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36TH YEAR, NO. 47' MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1959 PRICE TEN CENTS 16 PAGES





: ; 3 Die in Car Wreck, Ga. Youth. Takes -' ,'J I


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t. , Titusville A truck and a car Medicine to AfricaA ;
smashed together with terrific
II force at a highway intersection .. .
3-YearOIdRoy Thursday, killing three men. 13-year-old boy from Way- ,;Dr. Scheitzer is, could deliver the
Eight cross, Ga landed in French medicine for me. Maybe other 1
I pusly. Equatorial Africa today with persons also will feel what I feel!
$400,000 worth of medical sup- and will offer medicine too."
Burns to DeathA 200-foot(Bodies radius were scattered when the over a plies for Dr. Albert Schweitzer.Two An Italian officer on the gen- .'

mobile, carrying two white auto- transport 'planes, from ,eral's staff told tho Italian state
airmen France and Italy carried the 9,000 TV network about the boy's let-
three-year-old boy was and the truck,, taking nine pounds r/f/ supplies raised In nn._ ter. An appeal, was broadcast,
Negro of Kaiser 1
employed
burned to death Friday night in Corp. to their jobs smashed Steel "" r-to an appeal by Bobby: sonof and gifts from' private citizens !
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his crib by flames that swept hi"' LONGSHOREMEN four miles east of here.together Staff Sgt. Henry I Hill of Way- and drug houses flowed I in. Lind- ._.
parents' home while five other cross, who is stationed at NATO say supplied, the planes. .fI
children escaped. CLOSE ,MEET; The dead Airman was 2C Jul- headquarters outside Naples.
ian M. Johns, 19. The
REELECT Negroes
(Bobby was seen off b$ Lt. Gen
Miami iHomlcide
Detective killed were Frank Ferguson, 52,
Michael GonZales identified the BRADLEY 2nd "Honey" Humph, 31. Richard C. Lindsay, commanderof
NATO air forces in Southern
dead child as Harvey Jones, son I (
of Mr. and Mrs. James Jones, The International Longshoremen Europe, to whom the boy wrotea
1083 NW 4th ccurt. Association closed out its HEARINGS letter that got the project under -
39th convention today (Friday) at NAACP ,way.
Gonzales said the DiLfdb' 'Bdbby had read about
the father was Hotel on Miami Beach. I
asleep'' in the front room of the Delegates reelected William POSTPONED Schweitzer the Nobel ,Prize, win- A
house when the fire started in the Bradley to' another' four-year i ning humanJtarian-d %'. who
rear about 9:30: pm. I term as president. Sixteen vice The Legislative Investigating bas nativesTj'pAfrica.' ..h'C in.ithe
presidents also were Voted new Committee's Miami Inquiry into The child
Tire older children, who four-year t rms. Among these possible communistic influences wanted to send medicine to
ranged from four to nine years, was Judge!!Henderson, presidentof In the NAACP has been postponed. Schweitzer. His father said he
fled, from the house as a neigbbor' the Mi UU>cal 1416 who has ., would buy as much as he could
: dashed in to rescue a six.. served tiwo other terms as a vice it Bobby could find a way to get
math old baby. president The hearing was scheduled' tobegin the medicine to the doctor's .jungle
Some 350 delegates took, partin July 20. It probably will: be hospital.
But when the father tried to the five day meeting, about reset for some time in Septem Bobby wrote Lindsay: "I think
reach ', the three-year-old in i half cf them Negroes.TALUAHASSEE per. that your planes, if they go where ,I
middle
.bedroom, he was driven ., .
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: MAYS. HIGHPRINCIPAL I Cops Gel $600 Pay Bike1 I { I


DIES Mrs. Margaret J. May, Au-
burn, NY, who Is *. canddate for
Roby G. George: Sr., principalof Miami: oo Negro puuro uiu- fit office of executive secretary,
Mays High School Goulds Woman's Home and
of ccrs were jubilant Thursday Foreign Mla
died Thursday morning at 2 when the City Commission ap- Itunnry. Society, AME Zion
o'clock at Jackson Memorial Hospital Another Coed AssaultedJAX proved a $50 a month pay in- Church, subject to the forthcom.
after a l 1m-? illness. crease. Ing quadrennial meet, which will

Shouts of Joy were also beard be hild In Hartford, Conn., ''I

A paroled around the city Incinerator where --- I
Negro convict was in Leon County the workers there' ,and garbage
jail' Saturday on charges of 4 N.Y. YOUTHS collectors won $25 per month MOTORCYCLE

raping an 18-year-old Negro college INDICTED FOR raises. '
g1rLl .... It was a, part of the',upped pay CRASH PROVES'
e N/F !lR The alleged4 attaCk .occurred RAPENEW scale for the' city's 3,750 employees
Y only two weeks alter four white It will cost the Aarpayers "
vRl youths .were-j sentenced to life YORK Four teenage $1,503,000 'annually or a' tax increase FATAL TO MAN
imprisonment': raping another Negro boys were Indicted Wed- of Just under two dollarsper
student at Florida A and M Uni nesday on charges of raping a'' 1000. August 1 is the. effec- Robert Solomon, 27, of 640 SW
versity-here. .The trial of the 14-year-cld white high schoolgirl ) tive date of the raise 10th ave. Homestead: died Mon-
white youths; got worldwide pub as she left a school recreation One of the' most effective city day night at Dade County Hospital -
licity. room on the night of June employees to appear before the I in Kendall, several hours
18. commission in requesting the after his careening motorcycle
SheriffW.P said that '
Joyce Two other boys were charged raise was Patrolman William slammed into .* tree and bounced -

':s....., , Moore In the newvcasft was arrested.37-year-old.lobn'while In the with juvenile delinquency because Nicholson, who made an impassioned I into a canal south of "Dead ",
they were under 16. plea on behalf of the policemen Man's Curvo" on Krome Ave.,
with the .
''Mr. George, who was the first car tfrl. The girl was beaten and dragged / south of Tomiaml Trail. Solomon's
Deputy Sheriff W W.
principal to ''serve at Mays is made thetorrest at the Slappey of to a play area in a Queens body will be shipped to Way-
survived by his wife, Pauline, a the alleged IWault; within scene 15 Junior High School yard, where Stokes 16 Edward Jacobs, cqoss, Ga., by Seniors' Funeral
lon, Roby Jr., a daughter, SylviaHe minutes....tlttt! ;;being notified. some of the boys raped her while ry 17 and John Rich, 16. Home. The body is lying in repose
lived at 21620 S. Allapattab the others held her. at the Seniors' Funeral establishment )
Moore had made The other two boys were aged
Drive In Goulds. Joyce laid a"statement' Queens County Grand Jury 2936 NW ,30th .t., .
14 and 10 and their
names were
indicted ,
Moore oontellion'j withheld as was that of the' girl I f
Mr. George was one" of the most -*- ,Hi, was.* min >_enc chipping time Friday. Solomon is
active supervisors' in the Dade Jn1J1I""U f "I' murder: IIIGadsen survived by his' wife, Annie'Mae, --
County Public School System County: west of here in ,his ,mother and other relatives.
Not only did he .perform his administrative 1M3, but lwi! paroled In 1M8Rw'psrow > r
duties ,as principal : 'revoked in 1950 f
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of Mays but he also took an ac- after he was ,involved in a drunkdrivitsget ruiliI Little Rock Schoolsto

tivfe role. in a number of extra He was paroled ., uiii
curricular activities of his schoolHe again In 1W5T.I
was also a great athletic en- 't;:' Reopen in Sept.The .
RATHER, f HAN*'NTEORATt
thus.1astuand on many occasions: ? :ti
personally accmpanied his teamsto f i Little Rock School (Board I
their places of competition. '! qELL has announced it would reopenin
the fall four public high. 3
Funeral services will be held GOLF,COURSES schools which Gov. Orval Faubus *
on Tuesday'afternoon, July 21, at II clued under state law. This
2 o'clock at the New Bethel AIdE law war declared unconstitutional
Church In Goulds under the direction JACKSONVILLE The city by a Federal Court. -
of the Richardson Funeral will sell Its**two'+,Polf courses to
Home, with the Rev. J. S the highest .,ft&ponsible bidders, I
Blake ,officiating. The. body will City Commissioner Dallas L. BILLIE -HOLIDAY"I, I
lie !in repose at Richasdson Fun- Thomas ,sd( < Wednesday r
eral Home from 9 o'clock Mon. The munlcjpaj courses have
day:..morning until 330 pm. The been closed since April 7, when DIES., IN N. Y. |

body will then go to the Church iii federal 'c&irt ordered! them integrated .'......
from 4:30: until funeral time Tuesday Billie Holiday, died early this I

afternoon. Burial in Ever- Thomas Liww :ithe: sale of the ,' .. .... morning (Friday) in a New York''
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will ? -- hospital where she
green Memorial Cemetery courses include a clause requiring J has been ill'
the buyers to operate' '\ for the past six weeks. I. t
Principal George is also survived them as coif courses for at least John W. Whitaker of Albany, Ga., president of the "Lady Day" as she was popularly .*t' ,
by two brothers, Oble and J 0 years. The courses are Brent- International[ Association of Railway Employee will pre. known, .was! famous for her c
O-nreJl, .,fin aunt ?Mrs, .Martha wood in the north part of the side over sessions when that organization Its 16th rendition of "iLover Man" and'-
Gibson nd an uncle, Stephen: city and Hyde.Park in the westPart opens other sultry blues number. She ;
George of the city blennfel convention in Miami Monday. (See story page 3), was 417" '** ;I')

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MIAMI TIMES 'The ...---....--.-......- ChitChatHello mer's night of outing.
,Peoples' Newspaper" Sunlight
Mrs. Barbara Davis
chairmanof
PAGE 2 SATURDAY Y, JULY 18, 1959 PHIL OSSOFERSAYS Everybody: the sick committee reports
.- We Sunli&hters are as brightas Mrs. M. Hl/ks! twas ill end is re.

_..................... "'II to ." : ever. cuperating nicely.

-.........-.................--..... On Saturday night last a 'sale We send condolences to Mrs.
of Mrs. M. Monroe who .lost her sister-
held at the home
Around Miami i Congratulations to the! This NAACPon dy- Noona was Mimms, games were play in-law, to Mrs. V. Rollins In the
its 50th anniversary
ed and a wonderful dinner wse passing of her uncle, and Airs. B.
namic champion of democracyhas served. Everyone enjoyed themselves Brown in the lost of her brother
I done, and is doing a magnificent '
comings in-laiw.
By DAVE'Mr.winQBONOU. jet>. Art; present it is sailing immensely. Also
survivethe another activity, a beach school hours'are
will summer
f In stormy seas but it Our
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Beach.
1.1 1 at Virginia '
buffeting of the winds of oppression party I from 9 to 7:30, so come by early
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THIS WAS the week that 'May and sail Into the port of Information nay be (obtained to see us. "We- are working very
me was going to say her say .. If equality, which is its goal. by calling the Sunlight School. I hard despite the' heat.

write the column and tell you . t., .. .' The current turbulent situationis Everyone will enjoy a cool sum See you soon .
about Atlanta and a few other Dr.
explained by
things . :well . |with all of them. Sue is offering some new:' Martin excellently Luther King Jr. in his ...
the notes and mentions that Dave services and prices right ndw, so of
look for her ad in this . talk, "Facing the Challenge aNew I
left and sent I'd like to know paper
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in which he states,
Age,
like White "how Zane Alpert has some new cars Rent Free
-do dat?Slappy" you on his Metropolitan lot on 7th "Let nobody fool you all of First Week
hear
noises that
Ave. at 55th Terr., there are the loud you
I am going to get one !point TWO over there I'd like -to have.I from the legislative halls of
over, however, and that is some the South about 'intenpositin and
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thing that was (brought to my ,at- PRETTY GIRL of the Week: 'nullification,' and about outlaw- BARGAIN WEEK ON RENTPAY
tention by our "Mayor" Charles Mary Britt . Policeman of the ing the NAACP, are merely the
Hadley. It seems that there is a I Week:.Marcellus Goodwin (Home-II death !groans of a dying system. 1 WEEK, GET 1 FREE
nice house in the 1700 block oi stead Force) . Show of the The old order is passing away,
57th st. that is zoned :for one Week:.'Jtmmy'(Reeves at the Cafe I and the new order is coming into
family dwellings where four different Society . Jazz Spot of the week:I I being. We are witnessing in o u r JACQUELIN APARTMENTS
families live . crammedinto Kenny Drew and his combo day the birth of a ndw age, with .
this house 'built for one fam< swinging at the Sir John Lounge.I a new structure of freedom and 1-9485 PL 1-1756
ily. Now that is .owned by one ot If you dig Jazz,"don't miss them I I Justice. 1495 NW 67th St. FR ,
us, and (we do not want to hinder the 41
Only one thing can cause
any of cur people .from making. TUESDAY AS "dipping day" demise of the NAACP, and that is Water Hardwood/Uor
Cold
| Hot and
as much money as they can from' at the Sir John Pool. Seems the establishment of that new age o
an investment but how can we everyone iwho. went near the pool, cf which Dr. King speaks. When o Refrigerator and Stove Venetian Blinds
fight these (big pastel colored was dipped. (Ed Cook, WFEC DJ !1 that goal is attained the NAACP
slums" being erected in our residential was pushed in, shoes, hat and all (will become obsolete, as will $15 PER WEEK
areas, if we, ourselves . Mary Britt, uniform, shoes i I I Brotherhood Week, Human Rights
are going to make slums out of; watch and all . Janet Smith, Day and all the "days" and DENNIS SMITH Real Estate Investor
our .own property. This is. pedal) pushers and all. I went in "weeks"' that men of Justice have ,
thing that we all should fight ,. in self defense. set up as guideposts for their
home-owners in these neighbor- I less spiritual brothers.
hoods should write and go to the WE' ARE STILL In need of a I
City Commissioners tor help in judge, they tell me. I was so sure Until th2 t .day, more power to
maintaining our communities that this had been accomplishedwhile the NAACP! Let us pray its work
beautiful residential areas. If wt I was away, that I did not will be completed soon, for this
do not help ourselves, no one get all of the details, but We Are organization is truthfully working Headlight AdjustmentMETRO
else tWill help us. Not Pushing Hard Enough! In not just for the bettermentcf
this column acme weeks ago. the status of one particular
I AM ALSO curious to know Dave asked some :good question group but for the advancement
why 'We do not have Negro bag abut this, and iwe should get en of all mankind. METHODS
boys in the super markets in our the ball! tlclpate.
areas. Food Fair, Stevens, Shells, Single $1.50 Double $2.50
Kwik Cheflc, Frederkks and others -I IN A NO- from Dave, who I lain .
could help out a great Nassau as you know, he sez Ju
deal in our problem of juvenile saw Mrs. Oliver Paige (Maxine) are, but slowly. .
delinquency if they would give and they have named all of the
DAVE WILL for
Nassau
be In
our boys these jobs in these streets in Nassau. Camber
neighborhood. What with the He and Chickie another week, but I'm sure you Wheel Alignment, Cast & $6.00
are upsetting the TropicarnaClub
will! hear all about Nassau next
amount of
money we spend with there.
them each year, our boys are unalble week . from ,his end of the Wheel Balancing . ; . . . . . 3.00
to find jobs after school, on While we are on the subject of pen. So as he always sez: Live
(week ends and the Nassau, did know that within Life, Every Golden Minute of it 6.00
during sum- you Peace. Complete Motor Tuneup . . . .
mer. Consumers Market on 62ndat the next few months the Immigration -
22nd ave., is about the only Department will
"major" super market in any of 'straighten out a long troublesome Complete Simonizing . . . . . 8.95
our areas who have made these :snag of hating to check in Nas- ,Do Yourself A Biff Favor!
jobs available. (Let's ,get ,to work son i au and a 8 sin in Mlami Y Se; ems: REGISTER TO VOTE Also tires and batteries at reduced prices
this and see what can be done. here will be only one checking
place and that twill be all. Sounds. 116 W. Flagler Street
QUICK NOTES: Elder Charles wonderful, doesn't it? It will savea Mechanic on Duty
Beck is in town, doing his good lot of time and trouble too. -

work . Major Robinson ofJohnson's We all of work
fully
guarantee our
Publications in Miami IF I START to write about At- Beautiful HomeOn
last week at the DiLido Hotel on lanta now there will not be room
the Beach . Charlie iHtolmes for the Editorial or Archie Pin- Large Lot
has opened a men's wear shop at der's Press Box, so I'll only say 'G EN'SATLANTIC ,
1070 NW 62nd st. and has continental that it is still a swinging town. Your lot can be a paymenton

style mohair suits and They have two. new clubs . one this 3-bedroom 2-
slacks, sports and dress shirts is so (fancy they have a canopy new STATION
calypso and bermuda shorts anciall over the sidewalk. Things aw baths
sorts of things for the men. Go really happening, there sociallys 1227 N.W. 69th Street
by (Charles is the husband of well as ctvicly. I noticed thai
Miami Ave., FR 4.4131
3533.N.
"our Elcuise" from the Sir John there are about 8 blocks of ofayi Open 3-5 p.m.
Restaurant. . Eddie and Doris living within five miles of the Ugl
Parker have given Michael a city limits in all directions with Baron JE 8.1340
llttte brother whom they named the exception of the business dis. I
Anthony Edward and who w a I trict going out Peachtree St. We
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born on July 2 . Sammy Wright have really moved them .to the I I rn//} !r7\1I 7\'t' \ nrn mlllllWl'1IIIUlIInwtrrlWl'! _______- ...
has been released from the hospital ,.outskirts, and we are building
and is now convalescing at : some of the most fabulous pads
home . Chris Jenkins (Hair you have ever seen. Wish. I could
Weeve) :went to Sue's new Health show all of you the pictures of New 3 Bedroom Homes
Salon on 6th st. at 2nd ave. Tues. these homes, maybe it would
day and came out pounds lighter spur us on a little. I am not say.
. where she wanted to loss ing we are not progressing. We

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THE' MIAMI TIMES.'The Peopled Newopeper"SATURDAY


Railway Employees Open JULY 18, 1959 PAGE 3.





NaH Convention Here Mon. , Still traditionally distilled for


"IMPORTED QUALITY!"
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JOHN HOTEL Dean Howard U. to


,..Railroad firemen, brakemen, '.'
oilers and other. employees who ,
keep the (wheels of America's Sonthwide Meet .. !.
trains turning will. be coming into Keynote
Miami this week from.all over the
Soutn for the letn, biennial ,convention -
Dr. William Stuart Nelson
of the International As- pro.
sociation of Railway Employeesand fessor of theology and dean of the a

International Ladies Auxili faculties .at Howard University,

ary. will deliver the opening addressat .
the southwide} in- a
The Sir John Hotel is head. stitute leadership
on Non-Violent Resistanceto
quarters for the convention that
Segregation, Wednesday even-
will run July 2022. ing, July 22 at Spelman College,
Atlanta, Ga. He will discuss "The
Philosophy and Ethical Roots of
NOI -Violence," and will analyzethe
contributions of Christianity,
and the philosophies of Gandhi,
Thoreau, Tolstoy and others, to
the development of* nonviolenceas t\
a moral and social force.

In addition to this major address
Dr. Nelson will guide the '
I institute's, discussion and worflc-
shop groups as they explore the
philosophical and ethical aspectsof
non-violent resistance.

Another recent visitor to India,
Dr. Lawrence D. Reddick, proves ..
sor of history at Alabama State ;; \wa
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College, will address the instituteon
H. J, RAINQE Thursday, July 23 on "Pro
, President of Host Local 57 gress Against Untouchability in
India." Dr. Reddick will compare
I Mrs. Williams Back what is being done in India with

our current desegregation drive "
From Germany here.

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B. H. HOWELL !r
. President of Host Local 60 REVIVALJerusalem Its right on the label! Pint distilled in 1769, still

traditionally distilled for authentic London Dry Gin
Local No. 60 Missionary Baptist
of Miami, B. H
Haell, president, and Local No Church, 7008 NW 17th ave., is uallty. Eatoy the subtle dry and delicate flavor of
57 of New Smyrna Beach, R. J holding a 2-weeks revival beginning .0enJaia.. ..,
Rainge, president, are co-hosts the 20th of July through
along with their auxiliaries to the the 31st. The public is invited to \ \ a .ftn'JIOOIISw.uORDOH.3
visiting railroad men, and their attend. Rev. F. L. Johnson in .t' 1 i
wives. charge of service. Rev. J. D. .
Green is pastor. july25 -! __ _ .N... NMM'S MI W.+ llpr U/D"L/
The first public meeting of the
;j y. 3gtftf< ftg gggygtfSgg5gig
convention will .be
:: a Memorial
Service Sunday night at the St. .1
Paul AME Church, NW I!
4th court For The Finest Anartments Moderate Rates-Call
_ansl. .t.Oth.t.... ...., .Y>........ -T. .fk.,. ur.I nll'uu__
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ton, ,pastor. Mrs. Vera L. Gaskin and the
entire family are overjoyed in !

Registration of delegates will having her sister, Mrs. Estelle M ONDED COLLECTION
take 'place beginning at 8 o'clock Williams again In their midst
I Monday morning with the opening She has recently completed her
1 session scheduled for 9 second tour of duty with the
! o'clock. John W. Whitaker of AlI Overseas Dependent Schools of
i I bany, Ga., International presi. the Army.
dent, will preside over the meet. ,
During her last two she AGENCY
ing. Greetings from the city will years Inc1rThe
be brought by Mayor Robert taught in one of the largest ele- I
King High. Charles Lockhart will mentary schools in Europe in the ,
famous city of Munich, Ger-
brim greetings from labor and
Neal Adams iwill welcome the many. Every holiday and many

nessmen.deleates on behalf of local bus such weekends interesting were places spent as touring Jeru- largest collection and rental

salem, the !Holy Land Bethlehem, ,
Among social events planned Lebanon, Cairo, Egypt, the Scandinavian agency in the South; operating in
for the visitors is a Get.Acqu lnt- countries, where shc
ed Party in the Sir John Club viewed the midnight sun, Kiev, Dade and Broward:Counties9
Monday night a banquet Tues- Leningrad and Moscow, Russia. 1
day night, and a picnic and swim
party in the hotel pool patio Mrs. Williams was quite for. gro Housing areas k __
tunate ;
in ,
Wednesday evening. spending a week at the
World's Fair In Brussells Bel-

''R"' glum. Before she returns to L. L. BROOKS, PRESIDENT .
Munich, she plans to share some
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HICKS' of her experiences with the fam- MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
ily and friends, with a "Show and :J
Photo Studio Tell" party at her home, alter HOUSING UNITS DADE "
10,000 AND
The has recuperated from her : Ity 1
tcng Journey home.Announces .
Ultra Fine Portraits / BROWARD COUNTIES i

James K. lucks Prop. Marriage .
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Studio Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Forbes announce p.S S i, j j'I

2440 NW 60th St. the coming marriage of
their daughter, Barbara Jane _
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Phone NE. 3-3166 Elaine to Louis Vincent Cole. : v "
brook Sunday, July 19, 6 o'clock I CY, INC. f"f.
I at St. Francis Catholic Church, :

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RIGHTS BILL MIGHT HAVE CHANCEA KILLENS

Senate this Proudly presents HI"
Judiciary Committee week approved a

civil rights bill which if the full committee accepts will l ." ONCE A MONTH
probably go before the senate. The bill also extends the . "
life of the Civil Rights Commission to the end of January . FLOOR SHOW

1961. Thurs. July 23
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Dealing with the rights of voters, the bill requires . M FIESTA CLUB
election offficials to preserve voting records for three
years and to make these available for inspection by the Title of next show

U. S. Attorney General, or his representative. r REV. W. F. TANNER .. 'Bad Dan Chain Lightning'
Willful violations would be subject to up to a $5,000
Admission 75 cents
The of New
men Hope Baptist .
fine, or imprisonment for no more than five years; or both. Church at 6600 NW 15th ave. art I
The provision would cover anyone who steals, destroys, cconpleting plans for their Third Baptist Church';and Friday night
the Rev. and congregation
A..L. Shipp -
conceals mutilates alters Annual Men's Day to be observed
or any voting recordsregardless -
: Moriab
.New Mt.
Your Vote is Neededto
of whether he is an election official. .( Brown Sunday Is pastor., July 26. Rev, J. E. Baptist Chum': '

Since some kind of bill is better than no bill, let:us Deacon Henry Jefferson, Saturday all day dinners will 'fight' the forces that seek

hope this one will see the light of day. ,.:", ., > eral chairman and Deacon genet. j be, sold at the church by the men to keep you a Second Class
Mississippi's Senator James 0, East land heads the Scott, co- habrnan. are leaving i I We are asking all members to
'please bring '"a male member oi Citizen.
Judiciary Committee no stones unturned in an effort
and unless
he has had a change :of 'a friend to church
family
tc make this the biggest and best your ( or
heart,,-civil rights legislation, does not;appeal.. to him.. Men's Day in the history of the I with you on the fourth Sunday. 116 W. Flagler Street

church. . .
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PUPILS N'BE SPANKED' **" Rev. W. F. Tanner, pastor of -
St. Mary's Baptist Church, will
The Dade County School Board on Wednesday deliver the morning message. -
adopted its budget the. Rev. S. A. 'Cousin, popular pas
>for next fiscal l year amounting to
tor of Greater Bethel AMt
$77,000,000. Teachers will receive an increase. of $200 Church, will be the evening JAZZ
for the year. speaker. Strictlyt
The ,board' also, changed its '
rule -- '-
for punishing students - -.-. -.f.L---- ,
who misbehave. They, may now' be spanked, but noton '." '! .' .
any part above the waist, nor below the knees. A con- y I
ference between principal and teacher must precede all
spankings and must be administered in kindness in the F ,,. ':;#k; ._ KENNY DREW TRIO'Pianist

presence of another adult and at the time and under con- *
shame.ditions"not calculated to holds the child up to ridicule or 1 /

with Buddy Rich's Orchestra
The vote w.as 4-2 in favor. Mrs. Anna Brenna Meyers f

and C. T. McCrimmon *against, on the_ .ground ,that the 1 I
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absent chairman C. Raymon Van Dugen should be con- / < .
sulted first. ,

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METRO Mw SIR JOHN HOTELNW. I
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After two years in business, ':our Metropolitan govern JLH
ment is not as yet on a solid' : .!foundation. Even some

staunch supporters Metro ,are dissatisfied with ,it and
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would like some changes made ? 3rd AYS. COR. nth ST., MIAMICtntral

One of the big issues'.tt the transfer: ana operation of
traffic courts. L _1
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Miami Beach; Coral Gables and some other munIci-
palities have not as yet turned over their traffic court to DEACON HENRY JEFFERSON I

Metro. There are others clamoring for changes- ,,''the The following are the services .
charter'or for a board to write a new. charter. that are to be rendered next week
There are 11 Metro commissioners, even some of in behalf of the Men's Day Cele-I I Life Insurance Co.
them believe this number bration Monday night, II ,
should be no more than unnecessary. They think there A. Bradley and congregation of IS HAPPY TO OFFER FOR YOUR
seven.
the Mt. Cannel Baptist Church. I
Charles Crandon, a member the former Metro Tuesday night, Rev. W. T. CONSIDERATION THEIR
charter board and a well known Miami businessman Thomas and congregation of the .
would like to see the chater amended. Corinth Baptist Church. New Fami'yGroup.P'an
Wednesday night, a giant muss '
Reports are that the County Attorney Darry Davis ical program, featuring various Father Mother .\ f.
says the biggest roadblocks to Metro are, "the continued choirs and gospel groups of the Children-All Under One PremiumNewborn.

resistance of certain municipal officials and the restric- city.Thursday I' Automatically ,Insured at Birth

tions on county government! Jr|i\ the..original Home Rule .. night the Zion Hope ", .' AT NO INCREASE IN PREMIUM
1"
Amendment.He .

warned that unless the public is alerted to"the : MEN DAY AT Very Economical Family From Protection in Any Amount

constructive progress of ;Metro, Greater ,Miami's nationally -
watched experiment in, metropolitan government can ST. JOHN ,
collapse because of misunderstandings.Davis ,$2,000.00 to $50,000.00
said Metro has made more progress in two The men cf St. John are to be t.

years of life than anyone had a right to expect. Difficul- complimented for a magnificent to the highest degree TheXompany Also Offer Othe Attractive And
ties now besetting Metro cannot be.blamed on the charter done. Those who attended Job well the Modern Policies to Fit Your Individual Needs" ..

but rather on lack of cooperation from municipalities and service on last Sunday, July 12,1 t
inadequate taxing powers. saw a 50-voice well groomed b4Consult .
The Chamber of Commerce male chorus accompanied by both -
has committeeto
a special organ and piano under the Our
direction District
Office Offices
study possible changes in Metro.J. of Ulysses Morris. The St or The Home
Morton, a member of the Metropolitan Advisory Jchnites were most happy in that : 1416 N. Boulevard Tampa Fla.
Board said his board had the authority to alter the char- all talent used in the programwas t, .
home .
ter. He thinks the 11-man commission should be reducedto John contest crcten.that had The been Mr. un-St OFFICES ON FLORIDA'S EAST "
seven, elected from districts who would establish poll der way for about a month end- COAST
cy and prescribe minimum standards for 10 or 12 major ed also and netted the church MIAMI WEST PALM BEACH,
cities in the county. over400.. Mr. Raymond Smith 176 N.1W. 14th St. 602 N.
Ave.
received the title Rosemary
of Mr. St. John.
With the Chamber of Commerce, the Advisory Board, The theme for our Men Day FT. LAUDERDALE
the Commissioners, the County Board and County 'Manager was The Role of Christian Men t 700 N.W. 2nd FORT PIERCE
Campbell! surely a solution to Metro's problems could In This Scientific Age." Mr. N I St. 304 N. Eighth St.
out L. Adams was our speaker. I I .
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,SOCIAL SECURITY
: SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1959 . .. PAGE 5

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30 is an importan .: '
date to many 'people, according :, 's ,
to Edward P, Blonston, managerof : 'i. pj *
the Miami' (North) Social Security t , ',,:
office at ,234 NE 79th st, '1 1

._ This Is the last day that many
; people can apply for social security -
4 ''benefits for adopted child d
ren iithout loss of some benefits.
The 1958 amendments to the
Social Security Act liberalizedthe
rules regarding benefits for
:: adapted children., Under these
amendments, children can received -
benefits immediately upon
adoption by a retired or disabled .' ; .
Worked Also, If the child was

,.:t living :with and being supportedby
a worker who died, the child : '
may. get social security benefits 1 U .. ..
he is adopted by the wid6w within .. .
two years after the woi+ker's L.
death. If the worker died before '
August, 1956, the child can qualify -
if adopted by the widow be.
fore September 1960. Mother'.
benefits may be paid to the
widow who adopted the, chile \ .
after the worker's> death. .' of'f:' ,, .
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many people who were believed '. ,. ,) ,:. i ," " : '.
eligible under this change hav /
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should "
Miss Blanche Byrdsong and Mrs. Alese Gill was in chargeof Inquiry be made ,
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before i' r _> ) I. "" ;,4':
Sept. 30 to ; ; '
prevent t ,
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Thomas Ellis Johnson exchanged: the guest book Mrs. Maggie any '
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loss of benefits. .. 4 '" .' " "l ,t. '
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wedding vows and rings Sunday Adams was ,at the piano and ('t : '
June 28 at 1510 NW 70th sVMr Mrs. Mary Willingham and Mrs : \: t!;'. 'nf'f: ; ; : '; I V"I! .' :*, ,

and Mrs. Ernest Thomas were Martha Jackson received gifts, MusicalExtravaganza ., .....' >1
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attendants and Rev. Cooper of. Mrs. Mary E. Simms, as super- : : '
ficia ted at the ceremonies. visor of refreshments, did a won- at Mt. 'r., I'.. l&I ,'joj., (' .1.fit.., .:<;J"'".,'.'1'',.a.,." .t.I\.jMr.

The bride is the daughter of derful job.Among I Zion July 26 \ and Mrs Vernell Ross
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Byrdson, the guests were Dr. A. Don't 'at i
miss the Musical Extra were married Jude 28 St
764 NW 68th st. H. Thomas, Ccral Gables; Mrs '
vaganza Sunday July 26 at Mt. James AME Church in Liberty
Mr and Mrs. Willie A. Scott! Joe Barcham, Mrs. Louise 'Cron
,
Zion Baptist Church, 301 NW City, The Rev. H. McNeal Harris HENRY'S TRADING
extended invitation to wall Mrs. Catherine DetwilerMrs.
warm ,
a
9th St., 3 p.m. to 6 performed the, ,
pan ceremony
200 guests at the unforgettable Annie Wren, Mrs. Evelyna
Come and CENTER
reception. Special attention was Williams, Fort- Lauderdale; Mrs witness' a program Their marriage was the culmination -
destined
kept on the little house of cocktails -I Paul Williams, Fort' Lauderdale both to be highly entertaining of a romance that .began 1449 N.W. 3rd Ave.Men's '"
The is residing in Miami musically and spiritually. on the of Fla. A, and M
coupe Music will be soulsearchingand University campus from, which both Suits ..........., . $8.95
satisfying. The city's best graduated. Mrs.. Ross is the for- ((76% of
TB Ass'n Seeks project. choirs obtained and for choruses have been mer Francena Bruton. She Men' and Ladies'
volunteers your enjoyment. : teaches at R. R. Moton School
Volunteer WorkersThe should contact:who Mrs.can Jean give Davies time I I Everyone is invited to com Mr. Ross is'a coach and,instructor Watches ??..,..........,,, 7.95: li
at the Tuberculosis Association Zion's and hear Land""Zion's. Songs, Sung in at Stevens High ,in Quincy, 1 Op.n'' dally 8:30: a.m. to 7 p.m
Tuberculosis office either. Fri. said Sat to 0 p.m.
Dade County by phone or a visit The program is sponsored by
Association is issuing an urgent to the otficd.t. Mt. Zion I Baptist Church choir Closed SundaysCLEAN..CLEAN.
plea for summer and year-round I No. 2, Charles C. Miller, president Join The ,NAACP ,
volunteer workers to help pre Motorcade to BeachThe Marie Randolph, chairman 01 r; -5-. .
pare 230,000 envelopes of Christ Event; Rev. Edward T. Graham, "
mss Seals which so'out to the No.. 4 usher board of the minister. July2!
public in midNovember.Organizations Friendship Missionary Baptist
and individuals Church invites everyone to join : !:. .......
are badly needed to check lisU them in their motorcade to Virginia HARLEM .
alphabetize cards, type and help Beach on July 20 at 8 p.m SQUARF . ...
stuff envelopes. Both adult A delicious dinner will be served SWEET SHOPA
workers and teen-agers from at no extra cost. The motor-
high schools and colleges are asked cade leaves I the church, locatedat FULL LINE OP GROCERIES. CLEAN.
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1375 NW 6th at 8
to offer their services now. ave. pn. COLD CUTS
Workers perform their volunteer sharp. All ushers of the No. 4 COSMETICS
tasks in air-conditioned board have ,tickets at $1.00 eachor EOt: N.W. 10th Street I
quarters at Tuberculosis Associa- phone OX 1-5525.
tion offices, 83 SE 8th st. .. Bro. J, C. Wright Pres. u I. '
Richard Spindell, director of Sis, Josephine Carr, ,
the Tuberculosis. Christmas Seai; recordini secretary Vi
Sale, pointed out that. tor most Rev. J. C. Burney, pastor FOR SALE
people, Christmas is more than
five, months afway but at the TB
Association, preparation of the I Your Vote is Needed Brand New 3-Bedroom

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MIAMI TIMES- Th Peoples' Newspaper" iBaby Contest Winners at Holy Redeemer I

Beautiful Home oa
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1959 Your Lot


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Complete building service
It is. always encouraging to re ship in a Forest Hills, N. Y. tennis
cord good news. After many yean club, Dr. Ralph Bunche, second ., PLANNING'
Negro laborers working for the in command of the UN and BUILDING
City of Miami are finally going winner of the Nobel Peace Prize
to receive the same pay White said, "This flows from the well FINANCING
laborers have been getting all of racial and religious bigotry Your New HemeREPAIRING
along. The City of Miami Beach and I am glad to have this unpleasant
accomplished this same thing sev- but necessary lesson .
eral years ago. Although long made real in this way." e REMODELING
overdue is good to be able to
.
I Over 73 years ago, Justice John RENOVATING
say same work, same pay, ,
whether White or Negro. Marshall Harlan in his Dissent in
the Civil Rights Cases of 1882 Over Twenty Years of
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ELEANOR ROOSEVELTI said: "It & fundamental in Construction Experiences
American citizenship that there Above are the winners of thej the Women's Union of the church Guaranteed Satoefactlon
had tht great privilege oi shall be no discrimination by baby contest recently held at Mrs. Olivia Gaitor was the;,
listening to Mrs. Roosevelt last the state its officers and Miss Irma Bodie,
or or by Holy Redeemer Catholic Church. chairman ,
Sunday. on my TV. What a great individuals! or corporations exer- They are, left to right, Marque president. The union parents and l aaaQwcJU I >>
and .wonderfulwoman she is! No
cising public functions or auth- Vincent Jcnes, son of Mr. and sponsor of all the babies partici-
artist would say Mrs. Roosevelthas ority, against citizen becauseof I (!)@
the classic features of beauty, his race." any Mrs. Thomas Jones and Hamilton sponsored pating express their sincere ap-
yet her .lace reflects her heart ed Mrs. Florence preciation for the support ,givento NE 5-6171
nbt shown fourth place winner
and mind, and as such, a beauty Dr. Sidney Hook, chairman oi ( )Johnnie Pearsall being them by their many friends
emanates from her features. Her the Department of Philosophy at ,held Little his and relatives. 1121 N.W. 29th Street
qualities Of humanitarianism, New York University, in his new by Richards god-mother spon-third Miami
love of her fellowman, her gentle book entitled, "Political Power sorer, winner.Tess Johnnie-was the Father Thomas Sheedy is the
ness and -goodness are there for and Personal Freedom" says: place son pastor. -
of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Pearsall

all to see. "The in case any against area Negro of public segregation life, I Jr... vouns Patrick Strachan. !-.......-I1/\......IAt w Mt1t\L ---.-. - -
It was interesting to hear hex whether enforced by law seated in the lap of his sponsor,
or cus-
comments upon Russia, FDR, the tom, rests upon simple ethical Mrs. Carolyn Seymour, was 2nd ENROLL NOW IN
United Nations, and her long and principles which are implicit in place winner. Patrick is the son
useful life as a president's wife the Declaration of Independenceand of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Strachan. SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOL

and world citizen. She also spokeof which later guided the adop- The last but not least, the first .
the true values in life, and tion of the Thirteenth and Four- place winner, adorable Edwina For a Life Long Profession
what it meant to be an American teenth Amendments. These prin- Porter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .
It made me think again of ciples cf equality and freedomare Edward Porter. Edwina was Florida's Oldest Reliable and Complete School
the things I !believe in, the thing ,
expressed in the language of sponsored by her grandmother,
I have been :fighting for and .will natural rights but they are best i Mrs. Naomi .Butler who is holding 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue
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continue to do to help bring essential defended in these terms: Negroesare I her. 4-9998
American ideals into part of the human race and The contest was sponsored by
American practice. as such should enjoy the same I
human rights of freedom and the
TRUE VALUES same 'protection of our laws as
any other groups of human beings
Perhaps it was the recent celebration
,
cf Independence in the United States. If slavery -
< Day at
.. well as Mrs. Roosevelt's word was a crime, segregation is
that started me on this specia. the still open and unhealed woundit
line of thought. But I believe left on the body of the Negro.
that no matter what fancy words It bleeds afresh every time the 1&p _
are used to cloud the issue, what pattern is imposed upon him." _

diverse' turnings and detours we _
may encounter along the way, no Practical i 'NursingAt
matter what opposition or intimidation *
threats or harassment, NorthwesternThe -
some values are basic and true. _

new practical nursing classat
Here are a few of them. We
are all Americans. All of us are Northwestern Senior High EIg
governed by one Constitution; School, 7007 NW 12th ave. will ___ t 1 ht
tnorelore the rights guaranteed begin Monday, Sept 14.
Americans belong to all of us, The practical nursing program
regardless of creed at North)western is accredted by .
race, or color. t it 'h ,1
the Florida State Board of Nurs
It
is unAmerican to restrain
an-
other American from exercising ing. Graduates of the program / ( : ;
his rights and responsibilities at are eligible to take licensing examination ; kkic: *

an American citizen;. it is un- those who pass the examination
American to try to stop another are eligible to become
tit
American frcm voting; it is un. licensed practical nurses. .c is,
American to limit another Amer Applicants will be Interviewedon 1J
ican's freedom and liberty thru Thursday between 9-12 noon
the use of 'prejudice and discrimination. and 1-3 p.m. For further-Infor 411i l tl,: ;

It is not only unAmeri mation call PL 4-5491.. _ _ ,. ( ... _ _ _ _ _ _
can to do these things, it is un 'ttiIillhJj
ethical and unjust. But being r : i
Americans, there Is always tho
promise of the principles of liberty For The Highest in _ _ 4 e ia
and freedom and justice becoming 4 Ii'
everyday practice. This If COSMETICSCall
the hope America holds for all of
us; this is what we dream of and
work for. This is America and YUkon 3-5681;
these things will be accomplished
because (we work hard and long "SANDS
for them to come true. Also : ,F

THEY SAID IT Miami Times New.paperSOOTIN'S
; "Carnation baa always been the baby milk in our familydeclares .

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Zenobia Johnson, College Dietitian for 92
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Try us ---- You'll Like us Johnson, a distinguished dietitian This milk is so rich I need no shortening

321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3-1589 at a leading Alabama college, declares or flour for the cheese sauce." .

F More than 25 years of reliable service her favorite dish at home is macaroni Double-rich Carnation in the red-and-

and cheese. "I make it the
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CARNATION EVAPORATED MILK tit melted (1 minute longer).
V& teaspoon salt
I 2 teaspoons dry mustard 2. Pour sauce over macaroni, S
pimiento and
2 cups (about 8 green pepper
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1 together In buttered 2*
Mo process American cheese
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minimum among
:'., fear at a
SATURDAY JULY 18 1959 Negro 'populace.The '
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much of its t
Temple owes
success to Man Jeremiah X of I. yy: .
Temple No. 15, Atlanta, whose .
the aid of t
tireless efforts with ..
Bro, John X' and William X of t .RIV. I" "I'A"A.
Miami, has caused the Temple to '
f grow at an alarming rate. Min. NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
Jeremiah 4s new visiting Miami t
N
give a.series of lectures
beginning Sunday, July 19 at 2 FRIDAY SATURDAY
pan. His topic; "Why Did God !
Make The Devil?"

''":tY' There will be another meeting .
THE, PASSING, SCENE Morley and the former Jean Car Sunday night 8 p.m. at the Ma-
I roll's first'Anniversary Is July 20 sonic Temple, 914 NW 3rd ave
,SCHLITZ BEER has added Its . The"girls out Liberty City Topic: "Let's Explore The Bible.'
third driver-salesman, Edward L I' way will wear King Cotton a The 'public is invited. Admission -
Brooks, recently of Southern I plenty this week. The Jully 17 free. Ocme early and get I
Beverages . The Kenneth I Socialite"' Saving ClUb Cotton good seat.Your ,
Jones (Rosa) have their final de- Dress Ball Is July 24 at the Elks'
cree . The Miami Hostess Club Club on 16th ave.. and the Royal
will frolic at their Second Anni- Social Club is having its on the Vote is Needed -1
Dance 24 at k.-2-'
versary Friday, July 23rd at the same spot.* -w---
the Jim Jam. Robert Jones fur-

nishes the music . Yatma Ba- AND FINALLY Register to Vote! SUSANHAYWARDII
hama, the promising fighter (his
real name's William Butler) will I THE MIAMI W&M Beneficiary -
wed lovely Dorothy Deering at 'Club is really staging a gala affair i
St. James Baptist Church next for you Aug. 2 at its Fashion BUNCHE
Wednesday. The reception will be of Sun and Fun in Fla. at the

at the Sir John Club. Fiesta . My good friend, Dave THEATRE OPA LOGS
Bondu, did a fine job congratu- Tel. NA t.7322
lating Sgt. Nash and the beautiful -
MOONLIGHT BEACH smooch
19th st. and 6th ave laundromat Sun., Mon. Tues. Wed. '
ers will have to find a new spot .c INe'MA 5 cOP: e:
but he omitted naming the "CAT ON A HOT TIN STEPHEN BOYD
now that Virginia Beach is off
Sgt's 'partner, .Officer !Prince CQLQR by DELUXE
ROOF"
limits frcm midnight to five
am
. (Box) Farrington . July birthdays BARBARA NICHOLS to M m+ *.mm mom jiuamomc town I
It's Metro ordinance
Elizabeth
a new TaylorIn
:, 17th, Helen Jones, Yvette lMs!lrn M re+Mn Ir
Clyde Killens has
Cadillac . I like a the new signs green the Nicholson; 18th, Gladys Session, color "GUNFIGHT AT DODGE CITY"In
19th, ILea tha Williams Warren Plus
Crusade for Voters Committee is
Butler Hezekiah Pratt 21 Color Starring Joel McCrea.
putting up in local businessplaces"Don't ; "Hell on Frisco Bay" -
Stephanie Pinder? 22, Lawrence -
talk politics inhere Brown; 23, Ruth Rogers- Starring .Mamie Van Doren
unless '
you
registered
are a .
Robert Bozeman's recent Nassau
MONDAY TUESDAY
SUNDAY "
voter.
,
visit was highly ,impressed. He's
planning return real A_ -
THE SOCIAL WHIRL a trip soon .

WHEN MIAMI I Summer Play. MUHAMMAD I ROBERT TINA The explosive 1

ers present that three one-act RITZ : story of a 1

play card Friday, Aug. 21 at St. SCORES AGAIN TINATArtDRIOUISE co-ed i''f'
Agnes Parish Hall you'll have to
take hats off to Raymond Aranha. (Elijah Muhammad's Miami STARTS \SUNDAY JACK prison! (j'j'h j'r
It's under his direction. Raymondever
Temple of Islam, 615 NW 2nd (.
did love play writing and ave. is officially recorded as "SOME LIKE IT RKEJ1.LO J ) ji ,.;f,
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dramatics since his elementary :
Temple No. 29. This marks the j
schools days. Now a senior dramatics
29th temple of Islam under the HOT"r ,
and speech major at auspices of Elijah Muhammad,
FAMU he has written plays. This Spiritual Leader of the fastest 'Marilyn Monroe THE l HANG/HAN/ :
should be worthwhile
attending Islamic '
growing group, in the
. The Exclusive Ten Social country. Muhammad's strengthlay Tony Cfirtlt .NCTUA(
Club is throwing a Benefit Tea J :
'chiefly in his northern .
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to help the Christian Memorial : -" I
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temples; i.e. Chicago (his national ,_ AuuNp I
Hospital Drive, Sunday, Aug. 9. r ,
? )
"hdq.), Detroit, New York, '
I tunrApnsis
James E. Scott Homes audit will PhiJidelphia Los
,
Angeles. How-
be the tea time scene. . East '
ever, since 1955 he has successfully Air Conditioned
ern Star, Hill's Chapter No. 48, ,started many Temples
is having its beach picnic July throughout the south, the first CAPITOLTHEATRE
26. It's a buck round trip . .The being in Atlanta (No. 15)). Today WEDNESDAY THURSDAY ,
following Saturday (Aug. 1) The Muhammad 'has Temples in i
l Miami Times will entertain its.practically every major city, in 3 Returned by Popular Request

newsboys with a seaside shindig the south including Jackson, Miss Sat. Mldnlte,
I at Virginia Beach Muhammad doesn't give them a Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed. 1

number: until they have at least July 19.20.21.22 '
FRIDAY
TONITE ( )) The Elks nYis PRESLEY
I 200 on roll which is one of the "The
at Liberty Temple are having Hangman"with
incentives that cause ''the' mem-
that wonderful affair, "A Night bers to invite practically every Robert Taylor-plus $ Oitk j'. cift
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in The Bahamas. For reservations one they meet. .
buzz, OX 1.9926 . Ever Of all the southern temples,.Ml. "Black Orchid"Anthony I :. :YitivZRLgy :
heard of a Lemon Sip? Well, the ami has shown the most mete. Quinn .
girls of Beauticians Unit No. 7 oric rise owing to Miami being Y "D"
will tell you more. It's on calen- BOQHt;
dar for Aug. 16 ", The following I
evening the Sunshine Club tr t
-w4wwn..wyr r- wwWUy
of Dade County TB Ass'n's .h,. _-ur a.ah, NVrt rtl llrwisws' .
Moonlight Boat Ride will get 'YOU ASKED FOR IT! Shown. at, 10:30

underway at 8:30: pan. So here it is-A full ONE YEAR )
North's Travel Bureau is headquarters
for that fabulous Bimin] AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE ELVIS PRESLEY BACK ON
I excursion 24. K* nm mtT ni A YU I
Aug. Policy for most people with only
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Elks IT'S Ass'n THE annual BAHAMA meeting. Island It's a SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY

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i. The' stewards and Missionary mother who Is ill. '
',, t Society along /with the pastor I
:Rev. A. H. Harris of Trinity CME I Dale Sharv, son of Alison Shaw
Walter Bowe Church were,. highly entertained ,vacationing In Thomasville,
at the home ,of [Mr. and Mrs. : Ga. with his daddy, grandmotherand
Jimmy Miller of) 419 NW 14th at great grandmother..
The Mt. Zion AME Church of
After the devotion and business
Carver Ranches, West Hollywood session, lovely
a repast (was
held its ground !(breaking ceremonies enjoyed by all. Mrs. Juanita
The Sunday. July 12 at 3 ,pjn Floyd gave thanks on behalf of Gray Hair Wanted!
Rev.
Snead
from Ft. Laud-
the entire gathering for an
en. Man or Woman
erdale
delivered
an Inspiring
Joyable all.
evening shared by
.
message. The choir of Ft. ,Lauderdale WOW YOU CAN LOOK
rendered some beautiful Harry Denny, local real estate 20 YEARS YOUNGER
music. The Rev. D. A. Russell 0'1 ,man who !was injured In the recent with science's newest discovery
Hallandale and pastor of Ward tornado, is now back at Aunt1&Gray: PomadeSay

........... ........ Chapel and 'past presiding elder work. -
GRAY
-- -- ., - also builder of 17 AME churches, goodbyto HAIR with

Uttte Marian B. Frederick hada children making the affair en- was present. The Rev. Greenwichof I Mr. and Mrs. Morris K. High- new pomade... discovery. Apply.
Greater Bethel was'' present simply you would your regular
birthday party Monday night, toyable. smith' of 1036 NW 66th st. are
July 13 at her grandmother'shome Standing in center, Marian !and many ministers.. I happy to have his sister and ural. hairdressing Imparts nat
219 NW' 14th St. given by celebrating age 5 with her sister, beauticians 'brother-in-law visiting with looking color leaves hair
her mother, Gloria G. Frederick, Chair naine, age 3, Thanks 'to The West Holly. them for two weeks. This is their Won't beautifully soft and lustrous.
Shawn are some of the many everyone for coming. wood and Hallandale present another first Florida vacation. The (Visitors rub off, wash out. Non- j
_. style show and dance Mon- Mr. and Mrs. (Roy Trevan, staining, non>oreasy. Col r-1'on.
------------------------------- day night 27 Pomade conditions and
0 July at the Para are New Yorkers. The climax of grooms
dise Club in Liberia Persons Interested their visit ..was .a party in their hslr. No other. hair dressing need
i.amas' in modeling at the show honor at the home of the High- ed. Send only 92.00 (tax ,include
In-Around The please call Mrs. Eleanor Bowe smiths. ed) for full 1ft oi. Reeulti'guar.
I YU 3-9254 or Mrs. Fannie Wil- The Trevans anteed. Introductory off.r''or
much of
By A. H. McKENZIE liams WA 3-9108 Hallandale.The city and said they saw really loved our limited time._ No C.O.D.'s, pNHAIR8HEEN ....
the Magic City. OP MIAMI
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recreation, will end July 24 The lovely Mrs. John- Miami 38, Pic.
Shirley
presented Colonial by Prison His Excellency Medals we the:. Bahamian W. H. ,Maura died ,July a distinguished 13 and was, Thursday exhibit, July from 23 4 to there 6 pm.will The bean son, manager oi Faihionette ...............................................

Governor on July 2 to ,Turnkey buried on the 14th from St. An- public is invited. Mrs. Eastei Beauty Salon will be leaving on This coupon worth 60o 'off ajar
Joseph Edward Wells, his assistant drews Church by Dr. Pitt. Robinson, general chairman, and July 20 for a month's visit to the with clip brought to above ad.dress .
beautiful 'state,,of California. She
; Arthur H. Duncombe and or mailed In.
Mrs.' Dorothy Glover \co-chair '
will be afccompaiued: by her two
Matron Olive '
Winifred Godet Cox Workers of the Bahamas Federation !
i man ,
s Mr. Wells has given more than of Labor went on strike children and hen. sister, Miss ,
30 years on the prison staff. Mrs. July 13, likewise the members of Barbara Walker. {
,Cox served as matron since 1937. the Health Dept. iularcia'and
Mr. Duncombe PLANTS Misses Cassandra
joined the staff to '
Taylor, daughters\ of Mr. and
1940 and was promoted to assistant Paul Bethel is now acting magistrate -
turnkey In 1952. while M. J. Thompson is Fruit trees, flcfwers, shade trees. :Mrs J, Hartman Taylor left for 100
acting solicitor general. :::>ne of the largest variety election ]Nassau last Saturday morning by ,
1; in Miami. Come by and takea ]AA ,to spend four: weeks visitinj
Errol Neymour made his third The House of Assembly sat look. 1 their cousins, Mr, and Mn. ILu USED'
escape from custody and Milton I from 0:30: a.m. to 8 pjm. before ALONZA KELLY I ther McDonald and,, (grandmother:
Williams his second on July 1. passing the Election Bill. The ]1475 NW 67th St. OX 1-0547) Mrs, AnnUk Taylor, plr. Taylor
while being taken from the Fox PLP was defeated in 'all its returned' last Wednesday from 'TVsS I
Hill prison to the Supreme Court ammendments.An I J Nassau,! where he >vent to visit his

on charges of their former es. ,
capes and other offenses., Ney- unmdentified Haitian was 'C } jT.---:: -mT"--\!; "
mour is said to have thrown found dead hanging from a. tree NO
CUr STORE I
BARNEY'S IATE
some sugar which he hid in hit in the ,Southern District July 13 -
pocket, in the face of one of tht ,

police other prisoners(who"was on escorting a truck him to and the Elks to Celebrate The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome MONEY ;;

court. During the confusion that 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
followed, he and Williams escaped HomecomingAtlas DOWN
and took to the woods. '
Lodge and Antlers THE FINEST' PRODUCTS AT CUT RATE PRICES*
Temple celebrate their sixth
Mrs. Ruth Bethel, 34, died at homecoming anniversary. You SUMMER MEDICINE 7'- 13"
the home of her sister,Mrs. Basil and your friends are cordially Father John's Medicine Carduif J Lydia E. Pinkhamj, '
North on July 1 after a long illness invited to attend their anpiver-
She was the wife of Acting sary, Sunday, July 26 Syrup of Black Draught Geritolj{ Sal Hepatica j 1,
Attorney General the Hon. K. G. Miles' Nervine) Super AnahUt Cough. Syrup.
L. Isaacs and eldest child of Mrs. The program will start at 4
Ulllas Bethel and the late Ed- pan. with dinner being served at Open Dally and Sunday 8 a.m. to 10 '...m.
ward Bethel. Other survivors are 7 pan Dancing will start at 10 I
John A. McMinn Owner
Mrs. Ethel Ferguson, grandmother pjn until. ,
a sister, Miss Eunice Bethel; An evening of enjoyment is. ,
three brothers, Mark, Paul and planned for all.;
Clement Bethel. Funeral services'
I The committee: Dt. Lea Fuller
were held at the Central Gospel
Hall that afternoon. Dt. Juanita Rivers, Bro. Jack I ,
r I Robinson, Bro. iRollie Sweeting,
Bro. Edward Taylor, Dt. Willie- 11"o
(Mrs. Teresa Brown, 83, of mae Bullard, Dt. Ruler Velvla
Crooked Island, died on June 25 Solomon, Exalted Ruler Harold HOMES .- DUPLEXES
at female Infirmary of the Prin- HiggJ, chanrman of committee,
. cesa Hospital. George Stuart.
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\ '_ ,r ,' 1836 N.W. 54th StreetFr. New Church '
4 ,:.. E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar
1 1 r Susan Butler, reporterWe .
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,Sunday, July 19 at 4:30: p.m
will begin our summer ser- marks the official opening of St
vices with the following scheduleon Paul's' American Catholic Church

Sunday, July 5 thru the last 2178 NW 62nd st.
Cl Sunday in September.. St. Paul's will ,serve as a mis-
sion, especially to the unchurched -
rdI
me-to SUNDAYS and is in the Archdiocese ol

Solemn Sung Mass and the American Catholic Church of

Sermon..N11................. 8:45: am. America of which the Most Rev
Church School and Bible E. L. Petersen. Is primate. St

Class .....................-....... 10 a.. D. Paul's pastor is the Rev. Fr.

'-.- E. Y. C. Meeting ............ 5:30: pan. !. Lavon Miguel Haithman, B. S.,
ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. Solemn Evensong and BJD. Father Haithman is a graduate

Sermon ............................ P-83 of Fayetteville State Col
I :THE: MIAMI T ES--'Tbe Peoplea' Newspaper" E. D. Richardson, pastor WeekdaysLow lege, Fayetteville, N. C. and St
Minnie T. Copeland. reporter Wednesday mornings Francis
Mass: Theological Seminary,
I PAGE '10 SATURDAY JULY 18 1959
and All Saints Day 6:30: a.m. Chicago: Ill and was a guest
School at 9:30 morn
Sunday : ;
graduate student at Holy Cross
ing worshp at 11 am; Miss. So Last week the summer school Theological Seminary of the
ciety 3 pjm.; evening worship at''had its closing activities. On
BETHANY BAPTIST MT. TABOR BAPTIST Greek: Orthodox Church, Boston
I 7 pm. Monday night "The Wedding of Mass.
3078 N.W. 45th St. Mrs. Lois Hicks, reporter The No. 1 usher board invites the Glads." It was worthseeing; The American Catholic Churchis

Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor NOTE: Visitors are always we) you to its 18th anniversary Sun I'm sure everyone in attendance an American church for Amer-

Sis..Marjorie Shelby, reporter come. day, July 26 at 3 pjm.' enjoyed it. All of the students ican ,people and is the oldest ,of

Sunday School '.......... 9:30 ajn Order of Service Shutins: Bro. Nun, Rev. Smith. participated in the wedding On all non-papal Catholic bodies in

}teoradn, ,Service ............ 11 aoa Sunday School...,...........,11111 9:36 Thursday, 8 p.m. at .the church the United States. She pursues

,BTU ................................ 5:30 pjn Morning worship 11:00) ST. JAMES BAPTISTRev. was Evensong, the closing pro- her way making progress by
Evening Service ............ 7:30 p.m BTU ........................................ 5:30 J. L. Johnson gram and 'presentation of certifi- stimulating many to an interestin
Prayer ,Service, Thurs 7:30 p.m. Evening worship .,.......?......... 7:3Q pastor cates and awards. All students they, Orthodox Catholic Faith
Sunday Services
Church of :Sunday School} ............ 9:30: am received attending the certificate summer and school the Some oil/ the conversions she wit-
EW BETHEL BAPTIST TransfigurationEpiscopal a nesses are remarkable and her
Morning Worship ........ 12:00: ajn most outstanding students received -
1571 N.W. 68th Terrace ( ) BTU ................................ 5:30 pjn awards ,from various de- joys at making them deep. Proudof
Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor 2571 N.W. 152nd Terr. Evening Worsuip ............ 7:30: pjn partments. The handicraft displaywas her name and title, loyal to It,
loyal to her Divine Lord, and
Mrs. 'Hazel Levan, reporter Vent John E. Culmer Visitors always welcome interesting and very attrac- all her
loving men, gates are
in'cbarge 323 N.W. 14th St.
priest tive. Certificates of appreciationwere ,
Last Sunday evening a'' wide open to those who may seek
was
Stanley Sweeting, reporter to the staff and gifts
given her and coming, they will after
great and happy day for New E.
MT. ZION A. M.
Bethel, our pastor was crownedthe Services every Sunday from Mrs. Ella Mae Wyche to the due preparation, be fed with the
most popular pastor with Morning worship 9:30 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. junior counselors who (Iwere so bread of life.Through .

-$3111.M.Tbe' Rev. Rutherford with Sunday School..... 10:30: Opa Locka very faithful in work and at Apotolic Succession,

his members came in second with Our Rev. C. J. JeRkins, pastor tendance. Father Clarke made the American Catholic Church is
the
Venerable
priest-in-charge, all of the presentations.The .
8938. The program was very John 'E. Culmer, rector of Sunday School............... ,,::30 a.m. linked to the Ancient Church of
staff was as follotws: Antioch where the
enjoyable. The St. James choir St. Agnes' Church, visited the Morning worship ............ 11 am Jr. ; diciples were-
Director, Fr. Elisha Clarke first called Christians.
sang beautiful. Our pastor is very Mission last Sunday. He League .... 5 pm
was accompanied i..1..11..1.,111..1.
Bible Wilfred E. handi-
Barry
; Thr Primate
happy over the outcome of tht by Freddie Wallace oi Evening worship ................ 7 pan.CONGREGATIONAL craft Mrs. Ella Mae handicraft present was con-
contest, and I think he will remember Wyche; secrated by the late Archbishop
it for a long time. the Acolyte Guild. Due to the : Mrs. Louise Hunter; McGuire of the African Orthodox
heavy duties placed upon the church music, Mrs. Julie Clarke; Church and Archbishop Patrick
The usher board is (giving a Venerable each Sunday at tht
Df. H. C. McDowell pastorA. recreation, Mrs. Sheba Martin, Gratham Mytham of the Rus-
sale at the home of Miss Alice Mother church, services at the ,
and School Mother Mrs. Beatrice sian Orthodox Church. Arch-
Johnson E. McNeal ,
7159 NW 16th ave., Sat- Transfiguration were scheduledfor reporter
Robinson. bishop Petersen has been Primate
urday night July 18 at 8:00.
: 10:45: a.m. Instead of the usual Sunday was another great day Junior counsellors: Misses since 1934 of the American Catholic -

Rufus Williams is now out of 9:30.: Upon Father Culmer at the Fellowship Dr. McDowell 1 Charlotte Turner, Iva Turner, Church. Under his Jurisdiction
the hospital and is up and around. arrival, an overflow of ,parishioners continued his series of sermons on Viola Sawyer, John Albury and there are two other bishops,
;;Lie is adjusting himself very well. and visitors greeted him. The "The Miami CongregationalChurch Marjorie Hepburn. the Most Rev. Herbert H. Wilkie,

The Rev. J. Monroe of Nassau, group had assembled long before Fellowship." The solo by On Friday the staff gave thee D.D. Auxiliary Bishop. of New
Bahamas spoke for us on Sunday the appointed hour of worship, Mrs. Earnest Crowder and th children an outing to Virginia York his diocese extends from
.!:morning. His text was "Finding so thrilled were they to have him singing of the Fellowship quartet Beach.At vew York to Washington D.C.

...*. Refuge in Christ," which w avery ,s visit with us. added much to the morning ser the closing the attendancewas The Most Rev. Dalrimple, DD. is

soul stirring. vices 113. The school Auxiliary Bishop of Brooklynand
The message' brought to us by was very
our rector was one of the best Sunday the summer music successful. Thanks to everyone Queens and his diocese ex-
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMrs. we've heard in quite some time. classes of Dorsey Junior High who made it a success.. tend; through the New England
School, under our efficient music The States. The American Catholic
Barbara Barrett former All worshippers were loud in St. Elizabeth's chapter ol
':professional discussion, a their praise of his timely and director, William Johnson, will the Episcopal Churchwomen is Church has missions in the Republic
group render music for us. Dr. McDonald of Cuba of which the
leader from Los Angeles, will gratifying remarks. The sermon sponsoring a trip to Haiti on Very
'lead .the 'discussion at the ,Baha'JCenttr was a 'masterpiece. Holy Com will preach" a special sermonon Friday, July 24. Buses leaving the Rev.. Dean, N. A. Derrick of

+ 137 NW 41th ave., Sun-, munion was administered to the "Youth. parish hall, 1701 NW 69th st. at Guantanamo City, Cuba is head.
All friends and visitors always St.
Paul's
; day, ,July 19. Mrs. Barrett was gathering.Our are 8 pjn. Admission $1.00, children, Church at Liberty
welcome withus
to worship City welcomes
50 cents. you and
your
rector brought
;.en executive\ assistant for the 'greetings
each Sunday morning at 11 friends at all of its
from Bishop services whichare
Henry I. Loutltt and
University
Religious Confea'from'
&
end
am. !in the auditorium of the listed follows
the NEW as :
Diocese anent MT.
CALVARY
,1949 to 1954. This organization our prosperity Seventh 'Day .Adventist School,
{cooperated. with the University Their Bayers go with us in all SUNDAYS
50th st. and 25th
ave. Rev
of-California at Los Angeles I Itl endeavors. The rector congratu Lois W. P. Tarpley, pastor Mass ...........?....................... n am.
tl I in the training ol students' to lated Mrs. Colleen Pinder, whose SPIRITUAL BAPTIST Betty Mclrtosh, reporterWe Sunday School.................. 1 p.m.

:speak on panels of religious discussion. youngest son, Rev. Nelson Pin- began another Sunday ''with Vespers ................................ 8 p.m.
der, received his ordination at
Rev. Ernest Hutcheson the Sunday School which THURSDAYS
She acted as a moderator for Church of Incarnation' on,, July 6. Supply pastor conducted at the usual time with was Sacred Heart Novena 8 p.m.

groups of students of many re: Encouraging remarks Perrine, Fla. the superintendent Deacon Na SATURDAYS

llgious, racial and nationality brought relative to the Mission's were thaniel Miller in charge. Morning Confessions ...?..?........... 5:30 pjn.
The Junior choir of,, our church
backgrounds; traveling throughout May we expect
; devotion was conducted you Sunday
future. The [Episcopal Women of by Deacon ,
well the direction. of
<
tfae "country. for the purpose the Church of the Transfigura sang tinder O. J. Smith The Junior choir July 19 at 4:30: p.rn7
Sister Ida their direr
Ferguson
oi setting similar panels in ,
up furnished
tion were lauded for their work music for the day
.. other 'Universities. done in the Mission. Services tor. The attendance of this choir Usher Board No. 2 was on duty. ST. FRANCIS XAVIER
1tr Barrett's subject will be was the largest thus far. This wasthe .Morning
; Sunday will be held at 9:30: ) am message was delivered N.W. 4th Ave.
morning service. 16th
"Some Solutions to Religious by Dr.Yaeger. The pastor delivered and Ten-
I !Problems.", Tea {will be served at FIRST UNITARIAN Our Sunday School children the message for the closing Phone FR 9-1424
i 6 par followed''by the discussionat are looking forward to a treat oi of the day. Revival services MASSES "
On candies which will be given them will Daily........1..11..1.?........ j im
7. 'Everyone, is invited to par- Saturday, July 18 at 7 pjm. be conducted by Rev. R. L. Pool
Sunday..
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the Coconut Grub Club will havea ,. by Sister Margaret Rolle, a mem er of Dublin, Ga. beginning July 7 a.m. & 8:30: i.m

ST.:MATTHEW AMEZ covered dish supper and program ber of the church next Sunday 2028. We are asking that you

at the home of Mrs. Evelyn morning. please come out and hear this
IBM 'N.W. Bth Ave: S. Ross, .2321 Tger Tall Court The message for Sunday night great man of God.Register Build up your social) prestige

Rev., Daniel; Pridgen, pastor Coconut Grove. was delivered by the supply pas' Learn to dance at
Rer. W. 'T. Thomas, pastor tor who took as his subject, The
Phone. NE 5.1618 The Rev. Walter C. Jolly, guest Itch Man and Lazarus. Oon Strachan's Dance Studio

Service every' Sunday minister at the First Unitarian Sister Viola Darling extended Today! 7168 NW. 16th Ave PL 78766
1460 N.W. 59th St. Church located) on Dixie Highhvayat welcome. Sister Essie May Black

Sunday School........... 9:30, a1 m, .SW 29th road, will speak on gave a musical selection and Sister
Morning Service ..?....?.. 11 a.m. the subject "Out of Despair" on Ida Ferguson sang a solo at
Evening Service ...??. 7:30: p.m. Sunday, July 19, 11 am night. '

Sunday School ................ 9:45: aim, You are always welcome.FRIENDSHIP .
Morning Worship ............' 11 am I GRACE PRESBYTERIAN AT SECRET
BAPTIST
THAN BAPTIST 14 th Ave. and Oflth Street LAST NUMBH1V

Sunday School ..;.._... 9:30 am Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor

Sister' Marjorie Shelby reporter Morning Service ............ 11:00 a.m. Marie Alford, reporter They can
Susday was another high day Westminster Fellowship &:00 pm t be sold-
-beginningwith Sunday School Evening Service 8 pan Sunday School cane to order yes these
with the superintendent Deacon at the usual time with the Supt. a two max--

hicks; in -charge. MT. HERMON A. M. E. Deacon J, Ross in charge. I I ing books. .
Eleven o'clock service with the Devotional services for ,the ,, The titles
,Rev. Smith delivering the wonderful Opa Lock morning were led by Deacons ,. ;. only par. .. Iv .

: mesage with the No. one Rev. Samuel Gay, pastor Smith and McCloud. ( dally ex. [GOOF EY
choir rendering the music. !Rev. Paul Freeman delivered <<'' pcontentes. 'SPENCERNOW
ta-rU'nvill Our first annual Fellowship the morning Text ..
begin this Sunday message.: : St. "U But the
with Sister Addle B. Pierce in Day was held. The amount '(of Luke 15:14, "A Wasteful Young 1 ? les alone tit : &
:
$233 was raisedRev. C. J. ten Man. ;

charge. The s
pastor in
was charge can not be _.__ .
kins and ,
of the, evening service who delivered Rev. J. Washington fThe evening message (was delivered -- = gin to
were guest speakers. by Rev. Lang St. Matthews rt-
a very powerful and Inspiring veal to you .
; message, "The Miracle on On Monday July 20, Rev. 26:14. I the facts of why you may not be able to win. Yes between these
:fine Jericho Road." Macon and his congregation will The evening devotion was led pages you will learn the secret of how the astrologists get their
We are inviting all to attend worship with us. by Deacon A. Wise and Bro.I winning numbers. You may find out for the first time why you have
:our--services and meet our pastorWESLEYAN Our pastor celebrated his birth Smart. The junior choir had failed to catch anything by speculation on stocks and bonds Cuban
n4lif,, day. (He received many gifts from charge of the morning worship' and other forms of numerology! These' books tell you what to do to.
the members. and the No. 1 choir had charge get on the winning track often! You can not afford to be without
"'Yi4 "JTY Sunday ,will be baptism day. A of the evening song service. Th these, books for the very low price of only $5.00 for both. This may
cordial welcome to all visitors ii No. ,4 usher board bad charge of be your chance to make a killing and say goodbye to bills and money
; George E. Johnson extended. the day's work. worries forever.
Rev pastor Tell your friends only after you are on a better road
Xlri. ''Phyllis Andrews, report Coming Events: The city-wide to success. Be the first. Order yours today.

Sunday School "__....._.. 9 aj& mission will meet at Friendship Send to
Horning' worship -......?..11OC: Join The NAACP Sunday, July 19 at 3:30. The pub' JAMAICA CANDLE SHOP 6664 N.W. 18th Ave.
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Rev. Aaron D. Hall, pastor S. A. Thomas, pastor *
set at Northwesternorthwestern SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1959 PAGE 11
Ernestine
(r L. Hambrick, reporter D. B.. reporterA

/ Senior High has Sunday was Woman's Day at very delightful day was spentin
chosen as the site lor the Ebenezer. The women of the Christian activities and ser A CALL TOREPENTANCE where we met thee Lest out
coming Christian seminar of church /worked hard to make vices at
very Mt. Sinai on July 12. A hearts drunk with the wine of
vah's Witnesses, July 24-26. the day a successful one, and successful two week Vacation the world we forget thee; shad
his announcement was made that they did. The Waysde Guild Bible School Friday, July 10. The owed beneath thy hand, May we
.lie by Bennie Crump, presid- of St. Agnes Episcopal Church, commencement was held Friday By Rev. Ernest Hutcheson Jr.I forever stand. True to our God
minister of Miami's West the Willing Workers of Mt. Ta- night. It is amazing to see how True to our native land.
it. He sad that much work was bor Baptist Church and many children will work when they are wish to express my personal
essary to have a successful other visitors worshipped with us. encouraged just a bit. The exhibition regret .for the, unfortunate prac The race that has producedDr.
gram. He also stated that the Mrs. Maggie Scott, teacher at L. of their activities, was tice which we find so prevalent Martin Luther King, Dr: i
sembly theme will be "Be a C. Evans Elementary School delivered wonderful. Some of their work around the streets of our fait Ralph Bunche, Dr. Gardner C.
cher of The Good News" bas- a very inspiring message books and other article are still city. I am referring to the disgusting Taylor, Dr. Booker T. Washing-
on 2 T1mothy2:12.. during the morning worship. The at the church. We hope the parents constant cussing ,and tonetc. should from hence ,forth
special has been ar- entire congregation expressed of these children will let swearing and the using of out measure up to its highest destiny
ied for Saturday program night. It will having enjoyed her message im them come and get their belong Lord's name in van. What is even -' the destiny of the human:
mensely. ings. .The children really want worse, there are !people who usea family which is the surrendering
ude the showing of the
"new their work, all they need is your CUM word to the name of God : of our hearts, souls and lives
.tchtower Society's film 1958 The Pastor's Aid Board of theChurc'h This and sinful ,
permission. Do let those who unnecessary thing to Him in repentance and ace p.'
the Will International As- invite you to attend its were absent Friday night and should be brought to an Ixnmed- tance as our Lord Jesus Christas
, >ly. This film was taken atYork's tea on this Sunday, July 19 in the Sunday, come and get their attendance late end by those who do it. our Saviour and Redeemer
famous ball stadium social hall of the church. from 4 certificate. Amen.
Why is it that usea
people never
ee Stadium and the Polo to 6
pm.
Minds. It will show how 254- The Vacation Bble School begins Sunday 'was Junior Church cuss word to the devil's name,
MO persons met for Christian at Ebenezer Monday 9 ajn. Day, so beginning in Sunday but: make it a habit of profaning
orshlp. School, which was well attended the name of God who holds their
to 12
noon daily through Friday
lives in His hand? J. B. SMITH
ther highlight of the as- July 24. Parents are urged to every activity was interestingand
[ieifctoly will be the (widely adverted send their children each day. Feeis very informative pertaining Another thing, God's name ELECTRICSERVICE
lecture "A 'Paradise Earth 50 cents. to the different departments of should not be used in vain.
[Through God's Kingdom." Some6w the school. The review of the Even some church people get
persons are expected to at- Let's all go on the straw ride lesson by the pastor is always in the habit of using His Holy
L AU sessions are open to thefcablic on Monday night, July 20 sponsored good and nstructional. name, when it is absolutely un Electrical Contractor
and are treed by the Women Society of necessary. This is a sin. HOUSEWIRING"Don't
service. The morning !worshipful service Here in Miami we find no happiness

It. Pleasant Methodist You are urged to pray for and including the rendition of in seeing our people stag..- cuss Call us"
visit the sick. They are Mrs music, the sermon delivered by gering upon the streets drunk.
[2170 Washington. Street Sara Clarke, Mrs. Pauline Brown the pastor was very enjoyable. James Weldon Johnson the PHONE OX 1-3626
Opa Locka and Mrs. Maedon Bullard. Theyare Parents, see that your child or great Negro leader once warnedour
all at home. chldren attend services regularly. people never ,to forget the Night or Day
'e
second Lay Retreat for Remember they must be encouraged goodness of God. "God of our
'ItMft'i,conference year for the fol- There will be infant baptism (while they are growing weary years. God of ur silent
j.wIn charges: Kelly's Chapel, and reception of members at the up. Later habits are formed. tears. Thou hast brought us thus
..LIIII tty City; Mt. Pleasant, Mt 11 a.m. service.
far on the way . Lest our feet
The service renderedby
evening
Lafcjftfti. Hallandale, and the Meth. Join TIle NAACP
stray (from the path our God
the usher board chorus and
churches
i in Deerfield and M1. CALVARY BAPTIST
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Ward No. 12. Deacon J. D. Allen .
PfMiJ>ano Beach, was held at Mt.
Pleasant Sunday, July 1 at 3 pjm.iWiUT Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor was good and very inspira -
associate Lay Leader R. S. Phyllis Myers, reporter tional. The gospel message: was
f:Jackson conducting the class and rendered in song. OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU,
[District Lay Leader, T. L. White "Seek good and evil, that ye
You cordially Invited to
are
may live: and so the Lord, the LEADING COLORED
fofiWest Palm Beach, assisting SEE THE SOUTH'S
worship at Mt. Sinai time.
any
God of hosts, shall be with you.
line
pOne in this lesson stood
You are welcome.
toutfabove We began another Sunday with PSYCHIC READERLet
"God
everything, is the
owner the Sunday School which beganat '
of all things. Man is a
the usual hour with Deacon
[Steward. God's ownership and TROUBLED LOVE i_ I
Mann in charge. The lesson for
[Man's Stewardship" ought to be the morning was "Decisions Determine I Instructions followed. Strictly
[acknowledged. MONEY PROBLEMS
Destiny" which was reviewed S
M can truthfully say that be- by Rev. Chalk. sAt I'll help Solution available If
fore this meeting was over God's personal,
[Stewardship truly had been .ac. 11 asm. the devotional ser JOHN WAM8TEKERD
knowledged, because these good vice was conducted by Deacon 15
people that were present had dos Smith and Junior Deacon Ste. Dept. 15, Box 10
ll nated so freely and warm- phens. The music for the morn Ottory, Cape, South Africa
heartedly and with such true ing was furnished by the junior
faith in giving to the service of choir. Then Rev. Henderson, a
;mankind until without any visiting minister delivered a
,, doubt, God's ownership and great sermon topic "How Long"
man's stewardship were truly taken from I Kings 1821.: LOTS FOR SALE

acknowledged.I At 5:30: we had BTU with the Corner 150 :x 120
R. S. Jackson, wish to thankall
director i iq charge. We had a I
of. wonderful Build lot
you membersand on your
short quiz about! the Bible which
friends of Mt.
Pleasant foi
conducted Sis. Mattie
the splendid way in which you Gray.was by or mine my years of Experience guide and protect yon through

have helped me in this worldly guides the ship in a storm
Sunday the devotional service We take care of financing Life as a Lighthouse
cause. When I think of the way
you all worked with me to make !was conducted by Sis. Kelly and NO MONEY DOWN WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE :RID
:Katherine Stephens. The music
this meeting for the a success board of and Lay contributed for the night was furnished by Cash paid for your lots or For Success in Business And Love
the male chorus. Rev. C. Brown
activities tears HER
of CONSULT
Joy fill my homeSEYMOUR'BARON -
eyes and I wish to thank each preached another great messagefor .
one of you a million times. Mrs. the day, subject "Sin Will You can now have your home made happy
Rosa, Lee Lonon, Mrs. Marie Bring You Down," taken from Get and Hold the position you so long'wantedDon't

Metts, Rev. William Mack Mrs. Luke 15:11.: JE 8.1340 Stay In the rut, get out now
Let remember thesick and
Miriam Johnson, Mrs. Elizabeth those us in need of help. Visitor Licensed. and 'Insured, Builder By the help of God she"Can: help you
Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Williams, Miss Ester Jackson, are worship always with welcome us at any to come time.and Remove evil Influence, if you are: sick, worried: or la
Mrs. Francis Whitehead, Bro. T. trouble
L. White, Mrs. Arlene Dixon and
It will pay you to call and Me this Gifted Medium FirstWbere
Mrs. R. S. Jackson.
After a successful meeting, re. thousands come yearly for help and adrlo> you too can
freshments were served on the WANTED, be touched by this strange mysterious power

premises by Mrs. R. S. Jackson, +
concluding a very swell evening. WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe
Visitors are welcome to our EASTERN STAR' OR MASONor same Ood who delivered Mosss and the children of Israel

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Sunday School ...........-... 9:30 am. the troubled seas of life Let not him that is blind lead yea or

Morning worship ............ 11 am. EARN GOOD MONEY you stumble with him.
Evening worship ............ 7:30 pm. .. Do you doubt the existence of things because you eaaaot ...
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" IN MEMORIAMIn Friday?:and at- 6 pan. he will be
t' ." taken home where he will lie in
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1959 loving memory of our Beloved DEATHS repose until Funeral time.. Services -
,
husband and father, will be conducted on July

....._....._--.."..........__...>..........__ ........ '. . I i 18 'at 1 p-m. at Mt. Zion AME
'.- \"'. "" Church with Rev. Jenkins offi-
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I CARDS MEMORIALS t\J.F : / "" : 'catintf. Burial in Lincoln Memo-
: Range
; .. . Tial, Cemetery.' v rv '!';'.;;o
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.' Thomas Graham of 1653 NW
'z NW 14th 'place, apt. No. 2 died in
Jackson
5th ct. died in Hospital)
CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS _ Paravilla Convalescent Home on ,July 13,. Mr. Graham came

'I'hefamily of the late !'M rs. The family of the late, if < ; Friday, July, 10.Rosa She Lee is Williams survivedby ovate. 50 years ago from his native
NICHOLAS HADLEY ,. a daughter North Carolina. Among his survivors -
Mary E. Seymour wish to take MR. OlIver Mr. :
this method of thanking their take this method of expressing and a son, Slaughter at the are 5 sons, Thomas Jr.,
I will lie in
(friends and neighbors for their. our sincere appreciation' and ,. ,, Robinson, at repose Friday John, James, Joseph and Nathan
noon
many kind gestures of sympathy, gratitude to cur many friends :for '*..t4. chapal beginning July 18 at 9 ajn lei; three daughters, Elvina Kelly
during their recent bereavementYour ., their kindness and sympathy f... o On Saturday, Lenora Payne, and Mildred Ricks
at
cards, letters, telegrams,, shown us in our hour of.. bereavement : .', { she will ""be placed Church in repose until Mr. Graham will lie in repose in
New Mt. Calvary
flowers and loaning of cars all Thanks for the cards,, > Rev.Geonje the chapel. beginning at noon on
services at 4
.
helped make our burden lighter. telegrams and floral pieces. ;,4 k fc; funeral will pjm.officiate Friday On Saturday morning 7 .
... \ Tarpley o'clock he will be taken to his
Special thanks to the Rev. II.McNeal Our special thanks to the Rev ; Burial in Evergreen Memorial. ) home where he will lie in repose
Harris and congregationof C. J. Jenkins) of Mt. Zion AME > Cemetery ,,Qf until funeral time. Services will
St. James ME Church, and the Church, the Stewards and Stew- r be conducted at St. Paul AMF
Range Funeral Home for Its knd, ardesses, the No. 1 and 2' choir's, John Grant ,Williams of 2274 Church on Saturday, at 1 pan
courteeous and efficient service the wonderful friends of Magnolia NW 75th St., died in Jackson'Memorial with Rev. Washington officiating
May God blesseach and every Gardens, the No. 21 Pal] Hospital on July 11. His ,Burial will be held In Lincoln'
one of you.Charlie. Bearers of America, the Rich survivors are a daughter, Fran-: Memorial Cemetery.
Seymour and Family ardson 'Funeral Hcme for its un cine Mobley and several grand- .
service. God bless children. Chapel services will be
tiring May you MBA ;w;VN.w.:YJGY':':Yr: :
[ of Thanks all. conducted July 18 at 4 pan with Francis . .
xpression
The Bereaved Family BENJAMIN BULLARDIwho Elder Isiah Cohen officiating.
H We, the family of the late died July 21, 1953. Burial will be conducted at Evergreen Funeral services for Miss Mil-
.. Gone, but not fongotten. Memorial Cemetery. dred Mims of 5344 NW 30th ct.,
'v. -" IN MEMORIAMIn
r.1:.: .. ) Mrs. Alice Bullard, wife who died July 10 (will be con

loving memory of the late, And Family Sonny Hayes cf 840 SW 8th st. ducted Saturday, July 18 at the
RFC. ROBERT A. DEAN Florida City, died in Dade County Temple Baptist Church with the
who gave his life in the serviceof Hospital( on July 11. He is sur- Rev. L. A. Thompson officiating,
M his country in Seoul, Korean IN vived by a brother, John Hayesof Miss Mims is survived by her
) r July 18, 1953. MEMORIAMIn Greenville, 'Miss. Funeral arrangements parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry'

3 fit. a t i iI1r (May he .rest in (peace and may sad ,but loving memory of are incomplete. Mims and other relatives. Interment
light perpetual Shine upon him my father, will be held at Evergreen
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aX. 6Y The Dean Family Joseph Ray, three year old son Memorial Park.
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ray of

4 w. IN MEMORIAMIn 3342, Memorial NW 53rd Hospital st., died on in Jackson Sun- IN MEMORIAM

sad, ,but loving memory of day, July 12 following an acct In sacred and loving memory
my dear son, dental burning which occurred on of our dear mother and grand.
.6J WILLIS BURNHAMwho June 30. Besides his parents he mother.
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departed this life July 11, ta., Is survived by a twin brother MRS. ANNA MAC WOODS
1951. Funeral services were conducted who departed this life July 17
.
Gene, but not forgotten. May July 14.James. N 1958.

Jdr he rest in !peace. Jr Her .great love, devotion, sacrifices -
Florence Burnham, mother'And Wooten of 2215 NW and companionship will

f 'Family .:: 166th st., Opa Lokca, died in never be< forgotten May she rest
w tIN Jackson Hospital on July 13. He in

,. j MEMORIAM fIn : 'Si,1' Is survived by a son, Freddie peace.The FamilyAdvertise
r Wooten Sr., a grandson, Freddie,
memory of our loving father Jr., three sisters and ttwo broth.
'" MR. THOMAS 'WILUE GRANT F ers. Mr.' Wooten will He in reposein It Pays!
MARY MAJOR ,who departed this life July 12, -the chapel beginning at noon
I
wish to extend our thanks to the 1958. ,
many friends, relatives and Sleep on and take your rest, .
Neighbors for their ,kind gestures We love you but God loves yod I /
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qf sympathy in our hour of be.avement. (best -
Daughters: , ,,
Thanks to those who \ d x
sent (beautiful /florals, cards, telegrams Mrs. Marie G. Smith,
offered the use of cars andrher' Mrs. Louise G. Davis 1 '
kind deeds. Mrs. Rita G,. King yxY;' . ,71IMU UttytilJ and nee el er4'
Mrs. Frances G. Porter NORMAN B. ROMER '
Special thanks to Range Fun- Granddaughters: who 'departed this life on July
erll Home: for its (kind and effi- Mrs. Jaoqulyn J. Comer 10, 1956. -

cient services rendered; the .. Mrs,. Th.eresa6G, Taylor Gone, but not forgotten. May
pastor, officers and members of Great*grandson: ... he rest In peace.
First Born Church ,God; and to everyone lor every-
thing. May God bless all of you IN MEMORIAMIn "
*4* The Barkley, Chlnn and IN MEMORIAM

1 Major families'. loving memory of our dear
In loving memory of our friend
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Mary's M. Church ando
& .who, assisted in the comfort- TRANSFERFor O Free Electricity .
.Fneral service. 0 Free \Vater
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Surely it has been an hour ofreal quick, dependable O Free Store ,

trial, but through the (grace Service O Free Refrigerator
f God.and the many kindhearted
ersons,' . the cross was made Phone OX 1-9163 I Newly decorated, attractive A Fact to Consider When Selecting a Funeral Home

Sat lighter 7 to'Ctmty bear.Family .. 1742 N.W., 67th '$t. : 'I furniture MANKER

'.. Specializing in furniture ;4190 NW'32nd'' Ave. FUNERAL HOME

11.\1 .11 II I moving \ ", ,_.' _0 6701 N.W.'," 15th Ave.'" OX 1.9151 -. PL 7-7038-
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.. NOTICE THE MIAMI TIMES-'Th* People Newspaper1.,
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You are'cordially.invited to attend
the 13th anniversary pro- SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1959 PAGE13
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gram of the Liberty Saving Club.

on Sunday afternoon, July 19 at -'It .;.,
3.30: o'clock at St. Mary's Wes-
leyan Methodist Church, 1609 NW RUPTURED .
5th court., I

You can be,FREE from TRUSS SLAVERY. New Noa S rgtt4c4

STOP! LOOK) Painless Office Treatment. LOW COST. NO LOST TIME.\A 1.

And be Beautifulat At .
the Piles .,Rectal Dlaeuee DR. LONG'S' CLINICS -

t e A General Health Service '
.. NUWAVEBeauty

Toasters, irons, fans electric 1 N............................................ Salon Reducing 21 S.W. IBth Ave. FIl 2748

ranges, and all small appliances Houses For SaleI 1743 N.W. 54th St.

repaired atDRAKE'S Marcel and Finger WavingAll 'L '
now have several very nice 2 ,,..
7612 NW 22nd Avenue and bedroom homes in the new the I latest styles

Phone OX. 16912WANTED Orchard...Villa area Call me now Serving White clientele also PIANO SICK?
.9Ii as".J for a good deal. Some as low as Call OX 1.9702

.J $1,000. down payment. Mrs. C. Greene, Prop. p
"' SEE WM. PINDER Sr. I
CALL, E. ..HARRY. DENNY' ,
DOMESTIC HELP, day,workers, 1
PL 7-8250 '
$7.00. Also office help. Apply FOR PROFESSIONAL PIANO A
Build .
social'
Aloha and AAA Employment 480 HIALEAH DRIVE up your prestige
Agencies, 423 NE 1st ave. Phone Learn to dance at AND ORGAN SERVICES N

PR 3-9813 or FR 1-4448. Jull8 The Keyes Co. Don Strachan's Dance Studio
TU 7-7441 fIT. 1935 N.W. 153rd St. :
SERVICE
RETIRED Lady, companion toM ." ..... 7168 NW. 16th Ave PL 7.8766 \
,> *r1v lady. Beautiful front MU 8-3770 "
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room free No duties: Call OX
1-1690. I .
FOR RENT '
FOR SALE I -

ROOMING HOUSE. Suitable for Nine furnished efficiencies LIDRIVER'S
beauty salon with separate living! LICENSE '

carters on busy 62nd st. 1172 Excellent location 27th Ave. and 56th St. area
NW 62nd st. Indl ,.
I
Very clean. All convenience Reasonable rates BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONI'O'gERR'Y'S j
BY OWNER. Investors dream '
corner, make offer, CBS 7-room *
house, 2 duplexes, ideal trans- Call FR 4-8398
portation, shopping, 7TO' NW 55tb j
Terr. MU 1-3414. I LUTHER O. CAREY, 1958 N.W. 3rd Ave. MAGIC, CITY DRIVING SCHOOL I:

LOT. Size 50x140 In Carver Ranches I FR 4.7756 l
(West Hollywood). A nice
key lot, next to corner. Cash or '11I 1453 N.W. 6th Avenue ,, ; f
t'tl. :.
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terms If terms, small ddwn pay-

merit. MU 51322.f,;.T "' x:111it1" ;; I Ji tS"-The Best People Live at . .. I'" .

MISCELLANEOUSRadio _... "
$3.75, ,fan $1.50, TV (was *
ATLANTIC MANOR 'GARDENAPARTMENTS
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$300 now $48)) refrigerators $9 Do \you own property in the Bahamas

steve $7.50, socks 5 for $1., shoes if
$1.95, ladies dresses 28c, ladies Would/you like to sell-or buy?
skirts 18c work clothes Vi price!
Transitor radios, watches, electric
irons 95c (also see bargains in \. WRITE TO ."'
furniture in our new annex)' )

Open Sundays til 1 pm. 32nd Ave. and 42nd St. Northwest REALTY"P.O.
RUMMAGE, 1346 NW 3rd-' 'Ave' .. I ; SANDS
UN 53157. *

FOR. RENT Box, 1147 Nassau, Bahamas,I.. .

We have choice 1 and 2-bed- .,
rocm apartments' for rent 'with -,
stove and refrigerator, 2945 NW NOW RENTING !I
46th st. Bus No. 24 passes door.
Phone HI 82639.
FARRAN'S! PALMISTRY STUDIO

$17 ,PER refrigerator WEEK, and 2bedroomstove water 1 and" 2 Bedroom Apartments Madam Farran, life 'reader, adviser,

free. Also furnished one-bedrooms Houses Stores born with power Mme Farran la nationally
844 NW 70th *t. Phone NA 1-69S3. known, highly recommended. ;

indf Mme. Farran, the wonder lady of Miami, r.; .i ;,
Brown Sub Coconut Grove
Donn has returned to help you ,with your per.
you want a quiet apart .
ment, .quiet surroundings and a Liberty City Downtown aonal probleme.
good neighborhood to live In?
Rev. S. H. Bowles has a very Are you unhappy Does bad luck' aeem ''
nice 1-toedroom apartment 'at WILSON RENTAL AGENCY, Inc. to follow you? Are you discouraged, sick a,
1851 NW 1st court., apt. 3 Only or In distress M",?.. Farran removes. evil

$15.to-date Practically dwelling.new Clean modern Christian, up- 1307 N.W, '3rd Ave FR 40116Perrine Influence. Reunites the separated. Turns failure* Into fcucceee,

family with children accepted.Call health and happlneee. Phone NE 4-3267 for appointment

FR 4-4079.C. Wallace Dunlap, July25 agent, I Take Buses 15 or 24 4600 N.W. 27th.,Are.

If you cannot come send 2 one dollar bills with stamped,

ROOM 6807A NW 7th court.: .addressed envelope for your Solar Horoscope. M2S
Wallace McCall. '

,... Area
STORE in downtown area __
Nice for good business in heavy ,
traffic center. Located 1460 NW "
3rd ave. Apply Bonded :Collection :

I Agency 1163 NW 3rd ave, ,or CLOSE TO U. S. NO. 1 HIGHWAY JAMESS
call FR 3S416.FURNISHED .
s.f qd(A AJi "

-ter weekly rooms. $8. O & We STORE

single, $10 double. Mae's GuestHouse
NOW! "Sir Save a Lot" Store-NOW!
2170 Washington St., Opa 6l; RENTAL UNITS
Locka. Phone MU 1-3619. ju25 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481

2-BEDROOM House furnished.NA .
1-7381.. Gross Rents $4,200 Watch For Advertisements in Miami Herald too!

FIRST ON GLASSWARESale
FURNISHED ,ROOM In Opa on Thur., Fri, Sat., July 23-24-25
Locks, corner 22nd ave. and Approx. Per Year
,
Sales Limited
152nd terr. Near bus stop. Cooking ( )

privilege, gas electric. ,$8.50- 9I/a oz. Drinking Glasses, 8 for .................................................... 63o

10.50 weekly. Call, Mrs. Jackson, UVE IN ONE-RENT THE OTHERS 8 oz. Water Pitchers, each ...........................?..*.................:....... 3o2Jo
MU B-8078.
3 patterns to choose from

J Job Opportunities BE YOUR OWN LANDLORD 12 ox. Ice, Tea 01....., '6 for ...........................?,.......................

the 6 oz. Fruit Glasses, 10,for M.....-..........-,.-..-..............r11 11...........? B3oMo
For
information regarding 7*plec. Orange 'Juice. Beta, set ................................................._ .'
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following Job opportunities contact ;
.PRICEISRIGHT.I. .
H. Allen Wbeatley ,of the \' ,, ,' !' 7*pi.ce Tomato Juice Sets, set _...................x........................... ISo

Urban League or call FR 16476. ,. ; :j 0; .:_4_:M ,. Large JAlh Trays. 4 for ........................................N..................Nl.'".

Medical secretary I trainee, J' I' )f' 64 oz. Large 'Water Bottle, each ........_.................:.._........,t 24iL
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Medical ,Secretary I, Bridge Repairman -
Playground ,Instructor, PHONE MARTY FONTANA : EXTRA, EXTRA SPECIAI- '-piece pink or Turpuolie'Rlpplewear l': m

Engineering Draftsman I, Civfc Luncheon Dishes Seta, set ....-,.. If' 1

Engineer I, Welfare Interviewer, FR 9- 1001 or TU 7-4386 NEXT BIO SALE ON SCHOOL SUPPLIED Mot1*.
Stenographer -
Operator, Messenger, "".P
GS-2, 3.and 4f Typist I
Medical steno Communications 50 N.E. 25th St. Miami, Fla.

GS-1, 2' and 3, Clerk I, 'StU A .
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper" LAKE PLACID . Registration may be obtainedby EAL Social Club '
visiting the Carver Branch
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1959 100 BOYS SET FOR, YMCA at 5770 NW 15th ave. or The E.A.L. Social Civic Club.
calling OX 6-0231. The YMCA Is
I contributed '$16 ;worth of
'I YMCA CAMP groceries
"I 'I member of the United
II" 1" a agency
to the home for the aged at
America's At the YMCA Camp in Lake. Fund. 15965 NW 22nd court Bunche
West Placid, Fla., a hundred lads will Park. Mrs. Lucy Wright is in
Key Southernmost City solve the problem that Is still NOTICE charge. '
eluding older, wiser men over at t rrhe membership wishes to express -
Will the winner of the first their most hearty appreciation
I I' I 'I I I 'I - - - - - - ---- Cape Canaveral. While the -
scientists fret over haw to get prize, a lovely bedroom suite to our many relatives and
CROWD ATTENDS Liberty Temple out of this world, the boys wlL 1 which was awarded May 2 at the friends in our current barbecue
ORDINATION ,RITES already be, beginning August 22. May Festival .of Holy Redeemer sales every Saturday at Lynch'
They will be Jn a world filled please come and 'claim it. The Service Station, 5001 NW 32nd
'More than 500 friends turned Dt. Elks Enjoy with hot dog roasts, ;games,. name .on the ticket is John Evans. ave. Our civic program will Improve -
out Saturday, July 4 to witnessthe swimming, hiking, exploring . .'.I The ticket number is 9582. Anyone in the near future. Your
ordination of Samuel Jonathan
of Great SessionOn a couple of planets away from knowing a person by this contributions were for a worthy
Brown to the deacoiiship
name, please have him contact
city streets and heat waves rico cause.Thomas
nation the Episopal conducted Church. by The the ordi-Rt. Tuesday evening, July 7, cheting from. plate ;glass to con the parish and present his stub. O. 'Wright, reporter
was 51 daughters attended their crete. If the prize is not claimed short
Rev. Henry I. Louttit, bishop of all to claim the
meeting when eight candidateswere ly rights same
the Diocese of South Florida at That's not exactly what the will be forfeited. Drive Carefully
St Peter's Episcopal Church of initiated and one daughter Canavera{ fellows had in mind .
which Fr. John Henry !Reece Jr., re-instated. but it's quite enough to make it
is the vicar.It Very beautiful was the cere- the best of all possible words for
mony and beautiful: music was the Miami YMCA campers\ on the
was a most impressive cere- rendered throughout the eveningby banks of Lake Grassy a coupleof
mony. Among the many out of Daughter Usula Hlggs. At the miles out of Lake Placid in FOR SALE
town guests who attended the close of the session, the Daughter.. central Florida.
ceremony was his mother, Mrs, Deputy Marie White, asked that I There ,will be boys between the :
Ruth Williams of Now York ana all officers form a IIhe (with the ages of seven and seventeen wno
his aunt, Mrs. Olga (Bradford of Daughter Ruler leading and the will enjoy this wholesome ex-
Jamaica, X*. I.. Mr. Brown left subordinate members In the rear perience. Your lad should be a
To Close Estate
Sunday to take up his first chargeat They were presented /with a part of this number.
St. Augustine's Episcopal beautiful pen, which was leftover The staff Includes
Church in St. Petersburg. ifrom her annual party. The director camp camp
director 10
table was beautifully decoratedand program ,
Mrs. Yvonne Pander Sawyerand a delicious dinner was served senior counselors, 8 junior counselors

children spent a short vaca- prepared by the various head ,counselor full time business nurse, dletltlcian,, Beer & Wine Businesson
\ tion visiting -her mother, Mrs daughters and candidates. Much waterfront director! and manager three
Rowena Pinder, 210 Olivia St. fun end laughter throughout the I cooks.
They returned to their home in evening.
The is located 150-
camp on a
evening.West Palm Beach last Sunday Liberty Temple stands for acre site and has 10 cabins, din- N. W. 46th St.
ideal womanhood. It is the temole I ing hall, bath house, Infirmary,
Archie Pinder of Miami is of Daughter Anette McNeal, Dts. craft shop building and caretakers
spending two week's vacation Constance Sandilands, Mabel cottage.
visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Daniels, Gladys Smith, Altheria Under the guidance of super- .
Rowena Pinder and family Mincy, !Frances Turner, Came ervisors with particular attention -
King, Portia Bannister and many paid to water safety-the

Miss Lucy Roberts of Miami many other very fine women that boys participate in swimming, Inquire Ally. L. E. Thomas
fishing, canoeing, water
skiing
,
Beach was in the city last week- we (would talk about at a later
end visiting her sister-in-law date. This temple is proud of I boating, camp-outs, hiking, 'group
Mrs. Sarah Roberts of 827 Emma, what its membership represents.All .sports, nature study handicrafts,
devotional, singing, archery and FR 3-3377
St.
who is ill at her residence. aboard is the cry, end rlflery.

everyone Is out to do a fine job j : An outdoor chapel is the setting
Mr. and Mrs. James- White and to raise its standard numericallyand for non-denominational religious July 18
daughter, Gall of New
Jersey financially. Applications are observances in keeping with theY's
spent a (week's vacation visiting still coming and there are good third initial.
their parents Mr. and Mrs. Alfred times ahead. The daughters are
Whitehead of 709 White- looking (forward to the night of '
head st. Accompanying them back the 17th of this month, when -
to New Jersey was Mrs. White't they will Join the Bills in a night I -r.

mother-.'---- ,-'--Mrs.--,..Ethel- Whitehead-- in the !Bahamas. .
wticjc: sue -win ypena a monins I I
vacation her daughter and son- !From ,time to time, the com- . \ ltf" I
in-law and grand daughter, Gail. mittee appointed by Dt. Mae ,: fiJ .; '': .
Tucker .on public relations will ,\' ,. :''I .
Miss Joyce Castillo daughter of keep the membership and temple '
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and Mrs. Francisco Castillo informed by means of the press. r '. :1 '
left the city: for !New Jersey to , (
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spend her vacation.Magnolia "The 'Hangman", '

HospitalOnly Next at, CapitolWhen v


two babies were born at a whole town as one man don't"wish"
Magnolia Hospital last week . a comes to the defense oi a sus-
daughter for the John Ralphs and pected murderer you've got an
a son for the Theodore Robys. Interesting premise for a story- '
Mothers and babies are fine. and that's exactly the case in \

Caster Mills and Jhck Jones drama Paramount, The Hangman unusual," which Western is \ ,... :
underwent surgery Both are progressing the next attraction, opening Sun. ,
nicely.Medical day at the Capitol Theatre. '

patients include Malcolm you -y

Butler Greta Mack age 9, Are you a wallflower? .
Charles
Calloway and Mrs. Rebecca .
Collins Would you Ilk* to learn I t* dance

Plans have been completed In a prlvatt studio? had it. -

details taken care of and now VISIT . .
within a very short while a new Don Strachan's Dance Studio .
larger and much more beautiful
of Magnolia Hospital will occupy its 7168 N.W. 16th Ave. PL 7.t76l

present site. BUY,



DO YOU WANT TO KEEP PHYSICALLY FIT ? '
ONE :

DO YOU WANT TO REDUCE? ..

Then, take advantage of these .
ON EASY TERMS \

OPENING SPECIALS .* -.,-.... .' .
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JOIN THE MECHANICAL ., . ...
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GYM CLUB oramp.d-tor-roono
refrigerator? Th....'. nothing Ilk. an s utematloALLELECTRIC
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100 Charter Member Wanted--50 Men and

50 Ladies I REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER :


$6.00, Per Month f Modem-d aedfoeuoRB Choice of atjfce,...,models \
food space LESS floor space. '
and
t Also join itheMASSAGE I Shelves glide out or swing I I I double-door colors and Single-door cal lDetI -,

out. .. no groping, no Arm-
for
..y CLUB, type waHa. Sea them at
bUn.DOapiWDa.Retriprator
your favorite electric appU.

defrosts automatically . no aace dealers> ..At the same
which entitles you,to one massage a week muss, no fins Spacious freezer time look at the new AOMrwars. (

$15.00 month sections far storing meats poultry .
per / And remember_ell- i
fih, baked goodie and
Hours 10 a.m.to 10 pm bdric models are cheaper: to I
cooked food for future metis.lea
buy cheaper to use,and mshtfrta I .
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c04 ;.S, FAQ Full Size Bookcase
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With Mar-Proof Plastic Top in Decorator Color
'_ ''' 0 Chairs in Matching Washable Dupont Plastic
a' s If bought separately
; 44Pc. Set Include tO ;
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:\ i 0 32Pc. Set of Dished I 095,
r t4\; 7Pc. Glass Set $4,
Beautiful plastic top table and 4"
f \I S matching chalre In all decorator colora. $5.00 DELIVERS 1
A real lifetime set at a sensationally
low price. Special for this ..I.. .

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" seven Injured on Thursday whena .
car and a truck, collided on a
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PAGE 16' SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1959'JUST highway near Titusvllle.Sportswiset .. LOTS FOR SALE t 1'3

he In Venith First Subdivision in Goulds' :. "
fight at Miami
Beach audltorlcm between Holly ,Size 75' x '124' $1,595 '., ,.w, i L, '.'
Mims middleweight championand
BROWS .George Benton of Philadelphia $100 'Down-$%&month: ,' ': ,t\,

was a close one, with Holly You must hurry-only 3 left < 'iJ. ...;
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the winner bL,a unanimous de-
PAUL R. HENRY --- ; "
i i cision. A. SUMMONS ,/ 1 1 ,,

Floyd Patterson who lost his 3781 Grand Ave. HI 4-2448'* /,
The nation's steel workers are I I I nedy, Hubert Humphrey and heavyweight' title'' to Ingemar ,
on strike and same other labor"others I.' interested in the nomina Johansson of Sweden on June 2 .,. !;
threatening.{I tion. _On the Republican side: .
organizations are will Too -Ibad. If the strike goes on for Vice President Richard Nixon, hoping Floyd makes' a better .
a month or more it's going to Gov. Nelson Reckefeller of New showing in the coming fight.In if
hurt us all. Hope it will..soon end. York topping the list at present $450 DOWN
I MMBMHMMP MM baseball the Miami Marlinsnow .'
Senator Hubert Humphrey of City police will receive an Increase occupy second place in the $75 MONTH ,a
Minnesota is looking in the direction of $50 a month and firemen International league one game .
of the White House. The and other employees $25 a behind Buffalo, Montreal, 2 games 2-bedroom. e.tos tiding home located, near Orchard P r,
senator favors carrying out of month effective Aug. I, The total and Rochester 2% cames. 11%
the Supreme Court decisions increase will amount to $1,509,000: Villa School. Only one mortgage payment. No extra
against racial segregation. He believes annually. There are 3,750 employees. Te National League race is costs whatsoever.
the administration should tight. San Francisco in first place
appoint more Negroes to 'dlplomatlc -,I Los Angeles Milwaukee and TRIO REAL ESTATE \
posts. "We are wasting our Pittsburg 2% behind.
killed and
greatest human resource in the Four Negroes were
diplomatic field our Negro American League: Cleveland 801 IN.W. 54th Street", PL 9.8372rw.Ir. rWWWW
citizens," he said. Chicago and Baltimore; New
York trails by 5 (games
"I would suggest that once ina . .
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while this administration con- t.r"6 _.._*. :.::...:;;.::;..:;.:;tt:;.. .;....;F..:. .;...e;ti...H;.;..7;;.:;..N.;.....;..;;*;*........dA A.. A......N..-.._A...A...H.....ww...IA;t..n..A dh...e'..;
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Democrat.ing Senator our Humphrey.moral budget He is said a LOVELYHOMES I 1' Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From g .

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Talking about the next presi-' X11; VISIT OR CALL TODAY . PL 7-1645
dent. On the Democratic side IKj .
there's Senator Lyndon Johnson !uJ 2 I;
Stuart Symington, John Ken- ,,B= .


SPECIAL ALL NOTICETO FOR SALEIn fll4,.lt It ;...'.'l.' .., 6. _I It _____ _'. i\.n.t4n I i


Northwest
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BEAUTICIANS :t "?

A few months ago, the beautIcians 55th St. Area it r uM 3.UE
of the city of Miami and
vicinity were warned about an t
organization known as the Inter-
national Beauticians and Interna- E
tional Free And Accepted ,Mod- ;. ______ !n
ern ago Masons.a legal judgement Just a few tor weeks a a ).t r ; _______4 a" Irryx j jnot

handed down in the state of; ,'
Georgia' and other states against I j '
this group of Masons, declaring ..F" i iui. 1tSlt
them to be'a bogus group, and
stopping them from using the Low Down Payments. .
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name of Free and. Accepted Ma. ,
sons or any of their symbols 01. Easy Monthly Terms I 4C0
insignias.The 1
court order stated thai q
these so called International Free :
Accepted Modern Masons have Only 1 ,MortgageThird
|been used as an insurance racket
and,,' that women have been .re WHY PAY RENT ?
cetvedtas members, not in a 'wo .
man's auxiliary, but ,in the main


body.Headquarters tion,.was cited as of being the organiza-Detroit, : Ave. BRAND NEW /II J w 3 BEDROOM CBS H

Mich.
but the body was Incor $295
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porated in Delaware. The titular DOWN
head of the organization Is Wil
liam Banks who styles himself Realty Only 3 left. ,Move right in. No closing1 costs. Why pay rent /when !you 6

fas So"the(beauticians Supreme please Grand be Master care-" s can own your own ,home. Lovely..rea of CBS homes. City water.( All

ful !where! you put your money. grassed. ,Close to 163rd \St. Shopping Center. One payment each month.
742 NW 3rd Ave. See 1594 NE'152nd Terrace, North( Miami Beach. S ja .

FOR SALE ., \. Ix!.
FR 4-3297 . :
8-Room House AND. $495 Down 'Liberty: City Special 1!
Completely furnished
$20 week pays all. New 2-bedroom, $395 Down
l/8 Baths NE 40394S. CBS home. City water, no closing 2-bedroom,. one payment $75 month\

5871 N.W. 24th Ave. costs, carporte, utility, one payment Includes insurance and taxes. Partly

MU 8-6244 Hutcheson, Jr. each month. I furnished. Including stove bind r-e-
frigerator. Sell fast. Hurry.
Can be seen daily RegisteredReal

11 _.m. to 3 'p.m. Estate Broker $495 Down
Liberty City-Luxury Home
or by appointment Brand new 3-bedroom CBS home.
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to shopping. Lovely home. Buys this brand new 3-bedroom, 2
bath CBS home. 'Hardwood floors.

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TV SICK $795 DownNow particular buyers. Area of beautiful

'building brand 3-bedroom homes. City water. No closing costs.
Then dial FR 4-2044 9 to 9 new ; Move right In 11!!
a.m. p.m. CBS homes, Opa Locka. Built-in oven
and range. One payment each month.
SAME DAY SERVICE Beauties. See 1711 1718 NW 153rd Now Going up-Liberty City

ALL MAKES ALL MODELS St. Also models NW 18th Ave. and New 3-bedroom home. Put up deposit
1 NW 153rd St. Also pick lot., Hurry. until completed . .

Picture Tube Special $995 (Down -
Brown Sub CBS
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3-bedroom, separate utility largelot your lot with best cub prices. Use
: Nile Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charges all fenced in. Includes Venetian this money to buy home of your"; '
blinds, shower doors.
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