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Publication Date: July 25, 1959
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36TH YEAR, NO.48'" MIAMI, FLORIDA,. SATURDAY, JULY' 28, 19B9 PRICE TEN CENTS 16 PAGES ,

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.FHA I )Demo Leaders Pow Wow in D. C. Ij

Court Opens All ', ,

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Housing to Negroes -j ,



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Court RulesAgainst .Ji .1 !27 NEGRO .PUPILS' J Jv ,
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iI I i TRENTON, NJ. New Jer- moil in LITTLE !

sey's second highest court w ,
v 'F k1 S 113
cannet be1egal11' barred from!
Wednesday rulEd that. Negroes ROCK SCHOOLS:
buYing homes financed with 1

FHA-insured mortgages.The ALL IS CALMLIVFLE
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appellate division of Su-
perior Court ordered the State nOCK Twelve 'Negro
Divi'ion ,cf Discrimination to students registered at Little
crocesd with discrimination Rock's two White schools Thurs-
complaints filed against Levitt day to 'bring the three day total
and Sons, inc. of Levlttown, to 27 applying for admission.
NJ. and Green Fields Farm,
Inc of Woodbury; ,, Twenty-one of the new .regis-
5 trants sought' to attend classes,
The three-Judge court turned A1 Sept, 8 at Central High ,
down an appeal by the two firms ,j Martin -'--'--
They! contended the 1957 amend- .tegration. which of nine was torn by the in More than 100 Negro and White Rep ,William L. Dawson (Ill)
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in the
Negroes
ment to a 1954 law' barring housing fall cf 105,7, Three others Democratic: leaders from 24 states, addressed tJb *'open n ) session of
applied '
discriminatioipn! race, creed at which chairman
at Hall High School, in the the Virgin Islands and the District the meeting
or national origin : w Paul M Butler The* t
grounds was elite residential district. of Columbia, gathered' in presided : .
unconstitutional. The court said itwasn't. occurred Washington last weekend for a group ,also heard, remarks .,
. Jif .YOU tnjt beautiful"fullKJfcWt4re No Incidents have at die
: national vice chalrmanf;
Party Relations Conference called -,
the schools, but
police to
planned
Two Negroes, Willie ... James page c o of a Blood, continue their surveillance after by National Chairman Paul M. Loucheim;' Mrs 'yel PhllUps, national -
and Franklin D. Todd of Burlington Lily plan t6 front page ofMetyi Butler, committeewoman f' r n m
filed a complain with the the Mi' Florida ,hivingsection earning would i-ctential troublemakersthey Panel discussions on methods of Wisconsin, and Arthur Cbapln,
be arrested '
Division) gainst Discrimination X. *..Sunday, you bad' tq and Jailed. strengthening Party organization assistant to the Deputy Chairman
last admire $** Jt'eflthumb of the Five of the nine Negroes who for' Political Organization at the
year charging that the Levitt and Improving communications A'I
man wh rfgVaw It. attended Central in 1957, wHen National ,Committee. .. ,. .,0.<*
organization refused to sell :it ; violence within the Party occupied a con v
at their
J. erupted admission
them; hones"because, of their race B''.a "L siderable portion of the two-day '
Here, 1lo1, ;scar Jefferson of have enrolled there again. '
Levitt is 'building! a 16,000- session in the sheraton..ParkHotel. ledges"of supportfor, civil %.
14210 roc St, In Richmond ]'wo.c.t the nine have left the
home development on Rt. 130 IfeL hts:,_ . ." ''ot" Jefferson and twp have city Rep. Charles. D& Jr: rights legislation came ,aCva lun-r .. ..,
between Trentort. and Philadelphia. have- 'lb t+kaf+el tfiftrlflowers 1 t .graduated.... (Mich.) presided althe panel cheonn\ tiagi. 'addressed \byrr" t. ....!"
, A. ?; ;. thi8pae1OUI. t .. 'o '. ...< ..... .'.'"-.', discussions during which' panel Democratic Senators Pal' MaNa.f
. The 18d'lY"Sfidfnhlt+b"tI1Mf JeffersonThe # ists' reports include several recommendations mara (Mich.), JIubert HumphreyMinn. c
.\ antidiscrimination law barred f I Do Yourself A Dig Favor! : to bring more ( .), Stuart Symington Mo.)
discrimination on "all housing bogie( of the I women and young people Into the John F. Kennedy (Mass.) endRep.
financed in whole op-In part by Blood .s| Ifaemanthus. 'It Is a REGISTER; VOTE party Byron G. Rogers (Cola),
ItI a loal\vhether'br''ndt jiecufed bya native of";Aria 'but Is well ,
mortgage, the repayment* of adapted ,to-$out!?' .Florida, Horticulturist :
which Is guaranteed or:insured: by Jftforwn' has received

the agency'federal thereof.,government"..". + '. *.'-+or.'.any. hundreds growing'this: '1'; l,,beautiful,calls. 'for ,lily.points* In. 5 Boys Held in White Youth's Slaying : I


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(HOUSTON, Tex. Five Negro
teenage boys are being! held for Greater Miami Urban League I ecutlvo secretary H. Daniel; Langin
NewChrisliaD' Hospital questioning in tho sex slaying ofa under industrial relations secretary I connection with the League's, I
12-year-old white boy. II,, Allen Wheatley and ex- TST ,program. .' .
Police said each of the boys
. maintain innocence, brit named
To Doors 4 jhe other four .having participated -,
Open August 'In| the slaying

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rBishop.Murchison, The nude body of William
'.]. Bodenhcimer HI was found Tues-
$400,000 Building day in an icebox in an abandoned -
Already Completed shack near his hcm .
Two of,the boys being held are

L. L. Brooks, building committee -, Visits Miami 17, t>'*o 15 and one 13,
chairman of the' Christian ., .. .,, : An autopy, report said young
Memorial Hospital, announcedthis Bodenheimer was sexually -attacked -: . "',
meek that the first patients in an unnatural manner,' ,
will be admitted to the new after a struggle, and that he was
$400,000 hospital next Tuesday; suffocated by some unknown --

August 4. !f; means before his body was
crammed into the icebox.
J, C. Fullmore, newly employed d" .
administrator, and a full staff of Police said two of the five
nurses, aides, orderlies, cooks and : ," ;,' . 'boys 'being held; "have previous
office personnel are on an I ; records: for vex perversion M
around-the-clocffc.schedule getting : xyx '
the new facility, In order for ,?p' ,' ; The white boy had been miss iiFVtE1
r complete medical service Aug. 4. 'J. / ing alive ,mid-afternoon Mon-
.- day. His mother, Mrs. Doris
The fireproof air conditioned Bodenheimer, a nurse, told police -
hospital boasts the newest and he 'failed to return home .
{, most modern furnishings and 'after leaving! home on his bicycle ; # M
equipment that are second: to none to swim at a nearby bark;
; In thIs city. A, preview inspectiontour trIO 'wore only hh blue Jeans '
for local medical men has over his swim trunks '
been planned for next weekendand YM r Ri }Y
a community open house is A
expected to be held next Sunday
afternoon when ministers will ask .. LOCAL. STUDENTS ,'
their congregations to visit the '
new hospital after morning church Btshop E. P. Murchison, B.S., TOUR: CAPECANAVERAL
services. A-M., LLD., D.D., presiding
bishop of the Fifth Episcopal
District cf the CME Church,
2 DOPE 'PEDDLERSSENTENCED comprising, Alabama, Florida and Jessie M. Smith (center) of the The children are wonderfful.
'some parts of Africa will visit t A tcur of Patrick Air Base, Civilian Defense Auxiliary Police The men are handsome, the '
Miami this week through Sunday. headquarters of the Missile Test Is pictured above wjth four of ladles are beautiful, and the show .

Bishop Murchison Is the former Center, was made Wednesday by her lovely model. The CD mtm* la exciting. So come and enjoy ,
Two narcotics peddlers received editor of the Christian Index, about 80 Miami hltfi school students ben of, the Miami W. and M. this wonderful show of fashions.For !:
5-year Jail sentences Mondayfor a writer and one of the outstandIng and graduates, beneficiary club will present tickets: Variety. Record .
"pushing" heroin In Miami.A educators of the nation. The They toured laboratories end "Fashion of Sun and Fun In Shop, 6400 NW 16th avo. or., ...,. '
;public Is invited to hear him attended an illustrated lecture on Florida" Sunday, Augu 2, 5 p.m. Mr. O'Neal at Fiesta, Club. \ f
federal jury found Cdley :Sunday morning July 26 11:45 missile firings, vbut could not visit at the Fiesta' Club of the Mary "
LeRoy Browning, 32, of 15911! o'clock at Trinity CMS Church, the launching area at Cape Elizabeth Hotel. Loft to right: Mildred Mltlir. '1 '
NW 17th ct.:, guilty. HIs associate. 2014 NW !5th court .. Canaveral because of tests that Betty Moore, Mary Roker, Jessie" I- "
Washington-JS. plead ed ere InrogreM fc/tto .. "I : The show will present fashionsfor Smith, Nellie Rogers and D'8' r r
Ii\lnty LeRoy; -.. **.. *: -. ; .' ":\" 1"'-'Rev! )A i1.f lilsN 1s 'I'tre Mtour's+ s OnIOr 4'b1j .II.-r-. :,,":"'""' ,.',' .Ir ,-


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.. fV + Philadelphia? Pa. This- treat October 11th and..12ta will be
A4g city of "Brotherly Love" Is.boundto the annual. boule meeting of \
\. be one-.of "Sisterly Love" fnti, Theta Nu Sigma Sorority( and
Odber, through the 15th whet the National Beauty, Culturists'
the National Beauty CulturUts League holding its sessions October
l i r League holds its 40th Convention 1.314 and 15.
l here at the Bro*dwood Hotel The convention theme "40
with President Dr. Katie E Years in Retrospect" will be depicted .
Whickam presiding I through .delightfully (plan.
ned pageantry and narration with
Convention chairman, Carolyn special hair-style featuring style?
Oismond who Is Penna. State of a 40-year period. Leading lec
resident of the association of turers, educators and demonstrators
Modern Beauticians and COsme- will _share the spotlight with
''loglsts, Is sparing no pains in President Whdckbam and-Nation.al .
planning! and working with the officers as well as with the
wA convention committee as well as Hon. X).' A. Julius. director of the
with local and area Beauty Trade Institute.
r and other businesses, to thpt | :Following 'the close of the convention
Y here will +be full program participation several hundred members
where necessary during of NBCL :will sail ,Saturday,
the two week, convention. The Oct. 17 on the ss United States
meet" will be one of triple Interest -I for an extended tour of Europe
with the Educational Institute with Mrs. Maude Gadsen- tour
of cosmetology having its chairman in charge. Mrs. Gadsenis
classes and demonstrations from I also 1st vice president of the
October'4th I through the 10th; the organization.

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HEAI" The fourth and sixth District I :? ,. f Class Rings,. Luggage, Watches, Radios
swim meet was held at Dixie 't\ If,:{,' '
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I. TIMES--"Tlie.P ople.'. Newspaper" Park Swimming! Pool Tuesday, }. I Guaranteed Watches .... .. from$8.95

PAGE 2 "< SATURDAY, JULY25 1959 I June 30.Teams. participating in the meet !' ,1'f; .' DAVID JEWELERS

were Sunland Pool of Ft. Lauder- k f' ._ tits NW. 3rd Ave FR 4-1522
dale, Roosevelt Pool of West Palm
:.t:::= J;::,;:'; t:. Q'L n"": Beach West End of Delray and
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SEEIN j Dixie Tits of competition'Miami. was very I 1 NOW

STARSD: strong, and all divisions swim- I It.T' fSECRE'I'
ming in the preliminaries swam .
-- veil and fought hard to win. Delray's LAST f 9NUMBERS.
team 14 the
NEW YORK CITY (CNS) always loving her but hating her won high point
All About Billie . As the news I tco for being so great and yet trophy with 111 points. Ft. Lauderdale' They can '
team'took be sold
second with 88 -
spread around, each little group not allowing herself to enjoy
began reminiscing about Billie fame not letting herself be admired points. 'Individual trophies were yes these #tt
two amazing
awarded to Franklin Oliver of
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Holiday-the girl they called and hailed and emulatedas books. .
"Lady Day" and how untimely a ,great person. People who Miami, first place senior boy'sdiving The
,her death came at 44 . And loved her bad to look over her division, and Willber Coleman lilies Iyt
,' Delray, 1st place' juniorboy's only par ,
yet. as the old pros related such tremendous faults. She had many tlally explain
is Ufe in show business when big friends, and many phonies diving.' their GODFREY
you go. And that much was true fcr she never changed, right to Other boys and girls winning contents ,SPENCER
for Billie Holiday's death hv a s the end. first place trophies were Gladys But the titles .
Seymore, Linda Potter, Anice
headline: news and even though
alone .
everyone knew her worst faults : The, Big Boys over at Uni Malone{ Leon Hayes, Brandon can not begin .
and habits;. all who saw thos versal-International bless the day Howell, Frank Osburne, Oswald to. reveal T-
,
headlines stopped a,second to feel I they thought to revive "Imita- Ballln, Jerry Stewart, Moses Wilcox to you
sad and unhappy that such a tion of Life." The local theatres John' Mitchell, George Tyson the facts of why you may not be able"to 'win. Yes, between these
great yet tortured soul was gone alone have reported a take of one I and Harold I Clark pages you will learn the secret of. how'the ,astrologists get their
At first there was a rush fox million dollars already. fthis was the largest and best winning numbers. You may find out fort the,first time',why you hare
her records her newest albums 'Duke Ellington in a small New meet of the season with about failed to catch anything by speculation on ,stocks"and bonds,',Cuban
had showed a difienence in her Jersey+ town turned the Labers- 450 or more spectators h eret' and other fprms of numerology! Thesa',books tell you I what to do to
voice but her fans stick to their vllle Music Circus into a big ,450 'or more spectators here' to set; on ,the,,winning track often! YoQ can ,not ,afford to .be without
guns that BUlie was the greatest success in a week's' engagementof witness some of the best swimming . these.books for- the very low price of only 5.00 for both. This maybe
anyway; Her single releases and jazz. Louis Armstrong is on the and diving they've ever your chance to make a killing and say goodbye to bills and money
albums, made during her heyday agenda too . Duke did all his seen. worries.forever. Tell your friends only after you are on a better road
will be collector's items now old favorites he's even added Thanks to generous devotions to success. Be ,the first. Order yours today.
and just about everybody whether "Anatomy.a Murder"'his new-. of a few of (Miami's business and Bend to JAMAICA CANDLE 6694.N.W. '
SHOP 15th Avt.
they liked her as a person 'or est original, to his ,group T professional men, that we were ,
not. wanted a song to remember 'Don't able to award 18 nice trophies ,Miami 47.'
pity Billy Eckstine he
Billie Florida'i
by. which than
wertmore
had a full line of engagements to encourag
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For she was one of those, rare replace' the Black Orchid. which ing to the boys and girls who par-
people who always had a rough folded in Chicago-hours before he ticipated in the competition' and
time never had a' completely opened . The court dosed it !? their behalf I'd like to thank
sunny 3ay and Just when for about $100,00 debts almost the following persons for their :
things looked darkest and a $2,000 of It in back wages The generous donations: HONES DUPLEXES
promise of a new start, was Jn lid blew off when three headwaiters Cagle, Rental Agency Arrow
view she died. That's the way filed suits for''wages. Cab Service, Atty. L. E. Thomas,
Blllie's life always was one Le Verne Balker in pretty' new Cut -Rate Service Station, Dr. A.
bad' break after another.That's one. MJif You Love Me," a very W. Henry, Dr. Nathaniel Colston, I
the way she could sing good ballad, considered one of her ..Dr; Albert Edwards Perry's Dept. Brown SubdivisionNiWv
the blues with so much commandshe best . Fats Domino
doing "I'm Store, Dr. William Chapman,. Dr. i
lived tem: Her whole life
Gonna Be a Wheel Some Day" Is Edwin S. Shirley Dr. J. O. _
she was one had blues after=another.. But the adorable and the new twosomeof Brown, Sr., Dr. I. P. Davis, Dr. I 42ndiStrcet,off 27th Ave.
courage even .
Billy Williams and
Barbara Atkinson, Dr. W. A Hawkins,
nurses at Metropolitan ltospltalcouldn't McNair for Coral label is a sur- Dr. Murrell. I .
Nab. 27th
SOtfcbStteet off Ave.
'believe the courage she prise that cannot be beat. They ..
had In spite of being arrestedfor
do'a very clever ditty 'Telephone
possessing narcotics in the Conversation" 'backed by "Go to I ; N WJ. SlrttStrcet off' 27th Ave.
hospital she still figured to "beat Sleep, Go to Sleep, Go to Sleep, J. A. BURROWS
the . .
rap" Up until her death both artists are on the witty
she was busying herself arrange side and Barbara, a lovely young PRICE: is RIGHTPAYMENTS3AS
ing for musicians planning: to singer, really sells this one. TRANSFER
appear in a movie'Writing her .
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appealing life story,,and keepingup For quick, dependable, > LOW AS $1,000; DOWN
with show business. It was this Service I' Otti EACH,BUILDING
Build
energietlcness which probably up your social prettlo+
brought on) her relapse. Learn to dane at Phone OX' 1-9163' I BALANCE: MONTHLY,

So now Blllie Holiday is (goneno Don,Strachan's Dance Studio TBS*.cAn*be income producing rental. ,
sad property
more songs no more 1742 N.W. 67th St.Specialising I
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Betty Walker Becomes OSSOFER '
JULY 25, 1959 PAGE 3

Mrs. Franklin Paul SAYS: u_ __ _. _, __ __

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By DOROTHY' SANFORD Scientists are now( affirming :
the compatibility of science and J
religion. In days past there has p
been a wall between the two, fr"R
built by both groups, the scien
tific and the religious. ,
I
f What was the reason? Science,
in its infancy, searching for 4
truths that one could put his _
hands en, felt that that which it .
could not explain did not existit
was completely materialistic. in :
its viewpoint.
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Religion, on the other hand, .
disavowed science because sci
ence discovered acts which exposed .
certain religious dogmas a:
untruths. For example, the church!
once burned a man at the stakt
because he said that the. earth:
revolved around the sun. Thh \
; disagreed with the dogma of the I
church so they, killed him.

:With the advent of space probing I
science is bgeinning to recognize :
I its discoveries as the
handiwork of a great coordinating -
power. At a meeting of Army I
chaplains, Dr. Werhner Von
Braun, the army's leading civil-
ian scientist, stated, "Our first
steps into the vacuum of space '
have reemphasized the beauty and : ;T ?r''
order of creation, and have verified j. :,&
the natural laws which gov-
ern all existence." He Iwent on to
say "with all the modern means
at our disposal we should tell
the world that religion and ,science
are not incompatible; on the ,

contrary, they belong together for .Mr*. Barbara Calhoun North, Its on June 29. Mr. North has
only !WIth God reinstated in the former secretary at North' Travel taken permanent residence In
--- heart of the world will he fur- Bureau, and William (Teddy) Nassau, and I I. presently, employ
Bethany Seventh Day Adven. School, she attended both Hamp- nish mankind, and its leaders the North, shown above a* they ed Ih "reservation at Pan
Church ethical guidance through the marched down the aisle of St. American World Airway In that
tlst was the scene of the ton and Oakwood Collage. She
dangers and pitfalls of the technological Mary' Episcopal 'Church In Na** city. Mr. North I I. a plumbing
wedding of iBetty Jean Walker receved her !R.N. from the 'Adventist revolution."
and John Franklin Paul at 1:13 Paradise Valley Hospital lau after their wedding eeremon- contractor 'In Naau.

on last Sabbath afternoon. After National City Cal, in 1957, and Since science: has spoken up, is "
the singing; of "The Lord's Pray- is employed as a medical. nurseat it not time for religion to acceptthe
er" /toy Lois Farrington, Elder C. John Wesley 'Hospital, Los companionship of science and
B. :Rock spoke feelingly on the Angeles. The groom is the eldestson with this new attitude become
purpose of marriage,' duties of of the James F. Pauls. He the guiding ethical light for ENROLL NOW. ; IN .
husband and wife, and prepara- joined the Navy immediately up- peaceful scientific progress? > .
tion for establishing Christian on his 1952 graduation from SUNLIGHT BEAUTY; SCHOOLFor
homei. ffhe very brief ,Adventist Dorsey ,High School. Remaining in
marriage service was read and Los Angeles upon his discharge Life .
the couple knelt on a white cush- four, years ago he Is a Transpor- Angeles where they are membersof a Long'Profession
ion to receive their blessing The tation Clerk at the L. A. International Adventist '
the Berean Seventh Day
Florida's Oldest Reliable and Complete School
pulpit area was decorated with Airport He If also a Church The ,John Franklin ,
vases ofWhite gladiola and student at Los Angeles City"Col. i '
Pauls" at home'at 10310 S
standards;of mixed Hewers. Mrs lege.; The young couple) both Broadway are Los 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4-9998
Robert Davis '. members :of Angeles
was organist. large, wen- families In' Miami,'met for the In Miami lor her sister's wed- dCS:::::
The very lovely, petite +bride first time when their' respective ding was Mrs.' Haywood Moore,
who was given 'in marriage by mothers enrolled them In the who with her. two children came I
her father, wore a waltz-length James E. Scott Association Nursery down from Buffalo, New York.
wedding gown of white Alecon School. They cohtlnued as Of the' bride's immediate family '
YOU ASKED FOR IT!
lace. Made on Princess lines it classmates through High School. only orie brother, Thomas, now
:featured an Empire IW'alatUne-3-4 The couple has returned to Los in\ Los ngeles, was not present So here it is-A full ONE YEAR <,
length sleeves and a sweetheart
neckline. shoulder length veil AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE .

was held by a glittering tiara Policy for ,most people with only
She carried a nosegay of white Harmon-Roberts Nuptial
flowers centered by a purple. $15 DOWN PAYMENT

throated orchid. Barbara Walker ___m_____________ __ ____ ___
twin sister of the bride,. serve SERVICE FIRST INS. '
AGENCY'
as maid of honor. She 'wore a
pink silk organza shirtwaist-style
afternoon dress with pink acces 645 N.W. 36th St. 27th Ave. Farmers' MarketPL
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sorles. A triangle head veil held 9-5284 NA. 4-1811
by a flowered ,clip and a nose-
gay of pink carnations completed \
her ensemble. Mrs1. Lawrence
Johnson (Shirley Walker) w a a L
bridesmaid. Her ensemble In pastel .
; blue was Identical with that : r ,4 ,
., of the maid
of honor. The groom
'.. was attended by two of his '
, brothers-Phillip, best man. and TV REPAIRS
Wayne, usher. The mother of _
the bridal pair were attractive in w ,r

afternoon dresses and both wore 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.--Sunday 10 to 3
purple orchid corsages.The .
wedding reception and buf.I .. .
'fet was ,held on the following day {, DRIVE-IN SERVICE
in the tastefully decorated auditorium ...
of the Jamie E. Scott -T; ... .
Homes on 22nd ave. A brief pro- E :
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sented gram Mrs.of Herbert by nuptial oloists Long musk, Jacqueline wa arrangedby pre-1 l : . ; : : I ALL WORK GUARANTEEDPickup I

Cromel, Doris. Foulke and : ., t 1 \ and Delivery-No ChargeAmerican

Brenda Tynes. Mrs. Robert Davis .t : ':"f t. ;*''. : .. : _ .
was 'pianist. Following this, the lJ v '
receiving lines .were formed. The J'tf;t.. Ii,' .i ',' 'ir\to"it. ,- ,
bride and groom then cut the '
five-tiered, elaborately decorated ; P O POM
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wedding cake, after which, the I Tv CoaR, srseiiu
bridal party and their Immediate I

families were served at specially I .:" ei itr'RADIOS +.
decorated tables. Guest ate at
Jk ,, + r F5 7f HONE '
other tables decorated with red I
AuTo y ,
hibiscus. Hostesses !mere' Mesdames -
Fred" Davis, Geneva James yy.{ ? w A
and Gertrude Dawkins and Willie
Pearl Faniel refreshments;'
Mrs. Claretha Cambridge and
Alma Beal and Doris Foulkes,' .
rifts; and guest registration was
done by Anita Gaither. Mrs. Miss Jacquelyn Rmlda Rob. I and Pvt. Harmon It the ton of
Fred Davis directed the wedding 'rt* and Pvt. Joe Louis I Harmon Mr. and Mr*. Alphonzo Harmon. Phono TV
and the reception' assisted'' by were united In' marriage recentlyIn Her attendant were Ml** Er Corp.
Mrs. Arnold Tynes (Evelyn an |Impressive doubt ring nestine Brown, maid of honor and
Walker). ceremony held In the Holy R,. MlM Doreen A. Wilcox, bride-
The bride is the youngerof demr Catholic Church. maid. She wa given In marriageby 2243 N.W. 62nd. Street NE 5-7225
,twin daughters of Mr. and her father .
Mrs. Thomas Frank Walker A Tb* bride Is the daughter ofMr. Kenneth Route was best man. --

1932 graduate of 'Dorsey'H I J tr t\ and Mr, .*. Edward. .*.. Roberts, I Usher wa Charles *Robert Jbv .*. . h ,

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JUST BROWSIN'By


PAUL R.xxr HENRY y,> )) u L1t Tt1


A truck and a car collided on
Wednesday afternoon at Stare
'' 1 Road '7 and SW second court, Ft.Lauderdale. .

Office'at: 1112 N.W. Third 'Aven. Miami I Florlda,-Jphone' FR: .; 3;223 .,.Eleven laborers and .:;. I, ,. ----
i /;Plant at ,6740 N.W 15th'A.v.nuit-Phona. OX 1-0421. .. '"ti two .assengers riding on the I JESSIE SMITH (she wears the' .chcol graduatiCna the past' term
i., truck were injured. Defense uniform) headatjhe with three scholarships.); ;; know
Civil
.K :. ,. _
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: ; >to# one student that's really making
Beneficiary -
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ONE YEAR $490 SIX MONTHS .92.75 THREE MONTHS&, '1.70 The Greater Miami Urban W & Club (and good. She visited the Times plant
League sponsored a visit to Cape .
last week.. Having. an enrollment
}I. E. ,SIGlSMUND' REEVES, .Edttors ,;''rh Canaveral for 80 graduates and she is really giv- cf 102 students I and. a graduationin

: GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor .... ", } high school students en Wednes- they ing it will the present works) August, I think they rate,con-
day. They were taken on a tour : "
{MltTII. C. RKEVKS, Managing Editor. and.'huslnebs Manager, of the Air Force Base. Accomp- Sun and Fun in, A grats. .
Fla. (a great
A anying the were Industrial
group BEATRICE HUNTER Is
V'TEMPOKA MUTAJTnJR ETT NOB ,MUTAMim IN, BALIS<: .. secretary of the League, H. Allen fashion show) at plan.
ning a grand birthday party Aug.
'"The,,''''mes Are Changed And We Ae Changed With Tb m" I', Wheatley and executive ,sec- Auj.the Fiesta 2 . Whileon Club, 5 at 6340 -NW, 19Hh ave;',:) i.tJuly

Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9,.1927, at the Poet Office retary, Dan Lang. the Fiesta. I 22, Michael Rolle;, July 24w ,A.
: .'-. i< t Miami, Vforida., under, with nderson; 26, Arthur lvv8nWalOlue }-
; the act of March 8, ItfTfl,-?.. Rumcr is that Miami will havea had a chat 1 -
ton Robinson; 2fJf >Williains,
Clvde last weekend
''' '" '.' ''Disneyland Amusement Park to I nd-ti was 'amazing to know Fletcher Paschal I$ne. : Duke,
be known as Discoveryland. Good Annie Mae Harris,. Aly+ Martin ,
YE EDITOR'S
: . NOTEBOOK, ideal how prices en everything are ;
'f.' t' (what Cldye claims) down to 28, Willie Mae Brawny: Ireta

V":," COLORED' NEWS SECTION OUT! The State Road Department earth. They don't feature night Crosby; 29, Caroline' Morely,
announced on Wednesday that club prices. The Fiesta otters Dorothy Millay NelsoniAdatns.The .
A From- Jacksonville .comes news that .there .will .be. no jcntstructicn of the north-south dancing and entertainment week George Washington.: Carver'

more "Colored News Section" in the Jacksonville', Journal. ixpressway will begin August 3. ends. Stop in, no admission, no Branch on,YMCA Aug.\ 16.needs Thesrvrill: :your: "support Present --

This newspaper way recently purchased .by; the. Florida The section will be land bridges c:ver. a musical soiree. This is (going ,
Times Union. spanning the area from 71st to FLORENCE ALLEN (better to be an outstanding event,
.
75th streets and will include a
.' '
Both crossing of the FEC railway. calf of the barbecue expert, Bill) but your support is needed. They
Jacksonville papers Have carried "Colored received first prize ,for her pretty will present the compositions of

News Sections" for decades, and several Negro and, White Sportawise. Just when the L.I I pretty hat in Lakeland at the George Gershwin. William S.
employed, must-seek work elsewhere. ,, A. Dodgers Club was about to Mad Hatters Parade. T0 top 1 take over first place, came the ; made the beaut herself . your entertainment will be solos,
We have never been sold on the' idea of ."Colored, Chicago Cubs knocking 'em out. Ceasor's U. Of.Cosmetology honored instrUmentals and recordings' at

Sections." If the news is worth printing, print it the. "same' Now they are a game and a half students at all local high the "Y", 5770 NW 1'5tlh *yev :. ,. .
as all other behind the Giants.
news. .
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San Francisco is still tops. I
of main Milwaukee hclds third 3 and a ; HITTNG .320 4 .-
One objections that the
our ; was 'papers
half games behind\ : and Pitts-
carrying the Colored pages, printed them only in editions burgh fourth 4 games out. RED SOX RECALL Gray Hair WanfScUMan .' ". !!
*'
circulated among colored people. The American League has Chi- or Woman '

caL3o leading Cleveland by one; NEGRO SHORTSTOP NOW YOU CAN LOOK
Perhaps the Times-Union will l now publish news Baltimore '5 and a hall 'behind 20 YEARS YOUNGERwith
without qualification. .' and New York six and a half be- science's newest dla oviryAuntie..Graw
hind. This is the toughest flight .
I We,are pleased to learn that plans are already being the Yanks (had in many years. It'sa J Pomade, .

made by"the "Florida Star," Eric O. Simpson, publisher, good thing, the Yanks are net BOSTON The Boston Red Say goodbye to GRAY) AIR'with
so bad, the other clubs are just Sox Tuesday night announced ,
new pomade discovery. > Apply
to issue an afternoon paper once a week in addition to playing better. '
they are recalling Elijah (Pumpsie would
Imply as you your rsg
his regular weekly edition. In the International League ) Green, Negro infielder, from ular hslrdresslng. Imparts nat.
Buffalo's nfl,rest competitor, the their'' Minneapolis farm club. "
ural-looking color, leaves Jislr
The Star will ,use as many of the. Journal's former Miami Marlins, are five Barnes beautifully soft and lustrous.
behind Green, who was with the Red
employees as possible. Montreal six and a half Won't rub off, wash out. ,Non
and Rochester Sox in string training and then
7 and a half behind Color.tone
staining,
was farmed to Minneapolis, twill on-greasy.
Pomade conditions and
be the first Negro ever to play grooms
In Portland, Oregon on Wed- for the. Red Sox. He will Join the halp. No other hair dressing need.
ed. Send only $2.00 (tax Included
METRO nesday night Eddie Machen of club immediately.When '
!'
) for full 1'/2 or
Portland by TKO in the
won a
It's Metro again and it's going to be Metro for a.long sixth round of a 10-round Green was assigned to anteed. Introductory offer1' for
the farm club,, at' the start of the limited time. No C.O.D.'s pl.....
time. You see, as we said before, things are' all mixed up heavyweight 'bout with Reuben
the
and it's going to take time to get them'straightened out. Vargas of San Francisco. jected season,to a storm Red Sox of protest wer from sub- HAIRSHEEN OF 'MIAMI. J
Suite
8, 8163 NE 2nd Ave, ,
This week for senate and The light heavyweight title several groups charging' discrim- Miami 38, Fla, .At
comes, a proposal a Metro: boot> between champion Archie ination. .............-...................... ...........
house,"We' wpn't' "surprised to see a Metro'lolbby com
Moore and Yvon
Durelle is sched- The Red Sox denied the FREE COUPON > .,
ing, up. uled for Aug. 12. The fight was charges and said the switch-hit- Worth'' !SaC' '"::':

The senate suggestion comes from Metro Commis- wife's postponed illness.because of Ar hie's ting shortstop ,was assigned to a off on a Jar of .untre'Qray. :
minor league club simply to give Bring or mall In to: '':
sioner Faris Cowart who would leave the 11-man com- him more experience. HAIIRSHEEN 'OF MIAMI

mission unchanged, but. split it-Into two bodies. The five defeated Pat McMurty Earl of Tamoca, Wash Green 8163 N.E. 2nd ,,Ave. Suite. 8'
commossioners at large would serve as the 'senate and also Artley'of Pittsburgh was 'hitting .320 through
in, the third. round of a 10-round- 98 games with the Minneapolis -
govern the Port' Authority. Their salary would be er team. He has 31 runs batted in, J

$15,000' year. seven hcme runs and 11 stolen Don't Fret -. Fight!
bases. The BoSox probably will
The'six elected from districts plus additional mem- use him as a utility infielder. Join. The NAACP.

bers as municipalities reach the charter requirements of J.-

BOX)00; ) population, would constitute the House. They'

Would draw ,$10,000 a year. the Batnral WIT... MARK DOWN '
FEED E TO DEATH SPECIAL! !
Cowart' said' he 'would present his plan to the civic FIRST COME SERVEDr
affairs committee of the 'Chamber of Commerce and the pM FIRST }

newly revived Dade Research Foundation. r '
Chevrolet $995
.
If the proposal is not acceptable the commission writ HIM rat Nit.am m tit tin ,

should be reduced to .five men says Cowart. ECHOLS "210" 2..door 6 cylinder
-(NOTix) radio standard tra>lsnth.ion' with
Let's hope these and, oih interested groups work and heater.

together and come up with a satisfactory solution to Thousands Rave First person
presenting this ad
this
Metro's present roblem. gets bargain buy

When you.reiceive your next tax bill;'in' October don't F ECHOLS ;f. sr-: : t METROPOLITAN MOTORS

be surprised if the increase Is 80 percent over last year's
5560
tax. There have ,been some big increases in salaries.. We've ROACH ANT and N.W. 7th AVENUERUPTURED ,

got to raise the money. ,


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iq' lac' a deltoIClose"YWCA. Program. ,: S'.: : t:'. TIIRnAV. :%*IfiVi2.. .!(,:;'iQKA. fi"' ; ... , ':' t ,.P\G- .. '" l' 5 ,

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,, Murrell Branch YWCA closes Roberts, Evelyn H. Thomas and
Its most successful Summer Day Dena T. Goodman for providing Celebrates First
Camp program, regretting the "campships" for 6, 3 pc'riod"cam- .
J' fact that more than its 54 participating pers; to Miss Louise Watson and Birthday ,
'' girl and boys will be Alice Wilson, student and social

',without such a .program from now Iwork applicants respectively, The Phyllis Wheatley Recrea
until' the opening cf school. who ave hours of' observationand
tion Center invites you to its
volunteer activity
Parents and friends are invitedto ,time; Jessie Giles program and the membership Night of Games, Wednesday, July
the Aquacade at Dixie Park committee for sustained 29, 7:30: 8:3: $ pm. Come out and

Swimming Pool Sunday, July 26 summer activity, have brought in see the wcnderful work done by
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tibe in this center.
4 pupil's
p.m. immediately preceding over 100 adult memberships dur-
'whIch, an exhibit of finished (projects ing the summer months; to Mary Teachers are: Mrs. Pauline L.
will be ondisplay In the Lightfoot\ our "Volks" driver for Smith, E. Eugene Butler, Freddie
YWCA occupancy at the Com- her excellent group control and Pitman, Mrs. Marian L. Henry,
munity Center.Demcnstrative. volunteer first aid detail To Mrs. Mrs. Mable Thompson Lewis R.
I from Stanley Bierdron and Mrs. Blake Jr. Mrs. Clora M. Pearsallis 1
swimming
Chester Davidson for
"1 supplementary -
I, %beginners to life saving, relays aid to D. C. Families; and to principal. I- ;
and stunts will highlight the Frank photographer for Little Eli Edward Boyd Jr., I
water show. All "day camp swim- his roving movie camera. son of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Edward _
ming has 'been A" Jl. C. supervised _
Boyd Sr., of 1611 NW 3rd ave.,
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by William Miles during the Due. to blessed: event" and apt. 8,. celebrated his first birth-
past six weeks. Children will receive maternity leave to
. ( occurence day on Sunday at a party given
their Red Cross rating cards Gerry Ellis, this year's summer by his parent's at their acme A
during: the program. program was Ably directed by number o* tots and adults attended -
Albertha Johnson Caldwell, for .
the
party.Delicious
IL Day Camp, this year, was tor mer Miami -Teen, who excelled ,refreshments were
'
the first time, based at the YWCA
.which having expended its space locally on oil fronts, having com- served and enjoyed and Little Eli Mrs. Pelat Aaron, 13480 NW teat the had ever entered Mrs.
pleted her training at Tennessee
in the DP. center, made use of i State University, returned as a was showered with many gifts. 4th ave., It the second winner of Aaron was Interviewed on the
the entire east wing of the build leadership' asset to her own com- Assisting Mrs. Boyd were her WFEC't June.July contest Mrs "Johnny Come Lately" show, I
ing, sharing use of the improved Tuesday, July 7 and le being pre
munity. She was engaged in the sisters Mrs. Eula Mae Coney, Mrs. Aaron, mother of two children,
Johnny
TV
tented with her set *
by
courts, playground and auditor- :
D. C. public schools. Mrs. Cald- Marie Boykins and Mrs. Albertha
if ium. Mid/ that this was the ,first conI .Carmlchael./
i Aquirement and use of the
I well was assisted bjr our own Adderley; their mother, Mrs. Ale-
new YWCA Volks Wagon enhanced I Lillian Wiggins Sands, who was tia Dean and a number cf friends
t both the flanning' and recruiting hospitalized during the first including Mrs. Rosella Gray I

in having pickup stations iod. The regular staff Included per Nottage ,Mrs. Louise Carter, Miss Royal Twenties, ClubThe More Openings ,in
based in Brownsville and Liberty -
,
;, Marjorie Marie Dean and Miss
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, City. Rebecca J. Brown, registrar and Albertha Wynn. Royal Twenty Women' Practical Nursing
Club of Coconu t Grove met 'at
Enid Curtis, Y. A. director who Mrs. '''Boyd is the former Miss
This year's experiment with the lovely home of Mrs. ErmatlneHblton Class
Willie Mae Dean and Mrs.
moderately expanded office and served as administrative assistantto Coney 3342 Thomas, ..ave.
assembly space at Dixie Park the executive director,,Mrs. A. her sister, is the former' Eula'' M. The meeting was highlightedby Persons between the ages of 17

was used to capacity in programming Louise B'Taylor,. during the sum- Dean. talks and formulation of plansfor and .45 may register for the Sep-
:Q';: from worshop to crafts, mer program. the annual drive aimed at tember class in practical nursingat
,ri. recreation, music appreciation .a replenishing the treasury in order .Northwestern Senior High
and sojvin?. Each of the three that the women of .Royal Twentycan School. There is an increasing
I, pericd day camps enjoyed a day fulfill their civic and educa- demand,'for well trained practical -
: at Virginia Beach in' addition to tiooal aims as well as their social nurses. .
"" "planned field trips to: The Pepsi- one3. The drive this year will The program at Northwestern
Cola Bottling Ca., }{o tman's feature as dual chairwomen, Mrs. is accredited 'by the Florida State
:: Nursery and Gardens Dade Co. Leila Moore and Mrs. Hose ,ICall Board of Nursing and graduatesof
i School: Administration building Each of the ladies will head a the program are eligible to become -
while the school board was in section of the club. licensed practical nurses.
: session, Community Services The charming hostess delighted Applicants will be Interviewedon
,( building and occupying agencies, her guests with an array of Thursday, between 9 and 12
hostessed by the Welfare Plan- food prepared to tempt the pal- noon and 1.3 pjm Applicationsfor
ning Oc ncU. ates of all who partook thereof. the September class will be
Heartfelt ,thanks were given by closed Aug. 24. Call PL 4-5491
,It becomes difficult.to single,I Mrs. Ifattie McDonald to the for further information ,
'C out individuals for thanks and hostess for a 'perfectly delightful
.\ appreciation but a public expression , evening
of such thanks must be extended 'Mrs Ada Belle Dunn, Prc!!. !
to Dr. Dazelle Dean Mrs. Ethel Peavy, reporter' I Register Today
Simpson, already a supporting
member of the YWCA who vol- 0
untered two of Her days oft to
conduct standard medical examinations -
for 54 of our day camp- WEEKEND SPECIALS
I ers. To Miss Gladys ,Panton and
Mrs. J. Barco Bishop, president
I' and board of directors of the YW
,I who made possible the extended
space with a compliment of now, $790 Down
heavy-duty, standard equipment; r .0 ,
to Beth Thompson Associates, Beautiful 2-Bedroom CBS
Auditing Firm employed by the
YWCA for their contribution of SEVERAL FLORIDA ROOMS 1 Vz BATHS
a standard, heavy duty G. E. CARPORTE
Water Cooler. Mrs. Thompson
Finest location N.W. 11th Ave. 56th St.
serves on the finance committee! near
cf the YWCA; to the City Recre- ---.. .- One monthly mortgage payment

ation staff for unlimited coopra- Swimming Group; showing audience participationand And look I Complete wall-to-wall fcarpeting
chairman .of members
to the
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Marks I 6 .SATURDAY, .JULY 25, 1959


EX-SLAVE, 106 ON JAPANESE -
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,50th Anniversary; TAKES THIRD WOMEN'S


." WIFEEAST PIJANNING
. o.v. Kockefeiier Jixtenas Greetings COMM.

ST. LOUIS, Ill. (ANP) GREENSBORO, N.C.
i Dias lilies Gains ,jn; Ceasor's Universityof Frank Freeman, an ex-slave Dr. WHla B. Player, president)
framework who says he is 106 years old, wa of Bennett College, has
of
Keynote Address; "Faithful racial segregation CosmetologyFor married for the third time to a an invitation to serve as accepted a
adherence
to this mem
39-year-old :woman. ber of the national
NEW YORK program over a 50-year period women'i
(ANP
) Despite planning
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committee
the last of
has two months Cea the
brought: us measureably clos- Freeman who Japan
remaining racial discriminations :was born in International
-
and obstacles there is er to our goal," Dr. Tobias said. sor's has been University cf Cosmetology Dodge, Texas in 1853 and was Foundation, Inc.Christian, of University
"Sometimes busily engaged in New
the a
York.
ample grounds for optimism" of democratic slow processes Variety of activities.A sold as a boy to B. W. Freemanof Dr. Player is also vice
based upon the progress made action have occas- St. Louis county, was divorced of the North president
luncheon Carolina
during the past half- sioned moments of ,despair and given at the university from his second wife not Ion Council of
<:entW'Y, Dr. raised for the famed "Mr. Vincent Churches.
the
Channing H. Tobias, chairman, temptation to resort to Sifax of igo. A child was born during the
direct HoUyU-ood.
NAACP board of directors action outside of the law Following marriage four His
declared years ago. first t
this there
To their everlasting credit was an apron and tie i Gets Life
in the keynote address officers and members of the party, then the beach party wife died several years ago. For
delivered
our
Monday association -
night at the
opening session of the assocla- throughout the country which was a success. The faculty Freeman's new bride is Ruth Attacking Child
tion's Golden Anniversary have shunned this temptation. and student body wish to extend Davis.. He said he adooted the
con- despite extreme rratitude to _those persons who Freeman -
vention. provocation. name wnen ne was RALEIGH, NjC.
neipeu 10 make uitrse (ANP)
activities freed after -
a the Civil I
War.
Ralph
Also speaking ai the session ju success. Lee Betts, 36-years-old
New York Collsuem was Gov Greater Miami We are now in the process of white ex-convict who was convicted .
Nelson A. Rockefeller of New preparing for the banquet and of raping an 11-year-old
Are
York. -The convention continues I graduation exercises. The ban- you! a wallflower Negro girl, was sentenced last
through the week closing with a Temple No.>> 769 quet will] be held at the St. John Would you like to learn t. dance week to life imprisonment.
mammoth rally in the Polo Institutional Baptist Church in a private studio

Grounds 19. Sunday. afternoon, July Installs OfficersOn Auj.exercises.We 21 .following the graduation on VISIT ty An jury all-white recommended male Wake coun-

"In this 50th year of our organization Don Strachan's Dance Studio when giving the verdict. A mercy rape
we can take justifi- July 8 Dt. Marion Muldrow are sorry to say that on our 7168 conviction without the ,
able pride in the notable pro- well (known church and civic sick list we have Mrs. Lucille N.W. 16th Ave. PL 7-8766 recommended, carries a manda.mercy
gress made toward elimination oJ worker was installed as Dt West, Mrs. Jessie Mae Chamber, tory death sentence.
some of the grosser manifestations Ruler of Greater Miami Temple Mrs. Barbara Robinson, Mrs.
cf racial prejudice," Dr. No. 709 with Dt. Olivia Rogers I Vera Williams. We are also hap-
virw TV. Ruler. T"t.. ,. ..
Tobias said. Bettv Fish T py to have Mrs. Townsel back in
,
assistant m. Ruler, Ed -Davis' the class with us, after being ill
NEW NATIONAL POLICY chaplain, Dt.. Spero Cokine; or for so long.Daughters.
"The official j ganist, Dt. Ida Fuller; escort, Dt I of Mr. and Mrs. MAGIC CITY
national policy 11 Elaine Boater; outer door keep Augustus Ceasor are visiting I
now cf against the forced separation I er, Dt. Zessie Tucker; inner door their sisters in Washington, D. C.
American citizens on the ir- I I and New York I
revelant and irrational basis ol The i'nstallationWaS held City. Miss Augus- ELECTRONICS
by II ta Mae is
the a student of Booker T
,
race Dr. Tobias continued. ;, illustrious District Deputy Washington and is
also
"Fiifly years sago, the national) Dt.. Marie White. It was Interest-I I beauty culture under taking
policy, as enunciated by the Su in; and informative1': The Deputy Gwenloyn Lee will her mother. 1208 N.W. 62nd Street
preme court in 1896, was that gave a good lecture to the newly, this attend Northwestern -
separate facilities and cervices, installed officers and to the Dt. Happy to year.
if 'oaual' were Ruler. She eaid she see Mrs. Delores Ed- RADIO
constitutional. her hoped undei r wards, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. TV PHONOGRAPHSSALES
leadership the
"Largely because temple would Augustus Ceasor I
of the success grow to back in their
greater
of our activities, life for the drow heights. Dt. Mul beauty salon. SERVICE
I Negro in America today is fax proceeded thanked! to outline the deputy and 'Mrs.. Edna MrOl llan- rPnnrl"or. I

different from what it was in for the her.__plans..., Mrs. Mary Smith, president
aeUvitiH n1 f.hA..... ......
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uiocm ior the next six months. :CaWPL 4-7318
ana despair nave given Magnolia HospitalIt
way to confidence and hope. All, daughters are asked to be
Lynching, which at the turn of present at the next meeting that was four to
the one in favor of t
century was a twice-a-< these 'Plans
week can be discussed ana girls at Magnolia
Roman holiday, is now rare," he put into effect. week. Lovely Hospital last

asserted.Dr. born to Mrs. Izetta daughters were TERMS .l.... ."
I Tobias pointed out that Dt. Pinkie Lowe Is recuperating Frank Poe, Mrs. Murray, Mrs. '
Negroes now at home after her, Thelbert John- '* *
sojourn FAST
occupy positions in at akin and Mrs. Charles SERVICE t.
private industry end public service Mt. Sinai hospital.'COCOA.COLA 7 Ib. 4 Dennis. A
oz.
which were undreamed son was born to Mrs. 9 '
of SIP Inez Burgess. a.m. 9 p.m. "
SO years ago.AMERICANISM, Hospitalized

OF NAACP The rVwa.rWo fUn urffl X* t., Mat surgery were at Mrs.Magnolia Essie Mae for TUBES CHECKED FREE
the Range Funeral Home on Jones, Mrs. Katie Wright
"The philosophy; or the 17th ave. and 53th st., Sunday James Brown, Moses Wright, Mrs.and 10% DISCOUNT ON ALL PARTS
NAACP," Dr. Tobias noted, "1* July 28 from 5 to 7 Invita Charlie Mack. All are
deeply rooted in Americanism, tions are In the r..m. out rapidly.Medical recuperating -
and (particularly the humane end and enjoy a cool, refreshing ev patients Included JUNE Summer
Mrs.
equalitarian ening with the Antonio Special JULY
principles of the beautiful daughters George, Jerry Blash, Mrs.
Abolition movement. The spiri i of Greater Miami No. 769 as Marjorie Myers, Miss Ada Wil
tual progenitor of our movement hostesses. The program chairman, l Hams and -Mrs. Elnora CALL OR COME
was William Dt. Nellie Graves Magnolia Collins IN
Lloyd
Garrison and promises a ) Hcspital reports all TODAY
not his contemporary, Karl Marx. beautiful musical program f o I progressing nicely. are
"From the outset, the NAACP your pleasure.

recognized could, be first, that its objectives Choose the words you use with ,: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: .. "?" ":"':' ."".'."",.,. ,,,, 'h._...._. ... . .
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SATURDAYJULy25, 1959 W\* ,*'PAAGE \
TOTAL $IS4;600 .:. 7r; i':

NEW YORK A total of
BY ELLIOTT J. PIEZE $154,612 in Freedom Fund mon
-ey was reported at the 50th anniversary *
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convention of the THE 'EVIDENCE
MAYOR HIGH OPPOSES MIAMI SUMMER PLAYERSTO'SHINDAUG. NAACP which closed here today :
MERGER .. 21 Of the total $45,000 came'
from the churches in response to
Miami'Mayo' Robert King High Under the leadership of thevery a drive launched,, by Dr. J. Ray- STACKS UPhere's -
vowed 'on Monday of this ,week talented Raymond D.- Aran- mond Henderson, pastor of the
that he Iwill do everything pos- ha, the 'Miami Summer Players, Second Baptist Church of Lot \
,sible to kill a proposed mergerof a group of ooUegiate dramatic Angeles.An : no, Gin like
the City of,Miami with Metro. players will ''Present three spectacular additional $109,000 was;
Charging that the (proposed one-act 'plays on Friday credited to branches at the annual "
merger violates the concept of evening, Aug. 21, at 8 o'clock: at Freedom Fund report din
the Metro 'charter, Mayor High St. Agnes Parish !Hall 1740 NW ner ''held at the Waldorf-Astoria, GORDON'Sj
said: "A Metro Commission was 3rd court . "Get That Thunderbird July 16. A collection of $612 was .
never intended to substitute itself ," a comedy by Aranhx, also taken up at the dinner.
for that of any city." himself, "To The Second World"a Presentation of the church
tragedy, also by Aranha, and contributions was made at the
Only last month Mayor High "Gangsters Over Harlem," a melo- Wednesday night session July 15 .
cast the deciding vote in the
" city drama by (Randolph Edmonds of at which representatives of the ,
commission to put the merger Florida A and M University, are principal denominations made, \
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J plan on the ballot in the Novem- the three plays that will be (presented inspiring addresses ,and :pledged
ber general election. The i
Mayor >
on this occasion.A continued of the .
support NAACP
,. I explained that he voted for the .
proposal in June in order to give graduate of Booker T. Wash. Speakers included Bishop William j
the public the right to express its Ington High' School and a tens J. Walls, AMEZ Church;
. feeling on the matter. lor at FAMU, Aranha has already Dr. William Holmes Borders.
been a dramatic enthusiast He president, fraternal Council of 1
City Commissioner Otis Shiver was a member of the famous Negro Churches; Bishop George
who has been frequently at odds PAMU players which travelled as DW. Baber, AME Church, and
\' with the mayor on major issues, far as Africa presenting various Bishop B. Julian Smith, GME ,
is the father .of' the plan to playa Church.Dr. !
, ,abolish the city commission and Henderson, 'who conceived '
let the Metrp Commission take An evening of fine dramatic and conducted the project, pre- a A
over the functions. entertainment Is In-store for all sided. Of the sum raised by the
who attend. Don't forget the date churches, $11,000 was conrtilbut- h
R The proposal wu originally -It's Friday evening, August 21 ed by Dr. Henderson's Los Angeles j
scheduled togo before the MI. at 8 o'clock at 8t' Agnes Paris I church. .
.ml voters In the 'November 17 and children under 12, 60 cents. r
primary, but the date was chang Tickets are on sale by members 9 ?
ed last week over Shiver's heated of the Miami Summer Players.
objections, to Nov. 3.
STUDENTS' FAREWELL BALL *YES For Rent
Should the voters abolish the SEPTEMBER 4 -
'city commission on November 3, ,
It still would be necessary to The Annual Students Farewell FURNISHEDEFFICIENCY
elect a mayor and two 'commissioners Ball will !be held on' Friday evening APTS.
on Nov. 17. The merger Sept. 4 at 10 o'clock at the
would not be effective until July Harlem Square 'Ballroom. In 16.00 Per"Week f'
1, 1960, under the Shiver plan. keeping ,with long established
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, traditions, the ball will present a 0 Freb Gas
The question of abolishing the rousing sendoff to all of the students 0 Free ElectricitvO
city of Miami and subordinating from Miami and vicinity "
," its functions under the Metro Free Water
who will be leaving for the college .
Commission, has been discussed of their choice during the O Free Stove
4 ,and (kicked arcund for quite some "
months of September or Octcber. 0 Free Refrigerator
time. On the surface, it /would Special recognition will be given
seem to many well meaning these students during the even Newly decorated attractive
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people that it is a good proposition I ing. .
lor the people of Miami. But furniture r.Ilalaty
when ne digs beneath the sur- Invitations for the Farewell ,
face, the real intent of the proponents Ball will 'be in the mail by Aug.' 4190 NW.: 32nd Ave.

is seen. It's the same old 15. And as usual, anyone who has .IM IIOfia iiM WN N fII40IIfl Iidl N ..ua......!..L
the to received
story, "Big Boys" trying not his invite by .Aug.
push through a master scheme 22, is asked to caU in person or I
which would benefit them thru phone the downtown office of the \t: ,:: =
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various tax dodges, !but which in Miami Times where he will receive -

the final will prove to be a tragie invitations for himself and For The,Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
detriment to the average man his (friends. This time you may
on the street. make table reservations at the
office, 1112 NW 3rd ave.
Don't fall for it; it's a master :
scheme well worked out and )twill B >MrAGENCY ED COLLECTION
do harm to the average citizen of 100 ,Boys NeededOne ; :
!Miami. Vote against the proposed ,
merger on Nov. 3, and let's main- hundred boys from the
tain Miami's autonomy as a city. Greater Miami 'area are neededto '
take advantage of the wonderful -
VACATION TIME 18 HEREOn opportunity in boarding Inc.
camp at Lake Placid. Vrs:
this Saturday, July 25, I The Carver Branch YMCA, has ,
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will leave on my annual vacation.I'll a modern and wen-equipped _
be gone for two weeks and camp 150 miles north of Miami
will return to my' official dutieson on U. S. 27. The camp consists of
Monday, Aug. 10. In! a change miles of beautiful white sand The largest collection and rental -'' ,
from vacation trips during the bottom lake, well-equipped play- .
past three years, this year, I will ground areas, spacious cabins a in.the-South operating in r.
not take my usual trip to Nassau, new infirmary and a modern uagency .
but instead will visit the island of well-equipped kitchen-serving % ,, w
Bianini, which, as I understand good food. Dade and Broward Counties' Negro "
is a very dine vacation spot.
The camp is under, the supervision j.
While I'm away, my old Iron- of trained counselors. One Housing areas. ti a
side, Joe Walker, the Gospel adult counselor and one Junior
Blind -(Boy, will substitute for me counselor to each ten boys. TIme .
on my morning and afternoon is running out! Enroll your L. L. BROOKS, PRESIDENT

newscasts on station WMBM. youngster today The camp dates MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
And Henry Young will do a ,bit are Au,. 22-29. Register at the
of filling in for me at the office YMCA 5770 NW 15th ave. Tele-
of te Miami fTimes. This year, phone OX 60231. The YMCA is 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND-
much different from, those of the a member agency of the United
past, I'm making II real effort to Fund. BROWARD COUNTIES
get in some much needed rest In
order that I can better serve you j
when J return.. So I'll be feeing Drive Carefully i t ,

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'I""r ';x: : y,", $ I I card club? What about the guests I SATURDAY 25
JJJLY 1959
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their "-
friends
i and ? The" regulars " ...
Around MiamiBy ShOUld pay for membership and S

I these persons are entitled to use 'LL
I the same room because they bye
registered and paying, rent .That i i s
DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDUYM..NNNMM.MNNN.NN.N.N.NNNN.N.N.NNNMM way, we are barring the >hot\( \ Richmond Heights FlashesBy

N.NM .. guests. Again I ask you,. how do
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you do that? .
THIS COMES to from 1. '
you ---- ORA D. TALYORA
Nassau, the Vacation spot that is"most I 'fd The main complaint is the trash L'A I '
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that is loft on the patio. I asked 1 '
likely to succeed" as your ___ _.____
favorite place to relax and enjoy m several months ago that a trash Tn.Intrk TO ROOt: GEORGE wishes to remind that Men's,
life. There 'are many things to afraid that they will be criticized can be placed over by the treeso RICHMOND you
HEIGHTSDear Day is the third Sunday In August
see and plenty of night clubs and rather than praised for ttoeir un-v that this: area would be left
fine entertainment. Since I have derstanding and will not step out clean . this was not done. So friend Roble, you came, at 3 pan. The services will be
held
been here this time, I have met and take! a stand for their per- we must assume that since they you worked, you conquered, even at the Baptist Church :.there
in the end, you served God as his church is being built; This
some fine people, and believe me sonal rights and beliefs. are paying three janitors that your
and drive is to help the building fund.
. the natives of Nassau the they want us to leave it as neatly your ;fellowman and tried
nicest are The other main issue is that the as we can for the janitors to hard in spite of life's difficulties All well wishers and friends are
want to people meet. you would ever Negro wants to know that he CAN clean., Well all I've gat to say is and misunderstandings; you asked to be out and bring or senda
go IF he wants to. That be has I hope they miss the "asset" that served as a guiding light for your donation.
When 'we arrived dhickie andI the RIGHT . whether or not they did not realize was there in church, home and communityover Mail any donations to Rev. W.
were greeted by "Peanuts" he ever goes. Just the idea of being tne food and drinks that were the years; evenings some E. ,Taylor, 14601 Lincoln Boule-
Taylor, owner of the Chez Paul told YOU CANNOT. Everyone bought. We are all hoping that it times found,you at civic meetings, vard, Richmond Heights.
Meeres Club. Then we took in a white, black, blue or green, will show up in the receipts at or frateniallzlng advocating the
few clubs. First we went to the' wants the freedom to say "I do the end of the wedk. ,We are BUT fatherhood df God and the broth- WPDV15ThQR.S -- Mr. and
Junkanoo on Bay street /where not want to go" . merely be- it will. Of course, we know ,it's erhood of man. Many times, you Mrs. Eddie Bell of Riviera, Palm
they feature native entertainment cause he does not want to and not their hotel! Bi\t we thought it was hid your doubts, fears, misgivings Beach were pleasant visitors at
starring Paul Meeres Jr. and his because he knows he !Will not be fcr us, since we are the majoritywho hardships, disappointments home' of your Scribe on last Fri-
.. wonderful dancing partner andtroupe. treated properly. And believe me stay there. From family and friends, but day. They spent the day at the
In this act Paul dances that is all they want. Ninety-live bared them to the "One who beautiful Lincoln Boulevard
with his two girls, Taffy and Kim percent of us cannot afford lobster never sleepth." Peace be /with you home of Rev. and Mrs. W. E.

and a huge snake which excites from Maine and pheasant I THE JIM JAM will be eternally. Taylor and 'a picnic-reunion) was
the audience. The beat of the under glass. I suggest that the : this +weekend. Seems that Jimmy open held in a beautiful setting of
music in the background seems to only race to be observed is the Hayek has W. C. Baker's band NEW BUILDERS now tropical scenery. They were accompanied -
go on and on and is really entrancing human race. coming in with Little Carol J. builder has come into the picture by little daughter,
All of the clubs have doing the vocals. Go and give of home building in Richmond Juanita, age 2. Mrs. Bell is an
entertainment, but the swinjlng- THE SITUATION on 57th street Jimmy a play and dance to a good Heights. We welcome Green-Ma efficient teacher of Palm Beach
est is, of course, the Chez Paul ,\has been cleared out. It seems band. Flip will be there Builders, Inc. They are building County for many years and taught
Meeres Tropicana Cluto. that cue of us did not own the host. as your i large number of homes on Cor- ,with your Scribe when principalat
property after all, and that a per- al Reef Drive as you enter the Everglades School at Patookee
I don't say that because Ch1 k- mit to make this a four family ieljhts. These homes will be for seven years.

ie and I are worthing there, but dweHllng had been denied, but had built after the clearing, streets,
this club'' captures and keeps the been carried out anyway. Thank I THINK I have said enough, etc. are completed. We were pleased to worship
"down crowd' '(meaning hep cats, you for your cooperation in getting don't you? Better leave some To welcome you -to these spa- with Rev. A. Jones and churchon
entertainers and natives). The little things like this room for the news. It is a news- cious 2-bedroom homes we are last Sunday evening. Congratulations
first show is mild because of the straightened out. It only proved paper. Till net week Dave offering one, week's free rent. on the progress( they
tourists, but Uhe second show is that we can do . when we get says "Live life, every golden '" have made on their building. The
a humdinger and every night the tog r.uMayor". minute of "it." Peace ,MEN'S DAY AT GIBBS CHAP- latest new lighting. Visit this

crowd gets bigger and bigger. EL Rev. W. E. Taylor, active friendly church and help them
Naturally, Peanuts Taylor is the pastor of Gibbs Chapel AME continue their building program.
featured drummer (congas). Bal- Hadley brought a copy Church, North Miami Beach Good church property is a must
lards and of the letter to me, and discussed looUSED
Calypso are sung by for any community
Oils clearance with So
Richie me.
Delmore
and his styling is \
straight from the horse's mouth
loved by everyone.
'we know that it was a job well

There is that fine dancer, done. FOR RENT .
Becky, that I told you about week

When before last and she is just great! What happened in the survey TVs Nine furnished efficiencies
Peanuts introduces Ohickie
for signal! Ughts on 62nd st. between t
and I, you would think that these 12th and 17th ?
ave. ave
people came only to see us, for That survey took, place months Excellent'location 27th Ave. and 56th, St. area
as Chickie makes his entrance, said NO
the house ago, and nothing has been Very clean. All convenience $12 and $13 weekly
comes down and they about it since. Let's find out. Will .
want to let him oft the qb
Jo never
this . Well
keep you posted on '
2773 N.W. 57th Street :
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Mayme got her two cents in after -

I have given' you one side of all. Dave tried to write the Call FR,4-8398
the island picture, which I shall whole column but seeing as how
he had to type it, and said my say LUTHER O. CAREY, 1958 N.W. 3rd Ave.l'
call the happy side. Now for the ,,, "I
"other" side. I have been keep- too ; By the way. In mentioning \

ing my eye on Nassau for quite Sue's Health Center last week .t'..., ... ".
I neglected to tell you, since I
some years nqw . since our ..
didn't 'know, that Blanche Callo-
first visit for the Coronation fes-
tivities in 1953, to be exact . way is publicity director for that FOR SALE
to
and now I am going to talk about establishment. Congratulations
the relations here. There is Blanche and to Sue for her foresightedness -
race
no segregation on the island, asfar This business In meeting venture this should need.) 3 Bedroom CBS House

as going to a movie, restaurant -
night club what have really go places, because they
or you
have excellent services, references COMPLETELY FURNISHED, LOOKS LIKE NEW
with
-yet segregation) abolished
there is still segregation on the and the personality;: for making 0 VERY EASY TERMS
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you feel welcome.WE
Island. .. .. or I
Take the theatre on Bay sweet,
their HAVE a pretty girl Goodman Real Estate
the Savoy 95 percent of of the 'week this week. ince I
patrons are white/ and light. The don't usually look at the girls

dark skinned man knows he can like the fellows do. So the "pretty 2688 N.W. 62nd Street NE 5-0931
go there, but he doesn't. The restaurants boy" of the week this week u
are the same way. They "Sonny" Armbrister of Nat and
pick the ones that they want togo Sonny's Downtown Barber Shop
to in the "darker" areas. The . Kenny Drew closed the Sir I
vacationers pay no heed to the John Lounge on Sunday night, .
fact that the ntte clubs are inter- they tell me, all because they .
racial, tlhey seem to "let their would not give an excellent entertainer .
hair down" and have a ball with a raise. The place was S
I. their dark brothers. Some stay full every night. I know becauseI 0 / 0Y LOTS
longer than they had planned and watched it. In fact, I have sat .
, even go so far' as to fall in love there several nights myself justto .!iiKt

! with and marry natives. I know bear this swinging group, and '.fo -
for a fact that some of these very you know I don't usually goof
,! persons, about whom speak, are over a combo. I think it is a 5. $850.00 and Up :
from Georgia, Alabama North shame*that they do not realize the .'
and South Carolina, Mississippiand value of good entertainment that 5
other Southern states of our must be paid for bringing busi- j .
United States. They come here ness to an otherwise "dead" club. WE HAVE THEM '
and do things they would never {
vdO at home and are happy doing THEY HVE stopped '0" r d .

,R11, them. playing on the patio of the Sir Single Family and
I em saying this mainly to'say John asaln. Seems everytime! the Duplex .

that if segregation was abolished hotel gets halfway filled, they .
,, in the states it would be the same find an excuse' to stop tbe games.
as Nassau as far as clubs, restaurants The excuse this time was that the 0 Cash and Terms
1 and movies are concerned. games were not an asset to the ,
t The white man would not haveto hotel. They may not be an asset,
fear the (Negro crashing Into 'but they'definitely are not detri- .
Mhb! world" because Negroes mental, since the guests in the
automatically segregate them- hotel play, just like everyone
selves. else. No one is barred from these TV Service Specials Phone now for many'are priced below
They would not go downtown toe games. There is no gambling and 21" Picture Tube 24.95

e a movie. They would still go tot I it is more ar less a relaxing past- 6 Year Warranty Market and will be sold quicklyALL
the Capitol Bunche, Ritz and the time for people stopping over or
Ace and could not afford to go to vacationing since the city: is so
the big night clubs. The average dead otherwise during these ARE IN BEAUTIFUL SOUTH DADE AREA

,. man does not have the money. :months TV JOE INC
v (Course, there ain't DO guitar i
;'.' plucking the blues). So why H I It may not be an asset that fRED AlLUOff" REAL ESTATE
......: the fuss about segregation? There 'carries any bearing, but I have
\ would really be no trouble about sat there and watched food sold 5211NE 2nd Ave.
'.. it if these people would stop and eaten by the $10 worth, and '
worrying bout what their friends beer and ,pints smothered, as they ,CEdac.... 54)833) Perrine, Florida
would say about a friendship with call it, will get you.. beat In the Phone PL 1-8571 ."

a Negro: That .is the fear that is game. They promised to fix up a Open Dally to 9
card room, but it would be for .
most prominentMillion of are only 'members only. Nay bow do you .. . '

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.. ::'" ., I') .r.' Dr. H. C. McDowell, pastorA. 1835 N.W. 54th Street
E. McNeal, reporter Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr., viear

Susan Duller, reporterWe
The .Dorsey Junior High Sum-
mer Choral group was superb in will begin our summer ser
its rendition ol the following selections vices with the following scheduleon
of "Glory to God,* Sunday, July 5 thru the last

"Ohamlin Songs" "Rock 'n Jeru- Sunday in September.

salem" and "Heavenly Light"
under te direction of William SUNDAYS
Johnson. Solemn Sung Mass 'and ,
Sermon ........................ 8:45: am.
Rev. McDowell held his audi Church School and Bible

ence spell bound with his discourse Class .......................r..... 10 ajn.
on the "Samson, Eyeless In E. Y. C. Meeting ............ 5:30: pjn
ST.. MATTHEW AMEZ Gaza." Each Sunday before the Solemn Evensong and

utHE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" regular service, he always have a Sermon ............................ 1 P-01-
I Services every Sunday most interesting sermonette for WeekdaysLow

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1959 1450 N.\V. 69th St. the children in attendance at Mass: Wednesday mornings
Phone FR 1-4949 church before they go to their and All Saints Day 6:30: ajn.The .

Sunday School............... 9:45: am Sunday School classes.. I of
Elizabeth's Chapter
ANTIOCH BAPTIST SPIRITUAL MISSIONARYNext Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m. ,The Fellowship extends a the Episcopal St. Churchwomen of
Evening Service ........ 7:30: p.m. all''
genuine Christian welcome to the Incarnation is sponsoring a
Rev. E. D. Richardson, pastor Sunday, July 26 the persons to visit our church at 11 Trip Around Border"' on Friday,
Minnie T. Copeland reporterSunday church will observe Women'sDay. FIRST UNITARIAN ajn in the auditorium of the July 24. Buses leaving the parish
The will
morning speaker
The "James Freeman Seventh Day Adventist School, hall, 1701 NW 69th st at 8 p.m.
School at 9:30: Bro. be the Rev. Sister ElizabethGray w sermon,
NW 50th street and 25th ave. Out adults 50 cents
discussion of Admission $1.00 ,
Clarke will be
a
C 1mer, in charge. and the evening 'speaker ,
'doors to all people andit
are open children. Come and see the
the life of noted religious liberal for
'Our pastor will be in charge Will be Sister Catherine Pratt the :
desire to an at-
is provide
our for such small
cities
of the morning and evening ser- wife f Rev. O. Pratt of Miami: We given by the Rev. Walter C. Jolly , in which there is no various a
'mons. are looking forward to interesting ,guest minister at the F Irs t msphere consciousness of anything other sum. I'm sure you will enjoy

At 3 p.m. the No. 1 usher board programs at both services. Unitarian Church, Dixie Highwayat than the oneness of man under yourselves.: Chapter chairman,
Mrs. Simon P. Knowles.OnSunday .
SW 29th road Sunday July
on ,
will' telebrate: its 18th anniversary his for
God and spiritual
.'The (Rev. W. H. Fayson will The pastor wishes to thank the: 26, 11 am.Following. quest July 26 our Sister
officers and members of Spiritual truth and salvation. Church, St. Ann's, Hallandale,
'be the speaker of the hour. We
Missionary Baptist Church for the service, a lun- will celebrate its Patronal Festi-
Invite this service.
you to attend cheon will be given by the Uni- with solemn at 11
Choir No. 1 and the junior their unanimous election of himas SALTER'S CHAPEL val sung mass
their pastor Monday tarian Church School sponsors a night
ushers' (will serve In the morning July 13. The church an4. himself The program will include a report Rev. H. J, Benson, pastor Churchmen cf the Incarnation "'
Choir No. 2 and usher board No.
appreciate the effort of the ''RevL. on religious education by Ruth Twiggs, reporter will sponsor a bus to transport
2 twill in the evening.Visitors
/ serve
are always welcome. A. Thompson for conducting the Mrs. Ena Williams, co-chairman On Friday night, July 17, Pre- persons who would like to go. '
of the Division of Church School
election. siding Elder W. B. Coffey held The bus will leave the church,
Education and her attendance at
1835 NW 54th street immediately -
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST Sister Elcena Gorden is still ill the Summer Unitarian Instituteat his third quarterly conferencewith :following the 8:45: am. Mass.
all boards their
1571 N.W. 68th Terrace We wish for her a speedy recov Blue Ridge, NjC. making Admission 125.
and
-written financial
Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor ery. :At 12:30: that same day, the reports.

Mrs. Hazel Levan, reporter Liberal Religious Youth group Sunday School began at 9:30: The St. Theresa's Chapter of
Rev.
Mr. Hutcheson has
suc- will hold and at the Episcopal Churchwomen of
a picnic meeting
4i m. with Mrs. Agnes Davis in
(There :will 'be another sale at ceeded the late (Rev C. C. Gray Crandon Park.BETHANY. charge.' At 11' a.m. the messagewas the Incarnation is sponsoring
the home of Miss Alice Johnson, who has served the Church as delivered by the Elder and Miss Cassandra Hanna in a piano

7159 NW 16th ave. on Saturday, pastor loyally and sincerely in a BAPTIST was very inspiring. His pulpit assocIates recital on Sunday, July 26 at the
25. sacrificial manner for many years. church from 5 to 6 Sub-
,July were Rev. Hicks, Rev. C. pjn.
On last Wednesday evening our The new pastor is the son of 3078'N.W.. 45th St. H. Williams and Rev. A. Gallon scription: Adults $1.00, children
pastor opened the 28th session ol the Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Hutcheson Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor 35 cents Chapter chairman, Mrs.
the Sunday School and BTU Sr. of Eleuthera, Bahamas, Sis. Marjorie Shelby, reporter Another message was deliveredby Thelma McDonald.The .
convention with a very inspiring and received his training for the the Elder at 7 pjn. His sub-
Sunday School......... 9:30: am. Saints Ann-Margaret
message. His text was "The" Re- Christian ministry at the American Morning Service ............ 11 ajn ject was "Let "Us Run The Race Chapter of the Episcopal Church-

sults of Prayer In Faith. Baptist Theological Seminaryand BTU ................................ 5:30: pjn With Patience. Four /were add- women of the Incarnation is
ed to the church. Ushers No. 1
On last Monday evening Mrs. graduated :with a bachelor' Evening Service ............ 7:30 pan sponsoring! A Night of Games on
and all choirs combined to ren-
Meadows gave away a hand degree in theology. He was called Service. Thurs. 7:30
Prayer :
p.n Friday, July 31 at the home ot
der service for the day.
and !Mrs. Rosalie
made
pillow to ordination at Nashville, Tenn., Mrs. Louise Bradley, 1870 NW
Harris: was the lucky recipient. I the home of .his alma], mater at MARTIN MEMORIAL AME You are always welcome at 55th st., 8 p.m. Admission free.

New Bethel was well represented Spruce Street Baptist Church in. Salters. There will be all sorts of games.
at the convention /with July, 1948. Richmond Heights Eats and drinks will be on sale.

four delegates. Miss Diana Mc Rev. Albert Jones, pastor You can have a fine time at ,"A.

Cartney, Miss Alice Johnson,, ST JAMES BAPTIST Services on last Sunday were Invites Public to Night of Games" party Come and "

Eugene Williams and Arthur Rev. J, L. Johnson see II!
pastorSunday deeply inspiring. Our pastor de-
Tucker. They attended all the Services livered a most heart warming Question' Religion The St. Vincent Acolyte Guild
sessions which Wed- is its second annual
began on :Sunday:) School ......,9:30''' ajn message at our morning worship sponsoring
nesday morning.: Morning Worship ........ 11:00: am and choir No. 2 rendered music Muhammad's Temple of Islam Womanless Wedding Monday,

We are asking your prayers foz BTU ................................ 8:30 pm while usher board No. one serv- No.., 29 offers the public some- Aug. 3 at the parish hall at 8
Rev. Taylor who has been on the ed. Mother Osceola Hall the thing no church or Temple' has pjm. Come and see the gorgeous
Evening Worship ............ 7:30: pan ,
'
skik' list but is now doing a little Visitors always welcome mother of our 'church presentedthe ever done that is the opportunityto bride, Vincent :Albury. Admis-

better. Pray for the sick.. 323 N.W. 14th St church with a beautiful bible. the teachings of Islam sion 75c.adults, children 50 c.
Mother 'Hall' who' has been on Sunday afternoon at 2 pjn.The Wilfred Barry, master of cere -
MT. TABOR BAPTIST MT. ZION A. M. E. the battle field for Christ manya topic will be "Who Is The Original mony-director. You must come to
man." There will also be a get the molt laughs of the year.
Mrs. Lois Hicks, reporter year, and is now 89. feels that
22nd Ave! Corner 152nd/ St. l. meeting Sunday night 8 o'clockat
NOTE: Visitors are always we> she should leave something in net
the Masonic Hall 941 NW 3rd
Opa Locka remembrance. I am !sure! I vole
come. Order of Service Rev, C. J. Jenkins, 'pastor the sentiment of the entire ave. Resurrection.Subject, "The" Mystery of Advertise It Pays!

Sunday School....................... 9:3(G Sunday School............... v:30: ajn. church when I say "thanks again The
Morning 'worship ,11:00 Morning worship ............ 11 'ajn Mother Hall. ____n ..n___

BTU ,....,................................... 5:30: League ................................ 5'1\ p.m Friday will terminate the district -I
'Evening worship .................... 7:30 Evening worship ................ 7 pjn.: Sunday School convention ,Do you own property in the Bahamas

being held at St. Paul's Churchof
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMrs. ANTIOCH BAPTIST Coconut Grove and our pastor
Would you like to sell-or buy?
Frances Baumgartner, Rev. 0. W. Foster, pastor will deliver' the message for the
members of the (Horticultural A. L. Johnson, reporter evening worship, choirs 1 and 2
will !'rehder' music 'and usher WRITE TO
Study Society will lead the dis-
,
In unity board No. 1 will Rev. is
we are worshippingwith serve.
'cusslon at the Baha'i Center, 137
the Shiloh Baptist Church. asking as many members as pos-
NW llth 26 S
ave. Sunday July
'
Sunday's lesson sible to attend SANDS REALTY
Her subject will be "Freedom theme .was,
,From Fear and Worry." "Blessing For an Alien" ( ''Mrs.- Ella Jones has Just returned
Ruth
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The devotional from the
service. Missionary
Tea will be served at 6
p.m. ritually all Quadrennial convention P.O. Box 1147 Nassau Bahamas
followed by a social hour and the day. and will) ..
discussion.: Everyone is invited to Antioch No. one usher board give us the highlights" at a ,late
participate. was on duty at the morning and date.
evening service. Our Junior choir The Women's Auxiliary to the

NEW MT. CALVARY rendered music and our pastor trustees is sponsoring a beach
preached a very inspiring sermon I party August 22. Please give us

Rev; W. P. Tarpley, pastor taken from the 108:1 Psalm. your support and see one of the
Betty Lois' McIntosh, reporter \lAt 3 pjn. the'church celebrated ladies for your ticket.
Its 29th anniversary with the Visitors are always welcome at CashDownBUYS
Sunday School was opened at St. Luke Baptist, Church, Rev. P. our church. Won't you come and :$5,990
the usual hour by our faithful! W. Williams in charge. Sermon worship with us.'EBENEZER ,

Supt. Deacon N. Miller Sunday by his associate minister, Rev.
School :was dismissed by Little Alfonso Stanfield. : METHODIST

Oppia J. Smith. The lesson was At 6 pjn. BTU was called'' to ; NEW 3-BEDROOM CBS HOME
reviewed by Rev.: Martin. Morn- order by the directress. Group Rev. Aaron D. Hall, pastor

ing prayer and devotional ser- discussion was "Mission Field at Ernestine L. Harabrick, reporter
PLUS A 4-UNIT FURNISHED APT.
vice was conducted by Deacon my Door." At 7 pm. the spirit Services were high in spirit
Oliver Slaughter.The was high as Shiloh's No. 21' choir throughout the day on Sunday. '
'Rev. :LeRoy Jackson delivered rendered service. Their associate ; More monies were reported in HOUSE IN TOP LOCATION

the morning message, minister Rev. E. D. Dinnes behalf of the Women's Day which
subject "Jesus Paid it All. We preached out 'Of his soul. was observed last Sunday. Close to N.W. 7th Ave.

enjoyed a soul stirring message. Pastor Griffin is on our sick The Vacation Bible School is *
One member joined our Christian list. We hope for him a speedy 'underway- and will come to a

band. Deacon Miller prayed. recovery, also the- rest of our close Saturday with the annual ,: In Edison Center Area
for the sinners. Shut-ins. school picnic which will be held

Evening prayer service and I at the Virginia Key Beach. Buses 'w.
devotional service were led by TRINITY WESLEYANRev. will leave the church at 10 am. o r
Deacons Rowells and Slaughter. Admission is 75 cents for adults
The" evening message was delivered George E. Johnson, pastor and children free. OWNER-FR 3-3654 .
by Rev. Martin. The fulfillment Mrs. Phyllis Andrews reporter 'Senior usher board No. 1 Invites -

of Christian Joy. It Sunday School .................. 9 a.m you to attend its Organ
a soul touching sermon coming was corning worship .................... H:0 Recital on Sunday afternoon at FOUNDATION 'INVESTMENT'COMPANY
from our own young pastor. Two Young People's Meeting 5 p.m 4 o'clock at the church.
,were restored their membership Sunday is Youth Day at
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Ebenezer, and you are Invited to
worship with them throughoutthe
14 th Ave. and 69th Street day.

Your Vote is Needed Bunday School 030 nm You are urged to pray for and 1208 Ainsley Bid
Morning Service: ............ 11:00'a.m.. visit the sick and shut-ins. g.i .
:Register Today! Westminster Fellowship' 6:00: IUD 'I Visitors are always welcome( to I
Evening Service 8 pjn. worship at the Friendly Church.



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,CALVARY BAPTISTRev. Revival ServiceThe ST. FRANCIS XAVIER THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peopled N.wn>'aper?

Phyllis. E. M.Myers Thomas, reporterIn pastor New Hope Primitive Bap.. N.W. 4th Phone Ave.FR and 9-1424 16th Terr. I,SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1959 ,:?*m, 'f.O' m.:,;PAGE mf 11

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tist Church, 1301 NW 1st place, MASSES W

;! the absence of our beloved is now in revival. The preaching Daily .......................-......... 8 SJD, '
pastor, Sunday School began at service :will be conducted by'' the Sunday....... 7 a.m. & 8:30 ton MT. HERMON A. M. E. Musical '
the usual hour with Bro. Grady Rev. T. W. Samuels a graduate
Mann, ,superintendent, in charge. oi Booker T. Washington! High Opa Locka Extravaganza at. Mt. I
The subject of the lesson {was, School and Bethune-Cookm.an ST. LUKE BAPTIST Rev. Samuel Gay, 'pastor .
"Blessing For tan Alien." College, receiving his (B. S. degree Publicity Committee Zion ,July 26
A soul-stirring devotional ser- from the latter. Rev. Sam-
vice ,was conducted by Deacon uels is presently pastoring Mt. CELEBRATES Sunday, July 26 during the Don't miss the Musical Extra-
Smith at 11 (followed Henry ,Be- Zion Baptist Church of Eustis. morning worship our youth will vaganza Sunday July 26 at MtZiorl
lin, subject "Contrary Winds. He is also an instructor in the MEN'S DAYTr be in charge of the services featuring Baptist Church, 301 NW
St. Matt. 1424.: Rev. Belin (was a high school there, and ds recorg- the church of tomorrow 9th St., 3 pjm. to 6 pm.
visiting minister from Mississippi. i nized as an able gospel minister. All youth are invited to attend Come and witness a program
The public is invited to hear him this service. Our guest speaker destined to be highly entertaining -
At 7 pjm. devotional servicefor during the week ot July 27-31 will be Miss Blanche Saunders, t both musically and spiritually. -
the evening was opened with Rev. H. C. Samuels is pastor of 1959 graduate of.B, T, Washing Music will be soul-searching
Deacon Murphy in charge., No. 1 New Hope and Mrs. Evelyn ton. and satisfying. The city's best
choir rendered the music. Thenight's Granger is reporter The pastor's wife, Mrs. S. L choirs end choruses have been
delivered Gay, celebrated her birthday on obtained for your enjoyment.
by
message was the 15th of July. She received Everyone is invited to come
Rev Stephens, our assistant pas- Usher Union At many gifts from the membersand and hear "Zion's Songs, Sung in
tor.An thanks came from both oJ'' Zion's Land",
invitation is extendedto New
open Hope BaptistOfficers them. The program is sponsored by
the public to come and Worship Visitors are always welcome.. Mt. Zion Baptist Church choir
with us on next Sunday. and members of the I \' No. 2, Charles C. Miller, president
Junior and Senior Ushers Union .. f TEMPLE BAPTIST Marie Randolph, chairman of
Church of TransfigurationEpiscopal Asscciation are urged to be present ; Event; Rev. Edward T. '''Graham,
( ) at the monthly program to be Temple was host to the 28th annual minister. JulyW
held Sunday afternoon at 3
session of the Sunday
2371 N.W. 152nd Terr.
Ven. John E. Culmer o'clock. Competition will be between School and Training Union Con- ST. PHILLIPS CATHOLCThe
I the senior ushers of New gress of Atlantic Coast Baptist
priest in charge Hope Baptist and the ushers of Association last week. The pas- second annual king land
Stanley Sweeting, reporter New Mt. Moriah Baptist. The tor wishes to thank and congratulate -. queen contest of Opa Locka !was
Services every Sunday program will Abe held at New Hope the Housing Committee, held Sunday, July 19 at St. Phil-
Morning worship .................... .9:30: Primitive 'Baptist, 1301 NW''' 1st Kitchen Committee, the Decoration lips Catholic Church. The affair
Sunday School ...................... 1O.JO place and the date is July 26. REV. O. W. FOSTER Committee and all others was sponsored by the Ladles

Lay Leader William Jackson David Hudson, president The services for this occasion done.who cooperated in a job well Guild.
held the order of Rev. H. C. Samuels, pastor and will The
morning worship began July 20 gloss On Sunday the pepplewill program began with the
to a representative gathering Mrs. IT. L. Ellison, reporter July 27, 7 p.m. sing during young the mOn, crowning of the king and queen.
's of worshippers. The services The public is cordially invited I service. The combined choirs will The king, Grafton,Otis Ambrose,
. were reverent and Inspiring, :full 6th AnnversaryYou to attend this and all of our ser present the monthly fourth Sunday 14221 NW 23rd 'place and the
of divine holiness. vices. I queen Pamela Darville, daughter -
service during the ten-
Flowers !were placed upon the are cordially invited tt II song of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel
ing. Plan to spend the da at
The 27 /
morning speaker July
altar for Jerry Pinder by his Darville of 1881 NW 14th terr.
join choir No. 2 of St. Paul AME Temple
will be Atty. L. E. Thomas at 11
family, whose birthday! was observed Church, 19th st. and 4th ct., in Each received a ,$29 saving bond.
Sunday, July ,19. celebration of its anniversary am. MT. SINAI BAPTIST The second prize, a portable radio -
Mrs. Ann Jones of Opa Locka Sunday, July 26 at 3 p.m. The evening speaker will be ,was won by G. V, Browning,
registered her name for member- Refreshments will ibe served. the Rev. O. W. Foster, first vice Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastor son of Mr. and Mrs. L. V. BrownIng -
ship into the Mission, and immediately Let's have a good old fashioned moderator of the Florida East D. B., reporterWe of 15901 NW 17th ct. The
began accepting ,her time together. Coast Association and pastor of third 'prize, a flash camera, was
responsibilities and support to Mrs. Eva Richardson, Pres. Antioch Baptist Church, Miami Mt. Sinains enjoyed very won by Michael Wells, ion of Mr.
the Episcopal Women of the Rev J, D. Washington pastor and Ebenezer Baptist Church ol good services all day. I believe J and Mrs. M. Wells of 1961 Rut-
Church of the Transfiguration Tallandale.The am safe in saying that we who land st. The other contestants
r I attend Sunday School love It. were Carol Ann Gowan, daughter -
Senior Lay Reader James E. :J men have outlined a won- Being the first service of the of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Go-
Lucas was absent (from his HARLEM SQUARE derful program for your satis- day, our minds are fresh for receiving . wan of 2501 NW 160th at., Frank
duties due to a Veteran of Fore- faction and benefit. and giving out truth Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert -
ign Wars meeting in Key West. SWEET SHOPA concerning the lessons from time Davis of 164DO NW 19th ave.,
Mrs. Lucas, :iMr. and Mrs. Her- Everyone who attends this to time. It was a wonderful les and Patrick K. Lewis, son of Mr.
bert Miller and other friends PULL LINE OP GROCERIES meeting will certainly be inspired son Sunday, many truths and and Mrs. Walter Lewis, 16441
also made the trip down to the COLD so come and enjoy a wonderful morals could be presented from NW 19th .
CUTS COSMETICS ave.Recitations
Island City. day at St. Luke, 1809 NW 6th the subject of the lesson. I I wantto
Talk around the :Mission is the 208 N.W. 10th Street ave. unge all members to come to and solos added the
approaching Fatronal Feast ban Rev. Pk W. Williams Is the pas- Bible class /when you can, much finishing touch to the program
quet. Preparation is (being made 1 tor. can be learned by listening, .and followed by refreshments. The
for the occasion. John Johnson, .--------- u_______ I studying. program ended with a' blessing
senior warden of the Mission < The morning service were from our priest, Father John
urges members of 'the Laymen's : I good. The choir renditions were Barfy President. Lillian Ambroseand
League as /well as all other aux- NOW RENTING superb. secretary, Catherine Gowan.
iliares to cooperate to the fullest -
{ Faith in God, a belief in.the
extent to make this
year'sPatronal
Bible, and a steadfast determination -
fete second to none. to lead a Christian Ilf4 in you need us in this Christian

Sunday School brought out a 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments accordance with one's highest Insights battle,
is the best intellectual
sizeable delegation of children.All ,
Houses Stores
developed.
theraphy ever
teachers are to be commended -
Come with us in our worshipful ,
Advertise It Pays!
for their consistent efforts and :
displayed each Sunday with the Brown Sub Coconut Grove services, we need :you

little folk. The young themselves, .
.. -..
these Monitors express an air of Liberty City Downtown '
parenthood while feeding the YE'S-The'
youngsters (with spiritual fodder. ( Best People Live at. : .

Mr. Edwin Rogers, Mission trea- WILSON RENTAL ,AGENCY Inc.
surer, spent a brief vacation in ,
Nassau. ATLANTIC MANOR GARDEN
1307 N.W. 3rd Ave' FR 40116DO

FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST APARTMENTS ,

..Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor
Marie Alford, reporter .

Deacon J. Ross directed the YOU WANT TO KEEP PHYSICALLY FIT ?
Sunday School in its usual order ,32nd Ave. and 42nd. St. ,NorthwestWANTED
and time. The morning devotionswere DO YOU WANT TO REDUCE? ,
led by Deacon S. Han and
Bro. Tucker. The morning message Then, take advantage of these

was delivered by our pastor . .- .-. ... .
Rev. C. J. Burney, theme: OPENING SPECIALSJOIN .
"Nobody But The Lord." Text: I

111 Psalms THE MECHANICAL
!
Devotions for the evening (worship -
,
were led by Deacon Sutton GYM CLUB
Vid Deacon Smith. The evening
message was delivered by Rev.
Paul Freeman. 100 Charter Members Wanted-50 Men and 10,000NEGROES
Usher board No.1 had charge 60 Ladies
of the day'j work, ,while the No.
2 and No. 1 choirs had change of $6:00: Per Month to go to
-...the morning and evening song :

'service It's here! The church'' anni- Also join theMASSAGE ,116 W. F/ag/er Street

versary will climax tonight with
free food for all. All the friends CLUBwhich
and members are invited to help ANDREGISTER
Friendship celebrate a very successful -
anniversary. entitles you to one massage a week TO VOTE

$15.00 per month .

Hours: 10 a.m. to 10 pm YOU CAN REGISTER TO VOTE IF

FOR SALE 1.-You are a American citizen

Brand, New 3-Bedroom LJMKfc 2.You are 21 years of age
3*-You have been. resident of Florida for one
Hardwood Floors, Garage
year.

,2017. N.W. 55th Ter. 601 N.W. 2nd Ave.MiamiFor 4.-You have been a resident of Dade Countyfor "
six months <
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Open Sunday 4-6 p.m. further information call FR 1-2771
If you have moved to a new address within the past

CAPPER CONST. CORP. year, you must register againM1

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: CARDS MEMORIALS lI'V."iiiw - HANNA ,-

; ORG RECITAL.
I l Mention
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The ,St.. Theresa's Guild, a'
CARD OF THANKS ,
i _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _________ ... r ..." chapter of the Woman's ,Auxiliaryof
,We, the family of the late DEATHS nJteturning .... -r: - - - the Church of the Incarnation, '

pr ( recently from a vacation Mrs. James C. (Addle Tate) I 1835 NW' 54th st, presents Cas-
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., in Nassau, Bahamas, were Williams, popular beautician and sandra Hortense Hanna of St.
Mr. and Mts. F. Ross and daughter stylist, left the city via EAL July Augustine's College, in a piano
Range . .' of Liberty City. The Ross' 17 for New York City, her selected recital Sunday, July .26 at 5 ojn.'
arrived home last Monday after vacation spot. Mrs. Williams I Miss Hanna has done two anda
1 Cllfff Hollis of SW 219th St., enjoying a weekend full of (pleas- will be house guest of her half hour: live radio broadcastover
4 rr Goulds, died at< Dade County ant activities among hospitable sister, Miss Pearl Tate, formerlyof station WPTF in Raleigh,
Hospital, on July 20. Survivors islanders. The trip was made via Miami and who will be remembered N.C. She Is a member of-the famous -
are his widow and other rela- PAA. as' one of the first St., ,Augustine's College
tives. Funeral arrangements are "Miss Bronze Miami" winners choir which recently appeared fn

incomplete* Robert "Spot" Taylor is out of sponsored by the Loyal: Buddies. Miami.

Jackson Hospital after sufferinga She will resume business: Aug. 5. Sh's a member of the GammaPsi
of 1310
Mrs. Selena Tucker hand injury chapter of the Alpha Kappa
NW 60th St., died at her residence Mrs. Emma Taylor of Newark, Alpha sorority and Canterbury

on July 21. Mrs. Tucker Miss Cleo Webb, 16341 NW NJ: arrived in Miami to be at Club. Her (program will consist of
has been a resident of Miami for 18th place, Opa Looka arrived the bedside of her sick daughter, compositions by Bach, Chopin,
9 the past 37 years having come home last Sunday via PAA after Mrs. Hilda Collins, and her Debussy, Rachmonoff and God-
'1t +'*: .'. r4A ,' w. here from !her home in Albany enjoying a week's vacation in ,grandchildren, 864 NW 70th st -
Ga. She is member of the
Church of Christ a NW 67th st. Nassau. Relatives and friends are Mrs. Taylor is a member of Mt. ard.She is a graduate of Northwest
credited with making Miss Webb's Calvary Baptist Church on 5th
and 12tfli Parkway. Survivor ern Senior High school and is the
include her son, Albert Tucker, stay a pleasurable one. court, Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-

daughter, Mrs. Rosa Jones, a liam H. Hanna of 1418 NW .69th
Mrs. Esther Campbell returnedto
Mrs. Florence retired It.
granddaughter and other' rela- Cooper, r
tives. Funeral services: which are midwife, has been admitted to Miami Tuesday evening by
Jackson Hospital July 12 for Pan American Airways, after
will be announcedover an

__''__'_''_n_____ ____ un,_,__ incomplete local radio stations.. operation. Mrs. Cooper Is now visiting her mother and other Stop! Look! ListenA
undergoing tests and examina- relatives in the Bahamas.
great revival will be held at
CLIFFORD "Johnny MizenSAUNDERS tions in preparation for the
Sicer0 Andrews of 2129 NW operation Miss Druscilla Thompson was Mt. Olivette Baptist Church 1450
57th st., was pronounced head on NW 1st oourt, starting Sunday
among taking the ,
/ravish to thank friends for the passengers
arrival at Jackson Hospital on
great deeds done for us In. our July 22. Survivors include: his \Harold "Boo" Moss is recuperating flight to New York City by Ne- July 26 and running through
Sunday, August 2, featuring Rev.
.: hour of bereavement. Our tional Airlines Monday nijglht.
special in Jackson
widow, Judy, three daughters, Hospital
W. C, Edcar, pastor of St. Ruth
She will visit her sisters and
thanks to Shaddie Ward and the ; Mesdames Hester Farlow, Anetta after being bedded there for two
Baptist Church Dania and
Mt.
boys, 62nd street friends and weeks. Moss is a familiar figure other relatives and participate In ,
Dent and Queen Mae Riley, a son, Moriah Baptist Church Perrine
the annual family. reunion. ,
neighbors, Francis Funeral Home in Liberty City.
I John, several grandchildren. Mr. Evangelist.. He is
as truly a great
and to those who sent cards, tele-
:. Andrews will lie in repose in the
preacher -
and flowers, the Dorsey I Mrs. Bertha Strachan Alexander "Friday" Moore
grams chapel' 'beginning at 10 ajm. Fri- formerlyof ,
High School class of 1947 and to day until 6:30: pan He will there- Miami now a resident of Bos- popular figure in the Liberty City Music will be furnished by the .
Rev Ernest Williams of N ,e w after be sent to Fitzgerald for ton, visited recently with her :area has decided to spend his vacation I 40-volce chorus of Mt. Olivette
Bethel Baptist Church. final rites and burial. ailing mother Mrs. Strachan, on the home front this year. led by Sister Laura Brown and
Lenora Johnson scheduled to return home this Friday and his two sons will directed by Hubert Taylor We

t .' Eliza Johnson Mrs. Phennie Greer of 107 weekend, expressed a desire to I spend most of the- time fishing on will have good singing, good
!; Victoria' White Hall St., Hartsville, Tenn., diedat come back to Florida at a too the Keys and hunting in the praying, and good preaching. I
'<' Aunts her residence: there on July coon date. Everglades. He is a fanatic whenit Come and have your spiritual I
And Family 22 Mrs. Greer is the mother ofT comes to these two sports. strength renewed. Rev. I. C. I

1 :f Stewart Greer of our city whoIs John Smith of the "old Fifth I ............................................... Mickins is pastor of Mt. Olivette.
,. a teadber at the Dorsey Junior court" Smiths is in Jackson Hos-
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Ii. CARD OF THANKS nigh School. Funeral services for pital undergoing an appendec- Houses For SaleI r

lit f We, the family of the late, I Mrs. Greer will be conducted in tomy. Beautiful Home
now have several
Sartsvllle on Saturday. Condo- very nice 2
,MRS.. ARINTHTAN JOHNSON lences may be sent to 107 Hall Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Poltier, returned and 3 bedroom homes in the new
I: tfash to extend heartfelt On Large Lot
our home Tuesday afternoon Orchard Villa
St., care cf Miss Nannette Greer area. Calla me now
thanks to the many friends and from a honeymoon trip to Nas- for a good deal. Some as low as Your lot be
can
1 neighbors for their kind expressions --.0------------- sau, where they' epjoyed four $1,000 i down payment. a paymenton
of sympathy which, comforted ----, days of fun and frivolity. The this 3-bedroom new 2-
us during our bereavement. Broward Poitiers were guests at the May- CALL E. HARRY DENNYPL
... \ .- baths .
The beautiful florals, cards "r- _
fair Hotel. Mr. Poitier is an employee 7.8250
S letters and telegrams and all County '.L. for Eastern Airlines 480 HIALEAH 'DRIVE ,1227 N.W. 69th Street.
kindnesses
vp.ther, were deeply ap-

predated NewsBy -i 1 Mrs. Linnie Dean, beautidan of The Keyes Co.TU ", Open 3-5 p.m.
1 Special thanks to the Richard- Opa Locka, recently arrived home ,
I Baron JE 8.1340
son Funeral, Home for its efficient 7-7441

t" service rendered and to \. 11' from where a she vacation was guest trip of to relativesand Tampa, -.....................-.................... ..... .... -
tthe pastor and memlberfe of Greater ) friends. Mrs. Dean I
wife of
er Bethel AME Church, and to : Welter Bowe W,
.) everyone for everything. Many .-- -----_. of Linnie's' Beauty Shop.
thanks' and may God ,bless you Anyone wishing sell
to buy
or
t Carver .Ranches: i ,
all.Nieces: I Mr. and Mrs Alvin Walker' Mrs. Vernell Albury was

\ Mrs. Helena Hodge and their baby boy are vacationing among Miamians attending the
!Mrs. Sybil Ramos I in Carver Ranches. They are Golden Jubilee Convention of Bahama Islands Real Estate
Mrs. Virginia Christian guests of Mrs. Walker's mother, the NAACP in New York City
Nephews: Mrs.: Dorine "Gray ;ot'4240 SW July 1319. Mrs. Albury was a
t., .Rev. Jonathan A. Dames 23rd st. The Walkers are gradu- dais guest and represented the Please Contact Edward J. Evans
!Mrs/ Wilton Dames ates cf Dorsey High School, Mrs. Southeast Region .at the Fighting
Walker (Jean Petty), 'graduating Fund for Freedom Dinner held ia
in 1951 and ,her husband in 1947. the Grand Ballroom of the Wal-
Suite
I .' IN MEMORIAM First Lt: Walker is in the army I dorf-Astoria Hotel July 18. 1521 Metropolitan Bank Building
and is stationed at Ft. Lewis,
1 .. In loving memory of our dear II Washington. He expects;, to do Mr. and Mrs. Junious Fortsonand Miami, Florida PHONE FR 7-3281
brother oversea. duty tn Korea, and'sendsa Little Charles, are spending
\, SK LAWRENCE' G. WALTON ,bi,<< hello to his many friends their vacation in Philadelphia,

\ .it who departed. tlhs' life July 21 and classmates* . ..','. Atlantic City and Hartford, Conn.
X957. { .
Iti' And 'tho beyond our understandIng The beauticians west Hotly- Mrs* ManguerltU Ward Davis ,

t. .. wood and Hallandale will presenta and, her four children, Jennie,
f May this set your heart at rest-: Fashion Show and Dance Marguerltte, Charles and Dennis
Somewhere in all His Wisdom Monday, July 27, 9 pjn. at 'the Davis are spending the summer PIANO SICK?

l', v A loving God knows ,best! Paradise Club in Liberia. Call with their family at the home of P
.j, The Walton Family Mrs. Eleanor Bowe for tickets, Mrs. Cleoml Crumptonk 255 NW SEE WM. FINDER
YT7 3-9279 and Mrs. Fannie Wil- 9th st. Mrs. Davis lives In ,Sr. I '

'r f 'CARD OF THANKS liams WA 3-9105. Advance: $1.00at Raleigh, NX!, and teaches In the J
( door 125. public school system there. FOR PROFESSIONAL PIANO A
. This medium is to thank all off AND ORGAN SERVICES N
11- -you 'for your thoughtfulness at aIi. Mrs. Rosena Taylor of 4205( SW
time when it was deeply'apprec- 20th st.:, West Hollywood, will
A .{sated during the illness and death 'celebrate her birthday at her You May 1935 N.W. 153rd St.C
4, of Nathaniel W. Kimball, who home on July 28. Happy birth- Dream Dreams SERVICE I I
4 passed on June 27, 1959. May day to Mrs. Taylor; ,MU 8-3770
: God bless each of you for your and See 'Visions
q, ,' kindness., Mrs. Rosetta Dorsett of 4240

; Lillie M. Kimball, wife, SW 24th et., West Hollywood.and A
,; And Family 'her sister, D. Harris, are Spend- s.P .
ing their vacation in the Bahamas.Mrs. .
; Dorsett is visiting her moth-
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FARRAN'S
CARD OF THANKS er-in-law at Williamstown, Ex- v e PALMISTRY STUDIO

. The family of the late, uma. Madame Farran, life { reader, adviser

GERALDINE' BROWN The Rev. M. H. Wilson, pastpr 4 born with power Mme.. Farran Is nationally .
II I wishes to express its gratitude of Mt. Zion AME Church wishes known, highly reco'mmended.
and thanks for all the thoughtful
: considerations and sympathetic to thank everyone, who donatedto Mme. Farran, the wonder. lady of Miami,
the Silence Rally on Sunday,
: understanding expressed by the MM. Mildred Jones, reporter. has returned to help you with your personal .
friends far and ""'
many near. problems.
.
,
Mrs. Elizabeth'
Melton
Mr. and Mrs. Ann Glover who '7fII"J'
mother Are you unhappy Does bad luck seem
t have been visiting in South Caro- '
lina, have returned, to the city. ".. to follow you? Are you discouraged, sick

CARD OF THANKS Their stay was a pleasant one. ,[ ,.f,:y 1 or 'In Distress Mme. Farran 'removes- evil

,. We, the family SAMUEL FARMER > Only .S2.QO. Money back guaranteed ''
Are you a wallflower? Health and happiness Phone .NE 4-3267 for appointment
wish to extend our thanks to Try one today!
Would you }lke to learn U dance 'If you cannot come 'aen'd- one dollar bills with stamped,
j neighbors and friends for their JAMAICA CANDLE SHOP
I kind gestures of sympathy In our In a private studio : self.addressed envelope for your Solar Horoscope.

: recent bereavement. Your cards, VISIT 6664 N.W. 15th Ave.
r flowers and kind words were of Don Strachan's Dance Studio Take Buses 15 or 24 4500 N.W..27th Ave.mom. .
Miami! 47 Florida
great help in our time of need. ,
The Farmer Family 718 N.W. 16th Avs. PL 7-8768 I


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JULY 25, 1959 PAGE 13 Register ForKindergarten



James E. Scott NowThe Community iiwITY
CI Assclation invites parents L
N ? with pr -. hool children who are
in need bf group care or group pvc .iN" V "IAt'?'.. :
experience to take advantage of
its pre-reglstratlcn service before & 69th 'SK
the September'rush.. NE 5-3513. N.W. 22nd Ave. ....

Registration begins on Monday
July 27 through July 31, from 8 1'.
a.m. to 4 pjn. at James E. Scott FRIDAY .SATURDAY: "Q
Homes, 7200 NW 22nd ave. Pa-
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i rents attend may register either their the childrento Liberty APPLAUD, THE NO. ONE SONG-AND FUN TEAM!

Square Center or the center at
FOR SALE Furnished apt. 1379 'NW 55th James E. Scott''Homes. LOUIS PRIMAL KEELY SMITH ,
rerr. $22.50 a week. Apt. 1. Small group living is essentialso
that each child may receive Individual HIIYIIC l !!'!o c c7C oo] g 4'
Ranches
LOT, Size 50x140 In Carver' SMALL TWO BEDROOM housein attention and be givenan PIcvU*
(West Holljjnvood). A nice quiet residential neighborhood.No opportunity to develop at his I
key lot, next to, corner. Cash 01 calls. See owner at 1385 NW own rate of speed. .
terms. If terms small .dawn pay 75th tern Hours 8 to 10 ajm. and Register your chljd now to assure '
ment. MU 51322. 4 to 6:30: pxn. daily him a place for happy,group i. II !
--- Mr.! experience. For further infonna- r ',
BEAUTY SHOP. Reasonableprice. ROOM. lan or'woman in private tiori call OXford 1-8412 or Plaza ;
In South Miami. Must, sell home,_5710 NW lOtti ave.. 8-4791, 'J !
this week. Wonderful opportunityfor Phone NE ,4.8495.2BEDROOM I ,
a beginning beautician. Call

Mrs.. Moss CE. 5-0777. Including light furnished and water.house$30, HENRY'S TRADING ttvnnf '

2..TOON AIR CONDITIONER. per week. 1346 NW 59th St., Ph. CENTER 10 MORROW *
4-3092 after 6 pin. : :..L-
shop. I
in beauty NA
Used one year 1449 U.W. 3rd Ave. '
Price $75. Call CE" 5-0777. JACK !JONES .
FOUR ROOM, unfurnished home. Men's. Suits ..,......... . $8.95 '
NATIONAL' CASH' Register. $25, $20 week 2511 NW 60th St. Ph. ((75% of Reg. Value) BRIAN DONLEVY + GEORGE IESSaL .

NA 17381. NE 48447. Men's. and Ladies' A C10YER PRODUCTION-A COLUMSIA PICTURE "
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BEAUTY SHOP on 3rd ave' in EFFICIENCIES. ;JJicety furnished. Watches .................,.. 7.95
Miami.! Call YU 3-1823. Holly- As low as $16 per we k. Alto! Open, dally 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.. -

wool, Flay st.rooms, phone! fcr'men FR 42213.only. 520 NW 7th I Fri and Sat to 9 p.m. SUNDAY AND MONDAY

Closed Sundays
Furnished. Lot 50x100
HOME.
Knotty pine, landscaped. Income.' FURNISHED ROOM In good I |
3rd
downtown location 936 NW .
Call
$10,900. Low down payment. 1 1
apt. 1, FR 4-8904. 1 (
PL 7-4758 or PL 7-4291. Night, ave.

OX 1-6165, 2-JJEJ>RjOOM HOUSE furnished Air Conditioned
Miscellaneousi'RAiND and 1-toedroom house furnished. THE
For information come to 1867 NW CAPITOLTHEATRE .
[C"' OPENING! New furniture CHASE
. M TV, radio annex (also see 58th street.
'.our clothing; and shoe barTalns.' ) FOR THEPACE
MUSIC HOUSE OG pi
Any 'suit In the store $3.95. Any .MONROE Sat. M.ldnlte '
coat $1.50. TV $29, radio $3.95, Everything in Gospel Music SUN, THRU THURS. *
iron &8c, fan $1, shoes 29c, Everything for the Church. July 26 -30
dresses 29c. Also see our' "Mr. Hymnals, Furniture 1959 Com Anthony Quinn, In i 18 ONI ,
Fixlt" fcr toaster; Iron radio and mentaries. Mall orders! promptly
TV repairs.' 1346 NW 3rd ave.,' filled 242 NW 8th St., Apt. 5. "THE LAST TRAIN
UN 53157. FR 3-6493, Miami 36, Fla. FROM GUN HILL" UNDERWATER
-. MURDER THRILLER I IIN ,
Dark"
Toasters irons, tans electric PLANTSFruit "Toyko After
ranges, and all small appliances
. .
repaired at shade trees.
trees, flowers,
DRAKE'S
One of the largest variety. selec-
7612 NW 22nd Avenue tion in Miami. Come >by and take
Phone OX 1=6912 .
a8 a look RITZSTARTS uru noivRu M y
ALONZA KELLY
1475 NW 67th St. OX 1-0547 "
FOR RENT '
SUNDAY

stoye$17 'PER refrigerator WEEK and 2-bedroom water FOR 'SALE8Room R8 M 001rrIM

free Altfo""furnish'ed one-bedrooms "Horse Soldiers"John nik NAM AOAM cel np .,t tI
844 NW 70th it. Phone NA 1-6953. House ,

Indf Completely furnished Wayne .. '1
'\ I .TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
,Don't'you want a quiet apartment IVa Baths William Holden .
quiet surroundings and a
toed neighborhood to live In? 5871 N.W. 24th Ave. "THE CONQUEROR"A

Rev. S. H. Bowles has a very MU 8-6244 .
'. ,
nice bedroom apartment at
1851 NW 1st court, apt. 3 Only Can be seen daily ::
$15. Practically new modern,. uptodate BUNCHETHEATRE VIOLENT WORLD .
dwelling. Clean cliristlan 11 a.m., to 3 p.m.

family with children. accepted. or by appointment. OPA LOCKA. OF CAGED MEN
Call! C.! Wallace Dunlap, agent, Tel. NA 17122SUN. '
BLASTS LOOSE!
FR/{-4079.. ,July25rli .
'- ., MON., TUES.
STORE In downtown area. Van Heflln I.I I
LOVE
Nice foe good business In heavy TROUBLED THE
traffic cenjer. Located MftO NW Instructions followed. Strictly "Tempest"
lard ave. Apply Bonded Collection' MONEY PROBLEMS
Agency 1163 NW 3rd ave., or I'll help. Solution available If plus.Keenan HOUSESTARTS

call. FR 3-8416., ', personal. WYnn (In
JOHN WAM8TBKER "Naked Hills"
FURiNIStJED'weekly rooms. $8.50! Dept. 15
single $10 double. Mae's GuestHouse Dept. 15, Box 10 Both features In colorL a

/ ,, 2170 Washington St., Opa Ottery, Cape, South Africa
Locka. Phone MU 1-3819. Jul25 1-

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MIAMI TIMES-"The People ,
Newspaper"

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1959, AME's PLAN TUSKEGEE GETS gained years, the nursing program has

recognition throughout
, STATETRIINSTITUTE $125,000 the South and in 157 its basic
'
program in nursing was fully .'
ac
*cat statute predicts that closer co Tuskegee Institute School of credited by the National League .
oaR OFa operation between veternarhms Nursing announced today that for nursing. Enrollment has !nit
and (producers of meat animals Plans arc being completed for has been awarded a $125,000 creased to 160 students and is
could
losses probably wipe out 'livestock the State-Trl Institute of the llth: March of Dimes grant to increase expected to climb to 180 in the
which
iI now exceed moro Episcopal District its student enrollment near future. Tuskegee is
FIPI' than AME!: Church: and ,teach now the
$2 million annually. He with Bishop S. L. ins facilities. only school in the State of AIab8Jl1'Wl
p adds: "We read and, hear LLD. Green D.DH The training -
about. the much presiding bishop in charge grant announced jointly Negro nurses. ,
huge
H.
by Dr.
government bud The meeting is scheduled L. Foster president of
get for agriculture. But did 9-4 Augus Tuskegee and Basil
G; you at Edward Waters O'Connor
College
ever stop to think of the
that it's! not L National Foundation' (for ASTHMATICS'Want
nearly as large' as the, prevent According to III ann un ent merly "for Infantile Paralysis) i s'
Gilbert! Burck writes in For able livestock losses from diseeases by Dr. C. S. Williams director of part of the more than $1,000,000 wimple effective
tune relief l
: "Americans are buying and poor handling Most live Public Relations, resident and allocations announced today fox from choking
some 630 million books stock*losses are man-made senior state education in! : ehlal racking breo
a year and officer the largest i the health profes. asthma
spasm? Get
(including : could be .rnnnllvn.nF
paperbacks'and juveniles prevented. ever .nnnriarl.. iurU1 hili sions by The National Founda Ini Breatheasjr senn
but not textbooks) tram In attendance for tion. see what yon
up 'thi.! have been
330 million ten years The Phyllis The buildings at meeting The a/ward/ missing.. There's no
ago. WheatleyArt the college are today brings the substitute for
success of the I total original Breath-
being
paperbacks, which renovated throughout and support from' March of ashy inhalant, and
lion are selling several 'hundred mil! and Social will be ready to house the, dele. Dimes funds to the nursing program Get comfort by nebulizing set
copies Club"The breathing. Guar
a year, is enormous gates promptly upon arrival at at Tuskegee since 1945 to anteed.
ly significant: A the almost
; large percentage college. $1,500,000.
L of the total Phyllis During these J &J DRUG'DEPT..
trash but paperback Wheatley Art and Registration begins STORKWANtED
"Thfl nen.nhenlr.1, : C1Jftnn Social Club tennfnftt..-1 u. h.* August on Monday, n _
says "" 10 at the College .
l!aUman; "ar dem cr w ; vities for the summer with a pic ness office in the Lee Building.bus!
nic'at
reading. They Virginia Beach
are conferring up July 9. I
on it the, simple, healthy status Members and friends 'report an The consecration services will '
of a normal habit/ ''enjoyable outing. The members be held Tuesday evening Aug. U. .
Were pleasingly surprised The keynote services will "
be
with
The railroads the United visit from an old member, Mrs a 'held Wednesday noon, Aug. 12, EASTERN STAR I OR MASONor .
States in
Estella the
Lee .
constitute a huge market Williams, who I* nbw auditorium.
for the products of industry. Last teaching in Germany Members ( Former Member) '
year they spent an and friends 'played The work of the Institute prO'.P"er
: of f
average games and
$3, 64OOO a day for fuel'rnaterials enjoyed a laden table of .good will begin \promptly at 8:30: EARN GOODIMONEY I
and supplies. things to eat. All departed at ajm. Wednesday, Aug. 12, Jn all,
a of .
the divisions.
late hour, declaring Mrs. Marie Write at Orice tot

!Many parents and adolescents bers Price, 'president, and her' mem The, Sunday School Institute ..
wonderful: hostesses. REV WAl
visiting doctors about physical club will The work, under the direction of Rev. : V. BANKS '
ailments resume meetings' in the W. S. White
may really be state superintendent
seeking A
help in! : understanding the ado1..1..4J fall.M,, I. I t Gtmrlav Scheol. with VIA-. 1ln2/1, 2101 Gratiot Ave.

behavIor., n,___. JlI'I't\"r.- ......."4u....... ,u_- Daniels reporter A. J. KeddicJc as den, --win 'oe' '
two Wisconsin doctors, writing, In held on the, ,third floor of the Detroit, Michigan

ical the Journal Association of the American Med, Mistaken ,F White Centennial Building. I a

adolescent' ,delinquent They"characterBay say the ; Shot work The, under ACE !League Institute I ,
ized by angry t by Teen- thedirection of Dr. J
impul., C, S.
sively, self-centeredness Williams, state J president,
many other physical/ and and ''AfeeGirl'' with the Rev: F.; E. Sneed, as OPPORTUNITY
psychological dean will
symptoms The also be held on the AWAITS YOU
? family third floor of '
physician adolescent may sometimes help 'an SAVANNAH, 'Ga. (ANP) .. Building. the Centennial SEE THE SOUTH'S
delinquent Willies Ross LEADING
his overcome 17. Is dead because COLORED .
difficulties by the 'loan' ol he was "mistaken for a white The senior Missionary Institute PSYCHIC READER

strength and a ,moral code.Newxweeks July boy" 4.Ross as. he walked. along a street under the supervision of Mrs. .

Beatrice Greene, with Mrs.
"never out that :! was shot down by Katie Epperson, -state president J B.
Ann will
have so Creel, also 17. The hold
many owed so girl said their sessions
much. in the
she Lee
In April last month spotted Ross as he, walked Auditorium.
for which' the figures 'are /along the ,sreet and fired because
available
.'consu ner debt reached- she thought he was her boyfriend. The Ministerial Clinic with
$44.9 billion and non-farm mort- The "boy friend" whom she BiShop/ D. H. Sims consultant
igage' debt $120.6 'meant to kill J. B. Dr
billion. was described Epperson
as .I dean, will hold
dark-skinned" white boy, their sessions in the
Texas' is RQSS H. Y, Tookes
has a Negro.
produced 36 Library Rev. R. E.
%
(23 Lamb,
billion barrels) of all U. S. jq police The girl later .surrendered to as director of religious education serves
and I Is.
industry's open charge being held. on an The .final service will be held

", '.. . at noon, Friday, Aug. 14.

Viewed as a market I ; ...

and agriculture services In, the te U.Importance S.rtpr'goods of r- _"':I ROte: T; N" ":.." .....,"'. ,

was is relatively 20 years as ago great, despite today economy as con It' DRIVER'S LICENSE '"''"' ':t ..-...;..".':": .-c, , ,-

siderable
decline In the number BEST SERVICE Let my years of Experience guide and
of farms and the farm POSSIBLE IN protect you through''
population) OBTAINING Life'
according to. the National Indus ONE, I ... Lighthouse guides'the ship in a storm
trial
purchases Conference of goods Board and Farmers'' O'BERRY'S WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ''MB

have quadrupled services For Succesi ..,
41 from the 1937- MAGIC in 'Busineu And ,Lore i
level a gain CITY DRIVING ';
approximately SCHOOL '
equal to the growth In gross CONSULT' HER _
national
-
production. FR 4.7756 You can now have your home made happy ,"

It is predicted, that the trend I 1453 'N.W. 6th AvenueBARKLEY'S O Get Don't and'Hold the position you 'ao long Wanted' ..'
Stay in the '
to
supermarkets' will I rut, get''out now '

"' with 310,000, food stores'continue. doing [ By the help of God the can help you

$60blllion In sales by 1965. In Remove .
the that year also say the experts, evil Influence... if you are tick, worried or fa i
typical supermarket trouble -
pTobablv. tock lO.DOO will CUT-RATE STOREThe It will t
pay
Items to
same size store that In the you call and\ see this Gifted Medium Pint ..:

5,000 or 6,000. now stocks Friendly Store Where, thousands come'yearly for help and
With The Warm Welcome be touched advice, yon too'can .
,by this
Three out of -four -1201 N.W:; strange mysterious power ..
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r- ....n .... THE MIAMI TIMES-'The' Peoples' ffewspaper"

:Along Freedom's Road SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1959 PAGE 18 '



_ RUTH PERRY V Kasper Jailed, AgainKNOX '
By Beautiful Home en
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The unrest of te present-day mistakes (but also one that ,has I (ANP) Segregationlonist John
world has brought a certain quotation been made with courage' and determination Kasper last Thursday entered taw eIl ,
of. an Englis11poet( more for we Americans Knox county jail to await trans-
and more into my mind. John have been noted for these char- MI fer to a federal prison where he .
Donne lived many I years ago acteristics.. We are learning the will serve a six month sentencefor
but his words about "No man is hard way to be loyal to a belief contempt of court.
an island, and any man's death in the dignity of man and the ; It was his second conviction on
diminishes me because I am involved rights of each individual. think I a charge of inteferring with school
in mankind," are immortal. that most of us believe in principle integration at Clinton Tenn.NOTICE .
. in human rights and the Complete, bulletin ,sa rue
democratic way of life, but it is
NO MAN IS AN ISLAND in the practice of the rights and > PLANNING
the Way of life that we fall down. BUILDING
John Donne wrote about man's
relation to his fellowman and to IN THE SOUTH \ The Idle Hour Art Club held FINANCING
,the world in which they. live. its' election July 2 at the home of Your New Horns
but more than that he emphasized Here in the South with the. ,Mrs. E.. Walker for the club r
the fact that no man or Southern heritage of the past, _._. ._ year 1&59-60. Off I leers elected REPAIRINGREMODELING
woman lives alone in this worldthere tints !burden must be /borne by' were Mrs. Gertrude Williams, .
is an interrelationship) Southerners in the present day. The annual Musical Soiree of president; Mrs. Helen Jones vice RENOVATING
between all human beings. Thisis This weight is almost' too heavyto the George Washington Carver president; Mrs. Jean Tappen
not a new idea We can traceit allow a change to be easily Branch YMCA will be held Sunday treasurer; Mrs. Mary Lee Outlaw Over Twenty V....., ef
back even further than John made and consequently self- 'Aug. 16 frc'II\ 4 to"7 p.m. in secretary; Mrs. Anna Allen Construction Experiences ,
Donne /who lived in the sixteenth deception is indulged in to make I'the Breezeway of the YMCA Sands according chaplain, Miss (Lula' Miller re- Guaranteed ftstosfsctlen
century When we read the earliest the present more pleasant. How- to Arlington porter., .
ever this refusal to look clearly chairman of the special committee. -
recorded sayings of the great
philosophers and religious leaders at (facts makes the burden only This, fourth annual everxt J 39Q: JaQF7av
the compositions of r
troublesare will feature
heavier. Our present day
,. whether it is Confucius in (blamed on Yankee agitatorsand George GedisHwin.\ Mr WilliamS. (}eta t .
China saying that all men are trouble makers and the Johnson of Dorsey Jr. High For The Highest in
in the
brothers the Prophets
or
Old Testament teaching about NAACP (if we are old-line School will serve' as musical consultant COSMETICSCall > NE 5-0171
Southerners.) If we hotpen to .
the brotherhood of man or Christin
be Northerners, we blame the 1121 N.W.,, 29th Street
the New Testament down Mr. Sands pointed out today
Southerners and most all of us YUkon ,3.5681'SANDS" Miami
through the ares these and simi- that 'outstanding women of the
the blame the Communists for everything the mus-
lar teachings emphasize will
community sponsor ..
.
mistakes ,, .f'
brotherhood of man and the ,interrelationship including the ical program this year. The pro- : "
of man to man ina made by come of us. We, put the will consist of solos' recordings -. Also .,
world created for many. kinds blame on anything and everything gram and instrumental selections Don't Fret Fight I
of men to live in. anything in this worldin by 'many of the outstanding Miami Times Newspaper
order to cover our eyes from Musicals of this area. Mr. Sands I The NAACP
Not all men, to be sure, have: the knowledge in 'OUr hearts! that encourages the citizenry to mark Join
believed this; and even if they many of us speak one way and I this date on the calendar and bea
did 'believe it, ave not practicedtheir act another. part of this annual culturaJevent. sk
beliefs. I suppose that. is I
true because the concept of the; Every day' that goes by with SOOT'N'S TV
this burden makes it clearer -
brotherhood of man is an ideal on us
belief a goal to aspire to and a that we are betraying the essential
Reconditioned TV' From $19.95
human spirit, (because all For.
form of) the highest civilized! liv-
ingr And since all pi us are hu- talk to. the contrary about society LOTS FOR: SALE For The Finest Service,,, on All TV Makes & ModelsTry .
/ make human mistakes and institutions, in the final "
man beings rwe 150 120 you'll Like us
and errors as well as strive'toward analysis, it is man (who is the Corner X .U( ,
high ideals. important thing iq this world, Build on your lot 321 N.W. 3rd Avenue. FR 3-1589
and John Donne is right no
service
than 25 of reliable ,
More
years
man is an island; aJl.of us:.I live or mine .
HUMAN RIGHTS in this world in relationship to .. Q
setbacks other human beings. We take care of financing(
Whatever the and obstacles -
; this idea this conceptof NO MONEY DOWN
ideal human relationshipshas
lived in the minds cf thinkers REVIVALJerusalem; Cash paid for your lots. 01

and leaders and great religiousmen home5EYMOUR '
through countless' ages. The Missionary Baptist ', ; I ( NIKIM I II NHMI NNN
..Idea of man being 'as a 'brother Church, 7008 NW 17th ave., Is ,BARON
'!to his fellowman,, then- appears 'holding a weeks revival beginning .
7Jn, practically all cultures and the 20th of July throughthe ,JE 8.1340'Llctn.td : : .
civilizations. And along with this 31st. The public is invited' to and Insured Builder .
idea Increasingly appears the attend. !Rev. F. L. Johnson in ..
belief that man has certain rights. charge of service. Rev. J. D. /.
In fact, in almost every organized Green is pastor. 'july29 ..
society of which man at a cer- . -
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tain age has become a part sooner -
or later we can read in his- WHEN SOMEONE STOPS,ADVERTISING, Someone

tory about this maifs need and Stop.' Selling LESTER C. ALBERT funned .Dlitctor
desire to make known the fact
that he and his other fellow men When Someone Stop*,",Selling, Someone( Stops 6912 N.W. |Jlb.....nl&. OX 1.7(61

at that time end age felt the necessity Making;
to put down on paper a
Someone Stops
statement of belief. The living When (Someone Stops Making, ...
documents we read about in our Working)

history books are mainly made When Someone Stops Working, Someone Stops
up of these great statements of M
man's relation to man, and man's Earning
human rights. The Magna Charta When Someone Stops Advertising, Someone Stops
in England is one such docu- Buying. .
ment; the declaration of the
French pecfrle after the Revolu- FOR BEST RESULTS ADVERTISE IN
tion is another and of course we
know our own Bill of Rights and
the recent United Nations Char- t
,ter. r
I
A' SLOW JOURNEY I ..
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The achieving of this Ideal of I II I

,the brotherhood cf man has beena OX 1.0421 !
FR 3-2236
long, slow 'journey. The end of 'o ,IfI

the journey is not in sight. All r .. "VI I'fU M.W. ITUi AV UJI..a.uo.n.oaIDA......... OX.".'1. OS I494I.OMTM4AdultOwiwnr .
of us are still travelling over the
road; sometimes in failure sometime -
Osea. sup.Uaaud BMlMhMr'ltMral Vtttttu
in frustration and sometimes -
in anxiety: Sometimes we
have walked along in sorrow and JAMES;. .
tears for '(he failure of man's I '
duty and obligation to his fellow .
man. We hove passed' along the 5 & lOc. STORENOW SERVICE"With
road seeing! shattered lives and Lot" Store--NOWI! "COURTEOUS, EFFICIENT
changing customs and the dimming "Sir Save a Prices to' Meet The Family Requirements

of old traditions and habits 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481

and the strong emergence of more :e-
vital and democratic dreams and
Herald too!
Miami
hope. Watch For Advertisements.in
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DIVINE WILL INTERNATIONAL "
Elliott J."Pleze seers of the wedding.' Mrs. Lillian Sweeting, granddaughter of Mr .
Bailou was at the register for arid Mrs. Johri Sweeting and Karen ASSEMBLY. OF JEHOVAHS'WITNESSES '
In one of the most elaborate' the,guests..> Moxey, 'a''niece of the brldefct&xm. -. '4r.: ,
witnessed in the Miami "
weddings A !1um.berOf relatives and I"
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area in quite some time, Miss friends of, Yama:: Bahama' name i One quarter million persona at world'argeat ';.: .
Dorothy Deering, daughter of over from Bimini in order to ,attend ,.' *' Convention '
Christian ; '
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York .
Deering of New
Mrs
Mary these
the marriage. Among '
Strikeouts' : ,. .
City became'the bride of William his Mr. and Mrs. 37 in \
were parents,
Butler, known in prize light James Butler; his brothers, Sam. One .GameThe Saturday, July I 25, 7 p.nwiv.: *Y- ::. ;:i.. .
; uel. Lewis. and Hilton; his, sis -- "
mint. .
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ters, Mrs. '''Beryl Smith and Mrs. HEAR BIBLE TALK f.f .
Carver Bears outlasted
monies (held Wednesday after- J. ;
several nieces
noon. The ceremony took placeat Marjorie and nephews Archer and many others. Ef/Scott, 8-6 Tuesday night in an .A PARADISE EARTH THROUGH.. .. .
St. James Baptist Church in amateur baseball 'game at Dor- I'
Mrs Deerin, mother of the GOD'S KINGDOM "
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Miami with the Rev J. R. Smith bride also attended the marriage. sey Park which saw 37 battersrettr 1
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Mt. Zion Baptist Churdh d by strikeouts. J
pastor of BY MR. J. A. THOMPSON JR. .
of Bimini, officiating and assist- Little Danny Smith, a nephewof ,Haley Young, who hurled ,.
ed by Rev. Joseph Smith and the bridegroom, was the fiye-hitter. for the a 26 3:00 '
victory, fan- July <
Rev. C. E. Yaeger of Miami. ringbearer Little, and. Adriana the flowerS Harrison girls ned 20 Scott: batters. Gus Mar- Sunday, P'T' ..

ELABORATE WEDDING' . were daughter' : of Mr.. and'Mrs. Samuel shall struck out 18 in !defeat. Circuit Assembly of Jehovah' Witnesses
Gorgeously''' attired in a. stun- Harrison Sandra Gibson, daughter The ,playoffs begin Thursday Senior High School '. .
ning gown of white French lace of Mr. and' Mrs.' Gibson, night at 7:30: when Scott meets Northwestern
trimmed with white pearls and Stephanie Frederick, .daughter of the All-Stars at Dorsey Park. 7007 N.W.12th Avenue
white sequins white satin shoes Mrs. Erma Lee Frederick. Sheryl The Bears play Hector Supply' .
with a diamond clip threequarter -, Friday night. Winners
of the two
ALL PERSONS OF GOODWILL WELCOME
trimmed
veil
length white ,
games then meet. to decide the
with j ipearh and carrying a prayer championship

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given in marriage by Albert' ':J b-;AL....r?..Wt.K..:SoKoKoK.,: .iRoC..!R..KoS.:! ...Wo: ., ,. .. ., .. ..;:. .':;:.' n .a."P.uJ7. .-
Dean a cousin of the bridegroom.The LOVELYHOMES

bride was attended by a Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From
matron of honor and seven *

bridesmaids.Miami was the Mrs.matron,Edith Poitier of honor of !nr t: VISIT OR CALL TODAY '. 'PL. 7-1645 :>
and was attired in a beautifuf l lC
pink gown. The bridesmaids were nn
Misses Sarah Lee, Shirley Saunders -
Elmetta Rolle, Emerald
Thompson, Judith: Scott, Con l
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stance buncombe and Louise FOR SALEIn .'j' '
Rollins, all of Bimini, except r
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Miss Scott who is from Miami. Northwest n" t2
Misses Saunders and Rollins t 1
were dressed in blue gowns, t
Misses Scott and Buncombe in 55th St. Area ll i
pink; Miss Lee. in lime Miss fn 1 1r
Rolle In yellow and Miss Thompson I

in campagne. .tp; 111 i

Vernell Butler, a brother of r
the bridegroom: was the best man r is;;
and ushers were Maxwell Thompson -* t1
George Weech, Thomas @ r M
Saunders, Samuel Brown, Lionel .
Rolle, Howard Archer and Go- n3n3
moo Brennan. .
The bridegroom and the best Low Down, Payments
man and Mr. Dean were attiredin :n
full dress suits and all of the Easy .Monthly Terms
ushers wore black and wMto: ,1 u
tropical formals.As .

the bridesmaids and ushers 1"
Only Mortgage
e n '''t ere d the church Wil- I.
lie ..Williams, a student at BookerT .
Washington High School, who > 4 WHY PAY RENT ,
presided at the console'of t h a
Hammond organ played Mendel 'J. ,.. -
ssohn's Wedding March, As the Third .:Ave.

bride the Bridal entered Chorus William from;the' -played opera A FEW "LEfT '3& "4 BEDROOM NEW CBS

Lohengrin.The $295
DOWN _
church 'was beautifully .aealty
decorated for the occasion by W. a No other'COlta. Move right in. Just one payment each month until ...

O.attractive'Perry arch of Perry's was in Florist.the centerof An r paid. City water, paved streets. Close to 163rd St. Shopping Center.

the floor at the} front of the '742 NW 3rd Ave. Buses, churches. See 1590 NE ,162nd Terra;, North Miami. Beach. Open .
church and flowers and other Sunday 1.6 rent? .
p.m.'Why pay \ ,
decorations were uniquely displayed .
throughout the building. FR 4-3297 -- \ aNew
A capacity crowd attended the .
3-Bedroom CBS Home
ceremony. '. Opa Locka Beauties CBS now goingup.

RECEPTION ,AT SIR JOHN.. AND Only $495 Down 3-bedroom, custom built with

Immediately' following the NE 4-0394, City water, separate living room, oven and range., Utility room. Only
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dining room. All
,', $795 down. Get before all
in' honor of the newlyweds % v yours now
bath. Close and buses.
; was held att,the Sir John Jr. to shopping NW
S. Hutcheson sold out. See 1711 and 1718
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deed.
Club. Another large crowd attended No closing costs. Warranty
the reception.The Hurry. 153rd St. Also NW 18th ave. Put up
wedding was directed by Registered deposit. Balance"when,done.
Charles Hitfgs. Mrs. Alice Dean Real ,Estate Broker
an aunt of Yama Bahama andMrs Only $395 Down

;. Miriam Clarke, sister ofBahama Liberty City 2-Bedroom $75 Month Opa Locka on Waterfront Opposite

'.",. served, as general over- Includes insurance and taxes..Xitclien *high-school. Now finishedbedroom -
furnished. One payment each month.
CBS. Oven .and range. All rear florid

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... Liberty City. Close 'to schoo| and bus:,
Only $995 Down you are interested in a beautifulCBS
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No closing costs; qualifying. roof. Nice area,

SAME, DAY SERVICE. lose to public and high schools, 'Joyful
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ALL MAKES ALL MODELS Move right into this brand new home fail to see Mr. Bliss Sunday at 1731
( with . 'NW 155th St.

Picture Tube Special ,J 8 Only $995 Down .
No closing costs. Has
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