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Publication Date: August 16, 1958
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f' Minister's Son Admits By GARTH C, REEVES nesday, the fate of segregationin : .
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When lawyers representing Dade County will be facingIts _
parents and children in the case last legal test.
of Gibson vs. the Dade County The case is a continuation of ,ems + ,
f; and School Board face each other in the hearings held In June before t;
Killing Rape the United States District Court Judge J. U. Liob when the 4" f
here Monday, Tuo-day and Wed- School Board contended that it
I not segregated
'. war oieratlnj a
Anthony Bell, 23, whose father school system In Dade County.
and grandfather are minis- NAACP attorneys, Robert L.
ters, confessed this; week to the 'Interracial Carter, G. E. Graves Jr., and
; slaying ofa: 62-year-old Chinese Gana Cantored Edwin/ L. Davis told the court ;:_"r' "..
grocer, and to the !gun-point
that there had been applicationsmade j
rape of ';3-year-o l mother. fa* A for admission of Negro Arthur L. Evans, choral director -
iBell was picked up after an Police captured six Negroesand break up +what they think was children to schools presently attended of Northi.vestern Senior High
FBI ballistics tett showed that a White youth this week toa one of the ,biggest armod robbery ( School, is serving as music consultant -
battle by Whites and that per. to !the YMCA'4 third an-,
a gun he dropped in a' gun gangs operating here. denied
mission to had been
attend
with police was, the same one Tracking' down suspects in a null musical soiree. The program -
that killed Joe Jung Deck, of is scheduled for Sunday,
'" .32 calibre revolver. sundry store holdup, detectives School board lawyers Edward
'' 1900 NW 5th court. Neighbors Bell was on probation for a raided an apartment at 2160 NW F. Boardman and George C August 17, from 4 to 7 pjm. in
the June 23 the garden of Mrs. Clora M.
I were incensed over narcotics conviction for possession = 3rd court where they found a
Rollc the court to
holdup slaying :because Deck had of marijuana. After the wounded man and another man quickly asked that Pcarsall, 2250 NW GOth St.
the
been a kindly old man who was continue case so they ftlr. Evan Is 1 native of Macon t
4 shooting last month he had triedto and woman taking care of him defense to the a -
known to be a soft touch: for a get permission to go to Nas The officers lingered around and could contention.prepare a Judge Lleb Ga.: He has studied family in distress sau. lie is a native of Tampa. soon had the whole gang who. new con- house, Columbia University,
Confronted with the test after Bell, 'who wore a long mop of I came in one at a time. tinued the hearings until August Union Theological Seminary' and
being ,picked up at 1227 NW waved hair; was a popular fig Police said one, Amos Richard 18. Atlanta University ,He is a
f" 1st place, Bell signed a written ure about town a year ago. He Dean, 18, of 261 NW 11th st, CASE STARTED IN 1966 member of Phi Beta Sigma Fra-
I confession Tuesday, On Wednes.. sang with a rock 'n roll quartetcall has already been definitely Identified The "Dade County School: ternity and Phi Mu Alpha Sin-
t day be confessed to a rape on "The Qu t1,." as one of three Negroes Case" as it is commonly known fonia.
1" June 20. The confessed murderer was who held up the American Travel 1 I. not new. It was started in 1956 Highlighting the program will
.. (Bell told police officers hej wounded In a gunfight in July Service 744 Biscayne Blvd., when six parents of Negro be the compositions of Ludwig
broke into the woman's home with a policeman, but' picked the for $658: on Saturday. children filed suit to have the Von Beethoven Participant' In
and attacked her while .holding lock on his leg Iron at Jackson Police plan to call in victims court's determine racial segre- the program will include Airs.
kN.- her- an4 her: husband. at bay with, Memorial, Hospital and escaped, Continued on page 13 Continued on page 13 SEE MU8JCAU, 601 REE-pug* 18 ,i,'-
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Mrs. Florence Hill ed Lola M Parker plaque for

Elected PresidentIota Woman being The'of the' Most Year Outstanding Mrs Crost- :
West Coast :1
wait admonished young women Liquor
Phi Lambda Sorority not to be afraid to pioneer. She ,;
closed its 21st National Conven- aho advised Totes to do ordinary -
tion in Miami this Wednesday, things extraordinarily well.

:,. ,_S with registration chewing the Scholarships for youngwomen Price War Hits HereA
.. '1I attendance of some 300 Totes interested In business educationis
.,,. ' : from the four corners of the U. S. the major portion of lota's 1
__ T 4c There were many outstanding education program. Each year a liquor price war that startedin a 'different story. They claim the
the and $UOOD scholarship Is ,given to I
features at convention Tampa and spread to St. big dealers are applying the
all who were present on Sundayfor the top scorer of a national test, Petersburg, Orlando and Fort pre:sure to sweat them,Into sell
the Educational Program at given by the Educational Testing Lauderdale has moved into the ing out. There U a great demand
St. John Baptist Church were Service In Princeton N. J. I
Miami area with package stores among the big chains for package -
well feted with inspiring words of This\ ;year's winner is Miss Mendath locations
cutting prices below wholesale store but the allotment .
M wisdom from the illustrious Mrs. Carolyn Bright costs. has beenfilled
Henrine Ward Banks. Mrs In addition to regular icholArihlpn -
and the only to get 11-
Iota girl Reason 'for the low prices i* way ,a I
Banks offered all Totes a challenge sponsored a now U to buy out.
cen.t4
1"tr' to be efficient from British West Africa who It believed to be: the fact that the someone
Also during the Sunday program taking business administration in big dealers are "getting wholesale The irnaH dealers have a J' t I
II; Mrs. Olive H. Crostwalt, a Fayeteville, NBC discounts on name brand felt the weight too much M yet
! MRS. FLORENCE M. HILL I member of Alpha Chapter In Iota is affiliated with the liquors by buying in huge lot*. because all sale prices art on. I
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PAGE 2 SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1958 I PUNPHUN I

By PHIL OSSOFER I

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The automobile is here to stay
Between The Lines. but old dobbin hangs on, mak
ing his mark in TV westerns and
GORDON HANCOCK on the race track. I enjoy the
By westerns occasionally, but don't
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to the "nag" at. home
money
The Tragedy of Race Prejudice II (I'm only fooling, sweetie1')
Speaking of the races, they tell
There U before me a copy of me every day is fodder day and
Look Maganlno of June 24. It when It rains It's mudder's day
carries an article: entitled "What Although horses lead a stable
They Did to me at Little Hock" life, they vary on the track. Some
by Mlnnlejean Drown, one of can run long distances, and others
the unfortunate young Negroes can't race furlong. This Is dis- I
cnuffht in the integration track-ing when bet on the latter
struggle' !in Little Rock.
I attempted to take .
once up "-'- ... -
riding, but was too fat .1
Minnie-es couldn't get Into the habit! I 'I After completing studies for, Oberlin Phillip Gehring, and the
ic happenings incident to the used to eat like a horse, but I the degree of master of music at world famous organist, E. Power
shame that Is now our nation's 14 lately I've lost my taste for oats.,' Syracuse University, Bernard Biggs.
the more there is revealed tho r I'I Hunter has returned home to Hunter will begin his first
baseness and meancss that eventually !Did you know that horses that spend a few weeks with his teaching job in the fall at the
stems from race prejudice lived next to each other were before Jackson State College in Jackson -
I mother, Mrs. Iva Hunter,
When the late world-famed historian '.. ",. called neigh-foors? beginning his work in the fall. Miss. There he will teach
It. Q Wells, said that I leave you with a "hot" tip organ, and piano as well as
race prejudice is the worst thingin I? Dtta Gordon B. Hancock . Broken Drum (can't be In 1956, Hunter received the classes in music history and
the life of mankind today, he beat!) Here's another, for your bachelor of music degree from music literature.
wo* putting It mildly. ?Minnie next trip to the track: the Oberlin Conservatory In
jenn's account of the treatment survival of democracy.No Oberlin, Ohio. Having received a
of th M young Negroes who attended Going to the races? John Hay Whitney Fellowship, ASTHMATICS!
Central High is easily one the real losers at Little Well, here's a tip; he attended the Syracuse Uni-
of the most sordid and sickening Rock were not those defenseless If you want to beat the (horses, versity for two years, doing his Want simple, effective relief from
stories ever told of nvan's Inmu- Negroes but those White students Take along a whip! major work (organ) under Prof. choking, racking bronchial asthmatic -
manity to man. And Although who spat upon them And tho I I Arthur Poister. Apart from stu- ,spasms Get genuine
these shameful things were done thing that made matters worse, _. .._... =-w dies at Syracuse, Hunter was Breatheaty see what you've
to humiliate those young Negroc was the patience and forbearanceand the ar anist and, choir-director been mining There's no substitute -
the! real catastrophic effects will i (good manners and courageof NEED MONEY? at the First United Presbyterian for original Breatheaiy Inhalant -
be manifested in the lives of those young Negroes, beset bya Church in Liverpool, N.Y. After and nebulizing Mt. Get
these young Whites who will beth terrible .mi tortunc. When a Then Hurry to The graduation' in June, he remainedto comfort by breathlngl Guaran-
men and women of tomor- man refuses to strike back when attend the first organ festival .
strtuck, he aligns himself !with Jamaica Candle ShopAt at Syracuse. Guest artists on the teed.J & J DRUG DEPT. STORE
row.This God and Time and Right; for festival included a graduate from 1410 N.W. 62nd Si. Miami. Fla.
writer\ has long contendedthat Jesus taught, the way! We can 6664 NW. 15th Ave.
the greater misfortune of afford to forget what happen ,
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Where hundreds are being helped klu krlI1 k sos7a h>aA..ralalwf. n xlsar .AAa.f salo fte w
rarl'udke and its civil concomitants to the (Negro students at Central
the Whit man's and weekly from the Jamaica Slewed
Is High and ponder what happened
not the Negro's. The cruelty and to those ,who poured out their Oil. and the Mystery dream seat' NOW! !
brutality and the mccmess and vials of wrath, of bitterness and JAMAICA SAM, Prop.
hatred t that Central High's hatred and ( Come I
young brutality and cruelty write or Call
White students heaped upon the i and human meanness. What is PL 8-1S54 Today Every Sunday OverWMBM
few young defenseless Negroes going to happen ro a country indi
who were seeking an education where parents prompt their
will go down in history as one children ,to be mean, Gild hatefulto .
of the greater tragedies of mankind their fellowman
But after all, these young .L
hating Whites are not to be blame Minnljean said the first morn-
J. B. SMITH Choice
The People' ,
\t but( their parents (who urged ing She attended school at Central
them on, and Gov. Faubus' who High, A White girl sat near
instigated violence inhe first and expressed pleasure at, seeing ELECTRICSERVICE THE SWINGINEST SHOW IN MIAMI
place. Minnljean in school and
wished her well But
Minnijcan You Pick t-We it
These beset young Negroes exhibited says that after that morning, that Electrical Contractor Play
an excellent spirit and young girl never said another 800 ON YOUR DIAL
'word to her those
practiced the "other cheek": during terrible HOUSEWIRING"Don't
teachings of Jesus Christ; end days. The heart of the young
Minnijean's final explosion can White girl was right but she cuts Call us" Broadcasting,with '1 Million MilliwattsDON'T
easily be understood and the was afraid. The thing that madeher PHONE NE 5.3058
sympathies of decent men and afraid is endangering the
women everywhere will be with Negroes, the Whites and our Night or Day MISS ITI!!! i
her. So when the NAACP made nation. Unless somehow race
awards to those young Negroeswho prejudice is destroyed; it will l>R I> dared to attend Central) destroy our great nation!
High it was doing a service to
the cause of righteousness'

nut there is something alarming SwitchbladesSale The Fabulous . .
in the situation that surrounded
('vqr: ts that transpired Curbed
at Central High The alarming

thing is not what happened to Washington (UTL) President JACKIE WILSONDanny
these defenceless Negroes but Eisenhower signed into
what happened to those p h o law a bill TuG day banning Inter-
them. So the awful
persecuted state shipment of switchblade
thing. tai nt happen to the Ne- knives the '
,crc** 00to the Whitest sand of( youthful' gangs.commonweapon ( Boy) (To Be Loved) (We Have Love)
herein lies the greater danger

Jn the Anal analysis the question -PLUS-
arises, NriU the White man's For Prompt, Efficient
hatred of the Negro do to him
what the German hatred ot the Srric JOE MORRIS AND BANDAT
Jew do to Germany? It is true
the feces wore slaughtered #s PhoiM PLaza 44909RUDY'S
Negroes may eventually be
ttaughircd by Negro-haters who TVRADIO
are on the march but it also aDd >- --
means foe end of democracy in
the earth Retort 1or not de REPAIR
mocrcy is fighting tor its life ia
the SOih Century world; and Guaranteed Service
*nat happened to MinnijcaaBrown
in LftUe Rxfc Central Pick up and Deliver THE PALMSIN

High just goes to show what 9 aum. to 10:50 pan.
dreadful odds our nation is fcjCit-
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complicating the problem of

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Mr. Maude Reid, left, Florida ',corre- Martin, Mary Britt, Marie Adams and MNI oM /NONDiu a THAN
spondent of the Pittsburgh Courier, and Mary Williams.

Garth C. Reeves, right, managing editorof The contest, now in (full swing in 'Dade ED EVER
the Miami Times, interview ''the "Miss and Broward counties, will !lend the two loNDoND Y

Silver Satin" contestants in the offices of lucky winners to New York. 0)) VAlUE I
National Brands of Miami. The (Silver Satin matching outfits were (

1 The ,girls are, left *o right, Margaret furnished by Perry's Department Store.lv' MwniUMaOw.llflwlRMNMMNN11.N/

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THERE'S NO GIN/ UKEGORDON'S

Youth-Ladies Dav Ana. 16


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Beauty . and the beast!
Yes . 'beauty and the beast
will be featured out at beautiful I In IOTII. 1PI lSllU1M lM;N ......'f. M t.I1J1 iJ LATLAST .
Miami Stadium during this JESCA Closes
present home stand of the Mar-
lins . for one Sunday August
17, beauty will take' the spot-
light when a Miss Miami Marlins Summer CampThe
beauty contest will be MId between -
games of the double
header between the Miami Mar- -
lins and Phil Cavarretta's Buf- Summer Day Camp of the
falo Bisons. Jams E. Scott Community Association Smith, Mrs. Malble Daniels, The
came to a close last Links of Miami, Mrs. Doc Me
Pretty, vivacious and pert week after eight weeks of suc- Murray, Mn:. Carrol Morrison, Available To Everyone
misses from numerous business cessful Day Camping. During this Roger Williams and the Housing
organizations In the Greater Mi- period more than 85 children enjOyed Authority' of Miami and Manage-
ami area will take the pitcher's the many: varied activities ment of Liberty Square.We .
mound to compete for the title offered. ,Highlighting our Day
of Miss Miami Marlins . plusa Camp were swimming cooik-outs,, would like to thank the LOTS FOR SALEOR
bevy of wonderful prize: that arts and craft and field trips. Miami Times, The Miami Herald
go with the honor. During our field trips campers and Daily News, Radio stations
enjoyed visits to the Miami Jr. WQAM, WFEC, WMDM, WGBS -
The beast ;art of the bargain MLI cum, Sheeting's Estate in and WKAT for their wonderful
. ? Well, we hate to call a Ft. (Lauderdale, a tour throughthe cooperation in announcing our
beautful Chestnut mare such as main branch of the Miami activities. HOME OF YOUR CHOICEIN
Miss Susie Q the Second a beast,
Public Library, Crandon Park The Fall-Winter activities of
but, this gorgeous equine will Zoo, Virginia Beach and an appearance JESCA will get underway in
be given away to some happy -
on WTVJ's Popeye
September, The activities: arc
youngster on Sunday, Aug. 24. Show. These trips were inspira- I
designed to meet the need of the
closest to
The youngster coming tional and educational to our
from the
entire
the actual weight of family pre- BeautifulRichmond
guessing campers. Also our Open House
Golden
school child to the Ager
Miss Susie Q the Second will
and exhibition when our camp-
Information concerning these activities -
himself (or herself) the
find
ers played host to a "Standing
obtained calling
be
may by -
proud owner of this beautiful Room Only" audience A most
the office of JESCA at PL
horse. unusual musical skit was pre- 74792.
but sented by the campers "Mu-ic HeightsFinest
:And . not only that, "
Man Come Out. The
the winner will be outfitted In campers Presiding Elders
wellas received their greatest thrill by
regalia as
cowboy
complete western caddie and I showing their parents and Community Living Especially Fo"'Child","
receive
a '
friends some of the thing j they Council 'Called
all the trimmings. I had made and done while at Day LOTS $1775 to $2950

Another Interesting highlighton Camp. Bishop S. L. Greene, presiding
this home stand of the Miami bishop of the llth Episcopal District Reasonable Terms
Marlins will be not one, but The camp personnel were as is calling the presiding elder -
TWO gigantic "Youth Days" for (follows: (Mrs. Juanita Newbold, of the state, In the Presid- HOMES $8350 to $35,000
the kid Saturday Aug. 16 and Miss Lenora John on, Mrs. Edna ing Elders Council, Monday,
Saturday, Aug. 23 . both kids' Stallworth, George Sweet, Joseph August 18 at 11 a.m. FHA.VA.ConventionalRICHMOND
days . for the youngsters to Williams, Frank Sweet, Mrs. This meeting will be held in
enjoy the games FREE of Elizabeth Sutton, Mrs. Robbie the 11. Y. Tookes Library' at Edward HEIGHTS OfFICE
charge . and have many Brown, Mrs. Bonnie Stirrup and Waters College.TALLAHASSEE .
chances to win beautiful and Archibald. G. Carey.
valuable prizes. 14520 Lincoln Boulevard
We would like to expreir our
Tickets are on rate for all appreciation to the many parentsand Dormitories Open Seven Days ''Week
freshmen a
for entering
. Marlin games at the stadium friends who visited us open
Florida A&M University for the
ticket office which Is open daily during our camping period. Also t.
friends and clubs 19 8- 9 school year at 9 o'clock .
from 9 ajn. the many kind
Saturday morning, Sept. 13 Dor-
contributions which
AND . Incidentally, Saturday helped that Lent quite a few worthy mitories open for returning up- Weekdays 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. :
Aug. 18 is not only Youth perclassment Set. 17.
children to attend our Day Camp '
Day but Ladies' Day, so, ladies, among them are: Atty. ''Henry Saturday and Sunday 10:00'a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
get the kid, and let's pack the Arrington, Luther O. Carey Mrs.
park, on Saturday Aug. 16, with Edna Grant Mrs. Cosine Anton, .
big pre-game show by the Na- Leonard Abbess, Mrs. Bonnie HARLEM SQUARE
val Air drill team at 1:30: pjn. Stirrup, Mrs.. Ellpha- Sawyer, SWEET SHOPA Phone CEdar 5-6262 i
Friendship Garden and Civic
Club, Sunshine Community Club PULL LINE OF GROCERIES Ask fort ,Mrs. Thelma Aranha, Mrs. Peterson or
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, The Mr. Ledford
COLD CUTS COSMETICS
RICHMOND HEIGHTS
Gardenia Circle, Mis Olive B.

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go shopping for souvenirs for the family. There are so KILLED 3 GETS,

many things available. It's a mistake to leave shoppingfor .

the last. However, we go and' and settle for perfumes, 3 YEARS

strawwork, figurines, etc. Frank Glascook 30, who rana
Right here let's thank Mrs. Lillian Gibson for a box stop si'jn' and! caused a tragic

of native candies. auto crash that! killed three rer-
sonr, was sentenced to three
Now to some of the folk we saw and met. in the state penitentiarythis
TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ELLIS At our hotel : Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Wilshere and two years week by Criminal Court

"The, Times Are Changed And We _Are.__ Changed u_ _,__ With__ __' -Them"Offlce ____ daughters, Joy and Jill of Lake Wales.. They spent a Judge. George Schultz.
----- --- 3.2236 week in Nassau and were quite pleased with their visit; Glaseock had been charged
1112 N.W. Third Avenue, Miami, Florida-Phone FR
at with three counts of
manslaughter : -
Plant at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone PL 4.6128 Mrs. Caroline Murray and Mrs. Elizabeth Elliott, both of .

--' -- .--- Baltimore, Md., Mrs. Rose Wynn, Petersburg, Va., Mr.: Judge Schultz entered the
Entered as Second CUss Matter, et, 1927, at the Post Office at and Mrs. Frank Cannon. Mr. Cannon a teacher at Jack three year sentence on one of

.. Miami. Florida-,-under--thll..--ict of March 8, 1876.. ,- sonville, Mrs. Cannon a teacher at Rainbow Park Elementary the counts and suspended entryof
sentence In the other two.
Locka.
Opa
Ft. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor ,
Also met: Dr. and Mrs. Russell Lane and daughter, Glascocfe was charged with
GARTH C. REEVES Associate Editor and Business Manager
running through stop sun at
a
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Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association assistant to the superintendent of schools in Indianapolis. crashing into a car occupied by

... Member. of the Associated Negro Press Nathaniel Adams, field executive BSA of West Palm the three victims, all white, -
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Beach ; Rev. John Reece and brother, James, of Key West. Fred G. Glanfield, 64, of 1245
SW 107th ave., his plant nur-
ONE YEAR $4.00 SIX MONTHS. $2.60 THREE.. _.MONTHS $1.50 Observed many new buildings some are hotels un- 'eryman son-in-law, Robert H.
--- --- -- der construction. Impressed with the new International Savilie, 38, of Orchard Park, NY

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" Airport and the new, customs building on Prince George's and his grandson, Robert Savllle
THE NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the world Jr., 11.
J dock. It is really modern. Officer C. C. Godet showed us
from racial and national antaglonisms when It accords to every man
regardless of race, color or creed, his human and legal rights. Hatingno over the building. MEMPHIS STATE
Saw Richard (Dick) Wallace driving around in his
man, fearing! no msn-the Negro Press strives to help every man
In the firm belief that all men are ,hurt as long as anyone Is held back. car that he took with him on his vacation. Also Gilbert COLLEGE TRIES
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Styles Nathaniel
Rolle and Mrs. Vera TO

YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKThis Wilson, John Hanna and niece, Florence, all of Miami. .BLOCK

We must stop here to catch the deadline, so aurevoir INTEGRATIONNASHVILLE

week found Ye Editor in Nassau, Bahamas. !
This is written in of the Olympia Hotel. President J.
column the lobby I M. Smith of Memphis State
We happen to be on an airplane loaded with beauticians..1 IT PAYS TO ADVERTISEDo University asked for a postpone-

They came in three flights on Friday afternoon, and 80 ment of admission of Negroes'
you know who Billy Dawes and Sam Prescottwere violence result if
or more arrived on Saturday morning by the s.s, Florida. saying might
? They accompanied Paul Revere on his famous ride they are admitted.
There were so many at the airport that it took longer to Smith asked the State Boardof
clear customs than it did to fly from Miami to Nassau. -but don't be ashamed if you didn't know. Education for a one-year delay -

However, that's hardly news, as it is well known that the Do you know who Kenneth McGowan and Dr. Ham- Eight Negroes have quali-
195 mile trip takes only 55 minutes. ilton were? No Well back in 1929 they wrote a book fied for admission .'next month.
based on the same material and the same type of inter- The school It under Federal
Don't blame the customs officials, they are courteousand :;I view that made Dr. Kinsey famous. efficient Then too, everybody at the airport seems immediately,
to be in good spirits. Have you ever heard of Mt. Elbert? Tch, Tch It is After hearing Smith the board

Peeping out of the custom house before we were one of 30 mountains taller than Pike's Peak. named a committee to study the

cleared there Magistrate Maxwell Thompson who You know about Paul Revere because he was adver- situation land report back Aug. 20.
was
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tised by Longfellow's \\classlc about his historic ride. The board's decision to admitall
said he was waiting to take us to our hotel (or to his poem applicants who passed a
home if we preferred,) Max is just that kind of fellow. You know about Dr. Kinsey and his books because he was standardized screening test came
publicized and McGowan and Hamilton were not. Pike's after its five-year gradual desegregation
On our way we did stop by and said hello to Mrs. Thompson
She is just another amiable individual like her husband Peak is,puny but you know about it because it has been plan was struck down
by the U.S. Sixth District Courtof
promoted.
Their, new home is commodious; it sits upon an Appeals.
If you invent a better mousetrap the world will NOT
eight acre tract. With Max was Barrister Livingston Memphis State currently has
Johnson. He is the son of Zack (Muddy) Johnson of Miami beat a path to your door unless you tell them why they no Negro students, although a

and is doing pretty well.A should come and how they can get there. Within the few Negroes have attended sev-
reading audience of this ideas eral other state colleges without
newspaper are and
many
big time was slated for Friday night at the Cat products that the world should incident.
know.
and Fiddle night club, but rain fell in the early part of Too business
the evening drenching the grounds and Cat and Fiddle many men cry about conditions when ARMY 'OFFICER
I I they are sitting on a product that the world needs. Too
had Rain checks given to than 700
to"scamper. were more
people miss their in life BEATS TIMMIE
patrons.. This, affair came off on Saturday. sell many themselves. goal because they fail to

Lafer, on the weather cleared and Charles North, ROGERS
Don't hide your light under a bushel basket. Tell the
travel'age'nt, and Ye Editor window-shopped Bay Street
world. In short, advertise.
and visited some of the hotels. Kaiserslautern Germany -
.. . Timmie Rogers, popular comedian -
North relieved his son, Quintin, who returned to Miami , --- -'--- and master of ceremonies fora

on Saturday morning. The Norths have been exceptionally troupe touring Army installations -

busy, but Charles took time out to join us as ti Dorothy Conducts this week charged that an
dinner guest of Cleveland H. Reeves (our brother) and Height Army major beat him up.

his son, Coleridge ; the latter arrived direct from New The Army announced that It
is making a thorough Investigation
York City on Friday. of Rogers charge against
North left on Sunday morning to make ready for Workshop for 300 Iotas Maj. Leonard Bailey of Salt

the Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, another group on their Lake City, Utah.
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post convention tour. They will be in Nassau this week- Rogers claimed that Bailey, on
end. A most educational and in- i the night of Aug. 2, accused him
I s I ririn? workshop was conducted of being late for a show at the
Sunday morning we worshipped at St. Matthew's by Mts Dorothv Height! president Iota Phi Lambda officers Club in Kalrerslautern
Church. Was pleased to see Fr. Addington Johnson and I cf the National Council] of j and struck and kicked htm.

to meet Mrs. Johnson, also Sister Lucy Claudette, NSSPSt. \!Jescro Women and a member' of Ends 21st Meet Here : The entertainer reported the
the YWCA's Personnel staff on : Incident! to Military Police that
Peter's Convent, Nassau. She is the first of her race to I Monday. Aug. 11'in the lower: nigh and later was treated at he
work: in the Diocese of Nassau ; also many old friends.Worshipping auditorium of the St. John Baptist Continued from page 1 Air Force hospital in Wiesbaden

at St. Matthew's always brings so many t Church. Council of Negro Women and has lor broken ribs.RICHMOND.

pleasant recollections; of our boyhood days and work in Much valuable information the distinction of being the only
that parish. 'A3s passed on to Iota orors in sorority affiliated with!\ the Na-
Spent the afternoon with our brother, then joined what respect< to leadership: and as to tional Ofljanizations of the Adult HEIGHTS
extent each member Education
Elliott Pieze of the Miami Times staff for dinner. Woundup b" mnr effective in the church can: plans call for association establishing Future a fellowship Finest community Living

the day's activities by attending Evensong at Christ c-em/nunlty/ : organizations etc. fund to help member'
Church Cathedral. Good leader hip, she cited is that take post-graduate courses.
which one ,gives of himself
as he
Monday a pretty full day. Spent over two hoursat Election
was -res the! ned, and that a group of officers was the
the House of Assembly and enjoyed the proceedings. ,vil! progress! if all the members closing feature of the convention.
Also visiting the House were Mr and Mrs. David Dobbs 'n-erg .henvplvss Jn the role and I The officers for the year 1958-

and son, David, Mrs. Mary Lou Belcher of Miami and realize the sem of being involved. 59 are:
Sha advl' that
all
Mrs. Ruth B. Orr of Tallahassee. In organization cd read the persons President> Mrs. Florence M
publication -
Joined Miss Cynthia Davis (our niece) for dinner, "Leadership" in the 20th S5,1i Ethel, ; first K. Greene vice ; Mrs.President Charlie Mrs.M.

i then spent the afternoon with our brother and Cynthiaat Century Jones Toledo Ohio, national
the Paradise Beach. Dee? concentration as centered treasurer; Mrs. 'ZenotoU
the Terry,
on que'tion of "What the
Tuesday morning visited the Magistrate's Court, Iota Woman cnn do in promoting Atlanta Mr Ga. dean of pledges;
Magistrate Thompson, presiding. Also visited St. Mary's integration. Miss Height especially : Ann L. Ivy Journalist.

Church A new bell tower has just been completed, and I ]] encouraged higher education Among social activities tendered -
the bell that has stimulating! youth to take the\ visitors was a MeetYourDate
hung from a large pine tree for about advantage of available job i -

two years, will again be placed in the tower. emphasizing the need opportunities the Carver party Hotel Saturday Starlight night Roof on,

During the afternoon we were back at Paradise Beach to invite youth to all public educational .I I a bus tour of Miami Beach followed -

enjoying swimming. This time we were accompanied by programs and utilizing' by a reception at the palatial -
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cannon and Coleridge Reeves. The their potentialities. She indicated home of Soror Dana D.
that indu try is now distributing Chapman In Liberty
City and
Cannons are honeymooning.Late the best material on leadership -''the convention formal dance
afternoon enjoyed a ride to South Beach and I Tuesday night at Bayfront Park
dinner at the Grand Central Restaurant, as guest of Ro- ,Miss Height concluded by iglv- Auditorium
int: a most informative demon-
Donathan.
land '
stration on the history and The 'group was entertained at
Tuesday evening we were guest of Dr. and Mrs. growth of the National Councilof Virginia Beach on Thurrday,

Kenneth Rodgers and family. Saw a very interesting Negro; Women, which the I courtesy of the host cha.:ter,
movie'at\ the Capitol Theatre, followed by an outing. soror enjoyed Immensely. Gamma Alpha of Miami. On Friday
"Fox Hill crowds including I the group will Journey to
Tuesday was Day", the usual Nassau for a well
many visitors enjoyed the festivities. This is an RICHMOND HEIGHTS earned rest. GET YOUR

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MIAMIANS ANDvout 0' ,'own- College at St. Augustine during ,
ers, alike, are plenty riled over I the summer to return home an f
the embarra smcnt suffered, 'A' student. j
when, durlnij the weelc, a local '
Negro patrolman stopped a con- ft CALVIN DAVIS and hit I :
vention motorcade, tongue- mother are enjoying their vacation -I
lashed them severely then escorted stay in Nas au with relative
the group down to headquarters *. Calvin is the hu'b nd on
for booking. Seems a Nurse Gwendolyn C group of Iota visitors conveninghere Jackson Hospital nurse I I
during their National con-
clave, were headed to Liberty 0 FORMER MIAMIAN, Harold
City on a sightseeing and plea- Feiijuson Jr., his wife, Maria, and ,
sure tour when the incident occurred daughter, Janice, are here from
Winston-Salem, NC, on a two
weeks vacation. The: trip i ,

9 UP TALLAHASSEE Way houeguesting with the Raymond "
folks are saying that pretty Joyce Heasties in Brownsville! Young : :
Davis, daughter of Miami's prom- Ferguson is the count} omv: 5' ;
inent dental politico, Dr. and probation officer while his love
Mrs. Ira P. Davis, and Bill ly 'wife teaches in the county
Oakes, fellow FAMU collegian, school system.: try
are an elopement duo.
True or 4 1
ale? 0 THE TRANSFIGURATION'Ssecond
'1\, annual Patronal Festivalwas 4
held last Sunday morningat 'S\
O JUST TO PROVE that his 11 o'clock with activities taking -
supposedly 'death was some place at the home of Mr

thing of a hoax, Father Divine.' and Mrs "Edwin Rogers, 2571 Illlnol ,Gov. 'William ,G, Strat* with the lieutenant'' badge of ored." ,Lieutenant Patton, +a Chi-
is reportedly considering the NW 152nd Terr. ArchdeaconJohn ton ,iplns lieutenant bars on State authority Gov, ,Stratton said: cagoan, has been ,A member !of
purchase of a motel somewhere E. Culmer was in charge. Trooper Sergeant Robert M. "I am proud to announce thl* '.p. ; the Illinois //State iPoIke' since
down on the Keys. The spot Patton rfi the (State Capitol, as polntment. Lieutenant ,Patton Sept. .10, j1951. He was promot- I
will be used as another 'heaven'by 0 ELKS BIG-WIG iBooker T. Director of Public Safety JosephD. thus become the first memberof td from the 'ranks *io ,sergeancy
the famed cultist. Dunn departed for Harlem on Bibbs presents the trooper the Colored race to be .o hon on Aug. 1, 1965.-ANP, ;
Thursday on an extended vaca-
O ,ROSE DAME'S Mercy Hot. tion trek. Stopovers at Philly

pital cntry: last Sunday turned and Washington' ill Attendanceat Florence, daughter of Mr, and
I'HE MIAMI TIMES -'The Peoplea' Newspaper
out a brief :tay Rushed down to the Elks National Conventionare Mrs. Carl Hanna
were
among
the Brickell Ave. Bayside dispensary -
Rose was found to be travelling included Itinerary.in his two weeks SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1958 PAGE 5 Miamian: in Nassau last' ,week

suffering from an attack of gas. .. _.. .,
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EDWARD WAKE, second ----_--- RICHMOND HEIGHTS
I 0 Williams chose Jacki onvllle to
prize winner 'n| the Miami News spend some time with relatives Especially for Children
i II F: Tangle Town Puzzle Contest, before returning to the liallc of
gifted his son in New Jersey Ivy, but Gilbert Styles decidedon Personal Mention
with the 1958 Bel Aire Chevvy Nassau where he'll visit fora
he won along with $2,000 In.cash week or 10 days.O .
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0 M. L, WHITE, reportedly an 1IAHLEA1IAMIAN Helen Mr and Mrs! Leo A'bury' Sr., C9th st, daughters of Mrs. Elizabeth VH VET TOUCH
Amsterdam News lensman, was Fisher, dawn to spend four and son, Floyd, left on Thursdayby Houston! 'returned a few
down from Near York City focusing weeks with relatives in Coconut auto to attend the 'graduation days ngn from a 30-day vacation
activities during the Na- Grove, planes out for Nassau of their son, Leo, Jr, from Tus-I visiting; Cincinnati, Detroit, Ni- >D
tional Beauticians and Iota Sorority Sunday to Join in celebratingwith kegce Institute in Alabama Aug egan Falls) and Canada They
conclaves. the Iota Phi Lambda mob 15. were visiting another sister
of females visiting the Island. Arvelln Black of Detroit They

O ACCORDING TO: D. T. Ken. Mrs. Luella Black and childrenof reported a very pleasant and enJoyable -
nedy of the Opa Locka Detective 1411 NW C'Jth Terr and MisCoitne trip.
Patrol, Metro candidates Nolan 0 THAT'S IT, FOLKSI Manning of 1430 NW
and Huttoe, both promised to use Stft. Fred N. Seymour of Nas-
their power and influence, if su's Constabulary, is in the city
elected, to get a swimming pool on H few week] vacation Sgt
for the kids of the Bunche Park I CITY AND DISTRICT CHAMPS I Seymour. In charge of the( Eastern -

sector in Opa Loeka. Di trlct Police Station, h the
"" hrtust'KUflst of relative, Mr and
0 REV. DAVID .McCULLOUCH Mr. Il'rc.-d Seymour' !13GO( NW
is negotiating to get his Ebenezer 5'h ave.
Junior Choir a singing spot on

radio station WMBM Mrs Ma- I V ,f,' G'orla Graves, Liberty 7
rian Thompson is pianistdirector C'f'; ,'1l It mcntary fifth ruder, and
of the group. ',ate htr ft Jim and Nellie

Graves, celebrated her IWh ;J
,
ANNA GRACE 'SWEETING, L a !t birthday Tuesday, Aug. 12.
the A. L. Lewis elementary Friend and well wl hers Joined
schoomarm! returned home early jvltb Gloria's godparents, Vernon To Wake Up
this week from her summer )' s fit. Raban Mr. and Mrs Arthur
Jaunt to Ohio. The Miamian ha T*" Jones, Mrs. Daisy Reid, Mr.
two uncles in Youngstown who ;'rr'I'tt' Cordon and her parents
hosted her during her stay in In wl<:hlnrl the celebrant a hap' SlPY[[ WAIIon

the Buckeye state. C tc IiA py birthday.

ft "WIN YOUR LOVE FOR ME" 'r Fth"1 Le Motyan, owner
the Sam Cooke 'dill v' on Keen I of House of Morgan: Beauty
label can be identified as the. Shop, Baton Rouge, La, was n
calypso tune sung by Sonny Til vi, Rot during tho National lf<<4t
and the Oriole' quartet during Beauticians convention> Shu
the first version of Cab Gallo was very much impressed with
way's Cotton Club revue on Miami he Miglc City and expressed a eta 64e4DEEP I
Beach. The song was featured di('sire! to return teq _
by the group while the - PENETRATING
red-headed vampire, aucv Sal- \
Dr. and Mrs. D H. Atkinson: S
ly Blair, disrobed from one costume j
to another while being Sr., of Griffin, Oa, ara. spending: : SCALP CONDITIONERRegular
circled the singing 'Island n l short vacation with their son Size $1.25
by
Returning home from consecutive end diughter-ln-Jaw, Dr and
men.' Nothing has happened here
wins In Fort Lauderdale Mrs. Benjamin H Atklti: on Jr.
like it since. ; I RICHMOND HEIGHTS of UrownsvllJo. The senior At- C VELVET TOUCH
having cut down all opposition HAIR CONDITIONER-
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ESDAMES I
p R 0 N A In the Broward County area, the Finest Community Living national dental meeting in Pitts Regular Size $1,50
CLARK and Beatrice Miller with Dixie! Park baseball nine, a groupof burg and returned to Griffin on ((60 Application)
their kids, teamed u? to spend youngsters nut of Miami, won I I Monday. Mrs, Atkinson will
two weeks vacationing in New spend another two weeks here. I VELVET TOUCH WATER
York City. The foursome Is due the baseball District Championship -- REPELLENT PRESSING OIL

back this weekend.to their bulbbys; :onetime conquered. Previously the City the Playground team had I BEST :NEW AREA The Tlev O. E. Turner a11dchlldr' Price $1.00

Championship!' with a record of n. Christine, Yvonne and
O ROSELLA DAVIS, the 9 inns against 2 los Brownsville cutie who spends I wins are the first for Dixie Park I for Allen U to attend ccm- CREME SHAMPOO-
her !winter. working on a degree I In the history of playground 3 Bedroom CBS mt"ncc'Y\tnt exercises of daughter -
at BethuiM-Cookanan College competition. The tenm h coached Ola: PInder Fitzpatric Price 60 1
by Roderick Silva and Leo' 4 years old on 2 lots
assists medico Bernard ', Leroy At All Beauty Shops and
Ru sell. of New York, a
Chariff ai office receptionist Tile roof, carporte, hard
Store
Order
Drug or Direct
months. former Miamian, arrived last
during: the summer Frontr row ((1 to r) Fletcher! i
Saunders, Carl Crawford, James i wood floors, yawning windows ,:I Saturday to ;end two weeks Money Back Guarantee
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vacation as guest of his sister,
0 PIANIST CHARLES GIBBS, Postell, Paul McElroy, Gregory) fruit trees, rear fence Mr Vernell P. Albury,
formerly of the u Florida 4- Johnson. Second TOM: Richmond I I Sabrosol Laboratories

piece dance band, has left the Young. Alphcnso Goidwlre, Na-I 1581 N.W. 55th Ter. !Mrs Vera De'eveaux, mans- I P.O. Box 6175, Stat B
outfit for a fling at land travelin thanlM Ray, Carol Williams, Leroy ser of BrowMvllk'! Beauty Salon I Miami 36, fla
the states. -. Williams, Andrew Cleare. I I
;" it spending o 15-days vacation -
AWAY FROM COLLEGE Not shown in picture are In Nassau with her sl'ter, "
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classrooms for the past 10 years, Ho'lfield, E. Harris,* A. C'I USE OUR CLASSIFIED, Mrs Bernice Lloyd and friends,j
Mrs. Woodrow Parks returnedto J. Randell, Tyrone Sands, Drive
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Florida Normal and Memorial Armstrong, A. Wbyms, COLUMNS FOR RESULTS! 1 I,.,. John! Unna., and his niece . Carefully. ;... "
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After finally realizing his Colonic I Irrigations, Electronic Spot Reducing, Electronic
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Robeson is creating crowds and
Bethune Cookman doing big business where he goes. Sue Harris, R.N., P.T., Director Willie C. Coffee, Masseurer

His British concert tour opens
with a recital at famous Albert Phone FR 3-3381 276 N.W. 6th Street

Hall Aug. 10 and from then on SUITE NO. 118 IN THE SIR JOHN ,HOTEL
The 1958 Summer School Ses-
sion of Bethune-Caokman Col- -it's a completely! booked Itin- I
until mid-December. .
lege came to a successful close erary I
Saturday, Aug. 9 with)\' Commencement lIe's already done a TV showa
exercises at lqa.m.'\ 30 minute program called A"K" a eFurnished assas ssssacEsafc,
the
"Paul Robeson Sings" -
0:1EL
Dr. Benjamin E. Mays, president
of "Sunday
next will be as star
of Morehouse College, At-
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address.lanta, delivered the commence- TV Night commercial at The Palladium program here.a top ApartmentsAS

Meanwhile, Robeson's agent,
Degrees were conferred upon, Harold Holt is trying to get pianist LOW AS
DORADO, Kansas, Times: 16 graduates ,by Dr. Richard V. ,
Lawrence Brown to Join
'Teachers are going to get a Moore, president. Three outstanding -
break through new Treasury educators received citation the singer for concerts. It will $19.95 week
be reunion for the three,
Department ruling which will for meritorious service in a grand per
them refunds retroactive to as Mr. Holt arranged previous
give the field of education, civic enterprise -
and including 1964 for sums they and Human Relations; concerts, for Robeson abroad LIGHTS GAS & WATER INCLUDED
where Brown acted as accom
spent for advanced training namely: Mrs. Delia M. Parker,
courses each summer . "This Gainesville, Mrs. Lucille Brown panist. Select Your Own Brand New Furniture Which
action should serve to make So happy is Robeson over his
James of Orlanda, and Dr. C. S.
teachers more eager to increase Williams of Jacksonville. current success, he wishes now Becomes Yours
to play his famous role in "Othello" -
their proficiency in future years, The summer commencementseason
and will :be a (benefit to pupils: was highlighted with a which he did in London in
throughout the country as !Well! senior and Alumni Breakfast in 1930 and more recently on Unfurnished pts.t $14 week

as to the nation itself" Faith. Hall and the "at _home__ _: with.. Broadway.
-- m ----
the president tea"
WAUR1EN! 1 N.Y., Citizen Herald I The following persons receivedthe Ghana Receiving SEE SAM B. SOLOMON AT
: "Forty' years ago it took only baccalaureate degree:
in UN Aid
one hundred ,horsepower to keepa Bachelor of arts decree' in $241,000 BONDED COLLECTION AGENCY
combat In the air. Today it music: Violette Geneva Williams; UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. -
takes 250 horsepower to carry a bachelor of arts in social! science, The executive board of the UN
110-pound' female to the corner Alfreida Baisden Johnson; bach- Children's board revealed last 1163 N.W. 3rd AVENUE PHONE FR 3-8416
grocery." elor of science degree in ele- week that Ghana has received I

mentary education, Blanche C. $241,000 in aid for basic mater- m "; ,' ::: ,JI '.:!J,!. 'I'r :c:,
TERRE HAUTE, Ind., Tribune: Byrdsong, Josephine Dillard, nal and child welfare services,
"Ghost (writing and ghost think-, Dorothy Everett, Oriska Gwen- malaria survey, yaws control, .
__
ing are producing an ersatz dolyn Johnson, Shirley Ann leprosy control.In )t.
American culture which can only Johnson, Louise J. Lewis, Win- connection with yaws con-
signify decline in the quality' of ston Joel :McGill! Jean Delores trol, UNICEF is providing trans- OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU

literature and of thought . Mitchell, Eula' Lee Taylor; port, injection equipment, and
Apparently the great majority of bachelor of science degree in penicillin for an expanded mass SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
speeches given toy eminent men physical education: Wesley Al- campaign against yaws, ( to !be
in politic, business and other britton Jr, and Lavon Van Wil- coordinated with similar campaigns PSYCHIC READER
fields are ghost written . How liams; bachelor of science degree in surrounding countriesin
can we expect to deepen American in science: Clem Cornelius West Africa.
culture, to lift the level of Benton Jr., and William Saffron, in P F fri'oMI .
American education, to impressthe bachelor of science degree in social I'I nvS'-wF'M"' ..
world with the spiritual val- science: Colin Reiago Wal- 'I
ues in American life, when this ton. YOU LIVE BETTERELECTRICALLY HEIMKLet
form of patent insincerity is ram I
pant?"

must always do battle, at the I
LONDON, Ohio, The Madison ballot box and in he public
Press: "Independent electric forum
power companies and their association -
WHEN YOU
are ,being penalized, by OLYPMIA. Washington, Daily HEAT
the Internal Revenue Service because Olympian: "That now famous WATER Ei$:, Y 1.RdrrwR
some of their advertisinghas recret meeting of top national t
attempted to explain the gangsters last Fall in Apalachin,
Issues in the private versus public New York, must have been the ELECTRICALLY!
power fight . Doesn't ,private biggest 'mass gathering of crimi-
industry' have the right nal leaders in world history . .
possibly, the duty to inform, "The fellow}'! who didn't make Efodric water tatting boN all my years of Experience guide' and protect you through Lifeas
the public about issues that the Apalachin guest list probably other methods for having around a Lighthouse
guides the In
might affect the survival or eco doesn't have much of a future th.-elotk, around...hovt hot ship a storm

nomic well-being of that industry in crookdom. 'He'd better( wafer service because It', WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME
? look around' for another ,game. Sofat a Clean.t
He might even try going .; Coofat SlmptatQwopttt For Success in Business And Love
BIRITGlHrrON, Pa., IThe News- straight." CONSULT HERO -
Tribune: "Doctors in municipally
operated Vienna hospitals! wenton TERRE HAUTE, Ind., Tribune See yow app f M d.otr! NOW You can now have your home made happy
a stride for higher pay-tout Star: "James R. Hoffa's proposal t Get anc! Hold the position you so long wanted
patients had to stay on the job." to weld the nation's land, sea Don't Stay in the rut. get out now

and air transport unions into a By the help of God she can help
ONTARIO, Oregon, Argus- solid alliance is not going to encounter you
Observer: "Volumes have been, smooth sledding! . Remove evil influence if
sick worried
you are ; or in
written about/ the litterbug-and Some indication of the difficul
everyone is against him, of ties ahead was contained in a troubleIt
course. The thing that most of statement by Guy L. Brown
us don't realize, though, is that grand chief engineer of the, ; will pay you to call and see this Gifted Medium First

we all have a little of the litterbug < Brotherhood of Locomotive' Engineers Where thousand come yearly for help and advice, you too can
in us Most of us, without Brown' told the! 70,000 be touched by this strange mysterious
thinking, will! drop a small pieceof members of his union that he opposes power
trash, like an empty cigarette joining any such amalgamation WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPY

package or ice cream 'bar of organized labor The same God who delivered Moses and the children of Israelof '
wrapper, on the ground and strength. His fear of the consequence old le still alive
today and will
walk away from it. It's not intentional in open a way for you through
was summed up a sen
!, it's Just done." tence that merits wide-spread the troubled seas of life. Let not him that Is blind lead you or

public attention: 'I firmly believe you stumble with him.
VIRGINIA, Minn., Mesabl that if this ji'an for organizing
Daily News: "Churches, the all the tran,port unions into Do you doubt the existence of things because you cannot see
homes and the school? appear to one large group .is adopted, the them
be fighting not much better thana orsrarvbstlon! become What do
: might so you think of the Invisible
wave. and
sounds that make
holding action for the mindsof
powerful that it could result in
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Culturists League- Convention ;1 1By Dining NOW OPENFine Room NOTIi


(DOROTHY SANFORD
:Foods at popular
Meeting concurrently "with the person one would like to have THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper" Prices
for friend.
NBCL wa: the National Assoc- a

iation of Tonsorial Artists with Some Virginians were Mes- SATURDAY, AUGUST ((16, 1958 PAGE 9 Specializing v '

some 25 delegates in attendance. dames Willie Whitten of Ports- Businessmen's Lunch

According to H. M. Morgan, mouth, native of Concord N C.. AIR CONDITIONED
president of the Tyler Barber and granddaughter of the first Everglades is being planned for ,
College Chain (Tyler, Houston: colored Lutheran, pastor in that the Juveniles of the Grand United COCKTAIL LOUNGE''

and Dallas, Texac; Little Rock, state, Rev. Peter Koontz. Mrs. Broward r4I I' Order of Pall Bearers No 81. A. We
Arkansas, and New York City) Mazie Lamb, Norfolk, prcUdent ,0. Henderson, conductre: )cater to private partiesand

and of two Beauty Colleges, the of the Norfolk Chapter and County 1 banquetson

group was organized last year in chairman, National Social Ser- our '"Starlight Roof"

Texas. Mr. Morgan is pretident vice Committee NewsBy RICHMOND ,HEIGHTSBuy
of the national body.

Pretty Lola Wallace with the your lot low-build later
So pleased to renew acquain- ,
tance with !Mrs. Shanks of At- gorgeous gray hair. Also spec- For*Sale By
tacular Mrs. Mae Muldrow of
aunt of the Fannins El- Walter Bowl
lanta, -
New Jersey whose purple hair SUM MONS
mira, Rosa and Alonza of Miami and ,bright colored high fashion LOTS FOR SALE
she of the
When won one major
attire all with matching colored 2-bedroom stucco home 1794
Melvin F. Rolle Jr., of Nas anis ,
prizes:: given by one of the exhibitors Terms
hose made her Easy
her a point of attrac- visiting his brother and fam NW 74th Terr. Price 7950.:
co-workers laugh-
tion. Ai-o: noticed a platinum all- Build on your lot Down payment $750, $75 per
ing said "no fair." She has won fly, Mr. and Mrs Samuel Curryof
transformation
over in the bouf- month.
or mine
every prize offered in her own fant mode at the Salute to State Hallandale.
home town during the past year! Presidents affair. We take care of financing PROPERTY
(Edna and Elaine Missick oi
NO MONEY DOWN
Some delightful Georgia dele- From Washington, D. C. Mrs. Nassau will visit their uncle and Frame duplex, 2 bedrooms each

(gates were Mrs. Helen Louise Ada T. Palmer, formerly of aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Minis Cash paid lor your lots or side, at 3249 NW 53rd St Price

Young, Columbus chairman of Cleveland, owner of a' large shop 410 NW 9th St., Hallandale home $8,500, $750 down and $75 a
the State Artistic Board; Miss: there. I month
.
Georgia State of 1957 and Miss The of Johnnie L. Cox Baron, JE 81340NEAR

Columbus, Georgia' in 1956; 2nd Mrs. Priscilla Dean Lew-, 1st was shipped to Albany, Ga., last For these specials call

anti-,basileus, Tau Chapter, dean of the Institute of Cosme- week for funeral services. He was

Theta Nu Sigma. And doas she' tology and Miss Theta Nu Sigma the brother of Mrs. Verdell Cal- 58TH STREET Summonsday

love to dance I . '. Ileen Batey, I herself, who attended as special loway of Carver Ranches Down or night
August, a national demonstrator: guest of the National president I $995 Phone in 4-2448-iHI 8-0173

to that master hair sylist, Bill Mrs. Katie Wickham (now Star Light Lodge No. 524 will 1 MORTGAGE PAYMENT

Simmons. Has won award as Chapman), Mrs. Lewis lectured meet Friday night, Am?. 15 at Newly painted, 2-bedroom CBS.

neata.t beautician in the Institute each morning on the convention 8 pm. at the Masonic Temple on Stove, refrigerator, hardwood - ,,]
of Cosmetology for the past theme, "Beauty is Contagious" Pembroke Road All members floors, tile roof. EZ terms. See I I'-it

three years. She Is pretty, too . She is owner of a school in Indianapolis are asked to be present today. $13,500 total.

Mrs. Beulah Hunter, presidenof .
local 108, Atlanta and super- Mrc. A. O. Henderson will DUPLEX CBS DUPLEX BlancheGalloway

visor of Southern Region (Ga, .JThe first president of the handle the delivery of the Miami $1,495 Cash
Ala. Fla. N.C. and S.C. Mrs League, Mrs. G. M S. Young of
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Times until her son, Therun, returns Beautiful .1-bedroom apartment
Memphis, Wal; a guest of the
Gertrude Pearson, Georgia State from his summer vacation.For .
each !side. One side (furnished.
National as was Mrs. B. M. Ford,
business
delegate and managerof delivcrey of call
your paper
Local' 108 representing 52 Albany, N.Y., who is proud of YU 3-2856. $13,500 total. ,
.
4-BEDROOM CBS
shops Also Evelyn Burrls and her record of 33 consecutive yearsas

Ludie Daniels, Atlanta, and from a member of the League. The Pearly Gates, along with $795 Cash Proudly I PresentsFor

Augusta, !Mesdames Carrie Bell] Value-packed home. Equippedwith
From Lou dana, Mrs. James the Ford All Stars will rendera
Williams and Claudia Jason. stove Jalousied The 2nd And Final
refrigerator.
Dyson of Franklinton, 2nd vice program Sunday night, Aug 17 '
Charming Mrs. Willie F. Smithof president of the Louisiana State at New Macedonia' Baptis porch plus carporte. $13, OO total. SMASH WEEK

organization. Mrs. Isabelle Gant, Church. You are cordlaly invited -
Greensboro, NX!., native of HOUSE BEAUTIFUL
Durham and an \Alpha Kappa basileus of Chi Chapter and '

Alpha soror, who moved up from owner of a school in New Or- Womenfc! Day was highly enjoyed $1,995 Cash DonIppilito

6th to 4th National vice presi- leans. at Macedonia last Sunday. Lovely 24>edroom CBS Largo

dent. Other North Carolinians: Mrs. Jo-Lena Boykins, ownerof Thanks to all the visiting ladies rooms, stove and refrigerator,
Rosa Davis' Wilmington, finan- beauty supply house in and others who worshipped with plus many extras. Must *ee to
cial secretary, N.C. State Association a us. Please come again, Rev. N appreciate. $14,500 total.
Dallas Texas, for the past two
;
of Cosmetic Art; Mrs T years and president of the Dal- II Phillip;, pastor; A. O. Hen- Gold Coast Realty
Y. Dixon and Mrs. Roxanna
derson, reporterBacktoschool
las Beauticians. She tells that
Pitts both of Winston Salem 4301 N.W. 2nd Ave.
AND HIS 10-PIECE
the Dallas ,group owns and operates .
(they both knew our Helen Fisher a private club for the picnic at Port PL 1-2426 JAZZ BAND ,'
YWCA work in
when she did
that town The Beckwiths of members. We raw the building! Last chance to be here In
) while in Dallas cut did not have
,
Miami. Don't mlu this
Charlotte neighbors to ou.
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time to visit the premises.
friend and classmates Mrs. Eliz- great band.

abeth Sfchmoke Randolph who The Little Rock representative Fortune Teller Does The UnbelieveableThis

moves up to a prlncipalship In was Ma, Rose M. Smith, secre- ALL OF THIS ,10 PLUS

the Charlotte schools this fall. tary to the Arkansas 'Beauticians statement was made by A Gala, Star Filled

Petite, attractive Catherine Association and executive board Cleve Corbin of Chattanooga, Stage Show
memlbpr. We are now up to date Tenn.

Miller, secretary at the Bronnei and on Toledo, Ohio, and our friends I I "I had been to many fortune- Pinkey Roberts
House
Bros. Beauty Supply
there through the courtesy of
tellers who called
and gypies,
Mme. Carrie Cargo, Savannah, Mi, Gladys Jones Herron, executive -I i themselves Indians but they took The Fashion Plate, M, C,
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friend of Miami's Edna Bailey
board member and president , my money and never did me direct from Larry Statle'a
Williams. Mme. Cargo has owned
of the Ohio Association. any good. A newspaper Editor Smart Affaireof 1058.
a beauty :chool for over 25
She Is also owner of a school. told me about Doc Anderson and
years. N. H. Bronner whom we She practically grew up with our showed me where I could order PLUS That ExcitingNew
met during the Orange BlossomBeauticians'
Brassfleld. a double offer from him of Fast DancerBABILU
State Convention 2
Luck Biblical meets e (Rev. 84.
years ago, was equally enthusiastic The Royal Beauty Supply
Psalms 16 and 23)) with a LUCKY '. .
the of Hou supplied professional
over improvement e
Inside the Mezuzah
NUMBER
and -
hi: product he over the for the Institute and
as was equipment the beautiful Luck Charm, Held over for 3rd Meek
efficiency and good looks of his the demonstrator on a complimentary BeautlfufShirley
which has the promise God madeto
staff He modest but as basis.
was
Moses inscribed Irtide, (Deut.
pleased Bill Simmons I Elliston
as punch over .
winning the manufacturers' Saw two delegates, with attrac. 6 V 4.9)). It Is worn by millionsto

trophy for hair styling.As live trophies. When we asked turn away Evil Influences and Electrifying Singer (
were Informed that they were bring Good Luck.
to hair stylist William B. two of some half-dozen given at My luck sure did change and NEW SHOW TIMES

Simmons who recently completed the graduation exercbes for I was able to tee Doc Anderson Clevt Corbin Thur. Mldnlte Ramble

teaching a short course In masters thesis written on the In his office and how glad I I 12 Mldnlte
counetology at FAMU and who subject: Beauty Culture, its em- am that I did so. I had been blind for three years end had been to
loves us here In Florida, there ployment advantages for men many doctors, but they didn't do anything for me. After visiting I II FfU Sat., aunt 10:30 1..

are no proper words to describe and women. The two recipientswere Doc Anderson few times my eyeeizht camo back and I thanked Sun. 9.11.1TABLES

him. This Bostonian, who is with M-, Bessie Mae Ransom I I God that he had helped me through this wonderful man Doc Ander- FREE
doesn't claim to be a medical doctor, but he put his hands on me
son
Rose Meta in New York, 1$ an Dallas and Mrs. Marian Crow-
Since I have been to him my nature has been restored
and prayed.
der Columbus. we
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hair
authority on styling; a ,
and now I am very happy in my love-life and am successful ,
columnist for the New York Age;
Is a contributor to the trade It was a pleasure to spot check financially in every way II | JIMJAM
Trade hairstylist members of this 22,000 organization am putting this In the paper of my own accord 'to help others
magazine for"Beauty several Broadway; which ha brought beauty who might need to go and see this wonderful man to straighten out |
and culture to our group thru their lives. Doc Anderson can 'do any special work you want done. i
chows; has made movies and ap- out the world. TO ORDER his double offer send $0.00 plus 6c pottage or pay post
peared on TV and over radio in man $6.00 plus charges. $6.00 is the price of his double offer only, "
the Interest of his work. UD was
not his price for any personal work. To see him !in person call
truly fascinating to watch 2-9719 lor appointment or write DOC R. C. ANDERSON, 302
and For the finest in . i CANAL
working so deftly quickly,
Weft Gordon Ave., Rossvllle, Ga. "Doc" Anderson would appreciateIt ,
explaining .the processes ued, if you would not call after 10:00 o'clock at night or before 8:00:
tatting in a well modulated
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o'clock In the morning.
voice. His red hair looking amaz-

ingly well with the pink cordu- Products 1900 N.W. 75th St.
roy jacket that he wore. His

quiet air of authority and his Call Charles S. Lassiter Phone PL 0-8651
pleasing personality made him a
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ST. JAMES BAPTIST NEW MT. CALVARYRev.

323 N.W. 14th St. W. P. Tarpley, pastor

Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor Edna E. Thompson, reporter
i Sunday Services

Sunday School........... 9:30: a.m Sunday School was opened'at
Morning Worship ........ 11:00: a.m the usual hour by the superintendent -

BTU ................................ 5:30: pan. with singing, "What" A
t Evening Worship ............ 7:30: p.m Friend We ,Have in Jesus, and
CfUtrd Visitors always welcome repeating the Lord's Prayer. We
n to had in our Sunday School the

me NEW BETHEL BAPTIST Rev.minister.A. J. King, the missionary

1571 N.W. 68th Terr.
Rev. G. Jones, pastor Remark on the lesson 'by Rev.

-. Sunday School........... 9:45: a.m. A. J. King. Morning devotionaland

v Morning worship .................. 11:00: prayer service wa: led by
GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. Evening worship .....?............. 7:30: Deacon Slaughter and it was enjoyed -
by all. The morning ser-
. THE MIAMI ES-'Tbe People1 Newspaper" James Culmer, pastor ST. MATTHEW AMEZ mon .a as delivered by our visit-

Eddie Edwards, clerk th minister, Rev. King. He
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, (AUGUST 16, 1958 Sunday School............... 9:30: a.m. 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. preached from "The Name.

Morning worship .................. 11:00: Rev. A. H. Ferguson, pastor 'Everyone enjoyed the sermon
Westminister Fellowship .... 6 p.m Sunday School.....-....... 9:45: am and the spirit of God wa really
ST. PHILLIPS CHURCHOpa CORINTH BAPTISTMeets Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m. fthere.
ALLEN CHAPEL AME Evening worship ............ 7:30: p.m.
Locka every 2nd and 4th Sundayat Our .pastor delivered the

The first annual King and Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Rev. E. M. Blocker, pastor MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. evening sermon and it was requested -
Church. Sister: Dover Stokes, reporterThe that he speak from this

Queen contest by St. of Phillips Opa Locka Guild Sunday School....................... 9:30 third conference E. M. Thomas, pastorRemem'ber subject: "High, Low Jack in The
sponsored quarterly
successful.The Morning worship ................ 11:30 with Pre- Game." Bro. Charlu: Johnson is
was very was held last Sunday ( the Sabbath Day
Evening Service ..........*...... ':30 in home from the hospital. /Rev.
Elder T. A. Allen and in this
siding keep it holy, keeping
affair was !held Sunday, Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor charge. The presiding elder gave commandment, 'the services at Freddy Johnson is still ill.
July 27 at 4:30: p.m. The program gospel preacher and successful
the occasion consistedof the final remarks which con- our church began at the usual Deacon Slaughter's mother is
for cluded a soul stirring eermon.!: hour with the Sunday School ill. Please' go 'by and pay her a
and whose
talented boys (girls 17 .FIRST UNITARIANOn Total amount raised during the which was of large attendance. visit at Paravilla Convalesceent
from 5 to
ranged years.
ages quarter:: $2,569.64.All As usual on the second Sun- : Home
The King, G. B. Bryant, and Sunday, Aug. 17 at 11 ajn. reports were by the different day the church services were

Queen, Yolanda Robinson,Father were Rev. Hugo P. Learning will be department of the church. conducted by the junior church.I TRINITY WESLEYANRev.
crowned by our priest, guest speaker at the First Unitarian !- The presiding elder com- At 11 a.m. devotional service

John (Barry. Church, Dixie Highway( at mented that this 'was the largest was held with the junior dea- George E. Johnson, pastor

The king is the son of Mrs. L. SW 29th Road. His sermon will quarterly conference held dur- cons in charge. Music for the Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter

D. Browning of 15901 NW 17th be on the Near East Crisis, en- ing his tenure.METROPOLITAN. morning's service was renderedby Sunday School................... 9 ..m,
court, and the queen is the titled "How to Build a Nasser. the junior church who sang Morning worship .................... 11:00:
daughter of Mrs. Lucille Ma- !Mr. Learning' is presently min- A. M. E. like never before. The messagewas Young People's Meeting 5pm.
of 2291 Rutland st. Each delivered by Rev. Stephens,
chore
ister of the First Unitarian So- Rev. H M. Salmon
pastor
,
Corinthians
received a Philco portable 3- found in 5:17: subject TEMPLE BAPTISTRev.
of Fort and former
ciety Wayne,
'lit Makes No
DifferenceWho
speed record player.< minister of the local church. For "Be ye also ready, for ye "
You Are L. A.
inspiring was Thompson, pastorMr.
Second prize winnerss were two years he was' Instructor in knoweth not the day nor the hL>
Deborah Wells, daughter of Mrs. history at he American Univer- hour, the Son of man cometh." I sermon. and Mrs. Octavius Dean
Miriam Wells of I960./ Rutland sity of Beirut in Lebanon. His Such was the occasion on At 5:30: BTU was held with the 'were host and ha.tess at a delicious -
St., received a portable radio. ctudefits and fellow toachertJ Sunday Sass, when our dear director in charge. Few in number chicken supper at their

Third prize winner, Constance were Iraquis, Egyptians, Syriansand pastor war: suddenly taken 111, I but nevertheless the union home, 1738 NW 64th St., Monday
Moore, grand daughter, of Mrs. Saudi Arabians as well as but we are happy to report at was carried out. During our program evening. This was the I second
Mamie Washington. received a Lebanese. During' his residence this writing that although he i is r hour we had a surprise affair of its kind given by the
flash camera. there he visited Egypt, Syria and still confined to bed, he is very. program among the adult class. senior ushers' board of Temple.
Jordan. much improved. Many prayers I Sunday night devotional was
The guild wishes to thank! its were uttered in his behalf by held with the Junior church Ushers and their guests !in attendance -
many friends and well wishersfor Following the service, at 12:15: ; member: and friends as well, deacons and deaconesses. The ,were Mesdames Daisy
their wonderful support. p.m. a covered dire luncheon and continued wishes for his service was very touching. Warner, Mary Saunders, Clara
The total raised was $72.81. and PTA meeting will be held. complete and speedy recovery. Music was rendered by the Ferguson, Louise Moss, Marie
]lather John Barry Asst. priest I We were blessed with the male choru) The sermon iwas Norwood, Louise Miller, Augusta
ALma Smith, president Community Group No. 5 will nresenee of Rev.. Rpfflnalri Partprlocal delivered by a visiting minister, Newbold, Matilda Hall, Lessie
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Lillian Ambrose: (reporter hold a covered dish supper at assistant minister i f St. Rev. Williams, found in Psalm McKenzie, Miriam Hepburn
,
the home of Mrs. Lucile Steward, James AME Church, during the 23, subject "The Lord is My MI.S Viola Butler; Messrs. Alfred -
Baha'i AssemblyMiss 2491( Tiger Tail Ave., Coconut 11 a.m. services. The Rev. J. D. Shepherd And I Shall NotWant. Dean, Alexander Nottage,
Grove, on Friday, Aug. 22, 6:30: ." The
Dukes, pastor of our church sermon was very S. Bain, Edward Thompson
Betty Keogan, member of p.m. Following the supper: Mrs. challenging. ,
work in the West Florida area Chas. Ambrose Robert
!Moss
of Miami Charles M. Jamieeon will review ,
the Baha'i Assembly Our pastor is now enjoying
was the minktcr in charge dur- a Deacon W. E.
will discuss "Baha'i Answers" at "The Primacy of Worship," by ing the 7 services. Both month vacation which he de- Ferguson Hepburn, Rev. H.
pm. and the
the Ba'ha'i' Center, 137 NW llth Dr. V. Ogden Vogt, minister em- ministers delivered powerful and serves and need*. We all miss pastor.
Ave., 7:45: pm. Sunday, Aug. 17. eritus of the First Unitarian. soul-stirring messages him but happy to have him rest. The senior choir will pra ent
All races and faiths are cordially Church, of Chicago.BETHANY Services Sunday are expectedto in recital some of the leading

invited to attend. be high, both spiritually and ST. FRANCIS XAVIER young musical talents of the city
BAPTIST morally, throughout the day be on Aug. 25.
ST. MATTHEW FREEWILL 3318 NW 50th Street ginning with Sunday School un N.W. 4th Ave. and 16th Terr.

408 N.W. 21st St. Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor der the superintendent, Mrs. C. Phone MASSES FR 9-1424 usual Sunday, with services the Rev.will Harold'be as

Rev. J. B. Woodley, pastor Sunday School..-..?... 9:30: a.m. J.Speakers Day at 9:30.for: the morning and Dally .................................... 8 a.m. Brown preaching at 11 ajn., and
Nathaniel Thomas, reporter Morning: Service ............ 11 ajn the Rev. E.
Sunday ............ 7 & 8:30 Hutcha on at 7
BTU ................................ 5:30: p.m evening worships will be announced a.m. : aon. p.m.
Services were as usual last Evening Service ............ 7:30: p.m during the service. TRIUMPH
Sunday with Sunday School be- Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30: p.m. Music will be rendered by choir BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCHPrince
ginning at 9:45: a.m. with Deacon No. 2 throughout the day. H.
_ Shotwell- in charge. Topic, The ACE League Hour begins Richmond Heights Sis. C. Mobley, pastor
"Prayer Is our Country." THE INCARNATION at 6 p.m. and all members Rev. L. R. Ross, Pastor McKinney, reporter

and friends are invited to at- Sis. Nannette Greer, reporter "Justice in Government" was
The' Lord blessed us TO have a 1731 N.W. 54th StreetFr. tend. Discussions on current the subject of the
lesson on Sun-
another wonderful time throughout Sunday School bcljan at the
E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar events, as well as the weekly' day last. Memory vene found in
services. usual hour with the Bro.
the day in all our Veronica O'wrry, reporter topics and Bible Drills are the Supt. II Samuel 2334.:
Claudie' Jones
The Rev. Williams from Greater highlights of the hour. in charee. The rrhf'rf'_ Jlr .m. ,,,,,,,, nh"'ft8,_ ,I..A__
delivered New Bethel the message.Then Baptist. Church Summer and Schedule RehearsalsSUNDAYS of Services On Tua.day is Aug. 26 the ACE in theme Government.of the lesson" The was "Justice Sunday days nn about-ow they tejaratlon VtVWfc*11 a t41VdC:of:

: League presenting a Bilblkal School was largely attended and church and state. Many confuse

at 3 pjn. we !had a wonderful Matins ............................ 7:45 sin drama Done ", entitled, "Thy Will Be enjoyed by all. The pa ,tor reviewed the issues and think they must
party at Sis. M. Branford Solemn Sung Mass and taken from a portion of the lesson, which was take all religion out of our pub

home for the children who attend Sermon .................... 8:00 a.m the Lord's Prayer. Tickets are I most inspiring. lic life. In the course may lie ao
at St. Matthews Freewill. Church School and Adult now on sale and may be purchased I At morning worship! the pastor much danger as in domination
At 6 we had YPGL by from members of the cast delivered by the state. We must
p.m. Bible Class .... .. 9:30 am \ Sis. B. Wallace. It was wonder- I E. Y. Churchmen ........ 5:30: pm. and You the (League. Her preached from Ilaiah san, the rights of freedom of worship.
welcome
are always to Our
s ful. Solemn Evensong and "God's House of Prayer." Everyone government must never be

t i wonderful Sermon .................... 7:00: p.m, "The Friendly Little Church. was touched by the H o 1 y in the pot ition of dictating our
Our pastor gave us a '
I TUESDAYS: Spirit. Choir No. 1 rendered worship. But it must also never
message. ,lYes, (people, this St. Vincent's Acolyte ANTIOCH BAPTIST music throughout the day with forget that foundation upon

is the the revival.weeto! Let that us!we come are out having and 'Guild Meeting ........ 8:00: p.m Rev. O. W. Foster, pastorA. Mrs. Laura Palamore at the org ,basis which of it was begun. The very
our
WEDNESDAYS democracy lies
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on, reporter
win souls. In our prayers let us LOW Mass .................... 6:30: a.m BTU met at 5:30: ,pm. with the the concept of every man as a
remember the sick and: those in Evensong ........ "........ 8:00 pm In unity Sunday School was director, Bro. Roosevelt Jackson creature of God' creation The
need of spiritual 'guidance. THURSDAYS: called to order at 9:30: .sin. The in charge. The subject of the time for clear and unprejudiced
St. Michael's ChoirRehearsal highlights were "Justice in Gov- let son was "The Missionary of thinking is here.

NEW HOPE BAPTIST ................ 1:00 p.m ernment" and other interesting: The New Day." After the lesson i The

: I Rev.( James E. Brown, pastor FRIDAYS: subjects which helped to carry was discussed, Mrs. Mamie was "Is subject The of Majority the YPE band
St. Vincent's out the lea Always
Acolyte on. Howard presented ,a1' Biblical "
Vandell Bavan
I Bro.< Sec'yServices Right?
_ Guild Rehearsal... 5:00 At 11 Scripture found: Luke
I' : pjn a.m. a very inspirational Quiz lAhich brouight quite a bit 13:23-24
II ), at our sanctuary are Bey Scouts devotional' service was conducted of interd Into the meeting. ; Matt. 7:14; 93638.:
A. always inspiring and heart- (Parish Hall) ........ 6:00: p.m.. with the deacons in To all our members and friendswe There were many young people
: Note: Low Masses on all Holy charge. Rev. A. M. Griffin delivered were grateful for present on Sunday fast
I.\ I J warming.S&&ndays'morningripen! and Saints days at 6:30: a.m. a wonderful message, ence. Please come again your pres-and The evning devotional service

the assistant pastor, Rev. W. M. Sung Mass on all weekly festivals found. in the_23rd Psalm. Shiloh bring a friend. wan conducted by Bro. D. Cars-
it I, Bouyer delivered a message that at 6:00: a.m. INO. 1 and Simon usher board Our evening services were well and the expression service

is to be long remembered !by all The new address for ,the and junior choir served. heart warming. Our pastor truly was opened up by Mother L.
who present. Again our At 5:30: p.m. BTU hour we are preached Marshall.
were Church of the Incarnation i is 1736 out of his toul. The The service the entire
I hats are off to Rev. Bouyer and NW 54th st. The still asking your attendance and spirit was very high throughout evening: was high in the spirit.
E. S. Clarksare
i Rev. Davis u'!(well as the officers happy to be their hoping you will cooperate with the day. The message was from The massage for the night, sub-
very near
and members of our church Exodus 12:13.: After ject "The End
church and church family of the us.The which the Has Come and do
who performed their duties so Incarnation. evening devotional was Holy Communion was rerved. You See The Sign." Text TImo-
well during the absence of out spiritually, high. Antioch usher The pastor wishes to thank: thy 3:1: ; Matt. 24:1: ; and the message -
pastor. Sunday coming board No. 2 and male chorus for
beloved everyone their efforts and was most inspiring
services as usual. At 11 a.m. services served. Rev. W. T. Thompson their support, and services. I May I take this time to remind
and closing out the day NOTICEAll preached a very Interesting sermon Pleat e remember the sick and all our friends that they

with our services at 7 p.m. choir Church netleee MUST be taken from Psalm 121. distressed. On our sick list are alwayt welcome at the Tri-
No. 1 and usher board No. 1 will typewritten double ,ffMeed We are happy to have you Mother Mary Blakley is quite umph Church.quite .
Our is expected worship with us and invite you distrej ed
be In charge., pastor and en ene sheet of paper. Copy her daughter was in I
to come
agate
to be back at his post MUST be .Into our office by .6 a very bad accident at W e s t I
after two weeks of revival in p.m. Tuesday. of sash week to !Palm Beach and is in the hos- I ill on Madison St. We are .
Bimiai, Bahamas. Visitors are 'Insure ''n.ort.Oft.-Chul'th. Editor RICHMOND HEIGHTS pital there. Please comfort her so happy to announce that Mrs.
always welcome to worship with I' in every possible way. Plea e iCornise Wright who has been
us. *" '.1 1 i",' ; v Finest Community Living visit Bro. Andrew Jones who is I very 111 is improving '

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Church of God to THE IMIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper"
of South Fla.
ghiights Hold Youth Camp I SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1958 PAGE 11

The Church of God of Pro-

!ME! ConferenceBy Youth phecy will Camp be on holding August its 18 annual thru

23rd at the State Building on Baptists of America
22nd ave. and 60th st. Registration .
EMILY TERRELL African Methodism and Youth starts at 8:30: ajn. Monday 1
Rev. S. A. Cousin. Summary by morning. This camp Is open to
liaml District Sunday School, Willie Green. any people between the
young Meet 914DETROIT
and
Missionary Con- Sept.
ition League of the South Florida I Rev. Gorman 'presided at the ages of 12 to 35. Fee: $11 sleep- ,
noonday service with music ing on, $5.50 sleeping off. .
jiference, which !was held at by the convention choir. Sermon At night, evangelistic service
eater New Mt. Zion AME Rev. L. Washington, subject "For will !be held each all (ANP) The usually an eexciting and often a
evening by
lurch, Homestead, Rev. M. J. the name of the Lord our God." VLB leaders National); Baptist Convention of bitter event. The session hfas' all
son pastor, July 2327. gelist of the church.and young evan- America will be in session Sept the earmarks of a political cam '
!During the recreation hour we Come all! Come one 9-14 in the Motor City. More .paign of a civic organization.
ie convention theme: Theristian's motorcaded to Home tead Beach, Mrs. Elizabeth Smith than 6,000 delegates and visitor Currently Dr. Pettaway can be
Three R's in these the trip was very enjoyable to director are expected 'to attend, said Dr president of the convention as
riolous Times: f fUwponsilbility! !" all who attended. The Talent Bishop camp M. S. Curry, C. D. Pcttaway, Little Rock long' as he wins the election.
sources and Resolutions. Parade. Saturday featured all Overseer, State of FloridaAnnouncement convention preslent. There is no definite tenure of
Theme Song: Blessed AI| sur- delegates. During this programwe Activities will Include sermons office. When two or more good
ice. honored our Presiding Elder, addresses of candidates run for the office, it'sa
[Scripture: John 3:16. Dr. W. B. Coffey, James 'Corbit tions, reports, adopting and business resolu- "knock: down and drag out"
sessions
-
( District !Motto: I'm going your sang and dedicated "He" to him. The Young Men's Club of Since Dr. Pettway only affair, requiring several run off
let's hand in hand. Rev. W. Jackson and others pre- ballots to determine the winner.
}ay, so go Christ Church presents a musi- recently was elevated to the
sented a skit entitled "A Pro-
Wednesday moaning, (general trait of cal recital featuring Henry presidency, there seems: little This is one of the largest religious -
P. E. His
our favorite
cgistration of all delegates. scripture was read and his favorite Adams, Aug. 17 at 4 o'clock in chance that any competition will gatherings in the country.
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the church. Donation develop among aspirants for the Delegates attending the conven-
per
Welcome presentedLy Cards and person
program song was
sung.
is $1.00. top 'position dn the convention.The tion will represent 11,393
Any person interested
and members of
Rev. Fayson gifts were also given to him. The in churches with a combined mem-
[he church. Thursday morning winners of the Bible Quiz Contest attending this recital may obtain election of presidents is bership of 2,668,799 members.
a ticket from member
assembled in the any
ill delegates /were given prizes.
hurch to hear the opening ser- of the Young Men's Club or call- jId -
on. Rev. Fayson conducted the Ages 7-12, Thomas Garbin and ing HI 3-6349 any time between
oNhip service. Sermon :by Rev. McArthur McKennon; 13-15, 9 a.m and 2 p.m.Beautiful AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE

oseph Patterson, pastor of the Annie Bullard and Salber Hen '...n ""..,_ __ ($10,000 $20,000 $5,000) To conform with
derson, 16-18, Janyce Waters
:ongregational Church of Winston Florida LawIf
Salem, N. C. His sermon and Emily Terrell. Adults, Mrs.J. Home on
I was taken from the conventon's Jackson. Your Lotadeti1& you have a driver' license, we can Insure you
I theme. The administering of Holy Three prizes were given to the AS LOW AS $71.80 PER YEAR

Communion by Dr. Coffey and church amount having in Sunday raised School.the highest Home- 1t
[ other ministers. stead first Opa Locka second; ...\,\,
Visitors were Rev. J. D. Ed- Coconut Grove, third. S SERVICE FIRST IMS AGENCY
vert, Rev. R. A. Brooks, Presid-
ing Elder' G. J. Oates, Rev. J. Sunday sermon by Rev. C. J. Open Dally and Saturdays to 5 p.m.
Reddick and IRev.! Blocker of the Jenkins, pastor of Mt. Zion, Opa
North Miami District. Musdc by Locka." Subject, "Divine IruPira-l! 645 N.W. 36th Street PL 9.5284
the convention choir. I tion. The choir Complete building service
;Mrs. Shannon called the 2:00: beautiful selections. Among them
session to order by singing the was the very beautiful e PLANNING
I "Lord I Want You to number'j
convention song.' The following Me." The ushers' also I BUILDINGS
topics were discussed: FINANCINGYour

Responsibilities and (Resources Sunday afternoon sermon ,by New Home SEE THE
of Sunday School Workers, Miss Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor of
Emily Terrell and Rev. W. Jack- Greater Bethel. His subject was, e REPAIRINGREMODELING
son. "Faith and Life's Adventure." lie e WORLD'SGREATEST

problems of the AME: SundayS pointed out that "Faith is the I RENOVATINGOver ,
1o Homer Williams. Ques- substance of things hoped for
the and the evidence of those not Years
tions and comments followed Twenty of
discussion. Summary by Mrs. seen. Greater Bethel's choir Conetructlon
Experience COLORED
Shannon. sang inspiringly, "I'll Have An-
other Building." Remarks by Guaranteed Satoafactlon
Rev. T. C. Kelly 'was dn chargeof Presiding Elder W. B. Coffey. PSYCHIC
the devotional services Thurs-
day night. Rev. R. H. Johnson, Sunday night sermon !by Rev. th2 t
pastor of Hurst Chapel Perrine W. H. Zanders of Key West. READER
delivered the message Subject, Music by the convention choir. 0mV @ro .
'The Ability of God." He stressed -. Reports, resolutions and announcements NE 5-6171
the fact that "Our God whom were made, afterwards -
we serve is able to deliver usr- remarks by Presiding Elder 1121 N.W. 29th Street PROF.
and he will. Hurst Chapel's. Coffey. Doxology. So it's Miami
choir beautifully sang "Soldiersin farewell until convention time
The Army," ushers also serv-I. next year.

ed.Mrs. ,,
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Eva, Gibson was in t
charge of the Friday morning HUNTER
session. Topics for discussionwere COMMUNITY
:
PROP. HUNTER

Justice dn Community Life, N U If you are sick, worried or in trouble this Is the
Jackson and Mrs. Ophelia King. DRUG STORECOR.
The Christian answer to the place to come. Don't stay in the rut, push back the

segregation problem, Miss Emily. veil of bad luck that teems to hold you in your track,
Terrell. N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St. and advance forward by the help of God under the

All men are equal under God, leadership of Prof. Hunter who has 30 years of experience
Freddie Brown and Mazie. Wil-
li trns. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLEDCut in spiritualist and occult science. Make your

Building our strength through Rate Drugs Free Delivery home happy. He will show you how to bypass your
small gatherings, Willie Green enemies and get the things that life demands for you.
and James Corbit. COSMETICS GIFTS HOSIERY FOUNTAIN SERVICE
Mrs. V. Harris gave us a few 8EALTE8T ICE CREAM-MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT BILLS
remarks on each of the topics.
Miss Janyce Waters sang, "My'I Phone PLaza 8-4703 Phone PLaza 84704C.
Faith Looks up to Thee." Sum-
mary by Mrs. Shannon. M, JOLLIVETTE 8R., Prop'g.1.1.

conducted by . ,
Noonday service " ' 'L'
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Rev. J. S. Blake, with music by
the convention choir, among ...KKKKKKKKKKK [[KY CKKKKK r. KKrnKrKiSKeLK..K RK..K eKI

their selections was the very SHOP ATM
beautiful rendition of "There'sa a
King of Kings Somewhere." '
Pianist Miss Marion Brown. Ser- Barkle Cut RateWHERE
man by Rev. W. Jackson, sub-
ject, "A Dependable God." QUALITY LIES
Mrs. W. B. Coffey prodded Located at the Hunter new psychic studio oo

during the Friday afternoon Mrs.ser- 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-2376 Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallandsle, Fla. oa

vices.Stevart Guest Austin speakers, president were United the north side of the road, 1 mile east of 7th are

Council of Church Women, Miss GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Garner Ranches. Signs are placed on the top of three
Emaline' Ginn, director of Wes- story building. Office l. In the duplex In the front of
ley Foundation University of SUMMER MEDICINE Tuny Cream Deodorant .50 the building.He .

Miami M. Roberts, in- ............
and Miss Tuwy Cologne 1.25
A reading by 666 Liquid ........_.. .S9..89 has fifty time more power than any other
tructor Miss Ollie at Harris BTW. and a solo by Gerltol Liquid ........ 1.192.08 Blue Grace Mlet ............ 2.50 medium. You will find him far advanced hi bowled *

Miss Janyce Waters. BBB Tonic .................... 1.49 Tabu Cologne ................ 2.60 ..
Kaufman'* Bitters ........ 145 '
evening service, Rev.A. ............ 1452.35 Heaven-Bent Toilet
Friday 83S Tonic .... READINGS FROM '1.00 UP
O. Burton providing. Sermonby Water ............... 1.25.2.0CGAMES
Rev. A. Jones, subject, "Press Evenlng-ln.Parle Set 1.00 LICINIID BY STATE AND COUNTY

On." Music by the choir and Po-Ke-No _...._... 1.95-2.98 Tweed Cologne I ............ ,..0 OFFIOB HOURS PAILYl
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ushers also ferved. Picture Puzzle ,39*.79
Dominoes ..........._... .39-.79 Old Spice Lotion ............ 1.00 1 P.M. TIL 4 P.M. 7., P.M. SUNDAY 1 PM TIL 4 PUt .
General assembly Saturday Rubber Balls .........25..49.79 Electric Fane .... 109812.49 ,
morning was called to order by
CLOSED ALL DAY WED.
Mrs. S. Shannon. The following

topics were dJucussed. BARKLEY'S EVERY WEEK CALL IN PERSON
SHOP AT
The Power of Christian One-

ness, (L. Washington, Josie Where Prices Are Right 1 6417 S.W. 17th St.
Adams 'and Kathryn Armstrong.
How can the church prepare 1201 N.W. 3rd Arenue Hollywood, Fhur
young people for the world We Deliver Call FR 3-9458 or FR 42378MKKtCiOPWOPKlpPt'P'WXmPtTC'PI
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE CARD OF THANKSThe - by a daughter, Mr:. Juanita
Wriiiht, three grand children, an

12 SATURDAY, AUGUST '16, 1958CARDSMEMORIALS I family of the late, DEATHS aunt and a niece.

__ LEOLA WALKER
----------- --------- ---- Rev. William Kitchens
a retired -
gratefully acknowledges its sin- Baptist, : Evangelist, who
cere thanks and appreciation to at 427 NW 21st
lived st., died at
I the many friends for kindness Range . Jackson Hospital 12 days after
rendered during its recent be-
he fell from a .econd story
reavement. To donors ol cars' Sam Woodside, of 2976 N.W. window. His only known survivor -
telegram', letters, cards, condol- 51st Terr., died at Jackson Me- is Rev. S. R. McKlever, his
ence, flowers, we extend our morial Hospital on Aug. 10. Sur- guardian. Funeral arrangementsare
JIN MEMORIAM>> CARD OF THANKSThe hearty thanks. vivors are his widow, Ethel, 5 incomplete .at this time.
.r,1 Thanks to the Range Funeral children, three sister:, two I ,
,. In mmory of my dear I family of Home for efficient service and brothers, one of whom is the
I" MRS. MARTHA SMITH MRS. LEOLA WALKER to Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, Rev.S. Rev. George Burns of this city, I
who departed this life August 2 O wish to thank the many friends A. Thomas), pastor, and the and other relatives. Services will CARD OF THANKSThe
1944. 4L and neighbors for their kindness Christian Aid Society, Mrs. Mo- be conducted on Saturday, Aug.
I think in some far heavenly rendered during our period of ran, president. May God's richest 16 at 1 pan at Friendship': Bap- family of the late,
place bereavement. Secial thanks to bleessing be with 'all of you. tist Church Rev. Burney officiating MRS. LILLIAN MOORE
My mother watches still and yet, the employees of the FEC Rail- (Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Poole Burial in Lincoln Memorial ,wish to acknowledge the condo-
is not distressed; way Co., Rev. S. A. Thomas of And Family lences and kindness during their
But rather as one who, after Mt. Sinai Bapt>r.t Church, and hour /bereavement./ .
life's )long race, Range Funeral Home. Prince Albert MoNeal, of 1519 Thonzie Moore
Has' found,contentment in a well- CARD OF THANKSThe NW 6th ave., died Aug. 10. He I And Family
earned rast. is survived by his widow, Stella,
Mrs. Mary Clark, daughter CARD OF THANKSThe family of the late, several sister.. and brothers of
MRS. PERVEY WILLIAMS Waycross and Millen/3a. Ar-
IN MEMORIAMIn family of the late, wish to express sincere thanks rangements are at the present ASTHMATICS!
REV. I and deepest appreciation to all incomplete, and will be an- Want simple' effective relief from
ofMRS. SUMNER HUTCJIESOiN SR. for the many kindnesses rendered nounced over radio station:. choking,' racking bronchial atthmatlc -
loving memory wishes to thank its many friendsfor cards letters Get
and
GARDINER telegrams: spasms genuine
: ELSADIA
eternal rest the sympathy cards, tele- beautiful floral offerings. Espec- Hadwrick Griffin of 475 NW Breatheasy *ee what you've
who was called to gram, wreaths, cars and the ially do we wish to thank the 9th st., apt. 18 died at Jackson been mixing! There's no substitute >
14 1943.
August the dark many kind wishes extended dur- management and employees. of Hospital Aug. 11. He is survived for original Breatheaiy Inhalant -
When 1 shall cross over
ing his passing. To a of you, Food Fair Stores for their his .
tide by widow, Rose hi mother. and nebulizing tt. Get
swelling it will your humble kindness was appreciated thoughtfulness, Rev. P. D. Brant- Services will be conducted, on comfort by breathlngl Guaran
Oh, !what a glad meeting from the depths of
our ley the congregation the 18 2 .
be and and Monday Aug. at pjm. at
O'er these by the beautlfu hearts. The Range Funeral Home for services Friendship Baptist Church ,iwijm I teed.J & J DRUG DEPT. STORE
Family
pearly white gates ... ... rendered. May God bless you Rev. Burney officiating. Burial 1410 N.W. 62nd 8t.. Miami, Fla.
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one and all. will be conducted at' Lincoln.
for
My loved, ones are waiting
Mrs. Lois Williams, wife
me. IN MEMORIAMIn Miss Dorothy Williams Mrs. Hannah Gibson
Sadly missed by of 15810 THE HOUSE OF
daughter Bunche Park Drive died at
,
Marie M. White, neice
but loving of
sad
memory Jackjson Hospital on Aug. 12. ALBERTLester
our dear mother and grandmother IN MEMORIAMIn Survivors are her daughter, Mrs.
IN MEMORIAMIn er, Bernice Johnson, a son-in-law,
Fred, and other relatives. She
sad but loving memory of loving memory of our dear will lie in repose at the chapel 0tR
our. dear huulband and father, husband, and father, beginning on Thursday, Aug. 21
ti at neon, and will be.ent to
>
55 ar 1 White Oaks, Ga., Friday even- e

ing where final rites will be iY, ,
a
"i"re conducted on Sunday. )
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Mrs. Iva Pinder of 1540 NW
e 69th St., died at Jackson Memo-
?fib o 3t I rial Hospital on Au;. 14. She Is
rjI 55 ..urvived by two daughters, Mrs.
Ella Pearl Strachan, and Mrs.
Ixelle Pinder, a granddaughter,
4 a S" I ?1 t Pamela Pinder, 2 sons-in-la/A.
Fk R < K'SS Funeral services which will be
conducted at Ebenezer M. E.
Church, will be announced over
IF 5 Y radio stations.
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t., died Aug. 9. Funeral arrangements -
are incomplete at
this writing. Survivors are a
C. Albert
MELROSE CAMBRIDGE A4 1 Y, wife, mother and father of Sparta -
who departed this life August 1 Ga., several brothers and THE FUNERAL HOME OF
13, 1953. sister
DISTINCTION
May she rest in peace and REV. ROBERT L. ANTON
THOMAS E. CASH light perpetual shine upon her. who departed this life Aug. 10, Prince Albert Johnson of Na- Phone PL 8-4707
who departed this life August 18 Mrs. Louise Johnson, Dght.Mr 1951. ranja, died at Dade County Hos-
1952. ?. Thelma McDonald, Death has nothing terrible which pital Aug. 9 after a few weeks'
"A few more years shall roll, granddauighte Life ha: not made so. A ,faithful illness. Funeral services will be 6942 N.W. 15th Avenue
A few more seasons come, Christian life in this world is the announced later. He is survived Miami, Florida
And we shall be with those that best
restAsleep THANK YOUWe preparation for the next.
Gone, but not forgotten
within the tomb. Mrs. L. Anton, wife
May he rest in peace the family of the late, And Family RAPHU S. WILLIAMS
Mary Cash, wife
Mildred Cash, daughter
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i gratefully acknowledge with sin- Special thanks to the Range VELLIE S. PITTMANwho
cere thanks and appreciation to Funeral Home Grand Lodge officers passed away, on July 22,
their many friends and neigh- and members' of the Grand 1058 wishes to express Its thanksto
bors for the kindness renderedIn United Order of Pall Bearers of the many friends for cards, "A Living Service For The Living""
our recent rebeavement.'To America, Inc., Jurisdiction, officers telegram flowers and can.
donors of cards flowers, I and members of Ebenezer Special thanks to Mt. Cannel
cars, telegrams, calls and letterswe Methodist Church, Rev. A. D. Baptist Church, Rev. Bradley for Range Funeral Home
'extend our hearty thanks. Hall ''and the M. S. Allen Fun- encouraging words, and the
Special thanks to the Francis eral Home for the efficient ter- Richardson Funeral Home for
Funeral Home and its rtaff. Rev.E. vice rendered. its efficient services. Again we OSCAR AND ATHALII RANGE, Owner
J. Clark and Rev. JosephClark Again thank you and may God say thanks, and may the Lord'i
of Central Baptist Church bless you. blessings be with all of you. PHONES PL 4-j468-PL 1.1331
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of Miami, and the St. Agnes Cor- And FamilyRICHMOND Ernestine P. Wilson, Dght. .
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The Hart I Family Allen Davis, grandson
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Continued from page 1 Carolina.

[on in Dade County's schools Local leaders indicate that Mi-

pal and to bring about de- ami's Negro citizens are keenly

egation of these schools interested In the case and that
arents in the original suite this ,twill be shown by their attendance -

Father Theodore R. Gibson at the court. This group

Dr. John O. ,Brown, Richardell Is of the opinion that much of

Rev. A. Joseph Reddick, the interest stems from recent
nee E Hepburn and James victories won by NAACA over

ker. The case was heard In bus segregation and recreation. I II

56 before Judge Emmett Cho- I I
The outcome of this legal battle
and was di missed on
Sounds that there was no Issue may well determine the end of FOR SALE
ice parents had not tried to legalized segregation in Miami. I

liter their children, In' White Other minor skirmishes that 16 Job Openings
might take' ;lace will only determine ROOMING HOUSE Able
hOoto determine If racial how and when the BEAUTY-Glamorous Gina Lol- $4,000 income $8,000 down

gregatlon was being practiced. court's orders should operate and lobrigida stars: in "Beautiful but ListedThe Phone PL 1-6779. All

ULING 'APPEALED take effect Dangerous," opening Tuesday at
the Drive-in Theatre. The Latin Vocational Services De- RESTAURANT GRILLE and

This ruling: was appealed toe INTERRACIALHOLDUP charmer will sing, dance, love partment of the Greater Miami oven Very cheap. TelrWI 7-4849
Fifth Circuit Court of Ap- and thrill in the Twentieth Cen- Urban League announces the 311 Atlantic Isle, Sunny Isles

eals In New Ofleans where ''GANGCAPTURED tury-Fox, De Luxe color release, following available positions; (opposite Castaways Motel.)
co-starring Vittorio Gassman
lawyers 'albf
AACP won a reven
BEAUTIFUL; CDS 2 bedroom
Judge Choate's ruling. The 1. Automotive equipment opera
ator I home in perfect condition, extra
igher court also ordered the
large corner lot, beautiful land-
Continued from page 1
)istrict Court In Miami to hear
2. Typist clerk I tea pe. $2,000 down $64.13 month.
khe arguments. The case was of some 50 robberies In the last 5911 NW 11th ave., phone. PLaza
emanded to the lower court. six months to view a lineup of 3. At essment clerk 4-6101
he present hearing comets as a the suspects. r

result of this, order. Others arrested are Richard 4 Communications operator FOR RENT

(STATE'S EYES ON MIAMI Smith, 20; his wife, Rosa Lee, 19, 5. Communications dispatcher
and Alfred Porter Rolle, 22, who
gave their address d 6. Stock cleric' I FURNrsIEED two bedroom housein
The importance of this case is as the third
Private
Liberty City surroundings -
[determined by the amount of Interest floor apartment which police
believe was used as headquarters 7. Construction foreman con- Prefer quiet, sober
that has !been thown by -
adult None other need apply.
for the gang. crete and asphalt steel
I other communities in Florida
Also House address: 1577 NW 70th
Questions that have arisen in bellY? held are Albert
8. Assistant
Hall superintendent St. Information, NA 1-8654.
Thomson 22
of 2128 NW
counties operating school in the
: streets, bridges and sewers
4th ct.
; Anthony Rudolf Sweet-
same manner as Dade Countyare F1FRNISHED rooms near downto -
ing, 25, of 1306 NW 2nd ave, and 9. City planner I
"Will we be able to legallysay Nn. Apply OOZY ROSY, 807
Richard
LelgMman 18
White, of
that our schools are desegregated 1680 NW 22nd ct. v 10 Electronics mechanic NW 5th Ave., or. call FR 4-2708.'
by clinging to the Pupil
Bryan said Leichtman
Stave
Alignment Act of 1958?" "If ently acted as a "chauffeur"appar-for 11. US. game management 2 ,BEDROOM APT re frig-
Dade County is ordered to inte- the era tor, water free. Only $17 ,per
to
grate, then what effect will sucha when gang the robbers help avoid suspicion Later JB. Granger, executive 12. Diesel plant operator week, 844 NW '..70th St Phone
decision have always work- director, National Urban League, NA 16953. .
counties that have on continued surrounding to ing in trios, went on a job In has been named the 1953 recipi- 13. Plumbing inrpector I .If;,
stolen cars. ent of the Elks Lovejoy award. In new'building.
BEDROOM
ONE
operate segregated schools? The detectives said Rolle ap- The formal presentation/ of the 14. Engineering aide I APT
The $15 week, 524 NW
cal:e is important to Negroes per
parently was one of the men 25 oIIt
be made Aug.
award will *
because Florida has been wounded by a policeman's : 15. Civil engineer: I 22nd St. Ill 3-9853.
ahot-I the Elks Civil Liberties meeting
the listed recalcitrant by other states stales as one where of gun Sunday in a holdup in Metropolitan Baptist Church, 16. AccountantFor ROOM in Opa Lodka. 'pleats>> call
Northwest Section
sundry store Elks
Washington D. C. The
54384U4325 NW
Beatrice at MU
despite continuous efforts, there The detectives had already Grand Lodge convention will be detailed information regarding -
has been no school desegregationon jailed Thomas L. Breamfleld 24 22nd ave., apt. 5. ,i
.
in session during that $crlod.ANP. the above Jobs contact
any level. Some leaders viewa of 1927 NW 6th ct. in the sundry H. Allen Wheatley Jr., located at ROOM141 N.Vf. 9th St.
break throughout the beginning store holdup and were looking
395 NW First St., or call FR '
of the end of segregation'inGeorgia1 for his two companions when 16476. See Mill Montgomery.' Phone

Alabama and Sou t h they found the hideout. I Teenage Dance to FR 1-9785. AJO

- - - - .-- - -
- FURNISHED APr 2 rooms with

Bayfront Park Coconut Grove I bath. NW section. Call NEwton

Along Freedom's RoadBy BARGAIN $14,500, Duplex CBS 43933.

I SaturdayThe 2-tbedroom, 1 bath, other apt 1- I

bedroom, 1 bath, screened porch,
RUTH PERRY Teenage Dance sponsored large (beautiful lan dt daped: lot, Musical Soiree

weekly bv the Northwest Miami LOW DOWN PAYMENT.
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I Junior Chamber of Commerceand Continued from page 1

The Miami area lost two good people need to be prepared. the City of Miami Recrea- Choice Offeringin Elisha Clark, Samuel Rolle,
friend and citizens when Helen Well, then, we might say, if you tion Department moves Into the Mclvor Beverly Dil-
and Alvin Berckmann left her I are not for integration, and are beautiful Bayfrcnt Park Auditorium new 56th St. area Georgette Willie
Cassandra Harma
recently to make' their home in running for this particular office Saturday, Aug. 16 at 8 ATTRACTIVE DESIRABLE 2- lard, and
Phoenix, Arizona. The Berck- how about law and order? What p-m I I bedroom CBS, large Fla. room, Williams, Ronald Hepburn
the
other talented musicians of
manns are citizens of our coun- do you think about that? If the can be used as extra bedroom
try In the truest sense of the. court should ray, integrate the Teenagers from the Miami 'toed condition, priced low at area.

word they believe in American schools in this area, how about area are expected to crowd this $10,950. Compositions to be- rendered
democratic principles and that? Would you uphold the law Annual Summer Activity sponsored will Include "Moonlight' Sonata"
work to make these ideals turn and say so in public, as an official solely for their recreationon Fine Features Turellse," "Minuet f in d",
into realities. ? The answer-you know Saturday nights.! "Wallsteln Sonata," 4 "Sonata
In this 24 edroom CBS, large
>
that, too. ''Oh we can't have Highlighting this affair will be'bedrooms, plus spacious Fla. Patheplque," "I Love You" and
TRUE AMERICANS another Little Rock here in Miami -
,
melodiesThe
familiar
the coronation ceremony In which room, clean, priced today low at, many other
"
Surely respect; for law and public I is ,Trirlted > attend.
the Queen of the city play- 1J
Always civic minded and liberal for our Federal courts has reached $12,050.
in their thinkin, the grounds will be crowned. The
a new low in the ,South. We
will be
Berckmanng joined the NAACP queen and her escorts CBS
can only hope that all the can- Duplex
several years ago and became didates are not of the opinion Joined by the other contestantsin HARLEM SQUARE
two of the Miami branch1 most stated.REMEMBER. the Grand March as a climaxing 2-BEDRCOM AND BATH EACH I i
inspired and ''devoted Workers. just feature. APARTMENT, gracious living SWEET SHOPA
quarters, large lot, 100x105, good
The
activities of the NAACP In
'LITTLE 'ROCK
this The proper required dress for income, bargain $10,000 with FULL LINE OftOCBftllt
area during the past two
this special dance will be:
years have been tuccessful in These three word appearedsome good terms. COLD CUTS COSMETIC*
great part due to the participation time ago on material circulated Girls: Simple party dress. EXCLUSIVEVITII
of these two tireless and in St. Petersburg by the 208 N.W. 10th Street
selfless people.It White Citizens Councils Under- Boys: Dress shirt and tie with; E. HARRY DENNY

neath the words were these: shirt inside of pants. Peter BluestenREAL .
was with great regret and What every white person should .
sadness that the Miami branch do to keep segregation. It might What not to wear: Boys: "T" ESTATE I RICHMOND HEIGHTS
tennis Blvd. FR 3-7694
said "good-bye' to Helen and interest the citizens of Miami to shirts, dungarees and 530 Biscayne
Alvin Berdcmann. It will be a knov the kind of propagandathe shoes. r Build a home; of your chotc

long time before two other per- Councils are circulating Girl Shorts, pants, peddle - -
sons appear to carry on the workas throughout the South. pushers and tennis shoes. -
well at these two did in this I J
area. In fact, it may never haj>- They tell the White people of Anyone not In proper dress for After Graduation
pen. Those of us who remain the South: 'Don't eat in any restaurant this dance will not be admitted.All .

here in Miami now must work that employs Negroes, _
harder than ever before, remembering Don't employ any Negro under Coconut Grove, Dixie Have Your Picture Made
with love and affectionour any circumstances; Fire any park and Liberty City teenagersare
wants to teach Negroes especially urged to attend "
friends in Arizona. We wish teacher that c
them well, and God speed. ; Don't attend any theatre and witness this grand affair r, in your cap and gown 'f. ;
and Negroes
that has Whites Park Auditorium is

LAW lAND ORDER? mixing; Don't attend of mixing any of church the located Bayfront at 320 NE 5th at. across Fast Service Reasonable Prices \
that approves
the '
Blvd. Don't forget
It has: recently come to my races; Don't ride In any cab that Bl-cayn time is 8 prri. .j
attention that some of the people hau Negroes; Don't give any starting WE FURNISH THE CAP AND GOWN :

running for various offices in the chamber of commerce any donation Calling all Jaycees everywhereYour r 9O f
coming fall election in this area that sponsors Integratedball attendance Is urgently j
are, as usual, courting and woodIng games; Don't trade ;with needed l at this dance. Jaycee !
the Negro vote but! any merchant that tries to Integrate Franklin floss is working very .
this It a big word 4nit. The the races." hard to make there dances a i

handshakes are hearty, a* usual, This I lit America, friends, believe success He needs all the spec Johnson of MiamiNew
Hut- him A
the smiles ready and free. noilRICHMOND port you can five
it or
Integration awaits all who attend.
when a'ked' their position on surprise

already. ? You know the answer HEIGHTS Address: 409 N.W. 17tfc St.f I

Advertise It P'y, J ; - - - - - '- -
'"ThIs area ii not ready, Finest community iMflf :
"now is not the time," "T h t





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':'{! THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper" CAMPY NOW Life Sentence or LEGAL NOTICE

i: PAGE 14 SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1958 I RADIO SPORTSCOMMENTATOR Child ,AttackerFORT the Notice,undersigned Is hereby, Dante given E. Scola that

LAUDERDALE A and Silvio E. Scoia desiring to
man who raped' and murdered a engage in business under the
DESPITE SUITS . ANP) sentencedto fictitious name,
i (NEW YORK ( six-yearold child was
"Campy's Corner," a' new radio life imprisonment at hard Scfela Bros. Service Station
1 program, featuring Roy Campa- labor' Monday. In sparing!: the intend to register said name with
!1l Elks Plan nella, former (Brooklyn Dodgers I life of William A. Jackson, 36, the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
l catcher, in five minutes of :sports i Circuit Judge' Richard M. Sauls Dade County, Florida.
>> and interviews at 6 pan over took into account' his military
g station WINS, (began Monday.In service. Jackson, made no com Isl Dante E. Scola
Great SessionBy addition to airing his viewson ment. He had confessed luring |s' | Silvio E. Scola
\ sports, particularly baseball, Irma Lee Thompkins into a
Campanella will work with i thicket near her home March 1. August 9, 16, 23, 30

ALICE ,A. DUNNIGAN constitution and 'by-laws as a"substitute" sportscaster Chris S honkel, in. .
interviewing' outstanding stars
for legally adopted J
WASHINGTON (ANP) and celebrities on the show. I
by-laws.
Bus Service Miami 36 Florida
Members of the Elks fraternity The program is sponsored Courtesy ,
have been urged to prepare LAST 'CALL FOR Jointly by P. Ballantine and Sons
themselves for a great session of brewers of Ballantine ale, and COLEMAN'SGULF
'I the grand lodge which meets YM CAMP the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.
: here Aug. 24-29, and, to ignore SERVICE STATIONSWASH

I the suit pending a'gainst'' the order Tuesday, Aug. 19, will be the New ABC, CollegeKindergarten POLISH WAX TIRE REPAIRING
in New Jersey. final day for registration for the
ROAD SERVICE GAS OIL AND LUBRICATION
Carver Branch Residence Campat OpensThe
"This suit is about'
just the
Lake Placid. All parents. who EXPERT,AUTO REPAIRING
I same complaint: that has arisen
\ desire to enroll their boys for staff of the ABC College
spasmodically against the order from sporatically time to time and the camp, which will be held Kindergarten. takes great plea- ,276 N. W. Fifth Street 1628 N.W. 3rd Avenue

\ 'because some of the brothers became Aug. 23-30, are requested to do sure in announcing the openingof PHONE FR 9-0118 PHONE FR 4.I9V
I so immediately.All their new modern kindergarten. -
peeved and moved by passion I FR 98637s
feeling," declared Perry boys attending camp are The teachers have received
and
I( W. Howard, grand legal advisor' required to take a complete special training for this type of
,a physical examination. A doctor work.
will be available at the YMCA See that children get the
i NOTHING NEW your i . .-
-s-- -ii.- ir-i.YS- TSSVSSI. ISISI
office, 340 NW 13th street, Tues- very best pre-school training.We .
fi The suit Is nothing new, according day, August 19 at 9 a.m. Boys pick up and deliver the
to Atty. Howard, "!(because attending camp are requested to children with the convenience of I 1949 PONTIAO STATION WAGON
j; we have had these outbursts report on time for examinations.Announcement working as well as non-working

14 before, from the v e r y parents in mind. As an extra I Hydromatic Drive ;All-steel Body)
iJ inception of the organization. feature we offer music lessons
ii, He said the order was solvent and dancing lessons. Good Tires (Good ,Running Condition
and could take care of any obligations The Cotton Dress Ball, sponsored I For any information call NA
I r coming' up against it. A by Antlers Temple of Elks 1-6190 or NO 1-0128. The address Light Delivery or Truck for Lawn Work Tools
I: certified /jpublio accountant has No. 39, has been postponed from is 15575 NW 27th Ave, Opa
certified the soundness of the Aug. 15 to Saturday, Aug. 16, Locka.
order. one day later. Patrons are a.'ked Open house Sunday, Aug., 17, $265.00PL
The legal advisor said he did to hold their tickets for the beginning at 3 p.m. Free refreshments -
affair at he Elks Home, 329 NW terved.
not 'believe any "honest man, 8-2021
16th Terr. Dt. Velma Solomonis
,,
Judge or otherwise, would knock
down a temple carefully constructed Daughter Ruler. ST. JAMES A.M.E. - .
.T- 1.1.i. .T -
- -- -- -- gn.ss.i.E.i. .i.i.
i: for 60 which has
years, Dr. A Joseph Reddick, pastor
PATTERSONFIGHT
built multitude of membersand
a
up I
Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter
perhaps 10 million in prop- ATCAPITOL
erty in local lodges .and spent The Rev. O. E. Turner, one of
thousands on scholarships and the associate pastors of our
other developments of youth. church delivered a most master' DOR-CHA Inc.

"In spite of the rumors that Ladies and gentlemen! Hurry ful sermon during the 11 aim ,
have been put out through all Hurry! Hurry! Purchase your worship i ervice: on last Sunday I
these years, this organization Is ticket now for the Floyd Patterson morning. At the evening vesper I
Roy ,Harris World Heavy- worship service the pastor
a gage of ," he emphasized -
progress
: weight championship fight which .preached from the theme, "Being Real Estate Rentals
will be shown on ,big screen Present When Jesus Com ,"
SUIT (NAMES GRAND (theatre) television at the Capi. which was thoroughly enjoyedby
LODGE OFFICIALSThe tol Theatre, Monday night, Aug all who were present. Accepted -
18. into full membership were:
suit was filed against all Willis Dunwoody, Milar Barber: N.wfznd
officials of the Elks grand lodge, and ottie Cummings. 1009 Ave.Phone
I '
Including Robert Jackson, grand WARNER Sunday will climax- the pat tor's .
exalted ruler; William C. Hues- HINES. Inc. sixth anniversary celebration
ton, grand secretary; Perry Painting and f" and the fifty-eighth anniversaryof
B. Jackson, grand treasurer; and WaterproofingContractor. the beginning of St. James
Hobson Reynolds, grand directorof AME Church.Dr. ,FR 4.0028-FR 4-3853
civil liberties. Licensed and Reddick Is expected to be
at Ws best during both the morn-
The plaintiffs have asked the Insured by City and
MIAMI 36
evening worship period FLORIDA
and County ,
court to appoint a receiver for The men of St. James are
the ,grand lodge, a New Jersey 1863 NW 59th St. working exceedingly hard to
''i, corporation, and to "restrain"and Free EstimatesCall make the 10th Annual Men's Day
"enjoin" the grand exalted any hour ....; celebration an overwhelmingsuccess
f ruler, grand lodge officers and Ph. NE 5-6879 under the direction of
trustees from using the 1922 M Bros. John Il. Dean, chairman;

J. P. Newton, co-chairman and After GraduationHave
Dr. G. W. Hawkins, honorary' I


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I -1840 N.W.152nd Terrace
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Opa Locka-Tel. MU 1-2710 $14,900 total $4,300 down. Net WE FURNISH THE CAP 'AND GOWN
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Red Cross Hurricane Sheriff Freed THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"SATURDAY

QuicklyWater I AUGUST ,16, ,,1358 PAGE IS

Valley, Miss. (CNS)
ListSince Citing "it !was the only thing
Shelter the jury could do-the Niggerswere POOL SCHOLARSHIPS, TOO minimum rate will begin Aug. 17
getting out of hand around Samuel S. Thomas founder
here, talking smart to you righton N.C. GROUP and executive director Hot /fthe
: this Is the hurricane sea'I the street." Sheriff Buster PLANS organization said the school will
son and we have already recorded Treloar, who beat Woodrow Wil- PRIVATE be for illiterates, and beginners
two small !(blows, we hereby More Nurses son Daniels, a Negro, to death, NIGHT SCHOOL and will allow a high school
,
publish the official Red Cross was acquitted after less than 30( certificate: In four yean
shelter lists and hope it will not Are NeededThe minutes of trial. There were 4 GREENSBORO, N.C. (ANP) The organization hopes to use
become necessary for our Disaster eye-witnesses. To raise the status of the Negro A&T college facilities for these
Committee to go into ac- a locally formed group courses. The organization hopesto
tion. increase In population MIAMI CADETS the Mutual Association of Amer- further its educational pro-
NO. 1 SHELTERS the Increase in the number of ican Negroes, Inc., is mapping gn&m by paying, for correespon-
AREA Greynolds Park Clubhouse, hospitalizations has created an ATTEND ROTC plans for the opening of a pri- dence courses for prisoners.
Phone Wilson 7-3349. increasing demand for more vate nteht school for ''Negroes 'by NAAN also plans to offer four
Ojus.Bunche Park Elementary nurses. CAMP Sept. 15.Another. $1,000 scholarships for nurse

School, 16001 Bunche Park, Oipa .Nursirv is a career that pro- plan of NAAN is a training, two $1,000 medical
Locka. Phone 'NAtional 1-6262. vides a "second chance." Those TALLAHASSEE Four MI- Christmas season campaign for scholarships and five $1,009 gifts
persons not able o 'become regis- amians were among 14 Reserve $ OOOO to build a swimming pool for study in various fields.
AREA iNO. 2 SHELTERS eredt nurses can still have a Officer Training Corps Cadets for Negro children.A .
Dorsey High School, 7100 NW career in miring by \becoming a from Florida A&M University membership drive for at USE OUR CLASSIFIED
17th ave., Phone NEwton 5-2909. practical nurse. who recently successfully completed least 50,000 members at a $2.00 COLUMNS FOR RESULTS!.
Hialeah City Hall, Palm Ave. six weeks ROTC Summer
and 5th St., Hialeah., phone TU Course description: Full time training at Fort Benning, Ga.
day program, 12 months in
8-3421. The number
one cadet from
length preclinical THIRD AVENUE REALTY
; period 18 FAMU was Cadet Samuel B.
AREA NO. 3 SHELTERS weeks theory; clinical period-32 Houston of Jacksonville.
Bethune Elementary School, weeks hospital practice; accredited Houston finished 109 out Cad of 1322 e t Home and Lots for sale in all areas of Dade County
2900 NW 43rd Terr., phone NE by the Florida State Boardof cadets. Cadet Harvey P. Jeffer-
4-5917. Nursing. son of West Palm Beach, was Reasonably priced LISTINGS WANTED

505 Dunbar NW 20th Elementary St., phone FRanklin School- Requirements: Age 17-45. Ed- ing number 161 out two of from 1322.FAMU finish- 742 NW 3rd Ave. Phone FR 43297S.
3-3718. ucation two years of h I g h
school or the equivalent as determined The in 14 six FAMU weeks cadets of participated Hutcheson, Jr., Registered Real Estate Broker
AREA NO. 5 SHELTERS by an examination; U. intensivegeneral

George iShington> Carver I R. HMrpnsMn: nr- Irfo-ollw o IntonMnn M JkM_ 1 il.*...military."" __ ._training_..< LL which
School, 4901 Lincoln Ave., phone I of becoming one;; OOd-"h th1;;I tice fciiiuuca mem lu pui IntO
the
Highland; 4-2229. good character. military theory hat prac-I
taught at school. The
J. E. Lee' School
R. Elementary ,
6135 SW 66th St., phone MO Applications are being accepted weeks were designated so that Thought Have Wlngel-I Can Influence Others With My
now for the September classat each cadet was afforded maxi-
1-5175.
Northwestern Senior High any mum opportunity to participate THINKINGI
AREA NO.6, extending from Wednesday or Friday from 1-3 In Individual and small unit
Princeton north to Kendal Drive, p.m. Closing date for registra- training and to develop traits of NOW OPENING FOR THE FIRST TIME
includes Kendall, Perrine, Peters, tion is Aug. 20. leadership and ability to func-
Goulds and Cutler. tion effectively in the role of an For Advice and Help, Contact-
Area headquarters: Perrine HAITI ''CHIEF infantryman in small unit operations -
.
Highway Elementary, phone School CEdar, -Federal,2442.R. GIVEN DICTATOR Cadets from Miami who attended -w K STAR

R. Moton Elementary POWERS' '' summer camp were
School, Homestead Ave., Perrine, Clinton Brown, John A. McKinney -
phone CEdar 5-3313. Theodore Mills, Curtis Williams. ,...,..,, Psychic Reader Gifted Reader
PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti .
Reads your entire life. past,
!Mays Elementary School, 11700 (ANP) President Francois
"
Hainlln Mill Rd., Goulds phone Duvalier emerged from Haiti's present, future. Tells you any
long distance Homestead Circle latest political crisis 'with powerto I thing you wish to know without
7-1785. rule the Republic as a dicta- asking any questions.No .
Frank Crawford Martin Ele- I tor for the next six months. -

mentary School 14250 Boggs Dr., The National assembly empowered matter what your hope fear or trouble may be, I sea and
Richmond Heights, phone CEdar him last week to gov- will help youl! Give time and never falllno advice en all affaire
5-4224. decree after he takena
ern by had
of life, such a. love, courtship marriage, health, bualneet
prsonal part in crushing an attempt -
AREA NO.7Extending by three Haitian army officers change, wills, mortgages, law suit, lost or stolen article$
from Key Largonorth and four Miami, Fla. adventurers hidden treaeure. SATISFACTION GUARANTIED!
to Princeton; Includes to start a revolt.
Princeton, Naranja, Modello \All seven were killed after
Redland, Homestead and Florfda storming the barracks next to Gives Your Lucky Days Ycfur Lucky Numbers

City.A.. L. Lewis Elementary School the presidential palace No one In trouble turned away-Come with or without money

505 W 8th St., Homestead, phone WITH Private A Confidential Readlnp-R..dlnge for White A Colored

7-3949.long distance Homestead Circle WHY BE SICK? -

AREA NO.8' Examination of your Per Kane Note Permanent Addre**.-Take bus 18, p.... doer every
18 minute
tonal Ailment examination
plus
Extending from former toll
gate on Lower Matecumbe Key of heart, lung, 1(11( 27th Avenue
1650 N.W. Miami Fla.
north to Key Largo, and includes stomach, liver, pall bladder up ,
Key Largo, Rock Harbor, rectal prostrate Hour: Dally and Sunday 9 a.m. to S p.nv -Cloved Tuesdays
Tavernier Matecumbe, Islamorada Key. and Lower nerve and reflexes urinalysis, blood ,pressure Including COMMUNITY DRUGS Licensed by City, State, County

Area x.ray as Indicated. 6750 N.W.
headquarters: Hayhew 15th Ave.
Realty, Tavenier :phone long FREE CONSULTATION. .
distance Clip and bring this adl .., -,_ _n. '. ..._n_
Key Largo 2961.SUFFERERS. ..
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BABY ITEMS: Clothing etc.

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LADIES' Nylon hose, panties, brae, slips, belts, etc. Liberty City: '1370 N.W. 61st Street

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Simplicity patterns, dress material, and the Items to make the 1099 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 1-4554
Mon. thru Frl.'
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( I I Dental Meeting Best Ever' the Miss police.Isalbelle' Johnson, daughter WAR HITS HERE

of Mr. and Mrs. O. R. John- Continued, from page 1 {
WI' con of Mason's Addition, was
i CINCINNATI iNEXT YEAR v married to Hansel Pratt, son of fifths. Small dealers, and especially -
f I THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples Newspaper"PAGE Mrs. John Pratt and the late Mr. those In the ,Negro areas,
The forty-fifth annual convention Pratt on July 30. The Rev. Fr deal largely in half pints.
I!:T 1! of the National Dental Association 16 SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, ::1958 John Taylor performed the cere- The Shell's City package
wa ended last week mony at St. Agnes. The bride's tore delivered the big blow this
:: in Pittsbugh Pa., Aug. 37. For sister, Misu Rosa belle Johnson, week with $5 Old Crow bour-

the first time, the convention was . , _ _u_._ was maid of honor, and the best bon for $3.08 a fifth, and $4.30
housed in the Penn-Sheraton man was Thomas Rahminig. GiLbey's Gin for $2.98 a fifth.
Hotel All meetings, exhibits, reg- Seagram 7 Crown went at $3.39a
istration, luncheons, banquetsand In-Around The BahamasBy fifth .when the wholesale priceis
dance were held on the 17th NOTICEALUMNI $3.76. Scotch drinkers (got
floor of the hotel. The public TO MEET i Martin's VVO for $4.99 a fifth,
meeting was the only meeting A, H. McKENZIE The regular meeting of the and Old Granddad went at 489.

held outside the hotel. This meet- . .1 "l' . . . . BTW Alumni Association will be
ing took place on Monday evening held on Tuesday, Aug. 9 at 8
I Wilbur Sears James W. Ingra- Errol Neymour, 22, convict whois WANTED
at the School of the Health I o'clock at' the school. AH mem- .
Professions Aditorium at the ham and Eton Barr were each doing a five-year prison tent bers, including the recent class
I University of Pittsburgh. This sentenced to 20( years Imprison- for robbery with violence, Jumped of 1958{ are requested to be pres- Master' barber at Eureka
meeting took on a new look and ment for armed robbery, and life from a prison truck and escaped ent. Barber Shop 6888 NW 15th ave.
i truly it was one that shall never imprisonment for attempted mur on Aug. 2, before he hada 70 percent commission. Call
I be forgotten. The meeting was der, the (sentences to run concurrently month to his credit. Neymour, RICHMOND HEIGHTS NE 47894.
so impressive that a resolution The Jury found them alias Aglin Wright, alias' Mice,
was 'passed that the annual guilty in the Supreme Court has been seen hiding in the A nice place to live I Advertise It Pays!
meeting will from now on be on Aug. 1 after a trial of two
: :held in cities that afford such and' a half days. .----.-----.-- "-- .---- ---
,I 'accommodations as were enjoyed On Saturday, April 5, the trio +
in Pittsburgh. To this end the held up Albury's Food Supply,
,convention is to be held at the Shirley Heights, and shot James Fair is FromVISIT
I, :Sheraton-Gibson Hotel in Cincinnati Moss, an employee, in the arm. Realty Easy to Buy
the fla.t week in August. They made their escape, but
'someone had taken the license

Florida at the was meeting largely The represented following- numbr Investigation on the Department car. The Criminal did the OR CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645j]

: Floridians were present: Drs. I. rest.
I S. Manning and R. W Hunt of: Ingraham is a Miamian.
Orlando; L. C Ervin of Jackson- ,,T .
ville; Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Smith The Rev. Dudley Strachan and 11/
.j of West Palm Beach; Dr. and Mns _
Miss Sheila Rice of Barbados,
: D. E. Smith of Tampa Dr. and
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; will be married at a Sun g _
Mrs. C. E
Wright and daughter,
Nuptial Mass at St. Agnes on
of Tampa, and G. W. Hawkins of:
1
Miami August 14 at 6:30: am. The Rev. I
John Taylor' will conduct the j S
'I 1 I :, f* The officers elected are as follows ceremony and .the ,celebrant at
: the Mass -will be Canon Addington 1
4 1
} Johnson of St. Matthew's r "S
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Drs. Charles E Willlamte Church cf the '
Illinois : ; Rev. Peter Seargil y 't }
president; Hosea M. Proffitt, Cathedral, Deacon; Rev William
I; Arkansas, president-elect; W. K Thom on, chaplain of Princess
Elliott, Wait Virginia, vice ,press Margaret Hospital, and assistantat
dent; E N. Jackson, Virginia, St. Mary's Church, subdeacon;
I secretary-treasurer. Rudolph Duncombe, master of
I ceremonies.
/ Newly elected members to the '
Following the wedding the 2"w
excutive igoard were I couple will leave for Miami ? ,
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Drs. Millard Dan, Washington; where they will spend their
G. W. Hawkins, Miami, and Wil- r honeymoon. Deacon Strachan is
va Waller, Pittsburgh master at St. John's College, and
the bride-to-be is also a teacher -
Da4 I R. Q. Vinson of Memphis, who arrived in the Colony a
was elected chairman of the ex- few weeks a-go.
eecutive board, and G. W. Haw- .. ,.vw. .aa .aw- r t.ud1 aw.+oL.P C..
kins was elected secretary of the A large number of Americans,
executive board. Dr David E. Colored and White, have poured WHY PAY RENT?
Smith of Tampa, was elected into Nassau during the pas t
,regional vice president of zone 4 couple weeks. Amxtfg them were -
(zone 4. comprises Tennessee News Commentator Elliott J. t .

Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Mis- Pieze and Editor H E. S. Reeves NEW! 'Opa Locka Beauties t b-. Custom Built
sissippi
and
Louisiana.) both of the Miami Times; Harold;
Brown, cantor and secretary- 3-BEDROOM CBS HOMES
treasurer of St. Agnes, Miami;
$1,000 or Your Lot the Rev. John Reece of St.Peter'S Only $795 Down
Church, Key West, who
As a down payment, 3 bed will preach} at St. Agnes on Sun- J.
day. ONLY 1 MORTGAGE NO CLOSING COSTS
room new, on corner on two
lots. See our model at 1885 NW 155th St. Also two now being finished on
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2901 NW ,43rd Terr. Forty-three-year-oidl Arthur
Norman of Adelaide sustained a NW 154th '5t. near NW 17th Ave. You can have water front lots now
'1332 N.W. 59th St. broken leg on Aug. 4 when a available to build. Choose your colors. Close to public and high schools.
2395 'N.W. 68th St. truck he was driving collided Separate living room, dining room, kitchen and all modern 'bathroom,
Lots for sale. Cash for your with a car on the Interfleld Road. outside patio, large lots. Priced low. Built-in oven and range, tile roof,

lots. Baron, JE 8-1340. driver Geonge of Gilbbs the car of, received Chippingham abra-, large walk-in closets. Open this Sunday 1 to 6 p.m. Hurrylll! !

I sions on his forehead and hU
!i' Open 3-5 p.m. year-old son lost a tooth. Mrs. I NORTH MIAMI BEACH $595 DOWN

Gilbbs was not injured. Jam e f CITY WATER bedroom partly furnished home. .II
i 1 p. h truck Morrison, 24 slightly, who was in the r' I NEW! only $495 'Down NEW! City water. All jalousied, on large
\ was injured.
Call :t 1 3-bedroom CBS, carport, close to lot. See 5810 NW 13th Ave. Sep.
TAYLOR : Burdire shopping center. See our arate living room, dining room,
'RICHMOND HEIGHTS I yellow model house facing NE Florida room, enclosed front

FR 9-1703 Finest 14th ave. on the corner of NE ,151 porch, stove and refrigerator, second
community :living Terr. We have keys. A beauty. bedroom has separate entrance

Brown Sub NEW. Beautiful good for rental.


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\See 4945 N.W. 29th (lAve. and room, dining room, kitchen, jalou
\See 3026 N.W. 51st !Terrace tied porch, carport, partly fur-
t Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Built-in oven, and range. Priced nished with stove, Vefrigerator,

SAME DAY SERVICE low. wall to wall carpeting, city water,
new area. 1st mortgage payment
\ ? w ; ALL MAKES ALL MODELS_ INCOME CBS NICE AREA includes insurance and taxes. Well
4-BEDROOMS 3 BATHS landscaped.
Consists of 3 separate rental
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Ranches. Large 'lot, 50x143. If you
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