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Title: Miami Times
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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: July 11, 1959
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r ACCUSED OF series, of seven rapes of Negro Kimlbro and James Humbert after later investigation linked him ?tymonette was a familiarJftgum ,.'" \
women last February twhen, he one of-his victims spotted him with four more assa vie. in the.Brownsville ,8DdIIJb-! : :"':
I ; 7 ASSAULTSf ;.tI terrorized women In the Browns while she :was being taken to a tim was a young erty 'City areas. He( wore black .t.
: rf vllle and Liberty City areas. He hospital in an ambulance. He and another a lexical robe as hex went about
I Charles A. Symonette 28; who pleaded guilty before Circuit fled .as a deputy sheriff tried to attending a nYenUo e Streets on Friday and Satur- .
I 4 wore a black robe and 'posed.u Judge Grady I* Crawford, > arrest him but was captured two Liberty City nights soliciting money {for
a preacher as he collected money weeks later.Sylmonette. W /
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U' around town, was sentenced to The strapping{ slx- life Imprisonment:Tuesday. Symonette was captured la..February confessed to three fatacks. v ctj ''t1La5'' '4 nl.tOref"n\.chUPev, the ; )1' I Ist'larea
Symonette was accused of Si by Detectives William I rape charges at the time, and :: _.' .
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ATLANTA A federal Judge
Thursday ordered the Atlanta*
Board of Education to produce by'
Forest Hills Tennis Dec 1 a complete 'plan for at
'"prompt' and reasonable start"
1ro toward desegregation of the city's

Club Bias Hits Bunche public Federal schools.Judge Frank Hooper-

based his order on a nonjury
trial last month of a suit by 10
rep r Negro parents ,who sought to
rx NEW YORK The New York break segregation barriers in the
x Post said Thursday that Ralph Atlanta ,city school system At
Gunmen Flee Bunche, undersecretary of the conclusion of the trial Hooper
14 h ITT n United Nations and Nobel Peace had. ordered an end to segregated -
Prize winner, has been notified practices, but he had set no
that neither he ''nor his son could date for the presentation to his
become members of the West court of a plan implementing the
(Reading from, 'left to right: Scouts of.America, Ixoria District EmptyThree Side Tennis club in Forest Kills. order
Boron Mtldredv ,Clarke, .GloriaEady Dept. chairman and Heroines of The Judge Hooper, apparently taking
t Elln Pierce;' Lola.. Hicks, Jericho secretary., Burglund the president, med into ''account Georgia's strict
dean' of pledgees, Hattle Brace Miss Gloria Eady, Floral Parks. gunmen fled empty- state laws requiring segregationin
and Constance 'Sandllanda Elementary.Mrs. .,- handed from the office of Florida I Bunche that the club excludesNegroes all public schools! said the
The, oath -of allegiance; tares Ellen Pierce, Floral Park Realty Co., 1099 NW 3rd are., and Jews from membership school board could submit its desegregation
deeply felt "'by these outstanding Elementary librarian Greater, plan "contingent upon ,
teachers of, Dade County schools Bethel AME Sunday School teach Thursday when a member of the the. enactment of statues permit- -"
who recently became members of er and a( OWest Club member. firm saw them through a mirrorand ing such plans to be put into op-
the National Sorority of Phi Del- Mrs. Constance Sandllands, I called an alarm to police. Register Today! eration."
ta Kappa, Alpha Delta Chapter Liberty City Elementary, Mt
Miss Hattle Brace, Phyllis Tabor Baptist Church Sunday I The holdup men, all Negroes,
Wheatley Elementary School School teacher, Girl Scouts of covered Karl Ahlstrom, an em- '
teacher, Greater Bethel AME America Ixoria Dist, Neighbor
Sunday School teacher, presidentof hood chairman and Elks Liberty ploye of the' firm, who told them City Laborers Win
the AME Young People's Temple No. 724 vice Dt ruler. be had no money ;The trio fled

League for the State of Florida. We are happy to have them as Murray Sussrtian, manager, ..
Mrs. Mildred Clarke, Phyllis share with Alpha Delta the deep witnessing$ their entry through
Wheatley teacher, Mt. Zion Baptist : sincerity, the unity, and the ,
mirror in back called
room
Church superintendent of dedication ftf,the National Soror- a po

Young IPeoplefs' Dept., Girl ity of Phi Delta Kappa. lice. Equal Pay FightThe :i



I Four Charged in TheftsThree City Commission voted on I been paid five cents an hour less
Wednesday' to wipe out the five- than White laborers.
cents-tan-hour difference in the
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Negroes and a wealthy pay of Negro and Whltd laborers
solely on color, "Shiver said.
Bay Heights resident were arrested Commissioner Otis W Shiver
Monday In the theft of 26 MILLIONS introduced the resolution after The city classifies laborers as
new $275 air conditioners from LEFTTthNEGRO the discriminatory practice had White Laborer One, Colored Laborer
and White and Colored
the Domestic Refrigerating Co. One
attention
been brought to his by
407 NW 1st court'Harry Miami Ministerial Laborer Two.
the Greater ,
was( charged Yates:with, 290 purchase E. Shore Dr-and TOTS Alliance, Rev. Edward T, Graham, White Laborers I get $1.30 an I

possession of four of the stolen president. hour. White Laborers II get $1.35
conditioners re. an hour. In both classifications
air scale will be
The new pay (
Curtis Knight, 30, of 1645 NW I CHICAGO1.ANP) Harry reactive to July 1, and $%5.000haa cents Nejro less laborers were getting five
Fifth ave.; Dozier Stevens 55, of R. Kenda southern, born, and CIGGIE CAUSES been added to the budget to .
917 NW 3rd ave., and John Mar- bring the Negroes' to that had known the difference
bred, left early a third of his pay up "u we & ,
.. tin Goulds, ,22,,,of 360 NW 7th-at.,- mUUcft/{ trst&W IN APT. of Whites. hr the pay was based only
FIRE
to
provide
all employees of the companyr $14 Po .' 'Since 16&2, Negro laborers have on color, we would never have 1"-
from which the air conditioners R>J5 : JJegro children checked permitted J it to exist this Ion,." .
i l were stolen are the other three and aiedY'h ?and Negroes, It A tenant who .out ofa There are 437 Negro and 68 f .
at
men. was learned last week. 14-apartment rooming; house $((1,000; damage. The blaze was; White laborers on the city
t Detectives said Knight and 319 NW 3rd ave., early Tuesday roll. P8Y'I'
confined to the one room.
Goulds had confessed to taking Kendall,. who -' died April S, morning picked up all his belongings -
part in the theft of air conditioners but one a lighted cig- One tenant, Harry Smith, 00, Rev, Graham said the matter
from the refrigerating firm 1958, was a founder of the aret. Mras treated for minor Injuries had been brought to the attention !
and of turning four of them ove Washington National Late Insurance Firemen said the burning butt offered when be barged out of of the city as far back as
to a cab driver now working Co., Evanstoi';',111. He and a was responsible for the fire which his apartment, but was not admitted 1952, but the then city managerE. f.
with ,police breaking the case brother, George, founded the forced other roomers Into the to Jackson Memorial .'A. Evans, refused to honor the
-for sale to Yates for $80 each. company in Springfield-, in 1911. street, and caused en estimated lospital. i request for equity. t I




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O. E. Graves, state legal counsel chapter had until Tuesday to ask: violated if they are forced to ed later that they had to' appear,i Albury.
and member'Of for rehearing. The of their NAACP and records I
for the NAACP a legislative artver questions testify produce as a
the Miami branch, has passed investigation will be resumed activities.The basis for answering questions. It! Graves indicated that the witnesses
up the opportunity of requestinga here July 20. four witnesses HefJed the was this ruling the NAACP appealed -I I would mike full use of all 1 .. ,
rehearing before the U. S. Supreme The high court on June 23 committee at hearings last year, to the U. S. Supreme I legal tactics based on the court
Court in their fight with denied the four a hearing OQ the refusing to answer questions or Court. I I
the Florida Legislative Investigative grounds that their constitutional discuss> the NAACP membership The four witnesses are Graves,I ruling which said the committee,] ..
Committee. rights of privacy and freedom of roll*. the Rev. Theodore Gibson, Mrs. must establish "proper predicate"] .
I'our'members of the local .belief cud< association would be The State Supreme Court rul Ruth Ferry and Mrs. Vernal P. for questions. ..;1 '
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Governor Edmund G. Brown I into the 'real need for minority }: tl/): ;. 4o . ',-:,.
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that their efforts, "combined with I ness of applicants for state jobs. : SE'RVIC'E Ii 1 1A ,
an upsurge of liberal conscience"I SPECIAL CHEST X-RAY I r jJ.

paved the way for major civil: I
rights legislation in California I Sand Modeling To .give people the best possible 3-Day ExcursionTo

this year. Xral.service, a gas gen-
.'Your newspapers have \Qofcrt! Contest at Va. Beach erator 'was installed on your Dade Louise Beauty Shopat Bimini

the issue constantly in the forefront County Tuberculosis Association
Address
of public consciousness," Virginia :Beach /bathers will Christmas Seal Mobile Chest X- New
the Governor said in an address have a special event in store for ray Unit. The traveling unit can The Bahama Island Elks' A3-
before the association's 21st an- them on Friday, July 10 at 2 take Chest X-rays cit the .people, Louise's[ Beauty Shop, formerly sociation's annual meeting is
located at 442 NW 7th st, has scheduled for the island of Bin
nual convention in Los Angeles' pjm. whw the Dade County Park where they work, where they
Biltmore Hotel. and Recreation Department Will live, on a' five-day a week basic. reopened its business at 490 NW ini on a three-day weekend ,a i
sponsor the third in a series of 8th st. Operators associated at Jaunt. The palatial yacht "Baha
Governor Brown described as Sand Modeling Contests tor Get your free cnest X-rays at: the beauty shop in addition to ma Queen," with a capacity of t.
the "major achievement" of his Louise Mesdames George, 35 will Miami Saturday
are leave
Two
beach-goers. previous con-' Monday, July 13 NW 6th
first six months in Sacramento
tests held at Haulover Beach and Simpson, Wiggins, Frazer and midnight, Aug. 1, arriving at
ave. and 19th st., 10 to 12 and 3
the passage of an "honest, fort-
Crandon Park Beach have provedto to 7 Jdhn Dallas Robinson. All linesof Bimini Sunday morning, Aug. 2,
right Fair Employment Practices be of pjm.Tuesday beauty culture is stressed. starting date of the 3-day visit.
Commission ..Act. great interest, and a July 14 NW 2nd
Governor Brown pointed out large ifield ct entries is antici- ct., between 19th and 20th sts, The group twill leave Bimini on
that FEPC was not the only pieceof pated for the Virginia Beach 2 to 7 p.m.Wednesday. Islams to Hear the return trip to Miami Tuesday
progressive legislation approved Contest which Is open to child- July 15 NW night.
-by the State legislature: now ren 4 years of age and over as 3rd ave., between 19th and 20th Jeremiah ShabazzA Excursioners are urged to get
fully controlled by Democratsfor well as to adults.Registratiorl sts, 2 to 7 pan' their tickets early. Round 'trip
Thursday, July 16 Joe's visiting minister from Atlanta -
the first time in this century.
and reservations
fare is
for the $15
contestat may
Market, 430 NW 20th st., 10 to Ga., will be guest speaker
One bill, authored by Assemblyman
1:30 made Travel Bu
'With be at North's
on Friday the actual
Jesse M. Unruh, states 12 and 3 to 7 p.m. Sunday afternoon, July 12 at the
contest getting underway im- reau, 1104 NW 3rd ave., phone
17 3rd local Muhammad Islam
flatly and unequivocally that all Friday, July NW ave. Temple of -
citizens of California are free and mediately.until 3:00: pjn.Contestants to complete will their have and 21st st., 10 to 12 and 3 to 7 615 NW 2nd ave. i FR 96779.

equal, and are entitled to full and Minister Jeremiah Shabazz will
required
optional models p.m.Everyone
equality of treatment, he said. which 18 years of age and be the speaker with/ an unan-
follows
are as : over should have a chest X-ray nounced subject and the time is "
Specifically, it requires that all Girls and boys 4 years of age once a year. 2 o'clock in the afternoon. LOTS FOR SALE
persons) be -treated equally in accommodations through 7 years rabbit.
facilities, privi- Grls and boys 8 of ----- Corner: 150 x 120
years age
leges and service,, in all business
through 11 years elephant. Build lot
establishments. Violation
may result on-your
Girls and !boys 12 through 16- y ES" -The Best Live
in a $250 fine and paymentof People at . mine
full damages to the person in- Alligator. or

jured. Adults 17 and over. Men and We take' care of financingNO
Another bill, authored by As- women (will compete in the same ,ATLANTIC MANOR GARDEN
semblyman Hawkins, makes it division with the required model MONEY DOWN
unlawful for any owner of publicly I being a bizd.Rtbbons : .
assisted housing to refuseto APARTMENTS Cash paid for your loU or
sell, rent or lease accomoda- will be awarded for
first, second and third places in homeSEYMOUR
tions to any. person because of .
each division
race, clor, religion or national immediately after BARON
origin. j, the judging is completed. Additional -

Violation calls for a $500 fine posted In.contest the Virginia information Beach area is 32nd Ave. and 42nd St., Northwest JE 81340Llcenl"'d

and full payment of damages to or may be obtained from the and Insured Builder
the Injured person. Dade County Park and ,Recreation
"We are far from satisfied, but "''JII. ,r' .
Dept. by calling FR 3-6385. \ ) 'a F'-: '"--

Gox.we have Brown made said.great- strides," !Ie.&*....:.:bV*:...**:....*...":.yV'fe'A**'............... ......-.....fX....................._. .......
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"How much further we go, and >h *W l. t.* l. .M.* t 1A IRh' :IL.IM.IA' ' S'pgt .DI tytf tt r Mi .U

how fast we move, is in considerable J. A. BURROWS r
measure up to you," he
added. "You can and should be #
crusaders. TRANSFER I LOW SUMMER RATES n#

Never hesitate to push if 'We in For K
government seem to be slowing quick, dependable m
down," he said. "Never hesitateto Service .
denounce if we in governmentseem e
Phone' OX 1-9163
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Brown revealed that as a result -
of efforts by editors in California Specializing in furniture J J Large Airy New

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OUR $40 and $50 OUR REGULAR $35 WHITE
FINEST SUITS drastic action! All merchandise sold during this sale is from TUXEDO JACKETS .

$ 88 our regular stocks, and carries the traditional Browning King Whit and Colons: Sites 32 to 54 ;
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To' Only Reieee.
guarantee. Alterations while you wait if necessary. Store hours: HoTw Only $987
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This'special group of suits, If 'regular .. Grog ,
would sell for $40 and $50.
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ALL OUR REGULAR. $35 and. $40 ALL OUR REGULAR $50 and $60 All Our REGULAR $105

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TO REDUCED ONLY $1588( (i TO ONLY $2 388 $ ,4 f88

Cool, comfortable linen weaves and import Shape-retaining Dacron blends 'in blues TO ONLY TJ37
ed Madras fabric from India. Solid colon, browns, and grays. Ideal_ for all-ooca fon Luxuriously tailored in fancy patterns and
plaids, patterns. '.j.J _ ____ wear. solid colon, including whites r 1

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All Our REGULAR 860 All Our REGULAR $75 ALL OUR REGULAR $150 FINE

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Smart all wools, wool,and silks,and imported Exclusive. blends impeccable tailoring and Ton choose from fine silks, mohaln. '
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Irish linen fabrics. For casual wear or a big grays ...
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1959 Our round table discussion on problems affecting Come'and; a ear"t'.
newspaper :delivery, agentsetc., is always helpful.At This Man .' .. n

4 p.m. there, was a conference with representa ---_..__...... _._ -----_.._-,- : ,
tives of National Public Relations. The address of Judge A A
David Williams of the Municipal Court; of Los Angeles\
was a masterpiece. '< |
At 7 p.m in the Galeria .oom-'the"-Carnation Comp-
any was host for. cocktails. .,' I..

FR 3.2236 Russ is spending two days with relatives some 15
'Ave' FlorIda-Phone
Office at 1112 N.W, Third (' ,, Miami
Plant at 6740 N.W., 15th (,Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 miles from our hotel but he keeps in ,touch) with me.

.. SUBSCRIPTION RATES; -TONE Friday night the big social event our annual ban-
YEAR '$4.M SIX MONTHS'' $2.76 ,THREE MONTHS $1.70 quet came off. Loss Angeles folk really turned out 1,000
strong. Sydney and Deloris and Earl and Martha were my A
< SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor
H. E.; .
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor guests.P.
W. Young Sr., publisher of the Norfolk Journal
.GARTH C. IlKUVHS, Managing Editor and Business Manager. and guide was guest speaker. '
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TKMPORA MUTANTUR 'ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ELLIS
"The Times Are Changed And We Are Changed With Them"Entered annual Distinguished Editor's awards went to Ralph Mc-
-- -- Gill of the Atlanta Constitution and P. B. Young, pub- y
ns Second Class Matter, August 0, 1927, at the Post Officeat lisher of the Journal and Guide.
Miami, Florida, under the act of March! 8, 1870
The Guide also won the coveted John B. Russwurm t 4 '
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKYe award for all around general excellence by amassing the
highest number of points.
Editor spent a week in Los Angeles, California, Eight other papers and 16 working newspapermen
leaving ;Miami on the.,23rd,of June and returning on, the received plaques and trophies.In PASTOR, PICKETT

30th. Accompanying him'was grandson, Ruse Joilivette conjunction with this meet, the Los Angeles Sentinel :Beginning next 'Monday night
Jr. He is 13 years of age and what a companion he made. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Washington, publishers, celebrated a two-week revival meeting :will
We were attending the National News- be conducted at Zion Hill Bap-
their 25th anniversary. They published a 105 page tist Church, corner INW 24th ct.
paper: Publishers Association meeting. anniversary number that is a credit to the newspaper and St., Brownsville.The .
Without Russ, there would have been no : world and Los Angeles officially and otherwise gave them
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trip.
D' _' first class recognition.Our and members are extending an
We had our tickets since June 8; but sessions closed on Saturday.We invitation to the general public.
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our date for departure was June 23. On .. : lived at the Biltmore Hotel, the largest in Western "For the great,day pi his,wrathis

June 20 a member of my body rebelled, _k, " ,l" America ((15QO( rooms) in the heart of the business to come stand;?"and Revelation who shall 6:17.be, ,able..; ,I
and it was impossible for me to get my district. Underneath the lawn in the foreground is Per
left foot into a shoe, This, looked like ,a shJng_garage with a capacity for 2,000 cars. FOR RENT '* ,::;

real disappointment.. Although I had been Now we enjoy for the remainder of our stay at the $17 PER WEEK, 2-bedroom
pleading with that foot for two; days there: seemed tobeno cozy home of Sydney and Deloris. Deloris is a charming ,stove, refrigerator' and water
compromise. On the 22nd,my mind, was made up. Having free. Also furnished one-ibedrooms
faith that It: could be person and a very good cook. 844 NW 70th st. Phone NA! 1- 3.'indf.
done and In sPite of the
oppo.
Mrs. Mattie Thomas (mother-In'-law) lives with
mUon
of 95 percent; of the family we. left, on the morning them.
of the 23rd, as planned.Luckily .
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Sidney took us to Walt Disney's Disneyland often j.
a favorite pair of slippers came to the rescue. called "Magic Kingdom" because it combines fantasy and 100 '
These did duty the whole week, although they had
a history adventure and learning together with every va- ;, .
wheel plenty chairs of assistance now. from wheel chairs. Somewhat used to riety of recreation and fun designed to appeal to every- USED' "

Things went alright until ,we reached 'El Paso Texas. one. ,
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Some mechanical trouble To mention ,just a few: The Jungle river boat ( I had
change planes. developed, and we had to to take a ride in that. Russ took two rides) submarine TV i/\i
autopea freeways gift shops excursion trains
There were more passengers than, could be accomo- covered .
dated on this ,plane,-but everybody respects the wheel also wag
chair, SOl we were among the fortunate ones. .
There is more than one ,can even think of.
It American Airlines 'although late
plane
was an we '
had fine We took a tour of ,Forest Lawn Memorial Park and MONEYDOWN
a very flight to Los Angeles. .
Russ' uncles and their wives, the Sidney Jollivettesand the, Farmers Market. '
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two sons, Sidney Jr. and Frank, and uncle Earl, were Forest Lawn. is quite a place. Here you find cemetery '
crematory, mausoleum, flower 'shop, insurance and
waiting to greet us and take us to our hotel. They were
the little churches of Forest Lawn.. There are four of
disappointed because they had planned for us to be their them.
house guests. '
On Wednesday Deloris, she is Sidney's wife, took us "The Wee Kirk 0' the Heather" is constructed from 12"
to the Knott's Berry Farm and Ghost Town, Buena Park the original plans of the Glencairn, Kirk, Scotland whore

This is quite a distance from our hotel We, went over the 250' years ago Annie' Laurie lived and worshipped. Anme -
freeways and enjoyed the ride.Berry s'family story is told in nivovoiiicu' r1 eo.lass.......:... window a in t

Farms is an interesting place, Wee. Kirk."The. "
Beginning back in 1920 the .Ki)ott's family Little Church of the Flowers" takes its namo
rented this farm and planted berries. Seen \- from the flowers that bloom the year round both'sides

years later they bought. 10 acres and of its sunlit nave. ,
started selling berries ,etc. ,Today it is a The words... of Jesus above, its chancel express its
260-acre tract with '40 'acres of parking creed : .
space.,The i arm.really goes.,back to Walter "A new commandment I'' give you, that ye love one
I :Knott's. grandfather} ,who headed for I another." 1r.
California 1868 m'a covered wagon. I The Church, of the Hills is a sacred: memorial to the
Deloris was our guide. We visited religious poems of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. The
the museum, the Ghost Town newspaper. Church of thA Hills at Forest Lawn Hollywood. Hills. Is
old ('print shop, the old school with slates screwed downto copied after the First Parish Meeting House in Portland,
the old desks, the Ghost"Town and Calico railroad, tooka Maine, where the great poet worshipped as a boy. '
ride on the train which was held up by old West bad- There is a.bust of Longfellow, a replica of the one
men; the haunted shack, wagon camp, sox maker and ?n Westminster: Abbey.
gift, shops. Russ took in many more scenes. He and Syd- "The Last Simper Window in the :Memorial Court of
ney Jr. panned for gold in.the ,old mine ,and were success- Honor" recreates in macrnlficence stained glass Leonardoda
ful. His, gold is in two small vials. Vinci's immortal masterpiece and its inspiring story.

The restaurant is crowded, lines outside waiting. If this was the only attraction at Forest Lawn, it ,
They say an average of 7,000 are served here on Sundays. would be well worth the 45 minutes you saw and listened .
Returning we found Sydney at home After refresh to the story.:
ment and a rest, off for a ride ,through Hollywood, and Nor Clnwe sav one bit less about America's largest
then to ,bed. religious painting of "The Crucifixion" by John Styka. It
It's Thursday, the convention opens at 10 a.m. and Vote is truly an inspiring and unforgettable spiritual experi- ,
ffo on a tour of the movie'studio at 10:30. Russ'wakes me, ence.,'

but it's too late, so I have breakfast in bed, and took it The Church of the Recessional was patterned after
easy until the afternoon session. On this occasion one of the anMent Church of St. Margaret in Rotterdean, Eng-

our speakers was Thurgood. Marshall,. chief defense- counsel . land Rurivard Kiolinor lived for years in this picturesqueSussex
for the NAACP. : villnee and it was there that he wrote "Recession.al" .
During the evening Mr. and Mrs. Percy Jolli. his immortal nlea to remember. Almighty God and be
vette visited and took us sightseeing. We went by the coliseum humble before Him. ,
where the \Dodgers were handing the PhiladelphiaPhillies Near the home of Kit>1inQ" stood the Church of St. TV Service Special.
their' fourth defeat, also many other interesting Margaret where he, went for prayer. 21" Picture Tube 24.95
The Church of the Recessional was built upon the 5 Year Warranty
places.Friday morning at 11 the association held a con- idea Kipling expressed as a sacred memorial. It also
ference' with Hon. Edmund 'C. Brown governor of Cali- contains the famed Bougu reau's painting. "The Song of
fornia. Very interesting. the Angels." TV JOE INC.

'.t.1t qCola Company. Moss Kendrlx, representative On Monday eveninjr Bettie, she is Percy's wife, tookus ,
,
f :was; ,'our luncheon host. '_ to rUnner, then to a movie to see the "Ten Commandment -
At 2 p.m. James Clarke, representative from the U.S. *." 5211 NE 2nd Ave.

Post Office at,Washington, D.C., gave an interesting ad- Tuesday Russ was the guest; of other members of the
dress on "Postal Rates and. Their Effect Upon, Newspap- family The John rheeseboroughs: (Rose) took him to Phone PL 1-8511. .
ere.*'&l picture! on operating'a modern. Post Office was the Pacific Ocean Park where you find all manner of Open bally 9 to 9
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Demand, New Deal "j ": :LE1; : .: . CL N r (jL'E N aia n :'''4r


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WILL WITHHOLD '. CLEAN.

SUPPORT FROM Ye. Editor's Notebook ,
BALKINGCANDIDATES .'.k : Continued from page 4 fr _
I na
amusements. Then to some other places for 'a full day's


.,.t;?:By,FRANK. 8ILVERA outing.Ye Editor' had to rest during the day because. the
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$.So uth: era''Negro' delegates to the midnight flight home was coming up.
International Longshoremen's Association During the evening Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jollivette,
'iheeting here were ask- her. name is also Deloris, and Mr. and Mrs. John Jerry
ed this week by a of their
Now: York colleagues group to place the Bryant, another member of the Jollivette family joinedthe
1LA squarely behind the total group in a farewell at Sidneys. We enjoyed barbecue,
racial integration fight. The re- charcoal-broiled steak, coffee and other niceties preparedby
quest in the form of an open let- Deloris.
ter called "an appeal to reason"
astoed support only for such can- We also met a friend and classmate of C. M. Jolli
didates, for union elective' offices vette who operates two filling stations. He Is Ben Saxon. r
,who pledged in advance to ni- Los Angeles with 451 miles is the largest city in the k, '

tlate if.elected.fair employment practices world, with its mountains, freeways, beautiful flowers :
and sites far too numerous to mention, plus its fine people

The of letter the New signed York by five delegation members you meet on every side. Our visit was really enjoyable . ,

pointed out that the actions of We returned home on Wednesday just in time for
,the Longshoremen at the Miami ."Buss to join his father and sister, Cleo, who here leaving a
convention would reflect not only for Port Arthur, Texas, where they go for a week. Accom-
their own determination, but panying them was James Strachan, assistant manager of
'would enable them to' "join the
"millions of others in Americanow the Liberty Theatre. Returning with them will be Mrs. Regina .
struggling to make a reality Jollivette (grandmother) who comes to look after
of our preachments of. Democ- Cleo, Harold, Russ and Papa, while mamma (Frances) is

racy"Among attending New York University and sister, Gina, is camp-
: the., suggested demands ing in upper New York State.
''t to
,were: during the, convention !. editor of the Pittsburgh Courier. He looks the picture of
good health Diaz I if now publishing "Ebony Life," a mag
1.An immediate end \\0 discriminatory "
azine after "Jet.
patterned That's the super-dry taste you get
hiring policies as exemplified -
: in lily-white office when you make your; f\lIS\ ttMAfft'S(
staffs ILA headquarters i.e. ex- .
,
ecutive, clerical and admin1straJive. Expression of . Martini with clean-tasting ..
; (at present no Negroes are PLANTSFruit pis't1LL1ED 9
employed in, such capacities.) GratitudeTo FLEISCHMANN'SGIN RYaIN.

2. A movement (with all deliberate trees, flcjwers, shade trees. our many friends who con
speed to drop the practices One of the largest variety selec- tributed to the Mission Fund we a.-
of" certain jurisdictions of slamming tion In Miami. Come by and takea wish to express deep appreciation. -
the doors in the faces of They are: Jeremiah Pratt
'Negro workers. Thus stopping look. $2; Sidney Cox $10; WinifredCcx h-wM Mr11/1M.
them from the rights and benefits
$1.00; Neal Adams $2.00
ALONZA KELLY ;
unionism. DISTILLED FROM AMERICAN GRAIN
cf organized Roger Williams $1.00; Adrana
Asked to clarify the full meaning 1475 NW 67th St. OX 1.05471 Smith $200; Mr. and Mrs. Nooks 90 PROOF THE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING
\ of their demands, a spokesman I $2.00; Cynthia Bethel $1.00; Mrs. CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY
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Laura Smith $1.00 Norvel Bethel
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for the New York group,
Thomas Fauntlexoy' stated that in 35c: Rufus Cox $1.00; William
his opinions "iNegro Longshoremen Knowles $5; Amos Cox' $1.00., ::
could no longer afford to Harrel Rolle $1.00:; Range/ Funer.
continue in office or -support for al Home $5; Bain's Funfera) WHEN SOMEONE STOPS ADVERTISING, Someone
election to office in the ILA men Home $5.00; and many other Stops Selling)
friends whose I cannot
names
.'wh !were not beyond suspicion AS remember May the Lord bless When ,Someone Stops Selling, (Someone StopsMaking
far as the race question is con- ,
.cerned." ,..4 you.Yours )
for Mission When Someone, Stops Malting, Someone Stops
Said Fauntleroy "as proof of !Mary Cox, WMBC Sec'y
'the pudding, I give you the lily- Working)
white employment pattern now When Someone Stops Working, Someone Stops
being maintained at our ILA GRADUATION "Earning) .
.
headquarters."Here PHOTOSWe When {Someone Stops 'Advertising, Someone Stops
we are as Negroes representing Buying
more than one-half of
the total membership of our have the Cap & Gown FOR BEST RESULTS ADVERTISE IN
union allowing ourselves to keep Kindergarten and
men in office who slam the doorof
opportunity into our+* face ':':' High School
because of the color of
simply Key Ring photos In color 'K
: our r skin.
. 8 for $2.50
"Take for example, the Check "
er's Local in New York City . Johnson of Miami
headed by a possible candidate FR 3.2236 OX 1.0421
where 'no Negroes are employed : 409 N.W. 17th St.
of the lone r _
'with the exception
FR 7.2294
individual who last month was CLYDE KILLENS

hired them to.because the court forced Proudly present HI" Our Classified Columns Get Fast Results


This show must the world end. We at are this goinjto convention ONCE A MONTH -- -.-_-."""_"" __ ........... __...,.."...rho..._. -....-_..-.....__.._.._..__.tio.-_.._......-_....._............ .....__-.F._....._..._____...... -__-....

that Negro Longshoremen FLOOR SHOW
are' worthy of the respect
that we feel Is our due. We can Thurs. July 23
,keep this respect back home in FOR SALEConcrete
our ;.community only to the extent FIESTA CLUBTitle
that we keep our support
away from any candidate for of next show
elective office in 'ILA, who re-
Block 2 & 3 Bedroom
'iuseir to back our program of 'Bad Dan Chain Lightning'Admission

progress, as outlined in our rest 75 cent

, ,olution.. Homes and
Duplexes
; "It is time for us to wield the .

.have.1 power our number entitle us. to Your Vote is Neededto ; with HARDWOOD land TERRAZzO floors
: fight the forces that eek

Don't Fret Fight! to keep you a Second Claaa Frame. 1 & 2 Bedroom Homes
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PACE SA7UZDAY, JULY 11+ 1989 ACE League ,Nursing Class The Idle Dour Art Cab met at
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the bcose: cf Xrs. E. Walker: July
Closes Meet II : s+aZZA !:aa becotae 2. Officers for the dab year 185a
r "! e pry C& 1 W were eacted.

College Impressions HZ ir !11 SunZ1Y SGrJ a-r:!. ': aert f.r-7 o&s iaiertnrfnfng bat-

asUjsa-Std Jcte .-r. 1-
aye
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So : e SOTKCX; mHo YES For
icta Rent
BTU TTieffs) City is -
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yGsgt y r 1Ul 2Y shit !ads ors diD!:: att Ult 1r .. ; nr.era t 53S2 boraes drewc's -: FURNISHEDEFFICIENCY

iv eva&aue 2uss- 4 ?-kim a : asC tc .c. :! mdfs; and pnrale bones APTS.
s t I L"v doe> cmc:: : A; rtaxal be acceptedAasj. : 'f
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JIfI'.DvA't
: zlafl&r2 t afi raftrrtscataas: 7s ,," a: b7i w practscalnig 16.00 Per Week 3
.c Sep1t fy; :
add: 5J Asir tt,71- ttidrf ,
r TSUI igftTTTfTTg, Aarfj, i 0, = Tax.I i Sjj1 stets. All appKcacifafctftd .
f'L are aiarryss I
swan* KTT Yxr II ad Try. t22ye; 0 Free Gas
exa+x. 2s SBBSC cases .1 I L : to report: to northwts'.krn "
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tta? atc atii f zg. "U fur fiat itias 7mmrFI&.C. SjrnaZieaC. Te:7 -1 J tax to 3 pro. on TZKirsdays.fcntber O Free Store 'j
1X&
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r a; d st t ,c et E'LtrA : Cirj : : J"J: fcafsrrsatxa call PLOpa
I a: &::::i:: gr isa 1 'x491. 0 Free Refrigerator
c'.Gttt if 1 x crenel act -
YJii XM' 'by s ;rr ..ri art th+e7j lfa sae .. ciCiii; sftaflrntl.Coo .:i aAt. !u-T-';" Esc iiF !, Locka Civic Newly attractive:
jstnime* ire shin P> -I,': xcs sex e fa b totoe a ee.er 1 "nAr bl' .a: TJ.S furniture
srgx t Mranat d a ::m Itreti.I TSea ygiftr,. eves i&sfina2 i 1 TL.7 7 :3ra p y byjcrc err. F. A. Club Fetes Kiddies

leaf by tup&t. gars ca<.mr tby ;1!!. >taC st aarrtaaars racy lac j tfdt: :" off tte W!'. the metEber of Opa Loc- 4190 N.W. 32nd Ave.
fuss ter ass r.rcyd 2 subs Sex sons oD a : l D.ia".c: ird Eer.DL .
1.2 err Cub
J r are
..". ,, iarr* agjar/arrfrfiyc: Aadr a a:. j JL. Sfcxasssffi. beat padac1e .: ui asd around the progresszizTrdi ceighbvArssA -

* ae c -.r : mss; cf L'.d.a. We
.. 'I Oftesv&Ce = ..c' I'ff r--: r Opa sponsored I
.1 irvrtc
t
TZT Weiner Roast the
eQ7r !:::::'e -es Bcgrxafc&e Fotier Hof a for
tr.rrf.Ir .
vsA wysjf. of. ttat "scOc JtI7'I ,. F.aiia) =dale snit ijdj f tie area on the Fourth of Doc Anderson
&* trae fiwa s flrat s W matter **-
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Jily vtjA bed
at
Teas Maic -
E& Dir C Jfecra. prodsascr cfOULse Ez .
cacapas I-vneds- saJiy ::
;
ii--rr to ffA. rwrjrre !' Performs
oe $ & *: "*- v '!lm: Brn"L-d ..1cJrzII lia Piblx: Park. The club con-
tma anccai a to
lau yyttfxfirvfcwy! Jf:2ft: to work towards
unoex diligently
td afw ga rrfc.eae& is 0:1h..b? erej Another MiracleBy
rt .tit AC
tfyy ic yy XiS
fa foal and an invitation
:z rosier tae srawaTastaxd rt II a -rvrf jryragamaJ c esta ertflrrS. cl. open.
bras 22ft. 7i* cz dR* ct! .,. a extended to individual
T2 any ,
t t4. smoes : X22 : \ Walter C. Robinson Editor
hn .
desires membership.OUScers
p-AI i:. c.. Jcce eyed! ttae sertaocjarere : :: The Chattanooga Observer
elected for
I --v. O'ur '.. Cf.J- the yearae I
I 1:'* wocifiesfcj to kaoor &zl ; ': Jack Blakely: president.Ra1.h ,
The Rise of Dr. I I|:e. E. T A. A. wmw.r..
; Prewley, vice president
&Kt KcuKoe+ aA brie: fiat: can elitr t&e TTeis ;
Gardner C. Taylor I to 6n 4 sir a. e d I Bescfc (fccrits; Brn of 7T B. Cofley Pam,, ].[:s. Helen Miller recording
Mrs. Susie
secretary; Young.teasuer. ,
tee 51 tZ1 :
pnaa&ac adcr
I of five Itiaarf: di
.f "A, nee Hx4e+ors,. Jr.fr..hay sea: gar = as-- ::srjct: : Brr. C. J. Oafiec, ?n& ; Mrs. Elsie! Baptiste,
zgeifier
r:a o be tae t ezr.. 'I!iJi& d. fee F. Pierce diitrirt. flnarxria! secretary; Mrs RevesiePcitier ,
Jay S, WA+ tfr' ipdrrr \ e.cI apFc- Becrezaas correspcndinj secretary; r.
= fa t:a t.IxW.q GC 'br I: I' .s pen&is Tere proTiSftd -, Ezekiel Poitier business mana-
reset ex'iatGxys : I nI* asc t tf &* / ter; chaplain:
sea rUxrc', pier c.c EST soaei li, lye de {!M of the, I..nweH Johnson: reporter. J
t Er Dr Gsrtow C. T".aA. + -, .daefezt&es. Oa Satcrdaj, June 27 &a.'d of directors: Eddie L e

$ ., B-TX, DD, pwasr c* cum-I Join The NAACP =+e dsfisjacacc en Tjed tbenujnrrrr 1 l KellT, chairman; Walker Miller,
tyn .. Cboetfa Zr"UiU' r.7nGv tkrts g, eatfr g and Ralph Carr. Arthur Davis.
ft* 3BCa stems b ; zy : gxsx* at tbe r.rw Dire: The object of the organization

nft'JI Tft Ct:7 tibcJSa ;r'x.al +r Pirfc: a=d Rtcrea oa Center in, is to "promote better race rela-
R'JI'U An y.. wamwer1Wam Rslllb.A.S"CI'JT.. j lions, educational, civic and so.ra -
kdarar : : ; ,.*. Hfce U tare t* chats 7 :* '-& ini sated to 1 welfare of its members and

LkleA !be fceal Bad op Im a pc' rata .ttfir be the Iuit of Ks Mad:: ever a- .' all communities of Northern Dade
1 ibb erect wa oe greri V"IT- L *hed. Its soceess maT be at. County"hospitality
e e e fix tt tare U'Aptf' tTbr..td t, tie art, ezaticca and t
Don!
tracL.uJDaDCe Studio
ar.d 'CC:7 of tJe cW pastor

rcf&oc tzsvi&frA the wrr".d ttoppcrtocity 71(4 ".W.. Utfc Avc. PL 7-714 virtt+ori aid IriesadT which they extended.I
to beer arts crntoent We would. like to thank Rev The anticipations of the nextyear's
.. D A. R:auef: aad hix
ar.d
pryer VJJ coogreza-i convention are very high.
tiers Lot the ann: welcome and. Barbara Phillips I
I I reporter
Dr. Taylor Is &ce o< the ferenxt -
pol"'it orator of the. world. Gray Hair Wanted! : .

It Was mprtrfl* to see him Man fW WMU
Your
n Watch
and bnr hi* r t4n Tf.toe wbm Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted, DOC. R. C. ANDERSON

the Htl6tul Baptist CcorectiooWM HOW YOU CAM LOOK Guaranteed ............................ .. $4.75
29: YEARS YOUNGER Sane
years ago I was asked to

has left here a Luting in Miami impresctoa His address upon with science ....... fkceveryAeatieGraj TVs ...................................:.... $10 Down aid the cause of Cleve Corbin oi

mare b eatue yell Mfldom can: one Pomade '", Class Ring., Luggage, Watches, Radio Tenn.115 E. 22nd St., Chattanooga
who
almost
WaS totally
In Miami be prirflefed. to tee or
Sy 9MCfIry. to GRAY HAIR with
hear him. Guaranteed Watches .... from $8.95 blind and who was in despair. I
new ,
pemalc
rftocevtfy Apply had seen so much that the famous
lie will be speaOda for three Imply s"". y'. woaftf jr'"r r9 DAVID JEWELERS Doc Anderson of 302 W.

month urn WCKR. at W35 every star halrdr****..* Imparts MtraMJf A, 1188 N.W. 3rd Gordon Ave., Bossville Ga, had
Ave. FR
g co ''. IMVM Kalrb 4-1522
Sundanvmslnj through 7IBC. done for
.*irtJf.tfy eon and Isstr.w.Wnr't so many others, I sent
Dr, Tajkyr realizes that the Cleve
: to
him. I into
recently
ran
nib eff ...... e.t. NM
hope of the people of this world ,.. Cleve Corbin and I was amazedto
eta/ninq, rs. ".. C.l.r- ...
if wit to material
or m tail Pomade see he was no longer blind.
might but in centftttefM and .rs.wa EARrIfA SAMMY
repenting and ae.our hair N. other fcalr tfrMala* need- He told me that after visiting
pUnf Lord and Sariom .... Send Dec Anderson his eyesight came
enfy $240 (tax |/ndrd>
Jesus Chrirt lie realizes that in M 1IIIIt. bade and that Doc Anderson bad
) f sr full 1/i ox RoMlto foar '
this nuclear a
crocs of unlex it is found at the "m4 time. Ho C.O.D/0 piHAIRSHEEN ..... a.'DAHNY. and that he Is now very happy
Cahrarr lie knows
that in his love life and his financial
wr Lord will come stain for aU OF MIAMI' troubles
those who hare been redeemed Sulto .. SIM ME 2nd Ave. are over.I .

nd wubed in the blood of the Miami **, "... asked him what happened and

Larrjb Y.r he pointed to a lucky charm he

was wearing, which he called a
Maruzah. He,said it contained the

DO YOU WANT TO KEEP PHYSICALLY FIT ? a ,. promise God made to Moses -
that it is worn by many as a token -
DO YOU WANT TO REDUCE? of good luck and to ward
off evil. He said that Doc Anderson

Then, talc advantage of these gave him this charm and
some Biblical Incense coota1nlnJ?

OPENING SPECIALSJOIN V a number with suggested dally
J 1ro ear prayers. I was delighted to see
THE MECHANICAL M j1 such a wonderful change in a
I
r .< man who not too long ago was
I in such deep despair.I .
GYM CLUB Jr

happened to call on Doc Anderson -

a few days ago and I /teas
100 Charter Member Wanted: -60 Men and Introduced to a client named Mildred -

50 Ladles. f Russell .f Newport News,

r Va. Two years ago when she first

$6.00 Per Month THE ENTERTAINMENT WORLD'S came to 'Doc Anderson she told
me she was unhappy, unloved
Also join theMASSAGE ,' MOST ELECTRIFYING TEAM-IN and unlucky. Well, she certainly
.
looked like to
a million dollars
THE MOST DARING STORY EVER me on this day. She was wen

E CLUB BROUGHT TO THE SCREEN! dressed and happy and said she
was out of debt and well fIxed

which entitles Pilstr 1! r'SIA. financially and In her love life.
you to one manage a week I asked her what brought about

$15.00 per month t this marvelous change. She replied
simply. and Doc An

Hourst 10 a.m. to 10 pm derson"-and she said It with all
r her heart
.-s-i t".w ...__d A Trn.pltMirrey and soul.

kr PWUP VORDMBMrf/AmnD)lAD rmM*SIDNEY HARMON I hate known Doc Anderson for

H .mow aararord-.............nwa........Aekad anmUNITED[! ARTISTS i several years and have written
editorials
MUJb r about him before' butI
am always more and more
amazed at each new miracle for

601 N.W. 2nd Ave.-Miami RITZ THEATRENOW my living own near eyes.'Doc' see them with


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Around M The American Oil Company SATURDAY, JULY 11, '1959 PAGE 7

am (Amoco) for the seventh consecutive .
v year is distributing through
700 selected dealers in 16 states
I
8y.DAVaMr..lwlno) OONOU including the District of 'Columbia -

-!! .. 1''' r "10" NNN..NN..N..NN. '" the to Pleasant 1959 edition Motoring.of "GoGuide DRIVER'S; : LICENSE !

i 0 The guide lists first-class ac-
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f SING TO ME that ole Bahama :
.,, Lullaby the !sway my mother use'I ,.1. i comodations (where desirable
1; to do, sing it sweet and sing it ," guests regardless of race, relig- BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE ,
'f law, that's the way' it use to go, ion or nationality are welcome.As .
," "My' fiabatna Lullaby" Most of all I feel like I've met usual there are no charges
,This ,is what I hear every mint George Washington Carver, by for this Amoco service; but Q'BERRY'S,
tile I'm here on ,the island. that I'm talking of Mrs. Christine quantities are limited and motor-
'j. Naturally the island being Nas- ,Jenkins, inventcr of Hair Weev ists are advised to visit Amoco MAGIC CITY DRIVING SCHOOL (
sau, N.P. This is about the most process. dealers for their copies now.

wonderful place that a person OK let me explain; Mrs. Jen- FR 4-7756
can spend week cr two or evena kins is looking for beauticianswho Soft Ball Schedule
1453 N.W. 6th Avenue
few months. The (people, herein are interested in taking the
Nassau ,are as. [friendly as can hair iweev processing course. Hair RECREATION DIVISION CITY
be. Chidtie Home is doing a terrific -
is
weev processing using a commercial OF MIAMI
Job and, as usual, is loved hair and your own hair .
by all who see him perform. Astor to cover all bold spots. Makes No player ,will be able to play
me, ita just playing fcr ChIc ie. I Hair weev can be tinted, shirt, cap).
The show at the Tropicana is styled, matched, dyed and will Coaches: shirt ,and cap; TV REPAIRS:
the last word on the island. The last indefinitely. :
Game time !Ie forfeit time. ,
native show consists of one of
the greatest drummers on the island -" I have seen this hair weev in Team leading by ten runs In

that !being ,Peanuts (Taylor. operation and it's pistol.\ seventh Inning, game will be 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.-Sunday 10 to 3
Native songs sung by Rickie Del called. All Sunday games: Time _
Morey, ''Plus the fire dancing of Any man who has a bald head limit 7 Innings or hour and 45 .... '
Backy. (Her fire dance .will set can have a head of hair and without I minutes In case of rain call recreation DRIVE-IN. SERVICE.
you on end. Another (wonderful the aid of a toupree. Women I division FR 17411 ext. '
fellow is appearing at ''Blackbeard's with short, short hair, can now I 6531. .
have long hair to length:
long any
on 'Bay Street. He is .
that is required. I Monday, July 13, 7.30: -Borin-
George Of
Symonette. course,
Stars Hector ALL WORK GUARANTEED
quen vs. Supply.
there ,are other places- visit, Hair Weev Process is now Tuesday, July 14, 7:30All
such as, the Junkanoo Club, available in Miami. Only Mrs
Stars vs. J. E. Scott. Pick-up and Delivery-No Charge
which features Paul Meeres Jr. '
Jenkins at wants licensed
present, -
Wednesday July 15, 7:30: C.
and his dancers The Cat and the
beautcians to call her so thata R. (Bears vs \Miami Cubs.
Fiddle. Incidentally, I mustn't fail central school of hair weev
Thursday( July 16, 7:30: Opa
to mention dine to eat is
a / place instruction can be taught. All Locka Jets vs Monarch.
the Shell (Room, also AronldFlower's others interested in having,a hair Friday, July 17, 7:30: Red I 'AMERKAMPUONO
'place tor a late snack weev process call PL 4-2434 and Sox vs C. R. Bears. 'kV tTKCONR* e
All in all* there is no place like find out more about this amaz- I *V+ '
Saturday, July 18, 7:30: :Hia-
home and believe r tme Nassau is
ing hair weev Youwouldn't Locka \
home.I process. leah Bombers vs Opa Jets. r nin z t
believe your own eyes. Sunday, July 19, 1:30: Miami
Cubs vs Borinquen Stars. e + f E37Z1' NOME sf
I GET WORD' FROM the States WELL SINCE I'm here In Mas- 4
Sunday, July 19, 3:00: J, E.
that there is no police ,patrol ina sau, I guess you readers will find Scott vs Hector Supply. ,. 1TMe e e
,particular section,'of !Miami for l r s
it a (pleasure to get rid of me fora Monday, July 20, 7:30: All
Negroes. This would be a good /while, however, Mrs. B will be Stars vs Monarch.
time for: me to scream on Chief back and believe it or not, she
.Hadley, Safety Director Tom does a nice column. So until next
Kelly and the Commissioners week, i want y'all to live life, TROUBLED? LOVE .
about putting some' sort ,of" police every golden minute of it. Peace. Instructions followed. Strictly
protection,, In. the following, area, MONEY PROBLEMS

NW 64th st. and' 7th ave to NW .,..---_.._-_................- I'll help. Solution available If American Phono TV Corp.
60th '.st. and 7th;ave. and from personal.
NW 7 th ave. to NW 17th ave. PHIL OSSOFER JOHN WAM8TEKER

Since the,.area ,is housing ,a large Dept. 15Dept 2243 N.W. 62nd Street NE 5-7225
percentage of Negro (families, it
'SAYS 15, Box 10OU.ry
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would the ,
seem police department
would assign the area to the Nero ......lII1I1U..............r ..n.....__... Cap, Sooth Africa
( policemen. A few calls to, the
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right 'tllo. ? ItIt! !II.
people may get some re- QUAINT QUOTES - - 4
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,PRETTY GIRL of.the Week:'.(Lord Truth afflict is a met strange!) affliction For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call 1

Miss (Barbara Grant (Nassau). I
A bird in the hand is bushed.
Policeman of the week: Jacob '
JFrinks (Miami!). Best shcfw of Faith without works is dead.
the week: Clyde Killen's !Fiesta Thus, an idle worshipper is an BONDED COLLECTION
Room.I idol worshipper.

I HEAR TELL that the danceon Where there's smoke, there's ,
the 17th at the Harlem Square smokers. 6 w #

Club,will be a humdinger, sponsored I I Man does not live by bread AGENCY Inc.The
the Miami Colored Polio
by -
alone. !If he thinks he dees, he .
Benevolent Association. In
has 'plenty of crust. I .
other words the cops are gonna e
have a ball.HAPPV Honesty is the test policy . r ,
and the least expensive. e
BIRTHDAY to Mr*. w' .
Gwendolyn Thompson on the Time is the greatest healer. largest collection and rental ; ,k
'10th of July. Shell be 16 again Don't let it make a heel out of
ha hat . I also hear that the you. agency in the South; operating in

Miami Hostess CubWIll/ present \tA ,stitch in time saves an embarrassing -
Jim a .great Jam.affair!Mrs.on Louise July 24 Williams at the I I time. Dade and Broward Counties' Ne ;

is the business manager of the Life withcut faith is like a
club and is going to great expense I I postage stamp (without glue. It gro Housing areas.

to make the dance and I.. cannot (fulfill the destiny for
show a much talked about affair. which it has been created. S
L. L. BROOKS, PRESIDENT

ATTENTION Disc Jockey 'sf,t
MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
WAOK. Cert Nelson paid our .
city a visit.Miss Nelson was the Beautiful HomeOn
house guest of Mrs. Ann Lindsay. 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND
During her stay she and Blanche Large Lot
had few hours of radio talk.
a COUNTIES ;
Blanche? Yep, Blanche Callcfway. Your lot can be a paymenton BROWARD r ru

= this 3-bedroom new 2- .
FROM TIME TO TIME I run
across things that might interest, baths .

you and believe you me I've come 1227 N.W. 69th Street I \ 1
across one of the most amazing .i"V '
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Gtl'iCv is
not only for one type of people.I' Baron JE 8-1340 INC. .

but for everybody including .. .,,.' .
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:. 8 SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1959 Youth Talent TeaDo

... :iIt Xw.;. ;1.-._'-._ not fail to see and hear :t i'tD

.... ...- some of Miami's best talent among I
Samuel Brown our youth on Sunday, July 2, 3pm.
Broward ,,0'J..,. at our church, corner NW I 1V1'N' TAta*
Ordained in 4th aWe and 19th si. You will I
County ''if Key West hear some of the finest musiciansand I NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St. I
see on display pastries, cakes, I
News bread, drawing and all forms of I I
; ,
':. Sadratl Brawn, a native of Key sewing by our own children. I
I West was ordained to the sacred The Youth Choir of St. James FRIDAY SATURDAY I
r t lyWalter order of deacon in the Protestant AME Church will be our guest for
J>/i Episcopal Church, In the occasion. This is a feature ffLJ
Bow h. special services held Saturday which we are sure you can't afford
(, -- mornfcig at St. Peter's Church in to miss. This group !is under
-- - - Key West with the Rt. Rev. Hen- the leadership of Mrs. Ann
Martha J, Craig daughter of ry Irving Loutitt, Bishop of the Smith. Rev. Harris is their pastor
Mrs. Freddie Mae Craig of 6518 Diocese of South Florida officiating The main feature will be the wgit
SW 22nd St., West Hollywood, : Bishop Loutitt was assisted a
left on July 2 for Detroit Mich at the service by Fr. Theodore ONMaeop6 ,..r... nll+ew
to visit relatives and .friends. Mrs. R. Gibson, rector of Christ I
Craig is nefw beautician at Elea- Church, Coconut Grove, and Fr. s ti? Shown at 7:30 and -11.00
nor's Salon of Beauty, 4444 SW James Hall vicar of St. Timothy
17th it.The Church Daytona Beach. '
EJLTHE EXCITEMENT OF THE PRIZE NOVEL

I and Bautlclans Hallandale of West present Hollywood another -,. Ella CocoaColaSip Nr GARY COOPER-MARIA SCHELL KARL MALDEN

Style Shaw and Drama July ( July 26 w, rP' ,
27 at the Paradise Club in Liberia. r- TheRa'fin r
Persons interested in model The Greater Miami Temple No. ..
ing at the Show, !please contact 169 is preparing for their annual ,
Mrs, Eleanor Bowe, YU 3-9239: Cocoa-Cola Sip. All 'plans have r ,
and Mrs. Fannie 'Williams, pbooe been completed. The Temple
f WA 3-0103. committee has chosen the Range T eShown
: Funeral Home, 5727 NW 17th ave.
The public is invited to a Silver as the location, Sunday afternoon
Tea ;given by the Junior Girls July 25 from 5 to 7 pm. The
Club of the Community Workersof Daughters are diligently working &*&$
Carver Ranches, Sunday, July together for the success of this P2&'
12 at the home of Mrs. Minnie summer social event. Your, our r jsy TECF IOOLO .
BROS.
JMg/no WARNER
Warren, 5401. SW 2th st friends, are invited to attend All i
daughters are asked to attend the
at 9:10only
June 28 was Woman's Day at next regular meeting to make
,
Central Baptist Church and a plans for our goodwill picnic
great success it was. The which will be held the first week I j
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man, Mrs E J. Clark, chair-j in
August SUNDAY
chairman, Mrs. E Kelly g speaker Miss Brenda Dunnell18yearold MONDAY, TUESDAY
with the pastor, Rev. E. J. Clark Grove I daughter of Mr. and
wish to thank the ladies that Residents Mrs. James Dunnell of 1616 NW
were on duty to carry on, and the I 3rd ave. Miss Dunnell, a seniorof
captains and gleaners that made Vacationing in Booker T. Washington High
such a helpful report. CaribbeanMr. School, has chosen for her subject -
The auxiliaries that reached "Moral Standards and Effective t
their heavy quotas were the Deaconess Leadership."
Board, Mrs. Rowena Hield, 3736 and Mrs. Nathan EzeU of. There will be three prizes given -
president, Mrs. Maggie Rolle, Grove Washington Ave., Coconut for the best talent on dispaly I
vice; the Ushers Board, Mrs. left Miami Thursday for so come out and vote for your
two weeks! vacation in the Carib- choice. I
This
Auruda program is
Hepburn, president; Mrs bean sponsored -
George Smith, vice; the Ladles resorts. r by the men of St. Paul under \
Auxiliary to the Trustee Board, The Ezells will first visit Port- the supervison of Mrs. Iona J. ,I mmmmmm
Mrs. Dosha Curtis, .president;; au-Prince, Haiti, !where they will Cook Jean Lucille Baker and Ruby yon'/...
Mrs Ophelia Jenette, vice No. spend four Gannon.
; days as guests ot the don't...
1 choir, Mrs. Ethlyn Bowles, hotel Castle Haiti. Then they win Rev. : '
nTBEBMHH6
vice.president, Mrs. Sabilina Dean, proceed to Kingston, Jamaica, ,\ I Th. tndine' ardw
visiting Montego
Bay and much
The dynamic speakers for the of the country side in that papu ,\
day were Mrs. I. G. Pratt at II lar ,British Island. FOR SALE t ,
a.m. and Mrs. Lula Moran at 750: !\ 'jir SPUVUNG STORY OF
p.m. Both ladies were at their I Their vacation trip Is being Brand ? I APKONrtOPirSWTWBT
New
best with organized) subjects. handled by North's Travel Bureau 3-Bedroom <, !
Hardwood Floors, Garage \ I 1 II} I ,
Motorcade to BeachThe \
2017 N.W. 55th Ter.
No. .4 usher board of the Build up your social prestige o a.
Friendship Missionary Baptist Learn to dance at Open Sunday 4-6 p.m.
Church invites everyone to Join Oon Strachan'a Dance Studio
them in their motorcade to
Virginia CAPPER
CONST. I
Beach on July 20 at 8 pm 7108 NW. 16th Ave PL 78766 CORP.RITZ :
A delicious dinner will be served .
at no extra cost. The motor ..,
cade leaves the church, locatedat \ V.. l
1375 NW 6th 'ave. at 8 pm. 1t ACNE trSStSiSS
sharp. All ushers of the No. 4 &! etv..! ...= :
board have tickets at $1.00 eacb! -'"?
or phone OX 15525. I
Bro. J. C. Wright, Pres.
Sis. Josephine Caww, I
recording secretary STARTS SUNDAY"ComPulsion' TECHNICOLOR'
Rev. C. J. t ++cu.aaerc o +
Burner
pastor r I tu i .m..ai.oat"kn.wnt41.0v Me
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You'll DIE with laughter when you see m 4

Air Conditioned
"Rev." Flip Wilson in 4
CAPITOLTHEATRE

"TTie Funeral"

Sat. Mldnlte
Sun., Mofn., Tuea.
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Elizabeth Taylor In
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Due to the great- exertion.4requir: !. pcrform4hU.., ROOF"t

< act_ ;jttcan i only" :be :pre ente&Dnce 'a.:aught. whic6i>'iuN !; '':"''8,ort&4sa": ,. I SUSAN i

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Western . e.r..r y i.s

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Extra Special Brand now Mystery Band . .
Henry Fonda "GUNFIGHT AT DODGE CITY"In
R I Miami' Favorite. Come and tee who it b Richard' Wldmark r-j \Plus

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of Miami's best talent among 'TV
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: ,Samuel Brown our youth on Sunday, July 2, 3
,; Broward p.m. at our church, corner NW I DftlVC** "v "*ttAfftfi
Ordained in
( 4th ave. and 19th st. You will

County KeY. ,West hear some of the finest musiciansand NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
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see on display pastries, cakes, ,
'. ; News bread, drawing and all forms of
,
Sadbuel Brown native of
a Key
sewing by our own children.:
.:, j t. West; was ordained to the sacred The Youth Choir of St. James FRIDAY SATURDAY

,d K 81 A order of deacon in the Pro- AME Church will be our guest forthe '
te testant'. Episcopal Church, in
'''r b occasion. This is a feature I'Ld
,* Walter Bow .. 'r special services held Saturday which we are sure you can't afford .
i..,* __-- mornhlg at St. Peter's Church in to miss. This group is under .i
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'I Key_West with the Rt. Rev. Hen- the leadership of Mrs. Anne 01g's
Martha J Craig, daughter of ry Irving (Loutitt, !Bishop en ui Smith. Rev. Harris is their pastor ?
Mrs. Freddie Mae Craig of 6518 Diocese"of: South Florida offi- The main feature will be thespeaker wsiPONsMnffieoo6

SW 22nd St., West Hollywood, ciating.. Bishop Loutitt was as- . .
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left on July 2 for Detroit Mich sisted'at the service by Fr Theo- ..ollwa
to visit relatives and .friends.. Mrs. dore R. Gibson, rector of Christ r.

Craig is ncfw !beautician at Elea- Church, Coconut Grove, and Fr. Shown at 7:30 and ,11.00
nor's Salon of Beauty, 4444 SW James (Hall, vicar of St Timothy
17th st. Church, Daytona Beach.
KLLTHE EXCITEMENT OF THE PRIZE NOVEL!'

; The iBautlcians: of (West Hollywood Elks
Cocoa-Cola
and Hallandale present an. GARY COOPER- MARIA SCH ELL-KARL MALDEN

other Style Show and Drama July Sip July 26
27 at the Paradise Club in Liber I The
I ia. Persons Interested In modeling The Greater Miami Temple No.
.
SIt the show, please contact 169 is preparing for their annual t+4
Mrs. Eleanor Bcwe, YU 3-9259 Cocoa-Cola Sip AU 'plans have t lEauging
and Mrs. ( '
WA Fannie Williams, phone been completed. The Temple
3-9103. '
committee has chosen the Range
Funeral Home.. '5737 NW 17th av@. I .. .. 4eeo
r The 'public is invited to a Silver as 'the location, Sunday afternoon ,'<-<:'..f'o'. 2p.i;: A.p.. .
Tea given by the Junior Girls 't $ g
July 26 from '5 to 7
Club pm. The :t.. '
of the
Community Workersof r :
Daughters are diligently : Jf. .;t ;
Carver Ranches, Sunday, July working . '.1";,, .';' ', f '"
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together for the !., 11o'
success of this .. : II>
12 at the home of (Mrs. Minnie summer social event. Your .../ t' ; 1'<; '
our '
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Warren, 5401 SW 2th st. nor WARNER BROS.
friends, are invited ,
to attend. All ,
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June 28 was Woman's daughters are asked to attend the ', ..,.. :,# .t. Shown at 9:10onlySUNDA
Day at next regular meeting ,to make ,,,"r t,..> "' \. J .
Central !(Baptist Churoh and a plans for our goodwill picnic :, 4.' > : ,JI",,:
great success: : it 'was The chair- which will be held the first week !I _1. _, .__, ...:.._.
man, Mrs. E. -- --
( J. Clark and cochairman : in August
Mrs. E. Kelly along Miss Brenda Dunnell, Y, MONDAY, TUESDAY
with the pastor, Rev. E. J. Clark, 10-year-old daughter of Mr and
wish to thank the ladies that .Grove Residents Mrs. James Dunnell of 1616 NW

were on duty to carry on, and the' 3rd ave. Miss Dunnell, a senior
captains and gleaners that made Vacationing in of Booker T. Washington H i g h
such a helpful report. CaribbeanMr. School, has chosen for her sub- 1 t s

I ,. The. auxiliaries that reached ject, "Moral Standards and Effective -
theIr heavy quotas were the Deaconess Leadership."
Board and Mrs. Nathan Ezell of There will be three
Mrs. Rowena Hield, 3736 prizes given -
president, Mrs. Maggie Rolle, Grove Washington AVe., Coconut for the best talent on dispaly 1 y
vice: ; the Ushers Board, Mrs. left Miami Thursday for so come: out and vote for your ,
Auruda two weeks( vacation in the Caribbean choice. This
Hepburn, president; Mrs. program is sponsored -
George Smith, vice; the Ladies resorts. I by the men of St. Paul under ;

Auxiliary to the Trustee Board, The Ezells will first visit Port- I the supervison of Mrs. Iona J. CAROLYN JONESmmn
Mrs. Dosha Curtis, president;; au-Prince. Haiti, !where they will I. Cook, Lucille Baker and Ruby
Mrs. Ophelia ,Jenette, vice: : No. spend four days as vests of the' Jean Gannon. ,\
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Mrs. Ethlyn Bowles, hotel Castle Haiti. Then they will
vice.president, Mrs. Sabilina Dean, prOceed to Kingston, Jamaica, 1 Cson t..1O11Th ndino/
I visiting Montego Bay and much
The dynamic speakers for the of the
country side in that
day were !Mrs. I. G. Pratt at 11 lar British Island. popu- ,FOR SALE THE BRA UIiG,
a.m. and Mrs. Lula !Moran at 7:30: iPIAIit S10IY UI
p.m. Both ladies were at their Their vacation: trip is being 1 PiOUO PEOPtV:
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TIMES'The Women's Girl Scouts the many fascinating( national
MIAMI Peoples' Newspaper"I'AGE.10 Royal ,20's and international activities! offered -

SATURDAY JULY 11 1959 Club MeetsThe in the Scouting program
Complete Day ,Camp should. meet 'With Mrs. Helen

Royal Twenty Women's Walker Wednesday, June 15th at .
Club of Coconut Grove held ,its Sunflower district just com- 5 p.m., St. John's Baptist Church.ASTHMATICS .

regular ,forth nightly meeting at pleted a very successful day
i the lovely home of Mrs Hattie camp which was held on the
Jefferson Drive, I i I Choee How-
McDaniel, 228 camp site-Camp
Coconut Grove. lette. Mrs. Alma Crawford, Day .
Camp director, .Mrs. Mariam
Mrs. Earmatine Holton, one of Pratt and Miss Rosetta Scott, Want simple, effective reI lie f
the Royal Twenty delegates to unit leaders enjoyed teaching the from choking, racking bran
the Florida State- Federated. - meet-- girls camp skills such as lire chial asthma spasm? Get genuine
ing recently held in lakeland, Breatheaay serf what you
MOST WRITERS (and we can exists. At Dorsey's on 69th terr. building and' cooking out-of-
interesting
reported some very have been missing. There's no
doors plus games, songs, and
be laughingly called one) inject the polluted water situation is highpoints that all club women substitute for original Breath-
their family into their columns ,worse. Water comes up to the door should observe. These :follow nextbelqw crafts. inhalant And nebulizing
occasionally. Jack Bell writes covering the sidewalk. Even so easy
: An effective closing was wit- Guar
about Nora, his wife, Sharon his at the House of Albert across the 1. Be tolerant nessed by friends and parents. Get comfort by breathing.
daughter, even about his pets street. Nairn's Barber Shop is anteed.
2. Sponsor those things in our Awards were received by the '
J & J DRUG DEPT. STORE
around the house sometimes he surrounded is Baker's Bar
; so on communities that will
Ashley
prom- ollqwing[ campers: Ann Ava -
writes about the mullets jumping the corner of 69th st. You haveto ise the growth of our children Sharen Hepburn, Barbara
in his backyard canal; Jack Ko- wade barefooted to get in. In ,
Brown and Betty Swain for jobs
foed writes about his son in Cliff Dye's Barber Shop, Bivin's 3. Register and vote well done and cooperativeness
college; Larry Thompson, whenhe Cleaners and Biven's Sundriesit's 4. Give praise where it is due
is not writing about Cecil the muddy and nasty and walk- 5. /Be honest, truthful, loyal The Ixora district is planningan HICKS'
camel, he is essaying about his ing becomes dangerous less you and trustworthy. Investiture ceremony tor new
twin boy and :girl; so why can't trip in the muddy slime and Mrs. Ada Bell Dunn was selected adult volunteers coming into Photo StudioUltra
Cooper say something nice abouta break an ankle. This is so across I to be ,head of the group Girl Scouting. This impressive
'branch of his family tree? the street in front of Tuxedo Cafe : sponsoring, the activities of the ceremony will '!be private/ affair Fine Portraits
and Jack's Fish Market Down the young'people held at the James E. Scott
Our niece Julita Pompey' is line water settles in front ofShaddie's Mrs.' Myrtle Davis and Mrs. Community Center, 1133 NW James E. Kicks, Prop.
down from the Bronx for an extended -
I Tavern, CommunityDrug Vera Clarke also spoke at this 66th st. on the 12th of July.A .
vacation along with her 3
Store, The Miami Times' Studio:
meeting, giving additional highpoints *
children, Yvonne, Patricia and Plant, the theatre, barber shop new senior Girl Scout troopIs
that were of interest to 2440 NW 60th St.
Douglas. The Pompeys made .
and Dallas' Grocery. the :being organized at St. John'sBaptist
their last visit here about four\ Water settles in front of Var- The-group.business portion of the Church, 3rd ave. at 13th Phone NE 3-3166
years ago minus Douglas. Little sity Barber Shop, ankle deep in I I st. All girls at least 14 years old
meeting to
gave way an exciting
Doug hadn't made the scene then. front of Griffin's .Grocery andJohnson's social session with the who 'would like to become a SenIor . ...
The Madam and I have been charming .
Shoe Shop and on hostess !presenting the membersand Girl Scout and participate in 'f"- ..t"t. "
having one grand time with our
down to Walker's guests with a culinary treat.
grand nephews and nieces. ,
You have situations of this kind Mrs. Earmatine Holton \gave
,Yvonne, tall and lanky like downtown mostly in the residential thanks on behalf of the entire
her mother, is suave, bespectacled low-land s e c t ion s, gathering for the enjoyable even- YOU ASKED FOR IT!
and well trained fifth but the water doesn't stay long, ing.
; Patsy, a -
it is sewered The water So here it is-A full ONE YEAR
grader, is smilingly polite with away. Mrs. Ethel Peavy, reporter
that certain something that gets muck and slime stays put on 15th AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE
next to and the ave. for weeks after a dry spell.
you; Dougie,
little rascal, is all /boy, a kinder- Seems that these businessmencould Policy for most people with only
who will his get together and go down I
garten pupil sock For The Highest in .
town and see the authorities $15 DOWN'PAYMENT
sisters, but ''Will go to (bat If any proper
ruffian tries to get funny. and have something done COSMETICSCall
Patsy, under her heart warming about' this deplorable. and unhealthy I SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY .
situation. 'But would
exterior, is a bit conniving
we think.' When she (wants to getaway they? Can a blind pig see in the YUkon 3-5681 645 N.W. 36th St. 27th Ave. Farmers' MarketPL
!ifrcon her sister and brother dark with shades on? 9-5284
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she gets on the phone and "SANDS"*
with a syrupy voice calls her Magnolia HospitalFour Also
Aunt Claudie and with her best
New Yorkese, "Aunt Claudia maternity cases four Miami Times NewspaperJ.
may I come and spend the night surgical cases and two accident
with you and '''Uncle Bert?" It cases in addition to the usual '
has worked twice in succession medical hospitalizations made up
so tar this week! the patient list at Magnolia (Hos- JAMES
pital this past week.
Last (week, Mrs. Cooper had A baby girl .was born to Mrs. B. SMITH
the time of her life and was Ruby Tobridge, and Mrs. Embed 5 & lOc STORE
proud of\ her little nieces and Sams, Mrs. Eleanor Edwards and ELECTRICSERVICE
nephews when she baby-sat with Mrs. Nathaniel Graham presented
1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481
7 of them for. a day. The George ''proud fathers with 'baby boys.
Dunns' kids: Martin, Vincent, (Two of the surgical patientswere Electrical Contractor
Tony and Joy, and the three Pom from the Tampa area: Edi-
peys., We imagine our little apt. son Few and Cynthia Few, also HOUSEWIRING"Don't HOT WEATHER ITEMS

was a mad house, and they almost for surgery were John Ralph Jr., Ladles ................
depleted the little cuss Call us" Shorts 1.00 Boys Shorts, pr. ............ 36*
reservewe
and
had ifl the jar. It Eddie Bryant. Accident vic- Ladles Panties, pr. ........ 29* Girls Swim Suits ........ 1.00
sugar seemed
she said, that the ice cream- tims were Matthew Miller San- PHONE OX 1-3625 Child Swim Suits, ea. 1.00 Diaper Sets .................... 1.00
ers and Frank Burch. Medical
j man and /ithe kids were in cahoots. Swim Trunks, ea. ....... 1.00 Cotton Panties, 6 for 1.00
He'd be sure to and loudly patients included Malcolm Butler Night or Day Swim Ring, ea. ............ 97* Swim Goggles .........?..... 69*
ring his bell every pass 20 minutes! Carolyn, Jimmie Hightolwer Lee Wright and, Mrs.Mrs. Beach Balls, ea. ............ 97* Sand Palls .........,.......... 25*

We are enjoying the fun with Tommie Carswell. 2 ,Ring Pools and 8 Ring Pools
the kids. We think Julita is jeal-
ous. She's j just another visitor! , , Fill Them With Water Fill.up With Kids

BUSINESS MEN along 15th Zorl thong sandals' bird Items, whatnot shelves zippers

ave. in Liberty City are apathetic PIANO SICK? thread buttons dress materials spray guns and houss
and don't give a damn about spray plastic drspes.
their ;customers! At ,least that's p -

theway+ /tare ifeel. SEE WM. FINDER, Sr. I Money orders and Simplicity Patterns sold every. day Monday

For the last month or more we thru Friday 8 ..m. to 7 p.m.-Sat. tll 9 p.m.

have been having our usual FOR PROFESSIONAL PIANO A CLOSED SUNDAYS-GO TO CHURCH
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Altho the weather was inclement
Sunday morning we. had By RUTH PERRY .
a
nice crowd who braved the rain ...... ..... .. --- -- - - ---...-- -_ about my own people, It is that This service was rendered thru
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Rev. McDonald was at his best they are mighty tired of the same the gifts of clothing and supplying -
speaking from the subject 'Last Saturday was Indepen. we have lost something old Shabby deal." transportation for youngster! t

'"Christian," he reviewed the, dence Day, 1959. On July 4, 1776, something invaluable, !when we DELEGATESThe getting polio shots to help them
subject, of the preceeding Sundayand the Continental Congress In fall to observe with respect and fight this crippling disease.
&4 he said, "The subjects are Philadelphia adopted the Decla honor the day that commemorates Miami area will be weU
too broad, to do In one Sunday so ration of Independence. Drafting the American Declaration of. represented at the Golden Anniversary The ,Awards Day at Mays High
his sermons each Sunday are a the Declaration was assigned to Independence. Our freedom convention of the School brought sparkles to the
continuation of other" Thomas Joiferson, who worked originally was not easily won; the NAACP in Naw York City, July eyes of Willie Maud Nolton when
This on it at a desk of his own mak- fight was aided immeasurably by 13-19. They include Mrs. Lee she learned that she was the recipient -
Sunday he will speak
ing. After the Declaration was that indomitable spirit that has Wright and Richard Powell of of the Woman's Club
again on being a Christian. We
will be favored with special John adopted, it was turned over to become a symbol for American the Liberty City branch, and scholarship
Dunlap, a printer, who was freedom. Our ancestors
'fought Mrs. Ann
music Lindsey Mrs. Vernell
rendered by ,
a quartet The
to make program offered the Girl
broadsides for distribution long and
hard
made up of members of the Fel- for independence. ALbury, Father Theodore Gibson, Scouts in their
day
It was read aloud In camp was
lowship. sever- It is fact, not fable, that freedom Rev. J. H. Armstrong, John
al places, including the Common must be nourished and enriched by the waterfront er
protected Barkley, Elmer Ward and Dr.
There were six members received in New. York City, before the We could lose it by our indifference John Brown of the Bland branch. periences helped to be made possible -
in the church last Sunday.Cervices troops assembled there, by orderof and neglect. through 'a donation for
will be as 'usual Sun- General George Washington. transportation to the beach.
day morning at 11 am. in the The original: engrossed Declara- NEGROES UNITEDIn Richmond HeightsWoman's
auditorium of the Seventh Day tion is 'preserved in the National Dreams dreamed by 4-K Girls
Adventist School NW 50th street Archives: Building in Washington. a recent speech in Memphis Club Does and YMC boys of a canvas roof;
and 25th ave. Friends and visitorsare These are historical facts. Roy Wilkins, executive secretary Community Service and a campfire bright became a
always welcome; of the NAACP said that Negro reality when the club opened
JULY 4THI Americans stand united on the By MRS OLA STEVENSThe their hearts to old trails rocky

MT. HERMON A. M. E. school desegregation issue. and long.
went for a ride around Miami Richmond Heights Woman's,
Rev Samuel Gay, pastor last Saturday, and became more 'There was a time," Mr. Wilkins Club has really topped its prev- tho As Richmond a result of gainful: giving
Opa Locka and more depressed with what I said, "when southern white ious years when it comes to Club has Heights Woman'
saw. It was almost like community services. The 1958-59 boomeranged a prosperous
Publicity Committee any other people ,could have split the Negro .
"business as usual" day. Many : population down the middle on club year brought a wealth of year.HARLEM
Sunday past was Holy Com- stores !were open, but what dis any issue like this. This (Iwould opportunities to its doorstep.
munion Day, and our services tressed me most of all was the have kept us fighting: among our- Through! the generosity of the
were at their best. Our pastor scarcity of flags displayed. What selves and we never would have community supporting our affairs SQUARE
preached out of his soul. We were. has happened to the Fourth! of received any !benefit from the the Woman's Club has been hap SWEET SHOPA
honored to have Rev. Smith! July. Supreme Court ruling py to lend a helping hand in more
'speak at our evening service. I Years ago, I remember thai than one place. FULL LINE OF GROCERIES
Sunday, July 12 will be our Independence Day was a real "This has not been true on The following is a record of
first annual Fellowship Day anda school desegregation. Here tho COLD CUTS COSMETICS
holiday, with bands playing, and events enjoyed by our com-
free dinner 'will be served to bunting-draped speakers' stands, there we ((have had an Uncle Tom munity's children. 208 N.W. 10th Street
everyone at 2:30 p.m. You are Invited and flags: displayed at practicallyevery but they have been few and far 'Research done by the Welfare .
II place of business and in between. We have been united. I Committee brought to the attention 1>1
Rev C. J. Jenkins and his I front of most homes. But mostof believe\ this has been due in no of the W<:man's Club a needto
congregation will be in charge of: all, as I remember, there seem- small measure to the leadership aid families in the community. Advertise It Pays!
our service at 3 pm. Sunday, ed to be a spirit in the air-4he which our churches, their pastors
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July 12 and Rev. J. D. Washing American spirit of freedom and and their members Have given"Continuing
ton of St. Paul, Miami and his .
congregation will be in charge of I liberty. his speech, Mr. Wilkins SOQTf/V'S TV
our evening worship Of course I l know that times declared that "under segre-
have changed. Perhaps we have gation white people get the best, .
Tuesday, July 14 will begin
our
weekly meetings, and we will be become too sophisticated to feel Negroes get only what is leftover For Reconditioned TV's From $19.95
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and their 'coD 'egations. Fourth of July. But then again, gro parents be happy, for example -
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Tuesday, Rev. T. C. Kelly of we gained any-
St. Paul, Coconut Grove. thing by thinking it old fashioned the Illegal segregated school sys- 321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3-1589

:Thursday, July 16, a group: of to display the American flag, tem, often must use torn, second- More than 25 years of reliable service
gospel singers will render a pro and making light of one of our hand, outdated textbooks after
and supposedly most cherished holidays the white children have finished Fr-
gram on Friday, July 17, tho
Rev. S. A. Cousin of Greater ? I must confess that I think with .them? If L know anything .

Bethel, Miami The weekly ser-
vices 'will begin at 8 pm.
You are invited to attend all .
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Plies Rectal Diseases DR. LONG'S CLINIC
(The officers, members and .
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friends of the Mt. Tabor Mission W
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annuonce the installation services
for their new minister, the Rev.P. -- "'"t.idtU1w %'
S. Brown, Sunday, July 12 at -'- '

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year at 'Mt. Tabor; and he also ,
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riah Institutional Baptist Church, 1201 N.W.
Atlanta, Ga. 'as associate minis i For FREE Pick-up and
ter before coming to this area. THE FINEST PRODUCTS AT CUT RATE PRICES Delivery Service on

'All ministers and friends of Prescriptions
Greater Miami area and adjacent SUMMER MEDICINE

cities are hereby extended a Father John's Medicine. Cardui Lydia E. Pinkham; R
cordial invitation ,to be present t SERVICE
Draught Geritol Sal Hepatica
with Syrup of Black } ; ;
us on this occasion joy as y STORE
DRUG
well as one of divine appoint Miles1 Nervine} Super Anahist Cough Syrup.
ment. "Pr crlptlon Compounding
Open Dally and Sunday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. r SpscfslWs"

John A. McMinn, Owner
Beautiful Home 011 Sundries Gifts

Your Lot Patent Medicines
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Phone FRanklin 3-2932
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CARD OF THANKS Clifford Saunders, 30, 1268 NW .
I i 69th St., died this week enroute
CARDS MEMORIALS The :family of the late to the hospital. Clifford was well STORE
GEORGE HAMMOCK known among the ,younger in the
takes this method of expressingIts : Liberty City, area, having attended ,
.< deepest appreciation' for the Dorsey High in the late 40's.While FOR RENT }

t t Expression$: .of Thanks I CARD:: OF THANKSThe heartfelt hour of sorrow.sympathy shown' in Its attending high school, .x-* ;

We. the family ot the late, family of the late, Thanks for the cards, tele- "Johnny Mize" as he was :familiarly tyewly.,renovatedTbuilcIingIdeal r
: LYDIA ANTON MRS. CREOLA P. PARKER grams, florals, and the many cars known was ,intensely interested I, ** .
wish to extend our thanks to the wish to thank the many friendsfor !which were too numerous to in sports and was a star ."'1, : for,:. >..; ,
many', relatives, friends and their expressions of sympathy mention. Special thanks to Rev. on the track team. He earned his BEAUTY PARLOR: )
neighbors for their kind expres: during the passing. of their loved A. H. Harris and choir No.1 of nickname because of his love of .;V
sions of sympathy, which com- one. Trinity CME Church; and to the old Giants baseball ,team and \ DRY CLEANING '
totted us during our bereavement Special thanks extended to the Richardson Funeral Home for Its Its outstanding star at that time,
service. the Lord Mize.Clifford .
untiring May Johnny
WILL HELP EQUIP
Rev. Aaron D. Hall, the WSCS, ,
The beautiful florals and cards, bless and keep each of you In his
along with the comforting tele- Ebenezer Church School, Senior care Is survived by three 636 N.W. 3rd AvenueSee
Usher Board No.2, the Stewardsand .
aunts, Lenora' Johnson, Eliza
grams and other kindnesses were The Hammock Family
Stewardesses, and 'out-of- Johnson, Victoria White two sis .
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deeply appreciated. Those who :
town friends for floral tributes Mr.
ters.. > Myers I .
submitted' their alsoSpecial I .,
cars are I
cards visits and other
telegrams, ,
thanked._ _____
n services rendered. DEATHSRange Funeral services will be held 320 NW 7th St. \ '.
thanks to the Bethell- I Saturday at 2 pin in they New
Williams Funeral Home for the IN MEMORIAM Bethel Baptist Church,"Rev. Ernest Call FR 1-4554, '
I courteous and untiring service Williams officiating -with
rendered. ,We also wish to thank In sad but loving memory of I Francs Funeral Home }In charge,
. .
Rev, 'Father John Culmer, ,rector my father, I"J
of St. Agnes Episcopal Church I
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and. those who assisted him in ., .
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the comforting funeral service. <
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Surely it has been an hour of ''' ;
great trial to us, but we have '," : First Week Rent Free
been sustained in it all by the
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hearted grace of God, and those kind- N 'j I Ir
persons Iwho remembered -
us. 4, BARGAIN WEEK ON RENT
The Anton, Alexander and
Bain Families PAY 1 WEEK, GET 1 FREE
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CARD OF THANKS .
A JACQUELIN APARTMENTS
{ Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. John- .
son, and family take this meth- .,
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Qd of. expressing thanks and apprecIation 1495 NW 67th St. FR 1-9485, PL 1-1756 .
to the many friends > 'j
a'
who were so kind to them during
.
the illness and death of theohnson's 0 Hot and. Cold Water 0 Hardwood Floors

son. .' : .. ; .; 11 ;I 0 Refrigerator and Stove 0 Venetian. Blinds
| BABY CHARLES JOHNSON : : )i\t'
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who' died on June 26 and /was ,' L.- 1 .i
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".: I $15 PER WEEK
laid to rest on July 1. Again, :' .'. .
thanks to everyone for every 11 :. : : '"
thing.The Johnson Family :; , I DENNIS SMITH, Real Estate Investor *

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MORRIS ROMER
Mrs. Bertha Mitchell of 450
IN MEMORIAMIn who departed this life on July West 23rd
10, 1956. St., Hialeah, died in
I sad but Gone, but not Jackson Memorial Hospital on
loving forgotten.
memory of May Sunday, July 5. She is survivedby
our daughter, sister, mother, he rest, In peace.
_....,......_- --.-- _........._. The Family Mrs.her husband Willie, mother,
Rebecca Irving, three sisters, FOR SALETo
Mesdames Sarah Craig, Ella Lee,
IN MEMORIAM I and Mae Lettie Sampson: three
brothers, Aaron, Steve and Robert -
In loving
of dear
memory our. !
mother, 0 Marshall. ,

Mrs. Mitchell was the worthy Close Estate
,matron of the 'Eastern Star,
Chapter 130.

She will lie in
repose at the
chapel beginning at noon on FrI-

;, day throughout and the will evening remain and night.there Beer & Wine Business

j' On Saturday, July 11 at 7 a.rn.
g she will be placed in the Bethel
AME Church of Hialeah where
she will remain until 2:30: p.m on N.W. 46th St.
when> the funeral services will
be conducted in Lincoln Memo-
rial Cemetery .

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R Mrs. Annie Bell White of 1844
NW 69th St., died in Jackson
Memorial Hospital on July 7. '. Inquire My. L. E. Thomas/ .
She Is survived
... . by her husband,
,
- -- r. .'P 'T'. I a brother. sister and a daughter.
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RUTH COLEBROOK AUSTIN .".... ','. I Funeral arrangements are--i in FR 3-3377 .
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who 1958. departed this life July 14, t-,.. J' \:."'. ." complete.The

Now the laborer's task is o'er ,. .. ;' Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. ,JulylS
Now the battle day is past Ii":',......... , ,. .."W.'' Harold Scott of 533 West 24th St.,
Now upon the farther shore .n. Hialeah. was stillborn ,at Jackson
Lands the voyager at last. MRS JESSIE ALBURY Hospital on July 9.
Father in thy gracious keeping I Mho reparted this life July 8, _
Leave we now. thy servant sleep- 1055. The infant Mrs. Dorothy
., ing. Gone, but not forgotten Wright //was stillborn in Jackson
The Colebrook and Austin Mrs. Lillian Smith Hospital on July 8.
Families Mrs. Olive Neely Headlight Adjustment
Daughters and Family Till Key \Dies
IN MEMORIAMIn
IN MEMORIAMIn Till Key, a pioneer Miamian METRO METHODS
loving memory of my late of 1474 NW 6th ave., died suddenly -
husband, sad but loving ,memory of on July 4 in Jackson Memorial : I I;.
-_.__ our dear brother, Hospital. Mr. Key is survived Single. $1.50 Double. $2.50
by his wife.. Nettie. 'one k H '
daughter Mrs Ella K. Wilson, a 'I' .
grandson, Joseph Wilson. *
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-.1 I 'Funeral services were held on Wheel Alignment, Cast & Camber $6.00
,
iJ Thursday morning at 9 o'clock In
,'s the chapel of the M. S. AllenI Wheel ..
..j; ':., Funeral Home, 1744 NW 3rd I I ._... . . 3.00
ave. with the Vent John, E. Cul- It

i, mer..rector of St. Agues Episcopal Complete Motor Tuneup . . '. . 6.00
Church,. officiating $11 N : ;" .. : # .
j a .. :"' "i-.f.; \ -1--
Complete
Following the services the body , .S>!<>rr O.I.1!>t l ng .. .. 8 95 '
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. 'iF. was shipped to Savannah: Ga., .t'f: : .Jr' ; : :
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'. I 0 where burial will be conducted. Also tires and batteries at'reduced prices '
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'" Mrs. Bragg DiesMrs.

( Annie Bragg, widow of Mechanic on Duty
, 'ilwr": ., the late Dean J. B. Bragg of Fla.
r' \' {i : A land M University, died on We fully guarantee all of'our workGENE'S
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...... .' Bragg is survived by two sons '
tI and a daughter.
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j (Funeral services' were held .. .

-....-.. I Thursday in Tallahassee. Persons
W' ...... desiring to send condolences may I
CHARLES. DEAN address them in care of Florida ATLANTIC STATION
who departed this life July 12, HAROLD PIEZE A and M University, Tallahassee
,1058. who departed this life: jJuly 6, Fla.
Gone, but not .forgotten. 1955. 3533 N. Miami Ave. FR M531
-- !Mrs. Mae Dean, wife May he rest in peace and may
Mrs. Clemintine Davis, sister i light perpetual shine upon hLm. eugl
':" Wilfred Dean, brother The Family Join The NAACP _
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Toasters, Irons, fans and all I,
small appliances repaired at . I.I I.
DRAKE'S I Gray Hair Wanted!
7612 NW 22nd Avenue
C a8 Man or Woman 4ern.
NOW YOU CAN LOOK
Architectural Service: 20 YEARS YOUNGERwith .
science's newest discoveryAuntieGray
( For; the. right plans and price PomadeSay
\contact A. Seymour, architect-
engineer. FR 1-9533 in Miami. goodbye to GRAY HAIR with I
YU 3-9987 in West Hollywood. new pomade discovery. Apply
jul11STOVE simply as would your regular .
you ----- -
halrdresslno Imparts nat '( courses in sewing, dress accessories 1 I special foods. For further infor-
REPAIR uraMooklrig color, leave ,hair Mrs. Mary Dell JBraynon recent home accessories and \mation call'' PL 4-5491. .j I
beautifully soft and lustrous. recipient of a Certificate of _. .J
EXPERT stove repair on gas Won't rub off, wash out. Non. Achievement in Millinery, exhibits ____ u .
stoves only. Reconditioned gas staining, non-greasy. Color-Tone her skills in home accessories -\ THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"', a
stoves $J5. 'Phone MO 5-2073. Pomade conditions and grooms (lamps dishes, vases, figur- 1959 PAGE 13
SATURDAY JULY 11
Julll hair. No other hair dressing need. ines) and hats and bags. Pictured .
ed. Send only $2.00 (tax Include left to right admiring Mrs.I
WANTED ed) for full 1'oz.. Results guar. Braynon's work of art in the
anteed. I Introductory offer for home are: Mrs. Mary Lou Belcher JOHNSON AND SONS
EXPERIENCED operator at Vi's limited time. No C.O.D/s please. instructor of Millinery; Mrs. /,.:
Beauty Salon. 938 NW 2nd ave.; Ray Moore chatting (Iwith Bar- SHOE SHOP ,M
phone FR; 9-9359 Home: Frances HAIRSHEEN OF MIAMI I bara Smith who also received a
Roberson, PL 9-6385. Suite 8, 8163 NE 2nd Ave. certificate In sewing; Mrs. May FINE SHOE REPAIRING .. '*
u. v: Miami 38, Fit. Dell Braynon receiving congratulations .
DOMESTIC HELP, day workers, ..........................,................to.. from Mrs. Maude K. Reid We Save Your Souls-While You Walt ",. ?
$7.00. Also office: help. Apply and Miss Eddie Mae Wilson, Instructor -
Aloha and AAA EmploymentAQencf This coupon worth 50c off a Jar. of home' accessories Shoes Shined and Dyed vtlJJ
with clip brought to above address
423 NE 1st Phone
; s. ave. course at Northwestern Senior '
FR 3-9813 or FR 1-4446. Jtill8 or mailed In. High' School. 6570 N.W. 15th Ave. Phone OX 1.985dh"

Any adult can register for
FOR SALE

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ROOMING HOUSE Suitable for .
beauty salon with separate living I
quarters on busy 62nd at. 117 '' \

VW 02nd st. IndJ IS your name '

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3 BEAOTIFUL LOTS at South. ' '
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west 21st' st. Lots No. 13, 14, 13. ,W M '
Carver ,Ranches Very reasonable.

Call 1348 W.Prospect 107th place.9-4293, Chicago or write, HI. book ?

Mrs. E. Griffin Julyll ':. '. ' in the h: ,

Miscellaneous ,
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Shoes tOe, Skirts 19c, shirts 38c, : ".{ ,
,dresses 19c, socks 5 for $1, suits
$3.95, pillows 49c, handkerchiefs : :J
Gc, work pants, shirts _Vt price. ;.
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Fans, Irons, radios. $1.95, watches : .' . . it . . . . . . .

$2, toasters. 75c. Everything. at ..
RUMMAGE :11s
giveaway prices.
1346 NW 3rd ave., UN 53157. J

LOTS, 2 beautiful lots in nice .' .
airy location In Ft. Lauderdale You can't '
Selling cheap. Phone PL 4-5132. : .,' "

FOR RENTWe \ ; :': I:,t: you9re notregistered

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have a choice 2-bedroom k
apartment for rent with stove q ( ;..
and refrigerator, 2945 NW 46th
st. Bus No. 24 passes door. Phone
FR 93576. q : When you graduate from high school, they

put your name in the school yearbook. . '
ROOM: 6807A N.W 7th court
Wallace McCall. When you havo a telephone installed,they .
r put your name in the telephone book. '."

'Apt. $55 ''Month But you and only you-can get your name I ;

Completely and well furnished, in the most important book of all-the roll ,

in quiet residential section. of Registered Voters of your precinct-the .,\
Couples preferred or single I Book." .
"Election
women. Open 10 ajm. to 5 pan I
Call CAnal 1-2250. .... And if you're not in the book, you ought


Job Opportunities I!I,I !jlW.- to Because be. ,you're not registered,you can't

For information regarding the get in the polls come Election Day.

following tact H. Allen Job ooTJortunlties Wheatley of con-the You, can't, even vote for dog catcher-

Urban League, or call FR 1-6476. much less mayor, councilman, congressman; ,.: ,
Economic Researcher, LifeGuard senator, or president-unless your name: it J ::;:.
I, Messenger, Budget Examiner _
.__ in the book.
.
Physical Science Aids have tho right to complain t ::1-'
(chemistry, geology, physics, You don't even
mathematics! metallurgy, other unlesa you're registered,and vote. E
branches o>f sciences except meteorology So don't cut yourself out of this year's key . 1"lectlonl.
.
(Zoning) Enforcement .
in the book. A lot 'r' ,.
Officer, Carpenter. Waste Truck ; Get your name .
Driver Precinct Prism Guard of: your friends and neighbors are already '

Automotive Equipment OperatorI listed there.: U you know of one who isn't, , ,
Engineering Draftsman I, Laboratory MARRIED MOVED OR .' .
Maintence IF YOU'VE. take him with you when you go to register '

Repairman Assistant.(mechanic's helper), COME OF AGE SINCE THE LAST on this "Roll of Honor" of Americans. And : ;

Construction &iuloment Opera- then-we'll seo you at the polls!
tor, Traffic Signal Technician, ELECTION. . read Mi .
Keypunch Operator, Stenographer -
BS2. 3 and 4, Typist GS 1, 2 hart "
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and 3, Clerk Stock Clerk (com- BAIDCSI Bran If:you had pr* RUST VOTERSI 2lal JOG birth-
missary), Offset Pressman Miscellaneous Yiooriy registered under you celebrated your '
have to day sine*tha last election(or Be sureyouVe
duplicating equipment makUn name, you Election
under if JOG will be 21 by -
operator. Tabulating machine register again Be your"new" Day), ... your nama In tbs
mm your
name.
operator and tabulating eaulp- "married Is in the book \ > registered!
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operator. book MEMfttXS Of Till ARMIOFORCW .:I'rwDJI' .
*. TOOT Voting '
fAr wallflowert MOVEKSI If you bar norad Officer for "tha word" on each day Monday thru Friday
you a from the precinct whera you ,.r; Register
Would l learn t dune registered, bow can rote. ....
you like to war* prarioualy 116 W. Flagler Street
AWAY ILICTION .
In a private studio s I I TOO bar mm to your register new adorns again.Maka ,GOINGyou DAY'Vote first-by AbMn- 0 9 am.toSpm. .Itd'i ..
VISIT book tee Ballot. ',.
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Don Dance Studio '. .
Strachan's I 'J '
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GRACE PRESBYTERIAN
..... .. Constitutional Rights
I --.; .: .... ..t,,.{,',. ,: ,.' '. : n'I 14 th Ave. and 59th Street DeniedThe

\ Sunday School ...-.._.. 930 ajn.
Miami Southwest
I Morning Service ............ 11:00: eJn. : Unit
Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses
-
Westminster 6:00
FellowshIp IPJm learned last night, Thursday -
Evening Service 8 p.m. July 2 that Jehovah's Wit-

Cf ST. JAMES A.M.E.Rev. denied nesses In their Argentina consututional have rightsof been
s'"
to urd H. McNeal Harris, pastor free assembly and wor
me Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter ship. A vote of protest was taken
and plans discussed to petitionthe
The usual order of services will Argentine Republic to correct
be followed at St. James AME the restrictions laid on the Christian
Church on Sunday, beginningwith erouro's activities..
the Sunday School at 9:30: Alonzo Adams Jr.:, the local
FIRST UNITARIANOn am., under the supervision of congregation's /presidIng minister,
Bro. Theodore Roddy, his staff of said that in of
spite liberal
MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE many
I' Sunday, July 12, 11 ajn., officers and teachers. All parentsare advancements made
by the pres-
the Rev. Walter Jolly, guest min-
urged to bring or send their
ent
14 SATURDAY JULY 11 1959 Argentine government that
ister Jwlll
speak on "Seeking aSaviour" children to Sunday School to ousted the dictorlal Peron regime,
at the First Unitarian joIn in the study of God's word. a few non-Catholic religious
Church, Dixie Highway at SW
29th road. At the 11 ajn. worship .service groups that were declared Illegal
MT. TABOR BAPTIST BETHANY BAPTIST our esteemed pastor, Rev. H. Mc- by Peron' have yet to be recognized -

Mrs. Lois Hicks, reporter 3078 N.W. 45th St. That evening at 8:15: the Jefferson Neal HarrIs' will preach, also at by Argentine's constitutional
NOTE: Visitors are always vrel Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor Club will meet at the the evening worship service (president, Arturo (Prondlzl.
come. Sis. Marjorie Shelby, reporter home of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald which begins at 7 pjn. Mr. Adam said the 'more than
Platt, 2421 NW 15th st. to dis- A cordial Invitation is extended 8,000"< Jehovah's ,Witnesses In Ar-
Order of Service Sunday School ............ 9:30: aju ,
Sunday School....................... 9:3' Morning Service ............ 11 ajn, cuss "Is our economy changing to all'members and friends and I gentina began circulation of.
Morning worship 11:00 BTU ................................ 530= pm the cultural patterns?" the 'public at large to worship circulation of a petition addressed -

BTU ........................................ 5:30: Evening Service ............ 7:30: pan with us at all of these services. to the president of the Argentine -
Evening worship .................... 7:30: Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30: p.m, Women's Day at You (will always find an atmosphere Republic requesting recognition ..
of. friendliness at St. James under the new, liberal prevision : -
NEW BETHEL BAPTISTRev. Sunday School began at 9:30: "The Friendly Church. of his government. The
with Deacon Johnnie B. Hicks to Ebenezer SundayThe neighboring countries of Bolivia,

Ernest Williams, pastor charge. The number one choir ST. MARY'S W. M. Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay are
1571 N.W. 68th Terrace was in charge of the music. 'pastor and members of circulating similar petitions to
Mrs. Hazel Levan, reporter The William All Stars rendered Ebenezer Methodist Church invite Rev. E. A. Culmer, .pastor acquainted the- people of those
a wonderful musical program you to attend their annual Wo- Mrs. S. DawkIns,. reporter countries, as well as Frondlzi,
There will /Ibe a sale on Satur- at 3 s>.m. men's Day program Sunday, Sunday School began at the with the condition that exists in
day, July 11 starting at 11 a.m. July 12. Services will be held usual hour of 9:45 ajn. with Mrs.S. Argentina. '
at the home of !Mrs. iRosalle [Harris We are now beginning to start all, day. D, Dawkins presiding. Classes
1320 NW 65th ter., sponsoredby our BTU. We are inviting all out took; their, respective places with
the Sunday School and BTU. friends to come and 'be /with us their teachers. The lesson was

The usher .board Is sponsoring a The evening service was ren- r reviewed by the pastor. .
dered
sale on Saturday night, July 11 by the Morning Star Bap- H The pastor was in charge of
tist
at the home of Miss Alice John- Church with their pastor in the 11 ajn. service. That being :
son and Miss Ethel Ingraham, charge and we enjoyed another r I' the first Sunday, he lectured fot
7159: NW 16th ave. great message. Again the numberone a choir !was in charge of the
There will be a sale at the music. testimonial service followed. Both

church on Saturday night, July We are asking all our friends choirs furnished music with Mrs
U.
11 for the ; I Higgs at the organ. No. 1
benefit of the pastor'scontest and acquaintances to visit our i4 ushers served.
which /will come to a church and meet our pastor.
close on Sunday, duly: 12 at 3:00: The 7:30: pjm. devotion >was led
pm. at New Bethel. The other NEW HOPE BAPTIST by the pastor. He preached from.
contestant Is the Rev. Rutherford St. Matthew 24:42,42: ; theme, "Be -.y
of Opa Locka. Rev. James E. Brown pastor Ye Also Ready." Holy Communion WITH

Mrs. Spikes Bro. Vandell Bovan, reporterOn I was administered. Both
president of
the
3 choirs furnished music with Mrs. r
BTU wishes to thank the BTU of Sunday our services beginas r<. G. McFord at the organ. Both KanMl -

Temple in Baptist'Which for the wonderfulway 'usual !with 'Sunday School at 1;, ushers' boards served ,
they entertained
9:30: followed "
ajm by
our regular
them on last Sunday at the tea.
morning services at 11 am. thento r TRINITY WESLEYANRev I
On Tuesday night, July 14, the close out another day of
Nos. 1 and 2 choirs will render a ship with our evening services wor- George E. Johnson, pastor .p i
few selections on the opening beginning at 7 The ; Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter
pjm. pastor
program of the Sunday School will (be, in complete charge of the ,: i Sunday School .................... B sum COMMUNITY DRUGS
and BTU Convention, and on service throughout the Morning worship .................... 11OC
Wednesday night, July 15, the :by choir..No. two ,and day ush-assisted 'nung People's Meeting 5 p.m 6760 N.W.. lath AT..
pastor will deliver
the opening ers !board No. two. Mrs. Maggie L). Scott, teacher
sermon and the No. 2 choir
will
and member of Mt. Tabor Baptist
furnish, the music. !May !we also acknowledge the Church will be the morning
We wish to share our heartfelt fact that our annual Men Day spealker. WANTED
sympathy Elizabeth celebration will be observed on
Barr and Sis. Eliza Johnson In the the (fourth Sunday with the Revs.S. ST. JAMES BAPTISTRev. .
passing of their loved ones. A. Cousin and W. F. Tanneras
Still on the sick list Is Rufus our 'principal) speakers. So let J. L. Johnson, pastor EASTERN STAR OR MASON

Williams, !who underwent surgery us make. it a point to be ''Present Sunday Services (or Former Member)
on Monday morning and Is now at that time and witness a igreat :Sunday!; School........... 9:30: am
making wonderful progress. We program that the men of our Morning Worship ........ 11:00: am EARN GOOD, MONEY
are still asking for him your church have. :prepared for you. We BTU .........................._... 5:30: p.m
prayers. would also like to ask a special Evening Worship ............ 7:30: pjn Write at Once tot
favor of every member and that Visitors always welcome
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY ; is try to (bring some male with 323 N.W. 14th St REV. WM. V. BANKS
Mrs. A. I you to church on the fourth Sun-
director Louise BTaylor, executive day. :If your husband, father, Ml., CALVARY BAPTISTRev. .
of the Murrell uncle, !brother boyfriend/ Is 2101 Gratiot Are.
Branch
YWCA will lead the, dls- available 'please try to encourage E. M. Thomas pastor
sion NW '11th at the Baha'l Center ,137 him to come out. to the serviceson Phyllis Myers, reporter Detroit 7, Michigan
ave., Sunday, July 12. this
our Men Day We make
S I The subject will,, be "Eliminating this promise to Sunday School was opened at
ifou
you can
Frustation." Tea will be served him to the usual hour by our superin-
encourage this
come
at 6 pm. followed by the discus one tendent. Three vistors
day, we, will do everything were pres
1 'sion at 7. Everyone is invited we can ent. We
to to encourage him to continue enjoyed having them. .
participate. The lesson was reviewed by Bro. /
I Melton.
coming.MT.
ST. MATTHEW
AMEZ ZION A. M. E. Morning prayer and devotional ,9l/Mk krirr4yV M and nerlt erK4'
1628 :N.W. 5th ,Ave. 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St: service was led by Deacon Oliver ?
Rev. Daniel Pridgen, pastor Opa Locka Slaughter. The senior choir rendered -

Rev W. T. Thomas pastor Rev. C. J. Jenkins, pastor spiritual songs all throughthe rcELm

Phone NE 6-1518 Sunday School ................ ":30 a.m. Sunday service. We had -i;
Services every Sunday Morning worship ............ 11 am early morning baptism. Our Pas-
1460 N.W.' 69th St. League ................................. 5 pm tor delivered both messages.
Sunday School ..........., 9:30: a.m, Evening worship ................ 7 p.m. Before administering the Lord's
Morning Service ............ 11 .m. Supper. Usher 'Board No. 1 will
Evening
Service
7:30: p.m. start on their 7th
Sunday School............... 9:48 a.m July 1012. Please !
Morning Worship ...........", If am Register Today! Deacon 0 Slaughter, anniversary/: / LESTER C ALBERT. Funeral Director .

SPIRITUAL BAPTIST. 6942 N.W. 15th ATtnu OX I-7W1

Rev. Ernest Hutcheson "COURTEOUS, EFFICIENT SERVICE"

a Supply pastor With Prices to Meet The Family Requirements

i Perrlne, Fla.' r-

i On next :Sunday morning there ,
will be the administration of the

Lord's Supper.. ..
Last Sunday there was a treat
given in honor of the Sunday
School children.
This treat for the children of
the Sunday School l in which the

adults participated was very C e t
much enjoyed.
(During the morning service the
junior choir of;' the church under
the direction! of sister Viola Dar-
ling sang. Miss Marine: Grant

sang a'duets?solo.fThe sung by Sister Virginia A Fact to Consider When Selecting a Funeral Home

Stewart end Sister Flossie 11121 KIT. ink AVENVK s MumruowDA.FWM 0114111.021.5iq
Roundtree at the morning and MANKER FUNERAL HOME

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enjoyed. N.W. 15th 0shnr sup Ue.Ie4 t4 W !4fl... Dr+hhlu
6701 Ave. OX 1-9151 PL 7.7038
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THE INCARNATION TEMPLE BAPTIST MT. SINAI BAPTIST THE MIAMI XI.MES-ccThe People Newspaper"
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1833 NW. 54th StreetFr. Sunday services will be as Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastorD. SATURDAY, JULY ,11, 1959 PAGE IB I
E. Sr Clarke Jr., vicar usual. Auxiliaries that 'have not B., reporter
Susan Butler reporterWe made their second quarterly report -
Vacation time is on with manyof
are unged to do so.
will begin our summer services Beginning Tuesday evening the regular attending members Church of Transfiguration night was a successful venture
with, the following schedule' and running through to Sunday oi the church. It was vividly noticed Several members and friendrwere
/ July 5 thru the last' on last Sunday. (Episcopal) in attendance, and an enjoyable -
on Sunday, Temple will be host to the Sun-
Sunday in September. day School and Training Union There were a lovely crowd at 2571 JN.W. 152nd Terr. time was had by all.
Ven. John E. Culmer
Sunday School of course we are
Congress of the Atlantic Coast
SUNDAYS Baptist Association. Three sessions net surprised at that, because of priest in charge FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST
Solemn Sung Mass and the steady increasing Interest Stanley Sweeting, reporter
will be held The
Sermon ........................ 8:43 am. will be on dally.teaching. emphasis The- and the miltple of activities. that Services every Sunday Rev Marie C. J.Aliord Burney reporter, pastor

Church ,School and Bible three courses offered are: "The are carried on each Sunday -which Morning worship .................... 9:30: ,
Class .............................. 10 Ajaif True Functions of the Sunday is really a drawing incentive to: Sunday School ...M................. 10:30 Sunday School followed its
E. Y. C. Meeting ............ 5:30: pjn. School," "Developing Christ- the youth especially. regular pattern except for the selection
I Solemn Evensong and Ian Personality" and "Growing a Upon the return of the dele- Services at the Mission were of delegates to attend the'
I Sermon ............................ 7 pjnf. Church." I gates, 'Mrs L, E. Thomas and I condensed and brief last Sunday Sunday School and BTU Con.
Weekdays A large delegation is expected Mrs. D. .Benson who- accompaniedher morning due to the "Big Moment"scheduled vention They were Gwendolyn
Low Mass: Wednesday mornings from West Palm Beach, Holly- attendance to the Natonal at Church of the In- Shelly, Erma Lewis and Johnnie
and All Saints Day 6:30 .in. wood, Homestead, Perrine and Baptist, SS. and B.T.U. Congress, carnation later during: the day. Tomblin.
churches In the Miami area. The the Sunday School listened and The big moment was the ordination -
On Sunday the sixth Sunday public is invited. enjoyed a rousing report of the of Postulant Nelson Pinderto Devotional services were led by
after Trinity the Kt. Rev. Henry Officers of the :BTU: wish to doings, the information and Inspiration the Diaconate of the Episcopal\ Deacon J. White and Deacon J.
I.' Louttit ordained Nelson War- thank St Matthew's Baptist, New<<| that (was gained while Church. 'Needless to say the occasion I Ross. The morning message !was
dell Pinder to the sacred orderof Bethel and St. Jomes churchesand there. This Congress Is a great of this ordination was an delivered by our pastor, Rev
diaconate at the Church of the other friends for their cooperation gathering of Christian educational eventful day for the Incarnation, Burney. Text: Psalms 46:1: theme,
Incarnation at 11 am. The following In the program on Sun- workers. We were happy to for Pinder, and for his family. "Greatness of God.
priests served at the ordination note our state well representedfrom
service: day afternoon. different cities. I Our priest.In-charge Arch- Delegates! from the BTU were
Preacher: The Rev. James H. Mrs. Harolean Storr talented Vacation Bible 'School closes' deason John E. CUlmerr rector of Ss. Burnoy and Miss Mcnltyre.
of this city will be presented St. Agnes' will U1 Transfiguration
soprana The evening devotion was led
Hall, St. Timothy's, Daytona recital this week. Commencement will
Beach; the Prefacer,. Ven John E. .in a at Temple, be held on Friday night; July 10. on Sunday morning. Sis Burney and Miss McIntyre
The affair is
Monday at 8 Services this will
pm. Sunday beginat
Miami The has been iwell The evening message was delivered -
Culimer, St Agnes', ; The school attended -
being sponsored !by the Deborah 10:45: instead of the usual 9:30.:
Both mes-
by our
Presenter, the Rev. Elisha S. by the children. pastor.
of the Order of Eastern Your is solicited
Chapter cordially
Clark Jr., the Church of .Incarnation A Joint rally ''between the men presence sages were delivered wth power.Friendship .
Star. Tickets are on sale. to hear the Venerable Cul-
: The Litanist, the Rev.! and women of the church, whichis mer. will observe Its anniversary -,
Theodore' R. Gibson, ChristChurch NEW MT. CALVARY Men and Women's Day is now Tonight (Friday) a Kiddie on July 21-24. The
:Miami; The Eplstoler, on. We hope each group will do Party 'will be held at 2571 NW public is invited to help make the
the Rev. H. E. S. Reeves, assistantof Rev W. P. Tarpley pastor well. Only one will win though 152nd terr. Bring or send your program a success
the Church of Incarnations Betty Lois McIntosh, reporterWe You are welcome to Come and to
young ones enjoy an afternoonand Rev. Burney will deliver the
Gcspeler the Rev. Nelson Pin worship with us any time. .
early evening of dancing, closing sermon for the Sunday
der and master of ceremonies, started another Sunday
; music sandwiches
conch fritters
School and BTU convention on
the Rev. Jarrette C. Aikens, St.Christopher's with the Sunday School at the MT. CALVARY BAPTIST soda, and a variety of goodies..The Sunday, July 12 at the Gethse-

Ft. Lauderdale usual hour. Night of Games and mane Baptist Church in Hollywood
The Missa Marislis Mass was The morning devotion was con- Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor social
sung by the choir. Organist' Mrs. ductedby Deacon Slaughter. Phyllis Myers, reporter evening held last ,Saturday Fla

Julie R. Clarke. Choir No. 1 furnished the music "Let not thine heart envy sin-
Jn spite of the rainy weatherthe for the entire day, usher board ners; but ,be thou in the fear of
church' was filled to over ca- No. 1 was on duty. the Lord all the day long."
pacity. :Following the service the Usher board No. 1 will be celebrating -: We ,began another Sunday ,with OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU'
Episcopal ChurcHwomen sponsored its anniversary beginning the Sunday School which beganat
a reception in honor of the July 10-12. We are asking that the usual hour with the sup- SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED I
Bishop and the newly ordained I you participate in making its erintendent, Deacon G. Mann, In
deacon at the vicarage. anniversary a success. charge. The lesson for the morn- PSYCHIC READER
Rev. Nelson Pinder has been We are asking that you please ing was "A Nation Under God. ,
assigned as vicar of St. John the visit. the sick.EBENEZER. At 11 am. the' devotional service --
Baptist Church. Orlando. was conducted by Deacon I
rfhbwas Bishop Louttit's third METHODIST Johnson and Smith. The music
visit this year at the Incarnation.It was furnished by the No. 2 chqir
Rev. Aaron D. Hall pastor
is always a great pleasure hav-
The

wonderfully
which sang pastor
Ernestine L. Hambrick reporter
in Bishop visit. .
? our gave the congregation a lec- ,
On Friday, July 10 the E. Y. C. Sunday will be observed as ture of the Bible. It was inspir
is sponsoring a trip to Hawaii. Woman's Day therefore the usual
Buses leaving the Parish Hall, infant baptism will be on Sunday ing.At 530 rwe had BTU with the F
1701 NW 69th St., at 8 am. Admission July 19. director in charge. After whichwe
75 cents, children 50: The Pastor's Aid Board invite had our testimonial service

cents. you to attend its tea on next which was conducted by Lorette
On Sunday, the 7th Sunday of- Sunday, July 19 from 4 to 6 p.m. Brown.
tre Trinity will be Youth Sunday. In' the social hall of the church. the devotonal
and of Sunday night
The young men women
:
W. H. Butler, Supt. of thf
conducted Dea-
the church will be In charge of service was by
Sunday School is urging! all parents .
Bell and two deaconesses.The
Church School and evening ser- con
to participate In the Sun- _
vice. The St. Michael's choir will music for the night was furnished -
day School picnic on Saturday,
the No 1 choir.' Then
the at the 8:45 am. by ,
sing mass July 25 at Virginia Beach. I and] protect you throughLife
deliveredthe of guide
pastor came and Let my years Experience
service and also will sing! evensong our
will be-
Bible class
Vacation "A True and Faith- the ship In a store
Wilfred Barry, pre-theo- 28 message, M Lighthouse gulden :
gin on Monday, July through ful Witness"The

logical student Raleigh, St.NrC Augustine'sCollege !Will be July 24 from 9 am.to to send 12 their pm. Lord's Supper was given to WHEN OTIIUR8 FAIL YOU 8EM MM

Church School superintendentand Parents children.are urged those who wished to be fed. For Success in Business And Lore
will read the sermon at Let us remember the sick and
evensong. Rev George Bethel associate those in need of spiritual guid- CONSULT HER -

pastor, left on Monday for amonth' ance. Visitors are always wel- You can now have your home made happy
BAPTIST at Gammon Theological come to come and worship. with
ANTIOCH study long wanted
Get and Hold the position you to
Seminary, Atlanta, Ga. ; us at any time. 0
Rev. E. D. Richardson pastor The WSCS have tickets on Don't Stay in the rut, get out now

Minnie T. Copeland reporter sale now for their straw ride on ill By the help of God he ,can help you
Monday night, July 20. Buses will adults.
Sunday School /Will be openedat leave the church at 8 p.m.. Our sick and ehut-lns are: Remove evil influence, if you are tick, worried or in
9:30: by the Svrot, with review-I. Delegates brought back a won- Sisters Edith Brennan, 1816 NW troubleIt

ing of lesson by the derful report from the District 6th court; Edna ,Ammon, 1026 will to call and toe this Gifted Medium Pint
The morning and evening ser- conference held in Orlando last NW 6th ave.; Maedon Bullard, pay you
mons will be delivered by the week. Ebenezer (was largest in Pauline Brown, Mt. Sinai Hos- Where thousands come yearly' for help and advice, yon too can
pastor. The No. 1 choir and the I 1932 NW 6th this strange mysterious power
\ attendance. There were 7 young pital; K. Solomon, be touched by
No. 1 usher board will serve in School Jackson Hos
people from the Sunday ct.: Sara Clarke, .
the morning. and Youth Fellowship. and five pital. WHY 'GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe '
The No. 1 choir' and the No. 2 I God who delivered loaM and the children of Israel
same
usher boardin charge of evening w"hl'ftn.bof
oU .for.
service. old ii still alive today aim win open a way you ----

BTU in charge.at 5:30: ipm. Deacon Phillip Do you own property in the Bahamas you the troubled stumble seas with of him.life. Let not him that hi blind lead<< yon or

There will be an after service doubt the existence of thing because yon cannot ace
program on Sunday night. The Would you like to sell-or buy? Do you
members of Salters Chapel and them?
and Round that
their pastor will be with us. What do you think of theInvisible wave ;
The Saturday Night Gospel WRITE TO make WlreleM, Telephone, Radio and Television possible

Hour will be held each Saturday before It sprouts, lie concealed, secret, silent In the
for the .benefit of the, No. 1 ush- SANDS REALTYP.O. A feed womb of Nature. THERE 18 AN' "UNS1BBM
er board. The public Is invited. dark earth or

Shutlns are Sis. Livingston, powtai"

Bro. Nunn and Rev. Smith. Box 1147 Nassau Bahamas acquaint your- ".
Therefore
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NOW RENTING authority. Whose private
?, consultation will evolve you

higher state of mind.Information ,
to a
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KING COLE APTS. NOW RENTING All is

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Manager Apt. 2 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments Office Hour 0 a.m.-8 p.m. a

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" I merry-go-round: ,were enjoyed by ,FLA. JAZZ ARTIST Ruff, New Haven Conn., are in ,
I the tots, not too mention the ice ; Russia accompanying a Yali
PAGE 16, SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1959 cream, cake and candies they I VOWS RUSSIAN Russian chorus (group. Ruff alternates
feasted upon I from the bass fiddle to
.. I I I I I I I I'. I J I l I I I I I I l I I I I STUDENTS the French horn:

Mrs. Storr in Recital MOSCQW (NP) Two More than 400 students and
Personal MentionMiss American Negroes a Floridian teachers applauded the duo and
The Deborah Club of OES
and a Connectlcutan. held Rus. at the end of the program, they
'presents Harolean. Stuart Storr, sian students enthralled duringa found it necessary to take three
dn. recital (Monday, ,
soprano on curtain calls and encores.
IJII I III 11_ --- recent two-hour .performance many
July 13, 8:15: pan at Temple
Helen Higgs of Richmond, I aunt, Olga Bradford of Jamaica, Baptist Church, 1723 NW 3rd of "hot}: jazz" at the Moscow con ,
Virginia, (is visiting '{her {family L. I. accompanied: her. They returned ave., Rev. L. A Thompson> pas- servatory of music. "
tor the summer. to New York Tuesday.Mrs. tor The duet, Dwliglht Mitchell, 30, Join,The NAACP
Jacksonville, Fla., and Willie
(Little Patricia Grant of Free- Bernice Kemp and sister, Mrs. Storr, a well known Mlaimlan -
port, I.. :1., N.Y., Is visiting her Mrs. Emma Brown left this week has appeared In concertIn
aunt Mrs. Mary Mickens Berty. for an extended vacation to parts New York and Miami and by .V
While In the city Patricia will of Georgia, Washington, D. C. request Is presenting a program I FOR RENT
celebrate her !birthday at Virgin. and ,New York City. of all-time favorites In classical
and sacred music. Plan notw to .. I"
ia !Beach on Saturday, July 18. 1
The Alex Maokeys christened attend this musical treat pre Nine furnished efficiencies vr"
A 'pleasant vistor to the city is their new baby Sunday at St sented by the Deborah Club.
Mils. Merle Coakley of Nassau, Peter's A. O Church. They enter- Mrs. Bessie Bethune Is presi Excellent location 27th Ave. and 56th St. area.
Bahamas. Mrs.' CoaJkley's visit is tained with a reception later in dent. A.
to see her !friend Mrs. Sylvia their Brownsville home. Very clean. All conveniences. Reasonable' rates .
Wallace of 222 NW 114th terr., <.J
who-is at home recuperating froma Little Audrey Hadley celebrated -
recent illness. The visitor; is the her }birthday; last Sunday witha Do Yourself A Big Favor! Call FR 4.8398 '.' ,
wife of Stanley Coakley, Live rides and
Corp. a
party. pony -"':
retired constable of Bahamas I REGISTER TO VOTE LUTHER O. CAREY, '1958 N.W. 3rd Ave. :
Police Force, and a cousin of
Summer Hutch eson Jr., Miami 116 W Flagler Street
realtor .._...._'__.__uh.. .._.__.__ _..__ n__ _.n _.u._,...._ _._.___u......._.___...u_...._______ ____..____. .._............._...... .........................._...._......_......_.. ..._.._
n*.AI....,y......y.....y....*...:..*....,..........n-el......V. ..'...-..'.V....,*....,V.....:V i:.,.tlrrrtj.'S.. Mrs. Joseph Teell-of Chicago H
is in the city visiting her mother LOVELY : FromVISIT '
Mrs. ..Terell ,(Cleo Mosely) is a:. Fair Realty is Easy to Buy
a well( known Mlamian.

Miss Elsie Douglas-was among t: OR CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645
Miamians !who spent last 'week :OU1 tl
end in Nassau. She returned HOMES t 1
home on Wednesday ,by Pan HK
American .Airways. #

Mns. Hiram A. Culmer of 2015 I'
NW 6th ave./ returned recently FOR SALEIn II I
from a very pleasant vacation in
Nassau. While there she visited Northwest tl
a number otf relatives and friends. .1t

55th St. Area r
!Mr. and Mrs. Quentin L. North .
and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel O. !u3. iJ
Rogers recently returned from a
brief vacation trip to American i
Beach (iFerandina. It marked the
second time the Norths enjoyedthe ,
much-publicized: pleasure
spot; The Rogers' accompanied as f41 __ 1t
honeymooners after their mar rlt
riage here June 21. fl
r'u3'
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Anton. and l _
Low Down Payments
children were visitors at the !famous
American Beach in Duval Terms tlt?
Easy Monthly
County for a week's stay. Enjoy r:1 # I
ing a well-earned vacation the e : EKt.
Anton were high in their praise t.
of the aocomodatlons afforded 1
.u
there: Only 1 Mortgage

WHY PAY RENT ?
Hortense Lewis '"Robinson has .
returned from visiting (with the .
Edward Bakers in Cincinnati, 0.,
the George Johnsons In Lexington Third Ave.
Ky., and Mrs. Winifred Terrific Buy Locfca
Bethel (Littles in Cleveland, Ohio.Eastlysne . $395 DOWNOpa

u and FOR \ {
Clr !Ftrank .
Robinson of Philadelphia are visiting Realty 5t u Here is without doubt(the bargain buy of the year!II! Listen to ..this. 2-
with their aunt and uncleIn !t
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of Airs. Franclna Lewis Robin- f $16.50 week includes insurance and taxes. 4% lit mortgage. No closing -

son. 742 NW 3rd Ave. costs. Move right in. See our Mr. Bliss Sunday 1 ito 6 p.m., 14240

their a NW 23rd Court..
After visiting parents, the ,
C. M. Haithmans In Fayetteville,
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NX3. and sister, Gloria in Hampton Brown Sub Just Built
Brand New! 4 bedroom CBS -
Institute the Rev .and Mrs. 3 or
Lavon Haithman of the American I Onlv S295 Down For $995 Down

their Catholic horn. Church 1186 NW returned 61st st.to NE 4-0394 Move right in. No closing costs. City You buy this brand new bedroom

They brought the senior Haith water. 1 payment each month on CBS home. Includes Venetian blinds, I
mans for a month's visit here in shower door enclousures, all fencedin
balance.
Close to 163rd St.
the Magic City. Mrs. Lavon I S. Hutcheson Jr. shopping No closing costs. Move right in.Nice .
Hafthman is the former Bessie I center. Open Sunday. See 1420 N E. :
Thompson of Coconut Grove.Mr RegisteredReal 152nd St location.

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from n' Ie'W York for the ordination 2-bedroom CBS. 1 mortgage. Only
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