man of the division of educationand _
$25: or 10 days.
Albert Davis Brooks, charged college psychology notified at Morris this Brown week
was
with reckless driving and with that the department of education P ROF :
carrying concealed
weapon (a committee on research Univer-
knife) fined $75: 30 ;
the two charges combined.or days on sity of Chicago, had ranked his r _ .
doctoral dissertation among the '
Ozell Skinner, charged with top ten for the two year period
disorderly conduct by creating a between 1955 and 1957
disturbance, fined $15: or 6 days. The dissertation is entitled up HUNTER

William Cox, George Burns, "Relationship between Racial COMMUNITY DRUGS
Jr., Ronald Hicks and Ernest
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PAGE 16 SATURDAY AUGUST 2 1958 biggest dangers that threaten us.
: In-Around The BahamasBy I It is the work of the church to
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b defeat them and we must pray
. for. God's help on the church's
f' A. H. McKENZIE -- -' efforts."

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Tommy Robinson of the Ba- such importance.: (are established
hamas on July 24, won the 220- a new record Downtown Barber
1 at the !British Empire
yard race ShopGet
BYE ELLIOTT J. PIEZE and Commonwealth games at Newland Holle, 37, was stabbed -
ish with Keith Gardner of Ja- to death in the neighborhoodof
WIRITER'8 NOTE:-Sine* this Cardiff, Wales, in a !photo fin- the Eastern Senior School on, your hair protested
column was written on Mondayof RED 'HARRIS MANAGES maica. Both athletes were timedin July 20. Kenneth Add rley, 21, and be well groomed
this week the Fla. Supreme KITCHEN AT JIM JAM 21 seconds in the finish. was arrested by the police: and
Court handed down a decls William "Red" Harris, well South Africa's G. R. Day was is being held in connection with Call for appointment

Ion on the scheduled. 'NAACP In. known man about town, who Is third in 21.1. the murder. FRanklin 9-9261
vestlgatlon. The court orderedthe also special representative for [His Excellency the Governorwas the
committee to hold 'up Its Silver Satin Wine, and other the .first to 'send 20-year- In his address at 123rd Annual 707 N.W. 2nd Ave.
probe of the Miami NAACP. products distributed by National) old Tommy a cablegram: congrat- Conference of the United
UNDER ADVISEMENT"The Brands, Inc., is now the manager ulating him: on his performance Baptist Mission held recently at A9
Court has taken the mat- of the kitchen at the popularJim and wishing him continued suc- Zion Baptist Church, the Gov-
ter under advisement" That Is. a Jam Club, 1900 NW 75th st. cess. The House of Assembly also ernor told he (group that real
very familiar statement heard Harris has an efficient staff of sent one. Robinson it the first dangers confronting the Bahamas USE OUR CLASSIFIED
quite regularly in legal circles, workers on duty nightly who are Bahamian to participate in an I were not economic, but spiritual.
especially when a matter of far always ready and willing to offer international athletic' contest of I Said he: COLUMNS FOR RESULTSI.

reaching importance is before the the best of service. .... _
you very ---- -'".=.===--a r TT
court. In fact so regularly has The staff is composed of Mrs. .!.:'Jh.XA.V..V.zzT.
this course been takep recentlythat Ella Davis, cook; Eddie Hicks
many .people are now beginning head waiter; Julius Peeples FromVISIT
to ask the question waiter, Pearl Williams, waitressand Fair Realty is Easy to: Buy
"When will the court make a Elizabeth Kelly, waitress.
direct ruling without taking the Harris offers the finest in

matter "under advisement?" Barbecue ribs: dhicken, steaks, OR CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645
The latest of these "under advisement" chops and the like at popular
courses resulted from prices. Service with a smile is
the case of the Miami Chapter his motto.
of the National Association for
the Advancement of Colored STUDENTS' FAREWELL BALL
People, in which the NAACP
asked the Florida Suprente Courtto Many records are destined to
stay an order by Dade Cir fall and many new records established w t
cuit Judge Ray Pearson, which when the Annual Stu _
would force the NAACP to ,pro- dents' Farewell Ball is held on s
duce the records of the organization Thursday, Aug. 28, at 10 p.m. at ? sue fi'

at a hearing scheduled for the Harlem Square Ballroom I y w _ _
August 11. Already requests for invitations
G. E. Graves Jr., Miami attorney for the ball are being receivedby .: Y" .
for the NAACP, said that the Booker T. WashingtonHigh .9. ;
the U.: S. Supreme Court had Alumni Airociation ,whichis .
.
ruled that it would be a viola sponsoring the annual" event. L_ _ II$1v.
tion of constitutional rights to Invitations for the b311'wlll'be
require NAACP officers to pro In the mall by Aug. 12, and .
duce membership rolls and financial should be In the hands of the
records. guests by Aug., 18. However, aa
usual, anyone who had not received
Attorney Mark Haww, who
his Invite that Is
date
represent the Legislative' Committee by
asked to kindly call In person or
which la scheduled to
telephone the downtown office of
hold the hearing, told the court
the Miami Times at 1112 NW
4L4
that further delay would makeIt d
Third Ave., FR 3.2238 and
difficult for the committee to e
complete Ita ,'work before the Alumni personnel will supply J : :
him with Invitation for himself
Legislature' meets next April. I .
and friends.
The court took 'the matter un.

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