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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: August 15, 1959
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00663
Source Institution: University of Florida
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.. .r .r, The times are changed and we are changed yvlth..them ,.. ,,..,;, ,,,,, p _

36TH YEAR. NO. 51 .. '

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I Teenage. Girl Killed)

A 23-year-oM: woman shot a i ,
14-year-old girl to death Thurs- i.
day afternoon, following an argu-
ment in front of the girl's apart- Irate Woman
ment in South Miami

Metro detectives identified the
victim as Ernestine Baxter, of
6701 SW 61st ave. Shoots at Kids

Held for.' investigation of first t :
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.1IilI .:,..Nl.Wv ... v ,
degree murder was Mrs. Virginia < !ltt ; %
Henderson of 6000 SW 68th tern Lenton Charles Moore Jr., 9, nyp? r
JrGsted of 2337 NW 72nd st., is in Jac\- .
Investigators said Mrs. ''Hen- 7 son Memorial Hospital where
derson surrendered to police after doctors say that his condition is
the shooting. They quoted her assaying critical.
she and the girl argued. for
and that Mrs. Henderson went Bombing The boy was wounded last Fri-
home, got a revolver and returned day when an 'angry neighbor,
to the girl's house, where the. Home Mrs. Arminda Barnett, fired twice
argument resumed and the shoot-I. into a group ()dt children playingnear '
ing occurred. the door of her apartment. L-
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On Friday seven white men Metro ;
detectives"reported thata
Woman Shoots GirlVeara were arrested, In Wilmington single bullet which tore into
Del. in connection,:with the exploslon the boy's right shoulder, split in +
.that completely wreckedthe half after. striking. rib. Half of
Wimbley, 9, Miami girl, the lead
'home of Mr. and Mrs. George ripped through his lung
was shot in the legs with ratshot and nicked his heart. The other
late Tuesday at Monticello, Fla., Rayfleld; pn Sunday, Aug. 2. half lodged in his left arm.
by a white who .
woman operatesa #
TheAayfiefds moved to Collins
truck step < Neighbors reported that Mrs.
According to Sheriff's Deputy Park, a previously all-white I Barnett warned the children to
B. R. Campbell, Mrs. Louise community in January. At first' get a'way., then hurrying to her
Walker shot at the girl who /was there were some demonstrations bedroom, she returned with a .38

attempting to go to the toilet behind against 'them with ,a'''/but this was followed caliber pistol -and fired twice. .-- IWL.................._,-....... ....0.-____
the building. The .22 caliber quiet period. On She walked with an air of indifference ,
rifle is said to have contained April 7' a blast caused $3,500 to the wounded child, Mrs' Bltha Smith, wife of couple for the first baby was.
about 150 \ooellets. damage to their property; then took him up to examine his injuries Robert Smith, of 15110 Harrison cancellation of their hospital bill.
this last explosion completely then let him drop again st, Richmond Heights, !II shown The first six days of operationof
Veara was one of ten passengers ruined the $13,500 home. coddling' her. newborn son, the the new hospital showed 84admissions
in a car coming to Miami. The '51-year-old Mrs. Barnett, first baby born In the new Chrle-
Mr and Mrs. Rayfield and 14 births Including: a I
She was treated at a hospital'and their who also has two young children, tlan Hospital. The 8 Ib 8'/a' ox. I"
14-year-old daughter Geraldine .
let of twin and 10 surgical ouea .
released. was arrested and charged with boy was born at 11 p.m. Aug. 6. :
Mrs. Walker' told officers that until a, house are luivjiig for rent with is available.relatives aggravated assault., Among many glfta given the Johnson of Miami photo. ( ::.
the '
saw from her bedroom win- 4; i ir II
dow a figure moving ta.the dark.. "The seven men arrested were '! I
She called to*the ptxvon to go released on bonds ranging from :
way-'- then .fired. She was $5,000 to. $15,000 rending'the .
charged'weapon with> assault/...> with a dangerous !Court.. of, the Delaware Superior t 3 CONVICTED TO APPEAL .1 : .11

I I Youths Claimed morning hours of Au;. 1. '.Epps older girl for years and bad had '

I Kills Wife Church and Alford also were charged sexual relations with her previously -
with raping the woman's 18- I for money. He said he paid
Women ConsentedLA year-old cousin from West Hollywood her $9 on the night of the alleged
Fla. rape and that no force was used.
GRANGE, Ga.-The three Each acknowledged having Intercourse Johnson told much the same,
I Musical; Consultant WINSTON-SALEM, NC. A young Negroes sentenced to die with the .older girl and stcry and Alford said "th y offered -

63-year-old woman was stabbedto In the electric chair for the mul- two of them said they had inter- us their bodies for money.
death by her husband Sunday course with the younger girl. We are not guilty of rape"
while the couple were, attending tiple rape of two young white SAY GIRL TRADED The appeal must be filed before I
women have'announced through 'Epps said he had known the Sept. 10.
services at a church near here. their court-appointed attorneysthat
the verdict would be appealed .
Mrs. Nanny Crouch, stabbed in .
the ctctnach, was dead on arrivalat '
a hospital. Her husband, Amos An all-male jury, Includingone Tampa LosesIntegration
Crouch, was hospitalized with I Negro, convicted the trio ::
w" r injuries he received when the Tuesday after deliberating five . ,
congregation tried to keep him hours. No,mercy was recommended -
from attacking his wife. and their electrocution was Bid ,
set for.. Reidsville State Prison
The pastor of the church
I the c 4t.
Rev. Manning Singleton, was District Judge George WVWhitehurst from New York said that the ac- ;
treated The threo defendants
and released from the George dismissed Lion of Judge Whitehurst will be
a public
hospital for cuts Alford, 18, of Dayton Ohio Clifford
and abrasions. ; -
Johnson, 22, and Brannon school Integration suit brought by appealed to the 9th Circuit Court .
Police said Crouch would be Epps '24, both of La Grange, had Negroes In Tampa .last -week tfnd of App a1i,, .at New Orleaps.l
charged with murder. nothing to say when the judge upheld the :Florida Pupil Assignment The judge gavel 'the opinion
Larw. This\ action makes .
offered them opportunity to "I
administrative ,
"the remedies
I that
-was.-believed, bcjwever, that speak before passing sentence. it impossible for school integration \
Crouch and his wife had argued this tall in this state. provided for under the Placement
gt jtg. .lrequeni1i::,.end<,that the argument All three youths were charged Francisco: Rodriquez of Tampa .Act must be' exhausted to ftva b
and death in the church With( raping a 20-year-old, thrice- NAACP attorney, and Constance the: federal court jurisdiction la ,
grew out of these frequent fusses. married wcman during the early Baker Motley, NAACP attorney this matter." ,
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William '8. Johnson choral director kind to run into the same legal'roadblock. ,.
at Done Junior H | f b Father Theodore fL .1,
School, serves as musical consultant -' Gibson of this city had the ssm
for the 4th Annual Musical 4 Miami Women Injured experience 'WIth District- Judftx ..
Soiree, which will be held this Joes Lleb.
Sunday at 4 p.m. In the newly
decorated Breezeway of t h e
YMCA 5770 NW 13th. ave. Four well known Miami women model station wagon to Miami
Mr. Johnson. a.M1 n1an. stud were injured' In a highway auto from Florida A and M: University
ied at .Ji'Universlty, Indiana Drinks Poison i accident Saturday night Dear where they bad attended the
Unhremity' and Kansas CitjrUnlrerxtty. Baby Lake Wales. summer lesslon. Mrs. Perry was
Aside Jrcra being a choral The w o men are Mrs. lona driving pnc. of the rear Urea "
director.' JKUv. ,Johnson served In Perry, mitt of W. O. Perry Sr., the car blow out and the car..
the U S. Army for three years Is Metro Detective Louis Labbe Labbe under the porch of a house owner and operator of PenT'J'JorlIt travelling at a high rate of ape14went f
member of the Omega Pst Phi said Thursday that the death of adjoining the boy's home at 6066 who lives at 4800 NW out of control and turned
fraternity the' Church of the InCarnation -, :21-month-old Kondell Reaves SW 62nd terr. Apparently It was 24th court; Mrs. Willie Hue Jamison over three times. *
and the Y Men's Club. was caused by drinking .a milk- being used on pet dogs as. a flea dean of girls at Booker T. 'All of the women were injured
Exxal musicians rendering music like fluid out of a bottle that and tick killer, he said. Washington High School, who In the accident and were taken
by Gershwin Include: Mrs ,contained parathion., an insect dlondell was found Tuesday lives at 1892 NW 03th test. Mrs. to General Hospital In Lake /
IfI Boolean JStorr, Baldwin Hep-' pc>1son. afternoon lying 'unconscious on Rachel Paul wife of James 'Paul Wales wherethey are now confined .
tern Jose Miguel Menace and A.1aboratot'Treport- made by the the ground and frothing from the of the Southland Singers, of 2050 "'-
>Zlersh Howard of the Fine Arts 'office of" the county' medical examiner mouth. lie was carried to the NW 60th st. and Mrs. Eunice !J4.r. Perry, Miss Jerona Jam!- -
Conservatory and many others showed that the.. substance -, emergency ward,of Variety Child Robinson Holmes. rot; .1620 NW IOn daughter Ott,1'4". Jamison ,
wfll be featured. in the bottle was a combination ren's 'Hospital, =Where she" died : 57th"street. and Miss Eitelle Waller, all went. a
Tickets may be obtained from of water and .p rathlon. minutes later in the arms of his According to the repoit, the Id"LakeVWalei J Sunday morntnC'1
the. Maskal Soiree spott qr;, The dirty bottle'was found by 18-year-old mother Vivian. I four women were riding In! a late In orderlo see the victims

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Doc AnderwnPerform. Mlamians Feted in

1 Kauaas: City

Another MiracleB
%11. Herman: MdLeod.u 1'IlbE'l'4H
'We:ter C Robinson, Editor I< ett E. .eod d.

Tie Cbatanfoga Observer .t/,, *oc.'oanpamed ioI Y. .1
,", 1 City 4nan; Miami lay her sir.ter .
J-- I and bzv tet1d-'law. Mr nd
Jdrs Charles Strachan The fro
were guests at several pat-aer
z held :in Shcir honor( :l>y Mr. z.l d
Mrs Charles McTSeld and Jdr ud
1!MXE. Jdhxi y yyteinijdauciittri

and fions-in-law tol JAr. and Mrs
'!Charles >ftxachan: : and Mr tad
'Mrs! ftxus Tinsoa. A iuUet l;;aci.

eon and welcoming recepiaoa uai
:given in ionor rf the visitors st
the home -oi She Hubert M.c.etX
.5>a Saturday sucht .hen'le
!guests ,enjoyed iQuab and ail te
tritrtmings.; Among the guests a.
lending were: Mr and Mrs. c u
McField, Mr:, and Mrs Etn'iJ't!
Delaney., Dr. ;Lon M TDlniEs.: Idrr
and Mrs Gus Tinson: Mrs Ese
B. Barkins and Mr James Gel '
fir. While in the city they TJ-.I: _

DOC R C. ANDERSON ed many points..02 interest Th...
returned lo Miami last week
Otis Motley. .propraetor
uf' Campus 'Cleaners Tallahassee Scene years ago 1 was asked to
Florida State .Business league THE MIAMI TIMES.-The Peoples' Newspaper" aid the cause of Cleve Cortorn of
: 315 E 22nd St. Chattanooga
president recently received a Phone OX 1-6912
plaque lor explernplary accunv- PACE 2 SATURDAY AUGUST 15, 1959 Ttan, who was totally blind and

jlisbmenta at 'the annual cpnvenf I 1 w_s in despair. I had seen so Huberts
'tkc the J"1orida State .Business . mueb that the famous Doc An- Battery
League drum ;Dr. J H. Z.: ;Lee Jr., .", ;'7"i, 'frsen of 3i2 W. Gordon Ave,
.vice president jj Ttonda Agricultural : """ '. ',> Roseville, Ga. had done for *oT Rebuilding
and Mechanical University jsy o.hers I sent Cleve to .him.I .

as John H "WjtSiljffe! If e fIN recently ran into Ove Cortoa 6 Volt Batteries $5.95 up
York :National :Business League n<4 Inac amazed to see he was with
.field director and executive assistant nj 'orger blind. He told me that ( exchange)
lo 1)%'. :Frederick Douglas a f ffr' after voting Dx Anderson his
creel bt bsck and that Doc Generators .. Starters Voltage
Patterson, (nation president) and v came
James JE HiJger: Daytona Beach, Andersen bad dene tome special I Regulators Complete Brake
JBethuneCootenanCollege public work for him and that be Is now Service
:relations director and: executive very happy in his love life and
assistant: Dr. R "V Moore, -wji- his financial trouMes are ever. 7612 N.W. 22nd Ave.H .
cess Ibe yresentatjon. WickbMe! asked him irhat happened
has made a jnumber of offwnal ,i! and he pointed: to a lucky charm
X pettranoee on Florida, implnnetvtlor -.
-e was wearing which: be called:
:Jie plans and Jdeas of D- ..< Mazuzah. He said it containedthe
Patterson, -"chlel executive ofl"eer" Troonse God made to Moses 1'I
oJ the KiBL. since his inluction -
-that it is worn by many as a
< into the office a year ago l] t'ken cf good luck and to ward i.ooUSED

| off evil He said that Doc Anderon -
Guest'Spea.ker gave him this charm and
ozne Biblical Incense containinga
......,. .._"'-, I number with suggested daily
S.. pra>'ersI was delighted to see
x % such a wonderful change in a TVs.-
,,. nan who not tco long ago was
n such deep despair.
j I happened to call on Doc An- NO
j derson a few days ago and I was
& ntroduced' to a client named Mildred -
aw I ; Russell of Newport News, MONEYDOWN
Va. Two years ago when she first
came to Doc Anderson she told
1 1h
., me she was unhappy, unlovedand '
{V unluc&y Well she certainly
Ift4ri Two of the Miami Poatofflcc's i (Certificate for' 13 years of acct looked like a millicn dollars to
top mall truck drivers, Willard dent free driving," and Paschal me on this day. She was well
u Wrk Heft) 1810 NW 6Vth * and Patron Paschal 14790 Bu was out of debt and well ] 11"
chanon &1.. Rich+nond HtlflhU, irg awards ceremonies held last financially and in her love fix'd.1 1]
compare their award Oft safe week at Biscayne annex postof I asked her what brought !
driving. Wake was awarded a Lice this marvelous change. She replied
? I simply -Gcd and Doc An-
-- -- -- - -- --- derson"-and she said it with all

a jd I '49 ACCIDENT FREE; ,the drivers and the principal her heart and soul.
While I there I
was was amaze -
speaker will be H. E. Daniels,
at the constant
ringing of
_.... --. POST OFFICE'DRIVERS pcctal inspector. Doc'i tetarhone by clients from

WIN Joe E. Jo&nscn. special delivery all over the country. I am sure
Mrs A. Huston: win the
: will presented CA 2-9719 must be the busiest
guest speaker co; Sunday afternoon SAFETY AWARDS
with the top award again this ph-ne in Rossvile Ga.
at 2 at the James JL
pjm. I have known Doc Anderson
has driven
Johnson 23
year earsdthout
boots center on NW. 22nd eve at vehicle for several and
Miami pest office Jockeys ( an accident. His next years have writ-
* lea in behalf! of Bessie ZL Pierce missed the society of the 400 closest rival is Cairo Panish with' ten editorials about him before, r Irth4
No, J74 OEC5. Mrs. Hus .
bone this year. -Had one more 17 pendent free but I am always more and more t
w.o.1J a well fcnoif business wc- driver been accident free for the years. amazed at each new miracle fcr 1 t ,.
mea and cbvrch worker of Belle past year lice drivers could have Uncle Sam's mail pushers drlepprcxirnately living near "Doc" I see them With a 4
Glade, She also the
is 2nd vice
called themselves the exclusive my own eyes.
12,150 miles each
Royal Grand Matron of the Doyal r
Adv A15
Grand Ouvpter working under .00" day on streets reputed to be'some x
hundred did of the most crowded in the na
the "protection of most worshipful ninety-cine:
Prince mil Grand Lodge We make the grade. in fiscal year tion. Build
up your social
are asking each and everyone to 1959. State officials estimate that almost -
help, us put over cur first summer : That was the number of carriers one-fourth of all Florida Learn to dance at
tea roosicwill be furnish by truck driver* and special auto tags were Issued in Dade.Despite Ton Strachan's Dance Studio
various ones of our city TfeankAg delivery clerics who drove one I
) you In advance more year without having an accident : a popular belief, post 1&8 NW 16th Ave PL 7.1716 j
ds Bernice Gordon on the busy streets of office drivers are not allowed any .
Wctty MstrvnMagnolia Greater Miami, immunity by law, nor can they -

They were feted last nreek inroom take rJght-a-way over any other Gray Hair Wanted!
HospitalOnly 210 of Biscayne Annex, 2121 vehicle. I
VW 21st st Man or Woman
toys were born at Meg The postal drivers fight traffic
The careful drivers, representing NOW YOU CAN 'LOOK
oolia lioapHal week. One every day in Dade. catch as catch
eacfc kr Mr. Willie Jackson. IZ 3 years of safe driving, can-no holds ,barred. 20 YEARS YOUNGER a .
Mrs Chester Rogers Mrs. finest will be presented wits awards by with science's newest discovery
Williams Mrs J C. Jackson and the National Safety CounciL I It looks like the exclusive "339" Auntie-Gray Pomade k
Mrs. Gerald Pratt. Mothers and Assistant Postmaster of Miami. safe port office driven did a.
wnsare doing beautifully James G, Reeder will be host to pretty rod Job.. Say goodbye to GRAY HAIR with '
new pomade discovery. Apply
Other patients at Magnolia Include Imply as you would your rag>
Johnnie Paor. Mrs Robert ular halrdrtsalng. Imparts eat

MoCulicoKh. Mr, Alms Starky, WANTED ural.looking color, ,leave* hair
Mrs Esther' Moore and Mrs.JanJ beautifully soft and lustrous.
Glover An accident vic -F---- Won't rub off, wash out. Net,
tim J.t James Cotton. Magnolia I* staining' non.greaiy. C.Ur.tont TV Servic Specials
htppr to announce that all are EASTERN STAR OR MASON Pomade conditions and grma 21' Pictur Tube 24.95

doing well and well on the way (or Former Member) hair. No other hair dressing ,," S Year Warranty
to ed. Send only 2.00
roctW / (tax. Includ.
.. I ed) for full, 1 o*.
Wheels of progress are turningat ; :
Magnolia as plans are completed -.-.-..................,............
and York is soon to begin Write at Once tot FREE* COUPON TV JOEJHC
on the expansion for
Jsmpft.lL REV. WM. V. BANKS Worth 50o
off on a Jar of Auntie Gray.

.! 2101 Gratlot Are. Bring or mall 'In to? 5211NE2ndAve.

Register Today! Detroit 7, Michigan 9103 HAIRSHEEN N.E. 2nd Ave OF .MIAMI Suits 8 : Phane PL 1-8571

Miami 38, Pie : Open; Oalhr to ,'' r.James
Your Vote Is Needed
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If THE MAMI TIMES-The Peoples' Newspaper"
flavored breezes. youe
(KM>1 pine
Miamian Writes About Ilk: comforts, this is' for you; and AUGUST 15 1959 PAGE 3 -
m William Tell." Lake I .
thiIA "Land of ------ I
icerne is one ,of the most beau- I',
European Tour til ul in Europe. If ,you want a above tea level; This is breathtaking Join The NAACPDon't '
th rill of a lifetime, take a cog- ,I' \ I
wJEnlland's eel railway and aerial cable- indeed. % Fret Fight! '." I
and 'women (Continued next week) .I
famous men ly tour of Mt. Palatus, 7,000 ft.I I ,
the tomb of the ,I!
soldier and the Coronation Chair. "
...,.-. It is here that Coronations take -
place; Other points of historical '
interest were the Wallace collec- :
tin of French paintings, Con i istituticn } ,
) Hall Buckingham Palace
1 and St. James Palace. natural I /

We could not leave London s :
without ,having a full day excursion .
to Oxford and the Shakespeare -

Country. Speaking, natural .
,K beauties it was found here .
'.' ... at Stratford-on-Avon famous gas
as William Shakespeare's birthplace . 4' '
---.- and for its annual festivalof : ,
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his plays. The birth place .
Mrs. Annie Russell, dean of burial (place: was seen by the writer. -
Girls at Dorsey High, accompanied cford-the university town
by+ her mother, Mrs. Julia with halkwed colleges and beautiful of life !

chazsels and quadrangles a new way .
make it one of England's cities '

never' to forget. I
A 'visit Iwas made to the War-
. wide Castle, where King Alfred's
daughter Ethelfreda built a for- NOT WATIBR-NATURALLY...FASTEST WITH THE NIOSTBST!.
tressin 915. This castle contains i

" ,. ." RUb many n"and'Van: relics and Dyck.paintings' of Natural gas heats water 3 times faster-bocauso it'. instant heat

Speaking of beauty visit Today's natural gas water heaters give you more hot water per penny

:W" the cottage of Anne Hathaway, . and keep giving it to you through stacks of dishes, load.

'i.'f, Shakespeare's wife with its per- of laundry, and shower after shower."Easy to IData1l.they're ,
iod furniture and dainty flower
glass-lined or galvanized
garden. It is the very personification -
of an old world cottage. and carry guarantees of up to 10 years oftroublefree

It is time' to leave London by service!
'GEA plane 'for Amsterdam to
live in a superior hotel Hotel Modern, economical gas water heaters come

Krasnapulsky. Holland presents in a full range of sizes and styles to

villages that cling to old customs. "S fit every home or commercial need
is one of their main
mode Bicycling of transportation. Amster- ,, Easy terms can be arranged . and, in many .

dam is a city of 400 bridges. It ',.. ,Q cases, you can purchase your now unit

Is also a famous center for the I for.just a small charge added to
cutting and polishing! of diamonds.It 1
-" .....- -- ,..- was most thrilling to observethis : a your monthly gas bin!

Mh8. JULIA JONE8 process Call our office or any authorized .

Jones of Little Rook, Arkansas famous A visit Rembrandts'was made Nightmratch to see the ; ) dealer.for details. . do it now!v

joined the European tour spon- in the National Gallery. If you
sored annually by North's Travel love carols' boats and bicycles, a r'r" Don't think of natural gat at Jutt o
Bureau cf Miami and directed visit Amsterdam. It is also a city ,, s 1; x better way to heat water UM it for all

bv Mrs Mayrne Williams, chair-T. filled with industrious people. I . '" .: it's worth. . to make your lift better,
counselor at Booker ,; : s:
man and School. guess they believe in the sayingNo &; happier,tense In 7 Dig Ways /
High kft
Washington work-no eat. If you wantto
Mrs. Russell is so (pleased and wear dutch shoes visit the .
elated over their exciting trip to Royal Palace and you will wear
nine European countries that them xr 7a.F 1t tt. , '\

she has been urged W many of I' 0'.."...
of mode OIl transpor- 'f 4H; "
er friends to write the highlights A change ,"r? 'J.It --t, '
of what she calls her memorable tion was made to the train from i';... .
trip over the European Amsterdam to Cologne, Germany. < ..,', ..
By, now the language is becomingmore i
countryside confusing. Why worrywhen .
H re 1 is Mrs Russell's story:: North's Travel Bureau has an t

On a sunny afternoon on June English speaking guide to greet f I
I left the New York International you in each city. Here in Cologne -
we *
visited the. world famous w
we I.
Airport on'a magnificent 4.1 r{ :
"Lufthansa Ger-' cathedral which received
carrier -
Airlines"' for London, Engr -'> lIght damage in the war, It was I
hour stopover begun in 1244 and was completed .; "
' land. In route a seven
relics of
in Manchester in 1880. It contains
took place
in the evening of Wise Men of the East, This cathedral -
England. Late
Is now under' construction I Ij
'' London
we"arri'ftd' at 'the -
June 22.
the roof for damage suffered.
central. We _rwere y1.6 Mi
airoort We lived In the, heart'' ol ., R <
London a
rlef'to the 4
jwlftly 50 from the i cry b
the this city only yards s,
City Air Terminal, then to River. ''S
the Rhine 'r
cathedral near
Strand' Place tftotel 'for lodging. .
Filled with excitrnent we aros ys s
This hotel houses' a winter garden to the pier '
'early June 28 to go
room, temple bar, La Goll- to board a Rhine Steamer from
lade and the fabulous Exeter Cologne to Ruedeshein. Arrivingat ?

Dining' Rcom. Rudeshein, famous for its

' Ju'ne 23 we started the first tour vineyards, wine, old castles and # "' OAS 1MAri1 NIAiINOi
of the city and central London. houses, we caught the train from
You must not miss seeing Tra there to Frankfurt. At this point
falga Square, London Bridge the people were most Interestingto
(1831)). The' Tower of London me. Our method of language j
plays a prominent (part in the exchange was a "trial' and error"one"
history .England. You will see yet all finally understood.
Crown Jewels, the white tower Frankfurt is a good place to'
.. and the Bloody: Tower, the place visit. Here a visit was made to
.where Anne Boleyn and other the birthplace of the great Ger-
political' prisoners were behead. man poet, Goethe old Opera
and the spacious Palmgar-
block and axe that House
ed, and i 1
used for executions. Thenwe den with all kinds of flowers. AK00KM0-III*b*Mrf;.. OAS NlAilll .. 5

were must not fall to mention St.Paul's :The !poet is gone but his memory :a.rl .ara M vu, Mkta.f.A:,,= :, r
the lingers on. M
Cathedral standing on
train whistle again.
1 hear a
crest of Ludgate Hill. A feature '
timewe are going to Lu-
is' its whisperI \
of this cathedral I cerne. Switzerland. Whenever we
lag I gallery say Switzerland, we think of OAS (NINtAAlOa '
Another tour carried, us to the mcuntalns the Alps, watches bhMNH MAnM .
,Here will kw11M..w1/ lfr,N MMr IMI west' end of London, passing I and chocolates. you .
Downing' St., Westminister Abbey -I find very good food and comfor-
was quite memorable- ,it table hotels situated among mountains .
contained tombs of many of with pine-laden sloped with 1J
( *luoNOmoNINO. las noms DIYIIwert" -
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1959 I 'Bachelor of ;.science degrees
went to Earl A.'Carroll, Harry W
BROWS IN' Dawklns, Isabella. poole, Betty A
JJST Shannon, Alexander_ W. WakeLenora
t L. Barr, Wallace Chester'
William Kenchori,".":Anthony E
: 'H-} PAUL R.JI HENRY 11' & Simons, and Chester., V. Williams,

FA old friends. .
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getvifgihrottghout better mail ser- ..

Office at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami, Florida-P) one FR 3j>223* South Florida. Misses Albertha and Rut h NOWRENTING
Plant at 6740 N.W. 15th AvenuePhotie; OX. ..1*0421; *. &;:drop a letter in theto the Austin, twin granddaughters of ,
in,"wa'mt'.Pr anywhere visiting
the David Colebrcoks are
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: |CONE l0-c0: !rem Key West to with their lather in Colorado TO SECT,ADULTSONE

YEAR $4.90 SIX MONTHS 2.75 THREE. MONTHS 41.70H. fort next Pierce day.:it will be deliveredthe Springs ... s .* "';"', ni\ .*
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Garth C. Reeves, Managing Editor: and Business; Manager (Last Sunday; a 14-year-old; Mrs. Mamie Simmons of 15920 '
returned .
and Bunche Park, East Drive, ., ,,
white ;youth was arrested Wednesday from a two- '
TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLIS confessed stealing 27 cars in six week on with relatives in '
The Tlmt Are Changed And We Are Changed With Them" weeks. He had the driver's licenseof Georgia :
a 31-year-old man he had E L ENG'EE
Entered as Second Class Matter, August! 9, 1927, at the Post Office found in a glove carnpart n.ent. ;,
at Miami Fnrida. under the act of March 8, 1876 Miamians Win .. .
There will be, some changes in i'!' :
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association adult training at vocational FAMU Degrees Patio ApartmentsCor. 11oj
schools this year. Dade County
School Board decided to drop 26courses I Three Miamians were awarded ,

YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKMETRO among them Clothing master cf education degrees and 58th St.ijmd {
10 others bachelor of science
Interior :
Pattern Making Design
; i
COMMISSIONERS Decorating 1 and 2, Design Fashion I degrees during summer com 12th s
1 and 2. Jewelry 2; Millinery I mencanent exercises at FloridaA Avr
There are now 11 members of the Metropolitan? i gov- '2; Painting Fabrics 2; Ceramic and M University last Satur- 11:11r
erriment Board. Fiye of them are former County Com Mold Making; Ceramics Sculpturing day in Tallahassee.
Awarded masters degrees were
Hand Ceramic Porcelain
missioners receiving salary of $15,000. ;
Everett L./Butler, guidance coun-
1 and 2 Crafts Leather 1 and 2
under the ; Your Vote is Needed
The other six members elected year Fkjwer Arrangement. selcr st Dorsey Junior High; Kelly ,:;
Metro Charter receive $6,000 a year. The commissioners, C Wilson, dean of men at Register to ;Vote, : !
the to Northestern High; and David A. : }
or whoever was responsible for increasing salary In Cuba Premier Fidel Castrois .s I., a
O. W. still having plenty trouble with '
$15,000 was rather generous, but we suppose '
revolutionary bands. More than
Campbell felt that $15,000 a year would be in keeping 3,000'have been arrested, some of : *
with that. them former army men. SEEKING HAPPINESS AND PEACE? ry
Well these are not the days for the "dollar a year ,
man." The Florida Cabinet Board of Find it in the Catholic Church -if :
Internal Trustees this week decided ,
Tuesday's meeting of :Metro was an important one to hold in trust' for the '\
and taxpayers turned out in large numbers. The most i important Indians 143,000 acres of. land in FREE instructions given: at your convenienceHOLY
question for discussion was the purchase of William South Florida. The bulk of the
D. Pawley's transportation business which includes land is adjacent to the Indian convenle'i'
Reservation in Central and South. REDEEMER .
the Transit the Miami Beach Rail- ?
Miami Transit, Keys Florida Flood Control District.
The price set by Pawley is nearly 9& million dollars.Te 'it
,price set by Pawley is nearly 9V& million dollars. In Lagrange, Ga. a 12 man jury I Call PL 9-2369 1301 N.W. 71st StrS ; ,t

The commissioners want to make a deal, but believe this George one of Alford them a Jr.Negro, 18,, and convicted Clif- I ,J

amount is too high. They offered 7.8 million dollars. ford Johnson 22 and Branncn:
Pawley now has the matter under consideration.The Epps 24, of raping two white
commission also discussed the number of com- women. No recommendation for 15

missioners needed to carry on the work of the government. cuted They October.are to be electro- '

Should it be five, seven, nine or eleven? JAMES .

They decided that it would be better for the peopleto Rondell Reaves, 21 months old,
decide this matter by referendum next November. died from insecticide poison and & 10e STORE .. -.
not from the
chewing aralia leaf
Should the office of sheriff and that of tax assessorsbe ,
as was at first reported, says NOW! "Sir Save a Lot" Store-'WOW!
elective or appointive was also brought up. This is an Dade's medical expert on poison I.
important matter. > plants. I 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone
It was left for discussion at a later meeting.
Too( Bad! In/MonticeUo, Fla., ata
fc We are among those who believe the people should filling station, a nine-year-old on Thurs., Fri., Sat, August 13 14 15 W
have a say in choosing their sheriff. and assessors.LET'S girl attempted to go to the toilet *
behind the building: when Mrs. Watch for big, big' .;school specials-.-Sale starts now r
Louise Walker' (white) shot her .
'in the leg with a, shotgun. Vera 1
We are not proud of certain patterns of behavior Wimbley was returned to Miami Dresses, ca. .................. V.98 Pants, pro ..............._... 1.00
which are quite obvious in the Negro community.In with nine other persons. Mrs. Socks, pr. ...................... .25 Boys' Undershirts, M. ..,. '..29Boys' I 8
attempting an analysis of the complexities in 'race Walker was, charged'with'ag: Slip, ea. .......-..............''J% \ Undershirt, ea. ..... ..95Boys'
Panties, 5 .._........... 1.00
relations, we cannot always truthfully contend that the $gravated 250 bond.assault and released on prs. Socks, pr. .......-... .25

spurious and rather ridiculous issue of color almost invariably For the Baby For The House

used by the rabid Negrophobes is the only pointof Sportswise: Wednesday night Diaper Shirts, *a. .......... M Plastic Drape., pr. ........ .87
aginfe Archie Moore chalked Towel. ......... .... .. .
controversy that may be raised against us. Up .......... .' sa. . ..... .29
Diaper Sets
realistic another KO as he floored his opponent -M Oilcloth, yd. .....;._._.._.. .89
A of of will
appraisal shortcomings
some our four times in the third d oz. ..........._ 2.10 Plastic Scarves, ea. _... .15
reveal that many' of us'make ourselves obnoxious by our round of a 15 round bout. Yvon Kitchen/ Curtain, set __ 1.19

failure to adhere to lofty standards of community living. Durelle tried hard but was no Rubber Pants, ea. ........ .29 Table Cloth., ea. ......_. .48
This is not to imply that one has to be wealthy, have a match for veteran Archie who EXTRA, EXTRA SPECIAL
added another to his record 127 -16.piece pink or Turpu.ol.e'Rlpplewear .
Harvard University academic background or be a memberof knockout. The fight took place In Luncheon Dishes Sets, set ......._.*..-_ 1.83Attention
the Black Bourgeoisie. Montreal, Archie would like to
It does mean, however, that one must realize the Importance take' a crack at Champ Johanson

of maintaining a respectable position ,in the for At the the, heavyweight Miami Beach title.Auditor.. 1 il ii BM I I ' , , _"

community in which he lives, with a lull acceptance of ium Tuesday night Gomeo BrenDan -

the responsibilities of his heritage. /won by a TKO in,the ninth
Too many of us disregard these cardinal principles. A ':round of a 10-round bout with All Parents
Paul Diaz, ,Cuban
large segment does not vote, will not read seriously, and champion.In middleweight ,

gives little or no time to support of movements advocatIng baseball. The New York
progress in community life. Yankees are doinf"better, in third OF
We are beset with the iniquities of the underprivl- place.They are 11 games: behind; CHILDREN 1N GRADES 1.10
Cleveland in second
place 2 anda
ledged who have been ,circumscribed by ghetto-like living half guinea behind Chicago.
conditions.. We are l Mud< and boisterous, and many of us In the National League the San We are now beginning registraton of
do not keep our bodies clean, wearsoiled: clothes with of- Francisco Giants hold on to first

fensive odors, neglect our children'in a hundred ways, In. place 3',and(Milwaukee a half games and Los behind Angeles Bethany Seventh Day

cluding that of an ,unwashed brow and an unkempt headof .
hair, and pave' the way otherwise for a high juvenile The Miami Marlins won two
delinquency rate.Likewise games by shutting out Toronto Adventist Jr. Academy
Wednesday night
we congregate on the "Avenue" at the Buffalo keeps top spot. Havana ,. '

honky-tonks and other notorious joints with our "blade"in second 7 and a halt and ColumbUs 5001 N.W. 25th AVENUE
pocket, and sputter from. a vocabulary degraded: and 9 and a half behind. .

shocking. We are profanity.inclined to act the part of buffoons, discuss Dr.Florida George. A Gore and M Jr.,University presidentof An accredited. , private school open to all who. qualify:
If* *
obstreperously our business and other folks' as well on will deliver the summer commencement 1 '0\ p;\'" f !

i the city buses, and go on the streets and to town Improp- address at Texas ,... .. v' .... "'.JI .. .1
erly attired. Southern University, Autf. 25. I :.

Our failure to manifest emotional restraint has resulted It's time for the Jniblte works TO. HELP YOUR. .CHILD .OBTAIN A "BETTER .
in a high homicide rate, numerous affrays and department to do some repairing .

other incidents which'have retarded our struggle for first on Wtb are. There are several: EDUCATION". WE PROVIDE "', .' :;
holes to be filled.
Maybe those ..
class citizenship.In In authority have never driven ".* .
the face of these realities the Negro leadership over this avenue between 62nd I--Select Christian Teachers; Smaller Classes 'j.

fails in its duty to! the people and the community when and 71st. streets. If not. please '. i" .
do "
I so.Mrs.
it .remains smug and shows, an apathetic attitude toward : <: .3-Modern Facilities- at a low tuition rate T; : : t : '

this challenge of the. times. .. : Charlotte Jordon 1165 '
These arc.':factors that hurtiiigour civil NW < 4P1.t., returned on ;
are rights Tuesday ; 'If interested plee call'Pi.t-S704'i" ll; ,, I
from Lakeland rtfhere no* W7 I""
fight for full equality under tbel law\;x : } *the funeral ot her niece.she attended While ; : ,' -* " -.: > .,;,1' ,""X ..Ug03miv (..'I

Let's take a sellInventory.Mobile Beacon there she met many relatives
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Ladies Auxiliary No. 3, Miami,
Mrs. Clarke Carnegay president,
are pictured during the national
Personal Mention convention of the International

f- Association of Railway Employeesheld
": at the Sir John ,Hotel July

: ._ 19 thru July 23.

1 r 'MyMrs.. Alberta Carey and son' I visiting arc Mr. 'and Mrs. Arnold Auxiliary No; 3 was named the' 1\ t".. .S L.0 \
j f* ;,Archie left the city Friday, re- I B. Sherman of Waycross Ga., mst popular auxiliary for the
[I- ., 'turning with their daughter ,and,i brother and ster-In-la.w! > of Mrs. next .two. years. The, auxiliary:
'." /'" sister, Mrs. Leola C. Robinson of Brady, along with '(nelr son, the that raised the highest, amount of
i Norfolk. Va. Mrs. Robinson enJoyed party is also the houseguest of finance 'held' the cup and crown.
. : the hospitalitY' of many: Mr and Mrs. A'Lee, of 2001 There _were contestants from
i t ':'.f, I relatives and friends While in the 1 W' 55th terr. ,. most of the Southern, states including -
t 4':t f city. They plan to visit Atlanta, Georgia Alabama Ten-

\; .s' Ga. and New York, City 01+1r. and Mrs., July Jadcson left nessee, :Texas,' .,North. Carolina
en Friday morning returning to and Louisiana.. .
'. 'Anmy 2nd ,.t.. Alonzo H. Jack- Atlanta, Ga. They celebrated '
, *, son, a 1958 duate..atd'1ori"q their 27th (Reddin<<' anniversary" Miami'"auxU1a )' raised $500.
" ,; A and M University, and was a while here on vacation. They are. Mrs. Susie MoMurray our queen,
Is seen holding the :This
4 >, school teacher in Miamifcefonr accompanied byw three of their' cup
,:. | entering: the Army completed the lovely grand daughters, Lucille, is kncyin as the Florence Beasly
f eight-weak officer leadership) .Paterica ,and Levette. / Trophy A portion of the money right on the label! First distilled in 1769, still
; i'.i' ,course recently at the Infantry- raised .in .the contest will. go fora traditionally distilled for authentic London Dry, Gin
'School, Ft. Benning, Ga. schclarship to some child in the I
1' the subtle and
quality. Enjoy delicate flavor of
.John E. Bona/by/ after attending -'I city where the convention is held. dryness
,-8 Mr. and Mrs. Edward"\' Evan ; the,'Elks' convention at Blraini The delegation (was so well onIoia'. Cint "
r arrived from Detroit for'two last week, took the flight t): pleased with the services of, the '
.. \! .weeks visit with his family at Miami where he was house guest Sir John Hotel and its personnel I 2JIn 110 OlllU.. GORDON
::- 6440 NW 20th ave., apt 8.. of his aunt, Mrs iRemilda Slmms. that it was voted the conventionof .
He returned Nassau, 1961 will be held at the Sir
to Sunday.
-. .. John. ,,rat i111Ard wm MUS m ma.N roar. mars m M n. m..u..l1'BARKLEY'S y,
,_ , -Mrs. Valencia J. Williams anddaugherEricare
,.:. ,:" s ent return- Harry and Henry Strachan of
.'. ,"I.'f" ed from, New York City !where New Ydrk City arrived on Sunday The president,- Mrs. Carnegay,
they visited relatives and friends. : morning to attend the funeral and members ot the auxiliary are I
. They returned in time for Erica ot their brother Elijah' who very grateful to their many
which was',/buried on Monday. They I friends for their support in mak-
'i -to celebrate her birthday, / are
July 29. returning this weekend.. ing us queen for two years. CUT-RATE STORE
wag __ii_ ___ __ I : Heading rfrcm left to right: Mrs, '
j Jessie ,Randolph ,Mrs. Jeanette
Miss Mildred Moye switchc Deacon and Mrs. Charles E. Folsom, Mrs. degbeth Scott, Mrs. I The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
beard and general secretary -
operator Gibson; celebrated their 29th,' Clarice:Carnegay Mrs. Susan Me-
. Agency will at leave Bonded on Tuesday Collection for wedding anniversary. They fwere Murray, Mrs. Bessie Griffith, 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 42376THE
felicited by their many friends. treasurer; Mrs. Annie Webster,
Nassau two-weeks vacation.
on a. Mrs. Hester Living, recording secretary FINEST PRODUCTS AT CUT RATE'' PRICES
Mrs. L. Seldon. 2nd ,
: row;
Visiting in Miami after 12 Mrs. Rosa Munlln, DcciaHowell t .
absence Misses A. Marie city COLOGNES-
years are In our Saturday Aug. .
,' correspondence: secretary
and Grace Turner, daughters of 1. On Sunday they flew to Nassau -. Mrs. Gussle Howell, Mrs L. Mun- Silent Night' Woody Glens; High Heels; Tweed
.4 Mr and Mrs. Charles A. Turner ,by PAA. They were accom- financial Mr, Glen Bath Cashmere
t gin, secretary; Powder) Dusting Powder
formerly of 236 NW 17th at.; panied by Mrs. Elizabeth Bethel
Rosa Tollbert, Mrs. Jessie Barton,
currently ,of 356 Chauncey ,St., mother of Mr. BetheL and Mrs. .Rachel Long.. Artha Greasells Vanishing Cream .
Brooklyn. 'They are guests of
their aunt, Mrs. Grace Hlggj, 1562 They returned to Miami Aug. Members that are not included Optn Dally and Sunday 8 a.m. to 10"p.m.
7 where, they are residing with
-NW 6th st. are Mesdames Sallle
.. Mrs. Bethel at 1900 NW 4th ct. Johnson, Maggie Lawrence M. John A. McMinn, Owner

Miss Loretha Bailey 555 NW and will be here until Thursday, Hall Bessie Farjey, T. A. Hence, ..

.. A llth terrace and her niece Miss i Aug. 13 when they will leave to Nathaniel Carter, L. Braswell, ..
back their home in .
I j I Juanita Lucky of Opa Lodka, left Mattie Jackson Hattie Williams
for Wichita Kan. Mr. and Mrs. J. Clarice Lewis andLouise
.. the city last Friday morning B. Williams..
Bethel are very happy to see Mi-
1 New York City on an extended Brawn. ,
t vacation. Misses Bailey and ami again where Mr Bethel. /was

,\ Lucky, daughter and frarfd- born. .
daughter ,of Mrs. Rose Lee Lucky
': were chaperoned to New York by Mrs. Alene .Butler Mrs. Vera
.. ., Mrs. Ida Miller of 312 NW 9th Wilson and Mrs. Milllcent Cul- trees, flowers, shade' trees.
. st. Miss Bailey's trip was made mer motored to Florida A&M One of the largest variety selec-
';" mainly to visit with her god- University Saturday,' Aug. 8 to tion in Miami. Come by and take .
*I parents. Mrs. Mae Speights and ee their relative; Everett L. a look .

David Thurston. Butler, receive his matters. de ALONZA KELLY 1208 N.W. 62nd Street
t gree. 1475 NW 67th St. OX 10547I'
'. Mrs. Doris Flnley and her niece ,

Miss. Frederica Smith have,just RADIO TV PHONOGRAPHSSALES
returned from Blminl; ,Bahamas
'. :t. where they 'spent, : five glorious I' SERVICE
days While In Bfaninl: they visited Expressway . ..' .
at the lovely home of Mr and :' ,
Mrs. Clarence Ellis and their six

. r'; children.- Houses Call PL 4-7318 i

,1- \ Airs. Ruth Clarke Bahamian :.

.. teachef and four children, Barbara ... .... ;
e: Janice; Chester and Wendell I .
ended their vacation here Concrete Block and Frame 1 TERMS ."4< 'i;,

...,.. Saturday when they boarded a o '._ ''". I.
PAA plane for Nassau.' FAST SERVICE i \ c

j' Mrs. Frances Palmer iCey West ..5'., 9L152.-8 p.m. -: ,
representative of this paper spent .
:'. 4.h' 4'; last Sunday In Miami visiting 6901 N.W. 5th Court PL 8.1261 TUBES CHECKED FREE
... friends and relatives. thesister '
'H'"'' j ccomduc 10% DISCOUNT ON ALL PARTS
: ot Archie Finder e ? .
;..... J. Downtown Offices ..
' ..', of the column, "Press B x.rf ,
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,,.! I Mrs. Rose .Bradley of Boston Room 504, Industrial Bank Bldg. JUNE Summer Special JULY

/' a niece of Mrs. Corean Roberts of 25 W. Flagler Street-FR 4-1811 .
t 1532 NW 5th court, is now visit-
Ing Miami as housegtast of Mrs. CALL* ., .At iOR COM INTODAY; "
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'. panted also Our ClatsiffffttColumns Get Fast Results t T ", ,..;, ..., ... ..-. '-
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in International 'Affairs which
MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" Euneral Directors Davift.and Smith.Lead will require ,further afitudy at

:4PAGE 6 SATURDAY AUGUST 15, 1959 Convene in Chicagofuneral at'Cisk University Tufts University' laalYewnYland.

directors from ,aU ... -,- ...... .
-. parts of the United States are Irell Davis and Thirlee Smith,
-- -- ----1A- pouring In Chlca/io/ for the 22nd II, were.the recipients of an..Invitation JJJ..sMlm
annual convention of the National from the Student Council
: T $ K n Fjneral Directors and Morticians and personnel office at Fisk Uni- JBfcECXRICElecjtrjcaJ :

Py Association Aug. 17-20 at versity to attend the.all. 1.W .ER\I. E
he Hotel Sherman leadership 'workshop and .freshman ;
Many of them will ,attend. the orientation week (retreat.) ..cO.nb'. or
All Star Football fame, the ,Pan Irell, a junior has been an active -
American games, races,"and.many member'of the Women.. Sen- -HOUSEWJUUBG
will remain to 'see .the Yankees ate and Alpha Kappa Alpha
!:Don't.yss .r *"
.and White Sox on the 23rd. sorority and holds a major office

Many social, activities have In both ,organizations.I PHONE OX i25.ight
been. planned (by the host association -
: the Illinois Selected Morticians I Thirlee, a ,senior, is responsible .
Associations and Its ladies for the first publication: of the Fisk okay
l auxiliary Among some of the activities Herald (the literary'magazine)4
k s planned will be. a grand the freshman issue, and has been
reception and style show on Monday appointed by President StephenJ. ;
in the grand ballroom of the Wright to two student-faculty
Sherman, cabaret party at Robert committees: The International
6 Show Club on Wednesday, Student Center Advisory and, the US.EolilWtt:
bride parties, bus tours, luncheons Student Union Committee. ,
and a trip for the children Aside from participating in FURNISHED
to the Lincoln Park Zoo.
number of other organizations ,EFFICIENCY
i Some of. this year'.s .highlights
I they are both dean's list students.
I will annual be awards the educational program, Irell and Thirlee will leave online 16.00 Per-.WAek
yzk 4 4th of September IJ services and last the President'sFormal
_ for the first three days ,they Free, ,Gas
Dance which,, will close 0O
: '
i the four day meet. will stay in the.Tennessee Mountains I Free Electricity
at Camp Dodwoo to discuss Free,, Water
with the administration Im-
tx ..
pcrtant.Issues for the coming I Free Stove
You'M.y school "year.Thirlee's I I Free Refrigerator
biggest moment twill
Dream, Dreams probably be when he greets' his Newly! decorated: .attractive

and See Visions ,kid! sister Frederika Smith, and I I.
introduce her as. CRAB Freddye
to.the upperclassmen.
4190JSLW.: 32nd Ave
a 'Irell is making a family tra-
WASHINGTON, D. C. Sena- formation officer for the Western dition by majoring In prermed
tor John F. Kennedy (D-Mass.) Nigeria Government., Mr. Thanni 6 and Thirlee is aspiring a careen
chairman of the African Affairs is visiting the United States underan P v .1 .
Subcommittee of the Senate ICA to study public ..en
Foreign Relations Committee is
pictured above In his Senate office I administration and information Qo I rjRiLTJNWI

with Ade Thannl, senior In- :services. c. : ; I.

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,NEGROES FAIL TO It surely cannot be fear that prevents 1
and 2 Bed PJ\r.tDi.
you from donating as there I ,j >oP.m; cnts.
./.MAKEREPLACEMENTS is nothing to fear. Is it the lack of
I Houses Stares
interest in your fellow man? It :: ; '''
surely cannot be that, for, every-

AT BLOOD BANKTo one must have in' their a degree makeup of unselfishness to- Brown Sub Cocpnut> .Grove

snjoy living. with this ,so-called Dream Seal _.Liberty Cfty ",Downtown
the Editor: Tie ,persns Who received the Only $2.00. Money back guaran
The Miami Times would be 7222 blood transfusions during teed. Try one, today I >l lI
rendering a great civic serviceby! .he past year alontf' with their I JAMAICA -WJiSOW1307iN.W. 'RENTALAQENCY Inc. .
bringing to the attention of Its /.lends and relatives would be ,CANDLE SHOP : ,_

readers a matter of utmost impor- doing a great service to their 6965 NW.. '15th Ave. '
tance. I am Inferring to the failure community and humanity If they I Miami 47 Florida .3rd Ave FR 4.01:16i :
cif the people to meet their would appeal to everyone they I ,

obligations to replace the blood met to go to the John Elliott .-.... ."'--- -'
received from te John Elliott 'Blcod' : Bank of Dade County 1850 -
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Blood: Bank elf Dade ... -- ------- - - - -
County .NW 10th ave., and donate a pint iII I-r: : ; ;; ... ,... :- J; ... 7 ,. .T ...It....
This has become a very serious t>f blood. Help yourself by helping I -
problem and is one worthy of others. It would be a sad -
ccnsideration by the entire com matter if for the !'*ant of blood a I For The. Finest,,Apartments at Moderate, Rates="CallAGENCY

.munity. mother, or baby\ ,or seme injuredor
The blood given, in transfusion sick! ,person: was to die. It is t
has undoubtedly saved many the obligation of all to see to it B ad
lives, alleviated much sufferingand that this never happens. Iw
shortened the period of con- Again the address is John Elliott 't
Blood Bank Dade (t'
valesnece fcr many .The challenge County, -
is Have! you replaced this 850: NW 10th ave You will re- _
.blood so that the same servicecan ?eiv a blood donors card which '
be enjoyed by your neighbor? : you will be proud to show
In a thriving community every- Wm. Imand, vice chairman ) :' I DC.
Jhn Elliott ;Blood Bank
tne is interested in the welfareof I
others.' Let me give you j!}
r break down of hciv tax the folks' FAMU Pit MAN
have been in fulfilling their obli

gations. These figures are from SEEKS FLOATSCharles The largest oUe mand rental }' _
July 1, 1858 through June 30, J Smith III, director .
1959. r ublic relations at Florida A and M
Private colored transfusion. 1345 M University, was a recent visitorto ,.agency,in:the Sputhj J operating in '

-Replaced .......................-..........,, 771 the city where he contacted ; \
JU Deficit ...........................*.......... 574 various business firms relative to Dade and Broward.Cpunties.Ne a '

Jackson staff colored ............ 5217 their entering floats in the 1959
-Replaced ..........._.._.................... 2905 Orange Blossom Classic parade.. : '
Deficit ....*..-............................... 2312 The '59 classic game sponsor* gro Housing az,ea. . I
Kendal staff colored .......?....... 660 ed by A & M and in which A & 41 U Vt .
Replaced ...*.............................. 492 M twill/ be one of the opponents, ..
Dlficit .......?...........*...................... 168 will be held December 5 in the L. L. BROOKS PRESIDENTMANAGINGANDnMAINTAININQMORE'TFIkN
Total transfusions ................... 7222 mammoth, Orange ,Bowl Stadium. -
Total replaced ........................ 4168 }
Total Deficit ............................ 3054
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II' .
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1 1\4 Kappas Entertain Lowe and Dr Melton White. i4
Other escorts were: ss Percy
Returning BrothersOn Brown, Marion Robinson, IBeU
Jackson and several others. I>

Saturday evening, Aug. 1, .-.---
r r.d: ? :. Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity of
M.aml, welcomed its brothers For The Highest in .'.
htme from, college with its fourth .
annual; Summer Party which ,was COSMETICS '
given: at the modern ranch-style I
Call YUkon 3.5681 m
I home oif Bro. Louis and Lillie .
Jaultsoh: 5$50 NW 23rd ave. "SANDS"

\ A j:vial time was had by all. Also :

r Jcy' a. The fraternity brothers entertained Miami Times Newspaper
the guests with spirited frat
s': ngs as well as their sweetheart -
i song a bevy of beautful
: ; \ college co-eds was .present to addT
I I to tae> feminine splendor-.strict- '
>. I ly Kappa style. Miniature paddles HICKS'
k 7 I decorated in the traditional crim- :
". \ ; ; son and cream colors, were pre- ,
Photo StudioUltra
\ ::i ;cntcd as souvenirs.The I
) c4\ .'. ; ,
t 1 '>'' :,, guests were as follows:
Lynne Johnson, Doris Lynch, Fine Portraits I
; ; ; ,. Willie Mae Alexander, Connie .
\ J.r James' K. licks, Prop.
4 : Rogers, Julia and Betty Night( ,
,:' < Lorraine Murray and many oth Htndlot *

; '<:" ;: ers.The abve were escorted by 2440 NW 60th St. '

1 Brothers Cleare, Charles Adder- Phone NE 3,3166
;! ft ley, Fernly'' Murray, Freddie Davis
Everett Stewart, Eddie Stra- ;
chan, Clarence 'Robinson, Warren a.
a v \ ,..:, ,

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President.Elsenhower' last week Ave. and 42nd St. Northwest

was the recipient of three gee -........................................-. ,
tures of honor from the United Your Vote is Needed

Golfers lal Presidential Association Assistant Above, Spec Earle' tPHIL' ;OSSOF Register to Vote! I fJt4" ..->.IIi" .,_ ,' ",. . : . "" _.' '-''!'_ ,- .. "

Chesney, left, holds ,UQA honorary --
SAYS: -- -- uu_.. _
membership ,plaque while
youth golfers Francis Barrett Jr.. -.....-..-....,........-..--.......... .j, .

front left and Alan Kendrlx, What Is prayer? .Is It Just sup- "1 /
Washington, D. C, display special plication on one's knees before
citations !'having been presentedthe Gcd In one's own closet, or tn N
President Others standing on of God's children in
gathering r'fr
I ,. I
the_ White' House presentation "
churfch: to 'pray together? It-is irf- .
left of Mr., Chesney," Mrs. Paris deed these things, but I believeit !
B* Brown,,UGA tournament dlrec J'
is more, too. <
tor Washington, Francis Barrett, .
Plttsburg golf pro and father of I Often it is being neighborly, It' ,
Francis Jr., Dr George W I[and can be the performance of .
/f'?m"F Washington, D.C..w h o one's work .when done in service I 1
was first NGA president, and 'to _others, without the thought of
Franklin Lett-UQA. president personal gain (placed first.I 4, m "t'' .
Detroit, Mich. Mr, Barrett Ii ''pro
at Pittsburgh's North, Park ,Golf am not trying to belittle actual u .uE@ % il'A
Course prayer, for to me prayer is x ... ,
spiritual gravity which draws us
i towards God. It is like the turning Iq6, + V nN', .:f/ .
Mrs. .,Riou, Cited on cf a TV set to,God's chan- -' ..
nel, causing His blessings to flow .
Friends cf Mrs. Lucille Rlou
forth., To live without prayer, tome Ur
are heartily congratulating her Sot is like whichI I" ,
owning a lamp
having received citation from
: a refuse to turn on in the dartc. .
the 1950 'United Fund Campaign I
leaves me in self-imposed ;
Committeefor outstanding service I
to the people"of Dade County darkness "r ,
through. the 55 health and welfare I My ideas concerning prayer '"

agencies supported by the and that supplication is not all Ii
J9&9 United 'Fund Campaign. grayer can best be explained as ,.,
follows: When I pray alone, and i"t ro lb ',
FAMU'RESTRICTS' Inn in the midst of prayer, I maybe r., 9.don't "
I disturbed by the ringing of
AUTOS the door bell or telephone. I Immediately .
TALLAHASSEE Because of cease to pray, and answer r
multiple problems incurred by the call. Are we not praying
the increased number for God's will, and to (praise and
biles appearinr on the ofautmno-I: serve Him without serving our
Florida A and M University, a fellowomen? When I am called
regulation restricting the opera- away from prayer,. I feel that : bga ;ISIIWASIHERr
is calling me, and it is my r
tion of vehicles: has been -
.. approved
duty to answer. He who calls
,- seeks rvice,. and I must ,*erve BUY ONE :
freshmen sophomore students -
No or
hIm when he calls. Is not service : ...
'will be allowed to have
also prayer? Am I not continuingto
Unless! they have maintained 'a *
"B" average during the preced- the pray midst when of prayer I answer? a call in Ecap from a life sentence of thsnlrh, tedious drudgery! A modern I.. I II

ing semester. Upperclassmen on ,, automatic Electric Dishwasher will wash-rinse-dry/aster, catitr, cleaner I'
probation will also be denied the I

privilege of bringing. automobilesto Advertise It Pays!! ' and better. Just stack the dish** (vn pots'n pans), press a button , i .
the campus.
4 and free yourself for leisure. Everything come out sparkling-bright

For FREE Pick-up and : sanitised by scalding water.

Delivery Service on \'
j 'Prescriptions ,, Never again Jiatd-wash another diM! Get an .. '


'Prescription Compounding See the display NOW, your favorite electric )
, Specialists" appliance dealer Models.and colon to fit r

'" Sundries Gifts very kitchen. Portable too; roD on wheels;

Patent Medicines i' .
plug-in for instant us, *. Surprisingly term.
Greeting' Cards m$ r7gnf

.: 1240 NW.3rd Ave.. US dUfttes.toy,46ff ptryr.*fort.astro*famOy

Phone FRanklin 3.2932 .
IIedstrroc f Pharmacia '
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; .' ,/ ': 8 SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1959 MeetThe j


Crusade for Voters will hold .

a full committee meeting Monday, .... "-/Tlte...,..
Aug. 17, 8 pjn. at he home of
Islam Christianity the chairman, Dr. Elmer A. Ward &'
The object -of the meeting is to NE 5-3513 N.W. 22ndXye.(: ;iB9th St.

Second In a Series make plans to finance the registration .J.. ..... J ......U,
campaign in Dade. SATURDAY t. 1A
Salter 9dt 4 a I' 'iR
Since my August 1 article, we Recently a large, of 'd'' ...' CQ
Honored With a cross section ..
representing JOSEPH I lEVINE
have been asked a good many "'i',
questions as to the difference between the community, was appointed presents
Islam and Christianity, Beach PartyMrs. raise funds for this worthy proI I

which this article will try to an- ject. The limited goal is $3,000.
'Mary Salter, pcgular Although conditions have not

swer.It must ''be remembered that Dade, County matron/gave a surprise been altogether favorable, some I

Islam is not a denomination of birthday party (for her hus- of the committee members have I
Christianity ncr is it something band, James, at beautiful Virginia raised more than $100, some

new And 'because It 4s a differ- Beach on Thursday evening have made fine partial reports, MIGHTY.'SAOA

ent religion it is different entirely Aug. 6. A delicious repast was and some have turned in nothing.All OF THE,WORLD'S
from Christianity. We served the frolicking, happy
members of the committee MIGHTIEST
guests. The tasty menu included
mention this because we in this '
country are accustomed to only barbecued chicken, macaroni are asked to be present and on

Christianity, which has a great salad, punch, cake and ice cream. time Monday night.

denominations.Islam .
many Many local and out of town
is of the world's
largest religions. It is the domi- guests were present to share in and useful gifts All present join-

nlht religion of the Middle East, the evening's celebration. They ed in wishing Mr. Salter "HappyBirthday"
included Mr. and Mrs. Luther
as Christianity is the dominant and many happy returns -
religion here. These two religionsare Livingston, Mrs. Terrell, Mr. of the day.
Johnson, Miss Marie Glyn, Mrs.
violently opposed to
Kurbo Mr and Mrs. Willie Mc-
other, and'have fought many
Geth Mr. and Mrs. A. Salters
bloody wars in their earlier his-
Mr. and Mrs. T.. J'. Salter, Miss For The Highest in ."....STEVE SYLVA GIANN'AMARU atrbbMar+1 tioG'i 1vtrroDomnYi''
tory.We must also point out that GeraldIne Salter, Mrs. Maggie KOSCINA tdaASora1 flrfs

iwhen we speak of Islam, we mean Lumpkin, Mrs. Dorothy Ann- COSMETICSCall REEVES ... -
"strong, Little Nell and Frank.
the followers of Elijah Muhammad -
For there seem to be var- Out of towners included: Miss YUkon 3-5681 THEY MET AID

ious denominations within Islam. Isabel Johnson,. Mr. and Mrs. "SANDS"
Islam and Christianity have Herbert Cambridge, Misses..Kathy Also ,
two things in common. They are and Karen Cambridge and Doris AND GLARE .
K. Stephens of West Palm Beach. Miami Times NewspaperAlongFreedorn'sRoad
religions of a Book and they both o
believe in One Supreme Being. The honored guest was the . OF
------- ,
From this point they differ. Is- happy recipient of many 'pretty P.

lams call the Supreme Being Al- .....,.... ...- ...... ...- ...... ...... ..... '4'--" _
lah. They believe that he is flesh ,

and blood, .- a man of color. r t if ao.r
Christians call him God and

consider him a Spirit.As *
to Jesus, Islam refuses to .'

accept him as Son of God. To -- '4....... ...- ...- -........... ...... --..- - I
them he is only a prophet, no .

greater than other prophets The national office of the ically foolhardy,. and internationally > 4
Moses and Muhammad. Jesus, NAAOP has recently prepared a explosive.THE ) -

they wll tell you, is dead and pamphlet on the ,program and objectives ;
will never return. of this association. Whenwe 3ALLOT: DEMOCRACYTEST I A "$ yonara"-
style affair' InUM Yxt'
tell the story of the NAACPwe *
THE HOLY BOOK. Islam Orients neon
usesa ::<;; $:
are telling the story of
book known as the Koran. The in American One of the most important objectives aod-nvton kinsUI
Koran is held to be'coeternal Founded in 1909 when 63 Ameri- ol the association is securing -
with God and was written in the ballot for all Ameri
cans with a deep devotion, to ,decency .SUNDAY, MONDAY TUESDAY'
rays of light on a'table standingby and humane race relations cans. Recognizing that N e ig r o
l his throne. Islam disputes its banded together to right some nlthe" Americans, voting in free elec-
claims of holiness. It has so been Inflicted tions mightbe instrumental in
shocking, being -
tampered with, they said, by wrongs of fellow cit- winning the rights guaranteed to
James of until upon a group them the Constitution and in b
I. King England, izens, the ,association has expanded by ,
nowit contains less truth .and deposing those publia' Officials
steadily as Americans increasingly -
more lies. have joined this ,force who deny them citizenship rights,
'RESUKRECTION ,believes ''southern states have
Isjam some sought
striving for racial Justice.
in no life after death to prevent Negro voting
There is no heaven no hell. NAACP COVERS THE '..
To followers of Islam, heaven and """"' But with the passage of a federal -

hell are states or conditions of COUNTRY civil rights law, the first I-STEVE SnVA OANwl w.RIA ftbruio> Mom ta Garoni,Aituro Dom* such legislation to be enacted by
the mind.
The Association's ,strength liesin' '82 the NAACP CANALS trnmoPatman.tda
Congress in
PRAYER. A Moslem five
prays its membership found in 43 yearsi
has a new with /which REEVESMGM's' nn.r aler5rot
times a day. They never ask God
states, the District of Columlaand
to work jn its long-standing'- '
for anything. Their prayers con- the State of Alaska. The association of ecitement'from the
sist primarily of words of praise forts to secure full suffrage for ,
is constantly on the alert
with ,requests fbr-forgiveness andguidance. I to combat unfair race practices southern Negroes.- master of terror ANDREW L. STONE .

wherever they occur, and field THE NAACP NECD8. YOU
THE: ORIGINAL MAN Islam workers from the organization I
claims for the Negro the title of are sent where they are most The, wide range of activities in

the, Original Man The Negro Is needed. Thousands of unpaid officers which the NAACP engages and CRYTERR R!.
from the, tribe of Shadozz, the and members of local units the notable successes it has enjoyed -
first people ,God made, and Mr. volunteer their services In carry- have earned for ,the association -
Muhammad:claims God's word for ing out the NAACP, program. the deep respect of its
that. statement.. Adam and, Eve friends and the even deeper fear saw
were the first white -people made, GOALS of its enemies. For a half cen- ,
created'.:*'by the devil. and empowered tury the NAACP has been lead- .JAMES MASp ROD 'STJIGEReJNGERSTEVENS
by God to ,rule for 6,000 The immediate goal is the elimination ing the civil rights fight and has
r years. .*' I of all state-imposed segregation been responsible for destroyingmany
;.' Islam teaches' that the world by 1963,. centennial of of the barriers depriving STARTS WEDNESDAY 1
i .;'',and .the earth are different. That the. Emancipation proclamation... Negro Americans of equality of
p ending' of the world that the To achieve this meansan opportunity.This ADvENTURes MIGHTIEST HERO
Bible refers to, meant the end of ever greater; intensity of /Works I
the white world. And when is well as larger membership and progress costs money. Fur- f LIVES His MIGHTIEST ADVENTURE !
this to happen? Around the year Increased financial resources. ther progress will cost more mon-
of During this crucial, time. the ey. With the eyes of the world ,
uno."I NAACP is using; and will continue ii,cn America to see 'whether she
to use its customary methodsof will live up to her professions ofdemocracy W
legal espousal 'of anti; the task ahead is gi- o
redreSSj legislation I land a gantic. The United States does Tirzan's, :\. 'r

RITZTHEATRE public information ,(program.; not have an' unlimited amount of vengeance-hunt...
time to demonstrate her right to
The ultimate goal Is the estab- 1,000 deadly
moral leadership. Those 'Who mis- miles down tht-
lishment of equal rights for trust this country because xof mis- read "River of
Americans of all races in respectto treatment of minority groups; can 1,000 Dangers"!
STARTS SUN."Mysterians". security of the person, 'voting, be convinced only by effective k
education employment housing, steps to halt this injustice. Every MTWUTM x l ISIWIT
treatment In the courts, and various vestige of racial bigotry and segregation fHTICWIO

public accomplishments. To must be eliminated
deny equal rights to any citizen quickly from American life The -Itlllll
Plus I solely because of his race or.color NAACP needs the-moral and financial CIUI..
not only is morally wrong, It support of every demo- n
"Tom Thumb" also is psychilogically destructiveto cratic-minded individual and ElUTIUilIfllUI cy

person of both races, econom- group if this goal is to be achieved. ,.
I The NAACP needs )'oul!

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/, 1 i i\ Tarzan' GreatestAdventure" "Anna Lucasta" have been missing.. There' no

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. .rBy .DAVE (Mr. awing) BONDU 1 1f'
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t.'v., 'IT'8. ALL: 'QU ET on the home ' Iti ;

'" .trOnt r. 'This 'is* the first., week Ifind I' +'%, 4yjjjj

that, our:.beautiful city is as "I. n ,M\\',\,, .'
quiet as can be. Nitelife is almostat
a stand still,i" except for the anyway. I know . because I
Fiesta, Knife Society and the Club live in the neighborhood and
Royale. The Sir' John Lounge is have watched it change. If Mr.
,1. 'doing .nicelywith this fellow, Johnson is seeking publicity, I'll
Eric Miller and his guitar, along help to give him some . and
.) with. vocal renditions of almost I'll say that I think school business -
t anything you want td hear He should be left to the school
plays some of th*"inost beautiful board as long as they are travel-
chords you have,fever heard and ing in the right direction. They
is backed by Bill Peoples on knew more about it than Senator
drums .and Richard Johnson on Johnson. -

bass. All that is. needed, in my

opinion, to make this trio a smash SINCE HOWARD CLOTHIERSon ;k. ti
is a !piano with arrangements to
first and Flagler hired
fill it out. salesman and is getting a a Negro lot of _.n._______....__ ;. i .1 oI

business with us, other stores Daniel R.; Francis, formerly coordinator -:
SAM RABIN'S right hand, downtown are toying with the of Diversified Cooperative -
Thorn Keel has 1dea'at hiring Negro personnel.
just returned
Training (DCT) at North- I
from a two week vacation. As if Howard Clothiers can stick .
Thora puts' it, "St. Paul is a their necks out without having western Senior High School, has
gasser" I.Jimmy Mackey and them chopped oft and sell more been called to North Dade Jr.-Sr.
his wife\ (he's a social worker in suits, shirts. and other quality High as DCT coordinator. With
Chicago) had a wonderful time merchandise at inexpensive prices
in Miami and especially the then somebody has been pulling the addition'of the 12th grade at

Beach-Miami Beach, that is. somebody's leg. Even the New North Dade this term, Charles D .

They stayed at the Sir John . York office has praised the move Wyche, principal, will add the
Ex-Pabst; Jim Reese by the store manager, Mr. Born-
: Supervisor, ,
quite popular DCT program to his
is-back in: the saddle, only; this stein. This I know, because the beautiful fast-tgrowilig school.
top brass told me so. Who is the
be'a, for
time riding: Carllngs
Mr. Francis is one of the pioneersin
top brass Mr. Howard himself. INSULATEYour
Black Label beer. While 1'm.,0II
DCT in Dade having
Jimmy is a real nice guy
c rungs,' let's letthe' friends' of
been one of the first two coordinators -
has excellent working
Herb Malloy know that he is their conditions #
that started the
driver-salesman and not a min- so go in and let him know programin i*
ute too soon . his wife just you are happy of the progress he 1040 Eddie Bunyan was at B. home with
him with is making and, the possible open- T Washington and Francis at.
presented a boy, so now
it's Father Herb. We wish the ings he is making for the rest Dorsey High School. Interested
of us ,by being "right." You don1 students are 'urged to contact him
best of everything to him and his
have to ,buy anything. Just go by., at the school now ,before school
r opens (See DCT story in this issue __ HOME

). ]
searching for available men to Copez, and Felton McFarland of
make contact with( merchants Atlanta, Ga Were married last UP TO
throughout Dade County for the Thursday and will take off on Still Time to, Sign -
Register and the pay is hand Tuesday for Japan. Felton Is in S
some. For more Information con- the Alrforce and will be in Japan For YMCA Camp 150 COOLER
tact Mrs. \Brown at the Sir John for three yean. The trip will ?

Hotel -.. Club Relax Bax "col- serve as a honeymoon. We. wish Only a few more ,days before .
oredV, Is located on 54th at. at for them much happiness. youngsters will be boarding buses Why be "fried" by torrid temperatures wen you can keep yourhome .
about 29th ave. and is owned by that will take them to theYMCA'
pleasantly cool with Fiberglass Home Insulation This
whites. This is OK but since the
OUR THANKS to Blanche Cal.| I efficient heat barrier keeps summer heat outelde-maintain*
neighborhood is all Negro now,
loway of WFEC for playing the of Grassy Lake, 150 miles from
think the "colored"* is Inside temperatures, that '' to 15 cooler.; w"
don't-you Louie Jordan disc ,of "Wish I Miami at Lake Placid. What a are. up degreea
unnecessary Could Make Some Money." May-; thrill and adventure that will

.OIIv.r. me',wrote the lyrics and I wrote bring smiled and""" excitement on PHONE ,PL 4661.7FOR
QUICK NOTES the faces of 'many youthful cam-
the music and Louie used NOW o
lifeguard at the Sir
is now the half of each. He swears he forgot pers.
John Pool, . Curt Harmon and the ,words and the music . 10 A FREE ESTIMATE "
Associates are doing fine with Lucky youngsters still aren'ttoo
he in and left out.
'. the Music Studio in' the Sir, John If put some haven't heard. .some Blanch'sshaw late to apply for a week: of

, .,(Looks like, from this column you. . do listen, you'll enjoyit. Summer Camping, August 22 INO DOWN PAYMENT
through 29. Applications from Interested -
so" nothing is happening anywhere
far- I
but the Sir John. I should ( She not only plays your favorite youngsters will still be Small Monthly Payments
records, but she gives ;youa
be on the payroll; for publicity run-dawn on favorite accepted. Life at camp will be a .
this week) . Sammy Wright is artists. She's on the your air from 12 busy one with campers participating "
doing nicely after spending 24 in arts and crafts swim-
noon to 230: daily Monday thru CffABTftEEWSMATON/ CO.
days In the hospital .. Businessat listen. ming, boating, canoeing, hiking,
Charlie Holmes Men's Store Friday. a cookouts, music, archery, riflery r

. on 62nd st. and 11th ave. is pick- And in the meantime . Live and worship in the outdoor chapel N.E. 75th,Street 'Miamiw
ing up (thank goodness) . -. The life every golden minute of ItCLYDE and times for boys to choose 300
\ Three Musketeers are back, Betty their own activities under a trained -
Marion . Herb and integrated staff., .
Thebna and ,
Douglas ,is in town eyeing the ............tK..K.*&,;s..:..*..i.sw*|D.K. ...SS! .%.'. w*.K.*_...'u*..:.t.:.'u..._ -.u.,..... ,:.;....._-.,.,.._..-.- .,._-..-u..u.u.. .!: ..!'!:!.._ '"
beer aspects: for Pabst Blue Ribbon ...=F...ra..S..x.,: .>K.rS ..x..?.&.:s:.. ..fs t.I:55: ,5& ..=-..,: a.,,.., .., ...7.., ., ..:i.,3!... .aa.. .
b .1.,; .'The Carver YMCA bene- '"

fit shcfw at Northwestern School #S APPLY ATRENTAL
was a success, thanks 'to all the ,
DJ's . Peanuts Taylor owner J
1fx '
oTthe'Tropicana Club in Nassau
arrived Wednesday night to spend
a few days with Mayme and me. OFFICE

r PRETY GIRL-the Week: K

Mrs. Irma Anderson . Pretty .
Boxy! of the Week.Dr. Ira P. Davis .: ., ., FOR ATTRACTIVE IJ
(Mayme's choice. I don't look "" :w

tthe fellows) A Policeman? of ;: ; !H J h

the week:; Orange:.Mayes. Y N : 'It B FurnishedUnfurnishedEFFICIENCIES '

LA&T WEEK wt/spoke of. and
thanked: 1Mr. Bonded Collection i
for lus. r
Agency L. L. Brooks,
In'e Christian Hospital ., f
: Hart : ;
endeavor, so this week we wrUl/ S & 2-BEDROOM APTS.

take our hats off to Dr. Ira P. .
Davl#commonly known as 'the ." .,:. # ; .
.Ambassador of Miami." He, too, O
is a man to be admired and respected r .
for his ability to forsee ; t; ELECTRICWATER

.' the need of this hospital and to )i' ii .
work diligently to, help make it _
.. reality.. It is people Uk Dr.; 'ifl
Davis who help to make Miami Proudly presents his .,
"a better place to live In. Bouquets -
to Dr. Ira P. Davis. ONCE 1 IL :, .....t-.At
4sNEWS COMES Patrolman ;
l' freeman Pyles has passed the Thurs., Aug. 20 p I .

police our *rass sergeant*! up to test six when and brings he isfrSDOtated. FIESTA CLUB ;b i I Manager Lives on Premises to keep placer #, '
Is 71
+ Our full quota .
.. lx) emen and five jailers. We're ORDERLY AND. CLEAN l
.ct lining" COT* '

: . JEAE9. Its HOT ONE ..*. .Title ,of next show
Ate;+> President Dewty Johnson "Wife Without a Habit"Amateur S. FLORIDA
". *toGTT: Collins to halt the Show REALTY j
Orchard Vffls School integration Tuesday
Every .
of the mixednelg1orhood.
!n Miami because
Music by
< tMr
Johnson does: not Now.knofrr is*that: DIZZY JONES 1099' N.W. 3rd Ave (Cor. llth St.) FR 14554tt......

'.. already 90 per
the neighbrhood >is And His Orchestra ,
.. cent-Negro and there sill be very
Marshall M.C.
Bobby ,
r "SW JirhUe:ehfldreatfrlb* pool0 .

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Everything in Gospel Music
I Zion BaptistThe Everything -for the i Church.

, ,i Hymnals, Furniture.:*Mail orders
> pastor and members of promptly filled. 936 N.W. 3rd

. Zion Hose Missionary Baptist, Ave., Apt.. 1. FR 4-8904, Mialnl,
Church, cor. 69th st. and 17th Fla.
ave. have something special in

Cf store for you on Sunday, Aug. TRIUMPH CHURCH
'lb. 16 a musical program, will get
ftfO t rdi. under way at.3 o'clock p.m. Dea- Prince H. Mob ley, pastor

: con Wallace. Williams has arranged -. S.s. Si Daniels, reporter

; for the Gotham Singers to School cf Wisdom ................ 10:00
render special additions at this Evening service ........................ 8:00:
time Rev. E. W. Scott would like
.. The lesson for School of Wisdom -
---- for you to worship with Sunday will be "God's Stead-
Ml. CALVARY BAPTIS1 Sunday morning at 11 a.m. His fast Love." -
'tHE'tMIAMI'TIMES-*"The Peoples" Newspaper" message /will be on "The Unfold- _We are running 1 a reviva
Rev K M Thomas pastor of Time"
; PAGE"'10. SA rURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1959Matthew Phyllis Myers reporter I meeth four weeks.l. It has Everyone been going is invitedto on for

Sunday School......,................9:30: < 'Mt 'Moriah out and enjoy the meet-
r Morning! service .................... H:0: ( came
Notice to Church Temple AMEZ: Evening service ...............-....... 7:00: ( Celebrates Men's DayThe ing.Prince Mobley will be the

. speaker' for our night -service un-
" 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. XAVIER
ST. FRANCIS Fourth Annual Men's Day less he sees fit to call on another.
'Reporters Rev. Daniel..Pridgen, pastor
N.W. 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. will be observed at the New' speaker. .
Sunday School 9:45: a.;n. Phone FR 9-1424 Mt. Moriah Baptist Church of
In an effort to'make our; Morning Worship 11:05: a.m.
MASSES Liberty City, August 16. To be Honored at

i church page more suggest interestinZ'andnEjwsy that our: Evening Worship 7:30: pjn. Dally................................. 8 a.m
| may we The speaker will be C. S. Culver A
First Unitarian
; church reporters include more of Sunday; ........ 7 a.m. & 8:30. ajn a teacher at Mays Junior-

the coming activities in their re- GREATER' BETHEL A.M.E Senior School at 11 ajn. The Rev. and Mrs. Hugo Learning -
ports instead of what has taken BETHANY BAPTIST
Rev. S. A Cousin, pastor There will l be musical will be honored by members
A" meetingor
place already. coming' St. a pro-
. 3078 N.W. 45th of the First 'Unitarian Church,
Mrs. Jenette Folson
'' elected reporter 3 of
of at
program, 'names gram p.m., featuring some
Rev Rudy Keaton, pastorSis. Dixie Highway at SW 29th st., ata
delegates to conventions social, func-shut- Sunday School....................... 9:30: Marjorie: Shelby, reporter the outstanding musical groups in luncheon in the church special
in members, church ................ the city.
better Morning worship 11:00: School........... 9:3f: a.a. ball following the service
make Sunday
reading tions, all than certainly what has gone by. Evening worship .................... 7:00: Mornipg\ Service ...... ..... 11 *.11 The Rev. -Roscoe Jackson will Sunday, Aug. 16, Rev. Learning-

An exception to this would be BTU ................................ 5:30: p."' deliver the evening message at 7 formerly, served the church as assistant -
reporting the outcome of special MT. ZION A. M. E. Evening Service ............ 7:30: p.m minister. He is now min-
events i.e. 'Men's or Women's ervice. Thurs 7:30: p n pjm.The ister of the Unitarian Society of
22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. I men have outlined a wonderful Ft. Wayne, Ind .
Day, anniversaries, etc. Ope Locka We were happy to have in our program for, your enjoy Rev. Learning will: conduct
We sincerely solicit your cooperation Rev. C. J. Jenkins,. pastor presence Deacon Gibson fr0111'" Ali- ment. The public is cordially invited church service at 11 am. H i *

'inhelping make our.(paper Sunday School ................ 9:30: a.m quippa, Pa. and his son-in-law, I to worship with us throughout sermon topic will be: "Florida
a better one. :vlorning worship ............ 11 a.m Rev. Turner cf Miami. Deacon the day. Liberalism: Gift of 'the Semi-

Church EditorCONGREGATIONAL League ................................ 5 pan Gibson is a member of Bethel t Hev. A. L Shipp is the "pastor, noles.-r .
Evening worship ................ 7 pjn. Baptist, : Church of which the Rev --A __,_
L. K Keaton Sr., is pastor.! /I, "' --
Our will be graced with
Dr. H. C. McDowell, pastor
A. E. McNeal, reporter the Rev. S. A. Hicks of Savannah; OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOUSEE
Mrs Lois Hicks, reporter Ga., Sunday, Aug. 16. You are
choir is growing in umbers cordially invited to attend our
The ,
NOTE: Visitors are,always wel \ THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED'
and bringing added rever- services.
ence to an inspirational service. ome. Order'ot Service PSYCHIC READER "
Fellowship Directory, an BAPTISTRev.
addition The to the church bulletin, 'uniltt)' School ........................ 9-3:: ANTIOCH

contains the church officers. vlorning worship 11:00 E.. D. Richardson, pastor ,
JT L ..............................;......... 5:30 Minnie T. Copeland reporter *
.ticuui3. \\OrlIllJ .................... 7:31 1 z 5V/k f"r
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY Sunday School......................, 9:30.: .
Morning worship 11:00:
r Mrs. Barbara Barrett, former ANTIOCH BAPTIST BTU ..?.. 5:30: \, : .

executive assistant for the Uni- It.-v. 0. W. Foster, pastorA. Evening worship ........... 7:00: s I
Conference in : -
versity Religious .
L. Jolmaou, reporter
Los Angeles, and a professional Vacation' Bible'School will clote! I II
discussion leader, will lead the. Sunday School .?.., 9:45: Au;. 15. The principal, SisterGussfe I
discussion: at the Baha'i Center Morning Service UW: Richardson, is asking the
Sunday, Aug; 16. The subject BTU' .................................. .. 15:30: parents and also ,the members to ..J
will be A "Joyous Attitude Towards Evening, worship, .... .L..I. 7X:( come oat to the commencement
Life. We wffer a pray .forNour sick exercises 'beginning at 7:30: pm.. '
and shutlns. e hope for them a at the church. }!
Tea will be served at 6 p-m. speedy recovery. Sunday night August 16 the
and the discussion will basin at wilt held
PcN( Rally be at the
7. Everyone is invited to partici church. Let Us make'this a great 'i.
pate.' BAPTIST night. Leaders of pew rally, arc
Let my year of i x]>erlence' guide and protect you through ;
rtev. J. L. Johnson held at the church. Let us make
.ST LUKE BAPTIST'Rev. Sunday Services pastor this a !great night. Leaders of pew Life M a LiRhthotiA.* guMe th. shut In a''' star ,, I

.' P. W. Williams, pastor uiiuay ScnooJ ...... 0:30: tjuvioining rally Pierce.are' Mrs Hall and Mrs.-J WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME ,
Sis. Susie K. Whitehead, reporter : Worship 1,,::00 ajnfTU ?
.. .... 53o; For your enjoyment the Saturday For Sweets rri Business And LoveCONSULT :
Sunday School....................... 9:30: evening Worship .; 7:30: pjn night Gospel Hour, under the I
'Morning service ...........?..-... 11:00: Visitors always welcome p.m I! leadership of" Bro. Reddick, will HER I
BTU ..............-............N.N.NIL1111 8:30: ( 323 N.W. 14th ,St. I continue Let us come out and 0 You can now have your home made happy
Evening worship .................... 7:00'l'here : listen! to the singing groups he Get and Hold the position you so long wanted i I"
brings to us. The public is invited. ..
will be a Green Leaf Tea Church of Transfiguration v Shutins are Bro. Rev 0 Don't Stay in the rut get out now .
sponsored by the Home Mission (Episcopal) Smith. Barnes By the help of God she can help you r : ' I Ift..mover'evil"influence,1
and Young Matrons of 'St. Luke 2571 "
N.W. 152nd Terr.
'Baptist Church, Sunday, August \ -if are tick worried in l
Ven John E. Culmer GREATER NEW BETHEL, you or
23, 4 to 6 pjn. at' 2033 NW 59th priest fn charge I ."trouble 11 11I !
st. Admission one dollar.EW'BETHEL Rev w. K. Smith 't)
Stanley Services Sweeting, reporter Mrs. R. ponley, ,Clerk pastor I J It wllhfMiy.. you tn'tftll'AiKl IM'<* "this' Olfte l Mr
every Sunday *\ ? thnuMimls mint yearly for help i ml advice. )'oo ton 'I'-NM
BAPTIST Morning worship .......:......+;... 9:30: Morning worship ............,.. HOQ: <) . sterhm' .*
t 'touched bjrttil trance n ) |tmv r
1571 "NW. 68th Terrace :Sunday: School .....?........ 10:30: Sunday School..................?... 9:30:

Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor BTU ..................................;......... 53q: *WHY ,GO THROUGH LIFE 'UNHAPPY
Zion Hope M. Baptist Evening worship .NNN.N........... 7Oq J 1 +-Tbe'.ne. God ,Mho deliverer 1'1.Anel the rhlldrrn nf Nrm-1",
On last Sunday evening, the ...
of old la till alive todajrand will oM'n n way for inn thrnnith
tea given by the Missionary 1710 N.W. 69th St. and 17th Ave. i
the trouble>eeaa of life.. Let, not him that In blind lead ,
Board was a great success. The ,Rev. C. W. Scott; pastor Beautiful Homo on i jrvu'nryrm
board wish to thank all who took Sunday School -0:30: Your LotComplete fctnfoble -with 'htm.'

a part 'with them in making. the Morning Service .11:00 Do, you doubt .the ' of things because you cannot seep

affair a S OCess. BTU 6:00 7ftv tlnu .L H- _. L' t 'tbem' .

There will be a sale at the EvenIng Service 7:00 'HVhat do yon ':'think of. the invisible wave and sound that.

home of Sis. Daisy Ferguson, Prayer Meeting 8:00 5 y .I i.I make"Wti'eless ;Telfphone'Radio ,and Television possible -
2105 NW 68th Ten (Tuesday night .
on Saturday )
A44 fceed"before" II uproutv'lles concealed secret' silent In the +
night Aug. 15. There, will also ., ;
ot III Nature. THERE IS AN
r dark earth or- womb "UNSEEN
be pies on sale on Saturday ev- .
ening at the same address. POWER"
H. C. Samuel pastor building '
"NloeI .
On Saturday night, Aug. 16, Therefore, acqualnLyour- M
the men of New Bethel will make Mrs.Rev.Evelyn H. C. Samuels.Granger, pastOr reporter PLANNING self with the 'one who is en f' ;

'v their kick off for'' the men day Mrs. Evelyn Granger,, reporter I BUILDING authority. Whose private ry t r
(with a' rally. Come
,.',, out fcrctjram and help Jhe pew brother of Morning service .........* 11:00: I FINANCINGYour consultation will evolve you ; b
your -
.. Morning service 11:00: higher state of mind. -
choice to make his to a ,
goal. Evening Service .......... "1:00: New Horn _

FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST Morning: ,worship ..... 11:00: REPAIRING All Information is l._

Rev. C. ,J. Burney, pastor RENOVATING
)Mart Alford, reporter '14 th Ave. and 69th Street
Office Hours 0 a.m.-8 p.m.
Sunday School......?............... 9:30: Sunday School..........., 9:30 am Over Twenty Year of Sunday| 10 a.m. 1
Morning worsrhlp ................ 11:00: Morning Service ............ 11:00 a.m. Construction Exporlonco tq p.m.
Eveningworship .................... 7:00: Westminster Fellowship 6:00: pjn Guaranteed Satocfaetlon Don't Write-Call in Person ,
BTU.N......-..-......-.._........... 5:30: Evening Service 8 pjn
3078 N.W. 45th St.Rev. Heights mCJV ID(3( ,
Rudy Keaton, pastor Rev. L. R. Ross. Pastor MADAM HUNTER
Marjorie Shelby] reporter Jean E. Scott, reporter NE 5-6171

Sunday 'School ...-.-............... 9:30 Sunday School....................... 93:0: 1121 N.W... 29th Street 1657 N.w. 73rd St, Miami
Morning worship .......-......-... 11:00: Morning ................... 11:00 Miami
BTU ,..........-......... ......_.......... 5:30 I I I BTU .......service....................... 5:30
Evening worship ,.................. 7:00 I I Evening service ..........-......_.. 7:00


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rrtoMlNENT BIMINI THE MIAMI TIMES-."The Peoples' New-paper"

ttcolDENTSlops SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1959 PAGE 11

turning the prominent res-
& lutu: oi jaiuuiu L> fuuiouri !' eveue I
District Attorney my attorneys
mown, exalted: riuer ol tae BISHOP NICHOLS
withdrew their attack on I
BY ELLIOTT J. PIEZE no*) .ouge uuuiing bur J..Ii. MAKES of Indictment. -
tots auu one ol toe .eacuiig DUSIoi -
-- l1,,eaunen: : the island STATEMENT ON However( while I was awaiting '

BIMINI I" GATEWAY TO THE was, held Monday night at ,the vibMUKo& fROM MIAMI to appear at this hearing,
BAHAMASJust jodge hall. The contest was won INDICTMENTAbout !Austin Norris representing cer-
by Miss _Barbara Brennen, ,16* Unollg outer persons rom Miami tain members of the church objected
40 .miles northeast of MIami year-old daughter of Mr. and Mre. wao visueu rmmru Qn this a year ago I was indictedon to my being permitted to
out in the mighty Atlantic, Hpward Brennen of Engleston, occasion were Canton jsinley, the basis of charges brought have a hearing at which I couldbe
lies the island of Bimini, Baha.. Nassau, Bahamas. Miss Brennan, juuuiey Fincier, MISS Dorotny against me by certain members (present tcf confront my accusers
mas, -. the gateway to the,well ,Who ie a senior at St. John's High crown: Miss I'risciiia: J-ewis, sera of the church represented by Austin ,' and showing completelack
known Bahama Islands. It was; School, will compete In the national ,ume Mums, wane W uuam.s, Norris This 'whole proceduretook of confidence In the charges
my 'pleasure to visit Bimini last ; oratorical contest, which .t..l1Ieene Francis, William Cnap- place in my absence and I that he has brought told the District
week during my vacation, and will, be held during the national mdU, ivirs>, AisdUa Knowies, Mrs. was not even afforded the right Attorney that he would not
I'm happy to report that I was convention whch meets In Atlant- ,yDU, Kamos, Mrs. :Marion :Sanas: guaranteed to every American agree to my receiving the kindof
very much impressed with whatI tic City, N. J. beginning August Miss. loris miey, Miss rederic&a! citizens,.by the laws of our country hearini\ to which I am entitled
found and saw in Bimini. A 22. anuth ana several OUIets..tIffiong I and state to a hearing in my under the law. The District Attorney
truly tropical island at the east- presence where I could' face my
Bimini had no other course but
Business sessions residents whom
of the
ernedge of the blue Gulf Stream, convention accusers and refute the charges
affords continued on Tuesday, i aaa met before and met againon to cancel my hearing
Bimini excellent accomp- against
Ute me. My attorneys have ,now brought
.. climaxing with the election of occasion were Missesijouise
dations in hotels, fishing, swim- officers. All of the Incumbent of* Hoiiins, Amy Saunders, My attorneys immediately took a special action In the court of
mn l1. .nlght,,clubs and all around, fivers were reeected) to tnelr re* amuey baunders and EimettaKolle. legal steps to have these illegal Common Pleas of Philadelphia
fun .and relaxation. spectlve position indictments set aside. After the Attacking the entire Illegal pro-

BAHAMAS. ELKS CONVENTION UKay Bimini court heard argument, District cedures that have been used
your fine hospitality -
MEETS The grand convention hallvrlch will long be remembered Attorney Victor H. Blanc agreedto against me, The .court has granted
/ was* held last Tuesday keep up the good !work. give me a new hearing at me a hearing for Sept. 18, and I
My visit was in connectionwith nIght at,the popular Village Tavern . which I could /toe present and as I have posted my bond to appear. I
the third annual convention' Night Club, brought the convention AN EVENING OF a result of this action by the D. Ward Nichols '
of the Bahamas Association :of to a close. DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT

Elks?which, was held there Sun- FAMOUS BIMINIHOSPITALITY AUGUST 21 1 i .
day through Tuesday of last ,week : PREVAILEDThat An of
spectacular dramatic

with Guiding Star Lodge No.
1374 and Guiding Star Temple famous Bahamian hospitality entertainment will be en.
Joyed by all who attend the
No. 108 both of Bimini, servingas fcr which Bimini: is espec- ontatlon pre. !i N N
three sensational ,
hosts to the convention, I, ially noted, prevailed excellently ; V I -
along ''with Florida State Elks' during my entire stay. It gave,mea one act plays on next Friday'
night, Aug. 21 at 8 o'clock at St.
President W. O. Perry St., and special thrill to meet so many 1 w &
Agnes Parish Hall, 1740 NW 3rd
fine people !who listen regularly
Grand Organizer Zeke Brady} 1. 1
to my morning and afternoon court. The plays, which are .bo
were visiting Elks to the convention -
ing presented by the Miami Sum.
newscasts station WMBM.
,, Mrs. Vera Wilson; Mrs. Eliza over
mer Players, are under the dl.
My voice Is well familiar to the
Bullard and Mrs. Lot e Johnsonwere
recton of the talented Raymond
people ct Bimini, as wel as mostof
visiting Daughter Elks, to the other !islands of the Bahamas D. Aranha, a member of the fa.
the convention of the DaughterElks. moue FAMU Players The pplays
Mrs. Buena ,Kelly ,Berry, are "Get That Thunderbird
grand daughter secretary, also attended -I I should have told you that Bi- comedy by Aranha, "The Sec.
the convention. mini has two popular sections ond World," a tragedy ,alto by
one known as Alice Town and Aranha, and "Gangsters Over ,
The Bahamas Association of Harlem," melodrama ,Ran
the other Bailey Town. Both are by
Elks, is composed of seven lodges well populated. ,dolph Edmonds of FAMU.
three In Nassau, three In An- ;' I5T27 N.W. 17th AVENUE MIAMI,FLORIDA e Phonwj OX 1-0111, OX I-4J4I
dros Island and one in Bimini. To mention just .a few of the Each of the three plays will be
Each of these }lodges. also ,has a many fine people whom I met done by tilented casts of characters Oscar and Athtlie Rail,.,Owners Otter lUnjre, Livened BmbalMer.Funeral Dtnctof
live-wire temple: of Daughter and who were so kind to me who have been well s
Elks. ,It Is headed by the well during my stay I can begin with trained for their respective roles. I
,known, Dr. Jackson L. Burnslde Andrew Sherman and Maxwell The plays are the type that will
Nassau, who is the president of Thompson, both of Alice Town; Keep you on edge from beginningto
the Association. It is under the Felix Ellis, Basil Rolle; Gordon end. You'll laugh ,at the com I 1 1
jurisdiction oi the Improved Benevolent Dean and Carlton Dean all of edy, be shocked at the tragedyand ,.
and ,Protective Order of Bailey Town. Then there's Carl amazed at the melodrama If ,
Elks of the World, of which Rob Folley, an expert bone fishermanof you like dramatics, you'll love I.
ert H.,Johnson of Philadelphia is Alice Town; Mrs. Pearl La- these plays. Be sure to see them
the Grand Exalted Ruler. Mrs. varity and her young daughters: -Don t forget the date, time and
Mildred,Moxey A of Nassau is president Annett, Olivia and Franchela, place It's next Friday night,
of the Bahamas Association Mrs. Louise McDonald and Misses Aug. 21, at St. Agnes Parish Hall,
of Daughter Elks. Florence, Rolle, Shelia Davis, 1740 NW 3rd court..,
Caren Saunders Carolyn and Patricia
The convention proved .to be a McDonald, Rosalyn Sherman COMMUNITY AWAITSSTUDENTS'
shining success and went a long and Theora Rolle, all of FAREWELL BALL

way toward, building Elikdom to Bailey Town.In ....The entire community of Miami -
greater, heights in all, of the Ba- and vicinity is anxiously
these there
'" addition to /were
haxmas.! v also Misses Frances Robbins awaiting the coming of) annual
andDiane Students' Farewell Ball, /which
A v ry large delegation of Elks Louise Saunders, Dianthia LESTER C. ALBERT Funeral Director
Robbins .... twin sisters, will be held on Friday evening,
and Daughter Elks came from Sept. 4 at 10 o'clock at the beautiful 6942 NW 15th OX 1-7661
Rowena Rolle, and many, many
Nassau to attend the convention. Harlem Square Ballroom.
Another large delegation came others too numerous to mention In ,keeping with long established :t ...I\* ,::':$ :; : !:' :: :: n
from l land here and new. but I'll you
Androa.. to represent traditions, the Ball will be a
albout them later. -
lodges In that arei. In additionto timely and fitting jend-off to all ,
the Elks and ,Daughter Elks, a Mrs. Mabel Bostlc, vice preel- of the students from Miami and Stops, Selling i .
goodly number of other personi dent of the Association of vicinity who will be leaving for \"lhen" Someone:; .$tops Selling Someone Stops
from Miami. Fort Lauderdale, Daughter Elks, was elected queen college during the months of Sep- N11a)4ngWhenpme9ne*
Nassau, ,and, ,other points In the of the Daughter Elks of the Bahamas tember or October. J J
Bahamas visited on this occasion. ,:?tops Making, Someone Stops
Invitations for the FarewellBall
The convention opened last Among other well known Bike -are being mailed beginning .V,{'4trlcingj J .

Sunday morning with M ,religious whb alto attended the convention today. And as usual, anyone who ,y1 i enSpme nePtops Working. Someone Stops
service' at Zion Baptist Church of were the Honorable Clarence has not received his invitation ,by ,Farming) ;J
which the Rev. J. R. Smith J.! the Bain, member of the House of Auig. 22 is asked to call In per
patter. Business cessions began Assembly of Nassau; Charles son or phone the downtown of- Vhert ;5ymeQnettops Advertising, Someone Stops
Monday morning with the Elks, Fisher a trustee |In the Association vce of the Miami Times at 1112 .13J17nr.
meeting at the United Burial So ; Ivan Wallace, the district NW 3rd .ave.. FR 3-2238, wherehe
clety Hall and the Daughter Elks deputy; J. Klngsley Wilson, another will receive invitations for F.OR: ,PEST RESULTS ADVERTISE IN
meeting at the home of the host trustee; John Bonlml, all of himself and friends. Table reser-
Guiding! Star )Lodge. The convention. , Nassau, and many more, Whose vations may also be. made at the
.: parade... w.... held MondayTa.fjterA&on names will be lilted later. same office.

.. .<..nd ..captured. ,the.,.community's . The affair is being sponsoredby
spotlight.The Join The NAACP the Boolker T. Washington df
annual oratorical contest High School Alumni Association,
-- and all proceeds will go to its annual -
gchclaship fund. FR 3.2236 OX t.< Don't forget the date, time and
.:RUp.TURED 1. place it'ii Friday evening Sep-
; tember 4 at the Harlem Square --

You can be FREE from TRUSS SLAVERY. New Non'Surglcall Ballroom Farewell Ball.- the annual Students GET _ALL'THE .LATEST TUNES AT .

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** THE MIAMI TIMES=uThe Peoples' 'Newspaper survived by his wife Mary; sev, in repose,'ai' the chapel and will
"'if f en' children, a mother of Binning. be sent on Friday night to Valdosta -

PAGE 12 SATURDAY AUGUST 15/ 1959 DEATHS ham Ala., three sisters and one Ga, where final rites will
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.: t. brother' Funeral arrangementsare be conducted. On Sunday. .
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incomplete. .. '-"
's L Wallace Wl1Uof '2229'NW
+ *i
Matthew Temple Expression of ThanksWe I f Heridie Everett Dennis died ofa Miss Marion Louise Edwards 60th st,..dieq l it t ,Jacks+W' !tulemo-
,heart attack on Friday, July who lived." with a cousin, Mrs. rial Hosp l on Aug,). He. is
II' AME' Zion to Lay the family of. the late, 31,' Funeral services were held on Louise Morrison of 3535 NW survived.'''b1 his widow,' Willie
OIBCHRO ANDREWSwho AUJi. 3 at 1 o'clook at the Richardson 213th St., Opa Looka and who(was Lee, seven ,children, and' other
Corner StoneREV.
died July 22, 1959, wish to : Mortuary with the .Rev. the victim, of drowning when relatives. FUrferal services are Incomplete -
; thank our many friends for flow- Thedford Johnson officiating. the car in which she was riding .y. -" .
} ,. t ,Tn' ers, cards, telegrams and dona- Interment was held In Evergreen plunged into: a canal near Immo- E.. .. L ICatherine
t / tions. Many thanks ,to the 15th Memorial Cemetery. kalee early Sunday ''morning, '
; Street neighbors, Morning Stars, Rest eternal'' grant unto him, 0 Aug.. 9 will be sent to Dawson, :M. Cox, 8-month-old
Chap. 22, OES and the Range' Lord, and may light perpetual Ga. for final rites, Aug. 14,' 10 daughter cf Mrs. ,Norma Jean
Funeral Home for its most efficient shine upon him.Richardson. pan She will lie in reposeIn the Cox .of'6600 NW 20th $t., died in
y service. May God bless I each chapel from 5 pjm. Thursday until Jackson Hospital on Aug. 8.
I } ; .,.' Chapel services were conductedon
you. 8 pjm. Friday. Survivors area
.' ; Mrs. Hester Farlow, daughterMrs mother and sister. Wednesday, burial followed') in
,.. i. Judie Andrews, wife James Louis Herring 220 NW Lincoln Cemetery.
Mrs. Aretha Dent daughter In Jackson Memo-
llth st., died Range
. .
} rial Hospital on Aug. 10. Funeral Stillborn daughter of Mrs. Eliza
;fad CARD OF THANKSThe services conducted from chapelon Arthur Wright of 3343 NW Davis on.August 8; graveside services -
Aug./ 14 at 2 pan Burial in 51st''' street died at the, residenceof at Lincoln Cemetery Aug. 11.

family of the late, 'Evergreen Cemetery.I his daughter, Mrs. Marlon
4 MR. WILLIAM HENRY CASH Reddick of 2010 NW 83rd St., ajpt. Stillborn daughter of Mr. and

,, wishes to take this opportunity House of Albert . . 8 on Saturday, Aug. 8. In addition Mrs. Thomas' Htatwell of 1410 NW
i to express sincere thanks and appreciation to Mrs. Reddick he is survived 5th ave. on .Aug. 11. -Graveside
to the many friends Funeral services for Elijah by Mesdames services in Lincoln Memetery. on -
who remembered them with cards, Strachan of 2333 NW 64th fit., Wright, Lucille Carroll and Lillie : Aug: 13. '
flowers, telegrams and other who died In Jackson Hospital D. Moore; a son, Ralph and other j
kindnesses during their bereave- 'Aug. 4 were held Monday, Aug. relatives. Services will be con-
ment. 10 at 11 am. at the Church of ducted on Aug. 15 at 1 p.m. at '
Special thanks to the Francis the Incarnation, Fr. Elisha Clark the First Baptist Church of I i
Funeral Home and the pastor and officiating.He Brownsville with Rev. E. Brown Are you a wallflower

-",,,-,._._.' "".,..-........... members of the Miami Temple is survived by his wife, officiating. Burial will be held in Would you like to learn tt dance
EMORY JACKSON Church of God in Christ for the Martha, two sisters, Mrs. Augusta Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. i l la' a private studio? '
very fine service rendered. Mortimer and Mrs. Beatrice
Sunday, August 16 at 3 p.m. The Cash Family Thurston; four brothers, George Mrs. Ada Williams of 330 NE VISIT -
70th st. died in Jackson Don Strachan's Dance Studio
services for the laying of the Seymour, Albert, John and Henry Hospitalon
cornerstone will be held at Mat- CARD OF THANKSThe Strachan. Interment in Lincoln Aug.Mrs.10. She Idella is survived by'sister a 7168 N.W. 16th Ave.. PL 78766'
Stephens and
thew Temple AME Zion Church. Memorial' Cemetery.
The Rev. Emory L. Jason act- family 01 the lte. other relatives. She is now lying I
Ing pastor of Mt. Zion Baptist THOMAS GRAHAM The body of Willie Harmon of
Church, will be the principal wish to thank the many :friends 1458 NW 3rd ave., apt. 10 )Who
speaker for the occasion. He will and neighbors for their kindnesses died suddenly at home Aug. .3,
be accompanied/ the No.2'' and sympathy shown during its was sent "to Americus, Ga., Aug. '' YOU ASKED FOR IT!
choir and ushers of Mt. Zion. recent bereavement. Your cards, 6 where funeral services were '
A wonderful program has been letters, telegrams and flowers, also 'held. Survivors, are a wife, a So here it .it-A full ONE YEAR

prepared for the services. The the use of cars were appreciated. Brother of Americus and' other AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE .
public is invited. Sb'ecial' thanks to Rev. J. D. relatives. .'s& I .
Rev. Daniel Pridgen, pastor' Washington congregation of St. Policy f most people with, only
Paul AME Church, the Range Kelton 'Scott of 2721 NW 44th .
Greater Bethel Funeral Home for its'efficient st. died at home August 11. He Is $15 DOWN PAYMENT
services; the Lily White Pallbearers .
Celebrate Home- May God bless each and SERVICE, FIRST INS. AGENCY
of ,
everyone you.
Coming Day The Graham Family CARD 645 NW. 36th. St. 27th Ave Farmers' Market

:'Are' you among those good Jt' is with heartfelt appreciation PL 9-5284 NA. 4.1811Going
members of Greater Bethel AME': In AppreciationThe that the family of the late,
Church who have fallen by the JOHN THURSTON
Wayside? Have you been planning family of the late, who died July 29, wish to thank
J toj come by and drop in to see all ROBY G. GEORGE' the many friends for flowers,
of the new changes? Are you wish to to 'express our most sin- cards, telegrams, donations and
among the pillars of the church cere appreciation and gratitude use of their cars..Thanks to the
abd are now too feeble to get to to our many friends :for their Richardson Funeral Home, relatives To Nassau?
i church every Sunday? Or, are kindness during the long illness neighbors, and friends .of
ybu among the thousands of, and passing of our, loved one Homestead and Miami.
friends of Bethel? Well, If you Thanks for the many cards, telegrams ,, ,Especially do we thank Mr. and .' .
aie in any of these classes, the floral 'pieces, donations and Mrs. James Monroe who were.. so STOP ,AT THE FINESTMarietta's
faithful members ,of Greater other acts of kindness. kind during our sad hour of be-
Bethel have ,planned a big day Your) thoughtfulness sustainedand reavement. May God bless all of
j Just for you and are extending a comforted us during this you. 'Remember we all love him I
hearty welcome home on Home period., of bereavement. bu God loves him -best Guest House
coming Day to you on the 4th Pauline I, George and family 'Mrs. Virginia Norman,
Sunday of August to come and daughter ,
Join us. They want '.you to come IN MEMORIAMIn Florence Norman, grand *
irf (great numbers and If,'the daughter American and Native Dishes Served
church is notified those too sad but loving memory of Carnetta Turnquest and ,
feeble to (walk: will be sent for. our dear mother- and igrandmioth- Dianna Darrell, nieces Fine .Comfortable
HA11 of the clubs, boards, auxiliaries er, Cool Rooms
the Junior church and
Sunday School have been asked 1 J
to" make banners and sit in family of( the late, -r r ,
church in their respective groups. SUSIE B. ATKINSONwish > Rates:. $6.00 Double '.
All of the choirs have been asked to thank their many friends Occupancy; ,
to'' combine for this occasion and for cards, telegrams, florals and
fill_ the choir loft. This will be'a other expressions), of. sympathy ..
wonderful demonstration, A glorious during their bereavement.Dr. OPEN 24 HOu'RS. '
testimony and witness for Ben 'Hi Atkinson, Sr. .
Qbd's kingdom one that you Dr. and'Mrs. Ben H. "
cannot afford to miss. Not one Atkinson Jr. v :WRITE MARIETTA'S GUEST HOUSE I
,., t, sat .In Bethel Is expected, to be .. .,.p.' .
ecnpty because you, yes and you IN MEMORIAM " on Okra Hill, P.O. Box 5053
too will fill' them ,up.' W1"
rilNNBR FOR EVERYONE e-: In memory of our loving wife, .For Reservations

.. I Following the wonderful sermon y mother and sister, Aug 1,15,29, S3t :
service thatrll
and soul-saving \ ; ..
l be conducted an old fash1nned -
spread will be prepared in
the basement of the church and Wt '
everyone, guests, visitors and ;rs--- X '
members alike'will be fed from
tasty dishes donated by the k

members cjiurch.':: and friends of the p'_ $5,990 Cash Down

Many of the pioneer members
of the church twill be honored $1r5 ,
ahd thanked for their many 'MRS. MELROSE CAMBRIDGE: BUYS NEW 3-BEDROOM
years of faithful service to Great- who departed this life on Aug. 13, CBS HOMEPLUS
;youngsters will be boarding bus- 1953. '
I pastor has assured all that God 'May she test in peace and may A 4-UNIT FURNISHED APT. '
will !be there to meet them. light 'perpetual shine upon her. '
!Mrs. Louise Johnson, Dght. HOUSE IN TOP LOCATION
Mrs. Josephine McDonald, .

LOTS'' FOR SALE grand daughter .*. Close to N.W. 7th Ave. ,1' .
'\ Corner 160 x 120
: In Edison Center
sad but loving of Area \
... Build on your lot memory .
our dear mother and sister, *
who departed this life' at K e y
We take care of financing -.- ""-"'---'-'-'--'----"'- -' ., '
,West Aug. 9, 1941. 1$ OWNER-FR 3-3654 }
NO MONEY DOWN "What though in lonely grief we ZELLA TYNES
j. sigh I who departed this life August 14,

Cub paid for... your loU or For your dear one, no longer nigh 19 6. FOUND/WON INVESTMENT
Submissive still wewould' reply, Gon, but not forgotten. i
homeSEYMOUR God's will be done!I" Sleep on dear one.

Edna Kemp, sister Eugene Tynes, husband '
Mlzpah Adderly, sister Arthur Beneby, son .'f. ;
JE 8-1340 Vandelean Alfred and Phillip & Wilfred Brenen, . \

LJetnacd and 'Insured Builder Gtraldine.Alfred(Earl!: children Jr., John Drncilla Bam, Menett brothers ,::: 1208 Ainsley l Qld8'.ft' T i. :,

.,e ., :Freda Juanita and "rJuliette Brenen, sisters c.
--= -------
grandchildren Nassau, Bahamas I .. "-
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I'' THE MAMI TIMES-"The"Peoples' Newspaper"SATURDAY -
Browardbounty AUGUST, 15,, 1959 PAGE 13.1! 'I

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; News Personal Mention Vogue'Offers New.. -,(

1 Among 'Miami Iotas attending ,
Beauty Services M
ByWalter the 30th national convention of = e

the Iota Phi Lambda, sorority in 235.A7ttI.t..
Bow Washington, D. C. Au& .14-20 are Vogue beauty Fair at

-.- ..... -.- Winifred Cox, Dana ,Chapman, tirely 9th st. is now offering two,.li j.1
new beauty services
Lucretia Eve, Ann Smith, UnnieCarey. along -
Miss Martha Jean Craig, regular service. The ser
daughter of Mrs. Freddie Mae vices are Cold Straight and Hair
.f. .', Craig of Carver Ranches, returned Judge Henderson Weave.
president of
Repairs Repairs Repairs WANTED home Monday, morning by the local Longshoreman Union, COLD STRAIGHT Is so right

Electric stoves and hot water SETTLED WOMAN six Eastern Air Lines after spending was stricken in Ndw York City because it .Is so gentle. It Is a
room, board weeks in
with her balanced
also and had formula which leaves
toasters to
heaters 'repaired, small undergo emergency
salary in
exchange for aunt, Mrs. Gertrude
Coley. While hair conditioned' to
and other small appliances. surgery there. withstand
irons household duties.
FR 40231. en
Miss Craig visited moisture and twrsnlratJnn' ww.i tm
DRAKE'S Belle Island and also Fort Wayne Mrs. Hollers Thweatt Hamilton j I a compliment to-any-type of&bait;
7612 N.W. 22nd Avenue RELIABLE young lady to share Indiana, where several of her
Phone OX 1-9688 (, duplex apt. 5603 NW 15th ave. relatives live. and daughter of< Chicago are HAIR WEAVE is so right because .
,. S12 OX 1-4374. spending a week's vacation at the it is so natural woven
\ You are invited to a Silent Tea Sir John Hotel. Mrs. Hamilton's by hand so closely to the scalp
W need substitute mothersand on Sunday, 3:30 pin. at the home father was once ,principal of that the 'wearer never knows it's
cooks for positions of one of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Barr, Dunbar School.Teenage there and never loses it. The
FOR RENT and two weeks. Salaries. to $10 a 5028 SW 20th st, for the benefit wearer treats It as she would
day.Hostesses of the Missionary Society of Cen; Dances her very own (wet shampoo, etc.)
CHOICE VACANCY we will ,pay $2.00 tral Baptist Church, West Holly This is the quickest and surest
transportation on any live-in wood. There will be no talking. It Tomorrow nlfcht Saturday method of growing and thickening -
2-bedroom upstairs. Practically girl we place. Salary '$35 up. is sponsored by Mrs. E. J. Clark. Aug. 15 there will be a teenage the human hair. ,
new. Very desirable and close tot Come early morning with clothes. Mrs. H. Barr, president; Rev. E. dance at the Liberty Square (Mrs. '
>'vn. Free water and stove. 428NW Mrs. Mack J. Clark, pastor Center, 6306 NW 14th ave. The Opal King and her gtatf
15th st. Phone OX musJc is by a chosen orchestraand of five competent operators invite
RELIABLE EMPLOYMENT !Mrs. Eleanor V. Bowe and son, refreshments twill be avail your appointment at Vogw
SERVICE John, left last weekend for Titus- able. Admission is free and the Beauty Fair. Call FR 0-6610.

$17 PER WEEK, 2-bedroom 432 Espanola Way, Miami Beach ville, to visit relatives and friends. hours are between 8 and 11 pan.,

s-ove, refrigerator and water ...................-..............-...- dances..Teenagers should attend all dance will be held
free. Also furnished one-bedmoms On next Saturday the, at the Carver .
844 NW 70th,st. Phone NA 1-6953, TROUBLED LOVE Lemon SipA YMCA 5770 NW ISth ave.
I'll' help. Solution available Jf Lemon Sip to be given at I Register Today! Advertise It Pays!
SIX ROOM HOUSE. See insfde. Instructions followed. Strictly RJange Fun.ral.lLo. e, 5727 NW
Jjst painted. Located 1925, NW personal.' ; Inn ave., Sunday, Aug. 16 from
6th Ct. Phone, FR 4-4234. or NE ; 5 to 7 p.m. is being sponsored by \
Jndef WAM8TEKER the Miami Beauticians Unit No.
41087. ,
Dept. 15, Box 10 7. Mrs. Mildred Williams $Js the SOOTIN'S TV "
Florida .. Ottery, Cape, South Africa chairman, Mrs. G. W. Cunningham -
3-BEDROOMS room, beautiful, lawn- large, close to bus .............................--.-..- co-chairman, Mrs. M. C. For Reconditioned TV's From 419.95

line, call PL 11089.' Graves, program chairman: and For The Finest Service on All TV Makes & Models
Mrs. Sadie Doyley, chairman of
ROOM AT 141 NW '9th st. See decoration. Please be our guest Try us You'll Like ba
Miss Montgomery,. S12 FOR SALE for an afternoon of refreshing 321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3-1589
Mrs. Marion Muldrow is More than 25 years of reliable service
FURNISHED 3-bedroom house In J Brand NeW'3.Bedroom
l 'lT'NW 70th st. ----- ----
Liberty City. --- -
I Quiet, clean surrounding. ,Private I ident.GRAND
For information call NA 16654. Opening
FURNISHER- or unfurnishedrcoms. C HARDWOOD FLOORS Sale .A
1827 NW 74th terr. GARAGE .", Venith First Subdivision in Gould ''L' }
(Mr. Dan The Dixit Man)
FURNISHED Mouse. Call OX CITY WATER .. Size 15' x 124' t $1,595 ; .,
Radios Transistors $8.95
$3.95; ;;
1-5275 for information 9 75x110 CORNER pocket radios $1.75; TV's $28.00; $100 Down-$25 month v'

A NICE ROOM for a nice per- 2992 N.W. 49th St. Refrigerators $17; fans $1.00; You must hurry-only 3 left 'II I, a
stoves $2.95; irons 75c; toasters75c I "
son. In a quiet, clean surrounding. Only $3,000 Down : ; shoes' 28c; skirts 15c; dresses )'",
Located at 5710 NW 19th ave. 28c; handkerchiefs 9cr; men's '
Fcr more l information call NE Open Sunday 4 to 6 p.m. shoes $1.00; underwear 3 for $1.00; 3781 Grand Ave.. HI 42448.:, Ii i;

48495. wOrk shirts 30c; work pants 69c; N r
CAPPER (any sport coat $1.50; any suit in .. .
store $3.95)) Free souvenirs.
Const. .
64th St., OX 1-5343. Corp. "We fix Anything We Buy l

CBS 3-BEDROOM HOME. 1814 Anything" 57 Mercury Hardtop : . . . $1,295... (1

NW 73rd at. Reasonable rate. No RUMMAGE ANNEX Power steering, power brakes, push button, auto. :
children Phone agent FR 4-6728 Join The NAACP 1348 NW 3rd, Ave. matic transmission, radio and heater. ': t
4 to 6 any day.FURNISH _
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: 55Buick, Super 4-door . . . . $895:. :
ROOM. Twin beds,, ENROLL NOW IN '.
private entrance. 334 NW 11th st. j Power steering, Dynaflow, radio and heater. Like .

ing apt.only.5. Phone FR 1-4822. Even- SUNLIGHT. BEAUTY SCHOOLFor I new. 1 fl
-BEDROOM a Life Long Profession j MOTORS
] APT., lower, refrigerator )
-stove hot and cold
water, electric free, porch, $15.25 ( Florida's Oldest, Reliable and Complete' School 5560 N.W. 7th_, Ave. PL 7-0046
weak 2345 NW 56th st. I , ,) .
1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4-9998, ( I
1-BEDROOM HOUSE.;. 16.50 (week '
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with liht and water furnished. -, -- - - - - .
2260 NW 64th -st. Phone MU
15740. I



"- 9 ,a.m. ,to 9 p.m.-Sunday 10 to 3 ,1u I
LOT.> Size 50x140 In Carvet Ranches .

(West Hollywood.). 'A- nice CHARLIE HOLMES NO SERVICE CHARGE i'. t
key lot next to corner.' Cash or
terms If can't fix TV in home : :
If terms, small down payment we your your : .M
MU 5-132?. A29 MEN'S WEAR ., -. .

HOMES, northwest, $500 down. .. l' ,
Bunche Park 2 bedrooms, 2 NO MONEY DOWN '::14
oaths, 'unfurnished except stove 1070 N.: W.62nd Street 17-inch or 21-inch Table'Mode ",1 ,
and refrigerator, screened porch, i t I
big lot. hedge all around one, or Floor Model ; ,

mortgage, $65 .month.VAUEK Beautiful Sport Shirts ,........................... $3.95 to 4.98 '

Real AND Estate VAliEK All Color, Pattern Walking Shorts ........ ,....... 4.95 jfrJjQ .

1097 NW 119th St. All Year Round Slacks ..................... 7.95 and up
__ MU 5-1322 A15
like-new CBS
plex. Double corner lot. Carporte. MOHAIRS GABERDINES WORSTEDS y s f9 713 HOME .
Drive by 6100 NW 8th ave.. Call .AUTO .
PL 4-4484.or MO 7-1304. $69.50 ,$59.95 e

INCOME PROPERTY, by owner. Men's Caps on Special..,......... ...:.................... 99 ..

2 Near duplexes.Shell'Furnished.CBS 7-room Make house, Smart and Stylish white 'on, white Shirts 3.98 and up

offer 790 NW 55th Terr. MU

ville.CHOICE 40x110..CORNER LOT.Browns' .' ', Open 9 a.m.f to 7 p.m/ .Sunday 9 tll 1 p.m.' . American Phono TV Corp. . ;;

Call NE '-3137. A29 Holme* Merf Wear
. 1m' i. Pi :; pharlie-: 2406 N.W.; :: 62nd Street' :NE' 5-7225 + 'Y: ; ;
#war fj1t/YWage pear 1070 N.W::.. 2rid'Street''' Miami>r Fla.
Yawton: eve: TayMr 'It. U
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interested ask for - ---
call NE S- 7-46. "
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August Bedding Sale brings you this single or' 'F .tOur ..'
double sleeper' at thia low price. Your choice of ,
bright new fabrics in cheerful prints.
j Quality BEDDING $5.00 DELIVERS', i7OA ;.
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Twin or Full Size : ::
Included are floor samples, and man'I 47g5f t
ufacturers samples. Many one of a !1
kind Hotel Stripes, Imported Damasks I.9 51 A real space saver at .
and others. Because of the a sensational''' bar- ',
low, low price we cannot tell you the I -I gain price. Six piece
brand of this fine quality bed-
names --- set includes: 2 beds
ding. Come in and see for yourself. '
guard rail, ladder ;
each.i 1i'P :rand
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I (durable supported plastic coversin $ t.'. v l I4ii R tlon of I nyloff '

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table in fashionable black & white I
: plus a. decorator-styled table lamp .. Save $10 -
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MIAMI/ Peopleat.Newspaper
Rev. George E. Johnson, pastor The celebration .
Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter anniversary of the 27th Baptist Church r SATURDAY AUGUST 15 .
Sunday :School: ................... 9 sun Sunday afternoon the No. 1 choir :1959 PAGE15NORTH
Morning worship ...........-.......... no: success. Miss L. Rose was quite a Established ,
was mistress

Vm.ntf People's Meeting 5
inspiring of ceremony for the very DADE HIGH" GETS it's a terminal program for those.. (
program. Thanks to all DCT who will not continue their
MTy CALVARY BAPTISTRev. the choirs and individuals that PROGRAM education *
after graduation; secondly'
E. M. Thomas, pastor Students Parents it's an exploratory medium for*
:-Phyllis. Myers, The assisting students In
reporter men are tyolng all-out to I determining*
mine Jubilant Over New the field of wortc/ for which
... ...... Men's Day, August 23, another : theyare
Sunday School ............. 9:30: best fitted and
Morning 'M>r hip ,....,..10.......... ,11:00: This Red Letter Day in Temple Opportunities Offered, serves toward thirdly'It the.
BTU ....................i::....................... 5:30: Saturday the women are r :: Jr drop-out rate of decreasing those
Evening jvorship ..................m 7.-00: giv'ng their the men goal by a big serving push dinner toward "Now It can be told," said\ students who. need to earn deserving while''*
on the church Principal Charles D. Wyche in a they learn. It was emphasbeclth.f'"
MT HERMON A. M. ground from news release to the Miami
E. Times
hljh noon until? The menu will the program is by no means -a
this 'week, "we are happy to announce source of spending thlS"
Opa Locka !include a variety of Just what money )
Rev. Samuel Oay, pastor you like! Delivery If you wish school has that succeeded North Dade In complet-High I .s ing purely received.Incidental to the,trtiqm.

Publicity Committee .The No. 1 choir will present In, lans for its program in Dl- "DOT .
adds .
Morning worship ........,......... 11:00: Leroy Thompson In an organ recital versIfIed'' Cooperative Training the ever another elective to
Sunday School ..,,,..*...".......... fl30: Monday evening, Aug. 31 which ,begins this term. All students North Dade expanding in its effort curriculum of
EVerting Worship ...............N... 7:00fleV. : Mr. Thompson is a senior at who haye not registered already all of the students and the to cred reach.*'
Benedict! for the should
Jay and family returned skillfully: College The Pulpit}and Aid plays Board very contact Coordinator program Daniel R. trance.its may." be used for coUege>- en-.

from Jackson >Friday, Aug. .14 gives a picnic at Perrine that day Francis at the school. He will:

where'they. attended the State from 10 antNEW.HOPE head the program." ....
Tri Meet. I
Ushers Nb. 2 arid Stewardess t.1eI-I The Times learned that both

No.1 will sponsor a trip to Virginia BAPTIST ,. students and parents are happy J. A. BURROWS,
Beach Saturday, Aug. 15 over the many opportunities that
The public Is Invited. Rev: Jnm" E nY'nwn oa-tM I REV. FREDDIE L. JOHNSONThe DCT offers to the student school TRANSFER
Members pray for. the sick and Bro. Vandell Bovan reporter I and the community.DOT ,

church shutins and, please attend. *5nndav School.._................... 930: ; dedication services of St is an on-tne-jc.b training For quick, dependable
Sunday i Morning! worship ...-........... 11:00: Mark Primitive Baptist Church program, which allows the schoolto Service! ,
Evening worship' .................... 7:00: will be held Sunday, Aug. 16 at stretch Its plant out into the Phone .
BTU ........................................... 5:30: be 2:30: the pjn. Miss Louisa Griffin will community and make use of the OX 1-9163
mistress of ceremonies' and various businesses and their
T>?t UCI s bear In mind that our Rev. P. D. Brantley will be thfi equipment as training agencies 1742.N.W.. 67th St,
WomAn Day celebration will be guest speaker. The church is located for its students. The students
I"r ..,h vert on the fourth Sunday at 5154 NW 23rd ave. tr earn at the same time that'they Specializing in furniture*

,, 'n November and the chairman, Brownsville. are being trained and also receive movlnAdvertise .
SIster' Anne L. Stephen co- school credits for their
f.'aV 'ha}: 'rmsn! PMer'!: Ruth Scott and Under the leadership of a newly many accomplishments.The .
Rev. Freddie
o' .
e-e"elarv. Sister Annie Lee Bass, L. Johnson program serves a threefold -
who ordained
.;Ir;. // have 1'on' with already some begun of the women during the Sunday iwas School convention purpose to the student: First ft Pays!

making by Rev. P. D. Brantley,
preparation fort thit day.
But the president of the Primitive

ind hv F are mo"ft going of every to need member the help of Baptist National Convention of DO YOU WANT TO KEEP PHYSICALLY FIT ?
the USA., and pastor of Greater
our sanctuary to make this day Israel Bethel Primitive DO
successful So .
we are appealing Church of Miami.
to every member particularly Then, take advantage of these,.
the rvomen of the church Rev. F. L. Johnson has servedas
to c'me out to the women's day assistant to Rev. P. D. Brant
meeting. as often as time will ley. Since that .time, he has organized
ermft you to and do what you a church of his own with .
.'-'n to hpto make this Women's 15 members He hopes to be JOIN THE MECHANICAL
Day asuccess. blessed by receiving many more
members to carry cn the Lord's '
work. GYM CLUB.,

Do Yourself A Big Favor I
The Rev. Daniel .- I 100 Charter Members ,Wnnted-50 Men I and
t"r of Matthew Temple AME pas- REGISTER TO VOTE Register Today! 50 Ladies

Zion Church and congregation are .
laying a corner stone at the $6.OO Per Month
church located at 1628 NW 5th

ave.SPIRITUAL, Sunday, Auj.MISSIONARY 16 at 3 p.m. DRIVER'S LICENSE Also join theMASSAGE

Rev. Ernest Hlitcheson Jr., pastor i
We entitles you to one massage a week
are very pleased that Sis-
ter Elcena Gordon has now returned $15.OO per month
to her home In
Perrine, '
after a very seri6us illness She MAGIC CITY DRIVING SCHOOL Hours 10 a.m. to 10 pnvH

was confined to Jackson Memo-
rial Hospital. We hope for her a FR .4-7756

speedy recovery and full recov- 1453 N.W 6th Avenue
ery.Sunday Eft I.TH REDUCING ;
morning our Sunday
School children will 'be given a
treat: '
The pastor will speak Sunday 601 N.W. 2nd Ave.-Miami
morning from I Samuel 3-10, I
"The Call cf Samuel" and Sun- PIANO SICK? For further information call FR 1.2771
day night. Rev. 2:10: "Faithful p
Unto "
The Junior choir will be sIng- SEE WM PINDER, Sr. I I 1
ing Sunday morning.

1R35 N.W 54th Street .\

Fr E. S,' Clarke Jr.. Vltar 1935 N.W. 153rd St.


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THE MIAMI.. TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"
: i PAGE 16 SATURDAY jf> AUGUt:;18;1fs. -

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Elks Among the guest were Mrs. toUtft. ,
Daughter and,Gracie Ann Sidney, Mr** '
Enjoy Picnic, Llotna'Green MaeTUck O.iUf; ,' T.",
Cunningham, and ,many othsryi
The golden' sunshine, blue : The Daughters were given,.a),- '
breathed greater: Incentive to work for a. "..
cj f ? < 'i Fa 1p skies and balmy breeze : ? t:
a benediction 'on the goodwill; stronger Ten $e. Dt Bulej:MuW: {
picnic at Virginia Beach Monday, Brow eTcpressed her' appreciation"''k."r:"- .
the for the wonderful; cooperation '*
August 10 sponsored by
Daughters of Greater Miami given her by all You,can'only'be I"v',:"t'
great through yqur, memb lL .t' <\ \
Temple No. 769 According to re- .
ports frcm the Daughters and Til pext tune, remember whenthere's
4 Mi their guests, the :picnic was unity theres| strength.' '>: ,1'Master
everything the word implied.
;:! Good companionship, good food Singers at'' '
and good' fun, the program activities r":',
were eating, swimming Nursing Jipme ,
H fishing, wading and eating again. The Miami Master Singers and ".*. .
4 "' 2 i f n The menu consisted of fried other choirs are,'"sponsoring a pro- :
,. chicken, potato salad, pigeon peas gram at the Lincoln Memorial
t and rice, collard greens,' ,corn Nursing Home of Goulds Sunday,
,, muffins, baked' beans, barbe-cue Aug. 16, 3 p-im. The public Is invited -
t d ''{ 2'v : 9 ribs, pickles, olives, tossed salad, to come and help make it
ritz crackers, rolls, sweet potato a success.
Award Time for Champs mark. Don't Fret ,- Fight I pie, cake and an assortment of
ed the successful conclusion' of soft drinks The daughters fur'
.the National Junior Tennis Tour nlshed transportation to the all
iOth'HOMES nament of the American Tennis Join, The NAACP day outing. Advertise It Pays!

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the youngsters In! 14 ATA divisions.tourney ever Shown vied to compete here for from titles In ;'!:= Fair Realty is Easy to Buy. From

'left are Judith Prince and Imo-
gene Williams of Hawkins, Tex ;Its :VISIT OR CALL TODAY "P.L ?-1645it
winners of the girls' doubles, age
13.15 event; Clifton O. Matthews, I, :
WhistorfSalem, :N.C." Coca>CoIa i;MJR
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Washington, D.C., boys' singles j:
champ, 1315 and Marlene Ev. \?r*
Northwest55th erson, Detroit,girls' singles champ ;N
1518. Matthews presented trophies j
St. Area donated by the Coca-Cola 'N x Kits
Co., Atlanta, Ga., co-sponsor of 5 xi aif'U
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f1f Births at Christian, 4..:3W ,t. ..4 'Wit'

Hospital '!?Ur ,; ,' :

August 6, 1959 ?{ s
Boy Robert and Bitha ;:' .
Smith, 15101 Harrison St., Rich-
Low Down Payments mond Heights. :ft t ::

August 7 WW: _ _ _r1
Easy Monthly Terms Boy Elsie Lee Baker, 1303 : --4 4 ,
NW 68th st. i 5
Girl Roberta Stanley, 1717 5a: _
NW ,65th St.

Only 1 Mortgage August 8 ;JKs
Girl Avery and Barbaretta' k
Williams, 3290 NW 47th st., apt. ilt; _, .

.4.Twin boys -Wlllard. and Sally WHY PAY RENT' ?
Third Ave. Deal l, 7412 NW 22nd ave. .

August 9
Boy Eddie and Odessa Tate,
10244 SW 184th st., Perrine. ] .Buy

Realty Boy Theodis and Mary s /I11!'Jf.r.. ..MMrA. .., ... a
Hence, 2124 NW 6th ct. YV ItM.Li.M fS.

August 10 P ONLY $695 DOWN
Boy-Henry and Elzada Stra- ?t ,
742 NW 3rd Ave. chan, 1827 NW 68th Terr. V
Boy Stephen and Leander tl Completely furnished City water, large deep landscaped lot, close to .
Bennett, 5720 NW 19th ave.
FR 4-3297 Boy Helen Sinclair, 848 SW fe t buses. Nice Brea. Only one payment each month. One apartment will !
5th st.., Homestead. ' . .
AND August 11 tx pay for entire upkeep. See .1402 N.W.'56th 'St. By I! appointment. :..., "; '

Girl Hlllery and Edna King, '
NE 4-0394 740 NW 3rd ave., apt. 6. ; '
Boy Joe and Mary Stoud- uU! New 3-bedroom CBS homes. Only ;- Brown Sub Brand New
mire, 365 NW 8th'St., apt. 22. J Two left
S.. Hutcheson, Jr. Girl (Stillborn) Thomas and o, bedroom CBS home
Barbara Howell, 1410 NW 5th'ave.. .'' I: Only $295 Down
RegisteredReal August 121 !=;i 3: Move right! in. City water, landscape Only,$795 Down

Estate Broker Boy Isaac and Marie Washington ed. Shopping, buses Only one '
pay. Fenced in, shower ,doors, Venetian
2300 NW 56th st
:J ment each, month.
Girl Eugene and Ola Mae fci blinds, no closing costs. Move in.
I Pollock, 138 NW 7th st, apt. 6.
i CBS 3-Bedroom Gorgeous '
,Brand New.-Bedroom &S.,,.Corner
Only $795 Down. Close to 22nd bus.
los ave. Only' one
TV SICK ? 8 One payment each month.'No closing, mortgage to pay? ,No closin *costa, no
., . a I costs.'Opa Locka beauties built-in oven qualifying. Close to new schooL Do

= 9'P. !3I and range, patio, schools. See 1711- not wait .
Then dial FR 4-2044- a.m. to 1718 NW 153rd St. Hurry!! .
Only $995 Down

ALL MAKES ALL MODELS )t i Brand New 3-Bedroom CBS

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7-inch-$22.9S' 21.inch--$29.9S =!l; Only two of these left. corner. Priced at $19,500,
A with
$3,000 down. Consisting of 3-
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Just received shipment of 45 RPM phonograph s8 f:i qualifying. No closing costs. .

Records All late hits. Special.-3 for $1.00 ;J $995 ,Down List your lots for quick cash sales

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