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Title: Miami Times
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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: August 22, 1959
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36TH YEAR, NO. 52 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1959 PRICE TEN CANT Sj 16 PAG 9 ::


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I ,1.-: and one white youth were- arrested

by Metro's armed rolbbery 67 to Graduate from
% squad on Wednesday in what is ;

said to ,be the launching of IT mass
round-up of gunmen who are sus. ;
pocted. Beauty School

The men were arrested quietly
in their homes. They were all from the Ceasor's University, of
R identified by witnesses, accord- First Class at' Beauty Culture}
w. f- Ly .Aa" x ing to the police report, in spiteof I
the Yule Brenner haircut that Ceaspr's University Graduation exercises .will be
John A. Braxton / nave himself held 3'30: o'clock at tb' 'St. John I'
before he was thrust iq the lineUP --*--- Institutional Baptist Church The I
,. Rev Thedford Johnson"pastor: of:
St. John, will deliver the graduation
Seventeen-year-old Braxton of 'sermon.
2412 NW 58th St., 'was charged
with being the leader of three This is the first graduatingclass
gunmen, allegedly Including Jas. 4 by the school which startedits
Oliver Coleman, 2-4", of 1913 NW L Ld operation last year
74th terr. and Bobby Goree, 25,
LT cf 6091 NW 15th ave; Mrs .Willie Mae Ceasor Is prin-
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cipal of the school and her husband -
Samson Thorpe, 29, of NW 28th Augustus, is president. The,
ave. and 52nd st was accused of school is located upstairs at 800))
leading the second ganj, allegedly NW 22nd ave .where day and
including Johnny.:Bee Sorrey, night classes arcj operated.'
,JlI ... 25, and Henry Tollfver.Terry .
the
Other members of faculty
Shown abov Dr. Richard!' Y;:,"tore, president of Ritts, 19, white, of 1759 Include Mmes Wilhelmina Star- I
Bethune-Cookman College, presenting a citation, to Mrs. NW 95th St., was also arrestedand key, Ada .Mae Williams, Arlene

Anna Brenner Myers, ..a member of, the Dade County charged with. armed, robbery, Pratt and Mary Wilson.

School Board, for ,outstanding' service In education and The 13 advanced students will
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human relations. fjMr. be the first class of advanced hairstylists l
; to graduate in the south.
Do Yourself A Biff Favor!
and Mrs. ,
Meyers were guests on the campus. durIng
the 55th Summer School'' Commencement. Mrs. Mary H. Smith Is valedic-
REGISTER TO VOTE '
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tcrian of the class and Mr. E. J-
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Simpkins, .
MRS.. WILLIE MAE CEA8OR

Fifty-fcur senior students, and
RAPIST OFEAMU COED 13 advance students will receive '

,; graduation. certificates on). Sundaylate HospitalRadiofhon



MAY GET THE CHAIR Hugh Wednesday Taylor is,, expected night. to Judge pro-
nounce sentence within 10 dayS.
The girl said Moore, a parolee
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from B 1943 prison sentence for
I TALLAHASSEE A 31-year-1 first degree murder, forced her in ShapeThe
old Negro Thursday awaited and two companions Into his car
sentencing alter conviction of i at gunpoint. He later released the
Manhunt on for assault with intent to rape, an other two, but drove the girl to a
' 18-year-old coed at. Florida A and wodflcd area and raped her. The all-day Hadlothon' to be
M University. two companions called the sher- sponsored by radio station WTEC!
A Leon County Circuit Court iffs spice ancj Moore was on Saturday, August 29 is lastly
Rapist of YouthA Jury returned the guilty, verdict rested a short time later Ir-I taking shape. ,

WFEC personnel, hospital employees -
strong manhunt 'went into toI.t. FkNiI the board< of trustees and
action in Broward County on -4. Various social and civic organizations -
Wednesday in search of a Negro FOOD FAIRMANAGER
I- \ r are busy lining up workersto
who is alleged to have raped a FOILS : the stations
man many
white girl en Tuesday night at
Hallandale. Every man in the BANDITS ; throughout the city that will be
if the goal of $50,000 ;
sheriff's department' was called ;. necessary
,. is to be realized.
to the hunt.
f Join 'IJIa..Be \ Sandy
.. The Indiana College"coed' !\obI, Bacher,'32, nagerss of the Every Negro In Dade County
said to have told the police I Food Fair branch store at 1091: will be asked to contribute 'at
after an 'argument with her NW and r It., made good''' use on least $1.00 to the hospital on that
"date" near the house of her .Tuesday": of their training and day. Collecting stations will ,be
hostess at about 2 a.m. she got experience: In Uncle Sam's army. set up all over the city and citltotis -
put of his car and started to walk, At 8-" 'asn. three .armed Negro will be urged to go there
home. On the route along Hal{ bandits entered the store with their' contributions Those ,
landale Boulevard a Negro yelled and attempted a hold up. Bernstein -, unable! to contribute directly can
at her from his car. She unarmed, did battle with call In cash pledges to be picked
started running but he over one of the men and landed him > up by authorized workers.
In a pool of mustard and dill r
her and dragged her
took into
Rev Thedford Johnson, chair
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plcfcles after a furious struggle.The
the vehicle. He drove to a oft
the Radlothon with
man of along
robbers escaped from the
north of the boulevard where he
store and made their get away ina WTEC station manager, Bert
her In the
assaulted car.
car that,was parked nearby. Noble, sent out an urgentcall//
The girl told the police that Bernstein twisted the bandit'sgun this week for more volunteer
she escaped after the assault and from' his band and both fell workers to serve on Saturday.
hid for four hours behind a service .Into the relish and mustard jar Those willing to give a couple of
station until daybreak, then counter. This was the fourth hours to a worthy cause can call
ran home. armed holdup the chain had In IMPROVING THEIR' MATH TEACHING Sixtytwo i Miss Myrtle! Evans et the Chrlstltm -
four weeks. '. science and mathematics teachers of both races and I Hospital NZ,5-0061.

JUDGE TOUGH from several states, l last week ended eight weeks at the Miss Louise Griffin has lined
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I large number of
up a gospel
RIOTERSCHICAGO laborerwas fined 'a total of $700 Third Science Institute, held at Morgan State College, groups and church choirs who
ON for disorderly conduct and failure Baltimore, Maryland. Standing' are Mrs. Gwendolyn S. will aiV-ear during the morniiut
Two white' youths to' afcijerse. Barnett, teacher at Northwestern Senior High School, Mi hours. Ajr local musicians and
arrested at the scene of a ,radal Theweri'scized: Aug. 9 when ami, Fla., speaking to Dr ;[Clarence F. Stephens, professor entertainers have been Invited/to'
disturbance on the West Side crowd' of;nore than 3,000 per appear/ the day, #11 mini!-
were given heavy penalities by a sons (gvtfeertti tin front of a three- of mathematics;' at Moc an. Cther teachers, are sit tern. cant hems of social, civic and
Municipal. Court judge. story apartment building recently ting. The Institute Is supported by the National Science fraternal organizations are Invited
,Fred Bahling, 18, was sentec ce- bought by a Negro family. Founda on. Dr. Thomas P. Fraser, Morgan's professor of I to be Interviewed on the air
ed'to 90 days in Jan for failure The neighborhood previously was i and urge community participation
to disperse; ,Frank Blears 19, a all whI.-J science education, is director. .1 In this worthy cause


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MIAMI TIMES -Tbt PeiiYx' Kerspat -rate JMSC! SisaS k.. sad ,. .'\S. Miamians Make
SkuaeoS SJmiI; T'rk OT.: ,

PACE 2 SXTUHDAY AUGUST 22", 1SS9 __ aat a dC X1; aoiffrtfrrr ... .., FAMU Honor Roll
,w&: .wm SiIEdef k" flit. :01 NWs ""'' \.. .;.,,.
.:T ::: ::: l ?Vwdieattie >> 3CJm it:.".': ,.. Awry. .g 1 i SW Kit seseaidby
> + Cts ZL M- Thwrpe. tfsrwloar of a:-
Tnuft cseraieaer* frsts a Lr o a yfl rte a: FJcrida
Personal Mention ... atari afltac2s )Cn.. '. ::'f, A aM M Uaaytr 1.114 *adestaK5e >

J, ir.ge :fie Ssesaer 1Lsyc;e ."_ ; ., ". St e fcaacr rsB Jar Uie spr' ij
hart... :. T et'-' -- ; j. st>c.eel er wt*> ccir 129 was ODtbe ':
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IL'7. z.. .. ].a.' !ae CIi .. \ A fsraer brealsdoTra s:I ierrs l":
Mn Sitffsua Late ,. Diesis made a f :: -pt 0: i2
Aa'S ftiKtse i;- i 4! Zw' v.c Zz:01& Tcv AnnouncementA3B R ; -A" areraje fer tbe surd ae.raer'.rr .

X8' a' 1tn Ot u C ZL .P t .. ; 1CL: and X as eragarcd: So a V ai of
DZ'ht !t'1f ft Ti f 21 1bt i'stad e 'ttr9 'wt t d"r'tI e..g t a.l lie JSsstrrerfe bCiE ..er
.. t:=.. :' $_c teA ABC asssr* SBOS.sre A= ,.,:-.,- rzU.tA-
rt Crfsrrfcfa wt
b9 tit* iCj43so! xsvt:: tw 3C."a : : tlo t.e .
ssjef ytlj.d1.
9'4T at %tw T 1Cn. a t.'. st< :T S::.. are Alexander WoO Wake
t:4 '5J r 1' ;r ;;
Itsrr Tffaecx. Katie Da'r1
r.4'f: : \ Atpat %J. 2 sues.prvjns :. :;. perfect; Axaes; EoCe. Jaa4ac Ali,

tf ..-. M7d :.. i a 3Cr,,"a.4.r, :er c 71E s XL: TTX.O beOffgres t'.e .' .J1 I a lditt W& B:orb,
4t: a es AM ,y:37. Jz TTJLe Blade. Jewett Jcinscw
rearnrf 2bo afiar r1Uad
Cam : a 'rte : GWAJCDU..c.t. k
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ate; 1Cft ALHAJA Bc; bard Oafcts, "BoJzad Carey.
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rasarts! 3"J: ate SL ? :
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.t"'>"A' ",. zl z r.t'r amassj *JJS' ; ........ ., wa rteefft/ elected Speaker |i. Lsacra Bzrr Bcz: acsia:: Brn-:_
a ; t'tI1tt! : 2.3+a Tie ..;rr.c.
., Bcrbzra Eomnrs. Eieiari Gas-
: tZt be J r a St .s 3a.NW .- tf &t Hr&m N'tytri Htxtt tit
An'' J, Crawwi ; >:*=. WHired G2*oa, Isabel
I SC4" Z 1LL !>$ 2% 4 J:. :ez:: Asse++ : T. The s.eaka'10I- 'Pure. Sha Levi Itotx
Betty
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'zr.a'Tt: *'my M'rwtf as clerk ta the re- Taaop.
:ixs5d ST
u. 'IOf'ax.e7.' a < ncta jet .v .MC. ? are ttJ'Ir aXcr 'e're.
&4, +fjesfSjr vpZA&svl f fanrrf exrra3 ': c : bea ztl : : skit9 .- rv ::>iT.t! Paz. PeL ;.m's .'C'1 re for 10 years. 'I
Cae,, a Jia;':, : 4>a a1t7 a H.It4' w grid ?ar.1Caw Srr: J Jrihw.rr., pt : __ at...ctafllt: vecretary in the ad.
it uSi Ifex. T. LSunlight z.ii-z.: : :r.-- "' f' entire service: sccrertary tMtthre .
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the Gwaadi atfminlctra* I ICC441"d1 Join The NAACP
y st vy-fKKTvt to. a I ? d ..tk? wbe :uJ.fl I
t' : yt> at Z: Zifm S.i vZac Q= sa, XT, Out-Chat tsa and the Emir's coortscrrfee.
amf lass urubf irzxe. I In 1V5J. he was awarded I, Register Today!
r : J. pn: It tSL reporterus the Cerptki 'medaL AN P.
tb .kn-tIr 71IL aa
1 d -- Tat sura! ct: ; i e-
rtr Y at! :m :be" :!mmtr !:. '
cliriesij: jg1..,' i..zig fraear 'jDJ"d zw. : .x; ? ..aL7
Tsia M1am; 2rai tr: s=,w s A v..tl .a TeD: 2'VC : --.s Th27 ...: zza

aid by :lae :juimeriVUS :. v SCa -11 I ney. CWzt.3 .- :1e T The. LOTS FOR SALEIn
Bsffizrfi.Gc&mrve CrJbr .-u :a rs .:-
IrjfflrtkStrtLwt u1 1 mIoe t ,,. JCyrSe : y a
Tnmj aE ap raraic E theytwvt bsc L'r.aJrt, Itr arrar; ntz z gets Dtom4 -:- Veruth First Subdivision in Goulds
; eiyvy iJftr. ttrsxnsertd im2r B+.t7 belt. 4 Te r ..m& tI2ICIltt. s
.wJ,'. \ PKad. JTYtJ; U G. Harae: 3TH;: .:' v 4e 1S the Size 75' x 124' $1,595.
J2ma Hrs.... Ojterrcia; Fa reOsgroirr'w Tat etadessr Tranced is a es5ttwa :
$100 Down-$%5 mouth
and Jkinc ,July ,Cooj r w1Il 7n. .e S E.t& 227Viartcn T. or rs maser: : ::: = 3e =-j
:have lice ,city on Friday tnorain '' i Santk, 1adsa>ra : sC tiie aiei r=2E tbe eseT You must hurry-only 3 left
j e:z, Ziec perKs Ix to be
:louring -to Atlanta. Georgia,
I
wrolte i on racalioa They willgladiy io JCajstva isrsi? the therfrrad.; jaaAerti grrf ryf r I I Iz J. A. SUMMONS
a.ltrimlte 'Iheir 27anflrvRrsarry -wt d1ir2t part 1I'td iocia4fcd l r azd Mrs .ib:, I
3781 Grand Ave. HI 4-2448
hey .wm berr I Hennas WaJtoo Jiiert torp, On 2aoC Tsssa&sj X:. ate: 3C.Z

yjmp mItd by three ufcninddaugtrten tbtIfItI r Albert Saonderz. ICiac Jter- ZAn' c Baand tbssr s1i oarf
'*T 3Jucffle ,ian Hadkj rneranJcba 1Idamr., Siassau, soi;: Serf Mr

Pdl.ia and I evette. Hannah: WOrm )4- arm 'Z ibe - -
xey Mn. EJSea TayltaTbexlcre :B.l-r.. If1 /! '

T1'Slt: Pampey, iriaHor froeaJor Gibson, itn- Mary :Lou
3Ct w TDrk lb< 0unn cr oele- B.ekhe1'
100
brV:! bpr JUtb tothdar hen

Sad ortitt Jibe entertalzwd a te'wftitr4a Mr, and Mr EAwsrf Gbtm
xitb: caie tae creamtb of ?few York were rime in fi ""
n..d cixrt ai borae of hergar.dmstber Miami this week The Gfieonc USED gite

Mr, Msrie Ware. came to be at the b dei4eJanjre sC .xr. '
Gibtco. father of ZJ.ward,
who i* serfooxfr OL TVs Simmer
Mr aM Mr*. Flicker Paschal I

and frvrtc, Alooxo aa 3 EJrl: left Last iseek three daa ateac; oC
Ai!: wo tw Tat 19 taU Mr Gjbftca.; Mrs Easy Parker NO
JrJ L firxsrrxn. mrrhei of frL j
.. IrA Mr*. Amelia TTfarAei3 cfOerelaad .
? .n .ye t1bt j
: and Mrs. Stew Dsr*
=_ iioj of Drtrsft also carr: : to be HONEYDOWH *
at the bediide of their father Summer
Un 'I''nre'J TTeiUre nterarito .
GJt.cai to a* o&e d the tim rnit -
S* + hayd 1
te the arttKarltd She racacasrit 'v eacd tie ctaff in the
s+nrclu s C'k.r..H..a V Yt 7.
"V" Mr GJfasoa: is employed a*
teea4 cf tb* departnjezrt <4 record
Mr, aa4: Mn SuzotlKn. Bansvraavi
la the fctenifra'Joo deportment ia '
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r'.au sterrai3.. alaat wter new York at,.. This U bi lth 1
rn/.t.n'. Karxi: Dean year in this position. ..,
end riri'r, Camxm. are rifitiniretettvt
"WiUJ is Tfenr York and
Mn and Mr Willie Little
i'hilmdt} >Wa, I n-
turned On Wednesday aflernoon

Al tie after a viH to SL Andrew's
Mr and Mn. Sharp*, Ill
Beach, Jekyll bland Ca.Mr .
I//TTMT Itrt'; Margaret St71et aod
throe chiWrm, Mary, Patty and
Gevrte are vacationing in Tfash- *. Emma Bloodsaw flew to
vile_ Tenn.Getrce Cleveland, Ohio by Eastern. Airlines -
where she will spend a two

Kerr, machine chopuperiniendent *'eek vacation with her aunt and w
. of the BahamasElectricity niece, Mrs. Bloodsaw is a beautician -
Corporation, who ha at Porter Beauty Shop.
been vUitlnf here for the part few I "
week returned to Nassau today, Mr and Mrs. Isaac Rutledre
During his stay he wa the and family of Washington, D. C.



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SATUDAY, AUGUST 22, 1959
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/ /M.N...__. ________._____.._____.__ ....___-____________________ __ __NN..MM.N Delores Smith

The Rev John Reece of St. ,Roker. His ,ability and initiative \u

Peter's Church, Key West w a i have won for him an ,honored of ,David S. ;
guest preacher' at St Agnes place with the Amalgamated Meat ,:
Nassau, l lost Sunday.On utters I and Butcher Workmen of
North America. ,By ELLIOTT' J. PIEZE
Sunday August 23, tho the j
Rev. Father Theodore Gibson, (Mr. Hanna is a gradua\e of Miss. Delores Ethel Smith the
rector of Christ Church Miami, :Tuskegee Instltue Hampton Institute daughter of ,Mrs Beatrice: Poitier
will preach at St. Agnes. The and the._, University of of 1822 NW 2nd ave. became the I
people of Nassau from all.walks Wisconsin. bride of David S. Coakley, son \
of life welcome Father Gibson, of Mrs. Mary E. Coakley of King : !
having heard and read so ,much William Munnings,paid the extreme St., south, Nassau Bahamas, in gave
abut his contribution tp; the penalty as he walked to' marriage ceremonies performed :
advancement of his people, especially the gallows and was hanged'Tuesday Sunday morning. at St.. Agnes
in the NAACP ,He will morning. According' to Episcopal, Church with the Ven. tires. '!4 4i
speak at a mass meeting at St. information he said nothing. The John E. Culmer, the rector, offi i
Agnes Auditorium at 9 o'clock chaplain cf the prison offered the ciating. A
Sunday night after service. prayer at the place of execution. A large crowd: attended the $1.00.'I/
Munnings was sentenced to death which at
marriage, captured a con-
for the fatal* shooting of his eight siderable spotlight throughout I
Mrs. Marie Eddy a well known year old daughter, and \was convicted this community 1
worker at St. Agnes, now resident in the Supreme Court on ed )I
in Miami made a shqrt July 27. Borgeously attired In a stunning -
visit to Nassau this week.A gown of white chantilly lace 1:1 1:1r:
The'Rev. anger, had over satin, with a skirt of ruffles
: L. Farquharson, manager of the unpleasant task of acting as which formed a train In the
the Mutual United Bank of the prison chaplain at the time of back; a shoulder 'length white !
Bahamas has returned to his post Munnings' execution. Rumor has veil with a tier of !pearls and I
after two weeks' vacation. Miss I it that he will succeed Father rhinestones, white satin slippers h.
Marjorie Knowles acted as man- Lisle who has resigned and left a single, strand ot pearls aroundher to
ager during his absence. She has for work in Africa. e neck, and carrying a white were: ;\
left on two weeks' vacation in ,Father Granger has served as prayer .book: with (white roses attached N! !
Florida. priest on Cat Island for nine thereto, the bride was ;
years. His contributions to the given In marriage by Donald
The Criminal. Investigation betterment of the communityhave "Dan" Rolle. and
Department arrested Dr. Roland been many and he Is loved The bride was attended by a ;
Cumlberbatch on Aug. 13 and by the people. matron of honor and two bridesmaids -
charged him with performing an i Mrs. Ida mith was the Mrs.
I abortion 'on a 13year-old girl on Nathaniel Colebrook and Sidney I matron of honor, and was dressedin New
July 25. The girl' was ,taken to Oazn. /bell who died last week a flamingo pink igown. Mrs. i
,J the Princess Margaret Hospital were laid to rest Sunday after Gladys Smith a sister-in-law of I f
w on July 28. The 58-year-old doc- services at Wesley Methodist the bride, and Mrs. Cleora Cobb
. bond Church. were the bridesmaids Both were
tor granted
' was personal( ,
,'r attired in gowns of tourquoise .
of $1,400. Further hearing will be
held on August 28. St. Agnes Fiesta netted $1,540 taffeta and nylon of ganza.
\ and the raffle netted $3,220. This Little Paulette Smith, daughter
, The body of Israel Johnson was church continues to hold Its place of Mr. and Mrs Edward SmithSr. I
!"J found floating off shore at Hat among the congregations of the ., and Little Marionette Am- those
brose of Mrs. Inez Am-
chet city. daughter :
Bay Eleuthera on Aug. 2.
.
i brose, were the flower girls a.m.
Johnson the
1. went fishing previous Little Edward Smith Jr. of fee
; day and when he failed to return : Prince Hepburn returned to I I son \ .
( home that night a party Nassau last week from Whale Mr. and Mrs Edward Smith Sr., -...... I-"t.I__ .'_\f.rl'1W.IoII.U. &1t'__.
'r from the settlement went on a Cay with 75 boys who spent two was the ringfoearer.
weeks camping. He has returned .Andrew Curry of Nassau, along
search. At the Rock Sound Hos-
i
time friend of the bride- [ ,
pital 'where the body was taken to camp with 55 girls for another JAMES
the /Ibestman and i
,
and examined, the doctor found two, weeks. groom /was ,
.
that Johnson 'had suffered a heart : [ I ,

attack before he fell into the ,Blow up BridgeA 5 & IOc'STORE'' \ I
water
Gray Hair Wanted!
I NOW! "Sir Save Lot" Store-NOW!
a I
bridge over the Cane River
Man .r' W.man ,
Percy fined Evans $28 and Garth each Wrightwere James it Natchltoches load of: 40 La.tons, with, was a capacity con- .,WOW' YOU CAN LOOK 1200'N.W.. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481 I,
fO YEARS YOUNGER I
Wawfces, Isaiah McPhee and structed at a cost of over $3',000 -
Kenneth Poitier were fined with IOI.n.l *'* newest 1levry I
$14 tar :
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spectacular In Augu'
sequences "The Sale Thur
Fri.
each, Jame Murray was bound Horse Soldiers/ $6,500,000 Mahin : Auntie-Gray PomadeSay on Sat., 20 2122
over to keep the peace for a year Rackin Production Watch for !
and John Bartlett was caution Artists release directed for United John goodbye t. GRAY HAIR with big, big school specials- Sale starts now

ed. It all happened on August 5 Ford., Filmed In DeLuxe color by the new p.mad. *H* ovry. Apply For The Children

in Magistrate's convicted Court for where they picture opens Sunday, at the Capitol ular Imply halrdrln at you, 'would Impart your natural Ng.. Drones, .a. ..................., 1.08 Pants, pr .................NN... 1.00
were in taking part Theatre" through United Artists .leaking color, Lava hair Socks, pr. ........................ .25 Boys' Undtrihlrts, ea. .... ..29Boys'
27. an illegal procession on July release. beautifully soft end IUItNU" Slip., *a. ...................?... ,79 Undershirt .
W.n't rub off, wash out Men. I Pantl/ S pr*. ................ 1.00 Boys' Sock, pr. ............ .25 .

The Bahamas Federation of Teenage Dance, staining, nn.ortay. C.lor..ne For the Baby For The House
Labor, organized by Randol Pomado condition and grams
Fawkes. got another setback ,last The teenage dance for this //week halr No ether hair drawing. nd- Diaper Shirts, aa, .......... .39Dlapar Plaatlo/ Drape, pr. ,..,,... .87
y week when more than 50 will be held tomorrow night ed.' Send only $2.00 (tax Included I Towel, ea ........................ .29
left and Joined the Bahamas men August 22 at the Carver' YMCA ) for full 1'/a oz. I 8t .................... 1.68 Oilcloth yd .................... ...

Trade Union Congress. Dissatisfaction 5770 and 11 NW 15th As ave., between 8 N N..N....N N..........N...N N I I....N... Diapers, do:. ................ 2.10 Plastic/ Starve, ,*. ..,?.., ,15Kitchen
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over the recent strike at p.m. the admission set 1.19
Clifton Pier is said to be the main is free with,choice music and FREE COUPON Rubber Pant., *a. ........ 29 Table/ Cloth., ea. ............ 48 I
cause1of the transfer. refreshments will ,be available. Worth 60o I
Next EXTRA EXTRA SPECIAL-16.plc* pink or Turpuolt
Saturday Aug. 29 the dance ,
off on a Jar of Auntie Gray.
Mr. and Mrs. Hilton El Hanna will be held at Coconut Grove Rlpplawaar Luncheon Dishes 8t, lit ................,... ,, ,
Bring or mall, In to
Park 236
and their two daughters of Mad- Grand ave. Support
ison Wisconsin, are vacationing your teenage dances, they offer HAIftSHEEN OF MIAMI
slat N.E. 2nd Av.:, Suite 8
clean wholesome recreation for _
in the Bahamas. Mr. Hanna ]left
the Bahamas about,28. yean, ago youth. i Miami I 88, 1.
and this Is his first vIsit. He was \, -
born at Acklins, but spent his
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PAGE SATURDAY AUGUST 22, 1959 Buffalo first, Havana 6%, Co-
6and Richmond, 10

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,_ PAUL R.M-NRV. ., -,--

.. .Ii ... +.,. : _n_ - Paula Turnquist and sister,
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"It I I.I ValcWrlne, are', vacationing' here.
Dade County School Board Is ,\{Sport3wise: In Los Angeles on Paula .is A student at FNIMC,.St.
looking to ,the future In a ,survey -'.I Wednesday night World Feather !1'Allgustlne.; Valderlne is in the
made by a 10-maii reach kht"'Champion, + Davey Moore school system in Nassau..
Office. at 1112 N.W. Third' Ave., Miami, Florida-Phone FR 3-2236 committee with Dr. R. L. Johns successfully defended his title I I
PUntat 6740 N.Vf4 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 I ci the University 'of Florida as when he KO'd Hogan Bassey in '#,','," #####,##" .....
V"J ttO'i' <\< SUBSCRIPTION RATES: County will need '$46,495,530 for 10th.,Bassey cfiuld, not come out
ON 'EAR $tB1 0 SIX ,MONTHS. $2.75 THREE MONTHS $1.70 new schools in the next three lor the 11th at the sound of Ute ...
.,*., .v 1 *- <' years... '! : bell. "
H SGSMUND| | REEVES, Editor I
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and Business Manager They found that the present Bassey put up a good fight especially -
Garth C. Reeves, Managing Editor "
schools in the ocunty acc mo!- in the early 'ounds, butit
dates 150,800 'and estimates the was Just too much Mpore.
MUTANTUR MUTAMUR IN ILL18
TEMP >RA ET, NOS ,
enrollment for 1962-63 to be
"The Times Are Changed And l We Are Changed With Them" 209,000. Another Moore, known by the a
of Archie, is itching to
Entered'as Second Class Matter August 0, 1027, at the Post Office Fifty-seven more schools will name,
meet the heavyweight champion,
at Miami Florida, under the act of March 8, 1870 for be needed colored., 41 for. white and 16 Ingomar Johansson and battle PROUDLYPRESENTS

,for that title. Arcaie's manager
Association
Publishers
Member of the NatlonaJ Newspaper
Secretary ,claims, that they can lay a cold
Labor State James
,
Press
Member of the Awodateil Negro
million dollars the line,
P Mitchell wants the 37-day old on ,
"(JIU.UO OK TIIH NEGIIO PKBhS" steel strike settled. He warns Sounds tempting, but there prob- '
liltf: NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the world that if it is not settled ,by October ably will be no heavyweight fights S' 0 .
from racial and national antagonisms; when It accords to every man 'there' might be'a serious for the title this year. Uncle THE ... .' .
regardless of race, color or creed, his human and legal rights. listing shortage., Sam gets such a big cut, the
,
fghters need breathing spell.
a.. ,
the Negro Press strives to help every man "JACKIEROBINSON I:
no man, fearing no nuxn- ,
Crime is on increase. Thereare _..... __.
In the firm belief that all men are hurt a* long as anyone Is held : I
more house-breaking, hold- wnt .
back. Floyd Patterson, ex-champ, ,
1 ups, pistol-wielding, stabbing and perhaps meet Johansson before
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what-not than ever before. Mi- Archie He
does. is entitled to a
,' YE EDITOR'S' NOTEBOOKJOBS ami is a big city and getting rematch and Floyd seems determined 'SHOW"
bigger every day. People come, to get that title back. Wellwe
CAN BE MADE FOR BLACK BOYS AND GIRLS they like ft here and they remain,. hope so. .
here. There are all sorts and SUNDAY 5 P.M.I
condition of folk, Just like in There is also Roy Harris who
Negroes should learn enough to spend their money other' .big citiesl wants to fight the champ. .

wisely and insist that wherever they spend their money, The police is doing a good I. 0 '. rr
some of the clerks and other eniployees shall be colored Jobbut they have trouble coping In base/ball/ :, San Francisco still
with this situation. on top. Los Angeles, 2 (behind
games
We honor the Latin people because they have learn- Milwaukee 3, Pittsburgh .
ed to spen .their money wisely and any store that fails to Fulgencio Batista who had 72,2. 1220

hire at least one won't get any Latin business, taken, refuge in the Dominican American t
League: Chicago
Republic sirfce his downfall in :
If you go downtown in Tampa"Ay.ou'll note on many Cuba will make is now home in leads, Cleveland 3% behind, New
windows these words : "Se Habla Espanol," which simply Portugal. The former (presidenttried York 11 J& and Baltimore 122,2. On Your Dial I

means they have employed a Latin" to converse with Latin to ,get into the United .1 Our Miami Marlins are in fifth ." " " " ..#,#." ,#..
patrons. States where he could be twith his
family in their home at Daytona
When Negroes get some sense and buy only where, Beach, but the U. S> Government '\

black clerks serve them, they will cause to be. put on windows refused to let hiro in. RUPTURED ?. --

something like this : "Negroes welcomed. here." & In 'Ft, Lauderdale, an 18-'year- I .

The same is true in neighborhood stores 's wHere ttiie old (girl (from Indiana reports that You can be FREE from TRUdS SLA VEIIV. New Non.Hurjflcnl.
clerks, cashiers and butchers and all she was forced into a car and
employees 'Tl'1I
except criminally assaulted in Painless Office Treatment. LOW COST. NO LOST <1. ,
Cockpit
the owners should be black. If the sole a
we are source Of at West. Hollywood. The girl was
revenue to sustain store' all the jobs should go to us. And visiting friends. .She charged a 'Piles Rectal Disease. DR. LONG'S CLINIC

we should insist on this being: done or stay out (< Negro, but deputies also want to ; A General Health Service
I question the boy with whom' she
It is difficult to understand why Negroes buy white had a date. Reducing #' 1 9.W. :lath Av<<-. FR :i'2748i ,

insurance at all, since! the only thing we get. is protection.
Part of the dollar for' MiamI'or rather Dade Countyhas
we pay provides Jobs g nits, jobs for not as yet been'able to close
clerks and managers in the branch office jobs for officers I
,
the' deal I,for purchasing the bus i iI
and clerks and janitors in the home office,;as';well as mon- company., Owner William D. I i i'Y
for dividends Pawley ,turned ,dawn Metro's offer -
ey and taxes, surplus and_ : reserve, ., and negotiations on.
go ,
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The Negro doesn't get ahy jobs as agents, clerks R ,

managers, supervisors, officers or janitors in any of the Metro will not allow the matter
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white companies we know. We should get at least the of electing, a sheriff and tax I t
collector to, be placed on the ballot 'Y
agents jobs and some of the clerks jobs too. \ in November. The office will

The Negro is the only race' on earth that will let remain appointive.

people of other races come to his front door and sell him, tea rs
or collect from him. The white citizen The Democrats are not favoring
wouldn't dare leta passage crt< Civil Rights Bill this
Negro come to his front door to do anything, not even session. The truth is they don't .
,to bring him home drunk. care about ever passing anything

W.e mention these things because it is time the Negro concerning,. civil rights. ,

grow up and use his buying power to make jobs for his Floods in Tampa's northern ( ci
boys and girls. We know from observation and experiencethat superbs have been serious. In the FREE DELIVERY ,, D R U GC.
Forest Hills section mote than
the Negro with white insur-
spends enough money 125 homes had to be evacuated.
ance companies alone to give every black boy and girl >ome 28,000 'acres were flooded .M.lolliwtt.,9r.
who finishes high school and college a job collecting In- National Guard ,troops end other .. Prop ".;
, surance. workers helped to evacuate: the

:I It's time to ,wake up and stop crying the blues About . ', '

jobs for our children. Our money can make these right now

if we used some horse sense;;Florida Sentinel.

THIRD BASEALL I
LEAGUE
With . ..4 it. ,

There will be a third league in baseball-The Continental *

l. The league received the full ,support of Baseball Use your Pan Am Pay Plan

,Commissioner Ford Frick on Tuesday The Continental is

now a Major League.

Who heads the league? The well known Branch

Rickey is the Continental's first president. Mr. Rickey isinoW ,

77 years old, J'

He is the man who opened the closed door and 'let

Jackie Robinson in the big leagues. Robinson did not let ti r' i

him down. Jackie was a real star and during his baseball

'career he thrilled millions u. ,
and paved the way for other Permanent protection for furniture .
Negroes. Today every. major league team has Negroeson without hiding its beauty. .:

its, roster. Furthermore, they are making good. Display your expensive fabrics under ,: '
To mention some of them :' Hank Aaron, outstanding "glass-clear vinyl plastic. So durableyou "

outfielder of the Mlwaukee Braves ; Wes Covington, Bru. can't wear it out. This strong, stain- :
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'ton, Mays Gilliam, Neal, Banks;, Roseboro; Sam Jones;, proof, non-absorbent material will be'expertly ,
Newcombe: Howard and McCovey. tailored by our experienced ,staff to
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untom-fit chair or sofa perfectly.it .
your
The: founding cities are New York Toronto, Houston, .I Mtfc.r*.f a....:g rMl tfc. .!.. .ffw ..... i
Denver,and St Paul, Minn. Miami has also been proposed. "' *,D.dp.t ,. ..--.._. "
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: They expect to organize about eight teams. Baseball .t.. c..te.-f6ttel.Met.............>..".-...it.. F ,.. .

I players will! be in demand. The pay certainly is good.! Jt I ,'" f "*, ,'c..w-... ....101.Nf..tt...,...Mrrt.....: tc t tI ...,
. >l3o1a to play'ball. leauersome CoJ/ Pt 1-5841 .
: learn' You might be a big : .. .. j .UAKAHTOMO ....: ,. Now :;
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supporters of ourxMarlins, ar .all for a major league ball I loa tut fSTIMAm IN TOUR Now I f .

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St. John's Tot Center, where their desires Mrs Sara' Gaines principal; Rev. .Thed-

and learning abilities are the first ford Johnson, minister.. [-
concert of the faculty. The Willing Workers of St. John's In- t F

This spacious kindergarten is located at stitutional Baptist Church invites you to I',

1328 NW 3rd ave., the hours are'7:30 a.m. their Benefit Tea Sunday, Aug. 23, 4 to 6
And Will Feature
to 5 p.m.'I p.m. in the Range Funeral'lIom Gardens,
5727 NW 17th ave. Won't. you please
Registration is now, in progress. You come?.

may contact' . the Tot Center. in person or ,Mrs. Barbara Coleman is president and Famous ,Chicken

t by phones: FR 1.3212, FR 1-8488, OX Rev Thedford Johnson, pastor.

Dinners

I i( Randolph's Kiddie's Inn King and Queen YOUNGSTERS TO I

.r> " re' j Including 1.QUARTER;
.., MARCH ,IN BOWL C.HICKEN.
,I' 50"
1 FRENCH FRIES, COLDSLAW:
',1 Sccres of aroi'youngsters will
,. , A march on the Orange Bowl field
For Only .... ..
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Sept. 4 to Join In ceremonies pre- .11 ?11,1111,1' 1.1..1.1..11.
ceding"the pro-game (between the I To Take Out
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world champion{ Baltimore Colts' .
f' e and Pittsburgh Steelers. 'I Plus Many More Food Specials ,,1I
/:e..::: They will be among the more T
"" :zl:.j than 3,400 youngsters representing -, I
." the youth agencies of the'
' United, Fund who 'Will sing the, OPENING FRIDAY, AUGUST 28Nightingale
Natknal l Anthem.
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They are a small part of the I
101,189 Dade County youngsters
i benefited from the services of the
Funds youth agencies last year.
Leading this representative }
,.TOup'of Dade County youth onto '
the field (will be,the Boy,
I t Ar Scouts. with tho largest, contin- College
gent-some IMO strong
Some thousand' girls will represent :
the Girl Scouts, while the :
YMCA. YWCA and Boys Clubs
have 300 each.Following Announces New Fall Class For t
the ceremony the .
youngsters will 'be seated in the
\ stands where they will witnessthe
contest between tlwo/ teams Physicians Assistants. :'
; reputed to,be tho 'best in the
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Colt Coach Weeb Bwfclnk said SEPTEMBER 2 1959,
I that tamed Quarterback Johnny ,
,Unitas, mainspring of last year's I
championship drive will see action ENROLL NOW
The King and Queen of Randolph's Kiddies' Inn 68- here In the Miami,contest. ,

'59: Paulette Wallace, daughter of Mrs. Susie Wallace BaTrinf injuries, Ray Berry, Day and Evening Classes-We,limit size of 1 class ,
and Charles floss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ross. Both received New who caught York Giants 12 passes in the against playofflast tnt ,.

$25 Savings Bonds. December; Fullback Alan -
A/meche/ Halfback Lenny
; Moore
Registration is now in progress. Our activities meet and Art Donovan will all see action FIND OUT HOW YOU CAN EARN MORE :
the needs and interests of every child. Modern facilities, on Sept. 4, Bwtoank said.

qualified teachers, spacious playground, hot meals, trans Get prestige by1 becoming a Nightingale Trained :
purtation. For information call Mrs. Jessie Estell RandolphNE Job OpportunitiesAccountant
5.1833 2152 NW 64th st. Gr.duate--FlJEE PLACEMENT to all graduates
or come by
f. II, Steno Clerk I, ,
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Diesel Mechanic, Automotive
.., Equipment Operator U, Construction CALL MRS. BEN TODAYFR
Fcreman (concrete and asphalt -
steel), Medical Steno, LIbrary -
Guard, Tabulating Equipment 3-1675 265 N.W. 5th St.
TERRIFIC VALUE40.UNITSCBS I Operator I Casework Supervisor -
I Technical Illustrator,
AIR CONDITIONED CLASSROOMSDRIVER'S
.. Photographer (motion picture),.
: Laboratory Assistant, Diesel Plant
\ Operator, Engineering DraftsmanII
. .. Engineering Aide I and n,
Drafting Aide, Clerk Typist D,
Posting Machine Operator,> ClerkI
$15,750 Total Price (female), draftsman, Automo-
tive Equipment Operator I. LICENSE !

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80x129 lot, fenced and landscaped, 'completely For The Highest in BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONEO'BERRY'S

furnished, Liberty City, good income COSMETICSCall

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PAGE 6 SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1959 : Liberties Union. to' \'\,:

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Meet TonightA
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Along Freedom's Road: general membership meet-

Ing of the Florida Civil Liberties
Union will be held Friday Aug.
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We are making, overall pro- WHAT CAN WE DO? Highjway. Tobias Simon, co-

gress in our fight for freedom, guidesfr x sts Roa chairman, legal committee, will
few simple
Here are a Y
5 Committee
the Legislative -
the rate of sueed cf resegregationf us to follow in the challenging > Nxtatl.. b speak &n
of the NAACP.
to be Investigation
schools in Florida seems days ahead days that will
barely inching along. We all eventually change the Negro The following discussion groups
(would like to be taking great minority into first-class American will be organized:
strides toward, our goal but we are citizens. There is a great 4 Religion how can it be kept
meeting many obstacles. It is true difference between these two r; out of the public schools?

that the Supreme Court has spo- phrases. It is the difference made Censorshop, What is obscene -
ken, mut many battles remain to accepting the challenge of ?
by
fie fcught-legal, economic, political citizenship For Negroes to con- Segregation vs. Public Facili-
and spiritual. Southern resis- tinue on in apathy and Indifference tic?
tence has hardened, and segregationists would only strengthen the ties.Legislative Committees-should
are fighting even stronger I bonds of second-class status.Of they be used for exposure and
than before. The maintenanceof crime clean up?
the status quo has become the' first importance, we can
primary Item for discussion and' register and vote. We alone can Ay . a r ,h y3 sr A social hour will be held. and
' action: in southern state legisla- elect the officials we want; officials 9 N y refreshments served.Advertise .

latures. This is the picture today who are men and women of '
The stage is set and the segregationists integrity and who have democratic ;

are playing their ideals and principles.We It Pays !
parts with (great vigor. But /what:
of the majority of Negroes? can try to rid ourselves
of intolerance and prejudice, because -
DESEGREGATIONAn all groups have prejudice Y !
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against something, whether the
integrated society in the groups be white or Negro. The o { i S W Dream Dreams
United States is not a far-away p
history cf the Negro in the United
dream any more. We are begin- States makes prejudice againstthe President Wm. V. 8. Tubman of mountain area. Avery became and See Visionswith
ning with a desegregated public white man an understandable Liberia drinks, toast to success' aware of Liberia's vast wealth of
school system and will proceedon thing. But by trying to understand with Johnston Avery president of ore while working as administrator -
frm there into other areas. our fellow human, of Liberian American.Swedish tor for the United States govern
But the success or failure of integration other races, we begin to realize: Minerals Co. (Lamco), wlch has ment "Point Four" program. Op. '
will be conditioned in that much of our prejudices and begun mining Iron ore In abun eratlon will yield estimated 4 mil
lane part by the facilities of hatrdeds come from fear of something dantly rich Liberian 'Nlmba Range lion tons of ore annually AN P..,
Negroes and by their acceptance strange or unknown. Edu-
cf their new role in American that
cation further teaches us
society. There must be realization
a -
Negroes are not the banjoplaying -
that nothing worth while often
minstrel prototypes so
comes easily, and that gains made' portrayed in the past. It also YOU ASKED FOR IT!
are liable to disappear or retro- l
i teaches us that all whites are not
gress unless strengthened and ,I Santa Clauses or Simon Legrees.The So here it i ia-A full ONE YEAR
.,:reserved by constant effort, responsible the
know about
more we
action and, vigilance. AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE
other person, the more we understand -
Negroes, therefore, have a tre- him. Policy for most people with only ,

mendous challenge as well as a Finally we cannot learn more $15 DOWN PAYMENT
grave responsibility in the dese-
about others if 'We remain com
gregation process. As a minority pletely bound in by our own SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY' this so-called Dream Seal.
group in America, Negroes learnto
circle. Joining a civic or com- Only $2.00. Money back guaran
look !beyond themselves and munity betterment organizationsuch teed. Try one todaylJAMAICA' I
their immediate surroundings. As! as the Urban League, the 645 N.W. 36th St. 27th' Ave. Farmers' Market
they progress from the Negro PTA or the NAACP will benefit PL 9-5284 NA 4-1811 CANDLE SHOP
ghetties and slums into better
no* only the Negro but the entire 6965 N.W. 15th Ave. '
communities they will come to
group and community. We can
realize that in direct proportion as Miami. 47, Florida '
learn about
mere) our community -
they accept responsibility, so will our state and our country Our Classified Columns Get Fast Result*
they be contributing to the success -
through participation in forums,
failure of the democratic
or
discussion groups, school, churchor jtfsgtf g ftggjgytf gi gyKyg gtftfgsggs
process. civic functions. We can learn '

WORTHWHILE IS THE EFFORT? about contribution others.and, too.we This can is makea democracy For The Finest Apartments' at Moderate Rates-CallBONDED .1

in action and one of the

Perhaps' some Negroes will say foundations upon which flrst-
to themselves that it is uselessto class citizenship rests. :
COLLECTIONAGENCY
try to do anything (for their :
community or their country because -
they cannot achieve the
great things Ralph Bunche, Golden Age ClubThe
Thunsood Marshall or Mary Be-

thune have done. This is a nega- Golden Age Club, which is : Inc.
tive attitude because all of us sponsored by the James E. Scott
cannot be great scientists, great Community Association, met at ,
diplomats br wonderful teachers. its new club room, 6306 NW 14th !
But all of us can be responsible ave., in the Liberty Square audi- _
and good citizens, and good citi- torium en Aug., 6. The new room t C ,
zenship is the foundation of was provided by the housing The largest collection and rental '
American democracy. I think we authority of the City of Miami j
are apt. to overlook the basic fact for the use of the Senior Citizen
that America is more than:a placeit Club. H. Sofge, the executive director agency in the South; operating in
'belongs to us; and what we and Eugene Kemp, project '
think of our country in terms of manager, were present. and addressed jade and Broward 'Counties' Ne- '' !
love and respect will be reflected the group.
Jin our actions.So .
The keys to the club room were gro ,Housing, areas. 1'y'.' '.. I It
the accepting of the respon- presented to Mrs. Mary E. Williams E
sibility of an American citizen acting president! and Mrs.
does not mean something beyondour Mable I. Daniels, leader. Mrs. M. ,, L. L. BROOKS, PRESIDENT
capabilities. Firt-class citizen- L. Dixon, H. E. S. Reeves and '
ship so long fought for by Miss Olive Alexander were ,MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
Negroes should not) be a frightening pleasant visitors. Formal dedication -
,prospect nor appear a of the club room will be 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND
thing impossible to achieve. Any held at, a later date.
contribution, CT any acceptanceof
one's responsibility given In The members were truly proud' BROWARD COUNTIES '
goodwill ,and sincerity is of the of the (facilities and promised to
greatest and most worthwhile use them. Mrs. Spero Coklne,
value to the (preservation and suc- program chairman, extendedservices
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IU j\ UM Drama Prof h .}1days', 'assomblies and TV 'uses.
I We (believe it will give you'a new "

rt approach: in play interpretationand
To Offer Course direction. The five session
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course costs only $8.00. Kindly
Perhaps you have been search- send applications with name, address -
ing ,for anew approach' in creative and telephone number and
\ \ dramatics for your new tall $8.00 to Mrs. R Nyberg 3803
.t r; k \ term students if so, we have the Little ave., Miami 33, before Aug.
\ answer Charles W. Phllhour, 22.
PhD., senior prcfessor of dramaat
University of Miami will teacha I
5 week course in play materialsat
the fine arts 'conservatory, beginning -
10 a.m. Saturday Aug. Are you I wallflower'
I!fl ' 22. This course is designed spec- Would you I like to learn te danceIn
ially to classroom teachers who ,
want to challenge both them- I private studio <
sss : selves and their students towards VISIT -
4SI more creative play forms. Dr. Don Strachan's Dance Studio \
Philhour will emphasize new
$ 7168 N.W. 16th Ave. PL 7876
sources of !play {materials and
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Lt Cheerios Alpha Chapterof 1r
Montgomery, Ala, headed by
Miamian Writes About Soror Inez J. Baskin, is setting a e I
new record in its local commun-
ity by spearheading a most worthy -
project of sponsoring hot
European Tour lunches for 100 children duringthe '
,school year 19 9-60, which
will run approximately $5,000 for
BY MRS. ANNIE RUSSELL barrier at Monaco frontier. the year. The La Cheerios chapter
Travel with me by. train to plans to coordinate *29 Social andI
Continued from l last week 'Gay Paree" Paris. Eiffel Tower I Savings Clubs in the city in its
Sunny Italy is a' paradise on 984 11. high, 7,000 tons in unified goal and launched its J
1 earth with the surrounding sea weight is the trademark of '' ,reject at a mammoth Tea, Sun-
and the protecting Alps. You will Paris. A visit was made to the day. Aug. 2,
see lovely beaches, laike resorts Madeleine Church, built like a UQ111i1a
magnificient Alps and and Apennines Greek.Temple. It was started by Alpha is the mother of some
It is a place for lovers of Louis XV and continued by Napoleon 60 La Cheerios chapters stretch-
culture and Italian art. Florence as a "Tonnple of Glory" to ''ng arcund the globe from the
Italy was the cradle of the ItalIan !- his Grand Army Later, Napoleonbuilt heart of frica to Alaska and HaiA.'nU rt <,+ 1
Renaissance. One can never the Arc De Triomphe in the 50th state. La Cheerioswas YSo
forget the spacial artistic Pitti 1806 as a monument to his vic ,founded by Lou (Swarz) La ,
Place, once resident of the great tories. Beneath it burns the Eter- Tqur, some 24 .
Medici family. The Basilica of San nal Flame= marking the Tombof Just one major aim"Spreadithng
Lorenza is wonderful. We could the Unknqwn Soldier Invali- ,Sunsh.'ne! and Cheer Each Day of i irS
not forget the Cathedral having des was built as a hospital for The Year" in a four-fold way-
the world's first dome ever built. disabled' soldiers now is a mu- through prayer with "Miracle
Florence is rightfully called a seum. In it we saw the .tombs of Keys," to the Aged through the
"City of Flowers. Napoleon and Marechal Foch "Golden Age Group" to youth
Another never to be forgottenride 'Teen Town," and to shut-ins and
was the motorcoach trip from In 272 AD, three saints were others less fortunate than we
Florence to Rome. We stopped At beheaded on a hill now called through La Cheerios "Cheer-o-
Perugia! for lunch at La Rosetta Montmortre (Mountain of irams" and so Montgomery La
Hotel on the top of the mountains Martyrs.) The hill is topped by --heerlos are marching on in a
During mid afternoon ,iwe stop- the domes of oriental looking I bg| way with its dynamic leader '
ped to visit the 12th Century churches of white stone Sacre- Inez J. BasTkln
Church cl St. Francis of Assisi Coeur. The narrow streets are
full of cafes and tiny shops. Noted In the picture are Soror
which; is a monument to his ,*
I Since ''Ac are lovers 6f music ncz J. Baskin, baslleus standing
gentle spirit. As the sun was
r setting we entered the "Eternal one could never leave Paris "- ond from the left, and other
City"-Home. The Colosseum without seeing the magnificentopera fficers. Left to right, standing
house the largest theaterin Soror Nettie Lwis, anti gramma- *r11 S
still stands in part: a big am-
"nhiteater where the early Romans the world. We could travel on teus, 3rd anti baslleus Soror :MIn- _____
held sports. Ruins of the but vacation is about over and nie Jones, Soror Authurlnc Nunn,
Raman Forum were seen which thoughts turn homeward as we antapokrltls' (Journalist); and in
the of board the Lufthansa Airlines for the back raw: Soror Ervine
was center economic,
litical and religious life of po-the New York regretting only that Evans, tamlas; Soror Mable Llge % _t '" Mau.1MI pits.a talc ain b ai a.hi ll, A L

ancient Rome The Tiber River t.mc is'short. 'ijrammateus, and the lone male ..3. "" '_ ........,....._........,......r... .. winds through Rome as the Seine These words enter our thoughtsas La Cheerios officers, Brother
through Paris. St. Peter li the we reach Now York "God the 'Walter Lige, phylacter or parlia-
largest, most majestic of Christian Omnipotent! King who ordainest, mentarianSo
churches. It was built by Emperor Great winds thy clarions, the we salute Alpha chapter, La REPAIRS ;
Constantine and the dome by I lightening cf thy sword. So shall Cheeriest, Inc. lor its far reach-
Mlchaelanjelo. Speaking of Mi- I we render Thee thankful devo- the fairer sex alongwith several r
chaelangelc we could never for- tion for Thy deliverance from male members who also enjoy
get the sculpture' of Moses as located peril and sword. Singing in chorus Ing >program for all, regardless of 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.-Sunday 10 to 3
in the church of Peter in from ocean to ocean, "Thereis race, creed or color, and also for .
chains. The Vatican Library is the power and the glory and I Its "live wire" leader Soror Bas NO SERVICE CHARGE :
one of the world's most beautiful. I Lord. kin and those live-wire members t ISOOTIN'S a
If we 'can't fix your TV in your home
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dating as early as the 4th Century TELEVISIONS' ;
It was a joy to climb the :
Spanish steps. We could live in TVFor NO MONEY DOWN
Rome. forever but we must travelon.
Reconditioned TV'. From $19.95 i 17-Inch or 21-inch Table Modelor

I We arrived in Nice by train. For The Finest Service" on All TV Make & Models Floor Model

The trip (was one of unsurpassed Try us You'll Like u.
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Participants on the program; Left to right: Arthur

Evans, Al Vaughn, Samuel Koile, :Mr. and Mrs. Hersh
liovardVrn.. S. Johnson and Chas. Wright .
seated: Harolcan Storr, Valdez Murray, Cassandra I

Hannah, Fred Seymour, Jacqueline; Cromell, Marsha Mc-
Ivey.

Other participants not shown: Beverly Dillard, ,Bald-
win Hepburn, Mrs. Berthenia White, \who gave the bio- r r
graphical sketch of Gershwin, and Louis H. Portlock Jr.,
who made the introduction-Photos by Johnson.

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READY FORHOMECOMING School( summer band will appear hq

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channel 7 at 12:30: pjm. Saturday, _
\ug. 22. It will be the first time
i high school band has appeared I
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m a' local' television station in a -- - --
full 30-minute show. A portion of the crowd of more than featured the compsitions of George Gersh-

1 i The show will feature a mod. 100 persons listens to Mrs. Harolean Storr win. The affair was held in the recentlyat
ern dance by Leila Thomas and the fourth annual musical soiree spondecorated breezeway of the YMCA. The
Emma White with a vocal solo sored by the Carver YMCA last Sunday, new wing at the 'Y' was completed by a
WL by Patricia Beemnan to the tuneof William S. Johnson bottom Citizens'
"Tammy." David Williams.wjll ( left) music Committee by Thomas "Slim"consultant
dance' out the interpretation of a drected the program which Bannister.
delightful selection called "Night
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I play "Carribean Fantasy," a stir- 1'
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Stewart playing the trumpet solo. PIANO SICK I
So watch WCKT channel 7 forth '
s delightful program. p

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FOR PROFESSIONAL PIANO A
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AND ORGAN SERVICES
church will participate and,manyof N
the founders will be honored. I

The entire city is being invited 1935 N.W. 153rd St.
and especially those memfbers of SERVICE I
Rev. S. A. Cousin, 'the popular the church who have been away "ifr MU 8.3770
pastor of: Greater Bethel AME from the services: for some time. I 'I .
Church on NW 8th street, announced Following the service Mrs. Alice '.
this week that the entire Lemon and committee will .J' > :,
church has completed plans for welcome all in the basement ot .. ..,.. ,
its Homecoming Day,Sunday, the church where dinner 'will be '"/
Aug. 23. The event will take .,' .
served to all in attendance. Come '
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By DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDU. ok

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light. The, light being green. -- .-" I .
Green Money: that is. Bermudahas Ala. .. .

and abolished since the,its word segregation has spread laws, 'I I HAD A TALK With W. L. minded Alabama'their outlay' lawmakers to Race-I I THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Vewspaper:', 1 'i '
renewed
Rcbinson city 'manager of Coral
,
around the USA about these barriers -
being draped. Negroes are Gables, about the Biltmore Golf. Institute, but it may a SATUDAY, AUGUST 22, 1959 PAGE
springboard
legal, to publicly
Course. He said that 'they justnever
going these places wherehe nance; .
private white schools.
is accept as an equal, and come out. I$ asked him if fl-I
they came out, would they be refused -
can spend his money as everyone The $767,000 two-year !
else. Negroes all ever the countryare the right to play?, Mr. Rob- roughly 10 persent of Tuskegee's' ..
going to Bermuda, and thou- inson sez, "I don't see why they budget, also' poses as a veileddagger I 1fv .'
would!" So there it 15. You ,,
can ,
sands more would 'igo to Nassau if whioh tculd strike at the
they knew that when \\\htoy haveto play at the Biltore which givesus financial heart of the famed Ne- .
three ..
golf courses available.
in college.
stop over Miami for a dayor gro
so, they would not ,be confront Miami Springs with Woody .
ed ivvith"' the "you can't go Ker or Laughinghouse as, manager; Orange Amid corridor talk of the now \
there" . .and Miami would get Grove in Hollyjwood and segregation scheme, it was clear-
the business Cif these people and now the Biltmore in Coral Gables.So ly mere than idle generosity a ,
others would come. Everybody is fellows and lady (golfers, enjoy prompted; the legislature to earmark JI
looking for better, business" but yourselves.SEEN $333,000 for Tuskegee next 1 1I
whose? year and $384,000 the (following 1i
ON THE golf course was yepr. i
Dr. J. O. Brown and his worthy
IT HAS BEEN brought to my instructor, Ira Blosscm . C C. Legislators privately planning
attention' that 1)wo) Dade Metro North and his Travel Bureau the legal test, aimed at a rulingon I I
policemen went to Miami Beach have a new package deal for whether (public ,funds can be ,
and told a lounge owner that no Nassau goers. Best thing to do is used fcr private segregated
mixing would be allowed. Who's to drop in and get mord infor- schools, figure they have nothing Je
1 1i
mation if you're planning to go to lose and all to gain.
mixing? Negroes have spent mil- \\\\4;;
that way . So now that "colered" 1j
lions of: dollars on the Beach in Giving the U. S. Supreme Court I
sign has been taken off the
the five how .
past years, so come such a major segregation riddle, .
Relax Bar; Of course our Mayor j
Chief Fox two Metro
permits cops the
strategists say, !would result
Charles
Hadley went by to see
t& enter the Beach and tell own-
either in
economy or better .
the this
manager and passed on
ers who to let in. When a Negro to 'us. The bar is nolw owned byNegl'OS still &' possible new way to i .. 'W .. a j
group they are goes seated to a at lounge' a table or club the also.MAYO'R schools.keep Negro children out of white Mrs: Laroiyn Uismond, right, cnairrrun of 4oih iNaiunal. Ueauty f

same as anyone, else and don'tgo HADLEY Culturists' League which will hold Its convention in Philadelphia,
around table hopping just to went fish Key to the. court test is a 4 I
ing the-other day and from the Oct. is readying a mammoth' and interesting program. On the rightis
mix. These policemen told 'the : promised suit challenging the
snapper'I had for dinner, he made President Katie E. Whic am. '
manager that if he did not comply Tuskegee appropriation as an illegal .
good The he
some
with their /swishes, they would catches. one use of /public funds on a f1 a f aaa.a aaa IaaA ala.f .
brought me was 3 feet long! t aaa ft 1of saf fo foA Al 1af AI f1A
send an inspector to see if the fisherman's size.) 'private segregated .school Only
lights work or the sink is stoppedup Negroes attend privately endowed -
or anything. keep them In Tuskegee Institute. I WORLD FAMOUSWMBM
view so that they will be closed. SEEMS MAYME went to the
The should do these State money has been allocated -
inspectors RoyaLe/ and the Fiesta the other
things without being sent by policemen night in her slim jims and took annually' to the college undera HN
that is their job. If club oft her shoes and danced. I just II' 1945 law providing aid for students -
owners are threatened in this can't get the "Georgia" out of I who want specialized .
manner, Miami could become an- that gal no matter how hard I Bourses unavailable in tax-sup-
other Little Rock or Germany. try. She sez that Rico was too I ported institutions. I
Where is the freedom of America short for her to dance with in TOPS IN LISTENING
? The right of any man to run her heels. Some excuse to takeoff
his business as he sees fit, or to those shoes . Anybody Miss Barbara Hepburn is vacationing -
THE KING COLEMAN SHOW ,
make a living in the manner he want to do some ironing -in your in New York. o
knows how? God forbid that home cr mine? I also need a cook
GOSPEL BLIND BOY SHOW
live and work but I o THE f
people cannot as can't afford it. What I real-
they please. ly need is another wife. If you o THE BUTTERBALL SHOW i
are interested in the ironing, '
write me care of the Times. Free HARLEM SQUARE LOCAL NEWS WITH' ELLIOTT' J. PIEZE
ONCE AGAIN I
have come advertisement. Haw's! that, Garth?
.across a place with fair prices. Until next week, Live life, SWEET SHOPA REV. IRA McCALL -
This time it is a radio shop. I every golden minute of f it.- Peace. PULL LINE OF GROCERIES.
needed a rear speaker for my car
and after going to several places COLD CUTS COSMETICS 800 ON YOUR RADIO
and getting a price of $8 and $9,
J. B. SMITH
I tried Nat's Car Radio Headquarters 208 N.W. 10th Street
on the corner of 36th st. ELECTRICSERVICE / f1iM t 4.C[ fKMKKKKKKaMKKKK tr tMKKKKKKK tKKK..Mr.R 1
and 8th ave. They did it for me II
in 20 minutes and charged $4.00. .}m n mm 1
I like to let you know about
Electrical Contractor
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money, too. and go places where HOUSEWIRING SPEND THANKSGIVING DAY
you are treated Jike everybodyelse.
"Don't Call us"
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TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE Course Offered Royal Twenties To topped with an after business
MIAMI session social hour that left littleto

10 SATURDAY AUGUST 22, 1959 Music TeachersAt I Aid Christian Hosp. ,be Mrs.desired.Ada Belle'Dunn, Pres.

I The Royal Twenty's Women Mrs. Ethel Peavy, reporter
last the Fine Arts Conser- Club of Coconut Grove had its
vatory can offer yiou music regular fortnightly meeting at .
teachers a dividend. We now the lovely home of Mrs. Mary
Join The NAACP
have a full-fledged theory department Lee James at 3550 Thomas Ave.,
beginning Aug. 13. and Coconut Grove.
each Thursday thereafter. Most The club sent a committee
music teache, do not have composed of three members and
BY ELLIOTT J. PIEZE enough time to give those extra Mrs. Sylvia Hillsman, business LOTS FOR SALE'
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needed in beginning har-
courses manager, to Christian Hospital to
I mony and counterpoint. Theseare investigate the possibility: of contributing Corner .' 150 x 120
KHRUSHCHEV TO PASS UP table reservations at the same essential to a child's musical toward the furnishingsof
MIAMI office knowhow. This can cut dorners a I iprivate room. Build on your lot
Several new features will be for you since your child will come
Russia's Nikita Khruschev will included in the attractions of the to his lesson additionally equip- Many other business items 'Were o or mine

not visit Miami during his com- ball this year, all of which have ped with appreciation of ,the form discussed with final plans to be We take of, 'financingNO
ing trip to the United States, according been designed to make a very and analysis of music. Let us carried out when feasible. care
to announcements made timely and fitting sendoff to all help you help your music pupils. Mr. Willie James, husband of MONEY DOWN
this week in Washington, D. C. of the students from Miami and Kindly redcmmend your studentsfor the hostess motored down from
Chiefly because of lack of time vicinity 'Who will be leaving for the following courses: eauford, S. C. for this occasion. Cash paid for your lots ort
and some apparent hostility In college during the months of September Mr. "Dab": James Is presently ,
other cities, Miami has been or October. Don't forget Beginning music theory, chorus, employed .by the U. S. Marine homeSEYMOUR
knocked off the tentative itiner- the date it's Friday evening, song styling, advanced music Corp. Little Jackie Davis, a cou-
ary which Khruschev will follow Sept. 4 at 10 o'clock at the Harlem theory, 6 weeks course ,for only sin of Mrs James, is visiting BARON
during his wing around the coun- Square Ballroom $1.50. Call Mrs. Nyberg, HI 4-1108 also, having flown dolwn from JE 8-1340

try--. in September ........---......--..-- for applioations. New York City some two 'weeks and Insured Builder
Also dropped from the scheduleare Licensed

Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, PHIL OSSOFER NURSES TO ago.Mrs.. Alice Lucas thanked the .. -
and Cape Canaveral: Fla. hostess for a wonderful evening _":'-. ,

Still on the list of places the SAYS TREAT TORNADO
Russian leader (will visit are: :

Washington, D.C., San Francisco, I MAN.....N....11111.N I.....,'.M...-.....
Coon Rapids, Iowa, and New "VICTIMS"Scores NOW RENTING'!,
York, Pittsburgh and Los Angelesare ....The bible tells us, and truth.
still on the possible list. fully, that the Hebrews were of "Injured" persons,
,The entire south has been rul- the chosen .people of God. Was victims of a theoretical' tornado
ed out for lack of time, it was this not a condition covering a and electrical storm, will be 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments
announced on Monday. certain period in istory? When treated by students from three

Khruschev will arrive in Wash- the Hebrews turned from His I schools of ,practical nursing in a Houses Stores ,
ington on Sept. 15, will head to Holiness Jesus Christ and thus Civil Defense drill at 6 /p.rm., .'S
the ,West Coast and then bade from God, did they not lose Tuesday, August 25 in the large
to ,New York. The big factor Is this distinction? 'ruins near the Control Center, Brown Sub' Coconut Grove
time. He will address the UN 5600 SW 87th ave.
How did the Hebrews becomethe Liberty City Downtown
date to
General Asesembly on a
chosen people? I believe it !
"Operation II"
Nightingale
be announced later according -
was because they turned to God
Dr. Kermit Gates
Miami had hoped to show through Moses' divine teachings.The I Civil Defense to Director of Medi-, WILSON RENTAL AGENCY Inc.

Khruschev some of famous resort very fact that, as a nation cal Care, will be staged to familiarize ,
hospitality: but because of time living in abject slavery |in
student with disaster
the Russian leader will not visit Egypt, they rose under Moses' conditions, nurses special situationsand 1307 N.W. 3rd Ave FR 4.0116WANTED

Miami. leadership to. b.ecCJUe.the. greatest procedures encountered dur-
nation of their time, provesto ing an The drill !fc
LITTLE ROCKSEGREGATIONIST emergency.
TRIES I me 'that God made them His the first to be held exclusively -...____ \Io'... wr.-=-...._ .._____..-:
chosen however
people. When
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for of local schools of
NEW GIMMICKA :
they turned from the holy students
and
is considered
teachings which, Jesus brought -
gimmick In the segregation of their
new part
course requirements -
battle was brought to them, they fell from the gracesof .
light In Little Rock, Arkansas, God. History proves this. How,
this week, segregated classes In then can a people be,the chosen Dr. Gates said approximately EASTERN STAR OR MASON
an Integrated school ones of God when they have 150: student nurses will attend

And school officials In' Little turned from Him? from schools of nursing at Mt. (or Former Member)

Rock say It ft official and valid This is not a prejudiced view- Sinai Hospital, Lndsey Hopkins .
Thtov gimmick was enforced point, since I am of Hebrew Vocational School and North- EARN GOOD MONEY
wh 'Atty, John A. McLeod Jr., background,' and I revere as a western Senior High School. .
an avowed segregationist Invokeda part of my religion, the pristine Faculty members will superviseas Write at Once, to:
little known law to get segregated teachings of Moses. the students establish first aid
classes for his daughter, Who, then, are the chosen stations at the disaster scene and x REV. WM. V. BANKS
Ann. The law was passed In the people of God today? I believe administer emergency treatment
1958 special' legislature In Ark they are all those spiritual souls to victims 2101 Gratiot Ave.
ansas. The law says no studentcan who rise above the hate, preJu- Cooperating! In the large scale 1
be forced to sit In the same dices, and negative qualities of drill, volunteers from Civil De- Detroit 7, Michigan
classroom with a person of an this earth, and who recognize that fense Police' will patrol the area,
other race. School officials have Image of God which dwells /within fire and rescue units will combat
arranged special segregated all human beings. Thus, they a raging fire and bring injured to ---.-.. -_.
Miss MeLeod. wculd be those aid stations. A .
classes for who recognize the number of Civil -- ,: IILr "
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brotherhood of man under the Defense mobile units, includinga
NAACP TO GO TO COURT fatherhood Of God, reflecting this mobile aid station, hospital van, For FREE Pickup and
AGAIN belief in their everyday lives.If rescue trucks, and radio communications I 1w i,
t Service on'
bus, will take Delivery
part.
the
Attorney Wiley Branton of
this be true, the chosen
NAACP, who lives in Pine Bluff, people of God come from all religious -- Prescriptions
Arkansas, said the NAACP wouldgo
color and
nationality
to court to fight any attemptto backgrounds, and not of any one Beautiful HomeOn SERVICE
segregate Negro students in group. Does this not seem reason- '
class. Branton said the U. S. Supreme able in this day of universalityAnnouncement Large Lot DRUG STORE
Court has already ruled in "Prescription Compounding
an Oklahoma case that a Negro, Your lot can be a payment t Specialist..
once admitted to an integrated
school, could not be segregated on this bedroom new 2> .
Sue's, Health and Reducing Cen- Sundries Gifts
within, the school.A baths 2car garage
ter, 601 NW 2nd ave., announcesthe Patent Medicine
,NIGHT OF DRAMASA termination of the services of 5940 N.W. 23rd Avenue
Willie C. Coffee, effective Aug. ..s Greeting Cards
night of fine drama will be
14. Mr. Coffee 3.5
studied and Open
enjoyed tonight (Friday by all his apprenticeship served p.m. _, 1240 N.W. 3rd Ave.
as
who attend the presentation at a mas- Baron JE 8.1340 -- >
seur under the direction of Mrs. sin.N'KY I T. ro.\
St Agnes Parish Hall 740 NW Susan Harris. Phone FRanklin 3-2932
n"lrt t..1hann.d,,'
3rd court. Tonight is the night
when the Miami Summer Players -
will( present those three one- I I
act plays, which I've been telling
you about for some time. The YES--The NOW
plays are being produced and directed Best People Live at . :

by the very talented Ray- I AT 0SECRETNUMBERS
t mood D Aranha, a member of:
the famous FAMU Players. Theyare ATLANTIC MANOR GARDEN a LAST
titled: "Get That Thunder- u I ,

bird," a comedy by Aranha; "To APARTMENTS They can
The Second World," a tragedyalso be sold-
by Aranha, and "GangstersOver A'xti-kt yes these
Harlem," a melodrama by .q a two amazing
Randolph Edmonds of FAMU. books.
Admission is adults $1.00 and The titles
children under 12, 50 cents. Tickets 32nd Ave. and 42nd St., Northwest 'c only par. *
are on sale by members of tially explain [GODFREY'SPENCER I
the Miami Summer Players and .s t' theircontents.

at the downtown office of the '.. .." _,' ",. "1I't':1: ... ", "', ,. .IF ,, .
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. .' THE INCARNATION ST. MARY'S W. M:

"., .. ."" ;, ".. ." '" 1835 N.W. 54th Street Rev. E. A. Culmer, past'or' l
Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr., vlear ,
Susan Butler, reporterSUNDAYS I Sunday School ...........M........... 9:30:
Morning worship ................ 11:00:
Evening worship .................... 7:30:
Solemn Sung Mass and '

Sermon ........................ 8:43: am. The public is cordially invited
Church School and Bible to attend a tea given under

Class .............................. 10 a.m. the auspices of Pulpit Aid Boardat
E. Y. C. Meeting ............ 5:30: p.m 3:30: o'clock at the church hall,
Solemn Evensong and 1807- NW 5th court.

Sermon ............................ 7 pjn
WeekdaysLow GREATER NEW BETHEL

Mass: Wednesday morningsand Rev W. K. Smith, pastor
ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev All Saints Day 6:30: a.in. Mrs. R Conley Clerk

THE MIAMI TIMES "The On Friday August 21 at 8
People' Newspaper"LTUDAY E. D. Richardson pastor at the hone, of Mr. and Mrs.pm. Morning worship ................ '11:00:

AUGUST 22 1959 Minnie. Copeland reporter John H. Anderson there will bea Sunday School......?............... 9:30
PAGE 11 BTU ............................................ 8:30:
Sunday School....................... 9:30: "Night of Games" sponsored' by Evening worship .......... ... 7:00
Morning worship .................... 11:00: the Episcopal Churchmen of the .01. ? :

ST. LUKE BAPTIST NEW BETHEL BAPTIST BTU .......*....'............................... 5:30: Incarnation. There will be games A wonderful ,program is being
Evening worship ................... 7:00: of all sorts. Food and drinks will planned by the choir No. 1 for its
Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor 1571 N.W. 68th Terrace be on sale. Come out and enjoy 16th anniversary Sunday, Aug.
Susie K. Whitehead, reporter Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor. The principal, Sister Richardson yourselves. The Andersons address 23 at 2 p.m. when they will feature -
and leaders of the Vacation Is 1785 NW 55th Terrace.
.day School....................... 9:30 II outstanding singing groupsas
There will be a sale at the Bible School wish to thank every- YOU will have a lot o )rning service .................... 11:00; home of Deacon Laroda 1548 one for cooperating with them Spiritual
.................'.........._............... 5:30 NW 69th st. on throu'ghoct the It is State Tea Timel! The Hianmonlzers, and many other sensational -
Saturday night program.
jfeninj worship .................... 7:00BAHA'l August 22 from 8 until. Please, I Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Pierce say Episcopal Churchwomen of the quartets of choirs the city., choruses They implore and
7.. come out and support the cause. I thanks for the services of the Incarnation is sponsoring its annual you not to miss this inspiring
pro-
State Tea
ASSEMBLYrs. on Sunday. Aug30 -
September 27, has been set Pew Rally gram Visitors are welcome
at
the Carver YMCA 57'70NW
Alice aside for the climax of the men's This week we are celebratingour ,
Evans, teacher at 15th ave. Time: 4 p.m. A well
day activities. On last Sunday pastor's 14th anniversary
fills Wheatley SALTER'S CHAPEL
Elementary night made August 20-23 Sunday 3 planned program has been prepared -
they their kick off pin.
lool, will lead the discussion for Rev. H. J. Benson
atBaha'i your enjoyment. Do pastor
.. with a pew rally, which was a Rev. D. A. Bradley and congre- .
.
Center, 137 NW 11th comelt l Ruth Twlggs. reporter
successful gation, Mt. Carmel aptist' will be
start.
very The resultswas
Sunday
1'e.t will be Aug. 23.in Her ssub.ct $82.29, and to think that Is in charge of the service. Let us Sunday School....................... 0:30:
Building""Religion Tea Charac- only the 'beginning., try and attend these services. Morning worship ................ .,..11:00:
will
Ii6 the discussion/ be follow.served We are doing big things at New Don't forget to attend the Sat- Build up your sects I prestige ACE League ............................ 5:30:
I at p.m.7., Everyone is cordially Bethel and we are'' looking for- urday night Gospel Hour. Bro. Evening worship .................... 7:00:
flted to participate.ST. ward to big and .better things In Reddick Is looking for you. Learn to dance at The pastor will deliver the anniversary -
the future. During the past week Shutins are Rev. Smith, Bro. sermon for St: Paul's

[ FRANCIS XAVIERW the church was given the new Barnes, Bro. Nunn. Continue to Don Strachnn's Dance Studio usher board No. 1 Sunday after-
look on the interior. With the new pray for their speedy recovery. noon The Rev. Washington is
4th Ave. and 18th Terr. paint Job it goes nicely with our Visitors are always welcome. 7168 NW. 16th Ave PL 78766 pastor.
Phone PR 9-1424 new lights which were just Installed -
MASSESStenday' a fdw weeks ago EBENEZER METHODIST

fghy ................................ 8 am We are proud to say that the Rev Aaron D Hall, pastor I
[ ......... 7 a.m. & 8:30: aon Sunday School is making wonderful Ernestine L. Haiptorick' reporter OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
(progress with the help of
[BETHANY BAPTIST the new teachers. 'The new teach The weekly activities of the
SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
era are Mrs. Catherine and church will .igo on as scheduled.
3078 N.W. 45th St. Geraldine Williams I and Mrs. Re- Choir No. 1 will have chargeof PSYCHIC READER
k [Rev Rudy Keaton, pastor becca Burrows. Mrs. Hazel.Levan, class meeting on Tuesday ,
[$ .. Marjorie Shelby, reporter the superintendent of the Sunday night.

r |Evening Service ............ 7:30: pjn School Is back with us from her Plan now to attend the Straw
e' (Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30: p.m studies at FMU and Is making Ride which Is being sponsored by

qty ..N..N.-..... .......... 5fln; njn wonderful plans (with ,her- teachers the Methodist Men, Friday night \
LMoroing Service .N...... 11 u* and the children. August 28 at the home of Mr
Mrs. Erma Stewart left' the cityon and Mrs. Clarence McNeil, 2080( I.
[CONGREGATIONAL last Saturday morning via Rutland St., Opa Locka. Roundtrip
PAA for the city of Nassau Mrs. fare 75 cents. Buses will
H. C. McDowell, pastor Mary Bain'and her daughter are leave the church at 8 p.m.
f' A. E. McNeal, .reporter still 'vacationing there and Mrs The Golden Glee Circle is c

members 'to Eliza Johnson .has returned sponsoring a Garden Tea, Sun-
are urged give lust
rn; from the'beautitcl 23 at the home 01
." Rose SteWart. the month c Mrs. Inez day, Aug.
rd date of birth. This informs.E Simmons has also, returned from Mrs. J. L. Dixon, 1866 NW 69th
E> will be used by Mrs. Frans -- her studies at Bethune Cookman. st from 4 to 6 pm. The publicis
Tucked and her committee fore We are happy to see them go, invited to attend per
wf _
and glad to them
.
sea return.
a
? birthday clubs in the church.'
I The"pastor delivered two won- MT. HERMON A. M. E.

Dr. Robbins Ralph, superin-' derful sermons for us on Sun- Opa Locka i I
ndent of the Florida Congrega-. day. I
onal Conference, in a conference Sister' Sadie Green is on the Rev Samuel Gay pastor Let my Jean of Experience guide and protect yon through

[ with the pastor, made plans sick list we are asking for Aer Publicity Committee Life M A Lighthouse guide the whip In a' storm

r a permanent church. The your prayers. Visit the sick. A Morning worship .................. 11:00:
embers are asked to commit word of consolatin is always a Sunday School....................... 9:30: WHEN OTIIKKS FAIL YOU SEE ME
ems elves on a permanent( or- lift .for the shut-Ins. Evening worship .................... 7:00: For Success in Business And Love
_
anizatlon. Mpa> Things are moving forward. at
BETHEL BAPTIST Mt. Hermon, The biggest little CONSULT. ...HER -
The congregation Is looking church in town. Our pews have
I
orward with anticipation to the Richmond Heights been ordered and will be installed You can now have your homo made happy
[series of biographical sermons on Rev. L. R. Rots Pastor very shortly. Thanks are extended 0 Get and Hold the position you to long wanted

[Joseph, which: the pastor plans, to Jean E. Scott, reporter to all friends and well 4 Don't Stay, In the rut, get out now '

(deliver Visitors in the near future. Sunday School....................... 93:0: wishers that assisted in any way By the help of God she can help you
are always welcome Morning service '.................. 11:00: to make it possible.The .
BTU .......?........,...:..................... 5:30: public is invited and the Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or In
Evening service ........................ 7:00: members are asked to come out trouble '
Notice to Church Sunday morning, Aug. 23. and ,
BlacknelL It will par you to call and see this Gifted Medium First
The Bethel Baptist Church of hear the Rev. J, B.
ReportersIn Richmond Heights Is sponsoringa pastor of Payne Chapel AME'< Where thousands come' yearly for help and advice, you too. can

big family carnival on the Church, West Palm Beach. Rev be touched by this strange mysterious power
an effort to make our church grounds on SaturdaY Blacknell is well 'known, having
church page more Interesting and August 22 beginning sharply at ,astored both St. James and WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPY

navsy may we suggest that our 4 pjm. until 9 p.m. At this'carnival Greater Bethel AME Churches of The same God who delivered loses and the children of Israel
church reporters Include more of there will be live ponies this city.A .
the coming activities in their reports merry- -round, hot dogs, Pep. sale is (given each Saturday of old Is still alive today and will open a way for JOB through
instead of what has taken Cola, pies, games, barbecue ribs night on the church grounds by the troubled sea of life. Let not him that IM blind lead you or
place already. A coming meetingor and several other good thing to one of the boards. Pray for and yon stumble with him.

delegates program to, conventions names of, elected shut- eat. The proceeds from this family visit the sick and shutins. Do you doubt the existence of things because you cannot see
carnival will toward aidingthe
in members, church social functions go them?
finishing of our'church buildin
all certainly, make better ?, therefore the entire' city'' and- HARLEM SQUARE What do you think of the Invisible wave and sounds that
reading than what hu ,gone by. surrounding areas are Invited out make Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television possible?
An exception to this would be SWEET SHOPA
reporting the outcome of special to help make this family carnival A seed before It sprouts lie concealed, secret, silent In the
a big happy and a financialone. FULL LINI OF OROOERIIS T1IRIIH 18 AN "UNSEENPOWER"
events I.e. Men's or Women' dark earth or womb of Nature.
Day, anniversaries, etc. ''
Respectfully submitted, COLD CUTS COSMETICS
We sincerely solicit cooperation Mother Johnson "" fi"esT
your
Therefore acquaint yourself -
in helping make our (paper Rev R. L. Ross, pastor 208 N.W. 10th Strot who is ts' + Il
with the one an .
better one.
a e Church Editor During our revival' August /- authority. Whose private ,

14 we took In 23 persons/ Baptism consultation will evolve you sfR..,
will be held the fourth*Sun
ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. day In this month YES For Rent .to a higher state of mind. I

O. W. Foster, pastorA. The hospitality committee' will ( J
L. Johngou reporter have its talent program on* the FURNISHEDEFFICIENCY All Information is
third .Sunday in September/ Re- '
Sunday School: ........................ 9:45: .freshments.The APTS. Strictly Confidential "
Morning Service .......-....NNN. 11:00 women day program will +
BTU ...........-.................._.....-... 5:30 be held on Sunday, Aug. 27 16.00 Per Week Office Hoars O .m.-3 p.m.
Evening 'worship .......___... 7:00 Free Gas Sunday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. '1

and how FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev. O Free Electricity "' ''
Behold how good Don't Write-Call in Person
'pleasant It Is, for brethren to .. C. J. Burney, putoI'Claudta' O Free Water
dwell together In unity. You are Free Stove DAILY HEADING fl.OO UI
with this Wilson, reporter
invited to worship us
Sunday. A special musical program Sunday School ....................... 9:30 0 Free Refrigerator 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
of Morning1 worsrhlp _..._...... 11:00 '
3 featuring some
the at p.m. choirs of this Evening"worship _.....?.......... 7:00 Newly decorated, attractive
city) ,outstanding sponsored by choir No. 1., BTU ..................._._.-.._.._..... 5:30 furniture : MADAM HUNTER

Our shutins are Mrs. Lena Mit-
: 1657 N.W. 73rd St. Miami
Foster and N.W. 32nd Ave. ,
chell, Mrs. Gallic M. 4190
Miss Annie Houston, Rev. E. D. Register Today .
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Dennis. We pray for you a speedy Your Vote it Needed I----- .__, i-. -' J
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week 2345 NW 56th st. shoes 20c.' handkerchiefs 9c. socks., Mrs. Dorema Davis

5 fcr $1, undershirts 3 for $1, N E 55283Houri All NF rfCHNC01
ROOM for rent in private home.A .
; work shirts 39c, work pants( ) 69c,
gentleman preferred. 1251 NW shoes $1.50.ANNEX : 8 to 4 p.m.
57th St., or phone FR 13215.
I (at 1348 NW 3rd ave.) S5
Irons 79c, fans $1, radios $3.95, \ ;
;FURNISHED ROOM. Hot and i
./ TV's $28, refrigerators $18 and .
cold water, 1986 NW 57th st.
Phone NE 3-6203. S5 $28, stove $2.95 up, everything at Air Conditioned ,
one-half price. ITAIIINO

FURNISHED APTS. Very rea- CAPITOLTHEATRE PETER CUSNIN6 CHRISTOPHER tEF YVONNE FURNEAUX

sonable rents, no increase during LEGAL NOTICES '
season. Adults only, newly decorated STARTS WEDNESDAY
nicely furnished, new lino- NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Sat. MldrW
leums on floors. Large and small( NAME LAW SUN., MON., TUES. CECILB.DI3MILLE'STHE
apartments, ready for immediate '
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Aug. 23 24 25
occupancy' Interviewed Sunday, that the undersigned, desiring to PRODUCTION
Aug. 23, 10 ajn. to 3 p.m. 1190 engage in business under. the fictitious John Wayne In TEN COMMANDMENTS
NW 62nd st. Miami.
name ()fat "Horse Soldier'Plus
number 600 N.W. 7th Ave. in s '
APARTMENT. Close in. Frame the'City of"Miami, Florida intendsto
building, 236 NW 17th st. Call register the said name with ;"Juke Box Rhythm"
OX 1-3494. A29 the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
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Dade 'r4& :$ .
County, Florida. ;,
FURNISHED ROOM. Private entrance Dated at Miami Florida, this
telephone, etc.; 1032A NW 18th day of August, 1959.
69th at.FURNISHED. PERRINE. PEST CONTROL BY, BUNCHETHEATRE I
TRULY NOLEN, INC.
Efficiency. 1870 NW fTRULY NOLEN. Owner OPA LOCXA Ii
55th Terr. NE 50010. Aug. 22, 29, Sept. 5, 12 Tel. NA L7322
Sunday thru Wednesday
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS i
"Gigantis
NAME LAW
FOR SALEBEAiuTlFUL ..
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THE FIRE MONSTER"
bedroom CBS 'that the undersigned, desiring to
home. Six months new, $9800 engage in business under the fic- Pigs tIE
total. Good terms. $850 cash can I titious name ofRESISTANT "TEENAGERS'From
handle. 5717 NW 30th. ave. Galpin ROACHES BY
Outer
Realty, PL 93398. NOLENat Space" e
number 600 N.W. 7th Ave. in -
BAR and Restaurant. Fully the City of Miami, Florida Intendsto -

equipped ready for use. Nice location register the said name with HII
busy neighborhood. Apply the Clerk of the Circuit Court of '
CHARLTON ANNE
YUL
4928 NW 22nd ave., or call NE Dade County, Florida. I /
4-0233. Dated at Miami, Florida, this RITZTHEATRE HE5TONBRYNNERBAXTERCOWARD
18th day of August '1959.

2-BEDROOM CBS, plus 2 rooms rrRULY NOLEN. Owner ; ) G YVONNC $
suitable for efficiency.! Newly Aug. 22, 29, Sept. 5, 12 ROBINSON'DECARLOPAGET
painted. Chain-link fence. Deep ,
;, I lot. Barbecue pit. No qualifying, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS STARTS SUN."Anatomy kA
ti no closing. Law balance. 7573 NW NAME LAW DESRr( JOHN DEREK l
12th court. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of aMurder" Y
4 that the undersigned, desiring to >SIR CtDRIC HARDWICKE' NINA FOCH

LOT. Carver Ranches. Size 146x engage in business under the fictitious 14ARTHA JUDITH VINCENT &
$ 50. For information call JE name of \ 5COHANDERSONPRICEV.
21095. Kinsey.? S12 MICE AND RAT CONTROL.BY James Stewart
1i NOLENat .*.\*i..*...VCNCAJ AACRUCKShown
l 4 Jost L&A5XY..I'.IIO GAII3S.rtmIIC"rwcl
Cemetery lots In Richmond number 600 N.W. 7th Ave. In I ...,,..'S O.T7Ct141atS.J.-.....,
HeJg ts. A bargain on a special the City of Miami, Florida' intendsto ..........., ,.... ..
d-eal.- For information'phone register the said with
'F Fa .9-r,751.. Ask for George. Gabs the Clerk of the Circuit name Court of AJ......r.... rrEcHMCOLoj.
Needed
eon. Dade County Florida. Your Vote is
-_ _\ Dated at Miami. Florida, this & only at 8:30

t CHOICE CORNER LOT, Browns- 18th day of August 1959. Register to Vote! l Plus Selected Short SubjectsTHE
vi11e.;.:.40X110. OTRULY NOLEN. Owner I .,
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CARD ;OF 'THANKS THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' New.pape/' ,

I Personal MentionGarth SATUDAY, AUGUST 22, 1959 PAGE'13WHAT'S

We the family of the later -
KEITH LUNDY Reeves and iwo cnildreh,

wish to express our thanks to Rachel and Garth Jr, returned on HAPPENED TO DAD?

relates; neighbors, and Ifri nds Tuesday afternoon after three
for card of sympathy in our days n Nassau as, guests of the ''..by J.'Edgar Hoover, Director, Federal Bureauttf= Investigation. sIn .
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arrrrJ.,"'Special! thanks to Fran- Roland,: Dcnathans.
'
'
I fjiMrs i the boundaries of, accept)
cis Funeral Home and. the Ven I .//..\ : a large Southwestern city I .
J. E. Culmer. .. Percival A. DeVeaux of not long ago an 8-year-old boy haVlor. DSClpU( Calrlr; andfeslstently : "
The Lundy; Family I Fort: Lauderdale, returned to the was'arrested, repeatedly over a invoked,'breeds"prl d
city on" Monday after attending period of 18m Q nth. for theft, i respect. And children wahtdes-- /

IN MEMORIAMIn the wedding of Rev. Nelson Pin- burglary, and a rs 0 n. Time and perately -|o be disciplined. Superficially .
dec and Miss Marten Grant ofJacksgptl1lle. again local authorities tried to prevail they may rebel. But gn: +
< his father-who earneda deeper level, where character I ia
( Mrs. DeVeaux was upon
memory of our dearly be- the of the groom's family good income but was a heavy formed, a child wants to be leTd
loved father. son and brother, guest and do.,, He
and ,motored: to Jax with them. drinker-to provide closer supervision what he can cannot
I While Jn the city she was guestof over the boy. The man needs guideposts to help him orientate -

Mrs Ralph B. Stewart Sr. and failed to ,cooper- himself to the world.

Arcr" Mrs. Christina Grant, mother of ate, and so another There 'are, of course, those misguided -
the bride. youngsterwas individuals who cry out that
well on his children should be free to develop

j \iMr and Mrs. Arthur Eve Jr. way to joining without authority. But freedom,
a and son of Buffalo, NY, Mr. and ing the ranks of divorced from authority and .dis-'
Mrs. Arthur Eve Sr. and Mr. and hardened crimi- cipline, is a frightening thing andis
Mrs. Welbert! Williams of New nals.SIMILAR the first step toward total moral
Dr. Harry Sweeting, owner of York, City and Mrs. F. D. Clarkeof trag- degeneration. In' a democracy, restraint -
thCl Sweeting's Estate of Fort Melbourne are visiting (with edies are on the and self-control are essential -
Lauderdale, 'known as one of the Mrs. Lillian Sawyer and her sister increase in America in all phases of life. .

world's greatest religious leaders, Mrs. Susie Eve Gresham. today, and Hoover In exercising his authority as man
left the city by Eastern Airline one of the major causes for the of the house, Dad is only acting in
for an extensive vacation in New rise in Jhe juvenile crime rate is accordance with his nature, with
York City and other points east. Addington Cambridge, newspaperman the decline of Dad as head of%the the God-given role of provider and
with the Nassau
Guardian
Dr Sweeting [and his godson will household. Under our present social -
arrived in Miami this week to protector of his children. Ills authority
occupy the luxury apartment short conditions, the pressures of comes directly from God
spend vacation with the
which has been prepared for him a business have estranged thousandsof
George Kilpatrieks of Browns- Himself, and so he must never discipline -
by his brother, Dr. Anthony, located ville. youngsters from their fathers.i his children in the mannerof
at 135th st, the Lenox Ter- In many families, children are in' a tyrant but always as a kind
race, known as the Americana. bed before Dad gets home from and understanding father.
Mrs. Jane E. Herout of 129 NW
work. Under such circumstances,
While in New York Dr. Sweet- 14th st, returned to Miami by MUCII of our juvenile crime today -
w mothers have been forced into
big will be the guest of Dr. and National Airlines after spending: a is due to the fact that ye asa
role of authority and
--" Mrs. George L. Payne of the a very splendid vacation with greater re- nation have failed in maintaining
The that the
result
is
sponsibility.
JAMES Bronx and will also' speak at her daughters in Buffalo, New family restraint and family disci:
MR. HOWARD SR man of the house tends to be looked
the Victory Baptist Church. He York and Newark N.J. pline. We can eliminate many of
who departed this life August 23, upon as merely a weekend handyman
will also attend official meetingat our current headaches and heart
1958. the :United Nations Building. :Mrs. B. Hart was among pas- -a tired silent partner.In aches by restoring Dad to his prop.
live that when
So thy summons He will be the guest of Rev. and< sengers returning from visits in a normal child, the stamp of er Tole in the home. Our present
comes Mrs. E. L. Haywood of Bayshore the Bahamas last weekend. She character is imprinted firmly and juvenile jungle has resulted froma
To That Jcin that innumerable to that caravan NY where he will speak at the went to see her father who has deeply at 'an early 81fe. Youngsterslearn lack of spiritual and moral train.

realm moves, mysterious First Baptist Church. Before returning been sick for sometime.Mrs. quickly from the example of ing. Until parents instill in their

Where each shall take his cham- home Dr. Sweeting will their parents, and it is in his capacity children a deep respect for the
ber in the silent hall of death go to Washington, D. C. where Lillian Archer, Grand as head of the house that teachings of Almighty God and for
|Thou goest not as the quarry he will be the guest of Elder Deputy of the Dt. Elks of the the father can teach his children lawful authority, we can never expect -
slave at night, LlRhJfoot Michaux. Dr. Sweetingwill Bahamas, arrived last week. ,Sheis what is right and wrong and instillin them to obey civil law or the
'ecurged to his dungeon, meet Gov. Rockefellow another < visiting relatives and friends them a fine sense of,discipline. laws of society.

lut sustained and soothed by an officials of the city while. and will attend the ElksNational YOUNGSTERS ask to bo taught I' t ..... ,
!In New York.. Grand Lodge r..iH fcni*I****,n,D.a
unfaltering trust v
Enter: who R.' .
[ thy tgrave as one --

wraps the drapery of his IN; MEMORIAMIn ," ,
couch about him >.' \ __t t(1, tt

nd lies down to pleasant dreams. loving memory of our 'deal ,.
Yvonne J. Howard daughter .', t: I f
mother, ... '
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Shirley A Howard, daughter REBECCA JOHNSON ." "
James Howard Jr., son ., '"-
who departed this life August 16,
Louise Gillison, mother 1940. '

Evelyn W. Madk, sister May she rest in peace. ,

Emily Mingo, sister And even near us, though unseen,
Arthur Mack, brother-in-law The, dear immortal !Spirits Help us
Clifford Mingo tread; I

brother-in-law For the boundless universe is life; Y

There is no dead. i
Mrs. Mena ;:SmlthsMrs 3 I'w'
House of Albert . > ( Mary Smith l

Mrs. Ethel T. Johnson keepthethings
Infant Page, the stillborn girl Mrs. Delia Pomlehta
of Mr. and Mrs; J, P. Page of Mr. Clifton Bullardwas : : '! tt
1435 NW 61st st. died August 14

at Magnolia Hospital and (iw a I

laid to rest Aug. 19. sent. to Midway, Ala. Aug. '

14, 7:45: pjn where final rites and
Mrs. Catherine Rahmlng of h'Jrial were held. '

Nassau, Bahamas died August 17, .

at the home of her son. Donald Elbert B. Boles of 10330 SW

Rolle, 1812 NW 2nd ave. with 177th st., Perrine died Aug. 16 in ds vP '
whom she was visiting only since Jackson Memorial Hospital. :Funral worth
the past Friday. There; are two services will be held Aug.
other sons surviving' ; 7 daughters, _
22 at 2 par at Kerr Memorial: .
Mrs. Elnora Bain of r
Including Methodist Church Perrine, Rev. _
Miami; a niece and a host of other E J. Sheppard officiating. He is e _
relatives. Funeral will be conducted I
mrvived by a son of Englewood
Thursday at 8 p.m. at I VJ.; two daughters; a sister of
Temple Baptist Church with Jlev, I Hastings and two brothers.ASTHMATICS. keepingNobody 1
L. A. Thompson officiating. She i
_. _
will lie in repose in the church 1 -- a tn,
from 3 pjm. Thursday until fun- hta'I
eral time and will be sent to
Nassau on Friday where final
rites and burial} /twill take place. "',.", 'Irnnh. effective r e I 1 e I f / I
from c hold n ic. rnrklrnr hronAMhmfi

Willie Williams of 1331., NW rh" >--rMmT Get Reno ': '

3rd: ave., died in Kendall ,Hospital h.p 1ir'MhP- what youIxfn '. \ ;
Aug. IS following a brief have' inli"*lnff., Thor*'* IKInh

illness. He is survived' by several -titutf for original' Breath. I has to tell you why you,, And money saved by individuals to 1 1"
relatives of Quincy. Funeral -my Inhnlint and nebulizing net
arrangements are incomplete.. 3rt comfort by brmtblnjr. Gnarintewl. peace. You see it in your help keep our economy strong. ,
I
I. ., eyes and hear it in his Your Savings Bonds, as a direct
Funeral Services' for Mrs. Mary
Hayes, 22035 SW 115th ave., I R.1 rWUfl DFPT. STORK laughter. investment in your country, make ,fl'-i

Goulds, who died in Kendall
Hospital: Aug. 15, were held .!t$1, 1. r_. ''I'- won'tkeep you a Partner ;in strengthening ;
But just wanting : At
August 19. 2 pjm. at Mt. Pleasant peace America's Peace Power
Baptist Church, Goulds, Rev. it r. You need to back your 1
Dolphus], pastor officiating. Sur- NOW RENTINGTO Bonds you buy will earn money :

vivors are: a daughter; a grand I wanting with money. Peace costs for you. But the most important f. ,
SELECT
ADULTS
daughter and a grand son. Inter-
ment in Paradise.Mrs. 'money. thing they earn is peace. They help

Isabelle Williams of 1214 ONE BEDROOM Money for strength to keep the us keep the things worth keeping.

NW 66th st.. died at her home UNFURNISHED. APTS. peace. Money for science and eduThink it over. Are you buying as
foliaIng a l length'y illness, Aug. .
., 12. Her survivors' are a daughter, y cation to help make peace lasting. many as you might? ,
Mrs. Ellen Knowles of Nassau, p' .' I'
L'ENGEEPatio ..
8 grandchildren and 24 .great

grand children. Services will be Help Strengthen America's Peace Power > j
21 at 2pm. :
conducted Friday Aug. ,... .r.: 4&: : , tF r jt"i 9"
in the chapel! with her pastor .. . : .
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Elder C. B Rock officiating. .,I .\\t# ....J. .. I .". .; I' It;;.
*she cvtll lie ,instate In' the chapel ; :*%. : ....... '. .u.y :u ..Si Sa.y .ngsj.Bonds: y:$: -
until
( ,ircm 3 p.m. Thursday Cor. 58th St. and ,
funeral time with ,burial in Llnccln .

Memorial.The 12th Aver II ) Th VS. Government don not pay for thi adunl ,m'"I. The Treatury Department thankt, '
tor thtir. patriotic Th Advertising Council and ' -1
body of Kelton Scott who .

lived at 2721, NW 44th st. and .... THE MIAMI TIMESilia
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MAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper"PAGE Revivals on at Carver Branch with some crazy sounds, and
for
w provided the background
14 SATURDAY AUGUST 22, 1959 YMCA Benefit Heldat 'Bobby Brown's singing The Pal-
Allen Chapel los, a fine quartet, did.their lead-,,
NHS Is Success
ing songs on recordings. Myrtle
Allen Chapel began an old t Jones' Trio really held the audi-
CARDSMEMORIALSCARD fashioned Revival 'Meeting on the On August 10 John Carmichael ence. This .was the ,stage of the
corner of NW 5th ave. at 22nd I. of radio station WFEC produced show when King Coleman shook
.. terr., Monday night, Aug. 17 a shdw at Northwestern High the audience up with his crazy
School for the benefit of Carver act.
I These meetings are ,being con- Branch YWCA. Curtain fell at
OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn ducted by the Rev. F A Allen, '8 pm. Some of' Miami's leading Leroy Lang and band, featuring -
sad, but loving memory of i presiding elder of the Nor t h personalities In the entertainment singers Frank Legree and
family of the late, my dear mother, Miami District of the AME field participated. Thomasina Fields, held the show
DEANIE GREER MRS. MARTHA SMITH Church. A great pulpiteer, the The show opened with Butter- for the finale.
wish to thank the many friends! who departed this life Aug. 20, public is invited to come and ball of WMBM swinging a fine (Blanche Calloway, Ed Cook,
and neighbors for their kindnessand 1S44. Gone but not forgotten. May dear' him, and share in this mammoth latter party This was followed Rockin' Rogers and Johnnny
sympathy shown during its she rest in peace. crusade for Christ. The by the Pen Mi Jes, five young Carmichael c.f WFEC, along with
recent bereavement. Your cards, Mary Clark, daughter meetings will run indefinite. ReV men singing fine renditions of Butterball and King Coleman of
letters, telegrams and flowers are E. M. Blocker is pastor of Allen swing songs. WMBM, M-ced segments of the
appreciated. IN MEMORIAMIn Duke Jenkins upset the crowd show'
Special thanks to Range Fun-

eral Home, Mt. Zion Baptist loving memory of our dear Seniors . .
Church, Dorsey Jr. High School mother and grandmother the late, ,
and Dade County Teachers' AssocIation SUSAN VERNICE PINDER Funeral services for Bertram i
who departed this life on Aug. Samuel Moss (May God bless each of you. 21, 1958.
was held Saturday, Aug. 15 at
T. S. Greer, son Now the labourer's task Is o'er, Beulah Baptist Church in Coco- I asVs%" >\
Nannetta Greer, daughter Now the battle day is past; nut Grove with the Rev. E. R. ',. ,9/lete utsrn f Fru aK! r enM ttiftt* *TP.
Now upon the farther shore Ferguson officiating
CARD OF THANKSThe Lands the voyager at last. 53fefc."V V
Father, in Thy gracious keeping Funeral services for James a -
family of the late, Leave us now thy servant sleep- Sumpter of 1822. NW 2nd court :!"t:"
JAMES HERRING ing.Dykes.The was held Thursday, Aug. 19 at --=W. -
/wish to thank their many friendsfor Family the chapel with the Rev. C. C.
cards, florals and other expressions McClary officiating'
of sympathy during IN MEMORIAMIn sear
their hour of bereavement.Mrs. sad but loving Funeral George
memory of Stewart of 2194 NW 5th ave. are 1
Ellen Shipman, sister I our dear husband and father, ,

Mrs. Nola Herring sister-in-law, ._,...-- ._, . .. .., 22 tentatively at the set Baptist for Sunday Church Aug.In LESTER C. ALBERT, Funeral Director

Rhine, Ga.Funeral. 6942 N.W. 15th Avenue J- OX. 1.7661

Expression of Thank services for James
Thomas Fulpher of 2716 NW 46th
We. the family of the late, st. was held Friday, Aug 21 at
BEATRICE CALIXDWAY the chapel with the Rev. C. C.
JORDAN McClary officiating. M Mi'
who died August 7, 1959, wish to
thank the many friends for flow-
ers, cards, telegrams and cars
donated. Many thanks to the s ,. I
Range Funeral Home and Rev. T
E. Jackson and Mt. Zion Church. 5 S L;

Lucy Calloway, mother _
Alice Lee, sister ,4CWI


IN MEMORIAMIn rWITH

sad but loving memory of
our dear, father, 1 .
CHARLES W. KNOWLESwho
passed away, August 20 i f
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We traveled life
For many, manyyears together __._..",.,,_ .... __',___n__" __ sal AtiuK RAM.,0....* OMCT RAM LkwvMd Z.NJ.ft'.F..eraI'Dinette

Until death came to part, us. THOMAS E. CASH SR. Kah't 1 I
And leave me here in tears. who departed this life Aug. 18,
Though pain can be forgotten 1952. ,
As time goes swiftly by, When the day of toil is done,
It's Just the hours of loneliness When the race of life is run, mi'Y,7
That sometimes GET ALL THE LATEST TUNES AT . .
make me cry Father,> grant Thy wearied oneRest
Sadly missed by, for. evermore. .
I The Knowles...Family Mary E. Cash, wife COMMUNITY DRUGS
(Mildred Cash, daughter
IN MEMORIAMIn Michael T. Cash, grandson 6750 N.W. 15th Are. TIlE apl,,
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loving memory of'
JAMES ARTHUR HOYTE

MARY. JaANE HOYTE 'BARKLEY'S CUJ-RAJE STOREThe ,

who died August 22, 1928 and i
August 21, 1941 respectively. Friendly Store With The Warm:Welcome a _ali
'Tis sad to think of death how lG IM P .-_--- -- ---
cruel 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. hone FR 4-2376'I Liter=
To tear from you the ones your
dearly love THE FINEST PRODUCTS AT CUT RATE, PRICES I'' I'
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Helena L. Slfoates,
Emmelyne L Hughes, Silent Night; Woody Glen;'High Heels; Tweed
Jestina Elvira Bourne, Glen Bath Powder; Cashmere Dusting Powder

__ daughters Artha Greasells Vanishing Cream POPULAR RELIGIOUS .- CLASSICAL
45's LP Stereo
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YOU NAME IT -'WE'VE GOT IT

.In, sad but loving memory of j John A. McMinn, Owner Katy Taylor Ernestine HambrickWANTED

our dear mother,and .grandmothers .






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ESSIE MARSHALL
who departed this life August 25, 'fOUNDATION INVESTMENT 3.You have been a resident of Florida' for one
.J958. .:year. :

Gone,. but forgotten 4.You have been a resident of Dade County
(May she rest in peace. COMPANY for six monthsIf
!Mr. Joe Marshall, son .
'Mrs. Vinel Kelly, daughter have moved to address within the
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BETHANY BAPTIST MT.. ZION BAPTIST MT. TABOR BAPTIST THE MIAMI TIMES."The' Peoples'"Newspaper"SATUDAY '

3078 N.W. 45th St. Lu auia Knqx Mrs. Ala I Hicks '
reporter
AUGUST PAGE 15
Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor Public Ilelationa Officer 22, 1959
NOTE: Visitors. are always we)
MarjorIe Shelby, reporter Zion Hope M. ,Baptist come. .

Sunday School....................... 9:30: 1710 N.W. 69th St. and 17th Ave. Order of Service I.. __-_ __ __ __- __ __ u_ __ __ __ __ at
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Morning worship ...............?.?. 11:00: Rev. C. W. Scott Sunday School l ...............,........ 9:30 will meet August p.ra.
BTU .........................,,?............... 53o: pastor Morning worship 11:00 Broward the home of Mrs. Eleanor Dowe,
Evening worship ..........;..:...... 7:00: Sunday School 9:30 JJTT ....,......::..........................; 5:30 t 4444 wcod.: SW All members 17th st., West are asked Holly-to
Morning Service 11:00 I Hnlng ,worship ...............?... 7:30: County be present. Mrs. Fannie Williams, \.
NEW HOPE P.B. CHURCH BTU 8:00 .
Evening Service 7:00 NEW HOPE BAPTIST News president.
Rev. H. C Samuel
< pastor Prayer Meeting BtfO
Mrs. Evelyn Granger, reporter (Tuesday night) Kt'v. Junu'a E. Brown pastor t Magnolia Hospital
Rev. H. C. Samuels. paste uro Vuudell' Bovan, reporter
Mrs. Evelyn Granger,' reporter ByWalttr Baby boys .born -this weekto
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Sunday School ...........,... ....!.. 930 were
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Morning service ?.................. 11:00: ? Bowe Mrs. Hosea Mack Mrs. Robert
Morning service .................... 11:00: 14 th Ave. and 69th Street Morning worship ................ 11:00: _ ... Murphy and Mrs. Virgil Po1laok.
Evening worship .................... 7:00 -- -- -- -- .r-o
Evening Service ...,...........,.. : A born to'Mrs.'
? 7:00: Sunday School........... 9:30 am baby girl was
BTU .....;......................... .,.... .,. 5:30: '
Morning worship .................... 11:00: Morning Service ............ 11:00 a.m. ? ? Walter Blatch and son, Walter Earl Lewis' and a. baby girl was
The pastor and delegates left Westminster Fellowship 6:00: !pm Jr., left on Monday for two weeks' born to Mrs Mamie Evans by
for Tampa where they will attend Evening Service 8 p.m. Church of TransfigurationEpiscopal vacation in Nassau. He will} also caesarean section. Babies and
mothers splendidly.
doing
are
visit relatives at Andros Island
sessions national
of the Primitive (
)
Baptist Convention of U.s.A. ST. JAMES BAPTIST 2571 N.W. 152nd Terr. Accident victims were Charles

The No. 2 choir Is sponsoring a Rev J. L. Johnson pastor Vent John E. Culmer Melvin Seymour of Carver Carvls and Clara Williams.
Ranches, left for Nassau on a business -
musical program tonight, Aug. 21. Sundry Service priest in charge last wedk. He I Surgical patients were Paul
Various choirs and groups (will 1 :nnaay School,.......... 9:30: ajn Stanley Sweeting, reporter enjoyable trip stay. reportsan Patterson, brothers Victor and
entertain you. The public Is Invited Morning Worship ........ 11:00 am Services: every Sunday Rudolph Ludky, Mrs. MarjorIe
Mother Sarah Smith is on BTU .. .......................... 5:30: p.m Morning worship .................... 9:30: Rhodes and Hansel Brownly
the sick list. \'v nlne Worsulp ............ 7:30: p.m Sunday School ,..................v, 10:30 Star Light Lodge No. 542 meetson Medical patients:: included Ches-
Friday night, Aug. 21 at 8
Victors alway welcome ter Coachman, Mrs. Rose Hester,
ST. LUKE BAPTISTSusie :323 N.W. 14th o'clock at the Masonic Templeon
St. Mrs. J. P. Page, Mrs. Esther Fel-
MT. ZION A. M. E. Pembroke Road. All mebbers
ten, James Ingrahanx and Mrs.
Kate Whitehead, reporterRev. are asked to be present.
Mt. Pleasant Methodist Eva Coleman.
P. W. Williams, pastorS 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St.
2170 Washington Street Opa Locks Alvin James and Mrs. Mildred Vacationing at 'Nassau is Vir-
School ....... ............
nday ? .. 9:30: Opa Locka Rev. C. J. Jenkins, pastor James and daughters left for Ft. ginia Tresvant, receptionist and
Morning worship ...*........... 11:00: Sunday School............... Myers and Gainesville last girl Friday to Harvey Strauss
Sunday School............... 9:30 am. 9:30: a.m ,
,BYPU ...................,..._........;...... 5:30: Morning ............ weekend. Magnolia Hospital Administrator.
4 Morning worship ............ 11 am. worship 11 a.m
Evening/worship .......*........... 7:00: League ................................ 5 pm Virginia plans to spend some time
.A Green Leaf Tea will be sponsored TRIUMPH CHURCH Evening worship ................ 7 p.m. Jerry, our Sun-Tattler and Mi. with relatives, but most of her
.bv the Home Mission and ami Times carrier in Carver time Is to be spent resting and
Ycung Matrons of St. Luke Sun Prince H Mobley, pastor Ranches, was out of town last sunbathing so she'll feel fit for
day, August 23, 4-to 6 pan at the S.s. S. Daniels, reporter Matthew Temple AMEZ weekend another term of routine at Magnolia.

home of Sally Newton, 2033 NW School cf Wisdom .............. 10:00 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. Other vacationers are Ella
'59th st. We are asking each Evening service ...............?....... 8:00: Rev. Daniel Pridgen, pastor Beauticians1 Unit Hallandale No. Sfl. of Milligan, R.N. and Hope Kinsey
.
member to cooperate during our West Hollywood and RN.SEEKING
Sunday School
Women's( Day drive. MT CALVARY BAPTIST'Rev. 9:45: am.
Morning
Worship 11:05: am.
We ask your prayers for Sister E, M Thomas, pastor Evening Worship 7:30: pm. I
Minnie Pearl Jones who Is ill at Phyllis) Myers reporter HAPPINESS AND PEACE?

Jackson Memorial Hospital.We Sunday School....................... 9:30 GREATER
want to thank each one for Merning( -w or>ship .................. 11:00: BETHEL A.M.E
participating in our revival to BTU ......?................................... 5:30 Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor Find it in the Catholic Church
make it a success. Evening worship .........?......... 7:00 Mrs. Jenette Folson, reporter
FREE instructions given at your convenience
TEMPLE BAPTIST Sunday School.............?..?.., 9:30:
TRINITY WESLEYAN Morning worship ...?,.......... 11:00:
Sunday will mark the second Evening worship ?....,......,....., 7:00: HOLY REDEEMER CHURCH
annual observance of Men's Dayat Rev! George I E!: Johnson! pastor
Temple. The men are going all 1 v1r Phvlll Andrews reporter
out to make this occasion a success inday School ................. P l.lYI NOTICEThe ,
spiritually! and financially. +IfJfnlni! worship .... .,......... ll:0: ( Call PL 9-2369 1301 N.W. 71st Street
,
The men's chorus, with C. Am- .rll People'" Meeting 5 p,m Greater Miami Worthy .
brrse: directing, and Leroy Matrons Club OES will meet at ..i _
Thompson at the
Hammond or- the home of Matron Gertrude
can !Is being
whipped into shape MONROE MUSIC HOUSE Lattimore, 3160 NW 44th St., at
to give
special service for the
4 o'clock Sunday, Aug. 23
day.,
Everything in Gospel, Music Matron Charlotte Clark,
Chairman A J. Hanna, and cochairman Everything for the Church. president ExpresswayHouses
T. BonIvy, with the Hymnals, Furniture. Mail orders Matron Gertrude Lattimore,
captains, and the men at-large. promptly filled. 936 N.W. 3rd secretary
promise to make this another big Ave., Apt. 1. FR 4-8904, Miami, Matron Lillian Pleasure, '
day in Temple. This women have Fla. reporter
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promised to back them
up all the '"'-


way.The guest speaker at 7 p.m.' Do you own property in the Bahamas Concrete Block and Frame '
will] be the Rev. Oman Pratt

I at B.A.Temple.. B.D. Plan to spend the day Would you like to.sell-Gr buy? ,DELIVERED TO YOUR LOT ,


i Coming! The No. 1 choir will WRITE TO SALES OFFICE
I present Leroy Thompson in organ
rrcital Monday night, August 31. 6901 '''N.W. 5th Court PL 8.1261'Downtown
Mr. Thompson Is a senior and SANDS REALTYP.O.
organist at Benedict College. Offices
This promises to be a musical

feast Box 1147 Nassau, Bahamas Room 504, Industrial Bank Bldg.

Ferguson On the sick Nathaniel list: Mrs.Johnson Zora, 25 W. Flagler Street-FR 4-1811

Bob Hudson Henry Sturrup, Ernest , ,
L "
Butler, I. Arnett.
The Daughters of Naomi will
celebrate their anniversary at
Temple program Sunday is prepared., 3:30: 'p.m. A spicy Attention All ParentsOF DO YOU WANT TO KEEP PHYSICALLY FIT 7

DO YOU WANT TO REDUCE

Ml. CALVARY
BAPTIST Then, take advantage of these

n,... t, \4 Thnme. ".tn CHILDREN IN GRADES 1-10
Phvlh'' Mvprs. rpportpr OPENING SPECIALS I

Sunday School.........,............ 9:30
Morning service .................... 11:00 We are now beginning registration of JOIN THE MECHANICAL
Evening service ........................ 7:00 '.'

,The junlcr church will sponsor Bethany 'Seventh Day : GYM CLUB
a program on next Sunday in behalf
cf Men's Day. The public is
invited.I Adventist Jr. Academy 100 Charter Members Wanted-50 Men and

take' this time to thank Miss 50 Ladles
Holden for making the reports '
while I was on vacation. 5001 NW. 25th' AVENUEAn $6.00 Per 'Month
We otter a prayer for the sick
and shutins and hope for thema Also join theMASSAGE
speedy recovery. accredited private school open to all who qualify/

CLUBwhich

Phone OX 1-6912 .O.
entitle to one week
you massage a
'
.. Huberts Battery TO HELP YOUR CHILD OBTAIN A "BETTER $15.00 per month .


",'.. Rebuilding. EDUCATION" WE PROVIDE Hours i 10 a.m. to 10 pm

'T.. <..\., 6 Volt Batteries $5:95 up .

4I (with exchange) 1-Select. .. .Christian Teacher} 2--Smaller Classes ,

';..
4: Generators Starter VoltageRegulator
3-Modern Facilities at a low tuition rate
'f Complete Brake .
"r > Service 601 N.W. 2nd Ave.MiamiFor
r. interested please call PL 7-5704 now

7612 N.W. 22nd Ave. Au<22. further information call FR 1.2771





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PAGE 16 SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1959FOR TV Set to WinnersLouise .

Griffin (right) WFEC
I
I disc Jockey, presents a TV set to
Miss Pharestlne 'Rogers of 648
1 1; sA4 NW 12th st., an', employee 'at
R t ,,' Jack's Men's Shop Miss Roger
was the third winner In the con.
test sponsored by the radio sta
tion.

d f Looking on and awaIting his
tor set Is Patrolman Robert B. In.
qraham Of 1721 NW 57th et :
Ingraham Is married and wife : j JY
Wanda Is a secretary at Chris.tian ')' :
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I'll help. Solution available If
instructions followed. Strictly ,
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Lv JOHN WAMSTEKERDept. II
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Just Built-Beautiful! ! Opa Locka Gorgeous! !

ns Yes! Only.$795 Down-Move Right in

If you want joyful and comfortable living*-Do'not miss It

r2) See our Mr. Bliss Sunday 1 to 6, p.m.-1711 1718 N.W. 153rd St.

rI i BEDROOMS I BUILT IN OVEN AND RANGE, >t
742 NW 3rd ; 1 9 TILE BATHROOMS TERRAZZO FLOORS
;U ALL CBS BUILT 0 ALL JALSOUSIED .
FR 1 o LARGE LOT NO CLOSING COSTS
f e OUTSIDE PATIO 1 PAYMENT EACH MONTH
AND t '
NE '1 Duplex-CBS Only $295 Down,
See '1402 N.W. 56th St. For this brand new 3-bedroom CBS
Only $795 Down home. All grassed front lawn. City X
S. !t; Buys this duplex. City water. Close to water. No clolng.COlta. no extra ki .
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RegisteredReal b 2 t i buses. Terrific buy. One payment. charges. Move right In. One payment. !K

Estate 13 t Brown Sub Brand New CBS
::1 North Miami Beach-Brand New 3-Bedrooms

p --.::::, rc'h"-_': _'__.< . I ]t t' Only $495 Down Only $795 Down I
i a Buys this lovely 3 bedroom CBS homo ;
All fenced Includes shower door t tt
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1 i utility room, citY' water, close to shop and Venetian blinds with separate .
I TV SICK ? i t tJ ping ahd buses. Priced low I 11! utility. Move right In. II<

It! Home and Income-Clean R
Then dial FR 4.2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. a tl t Corner CBS Only $795 Down r

'SAME DAY SERVICE / iUi Only $895 Down $17.50 week pays all. A 2-bedroom Ui.U
Buys this brand new 3-bedroom CBS partly furnished, with a small cottage in
ALL.MAKES ALL MODELS !: ; home. Near school, shopping. Only completely furnished i in rear. City i rltalt I.I.U J
water. Close to alt
one mortgage. Do not waitll! shopping and buses.
Picture Tube Special17inch$22.95 iUi I i One mortgage.n!

21nch-$29.95 =tn Gorgeous Custom Built Beauty If you own a lot in Opa Locka Liberty iUt
.a t For the particular buyerwho can afford City, North Miami Beach.: List U
-e- ;2 luxury living. A brand new with us for quick cash sale. We havelt'.
; SERVICE, CALLS-Day or Night .................... $2.50 t1 2 i corner CBS bedroom, 2 baths, 75x buyers. Best prices obtained. Fast Cult ilI
lI 110 lot. Jalousied Florida room, hard closings. If you Want to build on your ltis '
Nite 'Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charges ;1 is wood floors, closed garage. lot, call ual! f
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Just received shipment of 45 RPM phonograph -- ,,
1 : -. Records:'- All late hits.;, Special-3 ,.for. $1.00 : H
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