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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: August 1, 1959
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028321
Volume ID: VID00661
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 2264129
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ARSONISTEarly Kills BoyfriendWho M.. f 1,

Monday morning an explosion j
) tore out the front of a

grocery store in the downtown Beat Her
Negro section of Miami. Fire ]
Inspector Daniel O'Connell said ,n 4L
it was the work of an arsonist. >
/The/ Frank apd Fern Grocery, Darnell.Ford. 27., a manabouttown !;
451 NW 11th St.. opposite the Mi- with a reputation for beat- TEENAGER SHOT ;

ami police t CTecinct station, was ing his ,'"women,I beat up the I II
blasted at 3514 ajn. and three wrong one last Friday and paid ROBBING GAS I
employees of the Southern Ambulance .
with his life. STATION .
: Service in the same : i i, ,
building were injured. Miss Addle Lee&Cooper of 467 Sixteen-year-old Clevins Kim- _
The damage is estimated at NW 6th tt.'''told fc. >ol1ce she shot ball Jr., of 4725 NW 33rd ave., I !
$10,000 $5,000 to the grocery, was shot in the right thigh 'by a
$2,000 to the contents and $3,000to and killed Ford after he beat her rivate; patrol agency detective, 4 T : I
the bulldint in her apartment.? when he tried to escape after he .

The incendiary blast rippedout t was spotted in a service station. _ ,
Friends of the couple report !
the entire front of the store, Tuesday night. ; ,1
splattered the sidewalk with that the two had been drinking Roman Peters, 39, white/ (of _
broken glass and pieces of wood, In a 3rd ,ave. bar Friday after 978 NW 4th st., owner of the -IT ThI
sprayed plaster through the little noon. Shortly after they it Northwest. Emergency Patrol, I 1
store and ,pushed in a wooden Miss Cooper's apartment is said that he checked a service
that Ford worked his
partition that separated the store reported station at 2901 NW 54th et. at
from the ambulance service.. girl friend over with fist and 1:45: : ajm., saw comeone inside Mrs. Sallie Collins and Miss Mary Dixon, operators of

The entire neighborhood was foot.Ford and heard a banging. the Modernistic Beauty Salon attended the Beauty Clinic ...
and in frontcf The boy started to Peters
rocked a car parked is said to have left his run, I
the store, damaged. gun on the dresser when he went said, and after he failed 'to stop at FAMU July 13 thru July 24, Mrs. Collins won second
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carroll, into the bathroom to take a bath. when ordered to do so, Peters
owners of the stare, did not know Miss Cooper is reported to have fired a shot in the air. Kimball prize in the Hair Style show terminating the clinic. She ;,
cf the explosion until they arrived seized the gun and fired a shot Was treated at the Jackson Memorial /
did comb out comb curl on the stage.
I Hospital a
fcr business. Part of the store is that struck Ford between the

said to be -insured eyes. He died Instantly. . I '
Leroy Venisia 19, his brother < "
Jack, 21, and Louis Nub, 18, Miss Cooper is being held for
employees of the ambulance ser investigation of murder. Faubus Backs Up Seeks Compromise 1 1full

vice were sleeping In the build- Ford was originally from Jacksonville ; I.
ing. They received minor injuries -' where he was a cab .
and weretreated at a hospital. driver. He was married, though Gov. Orval E. Faubus has almost plans to reopen in September. Faubus has suggested that half
O'Connell: said, "Right now separated and the father of a come to the conclusion to do Two of the schools are to be in- of the white students availablefor
we're listing this as arson. We son. school dcsegregatin in small tegrated. voluntary integration, be sent
have an idea haw it started, but doses. He has asked the school Central High, center of the to Horace Mann High (Negro)
we are not revealing It at this Funeral services were held on board of Little Rook to retain J9 78 mob! violence, where and Hall High, and that Negro
time. We still have a couple of Wednesday from the Range Fun- some segregation in the four pub- Federal troops were called to students be equally divided between
angles to work out. eral Home chapel., lic high schools that the board keop order, was asked to remain the two schools. That ,
I segregated by the governor in a would leave Central and Tech
letter tn the board. Faubus clos- segregated.
ed this school to (prevent Integration -
Action last year, but his ruling was lie suggested that if there arc
CORE to Stage declared unconstitutional by a not enough voluntary, white students -
I ; Federal. court. for the plan, those who.
Last week 55 Negroes went toCentral volunteer be sent to :Horace Mann. '"
for registration, five to He also suggested segregation by

Workshop. Here Hall and one to Tech. sex. "I

I A workshop in direct, nonviolent SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLEThe integration, be personally
action' techniques to achieve stable and have some opportunity Christian .
I integration will be sponsored by cost for the 18 day period to aply the techniques learned Hospital ;;,,;,
I the Congress of Racial Equality including board room and use of in their home communities.

I (CORE) in connection with the swimming pool will be $100 per WRITE FOR INFORMATIONThose
I Greater Miami Committee of Racial person. Scholarship aid for par- House
I Equality, it was announced ticipants is planned. However interested in applying Open Sunday
I by James R. Robinson, CORE'S travel expenses to and from MI- for membership in the Miami :
I executive secretary. ami will not be covered by the workshop should write immediately -

I The workshop will train (people scholarship program. Participation to the CORE office: 38 The doors of the new $400,000
In' in the workshop is necessarily Park Row, New York 38, N.Y. Month Christian Hospital will bo thrown
I from all parts of the country Citizen of
limited to those who can par- den: to the ,citizens of Miami. .
specific action technique so that 'in bringing CORE national organizationwith
ticipate effectively is a
from 0 a.m. Sunday morning to
I they may become leaders in using about integration through peace- affiliated local (groups 9'ajn. Sunday night. .
\ similar methods in their ful direct action. All participants ,working to abolish racial discrimination The new modern structure at r
home communities. Participant must be devoted to the cause of by direct, nonviolent 4700 NW 32nd ave boasts the '!
It in action to
will engage programs means.
last word in hospital
I for integration in restau-
contraction, facilities and service.
rant facilities, employment
f schools and there will be a critique The complete staff of the hospital -
l of each day's activities and Court Frees will be on duty Sunday to
11, discussion of the theory of nonviolent tij.I: conduct tours of the building and
11* resistance. explain the operation of the new
I and modern equipment installedto
CAMPAIGNS give Miami Negroes the best
I I';' RESTAURANT'DISCfIMINATION .J SuspectA hospital care possible right in
I iI : their own community.

I Under the leadership of John ',.. Continued on page 9
I O. Brown Miami CORE Is pres- iA Criminal Court Jury Tuesday
I ently engaged in interracial titI acquitted Herbert Leon Brown
I ins at a number of lunch counters and Alexander for his generous donation .
Miami policeman
I in this resort town. Several : former of free labor by his company
I times, CORE members have waited Virginia beach lifeguard of for the $1,700 plumbing job 1
I at dime stores for service all charges he sent a bomb to his of installing facilities In the .
day. As many as 50 persons have former girl friend, Dorothy Brad Brownsville Community Building.Mr. J
a ,v Alexander now has his Integrated -
titration- ley, 1 a plumbing: stall doing the

I been used by CORE (groups across She and her brother, Albert k' .. job.Neal ?"'.
I the country in successfully opening were punctured with nails that Surie Alexander of Alexanderand Adams, president of the" .
Brownsville Improvement As- *
I service to alL had been packed as shrapnel in Dulbs Plumbing Co. of sedation, was high in his praisescf : \00
I The workshop will work with a box containing gasoline and Brownsville hIS been named citizen Mr. Alexander who undertookthis I
members and L of the Month by the Browns
the Miami tremendous effort despitethe
dynamite set off when they open- I
1 give workshop participants actual ed a gift-wrapped package In her. vUle community. fact he now has three dough-;r"
I experience in combatting I at 1431 NW 95th ft.v l The accolade WM 'awarded Mr. ten attending.collep.. .
D In the South. PR. J. O, PR9WN.... ,rporn ... 4#'1' f"C."rtJ". .. .
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Show for YM Boys

The camp committee of the
> W Carver YMCA and the dS
Jockeys of Miami will: sponsor
< 1I talent show Monday, Aue. in a
$ 4 8 o'clock at Northwestern mi
auditorium for the benefit
S tk worthy and needy younghters of to
attend, residence camp at Lake
Placid, Aug. 22-29.
\ Entertainers and bands frcm
;' 4' ,: .the various clubs within the area
are scheduled to perform. The

disc Jockeys. sponsoring the show
A' are: Blanche Calloway,
"" wk "Butter.
ball" Ed Cook, Elliott Pieze
Gospel Blind Boy, Johnny Car
michael and "King" Coleman
The members of the
c commute are Mrs. AthalS
: Range, chairman; Mrs.
Harris and Atty. Henry ArrlS
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BEAUTY ON PARADE Minus gressman Charles Diggs Jr., Clirn- New Horn
THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper" the male escorts, who can deny er Nelson Taylor, "Model of 1958"
that this is beauty on parade. St. Louis, and Mr. Howard, whois REPAIRING
PAGE 2 SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1959 The occasion was the second an- well known hat designer and REMODELING
dharm expert Miss Cooper was
nual "Meeting of the Little Foxes" named "Beauty Contest Winner of RENOVATINGOver
models' convention, sponsored by the Year" and received a trophyof
The Shutter-Bug recognition from Twenty Year. of
Group of De- Great Lakes.
oniiitieiiiisiiaihesBy troit. The place: Detroit, of The Moss H. Kendrix Organization Construction Experience
course. The participants, as seen Organization, Washington, Guaranteed Satoefaction
above, were: Lower left beautiful D.C., was donor of trophy received -
ORA D. TALYOR --- Cecelia Cooper, New York, who by Miss Taylor.
._ won international "Miss Cannes 9'V (57mm
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Festival" title for 1959, is flanked Are you a wallflower
SYMPATHY We wish to extend cation since July. Mrs. Brown is by Great Lakes Insurance Co. Would Ilk. V IJ,(!)
sympathy and prayers for a staff member of Mays High executives Dr Robert Greenldge, you to learn te danceIn '
the Greer family in the (passingof School and Mr. Brown, one of right ,and'Thad Gaillard, left. At a private studio NE 5-6171
the mother of Miss Nannett our most prgresslve young men. lower right, Convention chairman, VISIT 1121 N.W. 29th Street
Greer of Carver Drive and T. S. Detroit's Bill Howard, Ophelia Don Strachan's Dance Studio
Greer, Dade County instructor. It gives us high la look of satisfaction DeVore, Del Marco Modeling Miami
Her home is in Tennessee. Your i when we behold the School New York and Taylor 7168 N.W. 16th Ave. PL 7.8766
sorrow !is ouns. May the peace of growth of the Heights. We are : Cox, Detroit Coca-Cola Bottling
God keep you. not altotfther pleased about all of Co., case the "Little Foxes. Seen
the houses built here, but it all in upper left are Moss H. Ken- I
SWIMMING. The first aid summed up means more people drix, Washington D. C., PR firm YES--The
class conducted at Martin E1< tary school made request for of community life. They are Coa; r. The center panel shows
swim instructors at Virginia and helped by coming here and we 'Lens Queen" winners, Bernadine
Homestead Beaches. This was are helped by more progress Smith, center, Eve Brown Model- ATLANTIC MANOR GARDEN
first suggested by Mrs. Alma coming to our community. We ing School, Cleveland, 1st place,
Crawford, librarian and presented must congratulate George David. Joyce Kelly (Eve Brown) left, APARTMENTS
by your scribe' to the Red son and his associates for openIng Cleveland, 2nd place, and 3rd
Cross Director who promised to the door for others to help: place winner Christine Johnson,
Include them in their program.We in developing Heights. The Talbert Charm House, Toledo .
Ohio. "Lens Queen" win
are happy to note that Mrs. ners received trophies donated by
Q. Armstrong: Charles Gray and Your Vote is Needed the Detroit Coca-Cola Bottling 32nd Ave. and 42nd St., Northwest
the Socialites Civic Group gave Co. At right, on-lookers are ConHeadlight -
support and helped to make the .

swim sessions successful. We - ._ .__ > _
need more groups like these. R.
Ferguson is doing an excellent 11."I
job at the Homestead Beach as
supervisor. We hope that the AdjustmentMETRO
same interest will be shown by
other groups at Virginia Beach.
save your own life.

GUT TO MARTIN MEMORIAL Single 1.50 Double $2.50 .
It was thoughtful and
timely that "Mother Hall," a O
glorified senior citizen and 1208 N.W. 62nd Street
church worker, although 89 years Wheel
Alignment Cast
young, she exemplified every- Camber $6.00
thing one /would expect In a RADIO TV PHONOGRAPHSSALES
Christian. She is .faithful in her Wheel Balancing . . . . .. . . 3.00
church attendance, loves Sunday .' SERVICE '
School and inspires all ages by Complete Motor
her pleasing. personality and ser- Tuneup . .. ,. . 6.00
vice to her God and church. She Call PL
gave a beautiful Bible to Martin Complete Simonizing . . . . . 8.95 4.7318'J
Memorial that future generationswill
,be :guided by God's Holy Also tires and batteries at reduced prices
word. May we emulate her good
stewardship and remember this "
good woman who has done'what Mechanic on Duty o TERMS -, ,tf\ .' .
she 'Could to help others." .. :'

REV. ALLEN VISITS Rev. We fully guarantee all of our work 0 FAST SERVICE '\ .

T. A. Allen, presiding elder of O 9 a.m. 9 pTn.O ..
North Miami District, one of
Florida's most progressive presiding GENE'S TUBES CHECKED FREE f
elders; was a pleasant visitor '
at GJbba Chapel North Miami O 10% DISCOUNT ON ALL PARTS
Beach, Rev. W. E. Taylor, pastor. ATLANTIC
The occasion was his regular STATION
quarterly conference.Mr. JUNE Summer Special JULYTODAY

and Mrs. Lee Brctwn are 3533 N. Miami Ave. FR 4-4531 I
visiting in Tallahassee with rela- CALL OR COME IN
tives for a brief trip to set the .. . . . augl I
children who have been on va-

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THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper" .

Pharmacists in Newark Meet I SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1959 - PAGE 3

--...............................- It was on that occasion that I,
,30 years. He was recently elected the conclusion of the 1959 meet-
as a guest member of that panel,
.president of its northern New Ing PHIL OSSOFER had the pleasure of meeting.Rev. .'' j
Jersey branch of the American Hooper and Mr. Evans for the n
Pharmaceutical Association. The Women's Auxiliary will SAYS first time.
Lloyd H. Williams of Tulsa, hold its meetings during the
I Oklahoma, president-elect, will same period at the Essex House __._11'-... Another happy memory ,:,
:assume the cflice of president: at ,Hotel.ColtSteelers. cation was the '
IVe just returned from a 5- spent conversing with I
vacation West whereI wena Pinder, mother of
----------- day in Key ,
renewed old acquaintances and Finder of the Miami
made some new ones. I enjoyeda chie is lucky to have .
Game '. reunion with Rev. A. Franklin mother. I saw pictures
Hooper, whom I congratulated lovely family she raised
because. he has Just received handed (,with God's
national recognition (and a beautiful help) and thought
be Natural Bible inscribed with his mothers were like her,
to a !name in gold lettering) for his delinquency would not you'A
outstanding work in his commun- our world today.Incidentally .
ity and in interracial work. I had
Garth I
iamians will get to see the ,
the great pleasure] of meeting
best pre-season, football match port that Mrs. Pinder,
Mrs. Hooper and their newly
that could have been arranged. in Miami Times agent in
I Man ChronologizedMan adopted baby daughter, Jose
the country this year," "Ernie is doing a fine Job. She
Seller, Orange Bowl impressario last week. I purchased
and volunteer director for the emanates from a tiny germ attended services at Trinity copy I IThough
United Fund Pro Football Game, And is consumed by a lowly worm Presbyterian Church where I short, my
said this week the Baltimore He was brought, to the light of met Elder Alfred M. Evans Sr. rewarding, both in rest
Colts and Pittsburgh Steelers began day and his wife, and renewed acquaintances companionship with
C. M. Jollivette, owner of the training for their meeting in By generations which have passed with their son Alfred people. Key West, I love
Community Drug Store, leaves the Orange Bowl, Friday, Sept. 4. away Jr., who honored the Baha'is
Saturday night for Newark, NJ. last year by participating on their
to attend the national Pharmaceutical Seller pointed out that the He consists of flesh, blood and Race Amity Day panel, spon- Your Vote is Needed
Colts, who won the World's Pro- !bone '
Association's 13th annual ; sored by the 'Baha'i Assembly of
convention ,Mr. Jollivette is fessional Football Title last Dec. The source, only to God" !is Key West, and held at Douglass
a member' of the national execu- 28, in a sudden death overtime known.At High School. Register to Vote!
tive committee. The 'convention thriller, will l have their work cut the end of the his struggles
meets Aug. 4.6 at the Essex out for them (when they face the strife
House Hotel.Delegates Steelers who won their last seven He is released from his hold on #
games in the 1958 season and life. DO YOU, WANT TO KEEP PHYSICALLY FIT ?
will 'attend from 24 were the fastest rising team inthe
states. This year's program will National Football League. By his death, It is clearly shown DO YOU WANT TO REDUCE?
consist of both scientific and bus- The Colts open, their exhibition That life never was his own.
iness papers. The list of speakers season in Chicago, Aug. 14 He is, a great chemical machine; Then, take advantage of these "
includes persons from education, against the College All Stars andw111 His architectural structure is su- '
manufacutring, banking, retail play two other exhibition preme. OPENING SPECIALS ;
pharmacy and industry. Includedin games in the southwest before %, J
this list are following persons: they come into the Orange Bowl. His 'physical structural perfectionIs JOIN THE MECHANICAL
Dr. Louis D. King, assistant dean beyond man's mental concep-
Rutgers University, College of The Colt-Steeler game, arranged tion.
Pharmacy; Michael Iannarone, by United Fund officers and His machinery works night and : GYM CLUB
associate professor, biological oclcials. has been underwritten bya day; "
Sciences and Dr. John L. Voight, group of Dade County business. I Never stops for sleep, rest or play. '
100 Charter Member Wanted 50 Men an'dSO
director pharmaceutical Exten men to make certain no UF con. -
sion Service, Rutgers University; tributlons will be spent on thr. He-is endowed with a master mind Ladle
Dr. Ibert Doerschuk, Manager of exhibition. The UF leaders have That rules o'er beast of every
Product Development, Mr. Henry even insured the game with ,Icind. $6.00 Per Month
Pierama, director Quality Control Lloyds of London against hurri- He has brains with which to
and Dr. Victor Cabasso, head of cane. of a storm the game think, Also jean ,theMASSAGE
the Virus Immunology Research can be either one of the two following And sustains himself thru food
Dept., all from Lederle Laboratories nights. and drink.
Colt General Manager Don CLUBwhich
On Tuesday morning, Aug. 6 Kellet absolutely (guaranteed UF He is the result of a great cause
there will be a special session on officials that all the top Baltimore !- Greater than man's genius and
business management. H. Taylor stars will play in the Sept his laws. entitles you to one massage a week
Fitzhugh of the"Dept. of Business 4th game. He subsists from the time of $15.00 month
Administration, Howard UnIver- birth per
sity, will act as moderator for a Show And Tell Party On what he .finds upon the earth. Hours 10 a.m. to 10 pmI1IERLTH
panel which :will consider merchandising -
by Charles R. Meyers, Friends and ex-coworkers are He continues to come and to go
general manager of the New invited to see oil paintings (amateur I From whence to where, he does
Jersey Wholesale Drug'Co., Sales stage) and colored slides of not know. -
Promotion by Louis E. Karin, Russia, the Holy Land and a few But after all, he is extremelysmall REDUCING
editor of Drug Topics; Financial others, on the lawn of the homeof .
Planning by Henry R. Peters, retail Estella Williams, 1171 NW To the Great Soul that maketh
pharmacist; and Problems of 66th St., Aug. 7, .from 8 to 11 all 601 N.W. 2nd Ave.-Miami
Risk and Credit Management by p.m. -Robert Hughes' Bennett
R. N. Berkefeldt, assistant cashier For further information call FR 1-2771
of the National State Bank- Openings in

Newark. Practical NursingAttention _. . .
Wednesday, Aug. 5 will be r
spent touring Lederle Laboratories high school gradu- -
at Pearl River, New York, ates! An invitation is extendedto TRADE-IN youroutdated
where a series of lectures will be high school graduates who may refrigerator
presented by Lederle personnel. be Interested in practical nursingand i for HOMES DUPLEXESBrown
Lawrence A. Whippie, prosecutor do not plan to go tn college. a double-duty -
of Hudson County and a for- Registration is open now. Applicants -
mer Commissioner of Jersey City may go to Northwestern ALL-ELECTRIC
will be the speaker for the annual Senior High School at 7007 NW
banquet on Thursday even 12th ave. on Thursdays from 9 to FOOD CENTER! SubdivisionN.W.
12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. _for personal -
ing.Goodsell F. Waters, president of interviews.The .
the National Pharmaceutical Association fall nursing class will begin 42nd Street off 27th Ave.
has practiced pharmacy September 14. For further :
in Jersey City for more than Information call PL 4-5491.
N.W. 50th Street off 27th Ave.

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Ray Robinson and Paul Fender. Haithman is a critic teacher at
4 SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1959 The bout will take place in Bos- Fayetteville State College and
Mr. Haithman is a ,member
the Williston High School faculty .
PAUL R. HENRY Mrs./ Ruth Clark and four :

children of Nassau are ,guests of Mrs. Elcena Gordon cf Goulds
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Gibson of Is ill at the. Jackson
Fidel Castro, Cuba's strong man Richmond Heights.Mr. I Friends Memorial
Hospital. hope :
who resigned two weeks agonise her
early recovery.
again uremier ,of Cuba.
people wanted him and they have and Mrs. C. M. Haithman 4 I
get him. (Vivian) returned to their hcme
N.C. after visit- Register Today!
Office at 1112 N.W. Third Ave. Miami, Florida-Phone FR. 3-2236 The revolution was successful, in Fayetteville friends In Mi-
Plant at 6740 N.W. 16th Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 but, ch, what -price' Cuba is ing ami. Both are teachers. Mrs. Your Vote is Needed

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: paying for it. I. _"<- _ _ ___ r.: ""<.....,., -:;. ,., -:;. :(......-:;. ""
ONE YEAR $4.30 SIX MONTHS $2.7S THREE MONTHS $1.70H. In Port au Prince, Haiti, Sat- -
urday night 42 persons ''were inJured -
E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor while attending traditional PIANO SICK?
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor celebrations on the eve of St. I p
GAHTII C. REEVES, Managing. Ijtfltor' and Dtuiness Manager President Franclos Is certainlyhavIng SEE WPM PINDER, Sr. I
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a 'plenty of trouble.
"The Time. Are Changed And We Are Changed With Them" Circuit Court Judge Pat Can- FOR PROFESSIONAL PIANO
dismissed a suit AND ORGAN SERVICES N
Entered a* Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927, at the Post Office non on the Dade County -
to enjoin
at Miami, .Florida under the act of March 8, 1870' I seeking "
School Board from condemning 1935 N.W. 153rd St. o-SERVICE
4% acres of Christ Church I
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK: property in Coocnut Grove. The MU 8.3770DRIVER'S
tax payers want the elementary

"CLEAN-UP CRUSADE"' board school built said they on this need property.a ten-acre The .""' ,., ,.,.." ,., ,., .... ........ ...-,.....-:;.-:;.:
For several weeks now the voice of Charles Lockhart

has been heard over local station WMBM at 7:40 a.m. Miami had another'birthday on
and 5:20 p.m. As public relations man for the Bonded Tuesday., She was 63 years eld. LICENSE !
She is
Miami grows grows.
Collection Mr. Lockhart's the
Agency. part on program the biggest city in Florida.
has to do with the "Clean-up Crusade" sponsored by that
company and his cause is well presented.The Vice President Richard Nixonis BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE

favorable comments coming from sections of making a real good rerpesen-
tative in Russia and Poland. What
South Florida and from a correspondent in the Bahamas with the visit of governors, news- O'BERRY'S'MAGIC
show that Mr. Lockhart's appeal for clean homes and papermen, businessmen, music-
clean surroundings is already having some effect. ians and young Americans, plus CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
the American Exhibition. The
The need for such iTtrusada: /ftas been long felt. Va- Russians should be much better FR 4.7756
rious groups have sponsored ucle -up'campaigns" from acquainted with America and
1453 N.W. 6th Avenue
time to time, and with good resulhwBut; the medium used Americans sway of life, even if
by the Bonded Collection Agency ; is covering .a larger we are nearer to solving the. ...._ II'(: ... ';:O.,....,.._...

area and ought to do more good.: German we are no problem.nearer to Accomponying solving the .... -:;........ .... ...............,.,........ ,.,,., .... ........,.,-:;. .... ..........""

Mr. Lockhart has stressed the saying, "Cleanliness is Nixon on his trip is John John-

next to godliness." He' has ppinted/Qut'that lean become a slum and a' festering'place for disease germs magazines.The

and crime ,if the occupantsj take \\i so..It Unexpected that reward offered for infor- Miami Beach type one bedroom unfurnished
his broadcasts will be an eye-opener and will help to mation leading to the mysterious Apartments in beautiful Orchard Villa
change the pattern of l living' for many'in Miami and other disappearance four years ago of ADULTS ONLYYearly
Circuit Judge'and Mrs. C. E.
communities. Chlllingswcrth of West Palm has leases with rentals starting at $105 per month
been increased from $100,000 to Including water and master T.V.
$110,000.The .
CIVIL,RIGHTS Large airy rooms with spacious closets Dining Rooms
Florida Cabinet on Tues- Front and Rear Porches Oak Floors Picture Windows
.' There might or might not,be any Civil Rights mea- day granted an increase in sal- Air Condition Outlet I Inside Private Patio, etc. ,
sure 'passed during this session of the,Legislature.On ary to 18 members of the facultyof

Tuesday of this week the, House Judiciary Com the FAM University.
mittee at a closed ,door session Discussed the pending Invitations have been issued by PATIO APARTMENTS

Civil Rights Bill and practically! to simple rags. Mrs. Chrystine Taylor Grant of
Jacksonville for the marriage of Corner 58th St. and 12th AvenueBEN
Chairman Emanuel Cellar (D., NY) charged ,that her daughter, Marion, to the Rev.
the GOP "defection" was traceable to lack. of Whitehouse Nelson Pinder at St. Phillips M. LOND-OWNER MANAGER
leadership. He said,...*'The 'deleted, section was 'too hot' Church, Jacksonville, on 'Aug. 15. $10.00 DEPOSIT WITH APPLICATION REQUIRED

for Eisenhower who apparently .'desires. a'mere.- luke- Mrs.Mr.George Pinder Pinder, son of of Miami Mr. and, is ....................,...............................-:;. ............ -:;. ...................., ............................,
warm approach to integration." ''in charge of St. John's Episcopal
Calling the action "a severe but not fatal blow" to Church, Orlando.

the bill, Cellar said he would attempt to .restore the pro- If Sorry we were called out of town last week,' bu we
are lucky enough to
vision when the bill comes before the:full House. $100 'bill, check it carefully or are back now-So call us for-

The stricken provision was the strongest' part of the you might, be stuok with a counterfeit -
bill It bill. LoQk on the back for LOTS $850.00 and
would have allowed the federal government to I 110 and on the front for L21 ?r upWe
seek court orders to protect persons whose civil rights, K21, If you have those you mightbe
were threatened. stuck. have them-Single Family and Duplex

Cellar said it would have permitted| federal intervene Sportswise. At the Miami CASH AND TERMS
tion on behalf of Negro students in desegregation cases Beach auditorium on Tuesday
and "prevented the corrosion of rights on all levels, Including evening Paul Diaz, Cuban middle- Phone now for many are priced below
transportation labor and housing." weight champion, won a split
a decision Market and will be
over Leon Stewart of sold quickly
The Senate Judiciary Committee expect ,to, considenan Miami in their 10 round bout. ALL ARE
even milder bill on Civil Rights. It would extend the Referee Cy Gottfried scored it IN BEAUTIFUL SOUTH DADE AREA
life of the Civil Rights Commission and require state offi- 99-90; Judge Pearham 97-94 and
Judge Bachman 96-95 for Stewart fRED ALLHOfF REAL ESTATE
cials to maintain an inspection of ballots cast in electionfor

federal offices. CEdar 5-0833
The Congress should not have to consider Civil Rights September 25 is set as the Perrine, Floridamimammamafmt9jmvqqFepf
date for a fight between
legislation every time it meets, but since it will not pass Sugar

a bill guaranteeing the rights of all American citizens ...r---,."JJn nn llinllin. lJIl1III.lIIn t.K.11m 1JIR:JIIII'{.1IiI\.nMt'niR Illn.Jm\1I1\mn _._"'iil
given them under the Constitution of the United States, qfc y"{iIl\-

we must be satisfied to secure those rights bit by bit. Thatis
the un-American way. Isn't it?


GOVERNOR FAUBUSIn :,: :; Expressway

Little Rock, Ark., the school board has been busy .. .
registering students for the coming'school year.. 'Last week
55 Negroes were among those registered.
That is news, because Little ,Rock schools were clos- Houses ::: ,

ed by Governor Orval E. Faubus'last year because of in : '. '

tegration.We ;
are not going into the Little Rock Central High CONCRETE BLOCK AND FRAME i '

School trouble, it is well known to everyone. ,
However, the news that the schools will open in spiteof Delivered $, '
the governor's furor, is a credit to the board and To Your lot
people of Little Rock.

Then too, comes the surprise. Even stalwart Faubus, SALES
who fought so doggedly, finds that after all, he is not OFFICE

bigger than the Federal Government. He has asked for a 6825
compromise on school segregation.f NW 5th Place Phone PL 8-1261
The school board acted wisely in reopening the ,

Schools. Whatever agreement they arrived at with the | Downtown Office: Room 504 Industrial
governor, there will be some integration and if this be Bank Bldg.
true, Faubus now acknowledges he has lost his battle W. Flagler Street FR 41811PAGE ;

against' segreffationjn, Little Rock schools.. ti.' d.uu: \lI!{ _
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Fender-Thomas Nuptial. PAGE 5 "
Members of the Miami W. and "."
M. Beneficiary Club, looking for- .'
ward to seeing you at their,show
the Lawn
Ceremonies on of Sun and Fun in Florida pre Eneas Weds;
senting "Fashions," Sunday at 5 Barbaralee:
pjm. at the Fiesta Club of the I

-3' _:1.__,_ ;,; Mary ,Elizabeth Hotel. Come one, :\
I ., all. Fashions for everyoneand
'. ,' come HerbertGlinton: I
.". fj t,'1: .' for all occasions. .; .
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t YWCA Membership The( marriage of Miss Marbara- pastel blue aplicaded dress of .
lee Eloise Eneas and Herbert Sea Island cotton and a white
Committee to MeetThe Baron Glinton of Nassau, was corsage of white rosebuds.Mrs. .
solemnized at St. Agnes Episcopal Margie Tarpley of 1820
Membership Committee of Church, Nassau', at 6 a.m. NW 68th St., aunt of the groom
Murrell Branch YWCA will hold Sunday, July 26 :v attended the wedding.
its monthly meeting on Monday, The bride was beautifully; attired A wedding breakfast was heldat '
Aug 3 at 7.30: pm. The meetingwill in a dress of .white satin the the home of the groom's
be held at the 'Y.' with rose applecates .which were parents, East St., Nassau. I
All members and persons interested studded with pearls and rhine- Many useful gifts were receiv-
.': is Joining the Member stones.
ship Committee and are asked to ed.The coupAle are now spending
attend. She carried a white prayer their honeymoon at the home of
(11+Ins. E. Espy Johnson, book decorated with white car- their uncle and aunt, Mr. and
chairman nations. The bride's only attendant Mrs. Margie Tarpley in Miami.
Miss Jessie Giles was Miss Tressie Taylor,
co-chairman Nassau, She wore a dress.of pastel -
I blue striped organza with ., :
':' Evening Tea At
Ij matching slip and with accessories. -
She carried a bouquet of
Allen ChapelThere
pink, rosebuds.
Roscce Clinton, will be an Evenlrvy! Tea,
Bestman was
I given by Choir No 2 and the
cousin of the groom.
James Gibson, uncle of the Pastor's Aid Club of Allen Chapel
Li/4 bride was father giver Sunday, Aug. 9. An interesting
The bride's mother wore a program will be rendered by
pink dress of flowered organza some of our best talent. The timeis #+
4 6 and all are cordially -
with white accessories and a corsage to PJTI
of white carnations. invited. Rev. E. M Bloker is
!The grctwn's mother wore a pastor of Allen Chapel. A8
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Miss""Doris Louise-- -Thomas and degree: in secondary education. $1500 DOWN -' NEW DUPLEX

Pender Jr., were united in
, Leo The is the of the
marriage July 19 at the home of groom Down-Almost CompletedNew
;ate Mr and Mrs. Leo Fender, $2,500
her sister beautiful, 2350 NW lawn 154th, Sr., a '56 graduate of Carver High Building-2-Bedrooms each aide
very School, Coconut Grove. lie attended -
The bride, who was given !n South Carolina. State College 'Orchard Villa area-1574 N.W. 58th St.
marriage by her father, wore a CLYDE KILLENS
of The Fenders honeymooned in
white waltz net length and ruffles wedding bordered gown at the bridal suite of the Carver Proudly presents hit $990 Down

the hemline by lace. An impression Hotel. ONCE A MONTH

of sequins lined the Out of town guests: Mrs. Theola FLOOR SHOW $90 MONTHLY
sweetheart neckline, a shoulder Jones, Mrs. Mariah Williams, r
. length veil IWas held by a crown aunts of the bride; Thomasina Thurs. Aug. 20 New 3-Bedroom 'CBS
of sequins. She carried a nose- Jackson, Clare D. Jones and Al- N.W. 10th Ave. and,55th Terr.-Only'one mortgage

gay,purple of white throated flowers orchid.centered bya bride tomese, West White Palm, cousins Beach, of .,the FIESTA CLUB No Balloon No second mortgage No gimmicksYou

Clara Thomas, sister of the --+-- get, full warranty deed
bride served as maid of honor. Hostesses were Mesdames Geneva Title of next show For information on these and many more, call '
She wore a pink nylcn dress Morgan and Shirley Smith. "Wife Without a Habit" "
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and carried a nosegay of and Hazel Smith.

gy Thompson and Mrs. Melba Gifts: Mrs.. Ellison B. Shaw and Every TuesdayMusic 5908 N.W 7th Ave. PL 8.7407Opposite
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Greene served as bridesmaids DIZZY JONES Shell' Market
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Their And His Orchestra , .
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The groom was attended by LOTS FOR SALE --
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MIAMI TIMES--'The Peoples' Newspaper" Q 30th Anniversary Celebration .

PAGE 6 SATURDAY AUGUST 1 1359 J __ I ___-_


-In Around The Bahamas Meet in Washington D.C. 16.00 Per Week APTS.

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PHILADELPHIA Mrs. Florence berian Embassy as guests of O Free Electricitv*

Maxwell J. Madison Hill national pres- Soror Mai Edith Wiles Padmore, O Free Water
Thompson St1pendlaryandClrcuitMa.&istra1e,1s mittee.
George Sherman pre-med
ident announces the 3tth) anni- wife of the Liberian Ambassadorto a Free Stove
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University: convention of Iota Phi United and .fIota's
the States one
acting as Solicitor General in the Pau, medicine; Paul Hanna, engineering versary 0 Free Refrigerator
July session of the Supreme student in Lambda Sorcrity to be held Aug. national honorary members,
Court. He England, 14-20 in the city of Washington, a public luncheon at the Statler-
was appointed on Newly decorated
June 29.The engineering teacher at :Government Henry Bostwick. [D. C. with Alpha Gamma the Hilton; a formal dance; a closed attractive
High hostess chapter and Mrs. Alfreda banquet and a sight-seeing touron furniture
School law. Each is
scholarship L. Pitts national convention the last
Hon. Kendall G.
Isaacs will provided with
resume the office of Acting Chief chairman This year's convention The business session Will be 4190 N.W. 32nd Ave.

Justice on Aug 2 while Sir Guy In the Supreme Court on July theme: Thirty YearsPearlsof highlighted with reports discussions . .
Henderson goes cn six weeks' 17, Mervyn Sands of Rock Sound, Wisdom" Foundation for plans for Iota's growth and :b f .I'; -.',
vacation Mr. Maxwell J. Thompson Eleuthera, was sent to do 18 Progress. The convention headquarters expansion, not only nationally-but -
will act as Attorney Generalof months in prison for attempted will be in the Statler- internationally as well; workshops,
the Bahamas. shopbreaking. Sands was caughton Hiltcn hotel recommendation and resolutions. Register Today!

the spit on the night of June Mrs Evelyn D. Wilkey who is - - _ - -'-- ---- -
The Revs R. G. Hall of Per- 9 at the Rick Sound Hardware doing so splendid a job as con-
rine and I. S. Hepburn of Hal- Store. vention publicity chairman has ENROLL NOW IN
landale spent their vacation in
released a program of activity
Nassau., Beginning on August 1 tourist for the seven days that will prove SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor
restrictions from Nassau to the both beneficial and entertaining
His Excellency the Governor United States will be lifted. US. to the large delegation expected; a Life Long Profession
opened the Summer School for officers will clear immigration a program that will include; a
over 200 teachers from Nassau and customs at the Nassau air- Get-Acquainted Educa-
party, an
and the Out I and Complete School
Islands last week. and
port passengers will need tional Program; a reception for
only to pick up their luggage on delegates and visitors at the Li-
The jury ruled suicide in the arrivaL I 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4-9998
case of Felix Cartwright who
was found dead hanging from a The Annual Conference of the
rope in his homeon May 20. Bahamas United Baptist Mission middle of a casuarina tree and
was held at Zion Baptist peeled the bark off: another on

Joseph Brown, a native of Church, Rev. T. Cands, modera West Bay Street, Sunday, July
George Town, Exuma, was unan- tor. The devotional services were 19when nature went on a ram- YOU ASKED FOR IT!
imously acquitted on two Su- conducted page. People in the neighborhood
by 97-year-old Rev.
I terrified the flashes but So here it is-A full ONE YEAR
preme Court charges. He was Thomas H. HIeld, M.B.E.. of were by
represented by Barrister Living Water Cay, Grand Bahamas. no one spas hurt. AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE ,

stone Johnson. throughout Messengers the from Bahamas 70 churches Paul Williams, Richard Tcbitt Policy for most people with only

Mrs. Eunice Liberty of 1711 present;: Twenty-four candidateswere were and George Bernard Armbrister
NW 17th terr., made a brief visit baptized at the closing ser have been given time to think $15 DOWN PAYMENT
to Nassau. She was accompanied vice. ,whether it is or is not "nice" to
by Mrs. Dorothy R. Newton and handle dope in Nassau. On July SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY
Mrs. Sadie 22 in the Supreme Court
Seary. I The family of the late Leon they
Bonafoy will receive $2,620 com- were sentenced to three years imprisonment f45 N W. 36th St. 27th Ave. Farme-*' M"-t
A rash of strikes broke out pensation. At_ the time of his for being in unlawful I PL 9-5284

among Health Dept. (workers, ieath on April e. Bonaby was possession of a dangerous drug- j NA 41811THERE'S
wile 280 men at the Bahamas cocaine. -. -, _.- .
working with the diving crew :II'it "II It: .. .'
Electricity Corp. plant at Clifton
employed by Uiggs and Hill
Pier did the same thing. The the new plant of the . .,
Bahamas '
workmen ..,:./ : >:": -::'w.Nh,7(' "::d''-' !
are demanding higher Electricity Corporation at Clif liif; ; ; :
wages and "a better Labor Department ton Pier.
." Negotiations are inprQi'ess. Te
Magistrate gave to Bonaby's
mother $560 on July 14, and is
Cookburn Town holding the balance to be distributed y ay
among his other relatives.
and other settlements on the island She as to pay the lawyer that
are having trouble. It is represented her half of her
reported that
the local constables receipt.
cannot control the situation and '
Nassau has been asked to'send John t
Adderley, "Blind John"
1 two polioement to do duty. The died at the Princess Margaret'
, commissioner's residence has been Hosp. July 18. He
was a man
and a number
persons who
never saw the light of day.
injured, business has
collapsed, All he had were sockets where
and all
put out of
eyes ought to be. But John was
to U. S. army, airforceand blessed
with a sixth sense and
naval a k
personnel and to PAA
staff A U.s. Air Force Base is dlspsition. He played
pranks like '
other'boys at school,
on island.
made his living by selling the / FOR
It is believed that the
presence Nassau Tribune :
of a number of girls) from Nas- almost was able to find
any place in the city un-
sau who have
gone to the island assisted. His of
for no good, is the sense touch was >
cause of some so keenly
of the trouble. developed that he could 1 ti tiT
ten the difference between four-

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9 IN HOMESTEAD THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper", "

Along Freedom's ad- ARRESTED FOR SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1959 PAGE,7 ;:':f


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50th According anniversary to all convention reports, the of I: unused in the diplomatic field." charged Homestead with possession residents: were of Still: traditionally distilled for Yw. ,

this week'
RANDOLPH AND REUTHERTwo gambling equipment
the NAACP: was a great success. :
Besides committee, regional and after police swooped down on "IMPORTED !"
top national labor leaders three different locations in a QUALITY
sectional meetings, the general
called for better American race night raid.ArrestSd.
-meetings were addressed by many relations to save face before two-
distingushed people. This week thirds of the ,world's population were Willie Smith, '47{ 1. ,
my column will bring you some. which is colored. Mr. Walter Ezckial Smith, 44; Jack' Hender- .', I, .. \ .
of the highlights< of the speechesof Reuther said, "the civil rights is- son, 73; Louise James, 34; Gertrude I -\Ii'i\ "
importance.ROY sue can be American democracy's Mackay' 41, and Elizabeth. \;:> .
Achilles heel in Asia and Africa. Evans, age not known, all at 212 .. , '
WILKINS The world's colored peoples are SW 4th st. :
.J 11.
not going to Judge the worth of ,
other Mr. Wil-
Among things, Also, Cleveland Thurston, 49, ., ,
American demcracy by the
kins said is needed to
I and Juanita Thurston, 34, at 722 ,
brightness of the chrome of our ,i
speed action against lynching. .
SW 4th ave.; and Luther Blash, '
Cadillacs. We to
new are going
Such action is being held up by
61 at 406 SW 6th
the committee of which Senator be Judged by what. we do in a ,
James O. Eastland of Mississippiis practical way to translate into $'
chairman. is not too muchto practical terms the noble (professions 3,000 Attend Rites l;
say that lynchers in Mississippi ( that we talk about on the
Fourth of July." }
feel safe as long as they
For Billie
know that their senator is chair-
Phillip Randolph, president of \ 1'1'
man of the Senate Judiciary
the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car
YORK An ove'rfl.otwcrowd '
Committee. This Is an intoler- Porters said: "A labor organization I' '
able situation," said Mr. Wilkins. attended funeral services .
only be if it \ "
can strong
Tuesday (for Billie Holiday, 44, Z .
Continued Mr. Wilkins: : "We of brings within its folds all workers blues singer.
the NAACP do not presume to in the trade or craft class or Some 2,500 persons, many from
tell ,people' for whom they should industry, This is a basic lesson the entertainment world, filled 'I''
vote. We endorse no candidate.We the American trade union move- St. Paul the Apostle Roman Cath- '
tell the record and let the ment has yet fully to learn. The olic Church, and another 500
voter be the judge. The solutioncf price organized labor pays for stood outside.
I of and the the failure to learn this lesson is
many our problems '
destiny of our citizens may well evident by the present labor sit- Miss Holiday died Friday in
rest in the judgement of the Individual uation in the South." Metropolitan Hospital cf lung
---------- ----- and
I voter Jn the polling congestion heart failure.
booth." NEW APT.BUILDING. Honorary pall bearers included I
musical figures such as Benny J\ n

THURGOOD MARSHALLThe HAS Goodman, Gene Krupa, Teddy
Wilyscn, Juanita Hall and Mary
NAACP's! 50-year fight in Lou Williams.
the courts of the country to se- MANY EXTRAS Durial was in St. Raymond's
sure justice for Negroes "has established Cemetery, the Bronx.
principles which may I Another stop forward and ,
>c- .
be used by all other individuals i, this time better apartment build- ',,- -; ;J""t"
seeking justice," Thunsgood ings.For
Marshall, director-counsel of the the first time, an apartment / HICKS'Photo .
NAACP Loal Defense and Educational building is under construc-
Fund, declared in an address tion at 12th ave. and 58th st. m StudioUltra
delivered at the Freedom the desirable Orchard Villa sec-
Fund report dinner. Before 1,500 tion as apartments should be Fine PortrnltK
guests in the grand ballroom of built. Lange, airy rooms with spa. It'* right on the Ubdl lint distilled in 1769, still
the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, :Mr. clous closets, dining rooms, front James K. I II lick*, Prop. traditionally distilled tot authentic London Dry Gin

Marshall said that decisions won and rear perches with, many other Enjoy the mbd dryntn and delicate flavor of
in cases affecting the rights of fine features found in the better Ht IK!lot: quality.
colored citizens "have not only white apartment' buildings, with 2440 NW 60th St. Oatdon s Glut
protected Nefiro defendants but plenty of parking and an'inside .
have ,been cited and used repeatedly private patio for the benefit of Phone NE 3.3166 o .."' 0011I 11M GORDONSm
in state after 'state to the tenants.It .

guarantee ants who are due not process defend-" is indeed t pleasure and a _____.J. pm; ";;" ..( ,0/ !am_ mm ft*,n ms, mm m m a, 10 uw L i
relief to know that there Is one

Mr. Marshall continued: ,"Des builder whose thoughts are for .
pite the attacks on the NAACP the betterment of the people and
in some southern states and efforts not Just the creating of concrete For The Finest Apartments at. Moderate Rates-Call
to curb its legal actions, we slums. In such a builder we find -
are still doing business in the Ben M. Lond, who ha built
same location and any time any hundreds of the better homes in
Negro is denied his constitutionally 'he NOiro area, associated with a ONDED COLLECTION
protected rights and requests Charles Greenberg cf New York
our assistance, we will vho are the builders and ownersf
give it to him. There is no single this extra ordinary fine apart
item on the horizon that can turn ment building.
aside the forward progress of the This building, while only 22
struggle for legal recognition of one bedroom apartments, for AGENCY
Negroes' constitutional rights. adults only, will be on yearly IncM'r
leases with monthly rental andit
SEN. HUBERT HUMPHREY Is a .step forward in treatingour ,
!people the same as others.
Speaking' at the Wednesday Ben Lond and Charles Green-

morning session of the conven- berg feel that this is the beginning The largest collection and rental
tion, the Minnesota Senator call- of the better type apart-
ed upon Congress to act now. ments for the Negro and have '
"We must enact legislation to plans for more of) these better agency in the South; operating in #; w
prevent another case of September buildings.

sickness when the schools When completed by September Dade and Broward Counties' Negro ,
this tall. We cannot Ignore
open the 22 lucky tenants will have
the deeper meaning and chal- the proud distinction of living in .
lenge cf the lynching at Poplar- the showpiece of Miami.Beautiful Housing areas.
ville; the rape at Tallahassee, and B I' ,
the 530 instances of racial vio- -........,........,.--'- .'......,,.
and intimidation
lence, reprisal
since the Supreme Court's desegregation HomeOn

act now to pass a bill that sup- Large Lot
ports the Supreme Court's desegregation Your lot be 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND
decisions and Insures can a paymenton

law and order for the na- this 3-bedroom 'new 2. BROWARD COUNTIES It f
tion. baths 2-car garage I
Senator Humphrey also deplored -
the wasting cf our greatest I 5940 N.W. 23rd Avenue \1 :

human resource in the diplomatic ';, ,;'"
field our Negro citizens. He Open 3-5 p.m. I i,
said that "it is a sad fact that ina Baron JE 8-1340 t
,iworld two-thirds colored, our ,
-- ,
Negro leaders are almost totally I II
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1,000 ATTENDWITNESSES :1 THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper"

' "Around Miami n SATURDAY AUGUST 1, 1959 PAGFi .0SEEKING

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By DAVE (Mr. Swine) BONDU: Over 1,000 persons-were 'on

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\ High School Sunday,to h ear .
'" I I'MsHAPPYrto' .bo'..back on this ,. ,x James A. Thompson, district '..,... i ")*"v., I
'"side oi:the ocean, but I had, a:I' supervisor of Jehova WltnesseiJ, FREE instructions given at your convenience: ;
,.;!.wonderful , Nassau as , Mr. Thompson delivered the key
usual Whilwodtlng( at the'.ChezPaulMe address of the assembly "A Paradise -
res,'Tropicana: ,Club;with, den & ,the,editor of the "Carolina Earth Through GOd's King HOLY REDEEMER 'CHURCH
_, PeanUt Taylor,Ufcere was standing Israelite," and has gone to bat dom." In Mr. Thompson's lecture, a
room only. e rery night., The for Negroes, Jews and all other he showed haw paradise was lost
people ,there loved Chickie. We' oppressed races. William Dubols by the first man, the affects' of- Call PL 9.2369 1301 N.W. 71st Street
have ,been asked to return Nov. of the New York Times says that this lost paradise upon man up
9 for four months. Those of you "Only in America" will go a long until nqw, and that the regained
who are (going over, lookie what way toward restoring one's faith paradise that Jesus spoke of
I found for you! Marietta's GuestHouse in the human race." In Just two would shortly be ,restored.
. the ideal place:to stay, instances, and there are many in =RUPTURED
per person The''-rooms are Just this beelk, he' says that he has a Other highlights: of the as- I !
. with rates of $3.00 per day positive cure for AntiSemitism.It sembly were the baptism of 24
beautiful and you can get your is to "give each Anti-Semite an now' ministers. Also the showing You can be FREE from TRUSS SLAVERY. Non-Surgical,
meals at a small rate, !p'lus' a little onion roll with lox and cream of the "Watchtower" society'snew Painless Office Treatment. LOW COST./4W' LOST TTMB.
taste of spirits delivered to your cheese, same chopped chicken educational film, "1958 Divine .
door by the :bell man from a ,bar, liver with a nice radish a good Will International Assembly Piles Rectal Disease.
Just a few blocks away. As for piece of brisket beef with a few of Jehovah's Witnesses. This film DR. LONG'S CLINICe I
Mariett, herself she, is as sweetas potato pancakes and he would showed the Christian worship of e A General Health Service
pie. Please take my word for 'I soon (give up all this nonsense. I 54,000 persons from 123 counties. Reducing 21 S.W. 18th Ave. FR' 2748
- it, this Is the' nicest and "nlo s t would institute a National Cheeze
reasonable/ place: to stay in Nas- Blintzes Week, with sour cream.. Christian HospitalContinued
sau. A place that is clean, beau- He also says that "The tremendous -
tiful and inexpensive. When you buying power of the 12 million from paige 1
go there, as a favor to me, let her Negroes in the South has
know\ that you read about her been based wholly on the 'absence Ministers of the city will make Do you own property in the Bahamas
place in the Miami Times. She cf racial segregation. The White special announcements at church
was so nice to me that I feel thatI and Negro stand at the same services throughout the day urg- Would you like to sell-or buy?
can repay her a little and dO grocery and supermarket coun- ing citizens to come out and inspect -
you a .favor at the same time !by ters; deposit money at the same their new hospital.
telling you about her guest bank teller's window; pay phone The 50-bed hospital will begin WRITE TO
house. There Is an ad in this and light bills to the same clerk; admitting patients on) Tuesday. J,
paper that will give you more ,information walk, through the same dime and C. Fulbnore is the administrator
about it. But you can't department stores, and stand at in charge.the SANDS REALTYP.O.
say I didn't tell you. the same' drugstore counters. It
is only when the Negro "sets"
OUR THANKS Basil Cooperfor that the fur begins to fly." Ho sun goes down you'll have Box 1147 Nassau, Bahamas
his nice write-ups in the suggests a vertical Negro Plan. yourself a nice compact com
Nassau Guardian. He is a young Only desks in our public school munity. You'll never have to
man with a good future in the . no seats. The desk should be worry about Negroes again and
newspaper 8me. these "standup" Jobs like they you'll even have yourselves your
used to have for bookkeepers own country' clubs, swimming I
HERB GAINES and Bill long years ago/ since no one pays pools, rummage sales, and book BARKLEVS CUT-RATE STOREThe
Brown, both representatives for any attention to a 'Vertical Ne- reviews." ,
Budweiser, tell of going fishing gro." He sez, "This may be a This book you must readl! It Is
with Algie Green. Seems Algie blessing in disguise. They are not now being sold at all newsstandsin Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
lost his footing and fell In the learning to'read sitting down, the pocket book ire for only
water. Sez Algie, "help, I can't anyway" ; maybe standing up will 50 cents. Do me a favor and geta 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
swim." Sez Bill Brown, "Gee lookat help. This will also save the copy. You will really enjoy it.
the size: of that alligator! taxpayers money on the cost of Of course Mr. Golden talks of THE FINEST PRODUCTS AT CUT RATE PRICES
Herb. Wooosh . out comes Al- the seats. other things and it is funny,
gie, and his wallet didn't even warm, wise and every !page is SUMMER MEDICINE h
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and easiest to save a fellow that's overlook, Mr. Golden says that like ItlI'm Father John's Medicine. Carduii Lydia E. Pinkhamj
drowning. he has a' plan to solve the prob- through, except that I noticed Syrup of Black Draught; Gcritolj) Sal Hepatica
lem for,all members of the White that Dave does not have a Miles' Nervine Super Anahist Cough Syrup.
SEEN EATING at the Shell Citizens Councils throughout the Pretty Girl of The Week . so
Room in Nassau were Miamians South Who are afraid of School here I (go again, Petty Boy of The Open, Dally and Sunday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Evelyn Moss, Betty Jenkins and and Church desegregation. He Week: Hank Arrington.
Ella Clayton of West Palm Beach. says, "Become Jewsl I There is Since I have the last word . I',John A. McMinn, Owner
little likelihood of (what ,_ ,.. .. r ,. >
Also school marms of the "Jim any woman doesn't?) I'll say, r t\ '- "t/>-
able number' of appreci-I "Look for the
Jam Elementary," Martha JackSon silver lining .
to shul. it's there behind "
going Every every cloud.
,, and Gloria Lacy . Taking .
in the sights were Dr. and Mrs. !
Joseph Poitier. (He is the pharmacist

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that I can have all of my
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.. I I" f '.I ." .' ,," ': Dr. H. C. McDowell pastorA. Elisha S. Clarke Jr., priest

E. McNeal, reporter The St. Ann's Church celebrated -

Sunday is the first Sunday in its Patron Saint on Sunday, \
26 and also its 45th anni-
August and as our usual com- July
munion and all new signers of versary with Solemn Sung Mass '_.
/ our charter iwill be Fellowshlpsed: and semmon with procession at
in the church by our pastor 11' a.m. The St. Cecelia's choir
'Rev. Mr. Dowell started a series sang the Missa Marislis Mass by
to uuc of sermons last Sunday on Winfred Douglas. The church: was

"Jacob's Pilgrimage," he dealt full to capacity

with his trip to "Bethel," this _On Monday, July 27 at the HillTop
Sunday he will continue with his Ballroom was ahe banquet

journey to "Mizpah.' ," and the dinner. Lewis Burrowstastmaster, _
next Sunday to Penieh'Our Mrs. Elisha Clnke! Jr., mistress of
ST. FRANCIS XAVIERN.W. Sunday School is growing. ceremonies and guest speaker,

We appreciate your bringing your Elliott J. Pieze. Mr. Pieze a
I'' THE MIAMI ES-UThe Peoples Newspaper"PAE 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. children to church with you as timely message on "Will The gave Negro -
Phone FR 9-1424 is
their sermonette by the pastor
Become Communist or Re-
10 \ interesting even to the I
Daily..................:.............. 8 a-00 very Harold Cockett, president'of the
''II. Sunday ........ 7 a.m. & 8:30: aon grown Quite ups.a few of our membersand Episcopal main, Americans.Ohurchinen.Response Mrs. Ese-by

NEW BETHEL BAPTIST MT. ZION A. M. E. MISSIONARY friends are returning from line Morgan, president of the .
SPIRITUAL their vacation and we are expecting -
1571 N.W. 68th Terrace 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. with us Episopal Churchwomen, gave a
you to worship
10250 S.W. 176th Street vote of thanks. One of the most
Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor Opa Locka each Sunday morning at 11 am.
Rev. Ernest Hutcheson Jr., pastorOn outstanding features of the even-
Mrs. Cleolla McCartney, Rep. Rev. C. J. Jenkins, pastor in the auditorium of the Seventh 'ing was the performance of "A

Sunday School ................ .9:30: a.m next Sunday morning the Day Adventist School, 50th st. Dream of Home" by Frazoil sung
There be sale at
will a Morning worship ............ 11 am junior choir of our church will be and 25th ave. by Jackie Cooper a member of
church: on Saturday evening, League ................................ 5 pjn singing. When you read this your reporter the church. Jackie does have'a
Aug. 1. Sister Rosalie Harris and Evening worship ................ 7 pan will be on her way to I beautiful voice. She was accompanied -
Sister Annie Sears will !be In The pastor, officers and mem- Jackson, Miss where she will ,
charge. bers wish to express words of attend the Regional Federationof by her mother, Mrs. Win-
ifred Cooper. She is also student -
to friends, the a
our I
BAPTIST appreciation Women's Club and visit friendsin
Mrs. Eliza Johnson left BETHANY Miami Times and Elliott J. Piezeof Jackson, Columlbus and ,Meridian at Bethune Cookman Col-
via PAA to be at the (bedside of 307 N.W. 45th St. WMBM for their cooperationand Miss. Mrs. Rosa Stewart has lege and a member of the- college -

her sister who is ill in Nassau, Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor encouragement in our recent kindly consented to report the choir. _

Bahamas. She asks for you to Sis. Marjorie Shelby, reporter Women's Day pr lgTam. Rev. news for. our fellowship/ A dinner served the

pray for her sister and for her a Sunday: School ............ 9:30 am I Sister Elizabeth Gray, the morn- I women of the was church. by
: and Mrs. Catherine
safe trip. Morning Service ............ 11 am ing speaker, MT. SINAI BAPTISTRev

We BTU ................................ 5:30 pan Pratt, the evening speaker. spoke The Patronal Festival Com-
are proud to that about"women. Sister S. A. Thomas
laudably pastorD.
very say
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Service .. 7:30 General
Evening : pm mittee are as follows:
we are doing big things at Now Margaret Rolle presided at the B.. reporter
Prayer Service. Thurs. 7:30: pan chairman, Harold U. Cockett and
Bethel, this past week we put upa morning service and Sister Essie
We with last
were our
Mrs. Eseline Morgan; publicityand
new form of illumination, May Black at night. Sister Viola
FIRST BAPTIST Sunday, but the regular routineof banquet chairman L. R.
read momi
which: has given the interior of Darling scripture land
activities (were carried on in Burrows, S. ?f, Mills, A. D. Saun-
night and also spoke. Sister
the church the look. ,
new Sis. L. Whitehead
reporterRev. just about the same manner with ders and M. Cockett; committeeof
Yula May Yelder friend of
a our
E. P. Brown
pastor Rev. Williams in
charge. .
games, Mary Turnquest
church and Sis. Elmore Farring- ,
Matthew Temple AMEZ The members of choir No.
one, chairman, and Kathleen Saunders
The revival meeting has ended.It ton, pinned bouquets upon the -
1628 N.W. 5th Ave. was conducted by the Rev. W two speakers. rendered appropriate songs for ; treasurer, Mrs. Prudence
Rev. Daniel Pridgen, pastor C. Edcar of the Mt. Morlah Baptist the morning service. The Rev Cooper; caterers, chairman, Mrs.
Church, ,Perrine. The services Among our visitors was the Mr. Uptgrow, delivered the ser- Hariet Womcck, Mrs. Beatrice
Sunday School 9:45: ajn. Rev. O. A. Pratt. B.A., B.D., hus- mon. Hill and Mrs. S. Sands. Ushers S.
were highly spirited. Fifty-
Morning Worship 11:05: a. n. The delegates and others have
seven members were added to band of Mrs. Catherine Pratt N. Mills, M. Minnis, A. McKenzieand
Evening Worship 7:30 pjn. the church 30 for baptism. This Come and visit us. You are returned from the congress, and G. Dorsett.
we are anticipating echoes next
Zion Hope M. Baptist revival will be long rememberedin Sunday. You are urged to be '. -
the history of the church. Both .
Your "
present. will be - -
1710 N.W. 69th St. and 17th Ave. No. 1 and 2 usher boards ren- ST. JAMES BAPTISTRev. presence a -
means of encouragement to the
Rev. C. W. Scott dered their services. The pastor J. B. SMITH
pastor J, L. Johnson, pastor young people, who were repre-
Sunday School 9:30: and members wish to express Sunday Services sentatives.

Morning Service 11:00 their. appreciation to those of ;Sunday School........... 9:30: ajn Ycu are invited to worship withus ELECTRICSERVICE
BTU 6:00: various churches, also came to Morning Worship ........ 11:00: ajn at any time. The doors are

Evening Service 7:00: help the us Lord.EBENEZER put over, such a programfor BTU ................................ 5:30: pm a-eu to all who enter.TROUBLEDf .

Prayer. Meeting 8:00, Evening Worship ............ 7:30: p-m Electrical Contractor
(,Tuesday night) Visitors always welcome LOVE HOUSEWIRING"Don't
METHODIST Instructions
323 N.W. 14th St. followed. Strictly

Rev. Aaron D.- Hall, pastor MONEY PROBLEMS cuss Call us"
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe Ernestine L. Hambrick, reporterWe ANTIOCH BAPTIST I'll help. Solution available If

Baha'i Assembly of Miamiis personal. PHONE OX 1-3625
Rev. E. D. Richardson, pastor
services JOHN WAMSTEKERDept.
enjoyed throughoutthe
continuing its seriesof
discussions on self improve day on last Sunday with our Minnie T. Copeland, reporter 15 Night or Day

ment. Mrs. Louise BTaylor, ,executive youth of the church. Sunday School was opened at Dept. 15, Box 10
director of the Murrell The WSOS had its pledge service the usual hour by Supt. CUlmer. Ottery, Cape, South Africa
Branch of the YWCA, will (be the on Sunday night in the main
leader at the Baha'i Center, 137 auditorium of' the church. Members i The devotional service was

NW 1Mb ave., Sunday, Aug. 2. were dressed in white and.I conducted by Deacons Morgan and
Her subject will be "Why Be the service !was very impressive./ Olive. FARRAN'S PALMISTRY STUDIO
Good?" The candle light service climaxed .
the entire service Our pas-' At 3 'pjn. the No. one usher r- Madame Farran, life reader, adviser, .
Everyone is cordially invited tor offered the prayer of conse- board. celebrated hs 18th anniver- born with
to participate. Tea will be serv- cration. sary with Morning Star, Baptist power Mme Farran !I. nationally
ed at 6 pjm. followed by a social Church. known, hIghly recommended.
hour and the discussion. The Holy Communion will be x Mme. Farran, the wonder' lady of Miami
administered at both services on The Missionary Society and the has :, ,
TRINITY WESLEYAN Sunday. You are invited to attend Pastor's Aid is sponsoring a din- L returned to help you"with your per- ,
services throughout the day. ner sale at the home of Sister sonal problems.

Rev George E. Johnson, pastor The Pastor's Aid Board will Pierce, 3360 NW 48th terr., Sat- Are you unhappy Does bad luck
Mrs: Phyllis Andrews, reporter have charge of class 'meeting on urday, Aug. 1. For delivery call teem

Sunday School .................... .9 aja.Vfornln Tuesday.Mrs. NE 47728. to follow you? Are you discouraged, tick
worship llOC: J. L. Dixon, Mrs. Bernice aL:: or In distress Mme. Farran, removes evil l
On ;
August 8 we will have thepastor's
Young Hall, Mrs. Margaret Thompkins
People's Meeting 5
p.m and Mrs. Wllhemina .' M. Davisare / annual tea. We urge you Influence. Reunites the separated. Turns failure Into success,

GRACE PRESBYTERIAN attending the School of Mission to pray for and visit our sick and health and happiness. Phone NE 4.3267 for appointment.

of the WSCS which con-' shutins.' Visitors are always welcome. If you cannot come send 2 one dollar bills with stamped,
14 th Ave. and 69th Street
at Bethune
venes Cookman College
self.addressed envelope for your Solar Horoscope.
Sunday School........... 9.30 am Daytona Beach July 27-31.
Morning Service ............ 11:00: aom. We acknowledge the presenceof Take Buses '15 or 24 4500 N.W. 27th Ave.
Westminster Fellowship &00 /pan those of Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor
you whQ came to
Evening Service 8 pm: worship with us. And invite you Mrs. Jenette Folson, reporter

TEMPLE BAPTISTFirst to worship with us always. The third quarterly conferenceof
I would like to make -'"
: a correction I the Miami district was heldat NOW
Sunday services will be as to last week's news on Greater Bethel beginning on i

as usual: Testimonial expressions the organ' recital. The recital will Sunday, July 27, with.Rev. W. B. AT
and administration of the Lord's be held on Sunday evening, Aug. Coffey, presiding elder.
Supper at 11 ajn and during the ust 9 at 4 o'clock in the main

evening sermon and the Lord's auditorium. Senior usher board. We were very fortunate to have o u LASTThey maimif-
Supper. The choirs will serve No. 1 is sponsor. Rev. Leonard F. Morse visiting can

Jointly. Our shutins with us, and he accepted the invitation ; be sold-
sick and are: Sis-
All the men of the church ters Rosa L. Brown, Jackson Me- to bring us the messagesat t qa's t N yes these r
the morning and evening ser- Y
two a mas-
morial Hospital Mae Don Bui-,
asked to ,
see their captains about vices. Both sermons were inspir- te ing books. .
lard 14135 Jackson St. Richmond
the arrangements for Men's "
Day and '
ing, spiritual far-reaching. The titles
Heights Sara Clarke 1345 NW A
the fourth Sunday in ; ,
August. Rev. Morse is dean the Academic
of only par.
2nd court, apt 2. Phyllis Mayes,
Officers and members are 274 NW 14th St., Bro I. A. Tay- Dept. at Edward Waters flatly ex. [GODFREY'SPENCER
thanking and congratulating Mrs. lor, 1240' NW 65th terr. College, Jacksonville. plain theircontents.

B. Hart, for the splendid Job as Your prayers are urged for Monday night the business session But the tit.
chairman of the decoration committee these people. was held with Presiding -4. les alone
during the recent Sunday Elder Coffey in charge. Rev. F. .
can not begin ___ .._
School and Training Union Congress Thought for the day: Be patient J. Hicks led the devotion. Excel-
to ,
reveal *:
A pioneer enough! to live one day ata
Temple-ite the
lent reports were given by the to
first furniture. for the ladies' yesterday time as Jesus and taught leaving us, tomor-letting various boards of the church and the facts of why you may not be able you to win. Yes between these

room was (given by her. For this till lt go arrives. Presiding Elder Coffey com pages you will learn the secret of how the astrologists get their
occasion, apart from working row mented highly on the fine spirit winning numbers. You may find out for the first time why you have
hard to 'put and keep things in existing and the excellent work failed to catch anything by: .speculation on stocks and bonds. Cuban
order, she is the donor of the being done by the pastor and and other forms of numerology! These' books tell you what to do to.

new furniture for the ladies. May Lois Hicks, reporter members. get on the winning track often! You can not afford to be without
her tribe Increase. these books for the very low price of only $5.00 for both. This may
NOTE: Visitors are always wel
: Rev. and Mrs. S. A. Cousin,
be your chance to make a killing and say goodbye to bills and money
come. and Elder and Mrs. Coffey have worries forever. Tell friends only after road
\ your you are on a better
Order of Service just returned from Detroit, Mich I| to success. Be the first Order yours today. '
Your Vote is Needed Sunday School....................... 9:a. where they were attending the
Morning worship 11:00 convention. They
quadrennium Send to JAMAICA CANDLE
SHOP 6965 N.W 16th Ave.
BTU ....................?........?....? SSO: reported a very fine and successful ,
Register Today! Evening worship ......__ 7:39 session. Miami 47, Florida

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BTU Richmond Heights SATURDAY AUGUST 1 1959 PAGE 11This "Heretic. will be the sermon
Rev. L. R. Roes, Pastor topic of the Rev. Walter C. Jolly,
ONGRESS'UCCESSFUL Jean E. Scott, reporter guest minister at the First Unitarian
Church located on Dixie
Sunday School..................-... 93:0 Highway at SW 29th road on
Morning service ...........?....... 11:00 j1 Sunday, Aug. 2, 11 ajn.
What Is regarded as one of the BTU ...............M..-....................... 5:30: .< The "Midtowners" will' have awim
ost successful and inspiring Evening service .......*............... 7:00 \ "f. $ ,party and .box supper on
ssions of the Sunday Schoolnd Tuesday Aug. 4, 6 at the
Revival t'- p.m.
will be held
| BTU Congress of Atlantic beginning
home of Mrs. May Brown! 230
the second
Sunday in next month
cast Baptist Association was heldt 28th st., Miami Beach.
| Temple Baptist ,Church, 1723 andwill run until Friday.
On Wednesday, Aug. 5,
At 3 the
p.m. celebratedwith
TW 3rd ave., July 15-19 pjm. the Men's Luncheon Club
Along with others on the wel- the Young Matrons and the
Red Circle. The will meet at the Ocean Ranch
ome program Tuesday evening: worth while program was Hotel, 200 S.E. 13th. St.
ere Mrs. {Ellen Taylor; repre- Sister Alice having. The Community Groups will
renting the Eastern Stars of the sick. We Simpson is still meet on Friday, Aug. 7. No. 1 will
city. J. R. Taylor the are wishing for her a'
businessen speedy have a picnic at Baker's Haul-
and the Hon. John Burroughs The over at '6 p.m. and No. 8 will
was well
the fraternal organiza- sented at the convention repre-with visit the plant of a local newspaper -
tions. Selections were renderedby tjwo delegates., at 8 pjn.
| St. James choir, New Bethel's

choir and Temple's, and Miss D. THE INCARNATION NEW HOPE P.B. CHURCHRev.
Hart .was M. C.
The Sunday School departmentwas 1835 N.W. 54th StreetFr. H. C. Samuel, pastor

[ presided over by District E. S. Clarke Jr., vitar Mrs. Evelyn Granger, reporter

Supt. Deacon Chas. E. Gibson, Susan Butler, reporter Monday night, July 27, Rev. T.
and the Training Union by Mrs.K SUNDAYS W. Samuels of Mt. Zion P.B.
Trbttie of West Palm Beach. picture shows a portion of the public to visit the Templeand
Solemn Sung Mass and Church of) Eustlce, began preach-
the crowd that heard Minister
Three sessions were held daily, Sermon ........................ 8:45: : ajn. Jeremiah X last Wednesday at learn more of this religion. ing services for 'he revival. Sun-
and courses ,were taught by Mrs.V. This week the Times begins a
Church School and Bible the Miami's Islam Temple, 615 : day School began at 9:30: with
Dames (The True Functionsof Class .............................. 10 a.m. NW 2nd ave. Islam, he describes, /feerles by Arlington Sands on Islam the Supt. Deacon T. Hamilton In
the Sunday School) and MissD. E. Y. C. Meeting ............ 5:30: pjn as a beautiful religion and invite and Elijah Muhammad. charge. At 11 am. a soul-stirring
(Developing a Christian Solemn Evensong and devotional service was conducted -

Personality.) The ministers stud- Sermon ............................ 7 p.m. by Deacon A. Johnson. The
ied "Growing a Church." WeekdaysLow pastor delivered a very inspira-

One of the features of the Mass: Wednesday mornings Islam Religion Catching tional .aermon. Sub: The task of
congress 'was the educational address and All Saints Day' 6:30: ajn. the Christian religion In times
delivered by Miss Helen like these. Text: John 66869.:
Taylor of New Mt. Zion Homestead The Saints Ann-Margaret At 0 pjn. BTU was called to

on Thursday night. Her chapter of the Episcopal church on in Miami By Arlington Sands order: by Mother Cora, Martin.At .
choir was up to render music. Women is sponsoring a Night of I 7 p.m. devotional service
The one hundred-dollar scholar- Games Friday July 31 at 8 p.m. was conducted by Deacon O. B.
ship was also awarded to MissB. at the home of Mrs. Louise Brad- Every age has Its prophets over town selling Islam, and the Wheeler. The pastor delivered
Cunningham, a member of ley, 1870 NW 55th st. Admissionfree this age is no exception. Pittsburg Courier (Mr. Muham- I the sermon.)
the same church and cousin of the public is invited. This is Among the many that claim mad's column appearing weekly) The Junior choir and No. 1
the speaker. Rev. H. W. Miss is one of.the summer parties we appointment from God, one Eli- with more zeal and enthusiasmthis usher board rendered services
pastor. know you will have a lot of fun. jah Muhammad is perhaps the observer has yet to witnessby throughout the day. Let us pray
Friday evening was the time Foods and drinks will be on sale. most remarkable. Mr. Muhammadis any Negro for any cause. for and visit our shutlns, Mother

the young people had been look- the leader of a Moslem group, Cora Samuels, Sis. Estelle Rich-
ing forward to for a year. The The St Vincent's Acolyte GuildIs "the Temple of Islam." Unlike ardson and Mother Annie Reed.
occasion of the musical and dec- sponsoring its second annual of the other prophets, Mr. BETHANY BAPTIST
lamation contest.. Twelve young- Womanless Wedding, Monday, Muhammad claimed not only a FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST
3078 N.W. 45th St.
sters lined the platform Aug. 3 at the parish hall 1701 NW
as con- talk from God but the exclusive
Rev. Keaton pastor Rev. C. J.
Rudy ,
testants. The ,Winners in the solo 69th st. at 8 pm. Admission 75c entertained Burney, pastor
I privilege of having
Marjorie Shelby, reporter Marie Alford reporter
group were Ronald Hepburn, adults, 35c Children. You will I the Almighty in his home. To ,

first prize; Lenora Campbell, second get the joy of your life. Do come. him and his followers, God is a Sunday School....................... 9:30: Delegates from the Sunday
; Larry King of Ebenezer, i living being flesh and blood- Morning worship .................... 11:00 School Department made their
West Palm Beach, third. Win- The Church School's annual not -a spirit. BTU ...........-..............-............... 5:30 rdports during the regular Sun-
ners in the oratorical contest picnic will be on Tuesday, Aug. Evening worship .................... 7:00: day School time, directed by
parish followers of Mu-
the Elijah
were: 4. Buses leaving ,hall Deacon Wise and Deacon Jack-
Lenora Campbell of Templeand at 9 a.m. Free lunch for the hammad the is the last apostle Sunday School was in chargeof
Wanda Ferguson of New Mt. Church School pupils. Bus fare' the Elijah, that the Bible said'wool Bro. J. O. Walker, acting sup- son.The No. 2 choir rendered the
Zion tied for first place; Annette 50 cents. come to raise-up his peopleto erintendent. Lesson was "Cour morning .song service while our
Dean of St. James, second; HelenTaylor. The Guild of our Lady Is spon- free this "so-called Negro age in Christ." pastor, Rev C. J. Burney deliv-
of New Mt. Zion, third.In I soring a trip to Alaska on Friday physically and spiritually from Rev. Smith was In charge of ered the message. Text: Luke 8:
the solo group Aug. 7 Buses leaving the tne shackle of the white slave- the 11 o'clock service. A wonderful 4346. Theme: "The Touch of
Winners in the Essay Contest parish hall 8 phi. Admission 75c master. He and he alone has the sermon was enjoyed by all. Jesus.

were: Menchel Rolle, Ebenezer, adults, children 35 cents. solution to the problems, they Music was furnished by the Jun- The No. 1 choir had charge of
first; Joyce Roberts, Mt. Zion, On July 26 the St. Theresa's will tell you. ior choir. the evening song service. Rev.
second; Nathalee Bonaby, NewMt. chapter of the Episcopal Church Ills solution: Accept Islam. Men's Day was observed at 3 J.W. Spoland delivered the even-
Zion, third.In (jvomen sponsored Miss SassandraH. Give the white man back his religion p.m. with 'a wonderful and highly ing message. Text 2nd Peter 1:10-
the Sunday School contestMt. Hanna. in a piano recital She (Christianity). Do not integrate successful program. 18. The No. 2 usher board had
Zion, West Palm Beach, Rev.J. playedbeautlfullly and I'm sure but seek separation. For charge of the day's work.
H. Johnson, pastor, took first everyone In attendance agrees the whlteman is doomed. According Evening services, with Rev. R. -
place; New Mt. Zion Homestead with me. The recital was quite to Muhammad, if the Negrois Keaton in charge, was spirituallyhigh :
Rev. H. W. Moss, pastor".secondand enjoyable. to be saved from destruction with a warm, soul stirring
Temple, third. when God ends the (white) workhe message. For The Highest in
Sunday services were very MT. ZION BAPTIST must be separated.Mr. .

largely attended. During the Luvenla Knox Muhammad, who was born I Church of TransfigurationEpiscopal COSMETICSCall
morning the combined choirs of
Public Relations Officer in Georgia 60 years ago, has developed -
Temple furnished music and the ( )
a hatred for .white people YUkon 3-5681
moderator delivered the mes- Christian Is a noun that needs I which an obsession.It 2571 N.W. 132nd Terr.
now appears
sage. The Mt. Olivette Joint choir no adjective for adequate modification is reflected in all ,of the teaching Ven. John E. Culmer "BANDS"
sang during the evening and the for !if one is a Christian of Islam ministers. The white priest In charge
Rev. O. A. Pratt preached an' he is "good," and if one is "bad"he man, whom they call the "blue Stanley Sweeting, reporter A lo
inspiring closing sermon. loses his classification as a Miami Times
eyed devil" Is their favorite sermon Services every Sunday Newspaper
Devotional and other messages Christian. However, we will admit subject. Sunday after Sun- Horning worship .................... 0:30
were delivered by the Revs. Ernest ; that some are more dedicated day they will tell you about this Sunday School..................... 10:30
Williams, J. H. Johnson, J. ; than others but there is no (blue eyed devil). His beginning
A. King, Rev. J. L. Johnson andH. 'middle ground when it comes to His atrocities against the Negro -

M. G. McDonald. Christianity.We His ending (which they .
The following officers were are pleased that the members claim is now at hand). This con-
elected: Deacon Chas. E. Gibson, of the Mt. Zion Baptist stant denunciation of white
district superintendent; Mrs. I Church will be able to take their people has brought the charges TV REPAIRS
Augusta Newbold, assistant; Mrs. rightful places in the future in that they preach hate. And they
K. TrottI, district president, the field of Christian 'Leadership. answer back, "A man is a fool
Miss Betty Cunningham, vice A delegation, who Joined forces to love is oppresscr." The truth
president; Mm. Marion Johnson, with all of the other religious they say, is the light and chal- 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.--Sunda 10 to 3
treasurer; Mrs. Elizabeth Par minded (people of the Florida East lenge anyone to disprove their
son, secretary; Miss Elsie Doug- Coasthas returned from Daytona accusations against the (white SERVICE
las, assistant; Mrs. Melba Sher- Beach (where they attended the race. Mr. Muhammad and his fol- DRIVE-IN
man, pianist; Miss D. Hart, instructor District Sunday School BTU lowers 'make no allowance among .
Rev. H. W. Moss, chair- Congress in which an annual the whites North or South,
man of executive board. school of religious education Is liberals or reactionaries, Jews or
The congress meets next yearat conducted with our minister Gentiles they are all white, ALL WORK GUARANTEEDPickup
Ebenezer, West Palm Beach, serving as dean. In this school thus all evil.
Rev. J. A. King, pastor. young people and adults are Introduced -
nevertheless, Is more and No
Islam Delivery Charger
The entire delegation was loudIn to books, by capable It demands
anti-white religion. -
praising the officers and mem- teachers, that will enrich their than to strict mor-
bers of Temple for the splendid knowledge in Christian Educa- adherence a shall
with which we
al code (
commend President R.
entertainment accorded the con- tion. We
article ,
gress. E. Lee for the fine work which deal in cur
Is doing. Islam, they said, will elevate the
the Congress
sense of a Tr coR t,
give the Nero a
If do not have a church Negro, r
MT. CALVARY BAPTIST homecome you to Mt. Zion. Sunday pride and respect and under- r 4 6iAN6la e

Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor School begins at 9 am.. morning standing of himself that and Christianity his glorious 4, -w

Phyllis Myers, reporter service at 11 an.; BTU 8 p.m, history, him.To .. e ESiZ IIOMf *
and evening service, 730. Recre- could never give y
"Remember the Sabbath day ation in the church I* safe and the Negro, Mr. Muhammad e AUTO ,, t'
and keep It holy." wholesome, but most of all it is said, "Islam is the religion of
At 9:30: am. Sunday School was character building.was your (African) forefather. God,
opened with Deacon Grady Mann he said, has told him "that you

superintendent In change., The furnished by the No. 1 choir. (Negroes) are the wisest, most
lesson was reviewed by: Rev. delivered by I beautiful and strongest people on
The message yn.s the earth the origi
4:12 the face of ,
found Acts ,
Stephens.At 11 devotional services were Rev. Stephens One nal people and the most numerous -
opened with Bro. Smith In. subject "No Other Names.holy family on our planet." American I'hono TV Corp.
Joined our
charge. Music was furnished by under person Christian experience. We I The amazing thing about Islam
the No. 2 choir which sang like visiting with us Rev. Lang, isn't who Elijah Muhammad
never before. A oul- tirring ser- had claims to be, nor the teaching of
encouraging reopen
mon was delivered by Rev. Chalk, who gave a few I. the Moslem religion, but wit b 2243 N.W. 62nd Street NE 57225UNDAY

subject, "See Jesus For Your- marks.An Invitation is extendedto acceptance of him and his teach

self. to come and worship withus. I ings among young people. HereIn
Again: Sunday night the service you Miami his followers are all
was high In spin t. Music .


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;' THE MIAMI TIMES -"The Peoples' Newspaper" children.

DEATHS be ,announced ,WITH p'"t
rAGE 12 SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1959 stations "

Willie Tyler of I
Mrs. A. M. Jenkins,. wife of st, died in Ga. -- 'C S In
CARDSMEMORIALSCARD Rev. C.J.: Jenkins, pastor of Mt. I July 30. He Is. .'of Rev. King and other!
Zion AME Church Opa Locka, Iwidow, Mrs. speakers of the'-8-

''< died Tuesday, July 29, 12:10: p.m. er, Mrs. Bell at Spelman Col
I in a Ft. Pierce Hospital. Funeral setta Tyler, ,three on fighting integration
OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS! services will be held at Mt. Zion, Jeff and Mose to Its listeners that they
Opa Locka, Monday, Aug. 3, 4 member of the with love not fear,

We the family of the late We, the family of the late pjm 'and St. Paul, Ft. Pierce, Church bf anger. In using this line ,
': TILLMAN (TILL) KEY MRS. HATTIE J. TINSLEYwho Tuesday, Aug. 4, 4 pjm. Burialin services will be the enemy is sur-
wish to extend our heartfelt departed this life on July 10, Ft. Pierce. Condolences may and Is more( easily. won,
thanks to the many friends and 1959 wish to thank the many be sent to 1915 NW 152nd St., In .
neighbors for teir kind expres- friends for their cards, flowers( ,' Opa Locka, Fla or 2201 Ave. D., was Rev. Ralph D.
sions of sympathy during our be- service and sympathy' during our Ft. Pierce, Fla. I wish to pastor of the First
appreciation to
reavement. The beautiful florals, bereavement in the loss of our Church' ]n Montgomery
Johnson and
cards letters and all beloved mother.A T. in the bus boycott.
telegrams ,
Francis . of St. John, all, Famny.'i'
a set of rules to be
other kindnesses thanks to the
were deeply ap special Rev. 5th place for
preciated. Macon and First Churchof .
Baptist Funeral services for William tended to me in Henry Arrington and the
Opa Locka and to the Rich-
Henry Cash of 416% NW 14th st. reavement. Th
Special thanks to the M. S. ardson' Funeral Home. T. Graham attend-
Allen Funeral Home for its effi- Mrs. Lois Kelly died July 27 following a brief illness telegrams, Miami.
cient service and Ven. John E. 16431 N.W. 20th Ave. will be held Saturday, Aug. kind of gestures
1 at the Church of God in Christ Thanks to '
Culmer and members of St. Agnes Opa Locka Fla. OF THANKS
Episcopal Church; No. 2 Pall- 1747 NW 3rd ave. with Rev. Elder God bless you.
bearers Society. Many, many Cohen officiating. Mrs. Rosa
thanks to all. May God bless you IN MEMORIAMIn Mr. Cash is survived by his to express our sincere
Mrs. Nettie Key, wife wife, Ruth, 9 children, 10 grand- CARD OF and appreciation to the
Mrs. Ella K. Wilson, Dght. loving memory of my be- children, a sister, Miss Martha persons who showed., to-
Joseph Wilson, grandson loved huSband Cash, 2 daughters-in-law, Mrs. The family sympathy by cards, let-
Ida Storr Cash, Mrs Vera Ingra- MRS. MYRTLE and deeds of
ham Cash. 'wish to extend during! our recent be-
many neighbors when we were sad-
CARD OF THANKSIt 6 Steve Strong of 1403 NW 1st ct. their kind the passing of our dear
died July 25 in Jackson Hospital. In our recent Herman Wiley of New
is with heartfelt appreciationthat He is survived by his wife, Maude. cards, flowers thanks to the Sea-
the family of: the late, Funeral arrangements are incomplete were of great for the splendid way
JEFF BRIDGESwho of need May God wherever possible.
,passed away on July 1, and every one of you Wiley, brother
laid to rest July 9, wish to the Mrs. Lee of Sunny The Monroe Wiley, sister-in-law
many friends for flowers, cards, Haven and Moody Ave. Dr.,
telegrams, donations, and use of'' Princeton, died July 25 at Ken-
your cars. Thanks to the Range dall Hospital. She leaves a hus- ,
Funeral Home Ben Washingtonand band Joseph, and other relatives. Anyone wishing to buy or sell
coirs, Pallbearers Lodge No. Funeral arrangements are incomplete -
1, the neighbors 65th through .
67th streets, between 12th and .w. Bahama Islands Real Estate
15th aves. for the floral spray and
others for their kind words of ,. .
Darnell Ford, 467 NW 6th st, Please Contact Edward J. Evans
Especially do we thank Mrs. died at his residence on July 24
Susie Daniels Francis and Dell He is' survived by his father,
Jones for their .kindness throughthe James Sr., a son, Darnell Jr., i a
years. stepmother, Mrs Annie Ford and Suite 1521 Metropolitan Bank Building
May God 'bless each of you. two brothers. Chapel services

9 Mrs. Inlet Williams, daughter were conducted on Wednesday. Miami, Florida PHONE FR 7-3281
Mrs. Eula M. Williams, sister Burial was held in Evergreen
Mrs. Juel Bruce, MR. PERCY' G. WILLIAMS: Memorial Cemetery.
granddaughter (who departed this life Aug. 1,

Neresa, Anthony, Timothy, 1958. Mrs, Melvina Poitier of 733
Gene, great; grand children Gone, but will never be forgotten NW 4th ave, died at Jackson
I. Hospital on July 29. Mrs. Poitier .
I think of you in my dreams. at was among some of the earliest j

CARD( OF THANKS night, settlers of Miami, having come
I call you in the dawn here from Bahamas during the -

i* We the family of the late, And yet I have to tell myself rear 1907. She became a member r..91/Krt kp Kia f ini and ne.eb a Ja '
,* MR. WILLIE PAUL GREEN that you are really gone of the Mt. Zion Baptist Church'over
That you are gone beyond recall, 30
wish to-take this time to thank years ago. Survivors include
the Forever and a day her husband, Richard, two .
many friends who were so -
considerate during the recent illness And there Is nothing I can do daughters! Mesdames Vera Collins -i;
And nothing/ I can say .and Doris Poitier -=::..
two sons, -
and death of Mr. Green. We ;..
You were so wonderful to me Richard Jr
wish to thank the and Charles, three
employers of
So gentle, sweet and kind,
the Pan merlcan Airway for act- .
It seemed that I was alwaysIn ---
ing as pallbearers; the pastor
your heart and in mind
Rev. D, R. Ross and his ushers for No, there is nothing I your can say, ', IN MEMORIAM
their wonderful support and the Except a loving .
Bain's Funeral Home for their That God will bless and 'keep you :"'1n sad but loving memory of LESTER C. ALBERT. Funeral Director

untiring who sent services. To those of you in His care our dearly beloved one, the late, 6342 N.W. ISth Avtnu OX 17661
cards and tie- And in silent sorrow , It's ...
grams, and to the ones who donated 't r. "
nothing I do ''' ,
can .
'. .'
cars, thank you also, and Except to live a better life J I ty' ..' ".t : p 555*
may God forever bless
you. In
memory of you. "COURTEOUS
Mrs. Annie Lou Green, wife Lois j EFFICIENT SERVICE"With
And other members of the Mrs. Sophia Taylor, wife sister Prices to Meet The Family Requirement

ifamlly t Mrs. Dorothy; Thomas, Dght.


N 'In loving' memory of our dear loving; memory of our dear '
mother, sister and grandmother mother,
McCLOUD ffl l:'; t
who departed this life July 29,
}958. Sleep on and take your rest, I'I V.
we love you but God loves you' /I. .
best. 1 ,
,\ McCloud Family 45'k db V'FA


memory of the late 4e Fact to Consider When Selecting a Funeral Home


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who, was called to the Great Beyond ti
-..-. ._<<._' -"-,, '- "on July 29, 1954.
Before the Lord Jehovah's throneYe
MRS. CLARA ''E. ROBINSONwho nations bow with sacred joy _
departed this life Aut 6, Know that the Lord is God
loved you. mother, but God le can create and He destroys,
loved you best. May you rest in !Us sovereign power without our
peace in your Father's arms. I aidMade
, i/y/y x 'Miss Willa M. Smith, Dght. us of clay and formed us
Mrs. D. M. Peace, I men
foster daughter And like wandering sheep we

tt k strayed SR7 K.W. ITtk ATKNCB.111AM1ftORIDA.Ma.
I ** OX Mill. OX 1-44
He .
brought us to His fold again.

REV. SUMNER IIUTCHESON Don't Fret Fight! Sleep on beloved sister, may Owr al At4tl.......0wMn ....... RaIlA
who died on July 27, 1958. Gone I you' rest in peace and may light S Mractar
Gut not forgotten. Join The NAACP perpetual shine upon you. 1 1

IL /The/ Family I ';-r .\ .. ._Thq Family


Personal Mention DO'__uv1II11DU'\IfU mrl nnc: 'IlIIf\Jt1 UIUIl!! UIUIIPI 1I<<'Tmr UI<{llII'l WD' l-.rq

Miss Edwina ..Scavella,, ,,home, j
economics teacher at Northwestern -
Senior High, is recuperatingat ; j ..iDCITY
Mt Sinai
Hospital : j r
gery. .... ""A'..

218_ Smalley's NW Roonjng 11th st. is N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.

ownership of Mr. and
Smalley and is j
Jennie Mae Smalley. 'f -,

Clyde Brennan, a j
mian and once a Times' j i &GIRLS AMD SHIRLEY'S OUT TO I PROVI m

MONROE, ,MUSIC HOUSE Is visiting from Detroit. .* 't$" II COlORI!
.. ... Is the father of two \
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Everything In Gospel Music .. has Just moved into a j
..' / '
Everything' tor the Church 1 "" ' -' .' He is a mechanic for \
Hymnals, Furniture. Mall orders Broward i:, .. ": j .
promptly filled. 936 N.W. 3rd Private Sidney,
Ave., Apt. 1.,FR 4-8904: Miami, County '; ..... \ of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney j I r0.w..w.w.AIAACa'A WIIA.I..AfMICI/0A
Fla. t I I, 1343D NW 5th ave. has
,. > News '. All.. I i'..;. signed to Co. D, 2 j
I I n' v i t ,. 'M''f:? !. Training Regiment at
FOR SALE .,1 b-' ByWalter .. son, S. C. for eight j j A flaming Hell of greed and hate I

( t1. combat training.
NATIONAL CASir.&egkter! ,:$251:; Bow
Dr. E. P. Murchlson GUNSMOKE'uTUGSON'
NA 1-7381. ---- -- ..... j
--- -- Ill and presiding \
Tcasters, Irons, fv fans'electric' The beauticians of West Fifth, Episcopal < j .ON..scoPG COLOR..WIIe
Hollywood -
GME Church and his ......
all small
appliances and Hallandale
ranges want to
Eleen and
repaired at. . thank all the models and guests enjoyed their brief Marcha j MARl mvoo.nEzrtntSti .
DRAKE'S for making their dance a huge
ami. Mrs. Pierce, who
7612, NW 22nd Avenue success Mrs. Eleanor Bowe, B. A. degree from I t.
Phone OX 1-6912 president guild; Mrs. Fannie Williams M.A. from the I kr .'
a8 president Unit 36.
cago, was a class I
Enid Curtis, ,who along
? CBS HOUSES on separate lots. Roscoe Parson, graduate of Vivian Owens I
Will sell together or sqparate. Tyler Barber College, has been of Miami and Miami '
Both houses are now rented. See added to the staff at Bowe's Bar- the Murchison I
them at 1157 NW 65th st., or call ber Shop. ladles expressed the I
TU 7-2030. our fair city again.

LOTS, 2 beautiful lots in nice Nassau.Walter He Bowe is reported is vacationing. having in a The small fry guests ., MON. TUES., WED.

airy location in Ft. Lauderdale. wonderful time.Sunlight. Morgan enjoyed a I
Selling1' cheap. Phone PL 4-5132. ty In honor of his
Chit-Chat ven by his parents Mr. .UNDERGROUND WAR EVER FOUGHT!
Sam Morgan Jr. at
J. Primus, reporter 2348 NW 51st st. After
FOR. RENTi in the spacious pool .
i I, pespite the tropical heat end joyed snaoks of hot t JAM 5 CAGNEYi
$17 PER WEEK, 2bedroomstove rains our clesses are filled to capacity Ice cream and cake. '
refrigerator and water each day with ea'ger and
anticipating students' Our DoN MURRAY ;..
free Also furnished one-bedrooms program -
844 NW 70th st. Phone NA 1-6353 on last Friday directed by i r
indf Mrs. I, Sargeant under the supervision Vacation Time DANA WYNTERGLYNIJOMNS
of our amiable instructor, I
FURNISHED ROOM in good Mrs. D. Brohvn, was highly enjoyed Tillle's Beauty
downtown location. 936 NW 3rd ,. It is through this mediumwe 3rd ave., will be c1o
ave., apt. 1, FR 4-8904. receive our public relation cation beginning ,J_ _
training Of which Is very important / 4. Will reopen Tuesday : "\ .
in the field Culture Mrs. Tlllle Allen, ? ....
BEDROOM APT. $16.50 a week. pf Beauty I "
Light, water furnished. 2260 (NW 'f n ,,' .
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62nd st. Within the near future this '"' \ ,

Inside. school-will be operating one of L A. \: "
the best hair styling departmentin
Located 1923 NW
Just painted. advance work for those who
6th Ct. Phone FR 4-4234 or NE ark"r'
Indef are willing to keep up with the HANDS wmi
trend of time in the beauty profession .
:1" ; : waving of the hair in all For quick, ;
1 and 2 bed-
NOW RENTING, forms also on the head will be Service DEVIL"
room apts. with. stove and refrigerator -
among the latest in this depart-
bus 24 passes door, Phone OX -
ment. SYBil rnORNDIKE'CYRIL CUSACK rw as neau aAt ra.t
2945 NW 46th St. FR 9-3576. ,mm. 4 M**.*nun(MT iMMr*IVAN C0ff60l ROBERT
Word was received of the illness 1742 N.W. b MARIAN THOMPSONn. IMREARDCNCONNER. .r...******
TWO BEDROOM house. Small. of Mrs. D. A. Julius. We are Specializing in MICHAEL**hum.GEORGE CUSS...W lTf R SELTZER
family cnly. Call PL 7-3338. wishing you a speedy recovery.We trwNMKNwMM. .lul ....fill UIIUD! IlJ! Alma .
are. still receiving pew students movingAir
ONE BEDROOM HOUSE. Furnished a hearty welcome to each
$15 per week. 2351 NW of them.
66th St., phone NE 5-8252. g

56th St. Phone NE 4-5025. Phone OX 1-6912 '

FURNISHED ROOM in private Huberts Battery
home 'with necessary conveniences THEATRE IN
Phone PL 7-6015 after 5 Rebuilding Sat. Mldnlte !

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2-BEDROOM ,HOUSE for rent. (with exchange) -
Phone MU 5-3604. and Susan Hay /' 5i UNITES mur 1

Generators Starter Voltage THUNDER IN
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and rear door. $19 per week. Opa
Locka. Call OX 1-5453 or NE Service "Young r FRIDAY, SATURDAY
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MIAMI TIMES-"The People1 Newspaper" NEW HOPE MEN 32 WOMEN TO Vivian Herbert Payton Munnings, Clora, Bonnie M. Pearsall North,,

I I Louis H. Portlorok Jr., Clara
RAISE $3,478.52 j Robinson, Lenora Sands, Polly
MUSICAL Sands Jefford Smith, Caroline
The men of New Hope Baptist Williams, Merdesta Wilson Carl
DT. DEPUTY under the dynamic leadership of Church were successful in raising I //The Fourth Annual YMCA Yaeger Jr., Misses Dorothy Tuck-
thIs great business woman who the sum of $3,478.52 at the ter- Musical Soiree [i& scheduled for and Helen M. Dorsett.
j REPORTS FORITINERARY gives employment to many adults mination of their Men Day driveon Sunday Aug. 18, 4 til 7 pm. In The program this year featuresthe
and youth in her community. last Sunday. The men's day the newly decorated Breezeway of compositions of George

''It was delight to sit among celebration was highlighted' by the YMCA building. The follow- Gershwin with William S. Johnson .
my the wnderful preaching of Rev. ing outstanding women of the serving as consultant. Talent
of Liberty Templeon
the daughters
To South Florida Daughter Elks: W. F. Tanner to a capacity audi- will be 'provided by accomplished -
the third Tuesday night in 'community are serving... as spon-
Dear Daughters: June. Much to surprise they ence In their 11 o'clock services sorsl musicians of the area. Tickets
For the past two weeks I have have led my temple financiallyand and the uplifting message by I Mesdames Lucille Baker, Rose- may be obtained from the spon- _
been trying to find momento hundreds every of dollars were Rev. S. A. Cousin in the 7 o'clock bud Byrd Barbara Coleman, sors. The YMCA is a member
when I could converse with you raised through their plan and service. Willie Mae Denson Leona Eld- agency of the United Fund.
concerning semi-annual visitsto j ridge Louise George Catherine
my program and 'set aside not to be We were honored with tbe
the Daughter Elks of South Gibson Ruth Greenfield, Susan
molested. Dt. Portia Bannister,
presence of such dignitaries as Build up your octal prestige
Florida District. Harris, Eva Humes Sylvia John-
the treasurer' of long standing in I
Dr. G, W. Hawkins, Oscar Range i
South Learn to dance at
Beginning with Sunny son, Velma Johnson D. A. Julius -
her temple came forth to take the Deacon G, W. Smith, and many
Temple in Deray Beach the bow, but stated had it not been others in our services. Mary McKinney Calvin Don Strachan's Dance Studio
daughters were quite alert and for the wonderful support of her, I Marks, Caroline Morley, Marguerite -
have made wonderful progress" daughters it could not have been We would like to express our Miller Bloneva Monroe 7168 NW. 18th Ave PL 7-8766

Increasing their membership done. This temple now leads the sincere appreciation to all the -- -._-- ---- --
which is now the second largestin district numerically. Dt. Ruler auxiliaries and members for their
the district. Their financial report Mae Tucker has a plan very generous support and to the
showed a great gain over and program which have been set men who "worked so hard to help NOW RENTING !
six months and vic-
the previous up by the entire group and then make this day a successful one
tory has been acclaimed through passed on to those not present. I bth spiritual and financial.We .
marvelous leadership of fine
the a wish that I had time and
Christian woman Dt. Ruler Iva spate are also happy to announce -
to discuss this with you. Congratulations 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments
Stirrup.Dt. __ __ are inadequate' for that Deacon Lafeyette .
Alice Edwards 01 Key west Mons retained the title of Mr.
Dt. Tucker. Houses Stores
who holds a commission as a New Hope again this year by -
Special Deputy for Coral City PAST DT. RULERS COUNCIL I raising the largest amount of
Temple presided In my stead at money. He reported $390. Second Brown Sub Coconut Grove
the election and installation. Dt. This i-s the training school for place Deacon Lang J. Fisher, '
Edwards reports that all Is well the temples. I was with them on $200. Runner jips: Deacon Willie Liberty City Downtown
in Key West. I am expecting to the third Sunday afternoon in Sears $145; Deacon Bernard
drop in on these ,lovely daughtersin June. Ritualistic work and latws/ Williams $150; Deacon Henry
the near future. pertaining to the Order are studied Jefferson $123; Deacon VandeU WILSON RENTAL AGENCY Inc.
The following day, Dt. Alaine by this group. This is an inspiring Bovan $115; Deacon Linzie ,
Waldon who holds a commissionas session.- As a whole the Brownlee $185 and Rev. James
a Special Deputy In Paramount temple have done well and I am E. Brown $100 and many others. 1307 N.W. 3rd Ave FR 4-0116
Temple West Palm Beach pre- forwarding my report to the Congratulations to the men of
sided in my stead in her temple.Dt. grand daughter' ruler. We have our church on a Job well done.
Waldon, like Dt. Edwards, Is spent 17 years. In this office and Rev James E. Borwn pastor
a favorite daughter who cooper- have met so many fine women Dea Vandell Bovan reporter
ate with their district deftnity. that otherwise it would have
She reports an increase numeri- been Impossible' for me to know
cally and financially and that them. Join The NAACP OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOUSEE
peace and harmony prevails so .

On the second Wednesday In 'I cannot close this report without -
June I made my official visit at speaking of the passing of 100 PSYCHIC READERDtfiF"
home with Greater Miami Temple that great humanitarian, educatorand
suffice to say we were not satis- Christian gentleman /who was
fied with the numerical or finan- the first' exalted ruler of O. B. USED
cial report as both have fallen off. Bannerman Lodge in Perrine. I
Let us pray that under, the new admired and respected this man
existing administration of Dt. who worlked for God's pay. Roby TVsNO
Marion Muldrow, this temple George, the late principal of Mays
will be aroused to even greater High School. I knew him through
heights than it once was less than Shrinredom and it stemmed into
18 month ago, and that peace Elkdom. He possessed the fine
love and happiness will be re- qualities that is needed to make
stored. a great Elk and was so deservingof
On the third Wednesday In the name, I loved to call him MONEYDOWN
June in spite of the tornado and "Noble". He is not dead and will
storm I found myself In Prideof never die, but will live in the
Ft. Lauderdale Temple listening hearts of generations yet unborn.
to inspiring reports. Dt. Ru- He is!I absent. .-
ler Addle B. Washington In a (Fraternally,
brief six months period had donean Marie, M. White
outstanding Job with> the aid District DeputyTeenagers Ir
Let mj years of Experience guide and protect yon throughLife
of the membership. Her .request
to step aside :was over- led and Invited I as a Lighthouse guides the ship in storm
she succeeded herself without

opposition.Oversea Temple In HomesteadIs Teenagers of the city are Invited I For Success in Business And Love
moving on under the continued to a dance Saturday night, '
leadership of brilliant Dt. Ruler Aug. 1 at Dixie Park auditorium, CONSULT HERO -
Laura O'Brien. One have to go to 340 NW 13th St., from 8 'til 11 You can now have your home mad happy
The dance Is sponsored by 0 0
their meetings early If not p.m.
won't find, them there. She you has the City of Miami Recreation Get and Hold the position you so long wanted
her temple well organized. The Department and is being supervised Don't Stay in the rut, get out now .
slogan is "On Time." Let all bv the Ys Men's Club of By the help of God she can help you. "
temples be Carver YMCA. There'will be'live
cognizant of this.
We motored to Belle Glade on music and the admission is free. Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in
the fourth Friday to hold the However, no one will be admit- troubleIt

election for the daughters of Em- ted in tennis shoes or dungarees. will ,pay yon to call and see this Gifted Medium Pint

ma beautiful V. Kelly Dt. Ruler Temple.Daisy Lovely Morrell and .Saturday There night twill be for a several dance weeks.each Where thousands come yearly for help and advice, yon too can

stepped aside after five years and Other dance sites will be Coco- be touched by this strung mysterious power
Dt. Amelia Houston prominent nut Gronve and
Liberty City.
church fraternal and clubwomanwas WHY GO THROUGH
elected. Every space available same God who delivered Moses and the children of Israel

was taken and enthusiasmran Advertise It 0 of old Is still alive today and will' open a way for yon throughthe
high and success' Is assured Pays! troubled seas of life. Let not him that la blind lead yon or

.. you stumble with him.
Do you doubt the existence: of things because yon cannot see

them What?do you think of the invisible waves'and sounds that
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,NOTICEThe DR. PURYEAR . Benefit Tea '
THE MAMI "The Peoples' .

PAGE 16 SATURDAY, New.paper"I I public is cordially Invitedto Named Vice Head of The Exclusive' Ten SoCial'X Club
celebrate with us the 20th anniversary ' requests the honor of your pres- I
of the St. Adorkor's ence: at a Benefit Tea in behalf of
African Universal Church, for- Administrators Christian Memorial Hospital,'
,I Saw a FriendIn TO'PREACH HERE, . merly of 1529 NW 2nd ave., but Sunday, August 9, 4 to 6 pan. at''\
presently at our permanent home GREEN LAKE,,Wise. ANP the James P:. Scott Community
Prison .. .. ., <. ..... 2336 SW 48th ave., Carver The Association of College and Centeri 7226 NW :22nd ave.Dona-r .
: :/,>.:,,: "',,".. I Ranches beginning Thursday School administrators, American .00. *' "I r',:
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,: / August 9 beginning at 3 p.m. Baptist convention, in a recent
ANP ,"
By William Henry Huff i >'<' 2con6 and enjoy an evening of. meeting, elected Dr. R. W Pur- PLANTS /

hit there came a wink lovely music by, the Jerusalem year, St. Augustine, Fla., as its I < ,- IfIt" I'
From eyes '
Which at once caused me to think ig a e Jubilee quintette.\ vice president. Fruit"' trees,. flowers, shade trees.. "
Does this man know who I am? C Elder Leon Brown, pastor Dr.! Puryear is president of One .of the largest variety..selec' !
He looks like someone I know Ernest Sears, Act. See'y Florida Normal and Industrial tion in Miami. Come by and tak.'

So before I homeward goI Memorial College, which is, related a look.ALONZA
I shall ask If he Is Sam Thank You to the American Baptist KELLY
Who I know down on the farm. Liberty Elk Lodge No 1052 convention. 1475 NW 67th St. OX 10547SOOTIN'S )
That, I think will be no harm. 6525 NW 18th ave., wish to thank ......
R each and everyone who took part -
If It's 'he, he's made a changeBut in making their night in the Ba-
that can be nothing strange hamas such a great success. i TVFor
Fifty summers he has seen
Please watch for an important !
Eyes have dimmed and hair hat
announcement soon. Reconditioned TV's From $19.95
grayed Claude Rolle, exalted ruler '
What madel a cange! these years have Charles Hudson, secretaryDo For The Finest. f. Service on ,All TV Makes & Models', '

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|| Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From I{

The pulpit of the Grace Pres- 4

byterian at 69th st.Church will,be N.W.filled 14th by ave.the 1:1:: VISIT OR CALL TODAY . PL 7-1645 $

Rev. Wilbert B. Miller during the f31
entire month of August. The !!t, -- t
Rev. Miller is a native of Miami.He .
graduated from Booker T. .!t !! (z,
FOR SALEIn Washington High In 1939. He m",,'I ,8 ; __ t."l,
completed his college work at f
Morehouse College, his Seminary 31 '
Northwest55th work was completed at Gammon _ _
Theological Seminary. He is now,
St. Area in his ,fourth year as pastor of 1

Church the Laura in Jacksonville.Rev. Street Presbyterian. :its __\' _ I' t"ltd

I Miller is very active in _
the and religious life of 1t r r d y f1
civic aq wM
:;{ Jacksonville. He is president of ; .'.. t !r,
the Jacksonville branch of the
if- Interdenominational Ministerial .....
Alliance. He is on the board of n
the Urban League, board of .
management of the YMCA. He

is a member of the Mayor's 22t J ,, .. ___________ r '. R ;
Low Down Payments Youth Advisory Council, and ___
other organizations. He Is the
Easy Monthly Terms past moderator of the Knox ___
Presbytery of the United Pres-
: 0 byterian Church in the U S A. (]

Only 1 Mortgage Magnolia HospitalThe I" r

maternity ward had good
reason 'to >celebrate at Magnolia WHY PAY RENT ?
Hospital. ,Twln girls were bornto D
Third AveRealty Mrs. Lewis Bester of 3176 NW -
42nd st. The sugpence was -great, OPEN' THIS SUNDAY DOWN SEE OUR MODELS C
bqt Magnolia' has never lost
a 79'S
father yeti! BEAUTIES! ONLY $ 1711 1718 N.W. 153rd St. Ii!

Baby boys were born to Mrs. JOYFUL LIVING No Qualifying!! Rainbow Park, Opa Locka lu!

Rudolph Bishop and Mrs. Fred O BRAND NEW 9 BUILT-IN OVEN AND RANGE '3:!
Long. Mothers and babies are doing
Tjwo youngsters lost their ton- O 3 BEDROOMS' O FORMICA KITCHEN
sils. Rosa Mae and Janet Baldwin e OUTSIDE PATIO BEAUTIFUL BATHROOMS t
742 NW 3rd Ave. .
Other medical patients include
Fletcher Johnson, Cfillie M.- e LARGE LOT ,_ NO, ,CLOSING COSTS., 1 Payment '..i
Tillman, age nine, and Daniel See: our Mr. '.Blui i-1, to 6,;.p.m.,-Deposit will hold. '., ..
FR 4.3297 Wallace. Mrs. Hattie Johnson un- ''r
derwent surgery and is resting 'Ye Only two of these left. Hurry!!
AND well. Mrs. Johnson is a residentof Brown Sub Brand New
Augusta, Ga. $295 Down S Down 1
NE 4.0394 3 or 4 bedroom, brand new CBS E .
v. AttentionThe homes. In lovely area of only CBS AH fenced in 3 bedrooms, separate _

S. Hutcheson Jr public is'Invited to tune homes. No other costs, no qualifying.ubhty room, shower doors: has Venetian tx
to static WMBM, the 800 spot Only one payment each month. Move blinds. Large lot, nice area, noclosing
on your radio dial at 7:40: ajm. right in costs, no qualifying. Warran a,
RegisteredReal and 5:40: p.m.for the program entitled .
Estate Broker "The ''Cleanup Crusade. See 1500.NE. 152nd terrace, 1570 NE ty deed. Hurry. Will not last long..,

Send us your comments. We ap- 153rd terrace, North Miami Beach. 13 .
preciate your cooperation.OX .
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$495 Down $995'Down IX'-'
< ,: Buy this lovely 2-bedroom, new CBS. 3 bedroor, all modern built. Close to

I TV SICK ? :t;. City water, carporte, utility. No closing school and shopping. No closing CO& .. B.
costa $85 month to builder. Last First deposit ,will hold. Why pay
3 one left of these beauties rent!! 4'
Then dial FR 4.2044-9 a.m to 9 'p.rn -
.2 left No closing costs ..KIt
$495 Down Orchard Villa Duplex CBS3s

ALL MAKES ALL MODELS Ek1 Brand new bedroom CBS homes. 2 bedrooms each side. Kitchens, furJ J

lt Priced low. City water, buses, shopping niihed. Close to buses, city waterg j
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SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night .................... $2.50 See 1543 WW 59th st. 2 bedroom Brown Sub, Liberty City or Wa.hinltf 4
Only $75 month to owner. Includes ton Park, North Miami Beach, call us. g
Nile Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charges insurance and taxes. A handy man's We have cash buyers. Best prices* ;J

Just received shipment of 45 RPM phonograph speciaJl! Priced I low Move right' in. Quick closing.

Records All late hits. Special--3 "for $1.00

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