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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: August 9, 1958
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028321
Volume ID: VID00610
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 2264129
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300.TAKE. 'OFF' ; I 11'\tate'* tq 'he national' 'president elected were Mrs. Mary Clark '
Mrs. Katie Whickam and, of D.alla ,. 2nd vice president;
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r TO 'NASSAU; "also the presentations of Mrs. Pauline Humphrey Des \ 'I
I ilaque to !Individuals: for out- lIn'n's. 3rd vice' president; Mrs. R
ny POROTHY L. SANFORD standing service.A Willie F Smith, Greensboro, N !
packed Bayfront Auditorium C. 4th vice president Mrs.
fThe 39th Annual Conventionof witnessed one of the most fabulous Albreta Mayfield, 6th vice presi .
the National (Beauty Cultur- Fashion Extravaganzasand dfnt. Mrs. Ruth Ferguson of I ,
Ists League, Inc., and the Na- Hair Style shows on Tuesday Philadelphia is the new Grand 1
tional Jn tlttrte of Cosmetology n&iht,. Miss Perita Rates, Basileus of Theta Nu Sigma,
meetfm? Jointly completed two Institute instructor In charm and graduate beauty culturists or-
of the most successful meetingsIn personality was the featured ganization.
the history of the organiza- model. Bill Simmons, hair ity- Some 300 beauticians were
tions: on Thursday afternoon. In List for Rose Meta, won the first booked for Nassau for the Post til ''v t't't' 4''
Convention Tour and were : 1
Miamijt dace trophy tor the manufac-i vp
.. The (Otange; Blorsont Beautician tuTers and Jobbers division for scheduled: ta leave on Thursdayand
Association, .Mrs. .AlaineWajdorl Persulan v (Mr. N* H. Bronner' Friday by boat and plane,
) State f resident, we a < Atlanta) Mrs..;:Laura:,Wilson, Del The official welcome will be .. .'-
host td the groups..'/L.Julius::; !as, Texas, won the master trOphy 1 given ,by the Governor on Sat-
administrator and director of. Institute for the National Hair Designers urday morning. will, be
of Cosmetology and own- Guild .lor Nu Lox (P. L. conducted under the auspices of
er of the local Sunlight Schoolof Miller, St. Louis.) the Institute of Cosmetology on z i
Beauty Culture was the con- Saturday in Nassau.
vention chairman. Approximately The special entertainment of The 1939 National Conventionand
500 persons reglrtered for the the Orange Blossom Beauticians Institute will be held In October !
Institute, 156 of whom completedwork Association for the visitors wasa In 'Philadelphia in con-
leading to the bachelorsand Salute to State Presidents heldin Junction (with the Eastern Cosmetic t
masters degree. One thou- the Fieta Room of the Mary Manufacturers Association
sand live hundred beauticians Elizabeth(' Hotel on Wednesday meeting. A European Tour will ,
attended the convention of the night.. A program of local talentwas be taken following the 1959
National Beauty Culturists MCed by Mrs. Dorothy meeting. I

League. 'Twenty-six manufacture Stanford. Mrs. Maude Reid of Three lively "Miss Silver Satin" contestants, left to I'
and and the National Advisory Committee -
demonstrated jobbers products displayed and used welcomed the visitors and Orkin Co. to right, Mary Britt, Mary Williams, and Mario Adams, addto ;,Ii
delegates. Mu ical numbers tea- the scenery at Virginia Beach. The girls are currently "

;,.Uti.lw.o.aroups: of teen-ageri, making personal appearances throughout Dado and '."
w The National,t Beauty Culturlsts the Floridians, a girl trio and Broward counties. Winner and runner-up in the contest twill / '
League ,convened Monday mornIng the-Caiuals; a boys quintet. Also receive. to New York
Face Suits trip by way of Nassau. In
". "Aug. 4 at Bayfront Park heard were the songs' of CherryMills
Auditorium where all League Boyer, and solos by Per- New York they will receive a modeling course at the

meetings and activities were nella Cobb, and Mesdame Knight I Ophelia De Vore Charm School and a contract with Grace
held. The National Parade featuring and Pleasant. At the piano were
the state queen, local Mesdames Lelia Williams and :.for Gas Death Del Marco Model Agency.
i 'bands, state floats, and manufacturers Pauline Dunn, official pianist for The matching white Catalina bathing suits are from
;.. floats was held In the the convention. Perry's Department Store. The fourth contestant is Marjorie -
j Washington Height .area on Corsages were presented to The local Orkin Exterminating Martin.
,. Monday afternoon beginning at each state president by Mrs. Co. which figured In the poison
5:30.: i rnj,! Waldon who, herself, was crowned gas death of Lillian Adams and
Four hundred beautifully with a hat o.f dollar bills. injury of 19 other persons last

N gowned Women and well groomed State president :also received 'November, was placed on probation Escaped Convicted f
men attended the President's gifts from their individual state for one year by the Florida ;
Banquet on Monday night. They organizations Pest Control Board.
heard Mrs. Arline Davis of New Mr Katie Whlckam was re-
= Orleans, the principal speaker. ; elected national president on The ruling by the boards dam-sets Minister Is
the for large
stage Captured 0
watched the presentations made Thursday afternoon. Newly!
age suits against compatnyby I II
------- those injured in the fumiga-
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I: COMPLETE INSURANCE COURSE .1 dead woman. once Rev.'headed Acsan the Lou African Orjuna Coptic who

Orkin was accused of failure Church at NW 19th st. and 6th Integration
to evacuate humans and animals ave., and later was convicted of I
from adjoining apartments, failure the murder of a Jamaican Epis- to beAppealed
to maintain a capable: guard copal priest here, was capturedin Delay
over the operation and neglectof Savannah, Ga, on Thursday
M other control provisions.Mrs. Orjuna had escaped from the
Adams died during the Florida Industrial Home at ,
fumigation of the building next Ocala In June, 1037 white 'frying
door to her apartment at 1024- a life sentence for t the mor- Richmond, Va. The National
28 NW Third Ave. der of the Rev. Ornr.ond J. Mc- Association for The Advance-
Leod. Rev. McLeod was at onetime ment of Colored People said ,
kt an assistant priest at St. Tuesday that a federal judge's 'I
1 Agnes Church here and alto decision allowing Prince Edward
LONGSHOREMENGET worked among the mission County, Va., seven more yearsto s
$ Ii VACATIONPAY churches in. this area. desegregate it* schools definitely
will be appealed.
FBI agents and Savannah police -I II I
identified Orjuna who had .Robert L Carter, New York I
operated in Savannah' at "Rev, attorney for the NAACP, said
.\ Memdier cf Longshoremen R. S. Ferguson" whom they
that while he had not read the
Union Local 1416 are all smiles called a spiritual leader.
opinion of Judge Sterling Hutcheson -
this result of their
summer as a
nor conferred with other
: in't'al! vacation pay'' plan. Orjuna twos convicted in I
? attorneys, he felt the Negro
I The plat covers all Longshoremen Browird County in January,
plaintiffs Mwould have to
; fl in the South Florida 1953, for the McLeod murder. ap*1
; peal.
.. 4 which includes Ft.
'i Ports Miami He had schemed with anotherman
and Fort Pierce. and a woman to murder Roy WiUdm of New York,.ex
t: Lauderdale, West Palm Beach Rev MdLeod after taking out a ecutive secretary of the NAACP,
Payments are tabulated on the large Insurance policy on the said that group"regards the I
number of hours /fworked during minister. After beating Rev, seven year delay ordered by the
Ie A career school his been completed From left to right in the picture the period October, 1956 and McLeod! to death, the body was Federal Court a' far too great,
.: in the Miami: : ofTice.of the above are the recent graduate September 1957 Sum run from put on the Seaboard Railroad and will exhaust every means to
Atlanta Life Insurance Company. ? of the career school: Ernest $30 for 800 hours to $100 for tracks fa an effort to make the secure earlier compliance by ,
The three week course for aspirant Jameson Walter Mason, 2.000 hours. The total amount death appear acddentaL Prince Edward County 1\,
paid out $29,000. The
was plan
Life Insurance Underwrite- Jame Jenkins, Robert Draper,
,en is offered.WibdicallyAj; the JaC'ObWcKefl'le, Dorris Williams la a branch of the recently Initiated Shrewd work by the Insurance: "We don't feel l that J u d g '
"" Atlanta UftfOtoturance! CO. Thii Not shown In the picture are Lo- welfare plan by the union. company investigator, ,and Hutcheton'i decisionwas on ac4 I
Judge Henderson is local Brc ward County" detectives uncovered cord with 'what we feel the deJ
... course is designed to provide the retta ,Dickinson. and Ray D. Da president
the hideous plot. Or- cision: of the Supreme Court to
Juadartental vis.
# student with the
management 'juna's two accomplices \Burned be," Carter told The Richmond .-I
: knowledge of debit --- -- -'- state and gave testimony !News< eader. "From what _
evidence .wet
Persons interested in thi.'training Seated are: A. E. Christopher, "
program should contact the assistant agency director, Super- Register Today! thaf resulted in the life (father of the Supreme Court'} I
sentence. At the time decision the school boards '
Atlanta Life Insurance Comp- visor J. E. Grant instructor L. public spirit must
t, nyt office at 221 NW 9th 'St., H. Portlock Jr., district manager ran high when Orjuoa w a 'i make a prompt and ''reasonablestart '
Books Close 9
.7 hone FR 4-1561. dean of the, school. Aug. not given the chair for his crime i (toward desegregation.)"

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" I 1000th NAACP LIFE MEMBER ]


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There is no doubt that at this almost forced to by pressure onthe
two of writing the Miami part of some Florida citizens
Braaefa of the NAACP bas woo interested In justice and fair
a decided moral victory. The Play. Y
cancellation of the hearings by
the Florida legislative Investi- COMMUNISM AND THE
tin 1 Committee for the week ofAag. COMMITTEEI
not be the end of
11 may
believe that the InvestigatingCommittee
nent of the NAACPin
the har
feels that the NAACP
Florida; future bearings may is not really Communistic. However -
be set if development occur after
they are fighting Integration -
the Florida Supreme Court hearsarzum.ents in the state of Florida and
both sides in
from "
"Communist-inspired acUo
September.THE and "Communist tactics": are real i

OLD RED HERRING demagogic phrases to use and to get Red-baiting southern I NETTIE SCOTT KING of Indianapolis the booth folly .
COMMUNISMM blood boiling. It would never do 1300 NAACP Life Member was hooored at a bodteoa I
Ha we*, committee counsel to admit that the NAACP has aright g during recent 49th manual NAACP oonvmtioe SM Ccft. ; '
of Tampa can find no other :' to fight for civil rights as 10 addition to the regular life membership plate, Mrs. I"I I.
ercu e for the canceling of the guaranteed by be United States received a certffiate IS a "s ccW mark of recognition" and
Miami bearings except that old Constitution. To do his would be
of be Associahon'a "sioaee
red herring. Communism tend to admit that Florida belongs in aD expression
that excuse has just about lost the Union; that the Supreme
its meaning and punch even for Court of the U. S. knows what it n'ques! of this art
the segrefaUoniits. By now It Is doing and that Negroes in the Homemaking On Wednesday, Aug. 13, 11:30: i'am '
sounds only ridiculous and fan South really are first-class citizens : George Powell foods instructor
tastic. Anything that goes against but have been kept from on will give a .demonstration
the Investigatmg! Committee I* this status by the Southern Adult Vocational Home- on "Summer Deserts and
Communist-inspired or the tac- states. i Division will make its Salads," while Mrs. Wilhelmina
tics used are "Communist-" television appearance on I Thomas and Mrs. Gossie Ervin '
When the NAACP fights the A MORAL VICTORY Aug. 11 at 11:30 aim on! will turn the spotlight on the
Committee in a legal manner, Yes it is truly a moral victory. 10. Miss Eddie "Basic OrefS." By all means set
we are trying to kill off the No matter what names the instructor will WilsOn'j your TV dial on channel 10 at a
Committee. Now I wonder what NAACP has been called or will about ceramics, ,while 11:30 ajn. on Monday, August 11 nand
the Committee has been tryingto ''be caled in the future, it goes of her students will dem-I Wednesday, Aug '13, for the i:
do for nearly two years? along as it has always done in several simple) tech latest In homemaking: ),

Could:to it try be to their kill off special the NAACPin privilege -.' the past working to obtain .-.- .--.-.rrKr-.-.._............-.-.-...... ....-.-.......... 1r
first class citizenship for Negroes '
the state of Florida? within the frame-work of HOP ATBarkley *
aren't supposed to \
Perhaps we
our Constitution and using the
mention these things in public courts to get redress in a truly
On the other hand maybe ifs Cut Rate
American manner. The fight is i s
about time we did rinse the
not over, but the goal Is now in .
Committee is using public tax clear view. And as long as we WHERE QUALITY LIES
money to hold these bearings. In
have courageous men with the
the first news reports telling of moral fibre of Father TheodoreR.
the Committee's return to Miami N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4.2376
Gibson and the determinationand &
in Mr. Haves that
August said
fearlessness of Atty. G. E.
the KKK was to be investigated Graves Jr.-victory Is assured. : GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
as well as the NAACP. So even
if the hearings aren't to include By the way are you a member SUMMER MEDICINE Tuny Cream Deodorant .50

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really interested in investigating The September meeting will be
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li National Pr tldtnt PresidentEmeritus Southern Reolonil Director Dean of Women B..C, College President Holt Chapter 'I

1 :. Washington, D. C. Chicago, Illinois Birmingham, Alabama Educational Program Speaker Gamma Alpha

Ii Iotas Open National Convention Here Saturday. I

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p The magic day for the beginning tional 'Program on Sunday, Aug. YMCA, USO and the American
) of the 21st National Convention 10 at 3 pm. at St. John Baptist Red Cros: both here and abroad THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoplea' Newspaper" i
of Iota Phi Lambda Sorority Church. The public is cordially She is widely travelled having I I
4f Saturday, Aug. 9. The Invited. The speaker! for this been to 12 countries in Europe, SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1958 PAGE 3 I
f convention will be in cession occasion is the Illustrious Mrs. 17 cities on the West Coast of
p I through Aug. 13. Henrine Ward Banks, dean of Africa, as well as 'parts of Switz She attended the Moral Rearm- held at Bayfront Park Auditor
\, Although this is the 21st National Women Bethune Cookman Col- erland. She bat lectured ament Assembly Mackinz, Mich., ium on Tuesday, Aug. 12 at 10
f't; Convention, Iotas will be throughout the United States Caux, Switzerland, 1955. "7. pan The Closed Banquet is
)!: observing its 29Hh' anniversary at lege.Mrs.. Banks received her early during the years 1948 and 1949. Other activities of the conven- scheduled for Wedne day evenIng -
: this time. Approximately 250 education in the public schoolsof Iotas feel that there Is muchto tion are demonstration of bus- !Post Convention highlights
delegates are expected, with ar Chicago, Ill and continuedher be gained from this most able iness machines by Remington include the Beach' Party at Virginia -
r total of about 500 in attendance educational training at the speaker. Mrs. Bank, is a mem Rand and the IBM companies, Key Beach on Thursday,
The convention will get underway University of Illinois, Harvard ber of Alpha Kappa Alpha So- meet your date party to !be held Aug.. 14 and the Cruise, to Nas-
1 with the :Annual Press University and Cincinnati Uni- rority; ,Links, Inc., American Saturday evening on the roof of sau, Bahamas on Friday, Aug. 15
Conference ,at the Carver Hotel versity where the took special Academy of Political and Social the Carver Hotel; Tour on Sun- The convention headquarters.
11 a.m. on Saturday morning courses in public speaking. Our Science, Florida State Teachers day evening of the residential is the St. John Baptist Church
Aug. 9.One speaker Is a very experiencedsocial Association, President's Committee area of Miami and the beautiful Convention theme: "Efficiency
of the feature attractionsof worker, having worked on Government Contracts Miami, Beach. The Key to Greater Opportunities. -
the convention Is the Educa- closely with both the YWCA and and many other ,,organizations.JAMES' The Sorority Dance will be ."


MARCH OF {3) Guaranteed ............................, .... $4.75
p&!:.t.vI',. "': :>Late Records .,.. ........./,,.... 4 for $1.00 ,
5 & lOc STORE .' taarr. Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radio
The National Beauty Culturis 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481 i } Guaranteed Watches ..... from $8.95
League was awarded a plaquefor J t
outstanding service to the .5 >'y''c/t 1 DAVID JEWELERS
March of Dimes by Samuel B. ,,5 '
Ethridge assistant director of Interracial ONE STOP SHOPPING < 1 'r ,I.l: :) 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522
Activities for the Na
tional Foundation (formerly BABY ITEMS: Clothing' ttc.
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called the Notional {FoundationFor GIRLS' locke, ribbons, panties, underwear, etc.
Infantile Paralysis) at the
Miami! Municipal Auditorium BOYS' Pants, socks, underwear, ihlrta, polo, shorts. HOTEL CARVER

Sunday evening, Aug. 3. LADIES' Nylon note, panties, brae, slips, belts, sto.

The occasion was the gradua- MENS' Shirts, underwear, socks, belts, sto. STARLIGHT ROOF
tion exercises of the National
HOUSE: Pots, pans, dishes, 'glassware, sheets, pillowcases
Institute of Cosmetology which
had as its commencement speaker pillow., drape, towels, curtains, bed PROUDLY PRESENTS

Mrs. Daisy Lampklns! vice spreads, spoons, knives, forks, plants, planters. ., V,., f > ,rN
president of the Pittsburgh bird ssstfs, etc. .
Courier. ri J

Mrs. Katie Whickam of New 0
Orleans, prerWent of the National
Beauty Culturists League, received Simplicity patterns, drss materials and the Items to make the 1it
the plaque for the group dress . Keys made aid money orders. sold. Mon. thru Frl./
,In making the presentation, 8 a.m to 7:15: pm. Sat till 9 p.m.-Closed Sundays.Courtesy .
Mr. ''Ethridge thanked the leaguefor
its generous and substantial
contributions over the yean;
praised the group for its social a J f '1 V
function making this a more (
Bus Service Miami 30 Florida
beautiful world in which to Uve; ,
and complimented It for the fine
examples of personal beauty exemplified COLEMAN'SGULF
by the group. .

He pointed out that the Na- WASH POLISH WAX TIRE REPAIRING r
tional (Foundation bad droppedthe
lysis" from Its official title In EXPERT AUTO REPAIRING

view panded of services its broad to program all mankind.of ex-: 276 N. W. Fifth Street 1628 N.W. 3rd Arena r ., \w

lie listed four targets of the expanded PHONE FR 90111 PHONE FR 4-99V -
program: FR f1817A9 :

"(1)) We shall continue to work I .
against polio and than direct ,5 .1 ;t
studies of the whole problem of r'' I Ir
diseases. 1-- '
virus I

((2)) We shall reek to find the
causes of arthritis, Its prevention DONT WAIT
and Its cure. '

'((3) We shall conduct research forth*
aimed at finding the causes, -4 SCHOOL BELL
means of prevention, end Improved
methods of treatment of '
8rhJ.. 11M CMKireni s licMelio
birth defects. .S tON, GsV0 US ...
(4) We shall expand our research M........................"......
efforts In the area relating -
nervous to system disorders" of the central JOHNSON AND SONS LORD FLEA and hIs

Mr. Ethridge, formerly the FAMOUS CALYPSONIANSFRIDAY
supervisor of secondary schools FINE SHOE REPAIRINGWe

In Mobile, Ala.. has recently Joined Save Your Soul -While You Walt AND SATURDAY
the New York staff of the Regular Shows Each Weekend .

National Foundation u assistant Shoes Shined and Dyed No Admission-No Cover-No Minimum

to Charles Bynum,, who has been Activities 6570 N.W. 16th AVENUE PR PL 0-9190 GEORGE KIRBY, M.C.
the director of Interracial -
for more than a decade. I

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE I NI,11 Business League Cites



.............................................. Dr. Martha WhiteR
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A Ti" PO,1'I'lrfQnc; tooV) over n.
city during the past; len dsvc
Y,.... they cam, from< "" 'PTV"E" -
h.. wnmv of ihprntheir making
first vlrit. They resort P;
MUTANTUR ET NO8 MUTAMUR IN ELLIS 'nvfng them! >"1vPS. "rt bom .1
"The Time Are Changed And We Are Changed With Them" love with' our city Then .hea"'n"'.'
beaut1' r
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Office at 1112 N.W. Third Avenue, Miami, Florida-Phone FR 3.2236 'TOilQqU: hundreds of them f!e'v f"o
Plant at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone PL 4-6128 that city. Bet you they' wi1 fi R
--------- !In love uith it.

Entered as Second Clan Matter, August 9, 1927, at the Post Office at .
Miami, Florida, under the *ct of March 8, 1876 -Th--tcl;;: me next week anoihrroit .. : LSt\ L
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H. E. 8IGISMUND REEVES, Editor -o.t'"llv) + yiM lnv,d" ojr city\ lInr,
GARTH C. REEVES, Associate Editor' and Business Manager see what thev can !sce I: aria rJ
vh't thev ran' r'n W Th'a'n'nd "
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Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association Mirm! Beech are well]] known
Member of the Associated: Negro Press 8 v'n' )* (' ". vfntf"n, !hall!! J w!
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES: come, you can bet thpv win]! <'
ONE YEAR $4.00 SIX MONTHS $2.50 THREE MONTHS $1.50 'urn.. Be'ieve it or not thatCI '-
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T.". of ths fok! too, will bevl.d.n'
THE NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the world
from racial and national antaglonlsms when It accords to every man : Nassau. The North
regardless of race, color or creed, his human and legal rights. Hating Tra'el. Bureau has been boom'ngUtrlrj !
: ? the :ast two or three
no:Juan, fearing no man-the Negro Press strives to help every man weeks, ,with !Iboth Norths trek-'
Inthe firm I belief that all I men are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. '
'njj to and from Nassau, com-
ft "e'ing arrangements for the vis- ,

: REGRETTABLE Municipal Judge Mitchell ;
... .Jn'fnnn: will not tolerate any-
For many years Miami Negroes have been pleading brd" driving' without a license, r l lx:4'
and lavs ''f you come before him, x tt
clamoring for playgrounds and other recreational e
it he
vrv po to lail. To prove ,
facilities for our children. It has not been an easy task, has already Jailed ei;ht. Is your
but with the help of some of our interested White citizenswe name: on the list?
have been able to make some progress. Eartha' Mary Magdalene tional Housewives League. She
Our program included building a YMCA and a F'sh'Tmcn' have you ever White, Florida's' Angel of Mercy, headed' the ,Florida delegation tthe'
YWCA. Both of these seem to be in the making. The caught: a $2,500 fish? Well If you ,'Doctor of Humanities," founder- National League includdng
read your Thursday morning Dr. J. R. E. Lee, vice president
YWCA owns a piece of property and looks forward to paper, you know that an angler president of Clara White Mis- I of Florida Agricultural and Mechanical
improving it in the not distant future. In Ba'timore had such luck. A ion, 613 West Ashley St., Jacksonville I University, who 1? registrar
The YMCA for the past four or five years has been Brewery had taged'a( 10 lb. who was cited at the of the NBL; Mrs. Leonora
searching for a suitable site Just recently it found a rofkfiyh and set it at liberty' on |oint annual convention banquetf Davis, proprietor of. Davis Em-
June 19 about 20 miles off the Notional Business dent of
a League, ployment Agency, rQS
and able it. The location is at 15th
place to
was purchase br.i'te. Anybody catching it before N tlcna! Housewives League of the Jacksonville 'Mousewivoo
ave. and 58th street. It was formerly the Orchid Villa Sept. 1 would get $25,000. Anurica, and National Bankers League, the "baby" league of tb4t
Baptist Church. Just when everyone concerned felt that Thi unemployed: longshoreman A. sociation, in North Carolina 1958 convention; Mrs. Essie Mae
all was well, some property owners in the neighborhood can ht the fish. -ol'epe dining hall, Durham, N. Tucker, executive vice president
protested to the authorities. They believed a "Y" in their 2., as the symbol of the assembly. health director of the Jackson-
Covcrnor, Collins Dr. White made the ville Housewives League Mrs.
LeRoy on largest\ ;
neighborhood would reduce the value of their
Tuesday down of Helen assistant ,
rued: a requestfor eporl $140 In absentee mernjerships Mclaughlin sec-
However, the case was heard and the "Y" was given a more: time to correct Jnsantarv : ,of any state group of retary, chauffeur, who drove the
six months probationary period. housing conditions :at ImI I he National Business League. :station wagon, and Revs| JosephE.
Now comes the James E. Scott Association. This mokalce. The labor shacks were She was highly commended for S. Ray, International Public
organization is a member of the United Fund. It is pret- condemned by the State Boardof her activities through the years Relations Coordinator of Florida,
Health. Gov. Collins visited 'n the National Business League Dr. White Is expected to attend
ty well known and has been doing a very good job operating mmokalee[ during the freeze md appointed: chairman of ways the, National Convention of the
a day nursery and a program for teenagers and last winter and is well acquainted and means and a member of the, Iota Phi Lambda Sorority in Miami
Golden Age Senior Citizens. It also has other community with the !unsanitary Conditions esolution committee of the Na Aug, 814..
activities. existing.

The JESCA could do a better job if a home could be -
found for it. Here too, an opportunity knocked at the has The Church of the Incarnation pL
purchased a new rectory.
door.. A piece of property was found at 1133 NW 66th The address is 1736 NW 56th St.
street and the association was able to secure it with the Fr. Clarke and family moved to STAR 'MEAT MARKET
generous donation of the $8,000 down payment by Miami their new home on Tuesday. It
Beach financier Leonard Abess. will !be so much more convenient
as It is Just about two ,blocks
Here, too, we found objections. A petition has been from the church. The .former
M.Ml by :ti: public school teacher and another resident to rectory was in Opa Loctoa. 1520 N.W. 62nd Street

prevent the association from occupying the site. The Sunday School of the Incarnation -
We concede that it is the right of any citizen to regIster held its annual picnicat
zoning objections, but we fail to see in these cases Virginia Beach on Tuesday THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE

what harm can come from the activities of the associa- Repairs
are being made on ill
tions mentioned. many streets, some arc being
widened. Lat's hope more will
NURSING (IHOME HAS HARD TIME be done in the Liberty City area. Fresh Neat Low Prices
Our principal avenue, 15th,,
The Finley Nursing Home, 1035 NW 9th Ave., Flor- could stand a lot of improvement,
ida City, has been operating on an I> come of $90 per not to speak of some of the
Attention -
month, but finds it cannot continue on that amount. Whenit A
was made known through the daily press, several citizens ---- --- -

came to the rescue with cash and clothing'and now Think about it! There certainly 'has been a
the home will be kept open. Reports are that some of Now read the editorial :j from the pen of Editor Ant demand for the new four cents

our civic organizations have become interested in the drews : stamps. Some of these postal
Finley home and helped with contributions etc. SAVE YOU!!t MONEY stations can't get a supply. At
least I have made about three
"There, is 'coming a day' when ahy man Or woman of
The director of Dade County Welfare Departmenttook not the
trips and even seen
ambition and courage can 'oV fn a home. All they need to
the matter up with the Metro Commission and it is four cent stamp.
hoped that body will decide to increase the monthly allowance do is save their 'money.At .
from $90 to $120 for each of the 20 children now present, there seems to be far too many,who pre11 Have you registered? Today,
in the home. The White retarded children are allowed for a car to a home. They wi: buy a car when they have Saturday, is your last op Ttunl-
month no place to park it, except i ir i the street.i ty to register. 4f you would like
$120 a for support. '
to vote In the
September primaries
This is a. worthy cause and we know any contributionmade "Maybe the car is needecman in their business, but everyar and the November gen-
will be appreciated. should realize that a ci no matter how much heist eral -ejection. The office is i at 119

,Perhaps many of our readers did not know we had pays for it, depreciates so it that .at the very moment W Flagler street and will be open
such a place as the "Finley Home" in Dade County, but he buys it, he could not.sel 1 it for'the money he ,has until urday.9 p.m. on Friday and Sat

the home has been in operation- for many years. agreed to pay for it. \.
Mrs. Finley, the operator, is the wife of the Rev. Not so with a home. It 1 a;! always a valuable asset.. It More than 1,000 teachers ,are
Gerald Finley of the African Orthodox Church in Florida rarely depreciates if the ow;ner keeps it in good rePair. needed for substitute work In
City. It is always a monument'to his thrift, and stands forever Dade County. You know that is
as a shield for him and his'fa mily in his old_ age.' good nes all around. If we are
We realize also that considerable correct, there were some degreed -
th:re are a puma -
around here last
ber of men who don't want, ; home. They prefer'to''' live could not even land a
The Tampa-Sentinel Bulletin, C. Blythe Andrews and die without ever having the distinction of bUyirig! a yyeeaariowho

editor, last week carried an editorial captioned, "Save home. These men may be ho;peless, but the good woman,
Your Money. We see this as being sound advice and we the struggling wife who ia I willing to deny herself dele Teachers are now returning

are reprinting it so that our readers will have the opportunity serves a better fate. When BY grows old and weary, she .from couple their of weeks summer rest studies.then they A

of not only reading it, but making it a topic for should have a place to rest her tired body and ibe able will be in harness again.
discussion with their friends and perhaps in clubs and to call it her own.

other meetings. We are urging our peop!le to SAVE their money and

In Miami we are pleased to say that many Negroesare prepare for the day when t hey can buy homes at small
purchasing homes, but there are still far too many down payments and on easy monthly payments, some of Books Close Aug. 9Register

who are not interested in doing so. them cheaper than rent.
A home is the best investment a poor man can make. Save your money for a etter day Now!




THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples Newspaper" I BaseballWinnie

SATURDAY. AUGUST 9, 1958 PAGE 5'' Ann Reds, championsof
0 Nassau Bahamas will meet
'_ __ ___.__ _______._ I.., the Miami All-Stars, 1957 champions
r r of Dade County, Saturday -

..... "", ,,,.'C hc JlJ J.. ....- ,Park.Aug. 9, 8 pjm. at the Dor-
&S IF We: have voluntarily taken upon ourselves the the ocean about 250 feet from ELNORA :,'
task of introducing new featuresnew 1 land. By George, we were
additions to the staff and hooking blue runners and snappers o4ipeIN SUNDRIES "
also new columnists. to 3 Ibs. plenty grunts .and
We have been approached and turbots When all of a sudden IN Headquarters for your
asked, "Who Is that Phil OssOfer here comes a thunder storm. The Sif Stanley Suiedinf I MIAMI I TIMES If you live out
(Philorpher) that writes that ocean started boiling, the waves Brownsville way
'crazy' column .. buffetted our boat. WOMEN'S AND MEN'S HOSt
''Phil Ossofer, ". 'writing under (Being aware of what hap. i
the bead*of "Pun Phun", is none penin a small \boat during a Miami-But It's My Town I by, the time you are reading
II about it here. Ice
Foremost Cream
other than George' Savitt, press storm'we' started to pull up SAMMY CLEARE, long.
representative for the Baha'i anchor and head for home. The time Insurance' Phone NE 4-9441
Assembly,. at .137: NW 11th ave. anchor was solidly hung to the stalwart, is rt A BUSINESS TRIP saw,
George, a happy-o-hicky' fellow bottom) We got a great idea- plenty burned I rover The.mUI! Pig.S planing :out of 4338 N.W. 27th Ave.J. .
writes humorous.: piece ina start the motor and work the his forced tnt, rnatlonal Airport for Nas- I'
subtle manner( delicate, elu- boat around in such a way to retire m e n t," au in the Bahamas on a hurried FINCHER, Mgr
sive and clever) that tickles the clear the anchor. Hah! The wave* which he claims V> m 1 'on. :Nassauls' Scars Addl- indf
ribs and make you chuckle to splashing over the boat must Jr f"n; tract will be the subject of ,
yourself, that kind of humor that have fouled a sark plus.' The was maneuver a political to Jt his virit.n I .........a
might make one say, "he's nuts!I" motor won't start! Non Surgical Treatment
oust him Says I
If you' don't. believe It, turn to .As nonchalantly as our quiver-
Clearer My rec-V
Phil'i column on another 'pageof ing lips could let the words pass, : Hernia 0 Piles
ord speaks o r > DELORES SMITH, secretary
this issue. we these said: "Aw, man let's "catch itself, and I !Intend -*!- _.. at Luther Carey's Rental Office! Rupture (Hemorrhoids)
and -------
snappers Jacks. to tight this has been back from the isle of DR. LONG'S CLINIC
HAD quite a
WE HAVE did after
only trying that gol
of experience navigating Biscayne dern motor about fifty more to the bitter end. I rink; nearls about two weeks," general' health service
Bay in We remember in the and concerned A HON JAMES EVANS, civil. with her iwa: a cousin,1 Phone FR 3.2748
boats. about
getting back home
row we ian aide to the Secretary of Defense Yvcnne Smith, who will remainon
early 30's, the closest we came didn't notice that the anchor had
Pentagon, Washington American soil; for another Add Life to Years
to a disastrous encounterwith finally broken loose and we had D.C., arrived down from Dee Coe four: weeks. In a family reunionare 'and Years to Life
the briny deep was whenwe drifted with the tide about 500 '
to deliver the principal addresson Mr. end Mrs. James Belle of REDUCESpecial
and a companion set out feet from our original spot, then I
Tuesday :at the National M.ddcton: Conn., and their two
with oars and a dinghy on a fish- the panic was on. Brother Jackin Beauticians' Civil Rights Award daughters, Rose Marie and Se- I 'Medication
ing expedition from the now desperation gave that motora meeting. lerina
Veneticlan Causeway. A sudden powerful pull; she sputtered; -- I
thunder storm came up and coughed and we quickly turned O AFTER A Successful matter|
somehow /we lost 'both oats. the handle to "fast" and she took of ceremonial: stint at Liberty
There we were at the mercies of off! City's popular] Jim Jam nitcry, -
the waves and a mean current.' It was still raining as we turn- George Kirby, international entertainer FOR SALE
We drifted from the causeway to ed into the "Cut" running on has shifted his tomfoolery -
79th street bridge. As we approached one spark plug; the other was and mimicry to the
the bridge, buffeted by dead.We Star'Inhl Roof of the downtown Very Large CBS HomeWITH
high waves, we took a d :parate have gone out In the oceanas Carver Hotel.
chance to grab under hanging' far as the ship channel in a ft THE HOUSE OF ALBERT EXTRA LOT
rafters under the bridge as the 14-foot outboard, we have toyec .funeral:: just made it. Climbing onto the with high seas in the Bay and ded'-aV' : another' branch down !in Doctor, dentist, lawyer, preacher, or business man. ..If you have
bridge we Just had time to have been tossed 'about in fish Perr'ne. The ceremonies are been looking for a big, Impreeelve home, In an upper elate
see our boat overturn in the ing boats off Virginia Beach planned fcr early September. The neighborhood, with Iota of land nhlsjle/ It. This home took( FIVE
twirling current; our shoes, shirts'I' without a second thought But building! j is about completed.: : Furnishings YEARS TO BUILD. It la too unusual to describe here-for
and tackle lost. we must be getting old and
and equipment will take 'Instance, there le a real basement beneath the house; cut stone,
This same companion and I I more careful how we expose our another 30 days.PATROLMAN.
made many more trips in search' life to the temptations of Death. coral rock, Iron grill work, marble, multl-ec-lored chandelierand

of pan fries, In exactly the same Boy, were we scared on last BLUNT had terrazzo adorn this beautiful and very unusual .home. Complete *
manner. Nothing happened.Last Sundayl! to admonish, FAMU's star track furnishings, and the extra adjoining lot are Included, In

Sunday afternoon our If you are an addict for off and football man, Eugene the low price of $15,000. We can give you (very easy te-erms,
brother and I rented a boat from shore fishing or even in the Bay, (Whitey) White Tuesday afternoon -
and only one mortgage alt 0 percent Intereet. ,for eomethln3really
Alton Boat Yards over on Miami I Jack, when you see those clouds for driving a car withoutan
different, mutt see thla home at 1613 MW 55th St.
Beadh. start coming you
We happily manouvered your way haul inspection sticker, etc., etc.
the 16 foot outboard through I anchor and skiddo, but last! i Or call my Realtor, Mr. Lee with H. tA. Simon, 2301 NW 27th

6 SABROSOL'S "Velvet Touch" Ave., NE 4-5722 or HI 40353.

a na* hair preparation discovered I
1k Itt and distributed by Sam B. '
Solomon. n nM"'. In Ho ratrA\\ntt...\... '
ron -- ---
ke"a ;;st'fir';.
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Florida Ahead!
dan certainly "fell" hook, line
RE-ELECT SPESSARD L find sinker for a local professional -

who showered' her with DO YOU KNOW. .
Miami's southern hospitality The
catch: Both are stymied 'by marital -

HOLLANDYOUR ties. Drinks never taste thin


: VIS' (he's owner of Dave with GORDON'S Gin?
Printery; sh*', the schoolmarm)
are taking. a plane flight out today
U. S. SENATOR for New York City on a
four-day vislit. The popular
couple should return home about Another good reason
Monday afternoon.A .

t HAROLD BROWN, St. Agnes d""G why GORDON'S

Church choir soloist, vestryman
and secretary, left town Wednes- Is America'sbestselJing
day via PAA ,for Nassau on a
,- two-week vajillon During' the ktt1 gin I Ift JI
churchman's visit he'll visit his
brother, Arnett, U'ho' ill in
'ilnceu Margaret Hospital.

home .from Chicago. The Miami. +
an, a Fisk University bachelor of I
science ,.sad, who also earnedhis NOW
Master of "fence degree, I
At a time like this now working on his pre-mcd .o a GREATER
course leading to a medical de- ,

Florida needs a Senatorof THAN

solid proved ability! birthday on. August 5 proved a to T EVER
happy one Mi most prized G0ND
gift wa, iSva getting' card that VALUE!ItwCDT
Spessard Holland has proved throughout hi!* arrived from t hto daughter, Fred- MleMitaGw./ u.xg1soya. a

career in public life that he has his feet on theAmer Brooklyn.die Mae! Scott, now flying in ,

ground and hto vUIon on Florida! and _

ica's future. He to man of great ability, who 0 CARVER HOTEL'S Starlight .

has performed steadily and well for Florida! . hoof will soon install and all-1 i /OWT

who Is complete/: dependable in his work forhtoStaUandCoeatry. over glue toy which will shelter '1 ILASU' AND
His achievements rank its patrons train the elements: 4JQUABITHERE'S
yet provide a picturesque letting
him as one of Florida great U. 8. Senator a* a iky-rocf.
to the I NO GIN LIKE
Vote for Speasard' Holland' re-election .

United States Senate. In a distressed world heto JIMMIE LUCAS, senior and '

a sound Influence for good government and janior, are Malted home from GORDONI
Harlem.: Returning via Hwy. lit.

peace. No. 1, the Lucas' are ending a w
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FLORIDA AHEAD WITH HOLLAND! two-week vacation spent with l' : = _
KEEP 11" relatives. Father and ion should 1K.SEEMS ... >.. ... -. 0 ... __ . .. -- .
-M' .odd Mylrbs 6IrOM6s... fI.1! be in their Opa Locka residence I l


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i A glamorous, excitement-packed weekend in sunny, fashionable Nassau
:%G' ti . full week of fun at the magnificent Hotel Theresa in New York
o F . modeling course at the Ophelia DeVore Charm School in New York
. contract with the Grace Del Marco Modeling Asencv in New York!

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"" dii Crown? Which of the four lovely ladies pictured would you .r'
" "" like to have win these wonderful prizes? YOUR VOTE MAY
k DECIDE! It's easy, too! Just pick up a ballot at your favorite
wine dealer. Mark your choice and drop it in the ballot box. It's
t ",J, k w'T easy to recognize, the ballot box has pictured the four beautiful \
.__ contestants and a big bottle of delicious SILVER SATIN.

'' "? And that's your tip to try Silver Satin,too!That first sip will let you
know why it's America's exciting drink . charcoal filtered for .
satin smoothness.Silver Satin is so soft and mellow you'll forget /:,
4. w T". every other drink you've ever tasted. Try this wonderful -I< ,>'.. -$;
's NEW taste thrill from Italian Swiss'Colony,Asti,.California. *n


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Travel arrangement* try these silver satin "smoothies."

Contestants wardrobe < :!. '
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{ Strai&UlKls"! [ ''If'''' titter "'
1141 N.W. 3rd Avenue jw !S


Annual State THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"
To Hold

57th Meet in Third Annual States Tea I
Chi sponsored /by the Women's Aux-
Piary of the Episcopal Church' of
the Incarnation will be held
CHICAGO August 17, the wives will attend special morn unday:: afternoon, Aug. 10 at
first day of the 57th Shriners ing services at Quinn Chapel 6890 NW 14th ave. from 4-9 CLEAN.
Imperial Council convention, being -I AME Church. The menage will p.m. Some 60 women have accepted -: .
held here in the historic ''I be delivered by Father John C, the responsibility of a+ve0?kyVV +
Coliseum is packed full of I Davis, Cleveland, Ohio, who is serving as chairman and co-
events from a golf tournamentto ,I Imperial Chaplain. chairman for the various state ;
impressive Memorial Services (During the afternoon, the Im- tables where refreshments and
Four main items are planned for perial Court, Daughters of Isis, souvenirs will be available. A
the opening of the five day con- will hold its public relations pro- program /both informative and '
vention of the Ancient Egyptian gram at the 'Illinois Automobile entertaining habeen:: arranged V : ? ;;;
Arabic Order Nobles of the Mystic Club. Mrs. Gerri Major, society I with Dr.: Godfrey W. Hawkinsas
Shrine, whose members are editor of the Johnson magazines, speaker.
high degree Prince Hall Masons will speak. Also a part of the
The Shrine Sixth Annual Golf program will be the Oriental Tea Mrs. D. A. Julius president of
Tournament Jwill (kick off the of Arabic Court No. 21 with Im- the Women's Auxiliary is serv-
round of festivities at Pipe 0' perial Commandress Mrs. Er- ing as States Tea Chairman for
Peace Golf Course, 131st and cella (IH.' 'Moore, Buffalo, as spec- the third year. The public is cordially -
Halstead Sts. ial guest and presiding officer. invited to attend and to
Other events scheduled (by tthe The fourth important event support} this affair which is one
Athletic ''Department will includethe which will round out opening day I of two fund-raising projects yF
annual //Bowling tournament of the national convention will each
sponsored year by the Women's -
and a Kard Kamival. The bowl- take, place at 7:30: p.m., when Memorial Auxiliary for the benefit'
ing event it planned for Tuesday Services will ibe held at of the Church of the Incarnation. F$
night, Aug* .18, at the Park Manor the Metropolitan Community I
/Bowling Center. The Kard Church. The service;; open to
Karnival will be held at Arabic the public are very impressiveand I
Temple Mosque. colorful. During the servicesa For the best in good, home- ) ''' '
'Meantime, on Sunday Aug. 17 musical program will be pre
hundreds fA !Nobles and their sented. cooked meals, be sure to I 51 ct 5 4 'kh

:'itIl UIIH _._n.._._

I Between The Lines.] .

*1 Under ; '
"I ............... on ..__ Home-made cakes & pies ,,.Icch&.

THE NEGRO'S Fried fish Variety of meats
MORALS ,' French fried potatoes ; aT\
That the taste you get
An influential sector of the Courteoue Prompt 'Service when make
you your
Negrophoto; press of the Old
South is making a sustained attack 5994 N.W. 22nd Ave Tom Collins with clean-tasting
morals of Negroes.
on the
It is contended that the low Mr. Arlene Broxton Prop D95T1LIffiD m
standards of morals among Negroes A9 FLEISCHMANN'SGIN YGIN,

makes segregation a 'neces- L ,

ity.This" writer has often wondered Z5S "-f4-
why the segregationists do ,.
not come out openly with the Beautiful Home on
truth and say they prefer segregation Your Lot DISTILLED FROM AMERICAN GRAIN kPic
because they have race '
prejudice. There is no explanation JfIkV
of the tradition of seg- fbn,.. CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY
regation. The Negrophobes today :$9 fen fiorfai Hancock -
are contending that the Negro's
low standard of morals and edu- a
cational backwardness are the its manifestations in illegitimacyr ; t
resistance to the Supreme Court's legitimacy.
major reasons for the massive For in tance in houses of prostitution
decision in favor of integrating there is but little illegitimacy Compute building service
South. but la preponderance of
schools of the
the There is of course a reason for sexual immorality. That is to say PLANNING WELCOME IOTA PHI LAMBDA SORORITY
the Negro's backwardness in there may be only a rough correlation BUILDING .
things educational. The prime between sexual moralityand FINANCING

explanation is the failure fallacy of that the illegitimacy. Your New Home Free Admission Free Admission
"separate but the When, there fore, there is a
' was used so long to deprive high incidence of' illejltlmacy REPAIRINGREMODELING
Negro of equal educational op- among Negroes as comparedwith BOOKER TERRACE
portunities. the white', It may only RENOVATING
Ulad matters been given mean that the Negroes are unsophisticated -
and the whites had been and do not understand Over Twenty Years of
the limited educational opportunities the principles and prac- Construction Experiences
given /Negroes and had tices of contraception. When
Negroes been given the superior evaluating the statistic of illeg- Guaranteed 8afto factlon Cocktail Lounge

opportunities given white, itimacy as they concern Negroesor
there would be a conspicuous Whites account must be PQaar7QcJgaDaR490
'backwardness among the whites taken of this matter of contra-

even This as goes there also Is among for the Negroes.moral I ceptive serious knowledge matter and of abortions the more ( ( 4200 H.W. 21 Av. Phone HI 5-5873

standards ,so much emphatized which poor Negroes cannot af- NE 6-6171
today in the efforts to disqualify PRESENTSHappy
1121 N.W. 29th Street
Negroes for full participationas ford.There
citizens of this country, un- is a current Klnsey report MI.mlRegister
limited by race prejudice and Its on the wide-spread prac- Roseand
evil concomitants. ''When the Ne- tices of abortion throughout the

grophobe press fort morally nation. I

disqualify Negroes Integration It was not broken down racially -
of -
in education is hurtled the question into the but the casual observer knows His Band
that those who resort to these
foreground 'of discussion. dangerous practices must be more
(By all the statistics to substantiate able to finance them than poor
the contention that the Ne-the Negroes are. 1 OT* ,) n I4.O> FEATURING
substandard .
Incidence gro is morally of illegitimacy is higher What the studies on illegitimacy (lei.a ''Ii Etta Mae Jones

among Negroes. By these same among Negroes really revealis '
statistics the incidence of crimeis that Negroes are an underprivileged ,., "Sensational Song Stylist"sJl.J
always higher among Negroes. Croup whose sexual
fine' difference they say is due irregularities result in illegitimacy 'S.
to race. Tf it were simply a mat- ; because they cannot afford GRAIEtI ; =::) ,.) For the best in everything,
ter of race, /why is there any the expenre of abortion in '-1" I come to the Booker Terrace
crime and immorality at all many case, and because they are For this is the place
among whites and why is there unsophisticated in the matters of
any virtue at all among Negroes contraception.The .
? It comes about that there r } FREE ADMISSION
are so mat Negroes wno exceed wonder thus becomes, not K NAM
whit< in uprightness and that there Is a higher incidenceof AAA
so many whites exceed so many Illegitimacy among Negroes,
whites exceed so many Negroes but why is it not higher with its anmumna .
in crime and immorality. It must womanhood but slightly pro- iartwartww.
be that crime and Immorality tected, and, with Negroes forced wr r.gMr.rnrafw
not raciaL live the crumbs that fall
are drcumetantial' and to on THIRD AVENUE REALTYHomes
from the white man's table.

If crime and immorality were The Negro has been degradedby and Lots for sale In all areas of Dade County
matters of race we would expect race prejudice and it is cruelto
that whites be uniformly virtuous bate him in his degradation! Reasonably priced LISTINGS WANTED
and Negroes would uniformly Where the Negro falls short he '
vicious. This is not the case! needs sympathy and not censure. 742 NW 3rd Are. Phone FR 4-3297
As matter of fact, illegiti-
macy is not the only measure of Today! S. Hntcheson, Jr., Registered Real EstateShriners BrokerIf

sexual immorality and sexual Advertise It Pips 1 Books Closed /
morality is more important than .. -...

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE

Personal Mention

;) 8. SATURDAY, AUGUST, 1958 ............... __ -AP">..A..v- r r

t! in-Around; The Bahamas} I Mrs.days Willie illness at home Mae in Denson the after Christian a is several recuperating - ptMVC D0! hlRAT E

.. Hospital. N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th
. ." ... _.......:..:; By A* K. McKENZIE NE 5-3513 St.
: Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Whiteheadof
? 4 '
f I I Opa Locka are still talking

&. .. :' annual convention of the Audrey Earl Pegram, 31, o about the swell time they about had the i In FRIDAY SATURDAY
Bahamas was Nassau and Miami, was found Nassau, and especially
JEt odge* in the Bahamian dies that were at

.he n.Nassau' ceremonies from August were 3-5.:at guilty, of with manslaughter a recommendationfor by negligence their disposal. .7lotu tg S/o'll 01 tM J m t/zat Won tIze weJ i

The opening ,
In the Supreme Court
the Pastern Senior oo1Men On July mercy 29. In a traffic accident Mrs. Merle Coakley, Lewis St.,
Sunday at 11 ajn. and strucka Nassau, Bahamas, is a visitor to
on May 30. Pegram's car
James Baptist -
morial :ervice at St Mrs. Coakley came to
Arthur Hall our city.
car driven by on
Church at 4 pjn.Kemp A mam-Road Soldier Road. Hall was seriously attend the funeral of her grand 118 SS1EWi R1 - -

moth ,, parade from and BaUlou Hill Injured, and his mother, Mrs. uncle, the late Rev. Sumner
down Bay St. Betty Lotmore, who was with Hutcheson Sr. She was accom-

Rd. to the- Southern Monday Recreation afternoon, him at the time, died five days panied by her daughter Mrs. She11e W f fe
Grounds on The later as a result of injuries sustained Hyacinth Saunders While here,
wa quite an the prominent: Bahamians are th
Oratorical contest was held at _.._ ___In.__the__ accident.._ 1-'.Pegram_____.. ilUU3C_..__KUt_._:..u_ U_* .*.,.*_. .......A... .M...,...,..
that evening.Grand was SCUMCUCCU IoU uU 'U':>UUU&CUfor :
\ the Eastern Senior nine months. Birb Wallace, 222 NW 4th Ter.

J Exalted Ruler Dr. R. H.
Reynolds. Mrs. Waiters Hicks Jr., and
J''rnson. Hon. iHobson Mrs. Mellsa Storr, 80, died at
Director of Civil Liberties mall daughter, Kim, of New
Grand GrandDaughter the Princess Margaret Hospitalon York City left last Saturday by
and Mrs. B. V. Kelly,
July 27. Funeral services
Eastern Airlines lifter a three
Secretary were States.among were held at the St. John Bap- weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. ...
the United
vi.itors from tist Cathedral on July 29. She L Waiters !Hicks Sr. of 3142 NW -- -
survived by a sister, Mrs. Eliza 42nd St. The Mrs. Hides ,P STEPHEN h1tNAlIY':
Sidney Poi tier, Bahamian ac- Butler. came to stay !with young her motherinlaw SUM v'ai,' by ROBERT L RICHARDS ml BORDEN CHASE .Directed by /AHTHOHT MAIM tnta br MRQN WSOIBOfl!

tor, recently won the highest who( is convalescing from a
award for the best actor at the quality -
The of mercy was major operation
Festiva 1 In eUli ryONNE
International Film
strained in the Supreme Courton
Germany. He starred in "The Defiant July 23. when the Chief Justice LANCASTER' De'CARLO' '
Ones" with Tony Curtis. I Susan Manuel of St. Albans, llt
tent George Morris to prison -
of Mr. Mrs. New York, is spending a monthas
Politer is a son and
for ten after the cuLprit
Reginald Politer of Deveaux St. years the house guest of her cousin, DlG'ma
had asked for Mor-
mercy. Dorothy Ellen Jenkins of 29 Ct.
has number of relatives -
South a
in Florida. ris was charged with burglaryand Several social affairs have been '" ..SlmDM causing harm by corrosive given for the pleasure of this attractive "1\ xa tolQ ;' \
I means to Wiley George and
.. Kenneth Adderley 21, who and personable high m '
Charley George, two Haitians on school junior. Last week. Mesdames Ota 441 &:.1. ,aRiWt
was arrested and held on a charge :
April: 18. One of the
men was Johnnie Lee (John and
of-murder in the death of Eulin )
blinded in one eye, and the other Veulah
(Frederick) Johnson entertained
20 exonerated
Rolle"on July was had
July 26. After a seriously injured eye. with a swimming party SUN. MON. TUES. WED.,
_____and_..__.freed,__ L.on. .L_ "" "' .. ...__ I and luncheon at the Sir J o h n ,
lDvesugauun UJ U>K ++**-r H "-
discovered that Rolle was picked I Bernard Butler, 25, took first I t Hotel. Guests seated about the I
place in the Marathon Swim I tastefully decorated '
up on false information. !table were the
George Roberts, 39, Is being held. from Prince George Dock to the the honoree, her hostess, and Ma a son
Fort Montagu on July 19. He rina Adckrly, Keva Carey, Betty ,
Silas N. Kinney third son completed the race In 1 hour 5 Lou and Joyce Johnson, Addie i screen!
of Mr. and Mrs. Stafford McKinney minutes. Anthony Kemp 21, I Mae and Hesterine Pittman and''' The explosive
: of Landrail Point took second place and Michael Faye Williams. ,
Crooked Island( was appointed : Kemp, 18, third. t M; lusty story that

secretary-treasurer of the Bahamas Mr. Edward Emanuel, New I '2o111 leaders 9fi
Mission of Seventh Day Mrs. Ophelia Cunningham died, York City public. school teacher, H could
Adventistr during the 48th Gen at her home at Cabbage Hill, ;': 1st: spending a short'vacation in l be fiat
eral Conference in Cleveland, Crooked Island, July 20. She is'I Miami at the Booker Terrace
Ohio, in June. lIe is the first survived by her husband, three Motel. r

Bahamian to receive that appoint- sons, six daughters and 20 grand- :i I i fEiODJ.rmE
' ment in the 49-year history of children. Some of her relatives I -Ralph Stirrup of New York
the Mission. in Nassau chartered a plane and City arrived In the city Tuesday 1

/ flew to Crooked Island to attend on a two 'weeks vacation. A cou __.
Both Mr. :and Mrs. McKinneyare the funeral which was held at sin of James Roberts, he is the
graduates of the West Indian St. Paul's Baptist Church. houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. CRElfRf
Training College, Mande- Roberts 207 NW 16th Terr. !!

ville, Jamaica. In 1956 they accepted Mrs. Blanche Cash, 66, died Ina j
a call to the Bahamas and Skyways plane on the route Miss Emma Lou R HOO! Rij BlJiimRelusedtlnlll!
served the Kemp Bay Missionat from Bimini to Nassau Jones, 6820
on July J- VV 10th
South Andros. Mr. McKinneywas 19. She wa being brought to Simpson, 1052-A ct., and Mr!. Lois : W*
appointed pastor of the SDA Nassau for medical treatment. Carver NW 68th St.,
Church on Eat:: Shirley St. on Surviving are her husband, Rob- week's Vlllase, are spending a
June 11 and took charge of the ert, a son. three daughters and Mlamlans vacation In Nassau. The SFSOLD
work on July 27. other relatives. tague Hotel.are guest at the Mon .* BARBARIC,

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SUN., MON., TUES. A Warrior..

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WELCOME BEAUTICIANS visit in fabulous Nas:au. While I "The Bravados"In they Challenged! ,'

It has been inspiring to have the there she was guest of her mother Cn| maScope & Color

National A.sociation of Beautic- Mrs Dorothy Francis, rela- plusTommy
ians visiting our fair city. Their tives and friend';. She was accompanied Sand In
presence has already lifted our by her children. r,,11,2 I .
personalities, ;and given us the i Much time was spent in picnic- "Sing, Boy, Sing" ,
soul beauty lifting .0 much need- ing, sea bathing and Parties. We

ed. These Christian women and are glad to see her smiling face .. .
men wor-h'"ped with us at again in the 7-11 Store where "- .--- -
Greater Bethel AM3 Church In she I store manager.INSPIRATION AIRCONDITIONEDCAPITOL -
Sunday mornng.: howln* by '
'CH r ,
precept and example that God THOUGHT I ...... ,0l.aI'-t'o-ri.ori .

is first in their lives. The Rev. Speaking of vacations, no mat- ........sbnuDnaaua.iita...................*sSTARTS fII\IU;\ D.
S.. A. Cousin, :rastor, delivered ter how they are spent a vaca THEATRE
one of his masterpieces on the I ticn li an excellent time to develop SAT. MIDNIGHT
subject, "Face-." From the depths : a fuller awareness of a SUN., MON.
of our hearts we welcome you I deeper sense of co: e companionship TUES. WED. THURSDAY
and congratulate: you upon hav- with God in whom we forever AUG. 10. 11. 12. 13

ing achieved: honor and success move, live, and have our "TARZAN'S FIGHT
in your N;ork. Wo are also grate- being. Your vacation will be an ,FOR LIFE"
ful for iMrs. Marion (Muldrow, enriching spiritual! experience if plus _1iiEr.
local president! of (beauticians we take time to pray daily, readout '
Unit 1 Fc. 7, Mr. Julius, chairmanof Bibles religiously, love Godaoove I "Showdown at Boot ? M

arran-ernent: and ,all of the ,al! and love our fellow- Hill"
beauticians! "*ho have worked so man as oursclve'.. No better way -- -,-. ""- -
faithfully! over the year to make can we have a full vacation. I ... a
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this convention the best. We had This will help us to IJTOW In -- .....; -

the p'easure of training the first reverence to God and our felLowman : .
Aid Unit'! for Beautiqiant Unit RITZTHEATRE I r

No! 7 which! functioned beautifully ..HAl1tWS{ za

In the parade on Monday SOMES: TO BE BUILT Many Maw
afternoon. They most honorably new homes will be built in Richmond oo'.iii S
I a? represented the unit and the Heights this and next 'year- Now Showing B'_. i=:l ,

American Red' Cross. Now according
our committments already
bAst wish 1 i" that our visitors assigned.; If Interested call 'Kings Go Forth" PLUS -
will can back to spend more CE 5-4246 for information We

pleasant day in O Magic City. the generous terms being offer- Sinatra

ed. Think 1TOQD, STOR MANAGER future for your self and family. LOLLOBRIGIDER COLOR
VISITS*;;:; Mn A small Natalie
4 Marlguita: Gib-. investment today means Wood
jjcnihas-jireturned from a.'week' 18 large return tomorrow. ,

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Life Insurance .1UE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper
County Brokers 0
Training at NHSA SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1958 PAGE 9,

course in Life Insurance is
Association Meet being offered at Northwestern
to. Senior High School. The classes
-vJAYCEE.CITY will be held each Tuesday and
The Dade County Real estateAssociation Thursday from 7 to 10 p.m. On
offers -deepect sympathy completion of the course trainees
to the Hutcheson family in SPONSORED may be employed immediately, f, I
the passing of Rev. S.' Hutcheson, with guaranteed salary, plus
Sr. We have known the Rev. TEENAGE commission Applicants for the:
Hutcheson for many years to bea school must be between the ages
most outstanding' citzen and a DANCES INPROGRESS of 21-45. Persons interested in I
spiritual leader for his family the course should register at
community. He has left Northwestern Senior High School
and a not later than When the National (Beauty' Cul- 'terson, Little Rock, pioneer organizer -
that fill. Letus Tuesday, Aug. 12.
place no one can
wrists league convened In Miami of the national body
The ;
The annual registration fee
his life summer Teenage $7.00.
use as an example to
Dances co-fjponsored by the this week it honored 39 indivi Doris Ford, Richmond, Va.,
follow. duals from many walks of life holder of record for bringing
Northwest Miami Junior Cham-
across the nation. Seven of the largest (delegation, to successi"conventlon.s ;
The Brokers met A
on Satur- ber of Commerce' and the City of Surprise! I
honorees, all league membersare ; Marie Smith Philadelphia -
day morning as scheduled to attend Miami Recreation
.hown above, left to right: first national ywth.CC.IiI1cll ,
to ''business of
importance to now in full swing. The It develops ruch a feeling of Mesdames Mabel Diekins, Wash- leader, {ftisude psdsen,
the group. Among the things dis- dance for Saturday, Aug. 9 will pleasant security, when you are ington, D. C. former trustees New Yw v chairman; Be uticltns' -
cussed were: The National Brokers be held at Grand Ave Park remembered in a kind and loving -
board member; G. M. S Young, HlU Jtan, and.: Minnie-
Association which meets io in Coconut Grove. All teenagersare l way by friends. These Items solo
living organizer and original Hurley' Nevi York, league treasurer
Atlanta on Aug. 13 through the urged to attend this wonderful mentioned are conditions that
league members Mary E. Pat- for 18 ,.an.-iANP. .,,
21st. George Harris, national summer recreation offering. were realized by me.
president, F. Henry Williams, Two previous dances have been On last Wednesday, July 30,
Jacksonville, secretary Delegate, held to date; one at Dixie Park' Miss Shields and I went to Mrs. ' 1' '1" L1" "
Mrs. Ora D. Taylor, will attendto in the central downtown area; Emily Thomas who lives in Lib-
represent the group. and one at (Liberty Square in erty City. The trip was strictly 1949 PONTIAC STATION WAGON
Liberty City. The attendance so a business one. While there this
Other members are invited to tar has been tremendous, but feature was planned. HowI Hydromatic ,Drive AU-steel body
attend if ,
there's still room for more. cannot explain. I can only relate

next meeting. will be on These dances will be held each the Between happenings.the two families, Mr. God Tires Good Running Condition '
Aug. at the office of BrokerS.
Saturday night. Watch this pap- and Mrs.
Henry Lawrence and
Hutcheson Jr. 3rd and
NW 8lh: it. at 11 o'clock.ave., er for location near you. Deacon and Mrs. I. T Thomas, a Light Delivery or Truck for Lawn Work Tools

Dancdng contests. will be held sumptuous luncheon was pre-
The topic for discussion is: for which pared for us. (Miss E. Shields and
each night
Benson. fThis affair artisti- $265.00PL
This was
Techniques in salesmanship. prizes will be given. Persons un-
will be led by Broker W. R. der 13 of age will not be cally arranged and served i in
Evans. J, Hardy -was appointedas admitted. So please mothers buffet style. We enjoyed this hos- | 8-2021
chairman of national member- pitality. Many thanks to the
don't send ;them. (Persons over Lawrences
ship committee.Our 19 years of age will, likewise, not and Thomases.

guest for last Saturday's be admitted.The .m\mi m hrtMtaan m tWwJuNirr
meeting was Mrs. Charlie Lewis, Jaycees, recreation attendants -
one of our real estate sales ladies along with the inter- I
who has recently received her ested mother and fathers I who ,
card. We were inspired by herprsen.ce prefer to chaperon their children .
Dr. D. Carl BrucknerAND
and remarks. Mrs. Ora will supervise the dancing.
is S.
D. Taylor president,
Hutcheion, secretary. Persons (wearing blue Jeans,
tee shirts, skivvies coveralls and
the like will not ,be admitted.

New ABC, 'College All teenagers admitted to the :
dances will 'be required to show ) 0 Dr. Sanford Siegal : .
their school Identification cards ;
Kindergarten OpensThe
for admittance. These dances are ; . .
free. No admission will be r'i

Kindergarten staff of takes the ABC great College pleasure charged., ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF THEIR

in 'announcing the opening. A band will play at every
of their new modern kindergarten. dance. These dances are sponsor

The teachers have received ed for your recreation, teenagers. ." MEDICAL CLINIC
special training for this type of Present yourselves in the man- ,

work ner that you would like to meet ,
See that your children get the
very ,best pre-school training.We All Jaycees are expected to be AT 3661 GRAND AVE., Coconut Grove
pick up and deliver the on hand for the adequate supervision -
children with the convenience of of these dances. For whole-
working a: well as non-working some recreation on Saturday
parents in mind. As an extra nights, attend the Jaycee-City PHONE HI 5-3101
feature we offer music' lessons sponsored teenage dances.
and dancing lessons.

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\ Rev W. K. Smith, pastor C. J. Burney, pastor
} ::1'1':' Mrs. R. Conley clerk Claudia Wilson, reporter n

I Business( meeting at Greater Giving thanks to God for sparing -

New Bethel turned into a gala us to see the first Sunday in

affair Friday night, for at the August, !beginning with the Sun-

close of the meeting, the Pastor's day Sdhool at 9:30: a.m., with .
Aid Club staged/ a surprise par- Supt. Deacon J. (Ross, presidingThe
ty in the kitchen in favor of morning devotion was

queen's Mrs. Myrtle Ross, and spiritually h gh. The message was ST. MATTHEW FREEWILl MARTIN MEMORIAL AME NEW MT. CALVARY
our (pastor's, birthdays. The delvered by the pastor. Text St.

c A'..LOU.... a d op t ed WHo"... pas t o r a s king Matthew 17:1: "Going up with 408 N.W. 21st St. Richmond Heights Rev. W. P. Tarpley pastor

to reign with their queen for a Jesus." Rev. J. B. Woodley, pastor Rev. Albert Jones, pastor Edna E. Thompson, reporter
year. We all enjoyed plenty of The No. 4 usher board's Tea Nathaniel Thomas, reporterThe Wilma M. Harris, reporter .
delicious food and both of the from 4 to 6 at Dixie Park audI- unity Sunday School was "Pilate saith 'unto them what Sunday School was opened at

club's celebrities received gifts. torium was successful.The called to order by singing "Pass shall/ I do then with Jesus which the usual hour by the Supt." with
I singing "Near The Cross and
evening prayer was led is called Christ, they all say un- ,
Me Not" at 9:45: ajn. by Brother
As always on first Sunday, all by Deacon C. M. .Williams and to him, let him be crucified:' the Lord's Prayer was repeated.
Shotwell. A lesson I
senior usher boards, choirs and Deacon A. Wise. The ;pastor de. very from the morning Scripture !by the superintendentthen
Excerpt I
deaconesses presided over the livered the evening message. was taught on the subject, the teachers took charge of
scripture lesson. St. Matthews
J services. Our pastor deliveredthe Text Isaiah 9:6: "The wonderful "Guarding Our Freedoms. I. 27:22. their classes. Each class had a
the subject "VIc- A wonderful message was giv- large attendance. The teachers
message on Christ. Both messages were delivered -
I torious Christians" as Qi: declared with force. The choirs, en by Rev. Woodley at 11 a.m. .1 Sunday was truly an inspiringday taught from this subject:
at church.' Sunday
that it is God who gives us combined' sang out of their Sunday. The >devotion was ]Led'by School began our promptly at 9:30.: "Guarding Our Freedoms." Re-
victory over our enemies, or any souls. The usher boards joined in Deacon Jenkins. marks on the lesson by Deacon
And for
victorious achievements. during the day. The evening devotion was led everyone came eager Martin. The Sunday School was
this education.At .
Deacon Sneed. Music religious
by was closed by Sis. Diane Norman. We
We are praying for the suc-
Jn the evening message Rev. cess of the revival meeting rendered !by No. 2 choir. TheLord's our 11 o'clock worship our had early morning (baptism and
''took his text from the
furthered his talk on Vic- pastor
Smith Supper was administered candidates for
we got two more
which Rev. C. J. !Burney is con-
lesson and delivered
scripture a
Christians and urgently the
torious 'by pastor.
baptism. Morning prayer
ducting at Mt Oliveitte! Baptist
advised his listeners to take pat- St. Matthew's is the church truly informative message. devotional service was led by
Church, South Mlalmi, Rev. E.
The Rev. M. C. Woods read
after the most victorious, with
tern a the sweetest
message and Deacons Larid and laughter
pastor. The public is
Christ, ,who labored diligently to music this side of 'heaven. the scripture lesson for the even
invited to hear this man of God I Usher (board No. 1 and the sen-
unto ing worship. Hebrew 9:11.: Rev.
save mankind 'and preaching out of his soul. Monday night, Aug. 11 our revival ior choir rendered their service
the heavens, scarred in his hands, begins. Let out Jones delivered the sermon. .
'We were happy to have bad us come throughout the day. Our pastor
The Lord's adminIstered
in Supper was
side but
feet, and several visitors worship with us and win souls. delivered both sermons. The
throughout the day.
_ his heart. during the day. You are always In our prayers let us remem- morning subject, This fts The
At 3 o'clock the Missionary
I marchedout welcome. at' Friendship the ber the sick and those in needof Christian Race." The evening
After service we all > (Board held' its regular monthly
into the yard singing and Holy Ghost headquarters. spiritual! guidance. Visitors meeting. (Rcfeular class meetingwas subject, "Preparation For The

fellowshipping with one another Don't forget the Tea Sunday are always: acknowledged. held on Tuesday evening at I Last Supper."

after 1 the re-incarnatiofo of the afternoon, Aug., 10, from 4 to 6, TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. 8 o'clock. i On the siCk list: The Rev.

Lord's, Supper. at Dixie Park auditorium, spon- Monday night the 'Women's Freddy Johnson and Brother

Church socials to be observed sored by the No.1 usher board. L. A. Thompson, pastorTe Auxiliary to the trustee board Charles Johnson who is in Jack-

in the future are the No. 1 Jr.choir's held its first meeting of the son Memorial Please go and visit
Men's Chorus, which was month, !beginning at So'clook.
anniversary on August the sick. It is our duty to visit
Charlie Smith THE INCARNATIONFr. organized on Aug. 2, will meet Well, the convention is over, the sick
at 3 Rev.
10 pm.,
Saturday, 8:30 for rehearsal.
p.m. and our delegates had a truly
and congregation in a programfor E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar interesting experience. Some attending -
usher board
No. 1 and
choir 12 and Rev. Veronica O'w"rry, reporter The Missionary Society will a convntion tor the first
1 August
No. on congregation in a and Rehearsals sponsor a popularity contest between I time were bubbling over with CORINTH BAPTIST
Preston and Summer Schedule little Jacqueline Cole and
chorus and of Services enthusiasm. Under the supervision
program for the male Meets every 2nd and 4th Sunday
SUNDAYS Christine

usher board No.2 on Aug., 15. Matins .....:....................... 7:45: a.m 3:30: p.m. Hepburn The public on is Sunday Albert of Jones our ,own members amiable took Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist

TRIUMPH CHURCH Solemn Sung Mass and The senior choir will present active part in all the youth sessions School ......___. .. 9:30
Sermon .................... 8:00: a.m some of the outstanding young Sunday ? ?
Morning worship
Prince H. Mobley, pastorSis. Church School and Adult talents of the city in a recitalon Tuesday afternoofa, then\ also
Evening Service .._._._ T30
C. McKinney, reporter Bible Class .... .. 9:30: a.m August 25. Watch for further brought to the Junior Church
E. Y. Churchmen ...... Rev. W. T. Thomas pastorfospel
.. 5:30: pm announcements some of the things that inspired -
of Wisdom was Solemn Evensong and Plan to preacher and .uoc ssfal
The School spend Sunday at : them most Two very inter-
4 (!- called to order 'by the superintendent Sermon ................... 7:00: p.m Temple. esting topics were the portrayalof
at the 'usual hour. The TUESDAYS: the life of the presiding elderof

subject. of the lesson: "GuardingOur St. Vincent's Acolyte EBENEZER METHODISTRev 1 the Miami District, the Rev.

Freedom." There were many Guild Meeting ......,. 6:00: p.m. W. 'B. Coffey and problems of
wonderful thoughts that went WEDNESDAYS: A. D. Hall, pastor the Sunday School. fTh y also WHy BE SICK?

forth on the' lesson. protecting LOW Mass .................... 6:30: a.m Ernestine Hanbrick, reporter told ways to stimulate an inter- Examination of your Per.

freedom cannot !be a selfish, Individualistic Evensong ........ ......... 8:00: pm est, that would encourage other tonal Ailment plus examination .
affair. By (guardingthe THURSDAYS: for church is not Just a tool boys and girls to come out and of heart, lungs,
freedom of others, we preserve St. Michael's Choir building the Kingdom. It is take an active part in their Sun- stomach liver, gall bladder

roir own. Rehearsal ....,........... 1:00: p.m part of the kingdom. Member- day School. rectal prostrate,
ship in it is of
FRIDAYS: the promisesof On the sick list: Mrs. .Myrtle nerve reflexes, blood pres.
After the morning service St. Vincent's Acolyte covenant. Bethel, Mrs. Dorothy Hepburn. sure and urinalysis, In.
there: was a short noon day service Guild Rehearsal... 5:00: p.m the What we have to fear 11 not. Visitors are always welcome at eluding x-ray at Indicated
and the Lord was really Boy Scouts delight in adding members church. FREE

:present. band) | (Parish Hall) ........ : p.m. to the church but the temptation our Clip and CONSULTATION this adi
The subject' Of the YPE Note: Low Masses on ball Holy to take short cuts In doing so : BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMrs. Treatments bring for blood
was "Strive for Supreme and Saints days at 6:30: ajn. The tendency to see the symbolsand kin ,

Thoughts." Scripture, Fhllippinas Sung Mass on all weekly fes- miss what it should symbo Alice Evans, teacher at piles, or rectal urinary disease,
4:8-9: Proverbs 23:7a.: tivals at 6:00: San size to let what Is easy, be a Phyllis Wheatley Elementary trouble stomach
The evening devotional ser- substitute for what is difficult, School will tpeak on "!progress'i trouble gland.
vice was conducted by !Bro. Cars- FIRST UNIT IUAN Is a perpetual danger in evan- [Revelation at the Baha'I backache, rheumatism

well and many testimonies were ,gelism. But we do make our- Center, 137 NW 11th ave., 7:45: vitality, ulcer nervousness hormone, I low.
told. The, message for the evenIng "What !Mirror?" will !be the selves more able to bring people pjm. Sunday, Aug. 10. All races lost deficiency

was ,delivered by Rev. O. subject dlscusse( by James, C. Into membership properly by being and faiths are cordially Invitedto tie and ,chronIc vigor arthrl-
diseases.Now .
Griffin and he really preached Lee, guest speaker, on Sunday, less interested in bringing attend.
by1 the spirit of God. !His subject Aug. 10. 11 a.m. at the First Unitarian them into membership at all. Location
w4' "Wash You, Make You Church Dixie Highway at Services were very Interestingand CLINIC
Clean. We', ere honored to have SW 29th road. uplifting throughout the day ST. JAMES BAPTIST 2847 Coral Way
Mother T James'and many of !Mr. Lee served as president of Sunday Holy communion was Hour. : 105. Closed Wad.
our visiting friends to worship the confjxegation (from 1952 to administered at both services. 323 N.W. 14th St and Thurs.

with us. 1955 and recently was again selected and Rev. Hall delivered two very Rev J. L. Johnson pastor

to serve in that capacity.He touching sermons entitled "The Sunday Services
METROPOLITAN A..M. E. is a director of the Thomas Church' of Nature, Her Task" and Sunday School........... 9:30: am
Jefferson Unitarian Council "I Must Tell Jesus." The Morning Worship ........ 11:00: ajn

i. Rev. H. M. Salmon, pastor. and president of the Florida, accepted the membership of pastor two BTU .............................. 5:30: p.m. I
Evening ._.......
Conference of Liberal (Unitarian converts to the Christian family. Worship 7:30 pm
Spiritual Inspiration is the Universalist) Churches. The District Superintendent Visitors always welcome

keynote of the day at Metropolitan On Wednesday, Aug. 13, 8:15: will be at Ebenezer on August
C !beginning with Sunday p n. Community Group No. 1 16 for his third quarterly visit NEW BETHEL BAPTIST

School at 9:30 under the 'superintendent will have a discussion meetingat each member is asked to pay $2 1571 N.W. 68th Terr.
'Mrs. Celia' Day. the home of Mr. and Mrs. conference assessment.The Rev. G. 0'
t During the morning worship, Gordon pow, 567 (NW 108th Tn Golden Glee Circle will : Jones pastor
will be' 3undav School ............ 9:43: a.m.
the gospel In song choir. be in charge of club meetings on Morning worship .........??.?.. 11:00: 1

heralded by! the teenage ST. FRANCIS XAVIER Tuesday! night. Evening ,worship ._............... 7:3C:
A 'timely, but soul-stirring message The pastor and some church

will be delivered by the V.W 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. workers from the Sunday St. Matthew AME Zion
pastor at both the morning and Phone FR 9-1424 School will leave Sunday nightto

evening worships., In the course MASSF3 attend the leadership training 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. WITH

of his deliberation,. each heart Daily....?....?..............-..-... 8 a.m. school which will convene in Rev. A. H. Ferguson pastor
wlfl' truly be able to praise God Sunday.......... 7 a.m. & 8:30: am Osborne, S. C., Claflln College Sunday School .............. 9:45: txa
from whom all !blessings flow. Parent, please don't fall to Morning Worship _.. 11 am KafrvmcQaiM

The' League Hour ,will get underway TRINITY WESLEYAN from August 11-16. Evening worship _.... 7:30: pjn
with the president, Mrs send your child to Youth Fel- M
i J. |l3. Cole in charge. In addition Rev. George E. Johnson pastor lowship Movement each Wednesday GRACE PRESBYTERIAN
4 to the general topic the highlight Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter evening at 7:30: o'clock.

t of the ''hour will be Bible Sunday School .....:?..?..;_ 9 LID Our shut ins include the following Rev. James Culnaer, pastor sp

Quiz, 'Who Was It", in which all Morning worship .......?...?.....11:00 : Mrs. Florida Butler Eddie Edwards, clerk COMMUNITY DRUGS
persons prerent will certainly Young People's Meeting 8 p.m 152 NW 8th st: Mrs. Flora B. Sunday School _?-.n-n-i 930 ajn
I delight to take part in. In the Johnson, 2130 NW 59th st; Mrs. Morning worship __ 11:00 6750 N.W. 15th AT*.

very near future the ACE League Equilla Snipes Jackson, Memo- Westminister Fellowship 6 p.m.

will j present a drama entitled rial Hospital Mrs. Brill Lang,

"The Will be Done." NOTICE 1334B NW 4th ave.; Mrs. Cornell BETHANY BAPTIST HARLEM SQUARE
All Church notices MUST be (Hayes, Mt. Sinai Hospital;
Tickets for the drama will be typewritten tiouble {spaced Mrs. Emma Neal, 1722 NW 63rd 3316 NW 50th Street SWEET SHOPA
on] 'sale and -,can be purchased St. Rev. Rudy Keaton pastor
Irani any member of the':'church' and on one sheet of paper. Copy Sunday School _. ?-. 9:30 am. FULL LINE OP GROCERIES

or(league! Make it a point to see' MUST be Into our office by 6 We acknowledge the presenceof Morning Service ........... 11 ajn.
this::.,drama and the public is I' p.m. Tuesday of each week' to those of you who come to BTU -.?... ??? r 5:30 pjn COLD CUTS COSMETICS
Intuit: Insertion.Church Editor worship with us and invite you Evening Service .
always invited- to the Friendly ??-_ 730: pan 208 N.W. 10th Streetj
Little Church., to worship with us always. Prayer Service, Thurs. 730: pjn.


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Peoples' Newspaper" - A.M.E.'s Meet in BETHEL BATISTRichmond

TURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1958 PAGE 11 PUNPHUNBy HomesteadThe HeightsRev

L. R. Ross, Pastor
I PHIL 083OFER Miami District Sunday; Sis Nannette Greer, reporter
School Allen tE dea-
Christian( $
Con Services 'usual last
vor League and Missionary were as
CAt DAR OF vention of South Florida AME Sunday with Sunday School beginning -
Broward See whpre an insurance course
Conference, held its annual at 9:30: a.m. with the
will Ibe given at North+weeterp
Fa f III meeting at the Greater NewMt. Supt. Claudius Jones in charge.
County evening school. Sounds like+
ant !LqJ Zion AME Church in Homestead (We were very happy to have
an interesting deal. Insurance,
News you see, is a unique business. It July 23 to 27. The Rev, Bro. and Mrs. Jones and family
Opinion r is the only legitimate policy rae- M. J. Fayson, pastor, was a most back with us. They have been
ket. An insurance company collects cordial and efficient host with away on a month's vacation and
ByWalUr premiums instead of giving., Dr. W. B. Coffey, presiding elder,, expressed themselves as having
them away. (What, no trading and the Rt. Rev. Sherman I* had a wonderful time.

Bowa stamps?) There are policies for: Greene, presiding bishop.
I(Railroads last year again prov- (New Mt. Zion was in charge The morning service was con-
casuality marine fire
ducted by the acting pastor, Rev.
themselves the safest to of the welcome
way and . of all things . fidelity program on
Felder. 'We were happy to
avel according to data
corn- Wednesady. Thursday to
Funeral services for HowardG. !
led from governmental and Hart were held at Central worship by Rev. M. J. Fayson !have Rev. IFelder. !He preachd

er sources. Travel by rail was; Baptist Church, Rev. E. J. Clark Perhaps that should be changed with sermon by Rev. Joseph a -wondrful, sermon on what it
early twice as safe as travel by officiating, on Sunday. Mr.
pmestlc airline and bus, and died at his home, 4837 SW 23rd, ,The most unusual policy I ever choir opening hymn 33. The president of the BTU held
>out 37 times a!: safe as travel; St., on July 27. He is survivedby heard of Is that of the Paul Revere (Through the five-day' program its meeting at 5:30: p.m. with
automobile and taxi. The his wife, mother-in-law, sev- Life Insurance Co. It's the there were call to worship and Bro. Roosevelt Jackson in
itomobile fatality rate, the data en sons, three daughters, one only policy where the rider appears sermons by Revs. J, S. Blalke, A. Charge. A unique program was
so shows, was 22% times that sonin-kw, seven grandchildren, first! (Insurance inciden- O. Burton, C. J. Jenkins, Albert presented iA ball game of the
rail, air and 'bus line com- seven brothers and four sisters. tally, is the ,only coverage allowed Jones, (R H. Johnson, T. C. Ten Commandments by Mrs.
ed. 'jl !I in a nudist colony. Too Kelly and 'W. II. Zanders. Queen Esther Armstrong and

'You are Invited to the Wo- bad there's no insurance against .In this little town, big-hearted Mrs. Howard. It was enjoyed by
Alaska, the 49th state, probab- man's Day program at New Ma- Phil Ossofer's corn! Christian workers gathered and all present. Mrs. Armstrong and
'will formally enter the Union cedonia Baptist Church, corner worked collectively with the (Mrs. Howard expressed great'
fore this year ends. And she'll; 48th ave., SW 22nd st., W est ST. JAMES A.M.E.Dr. youths to reach a solution to the appreciation to all who participated -
the biggest state by' far far drift of our youths and
Hollywood, Sunday, Aug. 10. Mrs on the program.
A. Joseph Reddick, pastor
re than twice the size of Lula Moran will be the morning I adults from their Christian duty.
xas. /By !way of contrast the speaker. Mrs. Rebecca Tucker Mrs Sadie T. Dean, reporterLa't District motto: **J am going At 7 p.m. the devotion service
tire population is only that of will speak in the afternoon. Rev. Sunday at St. James Dr. your way, so let's go hand in !was conducted by Bro. John
middle-sized cityabout 210- Reddick preached with great hand." Ancrum and Bro. Floyd Lump-
N. H. Phillips pastor; A O| Hen-
derson, reporter.Get spiritual fervor and demonstration Conference themeor: h e kin which was very high in
as he proclaimed Gospel Christian's Three R's: Responsibility spiritAn

Vccordin& to a feature article Miami Times atllowe's truths to an overwhelming con Resources .And Resolutions ,
your gregation during the 11 a.m. wor- inspiring message was delivered -
The Wall Street Journal in these Perilous Times.
ModcrnU'tic Barber Shop
ie nation's military chiefs are 4444 Pembroke Road. ship service, again at the 7:30: he We /wish to express to the by Rev. Felder.Our .
king a new assault on a probto ) delivered another great message pastor and members of the pastor, Rev. L. R. Ross,
survival How Greater New Mt. Zion was missed !by us. The members
national : AME
H. Chamber of Com- membershipwere
The C. W. :Accepted into full will be happy to acknowledgehim
develop new weapons fastern beautiful church, our appreciation -
merce will meet at the home of Sister Maggie McBurtney, back.
[Russia does. Reforms in- Walter (Batch, 52nd ave. and Brothers Ashley, Otis Grubbs for their gracious hospitality -
||de defense contractors a freer 25th St., SW, Monday, Aug. 11, and little JIollls Summer, a which was highly enjoyed by In our prayers let us remember
in airplane and mirsle de- at 8:30( p.m. All members are convert. all. our sick M1d those in need
opment; (streamlining of the asked to be present "The Alfred L. Hepburn reporter of spiritual guidance.
tary channels manufactur- Services Sunday at
must go through to get de- Friendly Church" promises to be
The Starlight
will be of great significance -
the one that
reduction in num-
ons; a
Aug. 10 3:00:
meet Sunday, ,
of different planes, missiles! throughout
vehicles under developmnt, )f.m.Pembroke at the Road.Masonic All Temple membersare on bringing with the Sunday School SEE THE
the abolishment of many beginning' with the Sunday
asked to be present. f
tagon committees.ation's School at 9:30: a.m.
AIM Commander.
The Church and Pastor's :An-
Business reports that niversary will be an vent of
The PTA( !will meet Sunday,
najority of 157 top executivesng Ranches Ele- lasting memory beginning Aug.
3 at Carver
part in a recent poll ex- p.m. School. All fathers who 1115. The following pastors
sales to mentary with their congregationswill
pt their companies' COLORED
have children in the school are
prove in the next 12 months Mrs. Esther worship with us during the
to attend.
: with the past 12, urged week: Revs. Thedford Johiz/ son,
seat least to hold to the same Robinson, president; Mrs. Susie C. J. Jenkins, P. D. (D rain tley, PSYCHIC

gels.his. Daniels, principal. T. C. Kelley Jr, and S. A. Cou- 4

is the 'biggest summer ST. MATTHEW BAPTISTRev. dn.Bro.. J. P. Newton, the co- READER

"" ever]| for outdoor eating, say N. F. Clark, pastor chairman of the 10th annual
,, Chain Store Age. Sale of barbecue Men's Day Celebration and com-
grills, charcoal and accessaries -' Rev J. E. Monroe, reporter mander in chief of the Arm yare I
by ,food chains with two making plans to demolish the
Sunday, AUK. 10 at 3 p.m. rnurHUNTER
'r'more' stores will total over $20 will be rervices in celegration Navy under the supervision of I .
mllion this year. of the anniversary of the Pulpit the chairman, J. If. Dean. Assistant -
Aid Board (Mrs. Lillian Clark aids of the cochairmanJ.
Retired Admiral Ben Moreell, president. The speaker for the P. Newton are L. B. Wright,
'ho now heads a steel company occasion will be the Rev. Allan Joe Harris, Willie Scott, Willie
.els "The United States is on a ferguson whose topic will be Nicholson, Theodore Mackey
dicidal course to slavery be- "Walking With God." Leroy Drown, John Hall, W. W.
>use in recent decades we have Plummer, C. binder, Sanford PROF. HUNTER

een yielding to government our If you are spiritually or phy- Alston, Willis Washington If you we tick, worried or In trouble this Is the

dividual responsibility." He ,ically] hungry, come; because we Cleveland Jackson, Harold Fer- place to come. Don't stay In the rut, push back the
"ending all further raidsn the soul and Anfthrjny Johnson, Fred
ropose will have food for Kiron ;
the public treasury, whether body. This invitation is extended Garrett, Tillman Holloway, C. SHall veil of bad luck that seems to hold you In your track,

Conducted by unions, business- to all. We request! all visitorsto Chas. Green, Phillip Peter- and advance forward by the help of God under the

rwn, farmers or any other sit in the middle aisle. Weal son, T. Rody, Solomon Williams, leadership of Prof. Hunter who has 30 years of experience
roup. all of O, T Home, Thos. Saunders,
> o request departments
_______ In spiritualist and occult science. Make your
the church to be uniformed. Joe Bellamy and Isaac Reid.
H. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. Thanks for coming, and wt You are welcome at all timesto home happy. He will show you how to bypass your

will see you Sunday 3 p.m. visit "The Friendly Church." i enemies and get the things that life demands for you.
E. M. Thomas, pastor
Oretha Holder reporter FA JL .l

"O give thanks unto the Lord

[for He is good, His mercy en- STRENGTH SERVICE SECURITY
dureth forever! ," taking heed to
|this passage of the scripture the
J services at our church began Central Life Insurance Co.

[with the Sunday School.

At 11 a.m. a very inspiration- Your Friendly Company
Jal devotional service was conducted -
I with the deacons in .
I charge. The church was filled to

J fts capacity, fThe message was Offerings
delivered by the pastor found inI

Peter 2:1rrlal.. And The 20 Year Payment Life & Educational Endowment Located at the Hunter's now psychic studio onPembroke

Obstacles," wonderfull was his Endowment at Age 65 at Age 18 Road, 3 miles west of Hallandtls, Fla. on

message. wall Paid-up Life & 20 Payment Life the north side of the road, 1 mile east of 7th a"..

Sunday afternoon BTU Bro. Endowment at Age 63 15 Year Endowment Caner Ranches. Signs are placed on the top of three
held with the director story building. Office Is In the duplex In the front of
Smith tn charge. We bad inspi- Juvenile Estate Builder Whole Life
rational service conducted by 15 Payment Life the building.
Gloria Smith and Oretha Holder( Mortgage Redemption H. has fifty times more power than any other

afterwards we had our testimonial Health Hospitalization 20 Year Endowment medium. You will find him far advanced In know

.services. Home Office .dg*.

At n (p.m. (devotional service READINGS FROM $1.00 UP
was held with the deacons and 1416 North Boulevard Tampa, Fla.
deaconesses in charge. Again LICINIIO 1Y STATE AND COUNTY

the church was filled to its ca- Branch Offices: OFFICE HOURS DAILY
pacity. The me-saje was deliv-
ered 'by the pastor, subject' "Ye BRADENTON OCALA 1 P.M. TIL 4 P.M. 7., P.M. SUNDAY 1 PM TIL 4 PM
Are The Light of The World* DAYTONA BEACH ORLANDOFT.

was. After service the Lord'sSupper PENSACOLAJACKSONVILLE .
was administered to those CALL IN PERSON
who wished to be fed.
In our prayers let us remember LAKELAND TALLAHASSEEWEST 5417 S.W. 17th St
the sick and those in needof PALM BEACH
spiritual guidance. To the Hollywood, Fla
public you are Invited to come THE TIME TO INSURE IS NOW
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family of the late,
family of the late MRS. ANNA M WOODS
FREDRICKA V. SWEETINGwish acknowledges with deep appreciation -
to extend sincere thanks to I your kind expressions of I' r I
their many frlend and neighborsfor i ympathy during our bereavement FOR SALEIN
cards, tokens' telegrams and FOR RENT

condolences of sympathy in our May God bless you all. ROOM. For nice single man or OPA LOCKA, 889 NW 152ndSt.
hour of bereavement.We Mr Amos Woods and woman or a couple. Private entrance 3 bedroom large closet with
wish to thank: the Bethel Family I in new 2-bedroom apt. sliding door. Hardwood floors,
Williams Funeral Home for their Owner leaving for the summer. garage two large t utilltier' tile
arrangements and loyal l .crvice IN MEMORIAM I II May have use 'of .everything. roof. Will accept lot In Brown
Special thanks to Fr. Elisha FR 7-1379. Sub or Liberty City as d o w n
,Clarke of the Church of t the payment. For information call
!. Incarnation: for spiritual! service I Furnished room in Liberty NE 4-S&59 evenings.

rendered and Prof. Charles L I City to quiet, sober young man.
Williams of the Booker T. Wash All modern homelike ,facilities.PL Beautiful duplex residentialarea
ington High School. 7-8359. living room, dining room,
Frcdericka V. Sweeting died 2 bedrooms, separate kitchen,
J i July 6 in the Jackson Memorial) EFFICIENCY APT. Furnished. partly furnished, dove and re-
Hospital and was laid to rest Located near two bus lines at frigerator. Inquire at 1230 NW
July 10 In the Coconut Grove L Mrs. Lillian D. Moore of 2057 3268 NW 46th St. Phone PL 58th St., all day Saturday and

Cemetery.May God bless all of our well Washington' St., Opa Locka, diedat 8-4433. l Sunday.
the Jackson: Memorial Hospital -
wishers. after an illness, at 3:25: ajn. MODERN Furnished room. ;.Use i ROOMING HOUSE possible
M. Deamu,
Mrs. mother Sunday. She was a member of of hou ing facilities. 1986 1NW $4,000 Income. $6,000 down
Greater Bethel AME Church. 57th St.BEAUTIFUL. Phone PL 1-8779. A18
Emma Lee Sweeting, sister
Funeral services will be held
And Family' '
Saturday at 2 p.m. at Bethel. room In private' NOTICEMrs.

The body will be shipped to MaCon home. Home-li'ke' atmosphere, Bessie Bowles Is havinga
CARD OF THANKSThe 4 k Gia. where interment will 1826 NW 55th St., phone NE dinner sale at St. Mary's
% be held on the Family lot in 3-2740. Church, 16C9 NW 5th court Saturday -
family of the late,
Linwood Cemetery. B. Solomon from 12 noon. Members
ROBERT RUSSELL Funeral Home Is In charge of 2-BEDROOM hou e. Small fam- friends asked to
and are : come
(Bob Fighter) local arrangements ily only. Contact owner at 7511 out and give a (helping hand.
who on July 4, and j ,
away ; NW 14lih ave.1BEDROOM.
was buried on July 13 wish to '; The proceeds will go toward the
I' . Range . Woman's Day drive.
thank ''the Central Life Insur- w x, APT. in new build

ance Co. of Florida for the very I, In tad but loving memory of Percy Williams of 1001 NW ing, 524 NW 22nd St. Phone
efficient and prompt way they 62nd St., died on Aug. 1 on his Fit 93576. NEAR 58TH STREET
our dear wife and mother, I
paid the death claim. OPHEUTA CURTIS Job at Food Fair. His services $995 Down
Mrs. Florida Mingo, sister were conducted on Wednesday, MS Also
day or night.
who departed this life Aug. 7, 1 MORTGAGE PAYMENT
1957. Aug. 6 at Israel Primitive Bap- efficiencies by the week FAN
CARD OF THANKSThe Gone, but not forgotten. tist Church, Rev. P D Brantley JEWELL'S GUEST HOUSE, 520 Newly painted, 2-bedroom CBS.
officiated. lIe 1 it survived by his Stove, refrigerator, hardwood
NW 7th St., Phone FR 42213.
she In
May rest
family of the late peace. Doris floors, tile roof. EZ terms. See
wife, Lois, :a daughter, ,
JOHNNY BELTON Sadly missed,
at today. $13,500 total.
and many other relatives. ROOM N.W. 9th St.
Dody Curtis, husband
who departed this life July 11,
1958 thank' the James Curtis, ton See Miss Montgomery. Phone
wishes to many DUPLEX CBS DUPLEX
Baby Girl Rahming died at FR 1-9785. A30
friends who sent cards tele- Harcourt Curtis, son
Jackson Hospital. She is surviv- ----- $1,495
flowers donated the
grams, and her Mr. Mrs, WANTED
of at his passing. ed by parents, and Bountiful: il-bedroom apartment
use cars
E. E. Rahming of 3180' NW 50th Mater barber at Eureka
Thanks to Rev. T Johnson and IN MEMORIAMIn each aide. One side (Burnished
St. Graveside services will //be Barber Shop; 6888 NW 15th ave. $13,500 total.
the (B. Solomon Funeral Home
sad but loving memory of held on Friday morning at Lin- 70 percent commission. Call 4-BEDROOM CBS
for services rendered. our dear husband and brother,
coln Memorial NE 4-7894.
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest MALACHI MORRIS $995 Cash

Glover who departed this life Aug. 2, Value-packed home.
IN MEMORIAMIn Equippedwith
The Belton Family 1956.
$1,000 or Your Lot .stove, refrigerator Jalousied
Gone, but not forgotten.We sad but loving memory of ,
torch plus carporte. $13,500 total.
CARD OF THANKSThe loved you, dear one, our dear mother and sister, As a down payment, 3 bed.'
family of the late Sleep on and take your rest. who passed away Aug. 9, 1941 room new, on corner on two
ELSADA DAMES McCLOUDwho Lucinda A. Morris, wife at Key West. lots 2901 NW 43rd Terr. $1,995 Cash
departed this life July 29, Ella Dean, sister Now that you are gone first and Lovely 2-toedroom CBS. Large
1958, wishes to thank the many Evelyn Bullard, niece we review 1232 N.W. 59th St. rooms, stove and refrigerator,
friends for card, telegrams, For battles to' be fought 2395 N.W. 68th St. plus many extras. Must ice to
flowers and cars Special thanksto IN MEMORIAMIn Each thing you touch along the Lots for sale. Cash for your cppieciate. $14,500 total.
St. Matthews Baptist Church way
and Temple. Range Funeral sad but loving memory of Will be a hallowed spot lots. Baron, JE 81340. Gold Coast Realty

Home for its efficient service our dear father, We'll hear your voice, 4301 N.W. 2nd Ave.
May God's richest blessings be SIMEON DAMES We'll see your smile Open 3.5 p.m. PL 1-2428
with all of you. who departed this life Aug. 8, Though (blindly we may grope

Alean Miller, daughter 1940, The memories of your loving''I l
Somewhere back of the sunset, hand
Evelyn Marshall]) daughter
Charles McCloud, son Where lovliness never dies Will buoy us on with hope "A Living Service For The Living"
He a land J of glory Alfred, Earl and
Mid the blue and the gold of the Vandclean, children
Range Funeral 1 HomeOSCAR
CARD OF THANKS skies Mizah Adderly, sister
The family of the late And we who have known and Edna Kemp, sister
loved him, Geraldine, Alfred Jr. John
Whose passing' has !brought us Freda, Juanita and

tears, Julktte, grandchildren
We'll cherish his memory always, PHONES: PL 4.7468-PL 1.1331

To brighten the passing years.

Marion Nealy, daughter THE HOUSE OF Oscar Range, Licensed Embalmer Funeral Director
Victoria Burns, daughterand

1 grandchildrenIN ALBERTLester I 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami, Florida


loving memory of our dear

J mother MRS., REBECCA JOHNSONwho B. SOI mOl Funeral HOMe

departed this life Aug. 16, '
1940. (Established 1928))

The world may change from year
'1>", to ,year ,. Dignified, Personal, Courteous Service
,>'I.,", ' < '1-, Our lives from,, day to day
." > But the Jove and memory of our Funerals Within Range of Each Budget
dear motherIt
A \ never ::dies.Clillord .

Bullafd, ton
Mrs. Mona Smith, daughter

frail, .... Mrs., Mary Smith, daughter 315 N.W. 16th Street Ph. FR 3.1440
-- -'-
- "" Mrs. Ethel Johnson
1 T. ,
gratefully acknowledges its sin,I Mrs. Delia Pimienta -
cere thank* and appreciation to I daughters

its many friends for the kindness ,,.____,...-_,._ __ _ RAPHU S. WILLIAMS
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tendered during Its recent bereavement -" '
,WARNER t s "

To donors. of cars, telegrams, HINES. Inc. PRIVATE FOR HIRE

letters, cards received, we extend Painting and
our hearty thanks Special WaterproofingContractors C. Albert 0
thanks to the ANen Funeral 'Ambulance Service
Home and Its staff, Canon Cooper Licensed and I THE FUNERAL HOME OF
of St. Peter's African Ortho- Insured by City I DISTINCTION

dox Church, Acolytes, Sunday and County FRanklin 3.5900
School, neighbors of i6th ave., 1863 NW 59th St I Phone .PL 8-4707
Oliver's Cornet Free Estimates {
20th st., and
Band. ' Call any hour i I 6942 N.W. 15th Avenue HAVE CAS I BEFORE YOU CALL
The Colebrook and Ph. NE 5-6879 i I a \ .
Miami Florida
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selling novel, "God'V '
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across Ray and
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making love In his barn. Scene r
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THEY WILL SERVE Wives of L. Calloway, A. F. Pitts, J. R. Wilson Sr., I LEGAL NOTICE It P--', '
brokers and saleswomen, who will serveas G. D. Jewell, Calvin Thornton, Joseph T I Notice Is hereby given thatthe
hostesses for the 11th annual Bickers Herman -_.. --
conven- Glass and Mrs. CharlesT. I undersigned Dante E. Scola
tion of the National Association of Real Ball Third row: Mesdames J. C. John- I I and Silvio E. Scoia desiring to
[ Estate Brokers 'which will be held Aug. son, Q. V. Williamson and Mrs. J. R. Wilson engage in business under the VElVET TOUCH
(16-21 include left to right, first row) Jr. Mrs. Wilson will serve as directorof I fictitious name,

Mesdames: J. A. Alston, Allen E. Cald- the "casual hour", and Mrs Edward C. I Scola Bros. Service Station
well, Edward C. Miller, W. T. Robie, Cor- Miller is general chairman of the ener- ;intend to register said name with
nelius King. Second row: Mesdames W.WELCOME tainment.ANP.u. the Clerk of the Circuit' Court
of Dade County; Florida

I' -" S. Bank Will (si Dante E. Scolas
| | Silvio E. Scola .
Open Branch in e era.
Register Today! August 9, 16, 23, 30
South Africa I

Beauticians' Johannesburg ANP) -
The Flrt National Bank of New Books Close Aug. 9 r7tN' I
National Convention i York City will open a bank here MasterBarber r
William M. Simmons, president
of the bank said last week. Wanted
BlancheGalloway Simmons is here making plans -.a8Lt.d .-,--
for the South African branch Apply i
Ahich will open late this year. NEED MONEY? I
Then Hurry to The

PATTERSON Jamaica Candle ShopAt SHOP '1 ,

Proudly Pre.entafrom FIGHT ATCAPITOL 6664 N.W. 15th Ave. 910 N.W. 2nd Ave. To Wake Up

Where hundred are being helped Joseph Reed, Prop.
weekly from the Jamaica Blessed A9
Larry Steele's Ladies and gentlemen) Hurry OH and the Myetery dream seal
Hurry! Hurry! Purchase your JAMAICA SAM, Prop. SLEEPY WAIIctc1W4
Smart Affairs ticket now for the Floyd Patterson Come write or Call
Roy ,Harris World Heavyweight -
Of 1958 PL 8.1354 Today
championship fight which Indl Downtown Barber
I will be hown on ,big screen
Pinkey Roberts (theatre) television at the Cap! 1__ ShopGet
M.: C. tol Theatre, Monday night, Aug
18. your haIr processed

The Burlesque Sex-sational Queen i Stanley's Market and be well groomed (JJZ ffl H dad I

Kay DuCongeHeld For the finest in . 1900 N.W. 4th Court Call for appointment DEEP PENETRATING

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hair from 'going back'Gives
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right In. Stove and refrigerator are
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hair ,
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the Mr. Lee at ,NE 4-6722 'er CREME SHAMPOO
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1900 N.W. 75th St. Wakes up Sleepy HairAt (M Application/ !
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Clarke, Grace Morley, Eva Page THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper"

PLACID NOW ONLY and Eleanor Turner), and a PAGE 14 SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1958
Religious reading by Kenneth
Johnson. A duet by Johnny; Ad .. ,.
derley and Libnel Reckley and a
were the contributions of the .
Senior Department to the well ($10,000 $20,000 $5,000)) To conform with

received selections.The Florida LawIf

There are more than 15,000 you have a driver's license, we can Insure you
boys and girls of camping age< exhibit of the arts' and AS LOW AS $71.80 PER YEAR
in Dade County. Less than one< .INCARNATION crafts projects were ,placed in a
well-arranged display in the PAY A3 YOU RIDE, with little down and 8 months. to pay
percent of these youngsters will
be exposed to a camp experiencethis SUMMER church 'vestibule. Postulant Nel-
summer. son Pinder, son of (Mrs Coleen SERVICE FIRST/ INS. AGENCYOpen
PROGRAM ENDSThe Pinder, directed the Summer
Only five or six years of a
Program. Mr. Pinder will be returning -
suited for Dally and Saturdays to 5 p.m.
life is ideally
campers exercises for the this Fall to Nashota
camping. Between the ages of, two parts closing ot the Summer Pro House for his final year of Seminary 645 N.W. 36th Street PL 9.5284
eight and fifteen, a boy and a I Igirl's Training. Father Elisha
Church of
gram of the HpUcopal
entire for !good life through may be whole-- the Incarnation were held on Clarke Incarnation.SHORTY'S Sr.., is vicar of the : :"III!1fo- ;Jl.:. r'' __.J
and Wednesday
last Friday
experiences. Ia this
some camp
setting youngsters learn how to evenings. On last Friday at the
Parish Hall 25 members from:
live :with others; they develop ptl W11N I wlRs
the Junior Department! met and a .
needed ,skills such as swimming, $
enjoyed social J dancing from 5:30: ?
boating, proper uses of firearm;
to 830.: Beginning at 830: Le-
other hobbies. vocational -
and many
interests are also developed Verne Lilly sod Lionel Reckleywere a
hosts 35 seniors for
to a
half hour Period of concert Sea Food Market s

FACILITIES LIMITED music. Social dancing. was done J
from 9:00: to 11:30.: YOU BUY 'EM
Camping facilities are limited
for Miami young.,ters. The Boy Father Donald Platt, chaplainand WE FRY 'EM
Scouts and Girl Scout camps director of the Canterbury
have been available in the last House, University of Miami, was Fish! and Chicken
the speaker at the closing
few years; Owaissa Bauer Youth ser
Camp, owned by :Dade County, vices for the Religious part of .
704 N.W. 2nd Ave. -
opened its doors for weekend use the Summer Program This closing *
after pressure ways brought to was incorporated, In /part, At :
bear. The Miami YMCA Campat with the regular Wednesday
Lake Placid is available only Evensong service at which time ''Is M
one week for summer camping.The Johnny Adderley, Anthony strr t 1'N ,
Johnson and Lionel (Reckley served -
Boy Scout Camp will be as cantors Following the ser LOTS FOR SALE
open August 17-23 and August vice certificates were presentedto 'rim AlIUJ
24-30. The YMCA camp at Lake 70 children and teenagers who Easy Terms /mOPPORTUNITY

Placid, August 2320. participated in the program. Citations Build on your lot
Dade County girls will not
for Outstanding Christian
or mine
have any outdoor residence Service were awarded to Mes-
camp open to them this summer. dames Bloneva Higgs, Leona We take care of financingNO
The Girl Scout camp is closed. Johnson, Winifred .Morley: John MONEY DOWN AWAITS YOU

son, !Daisy Jn()wl as, and Jean
FRONTIERS OUT Cash paid for your lots or
Carroll Morley, also to Jane Ad- home
Last summer the Frontiers( of derley and Viola Peoples( ? land PSYCHIC READER
America Club operated a low to Charles Adderley and Garth Baron JE 8-1340
cost camp for youngsters at the Reeves. The hort program also ,
Boy Scout Comp near Perrine. included members/ from the
The ,Frontiers Club has been denied Junior and Senior' Departments.
the use of the camp this From the former, a selection Drive Carefully
year. Why? The George Wash- from a Girls' Quartet (Sheila
ington Carver I Branch YMCA has ...
extended an Invitation to the I
Frontiers Club to make use of
its facilities at !Lake Placid this
summer. Furnished Apartments


The Miami YMCA boys campis

one of the finest camps in the $::19.95"per week
I country. With 150 acres, its facilities ?
consists of tight beautiful -
I cabins, a spacious lake with LIGHTS GAS & WATER INCLUDED
boats and canoes, an outdoor
chapel, a modern, well equipped Select Your Own Brand New Furniture Which Let my year of Experience guide and protect you through Life

kitchen and a new Infirmary-'-, An a. a Lighthouse guides the ship In a ctorm
interracial ;staff of trained and Becomes Yours

Christian counselors help boys WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME

adjust to camp life Unfurnished Apis. $14 weekSEE For Success in Business And Love
The: Carver Branch has requested -
a two week period of -
summer camping for the past SAM B. SOLOMON AT 0 You can now have your home made happy

two years, but this request has 0 Get ant! Hold the position you so long wanted
been denied bcause' the one week 0 Don't Stay in the rut get out now
period has not been filled with she
youngsters from Miami. Youngsters 0 By the help of God can help you

YMCAs from have other occupied cities the campat with 1163 N.W. 3rd AVENUE PHONE FR 3.8416 Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in

Lake' Placid witih the Carver troubleIt

Branch .. - will pay you to call and see this Gifted Medium First
that the
It is sincerely hoped
Frontiers of America Club will W lf'r.' thousands come yearly for help and advice, you too can

accept the :plan as outlined by Thoughts Have. Wings!-I Can Influence Others With My be touched by this strange mysterious power
the Carver Branch and join
forces with the YMCA In pro-
viding camping outlets for youngsters The same God who delivered Moses and the children of Israel

NOW OPENING FOR THE FIRST TIME of old is still alive today and will open a way for you through

the troubled seas of life.' Let not him that Is blind lead
For Advice and Help Contact..:.. you or
BISHOP GREENE you stumble with him.

1 AIDS NAACP K STAR Oc you doubt the existence them of things because you cannot see

Sherman L. Greene of the AME What do you think of the Invisible waves and sounds that make
Church has called upon all ministers Psychic Reader Gifted Reader Wireless Telephone, Radio and Television possible

within his Jurisdiction, the Reads your entire life I past A seed before It sprouts, lies concealed, secret, silent In the dark
llth Episcopal District compris )''C'11 present, future. Tells you anything earth or womb of Nature. THERE IS AN "UNSEEN POWER"
of Florida to ry
ing the, state sup- ,
port the NAACP membership; you wish to Therefore, acquaint yourself r -"'-'
drive in this state. asking any questions.No with the one who is an I "

He has appointed Rev. S. A authority. Whose private I ,
Cousin of Miami to head the matter what your hope, fsafor trouble may bo, I can ,and consultation will evolve Ito r' '
drive In the church. The assoc- will help you! Give time and never falling advice' on all affair you
atlon is seeking 10,000 members of life, sucn AS love courtship, marriage, health, business a higher state of mind. k

i I !In requested the state.every Bishop AME Greene ministerin has changes, wills| mortgages, law suits, loot or stolen articles' All Information is I '

he state to recruit not less hidden tr.Uure. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED

I' than 10 members from his con Strictly Confidential t _

gregation.ILet! us. mate the llth Epis- Gives Your Lucky ,Days Your Lucky Numbers Office Hours: B a.m.-8 pin _" ;w ;

pal District and our bishop leaders . No ono In trouble turned away-Come with or without money Sunday: 10 ..m. to I p.m.Don't .
in the *flgh for freedom for White 4 Colored
Private A Confidential Readings-Readings
Mr. Cousin urges in a letter to Write--Call in Person ,y''ryf'
all the ministers. A report meetIng Yi
willbe/ held at Edward Note Permanent Address-Taks bus 15, passes door every DAILY READING $1.00 UP

Waters College on August 21 at '16 minutes. 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
the close of the campaign.

1650 N.W* 27th Avenue Miami Fla. MADAM HUNTER

t Call TAYLOR Hours: Daily and Sunday a.m. to 8 p.nv Clooed Tuesdays
1657 N.W.
73rd St.
Licensed State
,by City, County

j f V FR. 9-1703 I"IiI .

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Good Morning JudgeNews Named Housing .


From Miami's Municipal Precinct Court York (ANP) Madi-
JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON, Presiding son S. Jones 48, former admin- Hour: 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.-By Appointment

By Elliott J. Pieze, Times Staff Writer White istrative, when assistant the deceased to Walter was SERVICES:-Swtdlth Massages, Whirlpool Baths Therapoutla

I 1 I I I I I _'__ __ executive secretary of the Bath, Colonic Irrigation., Electronic Spot Reducing Electronic
- NAACP, last week was namedas Facials' Facial Massages and Packs, Light Therapy Toning.
,Exactly 119 cases were listed PATTERSON the long-awaited special consultant Therapy, Rubdown., Rehabilitation Therapy, Mechanical Gym
for trial on the docket In Judge on race relations to the I
John D. Johnson's Municipal FIGHT ATCAPITOL New York City Housing author Suo Harris, R.N. P.T. Director Willie C. Coffee, Mastouror
Court :Monday morning. July 28. ity. Jones will receive a salary
It 'Was another one of those long of $15,000 per annum Phone FR 3-3381 276 N.W. 6th Street
drawn-out sessions, before an The appointment follows much I SUITE NO. 118 IN THE SIR JOHN ,HOTEL
over capacity crowd. Ladies and gentlemen! Hurry! agitation from Negro groups: and
Hurry! Hurry! Purchase your from private research organizations -
Somewhat disturbing were the ticket for the I
now Floyd Patterson which have urged the
David 2155 NW
of Cobb
cases Roy .Harris World appointment of
Heavyweight full
a time sal-
Jones 1414
5th ave Richard championship fight which aried specialist
on race rela-
Third ave., Curtis Jones of will be shown on big screen tions, After GraduationHave
14500 Pierce St. Richmond (theatre) television The
at the Capi new appointee will also
Heights RudolphWilliams tol Theatre, Monday work for
night, Aug a "better racial bal-
Willie A
NW First Court
18. ance" in city housing projects. Your Picture Madein
Rooks of 1614 NW5 th ave and I
A. Rooks of 1614 NW 5th All home
Willie television sets will --- --
ave., and Willie Lee Matthews 'be blanked out for this fight. .;;.. your cap'and gown
of 207B NW 16th Terr., all of; Your only opportunity to see this
whom were charged with disorderly ftght the very second it happens WARNER Fast Service Reasonable Prices
conduct by loitering. The in the ring will be on big screen HINES. Inc.Painting .
incident occurred about 6:40: Fri television at the Capitol Theatre. and WE FURNISH THE CAP AND GOWN
day evening according to Officer Admission price is $3.50 plus tax. W.terprooflngContractol'l
Vernal Butler who was the Buy your tickets now at the
arresting officer (Officer Butler box office of this theatre while Llconaed andinsured 0Johnson -
told the court that he and his they are still available. Seating by City I
partner were checking on a reported will be limited to the capacity of and County I
gambling game at 142ft the Capito 1 Theatre and no 1883 NW 69th St.
NW! fei ave. Butler said that standing will be permitted. Free EstimatesCall of MiamiNew
when they arrived at the scene, The doors open at 7 pm. and any hour I'
the game had broken up and the there will be a screen show before LA
men involved had fled. But Butler and after the fight at no Ph. NE 5-6879 Address: 409 N.W. 17th St.

added that there were a number additional cost. .. .. ..
- - ; '
of other men loitering on the I. .
sidwalk to. front of the place,
and that he ordered them to

move on.

One of he men, Richard
Jones approached the Officer
and wanted to know what the
Officer wanted near his home.
Later Officer Butler said he
passed the same place and saw a -v .*. . -5- 1
group of men still standing in
front. Richard Jones was included
in the group. Butler arrestedall
of them on the charge.

(However in court Monday
morning Butler admitted that he
could not identify the rest of the
men but could identify Jones. He
admitted that he did approachthe !
officer. Jones was fined $15or
six days and !because of a
possible doubt, all of the others

were dismissed. w _
(Among other cases heard and ________
disposed of were the following
Ernest Brinson Jr., James W.
Smith, Louis Eward Miles,
James T. Lewis, and Leroy Lof-
ton Jr., were each charged with .
by loitering. 1
disorderly conduct ,
The defendants were represe-
sented by Atty. L. E. Thomas
Thomas did a good job in defending -
the men. All were found not
guilty an dismissed.
!Milton Walker, charged with
disorderly conduct, offensive be-
havior and !with carrying con-
cealed weapon (a gun) Milton f "
Stutibs, complainant dismissed.
Alonzo Dudley and Sylvester
Morsby were charged with dis-
orderly conduct by fighting, and
Sammy Dudley waS charged with
interfering with a police officer
while in the performance of his .
duty, in connection with the ',)
case-Alonzo !Dudley was lineda
total of $75 or 30 days and
Sammy Dudley and Morsby were DELICIOUS NEW FROZEN DESSERT! :
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Frank McMiller, charged
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disorderly conduct by creating a
isturbance, fined $23: or 10 days.

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Floyd Pattersonversus


Roy (Cut and
Beautic ans' BanquetbConfJent post office clerks
are needed In the Greater Miami area, and the U.s. primaries and the November
Civil Service Board is now general election will close at 9 World Heavyweight
: on Highlight taking applications to fill jobs. p.m. Saturday. Championship Fight on

.w' ., Applicants must be residents Regkterax Claude Brown will (Big Screen Television)

't fTh Beauticians'( !Banquet on B. Patterson, Cordelia Jennings* who receive their mail in Dade keep his office, located at 116,W. at the . .
"1 Monday night dn 'Bayfront Park Prescilla :Dean Lewis, (Bessie M. County. Applications for Job Flagler Street open from 830:
Auditorium was largely attended. !Freeman, J. L. Hunter, New Or- examinations' may be obtainedat a.m. until 9 p.m. today and Sat' CAPITOLTHEATRE
leans Louise Chapman, St. Louis; the tiowntown poet office, urday.
In fact, late comers were ;
feast Welhelmina Starctoey, Miami; and In branches at Goulds, After the books close, they will
and to
unable to find a !
I laden festive board. (Mrs Maude Reed, H. E. S. Hialeah, Homestead, 0 p a not reopen until Nov. 10..
at the heavy
!Locka, Princeton, Coral Gables,
:,' The program twith Charles (Reeves. Kendall, Miami Beach, Miami By Saturday night, Brown said Monday, Aug. 18,
WilKems, principal of the Booker Wednesday ''Was devoted to Springy North Miami, North he expected a mindmum of 355-
.I 'to Washington High School, as business session and a night for Miami Beach, Ojus, Perrine and 000 persons will have registered.This All Seats $3.50 plus tax .
chairman, honored Mrs. Katie E. the State Preidents at the Fiesta South \Miami compares to 329,000 for the
' i Whlckhami-Ohapman, president, Room of the Mary Elizabeth Ho- I 1956 general election. Doors open at 7:00 p.m.
I :, honorees for 1958 and honor tel. 1 Applications must be submitted TICKETS NOW ON
I' students of the 1958 graduatingclass. to the board before Tues- SALE
felwards. made at the
dinner Among was one o H. E. S. Reeves I day.For Wheatley at the Greater Miami I .--.... -ot19't.11. .......
.\ The principal speaker was from the Orange Blossom Beau- more information call Mr. Urban League, FR 1-6476.
I. Miss Orlean J. Davis. a teacher ticians (Association of the Na- .':, "
r from New Orleans, 'La. Her address tional (Beauty Culturist League. .-. .- --" -.
I was timely and Interesting.She .
was introduced by Mrs) Among those attending the
Sweadde Taylor. Other speakers convention were James C. Evans Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From
'were Mrs. Whicfcam-Chapman, assistant secretary of Civilian
Mrs. Carolyn, Dismond, dean of Defense, !Washington, who received -
I, the Institute of CosmetologyRev the National Beauty Cul- VISIT OR CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645'S j
:: Williams and 'Rep J. B. turists League Civil Rights ? "J'Y "
:, Orr Jr.Very. Award and Dr. William Gray,
I$1,, Interesting was the way chairman of the Civil Rights e 3..
the! dollars were brought in and Committee. :
hung on the 'Money Tree led "
by a group known as the "Cho. R :* t-\\:
sen 100." They hung $100 each. Call TAYLOR 5 ': .S w ;'
t Sorority and other officials fol-
t lowed. One hung $300. t
FR 9-1703
\ Tuesday. program included :
panel discussions and reports, \',
and a hair style show during the J
evening. '., ,. .' . .., ....*. 'I' .., .. ..

On Tuesday afternoon a press YOU LIVE IETTERELECTRICALLY !-
luncheon was held at "Pharr
r Out", home of Dr. Kelsey' Pharr.' ; tjjjr
Among those attending were:I
Marcus S. Lyons, :Mrs. Porter
Edwards, !New Orleans; Mrs. 14'
N Virgie Waters, Baltimore Mrs
Elenora B. (Hicks:, Richmond, Va.; ,.
p !Mrs. Roxanna' W. Pitts, Winston : 'r
Salem, N. C.: Mrs. Ella Ramsey, WATER. ;.. .
f Martin' Atlanta! ; Mrs. Elsie W. .,
Day, Jersey City;; Mrs. Minnie ELECTRICALLY Ip I :
!Hurley, New York ,City; :Mme.I II
I Gold S. M. Young, Memphis, I J 1
I Tenn.; Mrs. R. Calenese Russell, ddi w.iw ......, I btota eltor ;.'
{Meridian, Miss.; Mrs. Aline Jefferson ....... to loving around'"
I : Kansas City Mo.; Mr. .' to-clock .............. hey WHY PAY RENT
I Carrie L. Taylor, Baton Rougs,'I.I pSrf....baf ....... I
La.; Willie Smith, Greensboro, . Chord
N.C.; Mary A. Clark, Dallas, c-d ........ i
!Ruby L. Shannon, Sophia D. a..t ;

Smith, Louisville: ;' Mrs. ,Serena 6..yew op....pi.dsqlw HOW NEW 3 BEDROOM CBS HOMES


SUM MONS Check these features found only in higher! priced homes

2-bedroom stucco home, 1794 Built in oven Formica kitchen I
NW 74th Terr. Price $1O SO. Built in range Baked enamel kitchen cabinets
Down payment $750, $70 per Tile bath Large walk in closet
month. Rear patio and waterfront CBS construction 5.4r

;:i INCOME' PROPERTY Sliding glass door Tile roof k' )
Close to public school I. Close to high school ;
Frame duplex, 2 bedrooms each ;
side, at 3249 NW 53rd St; Price : M
$8, OO, $700 down and $75 a Only $795 Down
month* i I
For these' epedals call -

Summonsday $595 DOWN NEW $995 DOWN BROWN SUB fc, .

or nsbt See 5810 N.W. 13th Ave. 2 bed 3 bedroom new CBS homes.Built ,
phone IH
4-3448-ttX 8-0173
in and large lot. Ha
IIOIIDA rowEl t LIGHT co. room partly furnished. City water, oven range, I
separate living room, dining room,
nice area, close to everything. Do i
------ -- kitchen and bathroom
not disturb tenant See u. to *howinside. mdem. : :'
with utility Front porch. See I
Good buy I II I room.
4945 N.W. 29th Ave. I
TV SICK ? .1
i $695 DOWN

2 bedroom, furnished, on deep lot. CBS DUPLEX BEAUTY :
i Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Beautifully landscaped, city water. 3 year old, 75x106' lot, CBS tile
roof 2 bedroom each side with
See 1269 NW 58th Terr. We have
SAME DAY SERVICE key to show inside. First deposit separate !living room, dining room,
hold. modern kitchen and bathroom. City
ALL MAKES ALL MODELS will Hurry. water, landscaped, nice area. East

of N.W. 17th Ave. I
Picture Tube Special 795 DOWN

3 bedroom, furnished, on corner CBS (4)) FOUR3 BEDROOMlot.
17-inch-522.95 21-lneh-$29.B1 City water, see 5927 NW 15th APARTMENTS

Ave. Close to shopping, bUM We Hallandale. One yeear new CBS,
have key to how inside Separate all modern, priced right. Very

LATCH ON TO THIS BARGAIN living room, dining room, front. good investment. See u* for ap
jalousied. pointment.
Used 174ac TV-Good condition $39.95 1 -
RADIOS REPAIRED-Bring H in for quick *erric .


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

201 N.W. 62nd Street Phone' PL 7-1645 ,t tm.q R;,
939 N.W. 3rd Ave.

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