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Title: Miami Times
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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: August 8, 1959
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36TH YEAR NO. 50 MIAMI, FLORIDA, :; SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1959 PRICE TEN CENTS 16 PAf ESI ._
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I WFEC to Stage Radiothonfor


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Christian Hospital 1} s
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.$50,000 IS GOAL calls from donors. Authorized will- five their services to the '
collectors will be dispatched! to Radiothon without charge. Clear- ,
, OF DRIVEBert pick up the m ney. Names of the ances are now being made with V '' hI
donors will be, read' over the air AGVA and the musicians union. ;
Noblei; station when the money comes In the All ministers and heads of all social -
for radio station WFEC manager and the central*Collecting station. 1,. L. civic and fraternal 'organi- r F
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Brooks of Bonded Collection
board of trustees of the Christian zations will be invited in duringthe dr
Agency has offered his radio dispatched -
Hospital this week announced day to be interviewed and to
plans for an all-day Radiothon cars to help !pick up
to help raise funds for the new moneyfrom donors. urge ,the community to support r a
AU available, talent in the area this worthy cause
$430,000 hospital at 4700 NW 4e 1 ... +ttk'
32nd ave.Saturday.
1id
August 29 will be '
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the day that WFEC will turn over ' 1
all its radio time and resources Rape Suspects
to the hospital from 5:45 in the '. 'I ', ",'w h7+ 4
morning to 7 o'clock at night. .

Northwestern will serve as headquaters Senior High for School the Seek Trial

Radiothon and sub-stations will Delay I A
be set up throughout the city I ,
manned ,by-members of social and
civic organizations who will volunteer LAGRANGE, Ga. Court- Working side by side with the ing this wonderful, service to
their services to aid In the appointed lawyers for three Negroes staff personnel of this new South ever 100 women patients, the
WPB
drive, REFUSES TO accused of raping two Florida State Mental Hospital at ladles visit" the wards and pro-
Negro White women have indicated Hollywood, are many community vide the warm understandingthat ,I.
Every In Dade County INTEGRATE. they'll seek a delay in ,the trial, organizations and individualsfrom is so necessary to an cmotlonally -"*
will be asked to contribute at >-' scheduled to- begin Monday Dade County. Representatives disturbed patient. , least $1.00 on this day. A con- West Palm, Beach ,- Attorney of these fine (people are Many more volunteer' workers
servative goal of $50,000 has William M, Holland's son who Charged with rape are George members of Beauticians' League aro needed at this 'hospital to
been set considering Greater Mi had applied for admittance to a Alford, 18, Dayton, Ohio; Clifford No. 7 Mrs. M. E. Muldrow of help the patients'( return to their
ami's 120,000 Negro (population.The white school, was assigned to a Johnson 22, and Brannon 1719 tow 89th St., Miami, president schools, Jobs and families '!
Rev. Thedford Johnson, Negro Elementary School by the Epps; 24, both of LaGrange. Pictured, left to right' are Mrs.
pastor of St. John Baptist'Churchis Palm Beach School Board Wednesday Members of this league, regularly Doris Dorsey and Mrs. Winifred
chairman of the A grand Jury, which includedone No. 7 giving I
Radiothon. ) visit the hospital and \operate / Brocks of League
Members of the board of trusteesare The board approved, County Alford Negro'for, indicted Epps and a beauty shop, do hair styling I their time, efforts and abilities
raping 18-yehr-old
heading up committees, to assist Superintendent Howell WatklnV an trimming and give help on to assist salients:' at tho South
and all three
woman charged
Rev. Johnson.VOLUNTEERS recommendation that William M. skin care. In addition to I provid',, Florida State Hospital. ,
with
raping a 20-year-old. woman -
NEEDED Holland Jr., 8, be assigned to '
Roosevelt Elementary SchooL \ t
Volunteer workers are' urged The boy's'father has fought a Testimony before the, grand .
to dill: Miss Myrtle Evans at the three-year'lepl battle up to the jury accused the ,trio of rapingthe Conceals Deaths .
hospital, NDwton 5-0961, and U. S. Circuit Court of Appealsto White women after first Baby ; ,, I
leave name, address and ,phone enroll him in the 'White North- scaring them nlway from their
number for later assignments.A boro Elementary School. escorts ,and then snatching them ., "- '
battery of 12 telephones will Holland indicated he 'would away from three Negroes, two ,
be manned throughout the day at continue his fight right up to the men and a woman who tried to Teacher Gets 6 Months
Northwestern School to accept U. S. Supreme Court protect them. .

Ft. Lauderdale A court of or is a year in jail or a $100 fine.
Record jury of six white men Miss Livingston of 1988 NW
Star Studded Talent to took just 45'minutes last Thursday 4th ave., Sanders Park, Pompano -
Night in convicting Miss Bertha Beach, formerly taught at
I Marie Livingston 29, former Coleman Elementary School ands I
school teacher 'of concealing the | a native of Tampa, j.1 a ..
death of, an Illegitimate child "
Benefit Carver YMCA Camp Judge Thomas F Thomp-klns She was arrested by.Pompano
Jr. sentenced the woman, to six Beach police in March after still-
P months !in the county Jail. Maxi born male twins fetuses were
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Blanche Galloway" Johnnie attend the summer resident campat Wally Futch and Eric' Miller. In mum penalty for the misdemean discovered at the. city dump.1 4. .

Come Lately, King Coleman, Ed Lake Placid who would other addition to this. grand array of -,, 'i. i
Cooky the Butterball and. other wise be unable to attend. live talent' numerous favorite'
prominent disc jockeys of ,the local The show( will be highlighted platter stars will be heard on re- -
radio stations :will present'a by such (personalities as Davy cordings. Among them will be Man Drowns in Canal' f: I It
large number of sepia stars In a Jones, Duke Jenkins band, Bobby Lloyd Price, Jackie Wilson, Le-
gigantic benefit show at the Brown, the Ramejas Players of verne Baker, Bobby Blue Bland,
Northwestern Senior High School Florida A and M University, the B. B. King and others. Drinking and horseplay while" ,
'on Monday, Aug. 10, 8 p.m. Delias Trio, Jessie Lee and Le- Admission to this outstanding fishing cost the life of James* "
The benefit, being sponsored by roy Lang and his band of Club talent show will be, children 50 Sumpter Thursday in the Ta-
the Camp Committee of the Car- Royale. Other stars 'who will appear cents, adults 100. Come earlyto miami Canal 17 miles west of Mi
ver Branch YMCA, will enable pending previous engagements avoid the rush! Doors. will be ;;; '
many underprivileged boys to ,ire The Myrtle Jones Trio, opened at 7:30: pm.W' .' ,,,.;:> ,. ami.Sumpter, 24, of 1812 NW 2nd

; ct., drowned when he slipped Into -
1." the water while fishing with
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l I ,- -.' .' > *- .* "" .., ,,1'" Sanders told Metro Homicide
Detective R. B. Compton 'thatb
.'' .th he and Sumpter tumbled
i '" down a steep bank into the canal
,.. but' that managed to twim.
back to shore.Sampler's .
t _ : I' body was found I
R \, about an hour later, Cctnptoa
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The detective quoted Sander

as saying ho and Sumpter were
( L4 "drinking and fishing" the ,;;
k banks of the canal I and fell into
the water trying to recover their
fishing poles.SUSPECTS,
L ad,
pr4 ______

HELD

Mrs. M Hart, Jacksonville Taxi Johnny Williams, 29, of 2223 i /,
Drivers Union Women's Auxiliary NW 61st It., and Willie Holler, .
19, 642 NW 2nd ave., 'were iden- t
president, prominent'civic,
lifted Thurs:
5 in a police lineup
3wJriL youth, church worker, Jackson- day as the two men who took
ville Housewives League vice 43,000 Wednesday from the May y
president attended the Joint con- flower Restaurant, 1400 NW 27th
ventidrv of the' National Bankers ave. ,
Association, National Businessand Both are currently out on bond
Housewives Leagues at Howard I as suspects in the $11,000 payroll t
The new Christian Hospital after a meeting ..of' the torney 1,. E. Thomas, Rev. Thed- University, Washington D. C. ,. grab of the Riverside Laundry, 'i
was.officially opened Wednesday The first patient was tru.teu"1 ford Johnson, Dr. James E. Ho- She says her prime reason for June 12.
morning when building commit shortly after.Members gan, Dr. Davis, J. C. Fultoore, I motoring to the nation's Capitol I. ,I
tee chairman L. L. Brooks turn- of the board of trus- hospital administrator, Brooks, I with the Florida delegation, was .) <
ed over the occupancy permit to tees eajoytoz momentous cc.Ssfort -. Garth C. Reeves and Mrs. Myrtle to obtain information to enable I cal Business and Housewives .!

board chairman' Dr. L P..DaTtf pfo Iu the Henderson, At- Davift-Jchjxson of Miami photo., her.to assist in promoting the lo-. Leagues !in',-Jackso' II avlllo and ,!\'la.M .

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MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper"
L I THE
L Royal Twenty Club
I I I PAGE 2 SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1959
due Royal Twenty Wom n'* ,
Richmond Heights FlashesBy Club of Coconut Grove held its I:I I ..
regular meeting at the beautiful of plans for the Lighthouse for Mrs. Edna Mingo thanked the
home of Mrs. Louie McClairen of .. the Blind. I,hostess for a perfect and delight
By ORA D. TALVOR 14801 Polk St., Richmond Heights. I The charming hostess deUgbtedher ful evening... ,I
- -, The meeting was highlighted guests with a delicious repast j Mrs. Ada Belle Dunn. per.
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by the discussion and formulation I which was enjoyed by all. I I Mrs. Ethel Peavy, reporter
MEET The I2tb Mariah Givinjs, William Johnson -
annual meeting of NAREB -meets i male nurse and attendant; .-
in Nd* YOlk City at Hotel dietian and cook, Mrs. Etta -,
Roosevelt beginning August 1519. Young. Registered Nurse, Naomi
This meeting is full of events including -I Rcberts, on call six times per :
a public meeting at week. There are 18 patients, eight
Abyssinia Baptist Church. The male and ten female. Only help ,
speaker will be Ccng. Adam now comes through welfare. I' here
Clayton Powell and Jackie Robinson There is a need for adult cloth- A
a get acquainted cocktail ing for patients such as sleeping .
party at Royal Manor, 157th st; outfits and general clothing, ,::
cabaret party, Latin Quarters; sheets, pillar cases, night stands, ..i.
Moonlight beat ride up Hudson 125 chairs, cr any items you offer "? '
River; business meetings daily; > to help make the home more *
panels; urban renewal; mortgagefinancing comfortable. There is a big need A new way of life :
appraisal; office management for a laundry. Same big hearted ,
and procedure.Top group cr individual we hope, "
government officials lead- will accept this as a project. !
ing real estate experts from over
the nation'will be there to inspire, This is one of the most beau-
answer questions and five needed tiful nursing homes in Dad 'e
information. Ycur Scribe is a Couity. Ride do)'am Hainlain Dr. UnaturaigasIt's
member of this group and plansto east cl Mays High School.
attend. '
Mrs. Marie Roux has faithfully
The dance, party and dinnerare
semi formalNURSING I served as secretary over the years
freely and is yet doing her big
HOME AT GOULDS 'I part td keep this great home
moving. I must congratulate Mr.
i i
The Lincoln Memorial Nurs-
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Mays, the trustees, the nursing
ing Home is another foot print of !
personnel and all who have had
'j
the noble character, Arthur Mays
a hand in making this comfortable -
of Goulds. It was begun as a cooperative
home a reality and a 1
effort of Goulds, Per- i '"
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rine and Homestead about nine smoothly working every day,
every hour unit. The trustees are
Later it found
was
years ago.
Arthur Mrs. Marie Roux
Mays,
that the hospital they wanted it
Ben Shavers, Neal Shakelford,
,
to be It then
rvras impossible. was
the most
Ben jamine Jones, E. Jennings
that efforts were turned towards
making it a much needed nursing Mrs. Ora D. Taylor. exciting news in years..... t "
home. This with help from Dade
County Welfare Board helped the
home in open on June 23 with a VACnONING Your Scribeis because natural gas, used for

staff of II The LPX nurses are vacationing with relatives in all it's worth, is not just a new
Mrs. Ada Talbott Rosebud Dickinson Alabama and attending NAREB
Vernice Ross, Georgia in New York this month. My sec- household fuel. . but the
Harris. The aides: Geneva Roux, retary will take care of calls dur- whole
sesame" to a
Edith Shakelford, Ollie M. Pope, my absence. "open
new way of life. .


Making home tasks lighter : .

breezing through them with

"auto-magic" ease. . savings ,

$ saving time. . natural gas /

can be the servant which gives f /

you priceless extra hoursto

spend on your home, ,
,
s J f your yard :"bonus" :-

time with husband,

children, friends . . .
enjoying more of the I.'
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good things of life which .

Florida offers in such

overwhelming array. Sound ,

wonderful? It is wonderful!


.. So,use.natural gas not just for

one or two services but for all the .

7 Big Ways in which it can .

help you find a "whole ,

new way of life!"
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Shown here mapping out the i Pierce secretary and chairman of
national Baptist Port Convention' Housing Committee for the convention I

tour to Hawaii are left to right:i ; (standing) Zoslmo Ma.Juelo .
Phil Am Travel ,Agency,
(seated) Rev. Dr. F. O. Haynes I
handling the tour arrsjngemente
president of the California State for the'Jost Convention Tour; and
Baptists Convention and phaJr Rev. J. 8. Pouch, treasurer for
man of the entertainment committee the entert.ltnmelt"commlttee, and
; Jack Stark. Pan American I moderate ,department of the saf wan,MATUN.
World Airways; ftev. J. H. association
fq,a1Id1f111 1
KIMdr'us

Tours Planned for Baptist' WAY.S


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The Naticnal Baptist Conven- altitude of '10,221 feet, then glide. (oolltl-N%urn--t... tiAf tBATpKtif
tion USA, Inc: mill bold sessions don through Eagle River Canyon .. M..w.q.tw.w .. enM.,,IMd Mt1NU
from Sejt. 8 through the 13th in and the Feather River Can- y s tMe drlN, s t;
San Francisco, Calif. yon. After arriving in San Fran-
The Rev. J H. Jackson, presi- cisco the host committee has
dent, will head delegatiOn on planned an elaborate 79th anniversary e vSM
its trip to the West. His special celebration. At the dose IaamuiottIU
will leave the La Salle St. Stationon cf the convention the President's -
Sept. 5 at 1 pm. Aboard will. 3ecJal will head for Los Angeles
be his family and Baptists from where tour of Forest Lawn
Indiana. Illinois and the East Memorial Park has been arranged. -
Coast. In Kansas City Mo. delegates Then the group will travel ::.1_ " ,: .
from Michigan Kansas. through Southern California and Ag1.cDA0moll.,
Missouri and Nebraska will Join down the' Salton Sea for 30 rw.dm d rl..,aMIN MI hS UOt I OlTttt
the party. I miles. The special will continue M dhw aslat
A scenic dgbttour hasbeen on to Arizona where a portion of
arranged in Colorado' Yuma Phoenix and Tocsori may
to visit the "Garden of the Gods" be seen while enroute to El Paso
which is famous fcr its Rock Texas, where the Gray line biases U tttRlaUnos ta a,aketAdr..hpody
Formations. The next tour will will be waiting for a tour of ,!,e.. tN,
be the Mormon Temple at Salt historic Juarez Old Mexico The ,
Lake City Utah. The group will group will then go to Tucumcari
pass through the Royal Gorge New Mexico.
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where they: will vicnr the world's For further information: write .' J
highest; suspension: bridge, then the Olivet Baptist Church. Mrs.I : .
THE .
move on through the Tennessee: Katie F. Bell aecielatjr. 3101 & HOUSTON CORPORATION'
Pass where they will reach aD Parktray. Chicago..





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j THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples Newspaper"
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SATURDAY. AUGUST 8, 1959 PAGE 3


Magnolia Hospital RED SOX CALL

Thirteen boys, five girls and 'a UP 2ND TANPLAYER
\q set cf twins, one boys and a girl
c\a 'ait were !born at Magnolia Hospital I
last week. The maternity ward
was overflowing into the main (BOSTON (ANP) Big I
part of the hospital. Baby boys Earl Wilson, who has been
were bern to Mrs. Henry Brown, pitching acctacular ball for the
Mrs Fletcher Johnson,. Mrs. Clyde Minneapolis Millers, a farm teamof
Finch, Mrs. Jerry Fowler, Mrs. the Boston Red Sox, has been
Leroy Cooper, Mrs. Thomas Kale, called up by the Sox management.
Mrs. Radie Jackson, Mrs. A. J. According to Sox Manager Bill
Reese, Mrs. .Samuel McCrae. Mrs Judges, Wilson will be used primarily -
Eugene Woods, Mrs. Kermit t for relief stints at :first.
Jones, Mrs. 'Charles Sweeting and Wilson has won 10 games
Mrs. Frances Dunnom. arainst, two losses. He has fanned
Baby girls were born to Mes- 124 batters already this season. .
dames Cleveland Sands. Charles
Ashley, Helen Davis, Joseph Lane
and Willie Barfleld. Twins were Medical patients were Mrs. Ger
born tQ Mrs. Arthur Strikes. tie Stone, Thomas and Raymond
Surgical .patients includedCharlton Seymour \ and Mrs.. Willie Bell III
Perkins, age 2, Tony Adams. Magnolia Hospital happy
and Irvin Pouncy, Raymond Baker to announce that all patientsare I
and Mrs. Annie Belle Carter. recuperating nicely. '
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t there's no' Gin likeGORDON'S .

' Or. Zelma Watson
'\\1, Cleveland Ohio (right)
f miles at Congressman '
:*1 P. Bolton, also of .,
:4.i corted her Into the
\ to call upon President /
),, er. Mrs. George had Just .
:J ed from a highly' .
II u
around; the world '
I,, men's groups and, ) on I
In various countries. A
..ti. places she Visited were 1,i k
Singapore (where she I
II" America at the Pan i
Southeast Asian Women's I ',
ence) the Federation -
Hong Kong, Taiwan, the '
.
i' pines, Thailand and : % d
highly trained Mrs. -
to women In 13 cities In irk M
cities In France and rs' }' 4
led over Ghana, where !
received with great in _
bywomen from the } t
through all layers of
try's life. President
expressed himself as it
ested In her report- '" i iY
I see
Puppy Love I 4tI

By William Henry Huff ,
It comes In like a
But If you wait a little -
You'll surely see the the t
And gone will be that !!!
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They think that nothing I in
The passions which ..
heart *?:
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY! AUGUST 8, 1959 I I I' I I I I I I I 1 1 I I 32nd Anniversary,


Mr, and Mrs. Robert (fait L .\
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.4 fl JUST BROWW celebrated their Wnd;,wfe in8
: ; : ,, anniversary Priday, July"$qUiet: ,
ly at home with family frohVKe
ts- PAUL R. HENRY ,West. and, friends. : 4 ,

. I I I III ', # 11 '_ "' 'T Many thanks to, Mrs.",Winnie! ,

r sr ter. r. W. O. Campbell -., land\ oh Wednesday While there 'Cleare tor her beautiful ,flowers" "
County manager ;and lovely card, and i also> ,thanks
did not write a letter of resignation I he was treated courteously' "' and to.Little L&veCte Peoples of,Phlla".
to the Metro Commission warmly cheered. :'dejphja for, her Ipvely card,
Office at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami I, Florida-. Phone; FR: '32236 I but they received one last iHis conferences with the, Russian i God bless everyone of and,

Plant at 6740 N.W, 15th Avenue, =Phone OX. 1.0421 week. CamPbell was out ot the chief Nikita Khruschev :who tried to ,make('us, happy..you':onour
troubled
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city should help to calm the 32nd anniversary '
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES: It turned out to ,be a joke and waters flowing between the ,two .
ONE YEAR, I4.TO SIX MONTHS',,$2.75, THREE MONTHS t1.70 the assistant state attorney says, nations. ' :
know the writer, The Nixons were given a very : .
SIGISMUND they think they Join The NAAtP:
H. E, REEVES, Editor '
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but warm 0
Garth C. Reeves, Managing Editor and Business Manager - ... _ .,. ;
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TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLIO ,Last Saturday when the s.s. 11 '\ "

"The Times Are Changed, And We, Are Changed' With Them" Flbrida arrived at Nassau 3-0 of Personal 1 Mention f :" I

her 430 cruise passengers were :t
Entered HS Second Class Matter, August 9, 1027, at the Post Officeat ill with a virus. A doctor and _
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Miami. Florida, under the act of March. 8, 1876 nurse were secured to care for .!W\!
National the passengers on the return trip. Richard (Dick) Wallace will there she was' a guest),' 1 I""the.
Member of the ) Publishers Association
Newspaper The Florida arrived in Miami on leave the city Saturday afternoon, Nassau Beach'Lodgewpere she

Monday morning and left as per at 5 o'clock via PAA for Nassauto made many friends. ';.;r. ., "
schedule Monday evening. be in attendance at the funeral -
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK
of his sister, Mrs. Virginia BTW ,Alumni Meets
Dade County's 145 voting precincts Wallace Bowen of Chipiplnghain, .:.-.. \ ,
Recently city employees got a raise. This week the are being changed in orderto who died Monday night, Aug. 3. (The regular meeting of
the
county employees asked Metro for an across4he-board speed up voting. There will be Funeral for Mrs. Bowen will he Booker T.' Washington
increase of dollar This if granted 210 precincts, an increase of 60 held Sunday afternoon at 3:00: School Alumni High
one a day. dollar-a-day, with an average' of 2,500 votersin o'clock from Wesleyan Methodist Association will be
means $1,275,000 a yean each precinct.Too Church located on Baillou Hill held on this Tuesday ,night, August -
11 at & o'clock at,the school.
The AF-CIO union representative, Lee Tafel, speak- Ohio the Road at Meadow St. All members, especially, members
Bad! In Dayton. ,
ing for the employees, said that failing this Metro shouldat Rev. George Higgs', body was of the recent class of 1959 ire

least raise 2,000 employees in the lower classifications. found in the Westwood Baptist Mrs. Florence Cooper, who urged to be present. Final plans
underwent an operation last for the annual Students'' Farewell
Church that he pastored for four
County Attorney Darry Davis said a state law pro- months. His face was obliteratedby week in Jackson Hospital, is at Ball will be made., atl.,UU>

hibited the fixing of wages for public employees by nego- a shotgun blast. home recuperating1. meeting., ;'$?'.> % : .
tiating with labor union.i MHM BJH M M BMWWMMMMHMMM* .
a It's reported he had been in fc/ '.
search of ,prowlers who had been Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brown and An Evening '
Atty. General Richard Ervin -confirms. the county attorney's around the church in recent days. family have as their house guests o ;(.,: ::'J

statement. Miss Mayme Shaw of Cincinnati, Dramatic ", ,
Commissioner Gordon said the had Dade County's 70 migrant} labor Ohio, teacher, in the public ,
county just
completed -
camps are being Inspectedand schools, and Mrs. Marie Malone Entertainment
.
putting in a new pay plan that took care of previous if they do not meet the dress designer of New York City. "',

inequalities. state's new model farm migrantlaw Both have just returned from an An evening of line dramatic-
they will not be given per- extended, tour, of South Americaand
Metro recently substantially increased the salaries of I entertainment is in store' for all
mits said Samuel Fields state the Caribbean. They have
a
top officials. Employees in the lower brackets should also who attend on Friday, Aug 21 at
inspector. The new law requires been graciously received by rela- a o'clock at St. Agnes Parish-Hall
be considered. central cooking facilities, so thata tives and.friends of the hospitable 1740 NW 3rd court.: ;That's' t' h'e

The Metro government's official court reporters are family in a small room will not Broiwns. night when the Miami Summer
,
have to cook on a kerosene stove
the Henry Coleman Court Reporters. and hot water must be provided. Mrs. Luvenia; Taylor of Liberty Players one-act will present three sensational -
(plays, Under the
Attorneys not allowed There must be clean mattressesand City, who recently recovered
are to bring their own reporters leadership of the very talented
bed for adult. from ari' illness In a Ft. Lauder-
a every
into Raymond D.
Metro courts Aranha. The
to transcribe testimony plays
dale Is
During the season Florida uses hospital, recuperating at are "Get That Thtrnder+bird "
about 80,000 laborers to handle her home. Dr Von D. Mizell is comedy by Aranha; "To'.The''Second a
the
fruit and vegetables. ,attending physician.
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It now appears that Metro commissioners will Aranha and ,"Gangsters Over
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pure. In Orlando last week a 5,800 iMr and Mrs. Thomas' L. San- "
chase the bus company from William D. Pawley. Negotiations acre tract of undeveloped landbrought ders and their son, Michael, have Harlem, a melodrama by Ran-
have been going dn for sometime between county $5,000,000. The purchaser returned home after a restful dolph Edmonds of FAMU.

manager 0.' W. Campbell and Pawley. The price for this : East Orlando, Inc. Plans a two weeks vacation at American Admission is' $1.00, children
deal would be $8,438,407. The deal 'the'' city of 14,000 homes. There will Beach The: Sanders :spent a day under 12, 50 cents. Tickets are
'would include be shopping centers, schools and in Daytona 'Beach and visited the now on sale by members of the
Keys Transit Co. and the Miami. Beach) jitney. system. and churches' The investment probably dog track while there. .I Miami Players and at ,the downtown -
some others. totaling $150,000,000. | office of the Miami Times
Mr. and Mrs.,A Summonsof
Next Tuesday, August 11 the commissioners will Edgar A. Guest, world known 3781 Grand Ave., left the city ----

'j meet to consider the matter further and decide whether or poet and author,died in his sleepat Sunday, Aug., 2 for an extended
not Metro will go into the transportation business. ,his home in Detroit on Wed: vacation. Visiting Rev. and Mrs. Gray Hair ,Wanted!
nesday. He would have been 70 Edwin Carey of Los Angeles, the Man or ,W.man
years old on Aug. 20. sister of Mrs. Summons. The NOW YOU CAN LOOK
Summons will attend the national 20 YEARS
The new ,$430,000 Christian Memorial Hospital, a 60- Automct owners were sock- convention elf Real Estate Brok- with science's YOUNGER,
bed, well furnished institution located at 4700 ed again on Wednesday when ers in New York the middle of newest discovery
NW
32nd State Insurance Comlmlssioner J August Auntie-Gray Pomade,
ave opened for business on Wednesday morning. The Edward Larson granted rate increases -
hospital! had, open house on Sunday and crowds made a _of 27 percent to State 'Mrs. Elmira Taylor and child ,Say new goodbye to QUAY HAIR with,
tour of the. institution., Farm Mutual and All-State Insurance ren, Marcia, Cassandra and Paul pemade dlaoevery. Apply
imply ,
.
a. uld
returned y u w year reg
Companies. It becomes from Nassau last
With''the Friday ular .
present facilities, 'coupled with a resident effective in 30 to 45 days. Be- where they spent four welts tialrdrtMln Imparts .nat-
physician, the hospital" should become a valuable asset to tween 85 and 90,000 people will visiting relatives and fri>ends. ural.lookln.beautifully cater lava ftmir
aoft and lufttreua.
oar be
community, affected.
,'" Won't'rub
Mrs. Lillian Paschal off, wall'eut., New*
'f. -Dr. I. P. Davis who succeeded Editor H..E.,S. Reevesaslchalrman Sportswise: The American and children, Clyde and Wheeler Denise 1 staining k non.greaay. Color-tono

of the board of trustees six years ago, still League took the second All Star of Washington D.C, visiting Pomade oondltlono and .,....
holds that position 'I yame. The National League made her mother; Mrs. 'S. A.art Paschal.Calander hair. No ''other,Jialr. drcaslnf need
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ed.
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three costly errors. f . Send only .$2.00 (tax Included -
Mrs. T. Bayles Houston who,served ,as superintendent There's plenty to talk about a'' Roberts, businessman ) for full' 1/$ or.

of'the hospital for 20 years recently retired. third usual big league.and There are the of Nassau, was in, the city last *******. ....................... ..............
The pros cons Take your week to attend the funeral of his
hospital's present administrator John C.: Full- choice.It nqhew, Steve Strachan. He was FREE COUPON .

more Jr. guest of his sister, Mrs. Marion Worth 60o
'take
"
Sonny Listen Johnson. off on a Jar' of'Auntie Gray,'
long to put away Nino Valdez in
M the Chicago Stadium on Wednesday Mrs. Ada C.Lee, wife of James Bring or mall In to:
The Little Rock School Board seemingly wants no. night Down he went in Alvin Lee and, daughter of Mrs. HAI 8HEEN OF MIAMI
inteference by Gov. Faubus with ,their plan for opening the third round" and the fight Corrine V. Roberts of 1532 NW 8103 N.E. 2nd Ave, Suite. 8

schools. Maybe they had enough of that. Consequently was over. 5th ct., recently returned from Miami It,' Pla.,

the board on Tuesday.evening announced the re-opening Liston has now chalked up 25 vacationing in Nassau. While ------
of the victories in 26 fights Thfs 211 '
city's four
high schools
on August 25th' on an inte- pounder has his eyes on the
grated basis.
heavyweljht title. .

The schools had been scheduled to re-open on Sept. Back to baseball I

8 with six Negro sudents assigned to white schools. Ru- in a tough battle: Milwaukee for the pen is .

mors said Gov. Faubus had plans for calling another nant. San Francisco on top, Los

special session of the Legislature to stop the integration. Angeles half games behind and

But'the governor said he had no plans for calling a special Anyone Milwaukee of these cne clubs game could behind.win

session. the pennant

Negroes surprise that only six The American League: It's t
express Negro studentswere I Chicago, Cleveland two behind
assigned to high schools. Fifty-five had registered. 'Baltimore 10, Kansas City 11 and:
New York ll1% behind

International: The Miami Mar-
Has trail Buffalo by lll,4 games,
Havana is second eht
JOHNSON AND SONS behind and Richmond 10 games games
out.
SHOE SHOP

Airlines are cutting rates. The
FINE SHOE REPAIRINGWe Civil Aeronautics Board on Wed-

nesday approved a cut in fares
Save Your Soul -While You Wait between Miami and New York. I HER HERO
-Steve
You can now fly to or from New Reeves In the title role and 8ylyla Kotclna aa'hie

Shoe Shined and Dyed York for Just $45 on Eastern, romantic Interest In the mighty, adventure drama "HereulrV 'In
National or Northeast .
6570 N.W., 15th Ave. Phone OX ,1-9850 plans. Eastman Color by Path. and wlde.screen Dyallacope. A Joseph E.
. ... .. Levine
t. ,Vice President$ Richard presentation '
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Nixon this screen ,
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Vir lent Anti.hite\ Rjeligions. Sect Concern to. Leaders, NAACP


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'rm-'X{ YORK ,A di&cipllhedNegro .

on, &'calculated religious'eaanpgn-sect is'embarked' f 'anti-:. -: : 4300 ATTEND OPEN HOUSE AT CH 4 IA IOSPIT L ' I

white hatred 'to establish at'' doctrine
I ._ .. .. -I'4 V I ......_ f
cf tolack! supremacy,' Tfan ,. .
Magazine says In a special report I ..
,
Aug., 1 issue based on a- national ,
survey of racist activities- '. I I
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Known as the Moslems,", the
cult boasts some 70,000 Negro
membersorganized in 29, \U, S. '
cities" Their leader is- a frail-
looking fanatic who styles himself 1
as the Messenger' of Allah and Is.' '
kn: Muhammad. ;(''He was born Elijah '
Pcole, son of a Baptist minister,, ., ., . 1' v i I
,j, in Sandersville, Ga. in 1897. One ii-: : .
I';, momentous day, he tells the !faithful j :_ I I', ,,: .
. he (met one Fard Muhammad, __ t
\ who revealed himself to be "Al
lah on earth" and picked Elijah
r, as the "messenger" for his black
i I' supremacy doctrine. Elijah took .. ',
,:
'
y up the spiritual surname of Muhammad
r and bounded his first :, 4. .ws
j temple in Detroit !in 1931.) .)...\.,t
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,: MASTERS OF THE U.S.
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::1;, Calmly H feeding the rankling ----T. : : .

''t frustration of the least-educated;,
taest-paid Negroes jammed into
,
ti Muhammad ee/P
:- big-city: slums, e
preaches virulent racism and :-. .
anti-Americanism. Last week,, 1- .
Time reports, before 5,500 Negroes ,
packed into Manhattan's -H .
: .
.
.
St. Nicholas Arena, he proclaimed j -
-
that "every white man knows '
his time is up." He continued: "I 1
am here to,teach .you how to be
free . free from the white
man's yoke. We want unity of all
darker ,peoples on the earth. Then j k v I II Iu
we will be masters of the United
States, and we are going to treat
the white man the way he shouldbe
treated." For the next two
hours amid shouts and applause
he toured out:his scorn upon all"white M
devils," satiated black

men," the "poison" Bible, Chris-
"
:tianity's 'slave-master doctrine,
and America's "white for white"
k Justice.
J
I Such cold ,blade hatredA Plus
r Muhammad's elite corps of dak-

suited, raven-polled young "hon
or guards," has lifted his Moslems

f well beyond the run-of-the-street *r .,
'crackpot Negro nationalist groups
Indeed,. says Time, the Moslem
are 'of rising concern to ,respec-
table Negro civic leaders, to the lt- ,' . ,ii., v ra
,
National Association for the Ad __ ;+ t f
vancement ,of Colored People, to ---iw:_,_ 4
departments in half a ?
the police ,
dozen cities and to the FBI. : ; '
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POLICE RECORDArrested

: in Detroit'' in 1934 on :-

charges of contributing to the delinquency ,
of a minor (six months' C5l N t,

probation), Elijah set up permanent -
headquarters in Chicago
federal'Ptison nl'
later served four years in =,
for draft dodging. After
L 'the war his cult began to gather
"new recruits (he claims he has
250ooq! followers to day(. More than 4,500 people Inspected

(Elijah r sternly, demands that l THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' (Newspaper" Marches On.BIRTHDAYS. Jan Hospital the new during$430,000 open Chris-house

his followers give up tobacco,, SATURDAY AUGUST 8 1959 PAGE 5, last Sunday
IN AUG.: 8th,
bathe often,
and alcohol,
dope Top left shows the entrance to
- --- Yvonne Russell Mahoney, Yo-
Mecca live times a
pray toward the naN structure on the corner
Landa Cash Juanita
Thompson,;
Moslerin should dress
day. women of NW 32nd ave. and 47th stTcp'
Oth Yolanda Her out, Stanley
never
modestly, use no lipstick, right is section of the
to be alone in Miller, Arthur Livingston, Ida a
themselves
allow except Corley, Pamela Hutcbeson, Lona hue crowd waiting to register
a 1'000with any man "Uni Simmons, Juanita Allen; 10th with receptionist, Mrs C. C. MU-
their husband. He ..founded '
ler.
versities of Islam" in Chicago and Stanford Harris, Mildred Dean ...
Detroit (the latter accredited by Margrita Gibson; 11th, David Center loft pictures' visitors
the local school board through hey Ruby. Simons. Uriah Burroughs filing through the spacious hallways -
the ninth grade) to teach his Louise George; 12th, Jacqueline on guided tours with nurses .'
St. Mark
dogma to children and teenagers Livingston, pointing out new and modern l'
Alaw
+wQ Hodges Johnny O'neal; 13th, features.
Each of Muhammad's congregations Ivory Reid Rebecca Miller, Mar-
has its "Fruit of Islam" Jorle Rholee, Grace Paschal. Center right, J. C. Fullmore,
who take THE BROWARO COUNTY Sunday Lugusta Colston was who replaced Mrs. T. Bayles
force of young in men their temples, Beauticianli have ,banded together reelected to the Links National Houston as administrator, ex.
judo training '. and ,purchased a large piece of Finance committee at their Chi- ANNIVERSARIES IN AUG.: plains equipment in the operating -
*
are commanded, by property with a home on it to cago meeting. 7th, The V 1:1. Homes Jr. Leo room An idea as to cost of
burly son-in-law: ,Sharrief."Supreme serve as their Beauticians Cen- Albert; 9th, the James l'i. Halls, modern hospital equipment: The '
Captain" Raymond ter. Take heed, Miami I I I Lovely LITTLE ANTHONY L. GAITOR Clifford Dyes; 12th the Willie light over the operating table
Joe Ann Green (Bryant now) ton of Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Frysons . Forest Reynolds returned casts $1,500.Bottcm .
D.DAY' IN 1970 is visiting here from New York Galtor, underwent the horrible to these parts last week left Is a section of the

Thus far the Moslems have been with her two children . Dr. experience of growing' u%>. lie with, honorable discharge papers nursery, the most modem in
strictly law-abiding a fact that Ben Atkinson, the Liberty City had his first haircut on July, 23. from the Marines. He's planninga' Miami, with a capacity for 18
worries BOrne cops more than dentist had to hurry to Griffin, Harry Smith of Varsity BarberShop Michigan State entry in Sept. bsbies. -
minor outbreaks of violence. "It's Ga. to attend his mother's fun- was the mean clip artist . . Florence Van Dyke (my sisterlnlaw ,
getting worse every day," says a eral Wed . Ira Blossom is backIn You can hear Leroy Thompson in ) is in town vacationing Bottom right is one of the
Los Angeles police official, 'andI town from summer school in recital at Temple Baptist Church , Range Funeral Home three-bed rooms with the very
only wish I know what It's West Virginia sporting a new air Aug. 31. He's a senior at Bene- has taken another step out frontin latest in hospital furniture. Thereare
to take to light the fuse." conditioned Buick . The dict and plays the Hammond organ rendering service. That '59 no wards at Christian Hospital w
going .
The Moslems themselves talk of FAMU crowd is dUI back in superbly . Raymond Caddie ,funeral coach' Is the finest i No room contains more than i ;
1970 as their DDay, (expansively town from summer school this Aranha FAMU dramatic special anywhere. Costs $12,000. I three beds.- -Photos 'by Johnsonof ,
predict that before that time the weekend. 1st will display! his acting ability .. Miami. r
big white nations will have eliminated Friday, Aug. 21 at St. Agnes' Par SCHOOL BOARD autherltlss In
each other with atomic :' E HAMBRICK Is ish Hall. Elliott" J. Pint, this several counties along the Florida U
warfare and Black Africa will the new clerk at Variety Record sheet's staff writer and news East Coast upset the school system Aug. 30 at its 18th ave. hcme. A
stand unchallenged.. Says Chicago Shop helping Katy Taylor sell commentator vacationed in Bimlnl by dismissing employees gala time is planned .
Urban League's Negro director the latest hits . Roscoe Webb this week. bearing questionable morals. It
Edwin C. Berry: 'A guy Wee this will be principal at Peak HJfch hu reached this way very close THAT BENEFIT SHOW for
w Moslem leader makes a lot more (30 teachers) In Fernandina this TWO PLATTERS I Just must ((in Broward County) . Opa the YMCA will feature some of
': than I d0 to the man in the tall. Mrs. Harry A. Smith say spin if you have time: Locka's Church of the Transfiguration Miami's top artists in what's tagged \
street sense who's getting his teeth (Juanita) had to hurry from aNew en Hearted Melody by is inviting you to its 3rd a Talent Show Aug 10.
kicked out. I have a sinking( feeling York vacation after studiesat Vaughn and I am Going t Brok-I Patronaf Festival Au,. 9 at 11 Blanche Calkrvey and King
' that Elijah Muhammad; is Kent University In Ohio, to Married by Lloyd Price and .tn.-;* .Liberty Elk Lodge to Coleman claim it tn be the 1UJJ1.mer'
very significant" bury her father..aIn Ft Pierce bniss'Roy Hamiltotrti side, eelebraW* It* 18th1' anniversary greatest show of '59.

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THE MAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" SECURITY
SOCIAL

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Talks
Social Security

Cover Higher 1

: M EarningsThis ,
ap rd 2w
: .5
1 s I 1k z year social security taxes :
: will withheld on more of your ,
earnings according: to Edward P. A 1
Brenson manager of the Miami
Y u hy (North) Social Security Office,
I vnY Sr 234 XE T9th St. Last year only tMdC1
t :
a .ae tt.'St4.:00 of earnings a s :
:
t covered by serial security and
y JbN subject tc the social security. In I
tie 1953* amendments Congressincreased { rFSS'E
the earnings base to1.500
1v & in order to reflect the in- 3

1111 + r ,ere se in the feel of wages.

1 1 task "If you are an employee you

+ shoald cake sure that your em-
Mr peer keeps on withholding! your
J ifi social sec.U'tJ: taxes until you ,
hive been paid: $1,300. the maximum -
creditable toward social
Mrs. Blanche McSmith, Con invited the 49th State to send a security benefits" Mr Blcnston
greuwoman from Alaska and representative to the Beauty Culture sal:. This is the time of year that
I Hamilton Posner of Posner Hair Conclave to be held in New many employees start reachingthe
Products chat at 50th annual I York soon and sponsored by Posner's $4,200 to $4,800 level and
NAACP convention. Mr. Powner Products. score employers might not be
I aware of the change. If an em-

l-I ...-*--!- -...-!-.... -"= -.... ......- ...-........ ... ... .... .... ............, I ployee his doesn't get credit the for all
: I earnings; to maximumof Elizabeth Hayford, once a stu queen. Ms| Hayford, a resident
his benefits will be
$4,800.
dent In Britain, made a trium of Cape Coast, won the title In
Between The Lines. correspondingly less. phant return recently a* "MJsa the grovernment sponsored con-
The increase in, earnings base
t Ghana," Ghana's new beauty teat after topping competition In
means an increase in benefits.You'll .
contests. During, her 'three week
By GORDON HANCOCK pay more and you'll get district' regional, and semi-final

,L....... ... .... ..... ........"'" .... .... .... ... .... ................... ........ ... ........ ... .... ....... ............ ............ fit mire payable The top retirement bene- Workers who retire in the future tour of London, "Condon's,, historical
en average earningsof qualify forthe eventual and entertainment ,
spots
may
OUR /REBUTTAL AND THE $4,200 ($350 month) is $116. maximum benefit of $127 a Miss Hayford found time to go

NEGRO PRESS month based cn average earningsof on chopping sprees, a* shown..
$4,800 a year ($400 a month). ANP.
With the Old South spending
millions for propaganda in its 1.00 17

battle for the minds of the peopleof
the world, the Negro is percu-
devastating larly exposed to misrepresentationsand one of the most USED NOW RENTING !

injustices in the annals of
history. Sociologists tell us thatit I TVsNO
is propaganda when it tells 1 and Bedroom Apartments

only cne side of a question and
-
that is the Old South's 'Proach Houses Stores

to race relations.

It would have the world know .. Brown Sub Coconut Grove
that segregation cf Negroes because -
I MONEYDOWN
of their color is the answerto Liberty City Downtown,
interracial problems that nqw I' 4f ten. tonta' B. Hancock
vex the South and will become
more vexing as the years come WILSON' RENAL AGENCY Inc.
and acknowledged that segregation' paper should be read both for its
I means the depredation, humiliation net AS content and because it is a 1307 N.W. 3rd .Ave FR 4-0116
4 and deprivation of Negroesin Negro cnly way of combating one 12'
their quite understandable aspirations of the bitterest, campaigns eve>*' --
to full citizenship, the waged against a hapless pecple.
Old South is committeed tn the One of the things'that impressesthis
1 eternalization of segregation of writer in scanning a Negro
Negroes as a way of life for the paper is the fact that we find so
For FREE and
South. many things complimentary of Pick-up

When the Old South says "not the race that we drt not find in Delivery Service on
'I now", it means never; when it the white press. It is true that Prescriptions
says it refuses to have integra- more and snore the white Southern 0 01T

tion "forced" upcn it, it means press is beginning to make SERVICE
that it will npt accept forced integration note of Negro achievement,* but
or any other kind. when the whole story of Negro DRUG STORE
achievements is told, the Negro
With millions, available for press must tell it. "Prescription Compounding
propaganda against the '
purposes
Negroes' general Indifference to Had it not been for the'N Oiro Speelallsts"a
the possible evils of propaganda, press long ago the Negro (would '+ c .<
there is great danger that Ne- have despaired. And most certainly I Sundries Gifts

groes may ,be dangerously injured the growth Of a race's pride I Patent Medicines
by the inequity of means for would have been seriously stunt-
propaganda and means for its re- I ed. When we get in thankful Greeting Cards
buttal. It seems that it is high mood, let us not forget to thank
time that our educated Negroes, Our Heavenly Father for the Negro 1240 N.W. 3rd Ave.

with their learned degrees, were press through which the 9IDNKV. T. COX
world can get the complete storycf Phone FRanklin 3-2932
coming down from their ivory Itesrlrtrred Pharmacist
the
towers and getting up to their Negro's strivings and con-
necks in the terrible fight that is trivings. Things may be none too
racing about this matter of seg- reseate at present, when we sur- !
regation and integration. The vey the current scene, but they
are a whole lot better, than they NOW
propaganda story that the Old -
L
South is telling to the world is would be without a Negro 'press
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disadvantageous and damagingto to offer the strong rebuttal that AT'LAST
the current ,
propaganda campaign .
the Negro and his legtlmate
demands. '
aspiraticns. What he is doing
tit. about it. '''becomes a tantamount What is a debate without a rebuttal m n NUMBERS
queston. And herein resides the ? What is this multimillion They can,
great bulwark of rebuttal that is dollar propaganda of the Old k # be sold-
contained in the Negro press.It South without the Negro press 41k1 $ r yes these
is depressing to imagine rebuttal? s two amaze

what the cause of Negro advance The Negroes owe an overlasting 0 0 .. : ing books.
would suffer in the face of the x The titles
debt of gratitude to the Negro .
*
l
I C ) only partially
current multi-million dollar 'iprop- press for the magnificient fight it .
ganda without the help] of the is making to set the world's p0 theircontents.explain [GODFREY

Negro press, which is waxing thinking right on this color question VSPENCER
stronger year by year. The rebuttal Let us keep the Negro press .
which the Negro 'press is strong, for we thereby make louder TV Service Specials I But les the alone-tit
offering is the greatest weapon and ,more insistent the voiceof 21" Picture Tube V _
standing beljween the Negro and I rebuttal. The Negro's fight is 24.95 1I can not begin ,_____ .
5
Year toe
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total moral annihilation in the Warranty
I today strictly a defensive one veal to you
eyes of the world. and the Negro press is a mighty the facts of why you may not be able to ''win. Yes between these
All too evident, both North weapon of defense. pages you will learn the secret of how the astrologists get their

and South. is the Negro's inferiority Our rebuttal and the Negro TV JOE INc. I winning numbers. You may find out for the first time why you have
complex but it would be a press. Read Negro na"-sparers failed to catch anything by speculation on stocks and ,bonds. Cuban
thousand times worse were it and magazines! and other forms of numerology! These' books tell you' what to do to.
not for the bolstering of the race's get on the winning track often! You can not afford to be without
pride and ego that comes of 5211 NE 2nd Ave. these books for the very low price of only $5: .00 for both. This may
reading a Negro press. The Negro be your chance to make a killing and say goodbye to bills and money
newspaper is easily the prImer worries forever. Tell road
your friends only after you are on a better
of the race's pride! It Is a Do Yourself A Big Favor I Phone PL 18571Open to success. Be the first Order yours today..
very sword of Gideon in n M ''*
tight for fuller freedom. Dally 9 to 9 Send to
JAMAICA CANDLE SHOP 6965 N.W. 15th Ave.
REGISTER TO VOTE ,
The Negro press affords an in-
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1959 . PAGE 7 PHIL OSSOEER CLEAN..GLEAN '

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I The Sweet Smile of Success '..............SAYS..............:.-....-....... CLEAN:. .

Twc recent news !Items, signs _
}i the advancing times, have ,
shake the world of white supremacy -
which still exists tn
scone (-copies' minds.
+ First; the choice of a Japanese'
girl as Miss Universe, and sec
ond; the election' cf a Japaneseand 2 _
a Chinese as congressman
:and senator, respectively, to
Washington from our newest
elate, Hawaii, a land of many
ethnic grcups. These .events cou-
p'cd with Hawaii's entrance into
the Union, show the trend of

horld affairs in this, radiant cen- + '. S .* ..
'ury. The very thought of having : : .
,members of oriental birth in
Wa'h'ne repressntinij, one of
he United States is thrilling to
mIt is another breakdown in
one-color (or colorless?) supre-
'"+acy.

.One disturbing thought in connection -
with these events is that
the American Negro, who has '' ,
bsen an American since its in- \ 1
,option, seems destined to be theist
*. to get lull recognition as a St \

first class citizen. Perhaps it 'is _ $k\ JtNMAUII4S
because his attainment of this
real is the most important. t U, ,
I, believe, the Gettysburg preced- \" ;
ing universal peace, and such a
Clyde Otis, artist and repertoire director of Mercury I high igoal is hard to achieve. Un-

Records; Milt Shaw, president of Shaw Artists, Inc., top doubtedly will/ these' other break-
downs weaken the wall of
theatrical booking agency for Sepia talent, and recerding racial (prejudice here in America -

sensation Brook Benton, smile their delight over new plans I I and brighten the cause of democracy That's.the
taste
for career promotion of music-man Brook. throughout the world, you get

Milt Shaw, following in his father's footsteps, leads causing that wall to crumble when you make your J\i.JlfA"M... !

the campaign for complete employment of Negro person- One thin is sure in my mind. Gin'n Tonic with clean-tasting '"
nel in the technical and administrative phases of employ- The day of one-color supremacy DRILLED t
ment. Is ending, and a nqw day, Day of DAYOIN!
I God, is drawing, when all men FLEISCHMANN'SGIN .
I shall be drawn together into one

i . . flock under one shepherd. ..........."'........pw.

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Miami Temple ..... .. Allen ChapelThere
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By BERTHA PERRY . ',,;, will be an Evening Ten, .
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The Greater Miami Temple NI). \ Pastor's Aid Club of Allen Chapel CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY .
769 .,met July 22 with Dt. Ruler . ; Sunday, Aug. 9. An interesting J
Marion Muldrow presiding, after ; program will be rendered by
outlining the procedure of the ; some of our best talent. The time
activities fcr the Temple during \; ", \ ,. is 4 to 6 p-jn. and all are cordially -
Ruler the next made six two months. The Dt. invited.. Rev. E. M. Bloker is Our Classified Cojumns' Get Fast Results
appointments
pastor of Allen Chapel. A8
Dt. Spero Cokine chairman of>R .
music and Dt .9 . --------- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - .
; Bertha Perry, ) - ou
chairman of publicity. Dt. Myrtle \ .
Davis gave a short talk, her sub- I
ject "Goodwill." For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call

There will be a goodwill! picnic I
for all members AU;.. 10 at Virginia "
Beach. For further information 'ftf BONDED COLLECTION
contact Dt. Alto Screen.
Dt. Blanche Dean is ill, don't .
forget to visit and send cards. -- I
Dt. Pinkie Lowe is still on the S
sick list Dr. Percy A. Fitzgerald, head .
of the prosthetic dentistry depart. AGENCY .. ..
Dt. Fay Witherspoon was hos ment at Howard University, will IDe ,;:':.,: :
tees to the Daughters after the receive the "dentlet of the year" .," .,. ';:; t
meeting with delicious cooling re- award when the 'National Dental :
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freshments. The spirit of har- Aasocatlon holds ,Its 46th annual 'fl.""* ,, '1t *
mony was exhibited throughoutthe convention at Cincinnati's Shera '..:.. I '/ ,,' ( _

meeting the ,meeting many daughters and pledged attended ton ANP.,Gibson- hotel Aug. 16.20 The largest collection and rental r _

their support of the plans outlined f'

REALTORS TO agency in the South; operating in r, '

The Coco-Cola Sip sponsoredby "\\ 4
Greater Miami Temple No. : MEET IN NYCCommunications Dade and Broward CO'unties'Ne., "

709 on Sunday, July 20 was a
huge success. The chapel. was from Realist 'gro Housing areas, : .
filled. where the rogram was Charles T. Bell, regional vice
rendered. A delightful and versa- president district six of the Na- t
tile musical program with a lew L. L, BROOKS, PRESIDENT
tional Association of Real Estate s
select readings were_ enjoyed by
all. One of the outstanding fea- Brokers meet in New York, City MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
tures of the program was the : Aug. IS through 19 being hosted
rendition of "Creation" by little by Greater New York Realtlst 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE
Sheryl Lewis,. daughter of Mrs. Board. AND ,.
Jane Lewis. Mrs. Ora p. Taylor requests
BROWARD
Dade Brokers'' to contact Preston COUNTIES .
We. ,welcome back with us Dt. -
Hester Rivers. She reports a Tlllman for reservations for thetrip. I '.'
Send membership dues to I .
wonderful, vacation. Distinguished \ ),
guests were Greater Miami Mr. Bell, regional vice president,' : r'}
Lodge No. 1113 Exalted Ruler, distrist six, 179 Auburn Ave., I
Thomas Riven, Liberty Temple N.E., Atlanta, Ga. or F Henry : <' ..
No. 724. Ruler Mae Wood Tucker Williams, national secretary, 410 I '
and Mrs. WDhelmenla Pink- I Broad St., Jacksonville. : 1 ,
ney "of Cleveland, Ohio, houseguest The convention committee has
of' Dt Myrtle Davis. Guest made plans to stare' a fine pro- _.. ,<(' .
soloist Miss Barbara Sands a gram with interesting panelists J -
member of Edward Waters College to give us the latest concerningour
Choral group. In conjunctionwith real estate needs and trends. : 11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS \
the cola sip the calendar An elaborate social program is
rally was held, twelve daughters also being arranged t0 make this j e 1860 N.W..73rd 8T. ,.._.....- PL 8-M27 S 1011.N.W. fth ST.

wearing beautiful Elk color cor- convention The meetings the and'best thus far held. 3461 GRAND AVE ............... HI 42447e Ft Laudtrdale' ./....v NINNN JA 4.3357 ..
sages were presented. Dt. Marion living will be 1
Muldrow, general chairman, Dt. at Hotel Roosevelt. 4240 N.W. 27th AVE. ____.. NE I...,t 331 HAMMONDVILLE RD.Pompane .
Nellie Graves, program chairman George S. Harris of Chliago U .._......._......... WI S.3t35
Introduced the Dt. Ruler; Mrs. national president. Local presi- 1675 N.W. 62nd $t. OX 1-4423 .
Louise Strachan, mistress ofceremonies dent Mrs. Ora D. Taylor; secre- 14460 N.W. tin* AVE.
,, music by Willie Williams. tary J, A., Summons, Coconut i '
s 17325 HOMESTEAD AVE.
Grove : OM Lttka MU 8-017

Presiding at the refreshmenttable : Perrlne _.._... CE 6-3863 s 2100 N.W. Srri CT. ..__-.- FR 41331
Glass Are you a wallflower,
were Dts. Maud t
Edna Davis, Alto Screen and Dt. Would you like to learn i. dance MAIN OFFICE
Maggie Williams. In a private studio I

Until next time remember the VISIT : 1163 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 38416TH
tongue is the only two-edged Don Strachan' Dance Studio
sword that grows keener (with
constant use. 7168 N.W. 16th Ave. PL 7/9706




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Dr. F. D. Patterson, New York At,9:10 onlyAr
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People" Newspaper" City, Mrs. Pearl Bell, Louisville, i
II Ky. and M. C. Martin, Danville, I
PAGE 8 SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1959 Va., who are president, vice Nod HIIAIiI)1I i

........ .....-- ...- ....- ....- ....- ....- ..... ..... ....- ..... - -- ....- president and (president, respectively 1/Ieir Ho1ffsr. 11lII
of the National Business
: League, National Housewives' ti .. J RY ",d
I Along Freedom's Road League of America and the National -
..; Bankers Association which JIIII.II Anda-n-. ,J\\ I

met last week in Washington, > :$,. !

I I' .--.._----By.. ...-RUTH- -._PERRY___-.OP'O_ __-__ ..___ _..-.. __ __. D.C.NBL The NHLA occasion. NBA was the joint WAR mm
I open ses-

,' The Founding Fathers of our cannot stay alive if alert citizens sion held in the auditorium of 1H1'SMr $ Jww.mu
I '('' country understood that there d0 not urge change when change the U. S. Dept of Commerce. Dr. .
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F I' would always be need for nation is A democracy cannot Patterson, left, was the principal ....' . .w:. ::::nlrr.rwWl.w
a necessary .:: :
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I to correct its old mistakes, grow unless its ,citizens see further speaker, while/ Mrs. Bell and Mr. ..-......waw..-......-w.wwwwwlllwrwSUNDAY.... '- ,....V"/J """"''N6 .'
because nations like than after tomorrow Martin delivered (greetings in behalf -
people, are today or -
prone to make errors. Becausa of their organizations. These
\ they understood this, they'created three important national organ- t !
a Constitution. that 'was and ''Reformers, poets, philosophersand izations met in Durham, N.C. at MONDAY TUESDAY.-
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protest groups like the tre same time last year.
still is a living thing; a flexible,
: .,MOP Belong to the democraticway
I sensitive tne fact Instrument that that reflects of life. And if a man or .... ':rI >
men and women
woman does not like them, he or !
change as they gain knowledge
she 'does not like For : HOLDEr
ol' ihcir world and of themselves, democracy. I r--WiiiE
i 'inus our Constitution holds in the final analysis, the NAACP RITZTHEATRE ,
within is one of the' best examples of: theAmerican 'I
It the 'potentials for doing of
rignt and the machinery for correcting way correcting
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I AS THE RAIDERS
wrongs in a spirit of reason, good'
our errors in the past. J "
vvili and legal method. It has already SUN. MON., TUBS. 'I' ON HORSEBACK '
,
DEMOCRATIC CHANGE shown that by working
through legal channels to bring WHO
I Change dn a democracy can be about necessary change it can. "INN/ Of SIX1HHAPPINESS") RODE
I I brought about. quickly or slowly also be an important means of '
: "'ia' r epeea depends cn the peoples' educating Americans whom these _? ; UKETHUNDER

I ll nt/)../ of mind, their values, changes affect. ' "'
tri sr humility, and knowledge and The Sul tune Court decision
i..' insight But above, all else, the banning segregation, in our poiblic A/: ...AND
I' spceu of change depends on the ochools was handed down in .._ ',.... a STRUCK

Ii' ', wjii to act, once realize the need 1954. Now, after five' years, itjcili ..,....... ..:." ........ - LIKE
\ for action. It has taken a longtime has net been accepted in the

If therefore, for enough peopleto jouth as a necessary change for ,r LIGHTNING! I
recognize: how wrong segrega- our democracy. Time is passing BUNCH
ti.n is, and how injurious it is to quickly and the peoples of the :/
It our whole nation It would have world are still watching us as the THtATRE OPA LOG ,r I
ti, taken an even longer time had proclaimed bulwark of democracykO Tel. NA 1-7322 \ ,1
,i' it not 'been that freedom to pro- see if, we will really practice SUN. JOHN FORD'S ;> f
w test and to dream of a better what we preach. There is no THRU THURS. SffCUOl
i life are an integral part of the aoubt but that confidence in the Kirk Douglas In 1MUNDUM6 fl
American way, united States has been badlyshaken
t throughout the world "THE LAST TRAIN l
I 1!rom 1881 to/ 1907, widespread lk'\tUlSO: cf the slowness, the FROM GUNHILL" THEHORSE SOLDIERS
enactment of segregation laws and the
apathy delaying tactics I In Color
,'t took place in Southern states.
on the part of some of our citi- Plus
I Protests from Negroes who zens, and the blindness, the violent
"Tokyo 9:20
After Dark"Air only
dreamed of a better future for methods used and the bit-
themselves and their' children began terness on the part of other citizens -

even in the time of slaveryand regarding the Supreme Court --P3.,.-,.," TECHNICOLOR
increased as the segregation decision on segregation. ;
t laws were set up. Little by little, There is an urgency In the Conditioned
; gaining: momentum as more people world these days. The cards have ,
Joined in pretesting the evil of been dealt and the stakes are very CAPITOLTHEATRE
t segregation, many white Americans hi&h.: All American citizens both QickO (MIMI
identified themselves (with Nor h and South must accqpt this

Negroes aj human'beings.. These urgency, must be deeply con- Sat. Mldnlta _
Americans know that skin cerned about
V color our way of life.
SUN.
is not important, but that the The anxieties and fears aroused MON., TUES.
important thing is the spirit of in many minds /when/ the patternof Audio Murphy In
men and women.. They also knew segregation, is questioned arc "NO NAME ON THE STARTS WEDNESDAY
that segregation divides and endangering the futuer of. our BULLET
weakens democracy and if persisted country. Demagogues and other Plus JOSEPH t IEVWC
in too long will destrop It opportunists who deliberately exploit -, "Stranger in Arm pnunbREEVES
and the essential quality of its these anxieties and fears to mv *
Jeff
people.' their political and economic ad Chandler'Don't

One of the most eloquent and vantage are also endangering ourcountry'S ...
future.
We must
start ,
.. able I
organizations working to end working now before it is too late '
Fret
discrimination and Fight!
segregation to overcome these obstacles anhelp .
has been the NAACP.
Throughout
the years the NAACP has been democratic keep way secure of our life. American Join The NAACPIARKLEY'S 47 MIGHTY SAGA
criticized, sneered at, called WV y. of THE WORLD$
"communistic" by many who MIGHTIEST
seem not to know, or' have for- MAN!
gotten how their own government 5
works, what rigts a citizen is COT-RATE STOREThe
guaranteed by our Constitutionand ((55
what legal prododures may Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
be used to get badk his rights

when they have been taken away. 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4.2376 .

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NAACP AND CHANGEr
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change In our country how else
cancan change come about except COLOGNES
''r( through peaceful and t ..L./STEVE sriva cau wpa F rinoMani MoGi, karo0an d
N the courts? A democracy protest is not Silent Night; Woody Glen; High Heels; Tweed KOSCIptTCANALE

I like a dictatorship that can order : Glen Bath Powder; Cashmere Dusting Powder

change at will. Once it is established Artha Greasells Vanishing Cream I EASTMANiGQtORibV a"c| n DYAL'SCOPE1
a democracy does not use
the methods of revolution to Open Dally and Sunday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
bring about change. Violenceand
bloodshed and bombs and John A. McMinn, Owner "TOKYO AFTER DARK"I i ifl.

bullets are not> democratic meth- .
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ods of change. But a democracy I" 'i''" illii ...,lBu.L 'J'UtIU! .......,. DO_ UIII' 118' OIYIU'VIlI ,,'v....... ....-.-. '



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y ...........-. ..--...-......................_...._.NN.M.IN. bt1)
l y "'" ";' :<* HAVE f :: : ; :
. YOU been wondering : \ ..
,0'- what cur',unofficial mayor, Chas. I '
Hadley has been doing? To tjrose'
of you who' have, His Honor has
done quite a lot and is still try- SPEAKING OF COPS, I almost 4 t'
ing to get more done. The main landed in thee clink myself the
project at this time is to get a other/ day. 1.had purchased an
Negro judge back on the bench. article from the former owner of t y. t S...
.' Here is a letter written by Mayor &the Mary Elizabeth Hotel and the
Hadley to County Commissioner, article: !' :was the property of the !
A.D. Weiss: former; manager' of that hotel, (,)
.' .' Johnny Burke (this I did not
"Dear Mr. Weiss: know). However, things were explained -
We whose names, are attachedto ; and with the assistanceof
this letter, are'"a Citizens Committee my attorney, Henry Arrington,
from church, civic, social: L (Was spared, the privilege of Darnell Ward, pretty and pop-
labor, fraternal hand: professional .spending 99 Years; in the pokey. I ular /barmaid at the Sir John
organizations wvo met on June write this to prove that I not only Lounge, is pictured about to cut THE MIAMI TIMES'The Peoples' Newspaper" i
25: 1959, to discuss: the possibilities talk about other people and their her birthday cake as she is surrounded I
of a Negro being appointedto mix-ups, but myself as well. ,by friends who helped t
a Metro court. Amen. But dont give up, my her celebrate. SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1959 PAGE 9 ,
We are pleased to see that the 'dear friends, maybe Til wind up "More than 60 guests came out .
County 'Commission has appointed beind 'bars some day. Cocktailoars to take (part In tre gay affair that
outstanding men and a woman that is. began at. Miss Ward's apartmentand
who are representative of ended in the Sir John Lounge.
the various segments in our com- OUR DEEPEST Adamsfoto..
sympathy goes SEEKING HAPPINESS AND PEACE?
munity to Dr., and Mrs. Ben Atkinson for
'It is to be noted that 111,100 the loss of his mother. There is
Negroes are 13 percent of DadeCounty's so little a person can say at a Find it in the Catholic Church
'
population time like this, but rememberthat HICKS'Photo
At our meeting it was unani- the "Rose the
as beyond
the mous that we should request of wall." She grew in the sunlight, StudioUltra FREE instructions given at your convenience
County Commission that a bloomred into beauty' and is now
Negro be appointed to a Metro gracing the other- side of the wall Fine Portraits
court and that such appointment with her .beauty,' HOLY REDEEMER CHURCHCall
would be valuable to the total James B. Hicks, Prop.
white and Negro community. PLEASE, CITIZENS of Liberty
There are in Dade County; six City area and, Mayor Hadley, try Studio:. PL 9-2369 1301 N.W. 71st Street
practicing Negro attorneys, five to induce the city officials tq 2440 NW 60th St.
r' of whom In
Interviews by a committee -
complete their dwrk on the traffic -
from the Citizens Committee lights at 15th ave. and 14th Phone NE 3-3166
; expressed a willingness to ave. on 62nd ,t. This is still a
serve if Citizens appointed.The Committee. would mighty dangerous area, and It has Our Classified Columns Get Fast ,Results
already been surveyed.PRETTY .
appreciate the County Commis-
sion granting a group of four 0-F
the GIRL The Week:
persons opportunity of exploring -
this matter with the com- Cynthia White . Patty Boy
mission. of the week: Dr. Edwin Shirley
Please accept our appreciation' vlMayme won't' give up.) f I
for your consideration of this re- ds.fpy\ birthday, belatedly, to
quest." i Darnell Ward. Her birthday par-
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Sincerely yours, ty was a part/ to end all parties.It .
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Charles R. Hadley, chairman was a complete surprise and
Citizens Committee was begun at her home and mov- >
( ed to the lounge of the Sir John 'G'w
This letter was signed by Hotel. The party was given by <= ? '
Thomas Jones, Luther Bibb, C. Darnell's fiance Walter Poole .JS,
K. Sands, .Louis Portlock, MosesL. .5
Perry, Samuel Moncur, W. C. HURRAH! I'vr got my column r
=
Cogdell, John Dillard. Pscar back. I don't have to worry about
Range, IL Daniel Lang, Cleveland Mayme taking my.gig (with the w
Turner, Neal Adams, Garth C. Times. Although I must admit
Reeves. Dave Bondu, Percy Peek, b'S
she does a fine piece of writing h '
y
C. R. Hogan, W. O. Perry, W. A. k Here's news: The Big "M" is
Patterson Jr., Marshall Willlamcn now in business for herself. 'Sheis
James Simon, Judge Hen- r
a seaimtress and is open fcr s + 4 .5 5 '
derson, Otis James, Eugene Kemp. making dresses and what 'have ; A 5 5 5 Q
James Reid and Revs. Thedford you. Some of the things she' is ,' a' E w:
Johnson and Edward T. Graham; modeling that she made for her-
Mesdames Jessie Giles, Ann Cole- helf are passers.GOLFERS .
man, Lloma G. Green Athalie

Range, Emma H. Sweeting, Ireta! : The Orange Brook .
Crosby and Marion Muldrow. Golf Course is open in us and I've i1f
,After a letter like that, thereis played it. It twas nice for a change,
nothing else for me to say except but when I got thirsty I couldn'tInd t e
I hope Mr. Weiss and, the any cold water. After playing ,, : c + >
rest of the commissioners give 'a nine holes I couldn't find any :
favorable answer. soft drinks cr hot dogs. It's a nice ,
M MO H BIMMaMMM* course, but !(give me Miami
THE OPENING of Christian Strings. Cold water and a place
Hospital was a success. Much I to rest, plus conversation (with
credit must be' given to L. L: Bob, Stan, Norman, VJnce and
Brooks of the Bonded Collection Woody. All real nice guys. !,
.Agency and the board of trustee k. .,
whose dream has become 'a teal- Until next- week Live life,
Li
ity. Of course there were others every golden minute of it. Peace. )
who worked diligently and faithfully -
in this venture of filling
the need for this hospital. I think
that for their efforts to uplift a For The Highest in TO HER STUDENTS at Morgan State College, Mrs. Wlnder-Gilkes
community, each of them should point out that Carnation U the safest form of milk for baby's bottle.

have credit and Individual space, COSMETICSCall
and J shall tell you who they are teacher tells why doctors
in next week's column. As to Mr. YUkon 3-6681 College child-development -I ..
Brooks, our thanks to a'.great r 1

man and a great humanitarian. "ANDS" Recommend Carnation for baby feeding

OFFICER 4. F. sex that wed Also

ding him bells(who may was ring the soon.lucky I asked glrL- Miami Time Newspaper Professionally, Mrs. Wlndcr-Gilkea l la causo Carnation Is doublo.rlch, it is I

S nd got a fast answer "Just wait known as Dr. T. Vivian Winder. She Ideal for coffee and cooking, too." Dr.
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R and... see. teaches 'nutrition and child develop. Winder says no other form of milk '
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ment at Morgan State College In Baltimore will do for the smooth, lurhp-frco

I. Md. "Carnation is the most cream sauce below. Carnation in'the.
TO SELECT TENANTS
NOW RIMING digestible form of milk for infant for. rcd-and-whltc can !is the world's lead

:" :Miami Beach type one' bedroom unfurnished mulas," Dr. Winder states. "And bo ing brand of evaporated milk.

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Large airy rooms with spacious closets Dining Room. I (md,.bout cuf) i N
Front and Rear Porches Oak Floors Picture Window. I
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Air Condition Outlet I Inside Private Patio, etc. ,I 2 tablespoons flour 1% cups (large can) undiluted I

I T v *%: l. I .1/4 teaspoon salt CARNATION EVAPORATED MILK I

HFJVGfE PATIO APARTMENTS I Blend butter, flour, salt and pepper fn saucepan Ever row' I EYA1sO1t1t1ED

: Corner 58th St.: and 12th Avenue : heat until smooth. Gradually add undiluted Carnation. Con. I II .
.: tlnue stirring until thickened and smooth. Use for creamed I

3 BEN M. LOND-OWNER MANAGER I chicken, tuna, chipped beef and casseroles. S I
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FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev. BETHEL BAPTIST

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C. J. pastor Richmond HeightsRev
"' :;" Burney,
.' "''- '- Marie Alford, reporter L. R. Ross, Pastor . .'. .

Sunday School..................!.... 9:30: Jean E. Scott, reporter

Morning worsrhip ................ 11:00, : Sunday School....................... 93:0 ', .,'.
I Evening (worship .................... 7:00: Morning service ..........'.......... 11:00: :j
BTU ................................-.....v.... 5:30: BTU ............................................ 5:30: .

Evening service ..............:........; 7:00:
BETHANY BAPTIST ,

I 3078 N.W. 45th Sty THE INCARNATION .

r Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor -
1835 N.W. 54th Street
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r Marjorie Shelby, reporter Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr., vutar

t Sunday School....................... 9:30 Susan Butler reporter
Morning worship .................... 11:00
SUNDAYS
--- SPIRITUAL'; MISSIONARY BTU ............................................ 5:30: Solemn Mass and
: .................... 7:00< Sung
I THE MIAMI TIMES,4'ThePegples': J ! Newsoaper"! 10250 S.W. 176th Street Evening worship : Sermon ........................ 8:45: ajn.
Church School and Bible
Rev. Ernest. Hutcheson Jr., pastor
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, .1 59 GREATER BETHEL A.M.E Class .............................. 10 ajn
: Next Sunday 'there will be the 1 Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor E.: Y. C. Meeting ............ 5:30: pm
administration the Lord's Supper .
of -
Solemn Evensong and
Mrs. Jenette Folscn, reporter
Sermon ............................ 7 p-m.
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYDonald Ml. CALVARY BAPTIST Amcng the visitors Sunday Sunday School ...-................... 9:30: WeekdaysLow
Rev. E. M. Thomas pastor night' were Rev. Bro. Cox and Morning worship .....?......... 11:00: Mass: Wednesday morningsand
Barrett, a lawyer from Myers reporter Bro. Jones. ,Evening worship .................... '7:00: All Saints Day 6:30 am.
Los Rngeles, will lead the discus- Phyllis Sister Elcena Gordon is till 111
sion at the Baha'i' Center, 137 Sunday School..................*... 9:30: at Jadkson Hospital where she is : The joint Stewardess Board,
NW 11th ave., Sunday, August 9. Morning service ...............-... 11:00 making some progress. Mrs. Gladys Robinson president, ST.; LUKE BAPTISTRev.
His subject will be "Dwelling in Evening service ...............-....... 7:00: Bro. Ezekiel Miller is taking the is having Its picnic on Virginia P. W- Williams, pastor
The Presence of God." lead in the reorganization" the Beach, Aug. 13. Bus will leave Sis. Susie K. Whitehead, reporter
A social hour twill begin at 6 NEW HOPE P.B. CHURCHRev. Men's Bible Class of our church. I the church at 12 'p.m. Price. 50c.
and the discussion will begin They will 'be meeting. next Sun- Sunday School .......-..:......... .5 9:30:
pm.at 7. Everyone is cordially H. C. Samuel, pastor day. The fourth Sunday in Augustis Morning service .................... 11:00
invited to participate.MT. Mrs. Evelyn Granger, reporterRev. Homecoming Day. A huge dem- BTU ...........................-............... 5:30:
H. C. Samuels pastov TRINITY WESLI:. Y AN onstration for Christ in a great Evening worship .................... 7:00:
Mrs. Granger reporter pageant "Greater Bethel Pa-
Evelyn on
ZION A. M. E. Morning service .................... 11:00: Rev. George E JonriM ,.? I rade" Is. being planned.The I You are invited to worship
22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. Morning service .................... 11:00: Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reports state-Tri convefntion will with us during our revival meet-
Opa Locka Evening Service .................... 7:00: Sunday School ................... t *, be held in Jacksonville Aug. 9, Ing. The revival begins August 3-
Rev. C. J. Jenkins, pastor Morning worship .................... 11:00: lornjng worship .. . i 11 t '" through 14.Don't. 14. Rev. N. A. Jenkins, of DelrayBeach' '

Sunday School............... '9:30: a.m The annual Sunday School pic- Young People's Meeting 5 pn will be the speaker. .

Morning worship ............ 11 sin nic will be Saturday, Aug. 8 at
League ............-.................. 5 pjn Virginia Key beach. We will GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Fret Fight!
Evening worship ................ 7 p.m. leave the church at 10 ajn. this 14 th Ave. and 69th Street Your Vote is NeededRegister

Sunday morning. The pastov will Sunday School ..-....... 9:30 .ajn. Join The NAACP to Vote!
BETHANY BAPTIST baptize the candidates. Morning Service ............ 11:00, a.m.
3078 NW. 45th St. BAPTISTMrs. Westminster Fellowship 6:00pm!
Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor MT. TABOR Evening Service 8 pjn. . .. - -

Sis. Marjorie Shelby, reporter : Lois Hicks, reporter
OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOUSEE
Sunday School.......... 9:30: ajn NOTE: Visitors are always wet! MT. ZION BAPTIST,

Morning Service ............ 11 am come. Luvenia Knox
BTU ................................ 530 pjn Order of Service Public Relation Officer THE: SOUTH'S ,LEADING COLORED

Evening Service ............ 7:30 pan Sunday School....................... 9:3C::' PSYCHIC READER
Prayer: Service: Thun. 7:30 p.m Morning. worship 11:0(1( On Thursday evening, July 30,

BTU .......................................: 6:30 a Service Recognition Banquetwas
ANTIOCH BAPTIST Evening ,worship .................... 7:3\ held honoring all of those .
Individuals who have worked in
Rev. E. D. Richardson, pastor Matthew Tempi AMEZ the church's Daily Vacation Bilble
Minnie T. Copeland. reporter > School through the years. A most
1628 NW. 5th Ave. delicious dinner was preparedand
We have 'begun our Bible Rev. Daniel Pridgen,, pastor served by a committee led
School at the 'church Monday by the minister with the utmost
Sunday School
945
thru Friday from 9 a.m. to 12 ; aon. I efficiency.
noon. The program is open to Morning Worship 11:05 wn.
children ages 418. Sis. E. D. Evening, Worship 73Q:p.m.ZionHopqM.Baptist Special commendation went to
Richardson is In charge of this Mrs. Louise McQueen who for
program : many years has served as princi-
pal of the Bible School,and whose
Don't forget the pastor's, annual 1710 N.W.,69th St. and, 17th Ave. Interest increases with the years.
tea Sunday from 4 to 6 pjm. at ,Rev. C. W. &ott.PatOr' We boast of a highly successful r s r Mr 5

the pastor's home, 2752 ,NW\ 49Ut. Sunday 'School 9:30 Bible School last June.
Morning Service 11:00 The City-wIde Mission will
BTU meet at Mt. Zion on Sunday, ..
There 3 The Is
August 9 at pjm. public
Saturday to Evening Service 7:00
help the junlorrchurch Invited. Let my years of Experience guide and protect yon througn
at the 'home of Mrs. E. D. .rayer Meeting &-00
!
Choir No. 2 and the Rev. E. R
Richardson Life ait a Lighthouse guides the ship In ,a stormWl1EN
2752 NW 49th st. ((Tuesday night) Jackson will worship with the
for delivery, call NE 42527. Rev. R. H. Lee and his congrega-
OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE MB
The_ Mssionary and, the Pulpit CONGREGATIONAL. tion in Ft. Lauderdale on Sunday,
Aid wish to thank each and Aug. 9 at 3 p.m.ANTIOCH. For Success in Business And Love
everyone for .the success of, their Dr. H. C. McDowell, pastor
dinner sale on last Saturday. A. Er McNeal reoorter' BAPTIST CONSULT HER ,

There will, be an alter service The children's o You can now have your home made happy
sermon on August 8 brought: to one in a senmon series, ,the of, threeconcernin' concluding Rev. O. W. Foster, pastorA. O Get and Hold the position you .o long wantedDon't
us by Rev. 1U ks. The L. Johnson reporter
,public is;
Dr. Albert Schweitzer o Stay m the rut, get out now
invited. and 13-year-old Robert Hill held Sunday School..................-... 9:45
she
the help
On the third the attention of, the 30 opt.more Morning Service ..............?... 11:00 e By help'of God,, can you
Sunday Mrs.
Hall and. Mrs. youngsters' present BTU ...... 5:30 Remove evil influence if are sick worried or in
Pierce; are sponsor Evening worship ...............*... 7:00: you ,
tog a (pew rally. Let'us. give ,Sunday School has Increased in troubleIt

them our .support attendance: to such an extent that;: We offer a pray .for, our sick will |*y you to call and see this Gifted Medium Pint
the, staff has been, augmented.ST. and shutins. e hope for them a
Skk and shutins:' Bro. Frank speedy Where thousands come yearly for,help and advice, you too can
tin, Rev. Smith, and Sis. Elizabeth recovery.
this mysterious
FRANCIS XAVIER be touched by trance power
MT. HERMON A. M. E.
Lee.NEW I rt.W.,4th, Ave. and, 1.6th Ten WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe
BETHEL BAPTIST1571 Phone, PR 94434MASSES Opa Locks Mine God who delivered Moses and the children of Israel
Rev. Samuel Gay, pastor
N.W. 68th, Terrace Daily ...............:. : .::........ a a.no Publicity Committee of old is still alive today and will,open a way for you through

Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor Sunday ........ 7 a.m., .&. 8:30 ajn Morning worship .......M......... 11:00 the troubled seas of life. Let not,him that is blind lead you or

The usher board is giving a Sunday School......-............... 9:30: you Mumble, with him.
home! Saturday night at 8 at the TEMPLE. .,BAPTISTThe Evening worship .................... 7:00: Do you doubt the existence of things because you cannot see
of Miss Alice Johnson, 7159 No. 1 choir will 'celebrate them 7What
NW' 16th This Sunday the pastor has
ave. its 27th anniversary; with a musical labeled the day "Family Day." do you think of the Invisible ,waves .and sounds' that

The Missionary Board is giving and literary. ,(program Sunday, Rev. Benjamin Gay, brother of make Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television possible?
tea at 3:30 pjn.; Th e committee is minister and of BethelAME
a
Sunday pastor
on evening'at our
A Heed before II sprouts. lies concealed secret, silent In the
doing everything to make
possible
3:30: at the church, 1571 NW 68th Church in Albany, Ga., will
terr. An enjoyable evening is the occasion one long to be re- speak. We extend an Invitation to dark earth or womb of Nature. THERE IS .AN "UNSEEN

planed for you come, out and help membered.' The public is Invited. come: out with, your family. POWER"
i us to make the evening a suc- The( chairmen, co-chairman And __
captains are busy trying to whip ST. JAMES BAPTISTRev. Therefore, acquaint your- i
cess.The into shape their Men's Day, pro- self with the one who U an _
Rev. Tomas Rolle spoke gram which is dated for 'Sunday, J. L. Johnson. pastor authority. Whose private r
for us on Sunday morning and August 23, They are expectingthat Sunday Service evolve
consultation will you"u
his sermon was a very inspiringone. every man will do, his duty Sunday School ..._...... 9:30: am i
.. His text was MA Man on and that none will fall sick" on Morning Worship ........ 1.:00 am to a higher state of mind. t:
"
Trial. that day. BTU ................................ 5'30 pjn
On Rev. George L. Sawyer rams out Evening Worsiiip ............ 7:30 p.m All Information is It
Sunday night our pastor last Sunday after six weeks absence -
Visitors always welcome
delivered a soul stirring Strictly ConfidentialOffice
of
messagefor because operation on 323 N.W. 14th St
us, his text, was "The Sacred both eyes. Mrs. Blanche Major
Communion.1'' who was on the sick list, was also Hours 0 am.8 p.m. ,
Church of Transfiguration
ttlev, Jones out with
was us on present. Those returning from Sunday 10 .m. to 1 p.m.
Sunday' : night, that is a sign that vacation were the Rev. I. Hep- (Episcopal) ,.
he I..*knprovln,. Pray for the burn. Miss D. Thompson' Mrs. M. 2571 N.W 152nd Terr. Don't Write-Call. in Person
the'sick. E. Stevens and grand daughter, Ven. John E. Culmer
Louise Ljord, who returned from priest in charge DULY READING ,t.oo UP-
New York and other points North. .
Stanley Sweeting reporter
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Youth 'Given "Ten THE MIAMI TIMES-"THe People.' New.paper"t t
School Suit to be or
Tampa Commandments"In I SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1959 PAGE 11


the closing, message to
Heard August 7 NAACP youth fit the recent con- BISHOP NICHOLS
venticn in New York City delegates -
r
were reminded that muchof SURRENDERS, j ASTHMATICS .i

The effort to have Hillsborough the achievement job was up to CASE SET FOR Want simple, effective: relief l i/
them Mary White Smith, delegate from choking, racking Area ,
Doc Anderson County's public schools desegregated from San Bernadino, Calif., SEPT. 18PHILADELPHIA ehlAl asthma spasm? Get geim ...
will come up in Federal asked: "What suggestions do you Ine Breatheasy see what you ,
Performs Judge John' Whitehurst's Court in have to encourage youths to enter (ANP) have been missing.. There's no ?;
college?" Bishop D. Ward Nichols, indictedon substitute for original Breath ';;
Another MiracleBy Tampa, at 10:30: ajm. The court 21 counts of embezzling $170- easy inhalant and nebulizing set ,I' '/.
is located' in the main Post Of- "Don't ,wake up too late," replied 000 In church funds, has surren- Qt comfort
Walter C, Robinson, Editor by breathing. Guar
Dr. Richard L. Plaut, President dered to authorities. His case will .
.
The Chattanooga Observer ice Building antetltJ. .
of the National Scholarship be heard Sept. 18.
Brought by ,four parents, the Service and Fund for Negro. Bishop Nichols, former head o/ J & J DRUG IKIT. STORK ;,
suit against the 'board of Public; Students. Ills answer was spelled the First Episcopal District of the
.M J Instruction seeks to have the out in "ten commandments"which African Methodist Episcopal I. ,
curt:; issue a Judgement againstthe the 624 conferees took church, had been sought since last You May "

school (board ordering it tc home: July on the embezzling charges.In Dream Dreams
besln admitting students on a'' 1. Go as far as you can in ed- the company of his attorney ,...
non-racial basis and to establisha ucatlcn. Samuel Dash, Bishop Nichols and See''Visions' vt1
non-segregated pattern in con- 2. Be prepared and ready when surrendered to Judge Joseph "') '.,I
ducting schools. opportunity knocks. Sloan of common ,pleas court 7,
,Avho released the minister
3 ss. for the 3. Work before pend-
Attorneys school after
parents
are ,
ing the September 18 hearing.NJchol's , ,
Mrs. Constance Baker Motley, school, at night, vacations, but og66 p
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member of the NAACP Legal and finish at any cost. quash the indictments attorney sought last Jan-to P\ deg .

Educational Fund Staff, Thur- 4. Make the most of all oppor- uary on grounds that Bishop 1
g'od Marshall, chief ol the Fund tunities for advancement.
Nichols entitled
was to a prelim-
Staff and Francisco A Rodriguez '
5. Get a bank account not inary hearing which was never 4
also a staff lawyer. for the sake of money alone, but held. Dash also maintained that
ful Mrs.suit Motley argued the the success- what you can do with money to Bishop Nichols was not a fugitive -
Atlanta
against make a better life for yourselfand because he had made no attempt -
school board which, ended in
a your family. to hide the fact that he
decision against that school system -
Atty. Rodriguez was lawyerin 6. Be interpreters of the Negro was living in New York City
I since he allegedly embezzled the
for the white world they need
the final stages. of the University -
as much as need them. ;church funds. Therefore, said 4e
you you
DOC R. C, ANDERSON of Florida case, which saw
i I 7. Learn to be non-prejudiced I Dash, the indictments were un- .
that school's segregation pattern i
Some years ago I was asked to ended when a federal court ordered I I and accept the "One World".I constitutional.
[aid the cause at Cleve Corbin of I theory
that Negroes be admitted
115 E. 22nd St., Chattanooga to the University's grad level. I I 8. Even though it took your with this .so-called Dream Seal.
?--enn., who was totally blind and's The case was filed last Decem-1 elders twenty years to really appreciate PLANTSFruit Only 200. Money back guaranteed -
?* in despair. I had the worth of the NAACP Try one today.
seen somuch ber on behalf of the parents and trees, flowers, shade trees,
[ that the famous Doc An- their children.Vacation. learn now to appreciate its aims One of the largest variety selection JAMAICA CANDLE SHOP
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[ctor&on of 302 W. Gordon Ave., and teach others to support it.
Ittouville, Ga., had done for to Time r 9. Learn pride of race, pride ,of in Miami. Come r by and take 6965 N.W. 15th Ave.
[many others, I sent Cleve to him. heritage and pass this pride bornof a look. Miami 47, Florida
IJIipently ran into Cleve Corbin knowledge, to your family and ALONZA KELLY
fandll was amazed to see he was TilhVs Beauty Studio, 1043 friends. 1475 NW 67th St. OX 1-0547
jnoUonger blind. He told me that 3rd ave., will be closed for vacation 10. Finally always strive to do
[After visiting Doc Anderson his beginning Tuesday, Aug. all in your power to be "first-:
Icyesfcht came back and that Doc 4. Will reopen Tuesday, Aug. 18. class" citizen.

[[:work:Anderson for .him had and done that some he special is now M Mrs.wMA/-.I Tillle Allen iI yiy ,/W prop.y1M F ES"-The Best People Live at . .

[very happy in his love life and
[his financial troubles are over. Beautiful HomeOn J. B. SMITH ATLANTIC MANOR GARDEN
'I asked him what happenedand ELE"CTRICSERVICE
[ ht 'pointed to -a lucky charmhe Large Lot
was wearing, which he calleda APARTMENTS32nd
Mazuzah. He said it containedthe Your lot can be a paymenton
Electrical Contractor
promise God made to Moses ,
-that it is this 3-bedroom new 2- : .
worn by many as a HOUSEWIRING"Don't
tcken of good luck and to ward baths 2-car garage
off evil He said that Doc Anderson CUll -. Call us"
gave him this charm and .5940 N.W. 23rd Avenue Ave. and ((42nd ,St., Northwest

some Biblical ,Incense containing PHONE OX 1.3625
a number with suggested daily ,,.. Open 3-5 p.m.
prayers. I was delighted to see Baron JE 8.1340 Night'or Day
such a wonderful change in a L _
man who not too long ago was
in such deep despair.I .
happened to call oh Doc An- WANTED:
derson a few days ago and I was
Introduced to a client named Mildred Anyone wishing to buy or sell .
Russell of Newport News,
EASTERN STAR OR MASONor
Va. Two years ago when she first

came me she to Doc was Anderson unhappy, she unlovedand told Bahama Islands Real Estate ( Former Member) S I .

unludky. Well she certainly EARN GOOD 'MONEY I'; 5
million ,
looked like a dollars to
me on this day. She was :well Please Contact Edward J. Evans Write at Once tot ,I r
dressed and happy and said she
was out of debt and well fixed, .
REV. WM. V. BANKS
financially and in her love life. Suite 1521 Metropolitan Bank Building '
I asked her what brought about r ) "
this marvelous change. She replied 2101 Gratlot Ave. .
simply "God and Doc Anderson"anci Miami, Florida PHONE FR 7.3281
she said it with all Detroit 7, Michigan iI. ,
her heart and soul.
While I was there I was amaz-
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Doc's telephone by clients from
all over the country. I am sure
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have known Doc Anderson MAGIC 'CITYELECTRONICS
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but I am always more and more
amazed at each new miracle for i
living near "Doc" I see them with I

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:THE MIAMI TIMES' -'Th People.} .Newspaper"j ./, Teenage Dance

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, AUGUST! 8, 1959 Another teenage dance will be

Ul 1 .. /;.".* '_______ q 4 held Saturday night, August 8 at
Grand ave. Playground, 236

t The' : from Grand 8 until ave. 11 in pnu Coconut The admis-Grove
In "Around I Bahamas
I sponsorship sion is free of and the City Is"under of Miami the

I l..\ By A. 'H. McfcENXlE' ---- and under the supervision of the
Ys Men Club Qf Carver YMCA.On '
,- I Saturday, Aug. 15 the dance .,,. j.T
t EightY'.IetSODS left Nassau' on survey made. Other improvements) will be held at Liberty Square I
the Binuai Gal and the Lady are in progress... auditorium. I
Baillou;,on Saturday, and 60 left ;
by chartered plane on Saturday Merrill Dames vned Am-
evening and 'Sunday morning to erican lyric tenor and concert Phone OX 1.6912Huberts FREE DELIVERY DRUG
attend the Bahamas Association artist, thrilled'music lovers last
of Elks and its auxiliary convention Sunday night, In a recital at Battery
at (Bimini.e Wesley Hall. He was accompanied' '
by George Moxey. C.MJollivetterSr. Prop.
..' convention: opened with a Mr. Dames is ,a professional Rebuilding
Service at Zion Baptist Church concert artist. He has appeared
Sunday at 11 am. aDd held business recitals in outstanding schools I 6 Volt Batteries $5.95 up
sessions on Monday at the and colleges of the East, and I
(with exchange)
Bimin1 United Burial Society served for 16 years as tenor solo- PIANO SICK?
Hall, and.the. Guiding Star Lodge' ist at the Riverside Church, New Generators Starters Voltage p
oratorical contest :was the York, while Dr. Harry Emersxm
An
feature Monday n1&ht. The grand Fosdick was pastor. Regulator Complete Brake SEE WM FINDER, Sr. |
ball on Tuesday night brouPtthe \We was born at Key West, and Service
meeting to >.. class educated in New York City. His FOR PROFESSIONAL PIANO A
grandparents came from Bluff, 7612 N.W. 22nd Ave.
After more than three months'negotiation Eleuthera and Exuma. This is AND ORGAN SERVICES N
the contractors Association his first visit to the Bahamas.

and the .,Amalgamated Cdvil 1935 N.W. 153rd St. 0SERVICE I *

TradeoUnion signed
Engineerirsg MU 83770g
30. The
agreement on July .
an an in-
lives
The new contract .
and 4 ' '
divisions g *- *- *-* *- *-*'
in aU
in'
crease pay
of ,work in the construction .
graves imniedtptely. -
effect
take
industry to
has receiv-
lllbor
common
cue
fi the largest aatseaIn and October.is FOR RENT

additi nal sen- THERE HAS BEEN' a lot of talkon On July 19 at the Varsity Bar- Nine furnished efficiencies .
; Munnints 34 was Chief radio, TV and in newspapers ber Shop a' committee was formed ,
death since the recent tour of Russia to establish N N. Business '
sll July 28 ll daugrter. a U'D- 'and some of its sattelites by Vice League' In strategy conference. Excellent location 27th Ave.. and 56th St. area .
his Richard Nixon..
President
.I .WiUiemae on Hun- We don't knctw one iota about Flood control was toe main' Very clean. All conveniences. $12 arid $13 weekly ,
on the n1&htof of discussion and the necessary -
captured topic
pings was the workings of the state depart
the shoOting only BItter he bad ment, foreign diplomacy or( (foreign steps were" taken to correct 2773 'N.W. 57th Street
two police with \\PD1 this problem in that area
don't
wounded policy, in fact we get,
I ..;.lau Call FR 4.8398LUTHER
shots. the hang of our andLaccident Lester C.. Albert! owner of the
\ Munnings took the sentence policy except the drudgery 'o* paying House of Albert was loud in his O. CAREY, 1958 N.W. 3rd Ave.
Etheline the weekly' 'premiums, but we '
but his sister, praises and recojiwnndatlons
a1mlY; of hero do feel that Ndxon's visit, with
screamed to the tap Among other things Mr. Albert
orb;
the'court Nlklta Kruschev and the subsequent
She was led flUD suggested that "The Miami Times
e'e police as she Jell out, I "exchange"' visits of Nick'to should ,assign a member of its
y the USA and Jke's visit to "
staff to keep the spotlight on the
strike at Clifton Pier, which the USSR will have, a lot to do 15th Ave. flood' problem' and.
The stand-still work oiT theBS&Sooo with the settling of the Cold War show by doing so it supports this HEY IOOKI7'S I / HERE "/
*
: electricity and water and may: haps (',ward offs World project, which is honest, good,
project, ended on July 28.APProxinately War III. Understanding is a won-, and' an effort towards the greatest '
300 ,were back on the Jobreach derful thing!,, r good for the greatest numberin '

arty that morning. -, They tell us that'' Niklta may our community." He was appointed CHARLIE HOLMES
No agreement has"been to head a committee to
developjto ,,be the best dictator:
ed but negotiations are in pro- and statesman that Russia has draft, a petition, which will be /
the
cessIt is estimated that distributed by Rudolph Levarity
Perhaps Nixonis MEN'S WEAR
ever
i trike put a $22,000 hole in truckxxTds thepockets the produced man r ivttho: can tell. '. owner of Rudy TV Shop, to allei'ehants
Two
of the men. m of the area.
saidor !
of strikers staged a demonstration 'Nothing much has been :
the previous day, in written about the safety of rr, Smith '
on 1010 N. W. 62nd Street
the House of Assembly, 'these leaders when they visit be 'Shop was appotntedtychair.
singing, "We Shall Not be Moved. each country But we imagine man bf the Research Committee
'I Nick makes his tour of
when
." __ .. k_.a America Big an army of body guards We fiape these men stick by Beautiful Sport Shirts ............................ $3.95 to 4.98

in It the cost Magistrate Howard Court Hahmlng on July$210 29 300 will special accompany men him from(plus the 200 state or 'their theIr'guns business.for Investments.the protection It of!isso All Color, Pattern Walking Shorts 1./... ........ 4.95

for smuggled harboring taffia on 17 his barrels;:property.of dept.from will crackpots see. 'that.and he, is American protected, hell to':lose ea with'y>interest after itl"Homes.,getting.-and. say workedup., "Arw to All Year Round Slacks .................... 7.95 and up

i On July 13, customs officer and enemies. A WIDE SELECTION OF SUITS
happy
discovered Oh well, we are to see ,
police the flying stuff in at a Saddleback plane, Cay, that Russia and the United States ....i..........'.'.....................-..........' MOHAIRS. GABERDINES WORSTEDS
to shake hands althothe .
trying
are '
caretaker.
Exuma. Rahming is
other hands are in their pock For SaleI ,$69.50 $59.95 $58.95

j I k and Most.children of the at 472 San men,Salvador women can't ets ready stand to an draw atomic}ust (war in case. We now have several very nice I Men' Caps on Special' ............,':....../................,.,., ,99

I had their first test In the and 3 bedroom home. in the new
have
X-ray and TB survey'conducted,' ,8EVERAU .WEEKS. ago w. dida Orchard Villa area. Call me now Smart and Stylish white on,white Shirts 3.98 and up
?at that island.. The'project was piece on the condition 15th for ,a good deal. Some as low as
made possible by Mrs. Ruth a.ftet'-doWnpour of.rath..Of $1,000; down payment. ALTERATIONS FREE
Wolper, an American resident, I course we missed mentioning that .
#.who is deeply interested in lifting 15th. ave. 1 if tenable I during dry CALL E. HARRY DENNYPL Open 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.-Sunday 9 tit 1 p.m.
the living standard of the Spells,The wind' blqws dust into 7.8250
people. Through the courtesy of restaurants, Sat and other busi 480 HIALEAH DRIVE Charlie Holmes Men's Wear
the U. S. Navy and with permission ness places. We also chided the
of the Bahamas Government businessmen along the avenue The Keyes. Co. 1070 N.W. 62nd Street .. Miami, Fla.Expressway .
a navy X-ray mobile ma- about their laxity in not trying to TU 7.7441
chine and technician were flown I do something about the street and __
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CARD OF THANKSThe bedroom house.ln Alee loc-::,I LOT. Size 50x140 in Carver Ran- '
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lion Within half bjoc of ,b dies .(West, HpUytWoodO-A1! nice
family of the: late/: ,DEATHS; a line. A nice Edison i Center Iffeation. I key tot, ne tj.l c"f tne1'. (daft or ,1.1I ,1;
STEVE STRACOMINwish I' .', '1 .j, Close to everythlrqf. A nlcV terms If terms, small dowrr-pay- S 'I;"4(

to thank their many :friend .... .. place for nice people. -CaltJ tnent.;,Mil -1322, A19HOMES' .

for cards, telegrams; florals anc .Elijah-Strain died In Jack- 42887.2BEDROOM'opt.'Front'. .... ...... ._:.... ... "" I
other expression' of sympathy son Momotlal '"Hospital'Tuesdaymorning"at !,I II ," 'northwest, $500 during their bereavement. Spec : I .. Park.\: bedrooms, :2 I
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ial thanks to the Francis Funeral -, baft, Unfurnished 'except7 ftare
Home, the Rev. Aaron Hal iod of illness. door. Something' now Opa Locka. aha tfrfgerat r. 'screened" (. .',

and the International Long- Mr,. Strachan lived here about $18, 'per week. *N2T4-0500'" or OX big;l 16tr hedge all 'around ono : '.

shoreman's Association. 45 yeats: He was active in church J.5453.. mortgage., $65 month. .' I*..' v,|
Mrs. Marion Johnson, auntCARD and fraternal circles for many t VAUEK AND VALEK. ' The Family years.. He held the,office of grand FURNISHED,, two bedroom house; Real Estate, 'M 1'".M a
treasurer of Grand Tabernacle No. Quiet, clean surrounding, private.For 1097 NW 110th St. I... V)
"OF :THANKS 4 of the Order of Love and Charily information call NA 1-6654S MU 5-1322 A15
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and: CaEtecreory of the Odd r. . ,. .I
rWe, the family .c f Annie B Fellows up to the time of his ill- " 't.

White who died July 7 JfliAh to ness.. He iwa$ also JR member of Do in the..Bahamas "
own
the Good Samaritan'Lodge.He you property
express our thanks and aip/ recia- r .. :
tion to friends the m f
kindnesses our shown'many' us during for our is survived by his wife, Would you like to sell.-or-buy? I
Martha S., two sisters Mrs. Aug- .
sad hour of bereavement. usta 'Mortimer and Mrs. Beatrice ___ n,_ I
May the Lord 'bless each of
The Family you. Thurston; five brothers, George Mrs. Ernestine Jackson Brewer WRITE,TQ ',.',t "f! "'" ,;
John Alfred I "
Seymour, Harry
long-time Miamian, who arrived
and Henry Strachan, and other .,
iCARD OF THANKS relatives. a featured here several entertainer years with ago the as SANDS REALTY' J.

Funeral services will be reld then celebrated Whitman Sisters,
i d It,is ,iwith heartfelt appreciationthat '
Monday at 11 ajm. at the Church died Wednesday morning in her P.O. Box 1147 Nassau Bahamas
[ the family of the late, sleep. In the show world Mrs. ,
JEFF BRIDGES: pf the Incarnation, Father Elisha
Brewer ,was known as "Baby
Clarke officiating.
who died on July 1 and was Ernestine". She lived with her
laid to rest July 9, wish to thankhe ,. husband Clifford at 733 NW 69thst.

many friends for flowers! Francis . ., Liberty City.
arils, telegrams, donations, ana
I According to reports, 'Mrs.
se of your cars. Thanks to the Funeral services for Mrs. Rosa Brewer had been looking at the LOTS FOR, SALE .
ange Funeral Home, Rev, Lee Greene will be held Saturday late show on television, while Vehtth '.
Subdivision
In Firat in Goulds
"ashlngton and his choirs, Pall- Aug. 8 at the Church og God lying on the living' room couch. .... '",
arers Lodge No.1, the neigh Written in Heaven, Goulds, with Her ,body was discovered by her Size 75''x 124' .$1,595' . .:
rs ,from 67th st and 13th courtru the Rev. Aaron Halloway offi husband the following morning f

12th ave for the floral ciating. She leaves to mourn her when he attempted to arouse her $100 Down-$25 month
,raV' and others for' their kind passing he husband, 'a. mother, for breakfast. left ', .
You must hurry-only 3 .
,, Words of comfort. several children, nine sisters, a
,,; Especially do we thank Mrs. host of other relatives and Mrs. Drawer at one time danc- ;. .,' '
a > Uie Daniel Francis and Mr. 1 trends. Interment will be held at ed and sang .in Miami nightclubs r J. A. SUMMONS .
!c'' Pen Jones for their kindnesr following her retirement '' '
Paradise Memorial Park of 3781 Grand Ave.: Ia- HI 4-2443'
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from the big time. She Is credited .
rough the years. I Richmond Heights.Range . a t -f', '
.May God bless each of you. with having taught the popularMrs.
, Mrs. Inez Williams, daughter Sugar Ray Robinson (Edna "!' '\11II
Mrs. Eula M. Williams, sister . Mae Holly) tn dance, and accompanied
Mrs. Juel Bruce,. Mrs. Robinson on her
granddaughter Willie Tyler of 2362 NW 57th first trip to New York. It was in .

Theresa, Anthony.. Timothy, ct., died in Jackson .Memorial Miami where she met. and married -
Gene, great grand children Hospital on July 30 He isi sure her first husband, Robert $5,990 Cash DOWl1i
vived bv his widow, Minnie his (Heads) Jackson. T0 this union'' ;

Expression of ThanksWe mother Mrs. Rosetta' Tyler, three came a daughter, Delores (Fritz)I
brothers, Peter, Jeff and Mose. who is new Mrs. Kermlt Poltier. .
Funeral services !Were ,conducted \If'I''
the family of the late, on' Thursday at Antioch Bap-, In later yearS she'married Clifford ', BUYS NEW 3-BEDROOM CBS HONE :
MATILDA WILLIAMS tilt;l Church of Brownsville. BurIal (Broadway) Brewer. To this \ .r r
wish to ,extend our heartfelt II was held In Evergreen Memo'' marriage came a son, Clifford, Jr..
,thanks to the many relatives, rial Cemetery, Other survivors Include a brother PLUS A 4-UNIT' FURNISHED APT:

friends and nefghlbors for their .. Dr. Austin (Noonie) Jones of '
'kind .of in HOUSE IN TOP LOCATION"Close
gestures sympathy our Chicago, and other relatives:
hour of- bereavement. Thanks to Dock Stewart of 637 NW 9th Funeral services. tentative- ... :. b.,
those who beautlftl floral st., died at the South Broward are
sent set for Monday, Atsg. 10 at *2:00: to N.W. 7th Ave. 7 '
cards, telegrams and offered the Hospital of Hollywood on Thursday o'clock at Senior's Funeral 'chap .41 u;
of and kind July 30 He is .
other deeds. survived
use cars by "JII6 '
el, 2936 NW 46th st., with, tha
Our sincere thanks to the five sons and daughters, two '. .j 1:"; : '
Range \ 'In Center Area .
Rev C. C. McCJeary: officiating. : ., Edison ;
Funeral Home for its most gracious brothers and other relatives; UN"Alt
and efficient services. Chanel services were conductedon ,I. ;, ,4.,. 1 'I' ,;< '

Again we say many thanks to Wednesday. Rev. C. J. Burneyof FOR SALE ".. .. e i' tnlr
each and everyone of you May Friendship Baptist Church officiated ,',. .', . :'M
God bless all of you. Burial was in Lincoln Toasters, irons, fans electric OwNER-FR 3.3654
j Remember( all love her, but Memorial Cemetery ranges, and all small appliance ,r
God loved her best. repaired .' I
Moses Williams, husband Mrs Lau Thornton of atKE' FOUNDATION INVESTMENT ml

Audrey Cox,. daughter 360 NW 52nd st., died In Jackson 7612 NW 22nd Avenue .
Richard Williams, son "Memorial Hospital on Au,. Phone OX.1-60J2.: \ J t It()

Stephanie Williams, daughter 1:. She is survived by' several sons I aft' 'r COMPANY ,,'i;'
Sarah Williams mother and daughters. Services will be i "
conducted on Saturday at 1 ,'\a,'!t\'
p.m.at UPRIGHT good sounding piano..
IN MEMORIAMIn the Friendship Baptist Church I Cheap. For information ,cau NA 1208 Ainsley Bldg...: S .
with Rev. C. J. Burney offlciatn 16654. ':
memory. ,of our sister Burial will be held In LJnojri b.n
Pennle Smith, who departed this .* Memorial Cemetery 'PrlI
1953 V.8 FORD 4 door. I , ,
life August 8, 1951. " 01.
vate Phone NE.4-2768,,
0 thou in whose rest'my soul Benny iSfclcens nt 2214 West owner. j .

takes delight flth dirt Hialeah died. in Brow. FURNITURE, going away, must: I .' :.11

The family .rd General Hospital of Fort sell. Anthony Trtoue, 1630, NW .
Lauderdale on Auw.' 3 followings 58th terr., apt. 12. : TV; REPAIRS 5r.;
IN MEMORIAM hl' 'bwav accident. He is survived .

.In sacred memory of my loving bv his widow Mary, and QRAND OPENING! il
wife, I\thpr relative Chapel services Radios $4.95; TV's at one-third
SARAH W. ROLL- L vlll be conducted on Aur 10 at price, washer $9, !clothing, shoes, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.-Sunday 10 to 3 1 :;

who died on 'July 27, 195 Gone, 2 n."" with Rev. S. L. 'Gay offlcMIn etc. 1348 NW 3rd ave. ,
but not forgotten. & *. Burial will be conducted NO SERVICE CHARGE ,n1if

She left to mourn husband, In Lincoln Memorial Ceme- FOR RENT .' ..vr'e1ressn't fix. your TV in your homo ,iIt

Donald L. Rolle, a mother, and a tery. i /
host of friends. CHOICE VACANCY f '
TELEVISIONS
Donald (Dan) Rolle BIH Moore'C1f 1830 NW 167th 2-bedroom upstairs Practically"! 'Jj}
d,. Om Lock dIM( In Jackson new Very desirable and close to 'R NO MONEY DOWN
Build JJo."fta1 on Au*'. 5, He Is sur- tC; |Nn. Free water and stove. 428
. up your social pre. .tl0. "fv'" bv his father. Isaac, tiwo NW 15th st. Phone OX 13404.A19 17-inch or 21-inch Table Model

Learn to dance at h..nther hut Jr. and Eddie, a : or Floor Model
.ftt.,. Mrs. Alice Davis. Funeral
: )lOon Strachan' Dance Studio
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rvkes are Incomplete. $17 PER WEEK, 2-bedroom
.:'tea NW. 18th Ave PL 78766 stove, refrigerator and water

"Minrdson . free. Also furnished one-bedrooms
844 NW 70th st. Phone NA 1-<<5953 .
I.TV.
indf CORD 4 ,
.Teh" Thur ton. 730 SW 4th
LOTS FOR SALE *.,f. HW In JanV.ton Memorial 4r
In good sr'RADI08'w
FURNISHED ROOM 2341
w" r ifa1 July 29 Funeral ser-
'Corner '. 150 120 On
x 936 NW 3rd
v'ce 'v re h1d *n Au*. 5 from downtown location. C a E 7Z NOME g

. : Build on your lot th" v"'w Mt Zion Church of ave., apt I, FR 4-8004. + 4 AU10 tr

WAnne f*w!. Burial in. Lincoln
., or Jhine M Just painted. Located 1925 NW
'. We take care of financing Iretha Wwh, 219 NW 6th Ct. Phone FR 4-4234 or NE .i
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NO MONEY DOWN tnth "f., act 1 died on Aug. 3 4-1087.
funeral" "ervf.ps conducted on
Cash paid for your loU or An*. A from Ebenezer Methodist NOW RENTING, 1 and 2 bed-
Church with burial In Lincoln room apts. with stove and refrigerator -
homeSEYMOUR Memorial. bus 24 passes door, American Phono TV Corp.

I BARON 2945 NW 46th St. FR 0-3576. .

Freddie Edwards. 1370 NW 10at.

: JE 8-1340 ., died in the North Broward FURNISHED APT. Call OX 2300 N.W. 62nd Street NE 5-7225
Hospital on At ?. 2. The body 12864. .
Licensed and Insured Builder was shipped to Tallahassee 'wh re: ' 1'
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Investors Stock Fund ._._._-. Jacksonville on Monday 1

Declares 9c Dividend Broward /7- .... -
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II I I ', ' According to announcement by The 'work of the Institute proper the H. Y. ,Tookes Library. Rev
; :MINNEAPOLIS. Directors of County 5' Dr. C. S. Williams, one of the I. will begin at 8 am. Wednes- R Elwin Lamb, serves as direc-
Investors Stock Fund, Inc., mutual > ..... ,':.. strong features of the State Tri- day, Aug. 12, in all divisions.: tor of Religious Education.
affiliate of Investors Diversified News . .. ... .' Institute this year, which will . The sunda School ,,Institute
I:1 Final service will be held at
Services, ,Inc., have declared a ,.. ....: begin on Monday, Aug. 10 at work will be\under'the direction 14.
Aug.
quarterly, dividend of 9 cents per .: . ,,. '. ... Edward Waters College, will be of Rev. Walter S. White, state noon' Friday
share t0 shareholders of record 'lyWalter ,Jn the Seminar for ministers of all superintendent of the Sunday
July 3O, ,Joseph M. % Bowo ....... . denominations. This will be a School with the Rev. A. J. Red-

chairman the Fund, announced ..... ... ..... ....... splendid opportunity for ministers dick as dean. This institute will
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this week. to take a few days out for meet on the third floor J. A. BURROWS
\ Yours Truly returned .home serious study and Christian Fellowship !. Centennial Building.

from the Bahamas last week on Institute work TRANSFERFor
CE
Loading Bullets Is The League
his first trip alter a five-day vis-
The faculty will be' composedof will be directed' by Dr. C S.
Job for 2 Prop, MenUniversalInternational's: It, with relatives and Johnson friends. at I same of the leading educatorsof Williams, state 'president, with quick, dependable
wish to thank C. V.
the church, under the supervision ; the Rev. F. E. Sneed as dean and Service .
"No Nassau St. and Delancy St. and of Bishop S. L. Greene, will be held on the third floor of
Name on the Bullet," coming his wife, Mrs. Olive Johnson, Go-and senior bishop of the ,African the Centennial building. Phone OX 1-9163
Aug. 9, 10, 11 to te Capitol theatre their daughter, Mrs Agnes Methodist Episcopal Church. The Women's Missionary Insti-
t lays claim to being one of mez, for their many courtesies; Bishop David Hi. Sims of Philadelphia tute will be under the supervision 1742 N.W. 67th St.
also cousin T. Johnson, whois
the "shootingest" motion ,picturesever my will serve as chief con- of Mrs. P. Beatrice Greene,
[ in the taxi business, and rode Specializing in furniture .
filmed. Thanks to sultant and ,Dean J. B. Eppersonwill with Mrs. J. B. Epperson, state
around the
me city. moving
assistingThe
assist. president
The proof? For most outdoor Timothy Gibson for the beachhe We want to extend a special Ministerial Clinic with S
action pictures the studio assigns ( is author of the "Sailor chef
invitation to ministers of all Bishop David H. Slam 'con-
Just one property man to handle Prince" song). Many thanks to creeds and faiths to attend the sultant and Dr J. B. Epperson, Join The NAACP
guns and bullets, but for "No Mrs. Enid Bowen, Miss Marshia Ministerial Clinic. Other featuresof dean, will hold their sessions in
Name on the Bullet" they needed Bowen and little Jerome for their the State Tri Institute will be
kindness.I .
as follows:
two.Mrs. was also a visiting brother Registration begins on Monday
Stevens ReturnsMrs. from Starlight 'Lodge No. 542 of morning, Atigust 10, at the bus-
West Hollywood to the Royal iness office In the Lee Building.The .
Myrtle' Stevens and grand Eagle Lde No.1 of'Nassau, Arthur State Board of Religious
daughter, Edwina Lord are home H. Duncan, WJM., and attended Education will meet with Bishop
after spending an extended vacation many social affairs. My S. L. Greene, presiding at 10 am. '.. )// e krrln f. r tl sad nevh H d "
in Tenn. and various partsof cousin, Alphonsd Bc we, is still Monday, Aug. 10. -
the north While in Murfrees- chief mechanic on the "Lady The presiding elders of the
boro,"Tenn.,.they were the guestsof Dandas." state will." eet wdth the ,presid-
Mrs. Steven's son and daugh- ing bishop at 2 ajm. Monday.
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. JohnA. Amonj'other features of the s '
Lord, 4135 Hlanccck' St. Someof The Rev. William Boyd of Albany council will be the presentationof IJJ a+se '
the Interesting things that hap Ga., is running a week's. Bishop David H. Sims, who
pened while vacationing was to revival at Gethsemane Baptist will conduct the Ministerial
attend a baptismal service at 'Church, West. Hollywood. ,, Clinic. Dr: J. B. Epperson ,dean
Stone River which /was very In- of theology lat Edward Waters

spring by Rev. Crawford from You are cordially invited to attend College, will act as his associate. LESTER C. ALBERT Funeral Director
Columbia' Tenn. Entertainment by a musical tea at Mt. Zion Ministers from across the state
various friends. Special mentionto are to attend the clinic. 6942 NW,1Sth Armu -OX 1-7661 .
AME Church,' Sunday, Aug. 16 at expected .
Mrs. Lydia Floyd and Mrs. 3 pjn. for the benefit of the Pul- The Consecration service on .
Elizabeth Davis. pit Aid Board. Mrs. B. Carter, Monday night at St. Paul AME
sponsor Church with Dr. S. A. Cousin
Leaving Murfreesboro' my son pastor of Greater Bethel AME
motored us through the Cumberland Church, Miami, will deliver thesel1m'On. ..
mountains. We then stoppedin .
Washington, D.C. to rest for Build up your social' prestige The keynote services will beT
the day. While in Washington we Learn to dance at esday, Aug. 11 at IP a.m. The
visited the White House, Treasury Oon Strachan's'Dance Studio sermon will be given! by Dr. G.
Dept, Blair House and the Pen; Wayman Blakely, pastor'' of St.
tagon. The next day we motoredto 7168 .NW. 18th Ave PL 7-876 Paul, St. Louis, Mo.
New York. While there we ... -
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ter, '\Mrs. Ida Kelly. There we !
ENROLL NOW IN
were, entertained 'by relatives,
such as Mrs. Agnes Thompsonand
:family, Mrs. Winnie Laurie SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor

:and family, George Higgs and ,
wife, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Higgs, a Life Long Profession ,
Mr, and Mrs. Charles Ingrahamof ,
New Jersey. We visited the Florida' Oldest, Reliable and Complete School
UN building. 5721 N.W. ITU AVENUE eILUIJn.oJUDA.HIMMM. OX'''1S1.OX 1-U4J

We then motored to Montreal, 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4.9998 Olear...AtIt.11e{ Rang Owa.rz Oscar Raqe, Lbws/ Z........:.....,. Dfawtor
Canada to the '
see Niagara Falls.
We spent the day at this scenery, 1 -
We then left Canada and, came
through: Detroit, Indanopolis and
Into Tenn. Two days later' we
motored to Miami. YOU ASKED FOR IT!

Mr. and Mrs. Lord are in the I I So here it is-A full ONE YEAR Alonza P. Francis; director T. C. McKain manager

school system in Murfreesboro. AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE
Mr.. Lord is principal and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Francis, Owners
Lord an instructor Of course Policy for most people :with only
Mrs. Stevens other son Edwin
had to take care of the home'andother $15 DOWN PAYMENT .
necessities while mom and Francis Funeral Home
daugter were away. They reporta ( SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY .
very enjoyable time

a 645 N.W. 36th St. 27th Ave. Farmers' Market
PL 9-5284 NA 4.1811 "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES"FR _
t Beautiful Home om

Your Lot .<;'.4"_ '. .1IIiII. .
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3-3034 FR 9-2665 FR 9-2666
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236 N.W. 7th Street "Miami, Florida

10,000 NEGROESto .
Complete building oervloe

e PLANNING go tolie
e BUILDING "COURTEOUS, EFFICIENT SERVICE"
FINANCING With Prices to Meet The Family RequirementsA
Your New Horn' ., W. Flagler Street OfI


e REPAIRING
ANDRSG'IS'TER
.. REMODELING

C RENOVATINGOver TO VOTEYOU
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TWlnty'Vea,. of

Construction Experience
CAN REGISTER TO VOTE IF
Guaranteed 84tofsctlon

1.-You are a American citizens.

9Q l 16Q Iaoa I 2.-You are 21 years ,of 'age ) I

: (!)@aQ -You have been a resident of Florida for one r

.year.

NE 6-6171. 4.You have been a resident of Dade Countyfor Fact to Consider When Selecting a Funeral Home; "
1121 N.W. 29th Street six months

Miami If you have moved ,to a new address within the past MANKER FUNERAL HOME

., HiBlilPBnWBBBsMiAdvertise register again
must
year, you
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57 BUICK DOOR Hardtop. Two-tone green Power 1595 53 good ,111..1..11.111111111..111.1111..1/.11//.1/.1.r/..,.. '... .39i
steering. Power brakes radio, heater. This week'sspecial I

52 BUICK HARDTOP; Hard to beat : : T '295

57 METROPOLITAN DOOR HARDTOP t 1':0: > .. .-..:1.A
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OLDS "98" 4.Door'Sedan. Power 195

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C7Ul BEL AIR 4-DOOR SEDAN.. Power glide, radio; M PONTIAC. Real Cool'1 .
.heater A perfect family car ....11,11..1.,11.,1..1...... 1495.. TAKE
PLYMOUTH 4-Door Sedan .
C7Ul CHEVROLET "210" 2Door. Stick V8. A clean black 51 .. .
white car. Runs red hot ........ ........................ 1495'and : .H d. YOUR/
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UU interior. New top. Green .:.......11..1..1..1..1..1 IwUJ Mechanics special
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16 SATURDAY. ,. AUGUST,8, 1959 New LocationThe continue to welcoro the appreciation and. Interested for the next persons practical may nursing register ,l ,
of qld'cu.tomerS'
Klip and Kurl Beauty Salon our class that begins Sept 14 at
formerly located at 516 NW friends, Northwestern.Senior High Schoolat
TOGRADUA.TE committee 'of the University. He 12th St., has 'recently moved to Mrs. Mary JSell Hines, owner 7007 NW 12th aveRUPTURED' .
MIAMIAN also taught Remedial English and its new location 844 NW 3rd' ave.
Reading la. the Dajpt. of ,Special (formerly Minerva's Beauty .
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Education dUring his senior year.

SOUTHERN UNIV. Fraterhally,i't he:Is a member of, Sunlight Chit-Chat, '
:Alpha, Phi Alpha Fraternity! Inc. JT Primus, reporter '' Ton can be FREE from TRUSS SLAVERY*. New Non-Surgical, .. :
William "Billy" Mackey 1955 As his' senior research project tn .AfterA our devotional periodon Painless Office-\"'Treatment. LOW COST. NO LOST TIME. 'f .-
graduate of Dorsey Senior High: English, his ,paper sought to ascertain Friday morning the studentswere T \. r
School of) Miami, -Will receive the 'Expressional Weaknessesin entertained with a timely Pile. Rectal DUeaReducing DR. LQNG'S CLINIC :
of
Social Studies and English
bachelor of arts degree in Eng- fashion shaw '
lish literature and drama. Coming Freshmen and Sophomore Stu- Models for the show were Mrs.P. A General Health Service:
to Southern in the fall of '55 dents at ,Southern University." .. Allen, street. and afternoon \ .=II S.W. 18th Ave. FR 32748SOOTfN'S
Mackey immediately achievedhis \iHe' plans to attend San Jose wear.
own as an outstanding State College in California to Mrs. R. Bryant sport and street
Southernite.He work towards the master of fine wear; Mss V. Bode, street and r ''t ,}to. ""'it
'arts degree in theatre with a afternoon wear.
has been active in many of speciality in scenario script.writ Miss C. Jackson, beach wear, TV -
the campus organizations, exem- ing upon completing his tour of and our charming emcee, Mrs. t. .
plifying leadership foremost'( service in the USAF. Sargent wore gold appropriate For*Reconditioned TV's From $19.95 ,
the following: YMCA, Men's S. U. accessories.TO .
Courtesy Squad Pierian Society close our summer' activitieswe For The Finest Service on All TV Makes & Models-
Phalanx, Society, Digest Staff, will 'have a Bermuda beach Try us You'll Like us
Freshmen Counsellors Staff, Year party at Virginia> Key August 14.
book staff,, and the discipline You are invited. 321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3.1589
.. Mrs. R. Hicks is ill. A get wen More than 25 years of reliable serviceS
_' 5.-. : !ij- _ )f wish is sent your way. Also Mrs
D. A. Julius is improving nicely
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) The Rev. Daniel Pridgen, pas I n ._. '''
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tor ot Matthew Temple AMEZIon"
church and congregation are wits
Io '.N'Qry laying a corner stone at the I 1t
church located at 1628 NW 5th S,: .
'ave., Sunday, Aug. 16, at 3 p.m. y n.t5

Rev. Pridgen formerly of Wilmington r
N.C. has served in the .
Down Payments Cape Fair Conference under the ,lt,. !
Right Rev. W. W. Slade for 26
Easy Monthly Terms years, and,has built nine churchesin 1t
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the conference. He acceptedthe X11
0 mission here under 'the lead-
ership of Bishop Herbert Bell :..8.. K
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Only Mortgage Shaw, the presiding bishop of the
sixth Episcopal Conference ;ir '

-1 Having found three membersin t WHY PAY RENT? :
the church
upon his arrival '
here, the Lord has blessed him

Third A veil ''with February a membership of this year.of 37 since ;jU Brand ,New 3-Bedroom ICBS Homes Beauties! !

;iui See Models 1711 1718 N.W.153rd St., Rainbow Park 0 pa Locka
ate Open for inspection Sunday 1 to 6 p.m.
Realty Ui o CBS TILE ROOF 0 BUILT-IN OVEN AND RANGE a

,YES For Rent 'n. I o '3 BEDROOMS ALL JALOUSIED .
r.i. 0 LARGE LOTOUTSIDE TERRAZZO FLOORS .
FURNISHEDEFFICIENCY ;1'' a PATIO BEAUTIFUL BATHROOMS ,

742 NW ,3rd Ave. APTS. r i. NO CLOSING COSTS. ft '1 PAYMENT EACH MONTH f ...' .

16.00 Per Week ttf t ONLY DOWN .
$795
FR 4-3297 M Mr. Bliss on Premise
Free Gas '
' AND 0 Free Electricity
;$) Brand New CBS Homes Terrific!
Free Water Down *
2 Only $295 ;>> ,
NE 4-0394 1 ; Only $295 Down '4.
0 Free Stove Orchard'I Villa. Near 17th Ave. bus. :
Free ;& See 1590 N.E.
Refrigerator 152nd Terr., 1570 N. City water,' 2-bedrooms. One payment -
Hutcheson Jr. I PS: E. 153rd Terr. City water, 3 and 4
S. Newly decorated, attractive 2"5 bedroom No of $75 month. Includes insur- |
furniture closing costs. Only one 'ance and taxes. We have keys. Shown
RegisteredReal |2Ei t payment each month. Close to 163rd by appointment g

Estate Broker 4190 N.W. 32nd Ave. .lta;; St. shopping. only.'w n*

. ft it
,. ..---.. - - I m- Liberty City-New 3-bedroom. CBS Brand New Bedroom CBS E
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'2t Only $995 Down .1 Only $995 Down o

?U tl CIoss to schools. No qualifying, no
Close to schools and buses. Corner.
TV SICK ? closing costs. Separate utility,' VeDe(, Only one m r.tgage.. No closing costs. |
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at blinds, shower doors. Move right inl I g
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Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. North Miami Beach Brand New H

: Dow Brown Sub New 3-Bedroom CBS K
Only $495
SAME DAY SERVICE =ui n -
u For these last 2 CBS homes. Large. Only $995 Down *: ,

_ ALL MAKES ALL MODELS =n lot, city water, 3-bedrooms, separate Move right in. 'No closing costs. Nice
t dining room, close to buses. area. All fenced in. Shower doors and R
Picture Tube Special Venetian blinds, utility. B

'1d Brown Sub. Georgeousll Corner custom K;
17inc$22.95 21-inch-$29.95 ;
; built. 75x110 corner lot. Nice i ii
i .0- 1 S ,area. City water. For particular buy- I i If you have a lot in Opa Locka, ,,:

SERVICE CALLS-Day or' Night .................... $2.50 t er, 3-bedrooms, closed garage, hardwood ,Brown Park Sub, Liberty City or Washington *J .
North Miami
Beach call
=il floors, Florida room. By appointment us. ..
Nite Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charges in only. ,!Vi baths. Luxury We have cash buyers. Best prices rj

Just received shipment of 45 RPM phonograph !d u, home. Quick closing. fet ft. a. .. .

Records All late hits. Special-3 ,for $1.00 ,1 --- ,,


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