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Title: Miami Times
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Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: August 30, 1958
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Seven persons, including three Negro men and a

woman, and three White men, died instantly, last Saturday -

I. afternoon when a popular Homestead businessman's Fight to Save Thief of $1.95,1-,1,1IN'EW

t head-on speeding into sedan a Texas edged tourist's into the car.wrong lane and smashed worst, ,

Polifce! officials_ said it was Dade County's
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highway crasn Of tne year., YORK (CNS) If der Alabama law robbery Is a
The Negro victims of the fatal! condemned Jimmy Wilson, a :55 I capital offense) although only 4 II IIi'iJt
crash are: James Howard Sr. 42, year old handyman sentenced to men have been executed for theft
"driver of the car, of 1515 Red- death for robbing an elderly and all four have been Negroes)
land Road; Earl Toney, of 347 White lady of $1.95 doesn't realize -
the severity of his sentence- "You people north of the Ma-
SW 7th ave.; Thomas Lloyd 758:
SW 9th St; and Mrs. Gladys. then surely the many .American: son-Dixon Line are sure to" haveeverything

Johnson, 34, of 635: SW 6th Terr, ty s -Northern and Southern will wrong again, the
all of Homestead. explain to him In this modern day lawyer yelled at reporter."There's .
The White victims are: Ches- such (petty crimes just aren't no doubt ttjat} this nig-
punishable by dath. ger did it. He tried to rare this
ter Roy Anderson, 48, vacationIng -
feeble old white lady,
from Ft. Worth, Texas hi
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(However, Wilson's lawyer, >
son. .Chester, 18, and John Alfred Southern Gentleman Sheldon "You people are good Intending
Rell, a hitchhiking sailor folks but you should come down
Fitts of Marlon, Alabama, remark -
t stationed on a 'Navy ship In Key that his! :c lent got off well. here and see: the n'ggers!' we got.
West. In Fitts' oWn words, 'That nlg We dcn't hate our nigger down

i' HIGH SPEED BLAMED ger was lucky' he wa.n't: lynch\ here Why, I loved' ,my old nigger
ed." mammy and 'I have some good
} The Florida Highway Patrol friends who are niggers. It's just
and the Dade Road Patrol officials Scheduled to die September ft that we got our; place and they
l, blamed hijh' speed and driver In the electric chair, Wilson, now got theirs."
error for the crash. Safety and waits calmly In the death row .
.. road officials said the collision at Atmore Prjson Farm, un
; pointed up the need for more aware of the national, interest ,SECOND MIAMIAN .
E highway' patrolman and four- his case hat created. He has \ J (\ft;) ll',". ,. '.jW)':J;
lane roads. served prison terms twice for EARNS l'ioot..J.: :

r thoeft. While letters are bombarding Anxiously awaiting the toll of 'I
1 the school bell In tees petite Mis
Among others are being received by War !iBernese B. Williams The 1958

i p t.\. daughters, Yvonne and Shirley, den Steve (Nixon who Is as iS1: J3TW" has been elected as
Howard was reported to have hi: mother, Mrs. Louise Gillin- baffled as the lawyer as to why :F, Payne, a graduate of junior attendant to the 1958
: been driving in a ipre-arranged ;on and three sisters, Evelyn people are so excited. The Warden George Washington Carver High "Miss Southern" She is an Alpha -
race when the accident occurred Mack, Emily Mtago and Pearl insist that Wilson himself .is School here, hat been ,awarded Kappa Alpha soror,, majoring '
according to Highway officials. Gillinson. prepared to die. a Doctor' of Philosophy degree in In English and Library Science -
I Officials said Howard ,left Zoology at the University of
at Southern University
Funeral services in
his for Toney Meanwihlta' the NAACP and .
a bar at; 2:10: pjn. in Florida I Iowa. '
Baton La.
will be held Saturday at 7 p.m. other organizations are working Rouge ''i

at the Greater New Mt. Zion against time in an effort to con- He received his master of
.y Church under the direction of the Oe:ides maintaining a "B" average r
vince Gov. Folsom to ,commutethe science degree at Iowa In 1930.
she holds In II i
House of Albert. membership
sentence to life imprisonment. Since then he has been a member several organisations ;i''
And feels there of the Department of Biology campus
lawyer he
Following the services, the and Is "Sweetheart of the Veteran '
Ff iar body will lie in repose at the : is nothing to be done since un- at Morris Brown College :' Club." ,;

chapel of the funeral home until . "
w Monday evening when' it, will be
shipped to Lee+aburg for burial.

Toney and is a survived three sisters i 97 New Teachers in DadeNinetyseven Little RockDecision I.

s Funeral services for loyd will
be held on Saturday at 1 p.m. new teachers will son, James Randolph, Leroy Dan-
at the Church of God of Prophecy meet Dade County's record school iels, Harold Guinyard, Marguerite -
"y in Home:"lead under the (direction enrollment Tuesday, They are: Miller, William Wears, Loraine Due Sept.1
Y of the Bain's Funeral'lpme Farrlngtpn, Betty Sutton, ,;
with G. W. CARVER JR-SR. Wallls Ha \
Bishop Peter Davit officiating Edwin Demeritte, mmBUNCHE
The body can be seen at Clarence Brown, Harold Mar- PARK WASHINGTON' The Su-
Bain's Funeral Home !in' Coco- tin, Philip Cooper, Alice Martin, Ruby Jean Williams premo Court Thursday deferred

nut Grove from 3:30: Friday until MAYSJR.SR.. Pauline James, Louise until Sept. 11 a final decision on
8 o'clock Saturday morningand Lewis, Leo Thompklns.DUNBAIR the Little Rock school segregation -
C. Prime, David Boone, A.
at the church from 7 o'clock care.
I I Counts, M, Moss, L. D. Kennedy,
Saturday morning until funeral Lorraine Bethel, Ha M. Jordan,
'time. A Hollis, II. Ammons, W. An- Jefferson Reaves, Dorothy Ward, After a three hour session that
ders Silvia Regan. saw Thurgood Marshall give a
Lloyd ts surived by sits wife, NORTHWESBRN PHYLUS WHEATLEY' brilliant 80-minute opening address -
JAMES HOWARD mother, four brothers and a sis- Charles Baker, Ella Brown Yvonne Deveaux, Carrie Hill, the court decided to hear

f Driver of Death Car ter. Cecil Barr, Gloria Randolph Gwendolyn Greene, Gary further arguments on the case in
f r' Nathaniel Robinson two weeks' because It had been
Brown Samuel
Funeral services for Mrs. Mul-!
City Saturday and had passed BOOKER T. WASHINGTONJames PARK informed that the opening of
tins will be held on Saturday at Helen Peavy Central School had
\ through the, downtown traffic Campbell, Roberta Cogdell, Margie Henry High been
r' and three miles down the highway II am. at St. Paul Baptist Robinson, Ezell Jenkins Lillle Dorothy Milloy, Francis postponed until Sept IS.
Church In Homestead under the
toward the keys when the direction of the Richardson Fun- DORSEY Mary Bannerman.JR. HIGH/ Scott, Alice Marlin, Robert The Little Rock School Board

wreck' happened at 2:20: pjn eral Home. The body of Mrs. Charles Austin, Eldred Waters, Scott, Alice Marlin.POINCIANA. wa given until Sept. 8 to file an

t., I Mullint can be seen at the funeral Grace Galloway, Julius Lee. Ka- PARK appeal from a decision of the
I home from 12 noon Ruth Heastle, Everette Stuart,, Eighth Circuit Court of Appeal
tie Arnold, Catherine Leaks, '
Oldsmobile 00 and crashed head until funeral Sr., Sadie Mae' Murray, James The .Appeal Court reverted I
time. .,..
Into Nancy Menchan Ira ,
on BuIck ,
a Century driven Johnson. !'
f'f't by Anderson. Mrs. Mullens is Frida"l A.'bertV.. Ccoke. R. R. taro an Lemley order that by Federal would Judge delay Harry integration

(Howard reportedly wealthy five children, her mother NORTlf DADE Erma Adams, Rudolph Adams, at the school for 2ft
and influential was man in South- father and a sister. Vernon Wilder:, Hartman GJbIronicajly. Francena B rut o n, Christine years ,/
Carter Walter Frierion. Moses
r ,- 22 Dade.houses He owned two bars and Poole,' Jewell Donegal; iris Wil I I However, the Appeals Court ." '
f in Homestead. He ap- liams. granted I stay in its order until I 'i
peared before e grand Jury in HOLMES ELEMENTARY the Little Rock School card could I ,w:,
4 1956 during a numbers (wrote. Negro Qualifies ..!
I : ) Mildred AnrtbrUter carry its CIte against integration I !
t., FOUR VICTIMS FUNERALS A. L. LEWIS to the Supreme Court. I .
Thelma King, Bernard Pen- .;, '."
t SATURDAY nington, Laural Caldwell, Carole .: '
$ .d. For Law School Lee, Mary Gloria Phillips. JOE LOUIS AND
iltoward1r body was< released FRANK C. MARTIN
.. to the M. S. Allen Funeral Home CaUhrine Saunders.
where services will be held Sat-
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Fails Teat
arday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Hawkins Alice Pittman, JuanlU Patton,
'-.. the Greater New Mt. Zion AME Virgil Hawkins, Mrs. Fox, Earl Williams. NEW YORK Former .
Church in Homestead with the Gainesville The Universityof who waged a nine-year battle chatnplon heavyweight I ,
"- Rev. M. 3. Fayion officiating. Florida announced this week with the state to enter the law Min(] wife J0..Latsacond :
't' 'The body will lie in repose at that one of two Negroes -who school, failed to make a qualifying Mary Beatrice Brown, Is announced 9ttes4hs/j! .. '
/", .. the funeral home from 12 icon took qualifying teits to enter the rjcore on the exam. Federal Alice M. Ctapp, Lucille, Sneed, seeking an annulment, of blreir :!
..: until 5 pjn. Friday and at hithome law school this fall had passed. Judge Dozier Devane ordered Doretha Mitchell, Jacob Cohen 1*. .-:' 1 ....t,. .' i
{ from: 8 pxn. until funeralt1me" Unofficial sources said Carl Os- that qualified Negroes be admitted Erma Baiters, Mary N. Bloom- Rose Morgan w : _"i( 1.' I
borne of Jackonville had scored tJ> the ur verdt,'. graduate
field.fl4 beauty bop '
Howard i fa survived by his the necessary point to becomethe school in an order June 18. .AL PARK operate., the

wife, Mabel, two sons, James, first Negro to attend the Integration at the university Henry Goa Roland Rolto, Betty annoW\Ctmrat 1h #< l"l sat
Jr end Willie Frank, two state school. U U pected 19 be quiet, 'I Jenkins, Georgia Mae dark. tom.,.. 'i-ii; :i"i' .
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D. C., Colllngton
For $30,000 . Tallahassee Coach Jake
Coach RudoLh "Bunky" Mat The Florida
Augustine -
of the defending
Gaither, head mentor -
national championship thews who begins his 12th yearat Normal and Industrial Memorial
the helm of the Bethune-:
FootbaU'am coachedby
College ,
Florida A&M University Rattler
Afro Insurance gridders, Isn't planning any major Cookman College Wildcats I Lloyd Jiowell Is expecting a
variations in his offensive Squad, faces the tremendous task banner crop of freshmen this
for this of finding someone to fill the year. Mr. Howell will be blessed
and defensive patterns
spots vacated ,by six of his regulars -
20 letter-
Mall lasses at with the return 'some
in spite heavy
tackle. who: were lost by gradua- men. Last year ,the backs of, Fla.

Company Sued: The tackle post has ,been the tion in May. NIMC averaged a phenomenal
!Left halfback where the swift
major problem for Gaither the 42 points per back. This year the
Rufu: "Ghost" Adams held forth
coaches will depend heavily upon
has not been
has been ifiled in past four years. He for four years, must (be filled :by freshmen to carry the load. The
A suit seeking damages amounting to $30,000 able to get adequate rotation at freshman
or a
Circuit Court against heirs of the Afro-American Insurance Companyand this (position:; since Willie Lee transfer. lost' of many veterans will no
doubt have ids effect upon the
the operator of the Lincoln Golf and Country Club. and Willie !McClung Joined the in 'Other positions that must be team but Coaches Howell and
Ernest D. Jackson, Jackson- pro ranks. The army few filled because of graduation are Cox remain optimistic. The
drafted the a
,ille attorney and politician who and back. reserves Morris James right tackle, left vacant !by the schedule consists of eight games,
Riley ,
JAX SUBURBS years 225 lb. Jake Brown and left
won the election for Hill, Vernon Wilder, and Frank with the opening against South
the Peace but was thrown out MOVE FOR ALL Merchant lost from the guard which was held down by I Carolina Area Trade School at
by political maneuvers, has instituted 1&57 team.were Leon Collier is the 220 lb. 6-2 Willie Speed, also I St. Augustine, Sept. 27, followed -
legal proceedingS against NEGRO CITYBy only letterman returning from right halfback which was held by' by Savannah State College in
Mrs. Nellie Lewis, executrix of Jesse Patterson, a powerful run-
ERIC O. 'SIMPSON the 1957 :quad at tackle. Savannah Oct. 11; Claflin Col-
the estate of the late J. Leonard Gaither feels that his ends will ner.Coach lege, Oct. 18; Morris College,
Lewis and Curtis Taylor, mana- JACKSONVILE The trend be okay. Only Samuel Cleare Matthews and his assistants Oct. 25, the traditional "Palm
ger of the Country Club, where toward self-government has lost at this position. Mer- will meet their charges Classic" Nov. I against Edward
Jackson alleges he sustained in- seeped down to Jacksonville with chant was played end last season but at 10 ajn. Monday, Sept. 1 and Waters College in Jacksonville;
juries. the result that a move is, afootto outstanding tackle In will begin preparation for turn- Albany State College, Nov. 8 in
Jackson in his bill of complaint was an ing out the 1958 edition of the
incorporate a Negro city em- 1956 and was expected to be reverted St. Augustine; Paine College, No-
charged .that the ceilingIn bracing Lincoln Villa, Magnolia back to a tackle this fall. fighting Wildcats. vember 15 in Augusta; Voorhes
the main dining room of the Garden, Floradale and Royal The receivers at end are good. "Bunky" has several fine I College, Nov. 22.
"Country Club" fell on him as Terrace. include looking freshmen coming in
he ,got up to leave after dining Returning from the various high schools of Last year the Lions compiled a
and partaking of soft drink, on Signs were being posted Fri- Horace Small, Jerry Cardoza, Florida but he refuses to nominate very favorable record of even
the night of Aug. 7, 1956. day calling for an election of and William Lee. These were anyone as a possible replacement victories against two losses.
The Jacksonville attorney city officials for the purpose of the letter-men. William Barber for this year's losses, Some formidable returning vet-
charge:? that he suffered lacera- incorporating the city. The elec- lettered before Joining' the Arm- I however, he feels that the past erans to the Florida Normal and
tions of toe scalp and body as tion has been set for Sept. 15. ed forces back in 55. !He is returning spring recruiting<< was his best' Industrial Memorial College,
well as a serious concussion of and is the second string Job in the last 12 years. gridiron are "Big! Red Walker"
the brain which cost him. large Incorporation of the area as left end. 'Matthews will have several fullback who weighs in at 230
sums of money for hospital and an independent city takes on The guards are fair. All- Junior college transfers whom he pounds ("Big Red" can do the
medical services. He said thWn- great significance. It means thatNegroes American Carl Crowell, Henry will depend upon to lighten the 100 yard dash, fully togged in 10
in the will have Howard Charles
juries caused him to suffer great area Harris, Charles burden. flat ably supported by "Light
monetary losses In connectionwith their own mayor, city council, 'Hines, and Bobby Brown were The coaches will have 20 daysto ening Buster Milligan" and Al-
chief of police, fire departmentand the lettermen 'who played their
the practice of law. look over their boys, as the vaughn "Mule" Jenkins, half-
The suit seeks $1'5,000' damages city manager. eligibility in 57. Only Marc l- team must be ready to meet the backs.

from the executrix of the Lewis The move to incorporate a sep- lus Durham and Paul Williams strong Ft. Valley State College
estate! and $15,0001( from Curtis arate city will be decided by a were lost at center. Willie Taylor team on Sept. 20. The game will The: Lions are still smarting
Taylor who is described as Mrs.Lewis' vote of the freeholders in the I is the man in this position. Tay- be played at Welch Memorial from their lone not to auspicious,
agent operating the club community.The lor has been sought after six pro Stadium at 9 /pjn conference defeat at the hand of
Jointly with the defendant. plan is 'being supported by teams. He is a senior and has The remainder of the 1958 the Albany State Eleven. The
The. Lincoln Golf and Country Negro leaders who see many advantages /been the key man at center for schedule is: Sept. 27, South Lions adopted motto for this
Club! is part of the estate left byJ in setting up an inde- the past three years. Carolina State College in Or- ;year, "Vengeance is Mine.

Leonard Lewis, deceased vice- pendent city. There are two oth- Lawrence Williams Is expected angeburg; Oct. 11, Morris Brown
president: of the Afro-American er incorporated "Negro cities" in /back from the Army to share College in the Tilt of the Maroon

Life In/urance: Co. to his son, Florida. the quarterback chores with Lee and Gold, Tampa; Oct. 18, Bene- 8, Morris College (homecoming),
James Lewis, Jr. Royster, Sammy Moss, Ted Richard dict College in Columbia, S. C.; Welch Memorial Stadium; Nov.
'on, and Benny Stokes Oct. 25, Fla. A&M University 15, Xavier University, New
IN 50 YEARS . James Williams' was the top signal (the Florida Classic) in the Orleans; Nov. 27, Allen Univer-
caller in 57; Royster is the Gator Bowl, Jacksonville; Nov. sity, Columbia, S. C.
only letterman at (quart rbatek
from the 57 group Lawrence --
Equality May be lettered in' '55.

The over-all speed of the '58 -
team will be faster with most of

the ,speed being at halfback.
Greater in South Fans remember the feats of such

stellar halfbacks as David Lati- AT LAST
mer, Eugene White, Leroy Hardee,
Cleveland Robertr, Clarence
Than North Childs, Eddie Daniels, Harold
Brown, and !Robert Taylor. All

of Freshman them will be sensation back. Lewis Available To Everyone

NEW YORK Under the leadership of churchwomen, church Johnson will be back, but he

leaders, .and southern newsapermen, the South may within the next !Isn't expected to give much S

50 years move further than the North toward integrating the Negro strength to the fullbacks. Chas.I

into society, the current issue of McCall's magazine (out Aug. 28) Young, Olious Barker, and a LOTS FOR SALEOR
stated today. crop of sophomores must show
improvements to booster the
FIRST PARA ,IN DOUBE weakness left 'by Al Vereen and i
"With the backlog of guilt for in local churches or In national Willie Elliott. I
its, past treatment of the Negro, religious groups." With the addition of Texas

the, South . may build UIP> a Organizations such as the Unit- Southern and South Carolina HOME Of YOUR CHOICEIN
momentum which carries it far ed Church Women "are havinga State to the '58 schedule, It
past: the North," the magazinesaid profound, if quiet, Influence on should be tougher. Southern Un-
! adding that you can rarely the South in general and on min- iversity has been building (for -
find a more aggressive believerin isters and churches in particu- the past three years and should
any cause than recent convert. lar" said Peters. come up with a wrecking crew I
'In a comprehensive report on !by the time they meet the Ratt- BeautifulRichmond
the desegregation issue, McCallls These are the same women, he 1 lers in November.One .
stated that throughout the South, noted who in a concerted cam- bright side of the over-
souherners and paricularlywhite aign against lynchings In the all gloomy picture Is the punt-
newspapermen, church- thirties, drastically reduced the ing. End William Johnson will do
women and their ministers are amount of mob violence against most of it but Barker will be in Heights
lining: up on the side of Integra- Negroes. reserve. The pa'sing game will
McCall's also noted that !the
tion.Few depend largely uon the quarterbacks. -
Americans realize that recent activity of southern cler-
The receivers has
as Fln tt
Communfty Living Especially For Children
pro-segregationist organizationslike gymen h "impressive.! Men like been forestated are good.
the White Citizens Councils"are (Bishop Randolph Clalborne Jr.,
"We are expecting to win at
small of the Diocese LOTS $1775 to $2950
surprisingly groups Protestant Episcopal least five of our nine game
that . lack even the passive of Atlanta and Rev. JosephF. schedule, dbmmerJted Gaither. Reasonable Terms
of the majority of Rummel of ,
support archbishop New But how well do depends
we up-
southerners," and that they Orleans, have assumed strong
are fighting a losing battle. They ;and effective leadership in the on Gaither well our is reserves expecting per- HOMES $8350 to $35,000
have been effective so far because defend
struggle Negro rights, ,around 30 fresh to report for the FHAVAConventionalRICHMOND
they know how to make i stated Peters."Obviously .
'first practice, Sept. 1. No com-
the headlines of the nation's the southern atti-
ment released about the
was ex-
press through, the use of mobs. tude toward race relations Is pectation of the newcomers. HEIGHTS OfFICE
Working as individuals through changing," the magazine said.
their churches and other organi- "But even if this were not true,
zations, great numbers of white even without the brave voices of Summer Reading 14520 Lincoln Boulevard

southerners are aligning them- the church the press, the educators -
selves with the young southern and the younger generation, Club ClassThe Open Seven Days a Week
Negro leadership that is rapidly there is one hard practical fact I
remaking the South, the maga- which cannot be ignored the, most successful Summer 49
zine noted. financial cost of maintaining sag. Reading Club ever undertakenby
MoCall'is survey Is entitled I regation." I : the Miami Public Library hasjut Weekdays 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
"The Story Nobody Tells You"and II concluded with an awalrd
was written by reporter I, ceremony which featured Jean L. Saturday. and Sunday 10:00 'a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
William Peters who traveled Art ExhibitThe i i i Latham. nationally known author
9,000 miles through the South to iI I i I as speaker. The following children S
obtain background and data for Church of the Incarnation, from the Dorsey Branch
his; story request' the honor of your pres- were presented with reading cer- Phone CEdar 5-6262
Despite headlines and mobs, ence at its first Exhibit of Art tificates for their completion of
he reported segregationist groupsare (paintings, sculpture, ceramics) the Summer "Quest for Books." Ask for .Mrs. Thelma Aranha, Mrs. Peterson or
slowly losing ground becauseof on Sunday, the ,seventh of September Virginia Alford Youther Ea- Mr. Ledford
the effectve resistance of at 4 o'clock pjtn. in the fcrd. William Green Annie Kate

"thousands' upon thousands of Liberty1' Square Auditorium, 6308 Manuel, Agnes Newbold, Horea
white southern! women, organized NW 14th ave. Watson.


NAACP Tells Fanbus It Will Press Integration

The following telegram was vise Negro parent Little Rook I ing and that any request that j -
sent today (noon, New York that reversal of Judge Lemley'sl I they accede voluntarily to further SATURDAY AUGUST 30, 1958 II
time, Aug. 20)) to Gov. Orval E. ruling mean:. that Little Rock I delay is a request that they THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples ew.paper"I I t,
Faubus' of Arkansas by Roy Wilkins authorities must ,proceed with surrender their rights as American !-
executive secretary of the integration as planned by them citizens and one which can-
National Association for the Advancement in 1955 and approved by Federal not in honor be (granted. Sixth,
of Colored People: Court. Third, we shall fur- we will advice them that this association T
In response to your press ther advice them that the Circuit stands ready to assist $
statement Am?. 19 Inquiring Into Court of Appeals has ruled that, them further in pressing without
attitude of National Association "violent and unlawful acts" may delay and with all legal weap- r'fi
for Advancement of Colored not be used by any Individualor ons their right in the pending
People iln Little :Rock situation body as excuses for nullifyingor matter. This association continues
please be advised first that this defying a Federal Court order ,. to express as it has in the past
association has not quote instigated Fourth, we will advise thEn: the belief that responsible Negro
and promoted, unquote, integration that It i' now the duty of the citizens are willing to sit down
in Little Rock ,but has state and local authorities to pro- with responsible officials in any
counseled Negro parents who ect the determined rights of individual locality to discuss ways and
sought non-segregated public education citizens and in the eventof means of imi..lementing the SuprEme -
for their children In accordance their failure the duty of the Court ruling. Needless to
with ruling of United Federal Government so to do. '.ay had you employed this cooperative -
States Supreme Court that such Fifth, we have advised them and effort in 1957 instead of
education is a constitutionalright will continue to so advise that initiating' unilateral action the
Second, this association has : there hat been a four-year delay present stuaton would not have
advised and will continue to ad- :I since the Supreme Court rul- developed.

'50th Anniversary . .


AKA's HearAppeals FILE EARLYVeterans

planning to start
ForLeadership school this fall under the KoreanGI b
Bill are urged by the Veter-
aM Administration to take action "
now in order to avoid the ; _

lad -minute rush later on. _

With some 18,000 veterans expected -
to be in training in Fla.
WASHINGTON, DJC. The 50th anniversary boule of Alpha this fall, the St. Petersburg VA ..

Kappa Alpha Sorority met here last week as some 2,000 delegates Regional Office will be operatingat rJl ? )o.---. i'ii1 t t :

representing the organization's 274 choptens (gathered to hear the top speed to process their
papers. By filing their application Breakfast Is a "must" for me reports busy Theonita Cox recent
third in series of appeals for leadership and equality by three of
now, veterans will save Chicago debutante who is a Junior at Chicago Teachers College."I
the nation's foremost proponents of these objectives.The themselves unnecessary delays.To find that I can concentrate better and keep my mind on school
speakers were John A. rather than thoughts of lunch, if I atari the day with a good break.
I help veterans get startedthe fast," says Theonita.
Roosevelt, of New City, a
member of the Presdentls Com- of the way the American Negro right way, C. W. Boggs, OIC This vivacious deb has proved to herself what scientists at a
mittee on Government Contractsand i Is treated, Mr. Rowan stated that of the Miami VA office, sued leading Midwestern university demonstrated-college girls who ate 5
of the late President the prestige which this nation this eight-point check list: an adequate morning meal performed better, both mentally and
con had gained in the Suez crisis physically, in the late morning hours.
Carl T.
Franklin D. Roosevelt; and Hungarian revolt were lost 1. Since veterans allowed only In addition to a busy schedule at school!, Theonita .la an excellent
Rowan winning
prize reporter and : in the "debacle of Little Rock". one change of course, they should horse back rider, swimmer, and skater. She docs volunteer work on
of the Minneapolis Tribune; Dr. Ravitz challenged the sor- give plenty of thought to their the Junior Executive Board of Henry Booth Settlement House.

Dr.the Detroit Mel J. Ravitz, Commissionand member of ors to help solve the problem of goal and the training program Breakfast must provide Theonita Cox quick and lasting energy. ,

Planning of sociology] at adult education for the millionsof leading to the goal. Quick energy to start her busy mornings, lasting enorgy to keep her
former rural residents who are at top level performance during the entire morning. Her breakfast
Wayne State University.Mr. moving into urban areas. He saw 2. Veterans not sure of their generally follows a basic breakfast pattern of fruit, cereal, milk,
Roosevelt: spoke on the this as one of the gravest of our training ,goal may request VA bread and butter, recommended by doctors and dietitians aa an adequate -
subject of equal employment opportunities domestic problems. vocational counseling. breakfast to provide quick and lasting energy for most people.
; Mr. Rowan on Inde- 3. Veterans should be certain Why don't you start now during SEPTEMBER BETTER
pendence and equality throughout FASHION SHOW HIGHLIGHTOne their course has been GI-ap- BREAKFAST MONTH to oat a good breakfast every day and
the world; and Dr. Ravitz on proved by the Florida approving enjoy the benefit of a good breakfast You will be "sharper" in
leadership in the rapldly-chang of the highlights of the agency The VA Regional Office your thinking and actions, calmer and steadier,..!and work better.
ing urban community week-long (meeting proved to be -and not VA headquarters in
Mr. Roosevelt received a the isorority'i fashion shear Washington, D, C. 'will fur- "
standing ovation following hk which featured internationallyfamous nish Information about approved
address In which he revealed model- Dorothea Towlej, course. COMMUNITY
that the Preident's Committee her- self an AKA. 4. Veterans should complete '
will hold agencies holding Gov. Nearly 2,000 sorors registered arrangement for admittance to
ernment contracts to a firmer degree for th'' week's boule, giving Al- their school before filing applications ltJl
of compliance with the non- <'rha Kapna Alpha ids lO'eatetturnout with the VA. DRUG STORECOR.
discriminatory clauses of these since the sorority was 5. The application for GI training -
contracts. He appealed to t n7 lsoroK founded at Howard Universityback should be completely filled
to undertake the responsibility In 1908. out and signed. It should be cent N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St.

of preparing more members The meetings were presidedover along with a photostat or certified -
, of their race for the new by Arnetta G. Wallace of copy of the veteran' sepa- PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLEDCut
vocational opportunities which Chicago who step* down this ration paper, to the VA Regional
I are expected to result from the vear following four years as national Office. Rate Drugs Tree Delivery
Committee's "get tough" policy president of the 20,000 6. The application should go
member to the VA as soon a>: possible. COSMETICS GIFTS HOSIERY FOUNTAIN SERVICE

INN.NN.N.NNINNINNNNNNNPUN out any snags before school
Mr Roosevelt cautioned, how-
ever, that a major obstacle will PHUN starts. Phone ?Laza 8-4703 Phone PLaza 8-4704
7. Veterans with dependents
remain If the Ccanmittee'irefforts
even successful unless should have the neceesary proofof I I C. M. JOLLIVETTE 8R., Prop
are By PHIL' O880FER dependency ready when the
steps are taken to provide a reservoir ., S'S r
of qualified workers. He ......?......................-......NNI1 I. VA requests it. For a wife, this
should be a photostat of the mar-
Raid that there Is no doubt thatas
SPORTS NOTEA riage certificate; for a child, a
a group the Negro is under- photostat of the birth certificate. REACTIVATION HEALTH CENTERHours
trained attributing this situation bowling alley Is the spot Photostat of any divorces! are
to what he called a "vicious where- vou dron In to drop, pin. required. : 10:00: a.m. to 10:00 p.m.-Dy Appointment
circle" in which the Negro does A tennis court te a court where 8. Veterans should take along
not prepare for certain Jobs be- vo ran witness a 'line up" of enough money of their own to SERVICES:-Swedish Massages, Whirlpool Baths, Therapeutlo.
months of training. It takes that racketeers.A tide them over the first two Baths, Colonle Irrigations, Electronic Spot Reducing, Electronic
plicantw when employment opportunities baseball] diamond b the month of training. It takes that Facials, Facial Massages and Packs, Light Therapy, Toning

In previously closed s
fields become available. hit end run are legal. first monthly GI check to reach
According! to Mr. Rowan, who Golf H the fame in which a him '_ince payments are made Sue Harris, R.N., P.T., Director Willie C. Coffee, Maeaeurtr
six>kf at Joint public meeting ., 'ow par score makes you an only after each month of trainingIs
of Alpha Kappa Alpha and Delta bfwi car player. completed. Phone FR 3.3381 276 N.W 6th Street
Sigma Theta Sorority, which also Football mut have Invented
I beep ,
convened in Washington this by th* Indians. In orderto Further, before the VA may
week. "Amerlcafe greatest needis attend the bl* Barnes one must make a payment, It must receive .
for a crash program in moral have a re ervat'on' or get his a certification signed by
rather than missiles. Such a pro- tlc+ket from a scalper. the veteran and his school, stating -
.America's that he has been in class all
gram would give all of To sum it up here Is tome poe
citizen the equality which the try. month. The law allows the VA 20

nation preaches to the rest of the Football's full of kicks for me days after receipt of certificationsto STAR MEAT MARKET
world," he said. And baseball makes a hit, you get checks in the mall.TOOTH.

Bowling strike me with the

FREEDOM States does not greatest of force I 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
The United
But golf I take as a matter of I .
work at win-
have 100 years to course! r :
ning world trust and respect anymore
than it has 100 years to arrive "
at racial integration internationally I THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
," Mr. Rowan old HARLEM SQUARE
The millions of Asian and African SWEET SHOPA Ii r
peoples: struggling for Independence
and equality are FULL LINI OF GROCERIES' i
saying 'We intend to be free,' Fresh Meat Low Prices
and they will not wait," he said. COLD CUTS COSMETICS

Declaring that the majority of 208 N.W. 10th Street ORA4EL
the world's colored peoples distrust 1 1t
the United States because L T T !.: I :a

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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 195TEMPORA I - --s--=-i-i--i- -- i-" ,.
8JUST _) __ . . .. 7 \,


Sad was the accident in South
Dade on Saturday when seven T"IATAC
persons lost their lives. Will it
MuTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ELLIS i be a lesson for speedsters:: ? Letus '
The Times Are Changed And We Are Changed With Them' hoe so. When we drive reck- : NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St
'ess we not only endanger our .
Office at 1112 N.W. Third Avenue, Miami, Florida-Phone FR 3-2230 live., but the lives of others. I --- -
Plant at 6740 N.W. pith Avenue-Phone PL 4.6128 FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY
The National Urban League I
Entered. as Second Claw Matter, August 9, 1927, at the Post Office at will hold a very important forum M1
Miami, Florida, under the pct of March 8, 1876H. on race relations opening Sept. 6 ; The ScrecnJiwades
and closing Sept. 11. ProfesJonal f
E, SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and volunteer workers from 63
GARTH C. REEVES Associate editor' and Business Manager cities and 32 state will attend TKeViolent Age Of,,..
.-. this conference at the Sheraton-
......' SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Fontenelle Hotel in Omaha. 1NE
O E/YEAR $4.00 > SIX MONTHS $2.50 THREE MONTHS $1.60 Among prominent speakers will ,;
be Gov Victor Anderson, Mayor
John !iRosenlblatt, and Winthrop
"A good example Is the best .ermon-Fuller Rockefeller.Dr. .

YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKA Roy Boggs, son of Mrs. I
Evelyn Boggs- vans, was a 10-
PROGRESSIVE STEP day vi:itor. During this time Dr.
& Bogis also took in the Caribbean
On Wednesday we dropped by the"Bonded Collectioi crui e, visiting Jamaica, Puerto
Agency's? office at Third Avenue ,and 12th St. and found Rico, Antigua, Martinque, Barbados -
and Trinidad. This weekendDr.
quite a bit of remodelling going on. Boggs will leave for, St. Louis
,* Accompanying us was Charles C. North, who serve where he it. the chief anestheno- KIRK DOUGLAS'TONY CURTISRNESI BORGNINEIANE1 IEIGN
as" public relations consultant for that agenjcy. ,ogist at the St. Louis City Hos-
$0 However, most interesting to us were seven Negro pital.
girls who have recently joined the staff. Some of them
Were you able to see Roy Cam-
were collecting rents, others operating the graphotype ;anella on channel 7 on Wednes- -PLUS-
typewriters, addressograph. A pleasing sight indeed. day morning? Campy looks well
'.h We found that Earnest Russell, well known in our and he was great on Dave Gar- 'OF
community and an employee of Bonded Collection Agen. roway show. It was an interestng NAL sro 77fLs
cy'- for: many years, is the personnel director. He selects interview. \tiF 1OLE SENS A.CHA I Ia Iq

the girls, and has the authority 'to discharge them, if that Seems to this Browser that
becomes necessary. Pre Ideal: Eisenhower's hint at a
"" We learned further that other girls are employed at slow: down in integration of;
Coconut Grove and Ft. Lauderdale offices. Neiiro schools is somewhat un- e, PEREZ PRADO

This is a step in the right direction and we did not forward timely. After to another all we decision are looking of '

hesitate to commend the proprietor, L. L. Brooks. the Supreme Court this week. 0 pN '11AflY I AYE 1RI0
'' ._ Nt ,
,* Anything touching\ our economy is most important " ,> aYf ,
; Mrs. Aaron Robinson (Walton) Y HELEN GRAYCO
taus.We also talked with Sam B. Solomon at his desk. Mr. ington a member: of the Booker T. Wash-
faculty is recuperating at
Solomon\ is in full charge of rentals. home 4710 NW 23rd Ave. after ,, t? : LDISARCARAZWNY su amour ,
We were' told that these girls have been on the staff minor! turgery at the Jackson
for several weqks and have, so far, given satisfaction. Also Memorial Hopital.: j'/1W LOPEZ

that harmony exists in this integrated business office. Sgt. Louis Duty riMtOrckuirt
The Bonded Collection Agency is perhaps the big- Jr., nave returned from son their, Louis vacation rot *** KB3M
gest business in our section 'of the city. in Nassau. TALTON
s',, Now that Bonded has started the ball rolling, we trim tun
hope other businesses will do likewise. Especially such I Fernley Murray, son of Emer-
+ companies as the Florida Power and Light Co. and Southern ald Indiana Murray Gardner, a junior at
University, Is JKMUIBWALES
Bell. Other White' businesses employing Negro help visiting
I his family, and also spending the 'fttDa
include the Leonard Store, Perry's Department Store and weekend in Nassau, before returning irl l4 / AA G' OYA IIIODIKTI i j
James' Five and Ten Cent Store.VIRGINIA I to Bloomington.
: BEACH Sgt. John H. Shearman of the STARTS TUESDAY
Bahamas Police Force is visiting
; Picnics were the order of the day at Virginia Beach as the guest of Mrs. Maria Mc-
last Saturday and shelter and pits were at a premium. Kinney of 2290 NW 52nd St.

There were ,two church groups, Mt. Sinai, the Rev. mBan.iiMir.riAIR.CONDITIONED"2'>> : '!lIIIr.: ." tl'JI:....... f
S. A. Thomas, pastor, and Friendship Church, the Rev. I .; H*"promofcd"himself '
C. J. Burney, pastor. to GENERAL

The Miami Times gave its annual newsboys picnic; CAPITOLTHEATRE M G M ansna GLENN
the Afro-American Agency Force had its outing, and so

did Miami Window Corp., and Railey Milam Hardware, SAT. MIDNIGHT
there was a lodge group whose name we failed to get,,
also many private parties. Everybody seemed to be haying SUN., MON.. TUES. 1 s Glt Rpp +
an enjoyable time. Why not? There were all kindsof AUG. 31 SEPT 1 2 ,
food and drinks, barbecue, fried chicken, hot dogs, Taina
i fried fish, ice cream, pies, melons, sodas, etc. "The At Heldton Fly"With A: 4B4;QNS ;
Then the young folk enjoyed swimming, train rides, f DEAN JONES
carousel and dancing for those who cared to do so. "Space Matter X7".IIU.Z.u
Virginia Beach might not be the best of its kind, but "' --. : -

it fills a vacuum that existed in Dade County for many ... -.--.- 1
years. Many improvements have been made since its
opening 13 years ago, but there is still room for improve- RITZTHEATRE

ment.There should be more swimming space and more -

shelter and pits. These might not be used regularly, but AUG. 31 SEPT 1 2

they are at a premium on holidays, then too, our popula- "
tion continues to grow. ,rom Hell toTexas"
Virginia Beach is the only recreational beach attended 1
,by Negroes at the present time. It should be made as
comfortable as possible. Plue"S

NEW PLAY GROUND WIFE"ulolnwrranar, Ft

The new playground at Dixie Park between 4th and .
5th avenues at 12th street has been fenced in. Some n ,
: siaa s arBUNCHE
landscaping done and tennis courts, basketball courts anda

baseball field put in. This is quite ,an improvement and ,.,.,t .
when everything is completed should go a long way in
keeping our youth off the streets and helping to curb Optn 1:45 p.m Mon. ROBERT. RICHARD
juvenile delinquency SUN. ONLY, AUG. SI

Filmed In COLOR In the
Monday, September 1st is Labor Day. It is also the "The Ca Girl" THE a California Sierras?
beginning of the school year, and the 'arrival of autumn MON., TUES.. SEPT. 1 2' ,.t'",
at',S:10 C a.m.- on the 23rd make September. an important "The Sheepman" '. r ."
month. There are several holidays in individual states, "Last Paradise" ,. '
and notable the 17th is the 171st anniversary of the Both In ClnemaEScope

Americans.constitution!?. to be observed as Citizenship Day by many 1 ,....---. III .

M.-2Jen'i too, September 1st is the 35th anniversary of USE OUR CLASSIFIED AND JAKE WADE
-ldiamJ Times. We are pleased to be celebrating on

such. ;, an. ;important. day this year. COLUMNS FOR RESULTSI.
t:( "

JESCA's Day Care Peoples Newspaper":

Center NewsDID 30, 1958 PAGE.

YOU KNOW training are invited to register S MIAMIANSQN; I
BIAS That teachers at the James E. their children at one of the two

Scott Community AssociationDay JESCA Centers. Registration begin ROLL
WICHITA Kan As the Care Centers Kinder-
result and
Aug. 25, from 8 to 9
of a two-day "sit down" gartens have a definite reponsi- a.m. Dean William A. McMillan of II,
a.m. and 6 pm. to 9 pan, at 6306
cam:iaign, conducted by the biilty for meeting the needs of NW 14th in Bethune-Cooktman College announced ;
ave., rear, Liberty
NAACP youth council here, Negro children placed in their care. I that 61 studentswere
Square and James E. Scott \
citizens are now being served Working with the child at whatever Homes, 7200 NW 22nd Ave listed on the Honor Roll and the
m lunchroom counters of a level we find him is of primary Dean's List for the second semester -
local drugstore chain throughout I importance to every STAFF NOTES of the past term. i
Wichita. Refused service, the : teacher at the centers. Those on the Dean's List from
Z young people occupied all of the The James E. Scott Community Miami are Cora A. Culver, Shir-
eats in one of the stores from REGISTER NOW Association is a member of the ley Payne and King S. Rankin.
t: noun until closing time, JO p.m. Vacation time is almost over United Fund of Dade County-
on two different occasions. and there will be the return of Suport the Fund. Students who made the Honor -
Fohowing the second "sit- little ones to the centers. Parents For further information call Roll are' Ro.cella Davia and
down," the company' vice presIdent desiring the best in preschool PL 8-4791 or PL 8-4782. Lucious Jackson.
mct with: Chester Lewi,,
x I n.0dm! of the Wichita: NAACP
brunch, and agreed to abolish all
diicriimina'.oiy; ipracticxs immeduic -
.?. .J : y.
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Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Ferguson -I TUSKEGEEI I I
1814 NW 67th St., announce 4CPOThMMNm411 r
the approaching weddingof NURSING SCHOOL I
their daughter, Alvilda Marie,
to James I. Floyd of Philadelphiaon GETS
December 25, 1958.
Mr. Floyd was discharged from
the Air Force last month, and March: of D ms grant for
$110,000 announced today will
has re umed !studies at Claflin
College: muAe ii p jsibiC fcr Tusk.,cto
where he Is majoring: in
Business Administration. im,, iov. ii schrol of nursing
and increase Its fall enrollment
Miss! Fenguon ""is a graduate
The cfT live ,
of Dorscy 'Igh I: Fchooi ana Be- crant immediately -
thune Cookman was announced: by Dr. L. H
College: She is
to u., , tat i.i
pi < Tuckegie: ,
employed at the "orlh' Dad
anj iias!ii O'Connor,
> president of
mh School
in Opa Lock)
the auunji Jj'ounaaiion (originally -

., i.t rf the National Foundation for
jnfanue Paralysis.)
The School of Nursing was
founaed in Ip91. Its basic pro- 0
f gram in nursing was fully accredited -
by the National: Leaguefor
Nursing last year. It Is the
onlY collegiate nursing school for, 4
:Ne.'roes in Alabama, supplyingan
increasing numlber of graduate wM

nurse to the South. I i.2 ri

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'.t'" I'' .... (Mr. Ben)
.. '. Sales Mgr
.,J, \ fJ' Welcomes Johnnie Ware I am happy ,to joinyour

t"r: ... .0,.,.._.'. ,t I., to Vic Potamkin Chev. organization and
IJ/" invite friends for
.. Organization.,.. my a
Little Altansas
Lovletah I good deal.
Brown, daughter of Mr and Mrs. .
Amos Cron 3501 Oak Ave .
has returned from Jacksonville .'. We invite your Patronage
where she vacationed with her
aunt. A St. Alban's Nursery Mrs:; B LcuUs Rolle, grand'
graduate, she will enter Carver 1 prince captain of the lHattle C.Dlnlrlc' ANew
Elementary School next week. J : ( e Grand 'Guild Heroines
Avalon photo.JACKSON'S. I af Templar Crusader, returned
II Frcm I very: successful interna-
TODDLE INN I i on*: .: ud GuUfl Session heldin or Used CarsAT
C.iCJgo Ajgu t 16.18, and
Register Now 11.:0 attended the ,Imperial Court
Daa; ; of Ills Mrs. Rolle Is
3038 N.W. 48th Terr. Iilus[ .nom Cormrundres ofK..lh -

NE 4-4308 Court .\o. 117, Daughters


Many Thanks . Q r .

We wish to take thin method of expressing our C A lIE HUNDREDS

thanks and appreciation to the many persons, businesses &M j OF DOLLARS ,

and other concerns which in any way helpedus

to make the recent 39th Annual Convention of the w.


And The '


grand success that it proved to be.

Thanks for your many courtesies, kind advice, and

never-ending assistance, without which the convention -

would not have been the success that it was. 540 ALTON RD. JEE MIAMI lEACHOPEN

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Again, many thanks to all DAILY and SUNDAY ROM f A.... TO 10 ,.... tHOm M 14917


A. Julius, General Chairman
II I 102 N.W. 36th Street, Miami FRanklin 95461Announcement tL

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%, A glamorous, excitement-packed weekend in sunny, fashionable Nassau
%G pti . full week of fun at the magnificent Hotel Theresa in New York
t 0 . modeling course at the Ophelia DeVore Charm School in New York
.: . contract with the Grace Del Marco Modeling !Aeencv in New York!

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I "-*, On which pretty head would you like to see the Silver Satin
: , dii "'Crown? Which of the four lovely ladies pictured would you t

: : .,' .,. I .?:Iii like to have win these wonderful prizes? YOUR VOTE MAY ': ,
i.% t f DECIDE! It's easy, too! Just pick up a ballot at your favorite
a n* y wine dealer. Mark your choice and drop it in the ballot box. It's
y ,v easy to recognize, the ballot box has pictured the four beautiful
contestants and a big bottle of delicious SILVER SATIN. ''
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4i '; And that's your tip to try Silver Satin,too!That first sip will let you I
.%& n d know why it's America's exciting drink . charcoal filtered for i
-2\-4 ( satin smoothness.Silver Satin is so soft and mellow you'll forget 4-,
"%' i every other drink you've ever tasted. Try this wonderful '"
NEW taste thrill from Italian Swiss Colony,Asti, California.


It! ..-, 1i um ..: ",.' .
i y ire i Pw are wJM i P aP'iP ii UL iiii JLitiiiuiiawi)) w n"l TOEn W i
t .,; Travel "
; arrangements try these silver satin smo othies.

( OltiH SilmSalii. ,With i Twist
1141 N.W. 3rd Avenue / 3 Stnlptl.4! : "low" I' s. Fa It.ULte ,
b.-: . Contestants ,wardrobe '.' ) j

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skyrocketed to one of the is- THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" :

land's most i I.uccessful: businessmen. ;1
: '\ The Bowe's Grocery and SATURDAY AUGUST 30, 1958 PAGE 7
Market is located on Market St. 1

HOT E .aosa>tss>arwuQSerra xM>ua>wsiusra amainus w,>aarrsKxr>axe>AS reAS zaiuaauosSHOP c
waiter is Harold (Bouncy) Ste- i ATBarkley's
ven's, one-time Miamian, who is I
a popular figure!. around the hhtoncal .- Cut Rate

0i| Stanley Sweeting hostelry. i i iV

0 WHILE 18 OTHERS took to i

MIAMI But It's My Town! inj Saucer Restaurant and Bar, the air via PAA, North's Travel i 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-237f
The Casablanca has moved deer .exec. Chas. C. North, smiledbs'oadly
THE FLORIDA VOTERS down on Baillou Hill Road over '! while watching his 80- .
LEAGUE met In St. Petersburi in Nassau's 'Harlem Grant's odd female Iota Phi Lambda i GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONSGIFTS
last Sunday afternoon and held Town. conventioners enjoy themselveson
its last meeting of the political a trans-Atlantic ocean cruise FOR ALL Tweed Cologne ,........... 1.50
assembly before the September THE CAT AND THE FIDDLE to the Bahama isle. OCCASIONSSUMMER TUllY CreamDeodorant
9 primary. The Robert James native how is bigger than Big MEDICINE .................... .50Tutay
Hotel housed activities, and local Time. Maestro Freddie Man O THAT'S IT. FOLKSI 666 Liquid ............ .39 ..69Qerltol Cologne ............ 1.25
(politico:: Elmer A. Ward, vice nings band crew is one of the Liquid .... 1.19 2.98 Blue Oraw Mist' ........ 250:
prexy of the group, gave a com- island's finest. The show is an BBB Tonic .................... 1.49 Tabu Cologne ............ 2.60
prehensive analysis and reporton 1 land 'must see' but quick,,, Kaufman Bitter. ........ 1.35 Heaven Sent Toilet
recommendations in regard. and if you haven't seen the cha- Swimming Pools For SSS Tonic ........ 1.45 2.35 Water ............ 1.25 2.00
to issues and candidates to be cha executed native-style, you School Supplier ........ .... .... SCHOOL SUPPLIES l
decided by the voters. Just haven't lived. All Sections, Says. I :Did Spice Lotion ........ 1.00 Zipper Binder .98. 2.98

I Electric' Fan 10.98 12.49 Binder ................ .29 .59 I
LESTER ALBERT, funeral Richard Evening In Paris
O FABULOUS Sweet Chas Hottoe t Loose Leaf Filler.
director and owner of T h e heralded Nassau's foremost lion I Toilet Water 1.28 2.00 S
I Pencil and pen Set 1.69
House of Albert Funeral Home bo contortionist, headlines the Charles Hutton, Metro candi-
was chosen to deliver the prin- Back: Pirate vaude bill, but his; date from Miami at large, ha=,
cipal address!, at Mt. Nebo Bap- sexy sister, Peaches, dances at spoken out vigorously for SHOP AT BARKLEY'S EVERY WEE.K::
tist Church in South (Miami Sun- the Cat and the Fiddle in the county expan.lon of recreational Where Prices Are Right
day afternoon The occasion wu chorus line facilities and swimming! pools I I
a Men's Day program and Rev.J. for all Negro sections of the 1201 N.W. 3rd Avenue
E. Murray is pastor of the ft HANDSOME TEDDY NORTH cities." lluttoe is also a strong We Deliver Call FR 3-945 or FR -4.237: \ j
church. Jill i and sister, Sylvia, hosted a native advocate for slu mclearance
j dish at dinner time Satur- without creating glorified slum ... JMOlMlMlMlXl>i.iaiMlSl Si>UMiBiIi>iii>i>i>MA. ilN.iliai awa!|
LORD FLEA and, his Calylp.sonian. day night, while his mother,, areas of concreate and block I
.', fresh from a Carver Lillian, and brother Sidney, sal, asphalt.
Hotel Starlight Roof engagement in for laughs. I
headlines an all-g1rl revue at "One of the principal functionsof
Chez Joey on Biscayne Blvd. al O QUENTIN /NORTH of the :Metro should be the prompt
Sixth Street. Florida mainland, one of the most elimination of slums and the renewal -I
asked-about Miamians 'on two of areas that are now a Heads or Jails It's Your Lucky Buck
DELEVEAUX TWINS :ontinents. blight on Dade county, Huttoe
of Richmond Heights, Uriah and sadd.
Audrey, enjoyed another birth- CHICKIE HORNE, with Dave
day (their 25th) last Tuesday, Bondu at the emcee spot, closed Huttoe is running on a program -
Augu.t 19. Audrey Is now Mrs out at the Skylark Club along of strong support for Met-
A. D. Payton. the Airport Road strip, but the ro. His campaign slogan is "Metro apO
--- : -TO\ former Jim Jam Club star and no Ifs, ands or buts."
AIRMAN BOBBY HENDER his lidekidk are negotiating -
0 newsman lie also pledged to act as commissioner O :
SON, stationed at Homestead AirBase for a 84. Florida engagement in a surely; la.vma'klog
and Erma Jean Murray while the big ship ply role, giving an able county ,
have already set the date for the high seas. In the meantime manager a free hand to admin
Tuesday, Sept. 2. The wedding Chickie holds on to two spotsat ister the county. \.
will be a Labor Day gift to Er Paul Meeres Tropicana Club Only $2.98
ma Jean's parents. with a late and a late-late night

show each week-end. LEGAL NOTICE Real U. S. Govt. Silver Dollar, encased In'a life time .
ft A DENTAL clip with dollar sign design of finest quality, non-
being pursued by Thelma Mea- GOOMBAY AND Calypso Notice Is hereby given that tarnithaJble rhodium silver linl.h.tfHIS BUCK
dows of Nassau, grand daughterof artist George Symonette on piano the undersigned, Dante E. Scola ,
the late Molly Ferguson. The and Berkley (Peanuts) and Silvio E. Scoia desiring to WILL BRING GOOD LUCK, CARRY IT AND
Government High School grad Taylor on bongos, are returning engage in business under the YOU'LL NEVER BE BROKE Makes an ideal ,xift.
arrived in Miami enroute to Fisk from a Toronto, Canada engage fictitious name, Only $2.98 (including postage and tax in U.S.). Sand
University come) September ment sponsored: by Nassau's Development check or money order ,tot
Among sponsored outings for Board. The stars Scola Bros. Service Station
the newcomer wasa luncheonIn were government-sponsored as intend to register said name with Treasures Unlimited, Dept. T-58, PX. Box 48.301
the Flamingo Restaurant of goodwill ambassadors across the the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof Miami International Airport, Miami,' Florida
the Sir John Hotel, hosted by !border. Dade County, Florida.
Dorothy Sanford, Times sob sis-
ter. Local cuties dining with the DOROTHY SYMONETTE, .... ''si Dante E. Scola S20
|I'SI' | Silvio E. Scola
Bay St. beauty were Anna Jean Florida stewardess, sends regards

Hawkins! Jewell Johnson and to Bessie SandsPorterwhose August 9, 16, 23, 30
Jean Solomon. Nassau entry with her
si:fter, Ann Sands Johnson, was
.BARBARA' OLIVER'S grandniece not known by her. The Mlaml-

Delores Newsome enjoyed ans are gue-ting at Heastle'i Advertise It Pays! I. Our Classified Columns Get Fast Results
another birthday AU& 15. De- Hotel Saxony.

lores Is the daughter of Estellc ..__._--
and J. C. Newsome of New York SCHOOL PROF. Eugene Dun
City. combe's wife, Bertha, arrived In il.1III(1IIL1CIL.1I ) } SfgyNew 1tila )lIf{
Nassau to bury her sister, Mrs.
e ARTURO DE LA PENA ..I Eddie Richardson on Monday,
trying his hand In a Liberty City 13'8' at 4 pjm.
business venture The New York
Cuban has opened a shoe clean- POLICE SERGEANT Lewis Summer Rates
Ing emporium and snack bar Duty of Miami's Municipal Pre-
along the main drag of North- -Jnct! Station, is a Bay Street
west 15th ave. vacationer for two weeks.

began hh month's vacation Aug DOBBS with their son, David Jr.,,
24. The Dixie Park playground luncheon guests at Say Street's EFFICIENCIES 1-2 BEDROOM
director has planned his travel- famous Elbow Room retaurant,
ling Itinerary for stop overs In prior to setting a view of the
New York City, Detroit, Chicago,, Nassau Constabulary 'changing ", ELECTRIC
Canada and Atlanta, where he'll guards!
attend the Southern Conferenceof FREE WATER /

Football Officials. Game assignments GLADSTONE STERLING, the GAS
will be parsed out at Cat and the Fiddle ace calypso fr .
the conference. crooner, loaned to the Emerald .t
Beach's biil-of-fare, Is by far, Modern Airy Play area Parking ;
0 WILLARD SANDS, the gul one of the :trip's most versatile
lariat who once led the Heart- artists. I've never seen 'better. MANAGERS LIVE ON PREMISES TO KEEP PLACE ORDERLY
breakers quartet, Is now singing
and playing as a single. Among DORIS MILLER' mother, AND CLEAN
eiht new tunes he has written, Edna, is winding up her seventh
'Teel So Good" Is a favorite. week vacationing among relatives -
Wlllard's protegee, John, Williams and friends. The Opa Loc-
often accompanies him In ka matron just can't get enoughof
Downtown 2101 N.W. 3rd Ave. 327 N.W. 22nd St.
delivering his love songs and Nassau's fun and frivolity : -

rock 'n roll compositions. _
SUSIE DAVIS and Claranell Coconut Grove: 3201 Douglas Road
LOOK FOR WMDM'. King McKenzie along with C. C.

Coleman new hard-top to be Caddy snorting: sometimethis a brand North and with this a corner Sunday were morning compensated Liberty City: 1370 N.W. 61,t Street

week. Don't be surprised If breakfast In the Devoe Street
the car's color Is not a two-tone home of affable Tina Smith, the

green job.NASSAUIn. Bahama mama.
The Bahamas! DINNER AT Olga .....e..
Jiinkanoe Club i ibethel't home on Saturday brot
A THE FAMED Bay Street, shuttered all the native dishes imaginable. FLORIDA REALTY .
along most successful rea You name it, she had it, from
after a
son. Johnny Bowe, the champion coup to nuts, for her family and I
swimmer_ Is club manager there. _visiting 1099 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 1-4554 I t. ,
\ ,,

STREET potfcmnerly WILFRED BOWE, who left Y .
i5"THE' EAST ,J'! ,
occupied by the Casablanca -I our shores over seven years ago 1 la, L fa' ;.' f.' 'I "': '.i ,,' 'I' .' '. ..' I" '., I 'I' .i- III ,. -
Tavern, is now the JTy- for permanent Nassau residence, - ," ,; :

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THE MIAMI TIMES-'The People Newspaper"

In-Around The Bahamas Broward

-- By .
Miamians Attend NOTICE NewsBy
Anderson's Kindergarten and George "Calypso King" Sym- Toote, and the groom, a son of
Odd Fellows and primary school will re-open on onette and Berkley "Peanuts" Mrs. Henrietta Adderley and the

Household of Ruth Sept. 2 for the 1958-69 school Taylor entertained 300 travel late Robert Nixon.
term. Registration begins at 9:00 representatives and agents at the
ConferenceThe ..01. Satisfaction is guaranteed. Guild Inn, Ontario Canada Attorney Randol Fawfees, Walter Bows '
recently. They are reported to president of the Bahamas Fed-
Address: 1239 NW list Court.
Biennial Movable Conference Mrs. C.' B. Anderson, Prin. have sold Nassau to the group eration of Labor and member of
Buchanan Asst. with their goombay. the Home of Assembly, was arrested of West Holly-
of the Grand United Or- Mrs. U A. 14 and charged All Democrats
der of Odd Fellows and House- on Aug. wood are asked to be! present at
hold of Ruth convened in the Feel Like Erskine Mitchell, 54, became with sedition. The particularsare an important:' meeting on Sunday
a the 8th day
the 13th traffic fatality for the : "At Nassau on
5 at Hill's
city of Buffalo, August 11 thru Sept. 7 from 3 to pjm
15th. this beautiful, original year on August 20. He was of August, 1958, he uttered seditious Conrnericial Hall, 4600 block oa
The delegates attending from black lacquer 53 Cadillac CoupeDe struck by a car driven by Ronald words with the intentionf Pembroke Road. The topic is,
Miami were: Mrs. Edna Mapp, Ville from private owner. All Pratt, 26, on August 17, and obringing into hatred or con- "Why We Should Vote. AU
Mrs. Lea Hamilton. Mrs. Hilda power fully equipped, new taken to the Princess Margaret tempt or exciting to disaffection candidates will be present.
white walls 15 miles gallon, unconscious against the administration of
Edden Mrs. Mae Thur-ton. Mrs. per Horpital in en condition "
Ruth Dames, and Mrs. Effie only $1195. This real clean car from which he did not re- Justice in toe colony. C. W. H. Chamber of Commerce
Russell. will be snapped up fast. PhoneJE cover.:: Pratt has been arrested Tne was the outcome ofa will meet at the home of
This meeting was the centen- 8-7134 between 6-8 p.m.Juanita's and charged with manslaughterby speech made by Fawkes on Ellis King, 800 Pembroke Road
nial celebration: of the House- negligence and is under bondof Agust 8 when he allegedly attacked Monday night, Sept. 1, 9 o'clock.
hold's 100th anniversary. Among $1,400.It Magistrate M. J. Thompson All members are asked to be
the highlights of this meeting was for convicting him on a !present.All .
the crowning of the Centennial Kindergarten and is expected that 1,000 men. shame of trespassing at Stafford -
Queen. Each state was represented will leave the Bahamas for agricultural -: Creek Andros, on June 28, and persons intere:ted in appearing -
by a candidate for queen. PlaygroundWill work between Aug. 23 bounding ban to keep the .;eacc on the talent show and
Sister Edna Mapp, the candidate Aug. 25. Free and Sept. 20. The Labor Office 1 three year. in the sum of $560. dance given at the alms of Hal-
from Florida, ran fifth among open reports that they will be sent to 1 FaAkes was released on $280 landale on Sept. 8, ,see or call
the 8 state: Of this iwe were pick up and delivery various places in the United' bond and the case adjourned to Mrs. Eleanor Bowe, YU 39988or
very proud. Each candidate, children. The age of the States. I' Oct. 5. Mrs. Fannie Williams, WA
beautifully attired in an evening children are (from 2 to 5. 33731.
gown, was presented a bouquetof Serve hot lunch daily. 1500 Granville Hall, well advanced Mr. Fawkes flew to Jamaica
flowers from her state. At the in years, had his first conviction last week and returned to Nas- The St. Adorkar'r African Un-
N.W. 74th St. phone WE I
conclusion cf a very enlightening I in the Magistrate's Court in 1912. sau Sunday. He left for Englandon iversal Church will hold its 6th
program the queen from New 40576. S13 Since! then he has been well acquainted Monday. Annual Assembly Sept. 11-14 at
York was crowned. Among other : with ell the Judges. On 2208 Atlanta St., West Holly-
events of intere at this ses- Dr. Gordon Einhorn AU-I. 19 be was convicted for the Norman Dupcan, alias 1)t..- wood. The public is invited to all
sion was a tour of Niagara Falls Optometrist i36th time. combe, was given one year im- the services. On Sunday, the 14that
in Canada. pri.onment on August 14 for not 2 p.m. there will be an ordina
everyone in attendance expressed Eye ExaminationBy Leslie Arthur Armbrister, 32, soberly. He was charged tion. Please come and bring a
having a (pleasant trip Commissioner at Mangrove Cay, wun disorderly conduct in the friend. Elder Gate from Jackson-
and an informative sersion. We AppointmentHour Andro, has been charged with Magistrate Court on July 30 ville will officiate. John Dean,
hope that God will bless the old eseven counts of falsification of ,
Phone: when he assaulted the magistrate chairman; John Lawson, treasurer
Order and that He wil 1 grant *: account in the amount of $495.60.He and restated the police. er; Ernest Sears, secretary.
that we live to see another 100 9:00.800 Dally has been allowed ball of

years. FR 7.2201 $1,400 with one rurety, J. H. II _---.
9:00 1:00 Sunday A30 Arrrtbrister of Arthur's Town, Nassau had its 12th traffic fatality - ..
Cat Island. for the year on August 11 I
Non Surgical Treatment when Vincent McIntosh died at HAPPYLABOR
Hernia o Piles Stanley's Market Blatchley Smith son of the the Princess Margaret: Hospitalas I
late C. C. Smith, died in New the result of injuries sustained DAY
Rupture (Hemorrhoids) 1900 N.W. 4th Court York on Aug. 14. He had lived in when he was knocked down
DR. LONG'S CLINIC the USA since 1947 and was associated by a truck driven by Thomas Spend Your
general health service FRESH with a Wall Street Brokerage Hepburn, Little Loretta Barton, Labor Day Weekend
21 8. W. 13th Ave. VEGETABLESGROCERIES concern. Mr. Smith was educated 3-year-old daughter of Mr. and
Phone FR 3.2748 at Dunstans College, Eng- Mrs. Stanley Barton of Wulf Rd. At The
BEER WINE land. was fatally injured on Aug. 8
Add Life to Yearsand His curvivors are his wife in a traffic accident.
Year to Life DRUGS NOTIONS several children; three sisters

REDUCESpecial Free Delivery Mrs. Arthur Fountain, Mrs. Lois Castell Rolle, 38, died at a hos JIMJAM
PHONE FR 4-9403 Cancino and Mr. Ruth Mar- pital on Aug. 13. He was em-
Medication shall; two brothers, Allan and An- ployed for 25 years at the Nasau
drew 'smith.Miss Guardian. lie is survived by his
-- --- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roderick I
Olivia E. Jervis and Viv- Rolle, a son, Frederick; two si ,
ian E. Watkins were married on ten, Zenia and Marjoria; four
Aug. 13 at Trinity Methodist brothers, Arlington, Yorisk, Eugene
Changes in time of Church by Rev. W. T. MakepeaceThe and Eleazer.
bride Is a nursing Sister on CLUB'
the staff of the Princess Margaret Edgar Arnett, 6, died at a hospital -
MassHoly Hospital, and Mr. Watkins is on Aug. 13. He was a 1900 N.W. 75th St.
Sunday supervisory principal of the brothers
Arlington, Yorick Eu- Phone PL 9-8651
Board of Education Schools at Cat
Redeemer Mass at 7 10 a.m. Liberty City sand Gloria E. A. Toote,
daughter of the late Rt. Rev.
St. Augustine Sun. Mass at 11 a.m. Coconut Grove Miss Rosamund Vashti Roberts Frederick A. Toote Archbishop BlancheGalloway
daughter of E. P, Roberts of the African Orthodox Church,I
Richmond Heights Sun. Mass at 9 a.m. 'and the late Mrs. Roberts, was is reported to be among five
Joined in holy matrimony to Da- young women running on the
Frank Martin ElementaryThe Costa Ambrose Williams, son of Republican ticket as candidatesfor
Mrs. Cardinal Williams and the the New York Legislature.
10 a.m. Mass at Holy Redeemer is sung by the late Mr. Williams on Aug. 20 at

invited Trinity Wesleyan Church. The Mr. George Henry Boyd, 79,
entire congregation. You are cordially to Proudly Presents
bride was given in marriage by well known catechist of the Ang
attend. her father Miss Malvern BalD lican Church at Fresh Creek,
was maid of honor and Lester Andros, died last week and was First Time in Miami
-" I-T. ." Mortimer, best man. given the full rites of the The Fabulous and
Church. Mr. Boyd served as Sensational
Miss Audrey S. Toote and Neville catechist for 50 years!: and is be-
Robert Nixon exchanged .U lieved to have had one of the
SCHOOL REGISTRATION AND tar vows Sunday, Aug. 17, in longest record of Bahamians
the preence of a large gatheringat serving in that post. The Rev Chanteers
OPENING St. Matthew's Church. The John Taylor assistant pried, paid
l Rev. Canon (Aldington Johnson high tribute to the work of Mr.
officiated. The bride is a daugh Boyd as catechist and local con- Plus The Return
ter of Mr. and of
Mrs. Wilfred
H. stable.JAMES'.
&1. Auguiitinr'r1 unt l The Shake-Sationa .


3601 Douglas Road


REGISTRATION 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 39481Girl Shirley Elliston

Headed by

Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, August 28, 29, 30 Pinkney Roberts

, SCHOOLI. I, The Fashion Plate MC

9 to 2 p.m. *' gym suits ___ $2.50 Socks, pr ......_>_..... 29*
Register these days to be sure of saet Boy' gym shorts, pr ._ 1.00 Gym socks, frt ........... 49* New Show Tunes
on a
: Tee shirts, a. .._..._?. 39* Jock strap., ea. .......... 89* Thurs. 10 and 1

SUPPLIES Frl. 10 12 and 2

OPENING DAY Paper sheets Binders ..........*?...?.. 25* up Sat 11 1 and 3
5o 10c 250 49o Pencils, 2 for _..?._.. 5* Sun. 10 and 1
For Grades 1 thru 4 school opens Tuesday, Sept. 2 Ruler, ea. ..?-............_.. 5* Fountain or ball

Zipper binders ........,... 1.00 points ......_......_...._... 25* Dancing Starts 9
8:30 Half sessions all week. p.m.
at a.m. day Book bags, ea. 1.00 Crayon, box ____,,,,. !5 i,
Be Sure to Enter Your

For. Grades 5 and 6 school Wednesday Sept. FOR YOU Name in our $500
opens Panties, 3 for _.. 1.00 Ribbons, yd. .____ 6* Cash
Children panties, 5 for 1.00 Boys' pants, 1.00 Contest
3rd at 8:30 a.m. Half day sessions rest of the week. pr.
Drew materials, yd. 35* Dress patterns, .*. '_ 35, Details LaferAdmission
Because of big enrollment pupils must come on the Plastic drapes, pr. ..._. 87* Kitchen curtains, pr. ,,,. 58*
first day that the grade opens to be sure of a seat. Monday thru Friday 8 a.m. to 7:15 p.m. Saturday til 9 p.m.

Closed Sundays TABLES FREE

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Dunbar Nursery SATURDAY AUGUST 30, 1958 PAGE 9

OpeningThe : THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People ., ',

Dunbar (Nursery will !be- -- New.paper'.1
gin its eighthyear of operationon .'
Tuesday (morning Sept. 1, 8 --------
o'clock. The !Nursery offers sup- --------- -
vised ,play, education games; a
'IQRCKhi well balanced hot 'bunch, regular -
rest periods, and special attention -
I to the needs of children . .'
(Swvy) and Officer know about you? What do they, from 2to 5 years of age.
Charles Roundtree's 3rd child care? Everyone likes to gamble The program is designed to
and 2nd son is three weeks old There's nothing wrong with, prepare children for adjustmentto Gordon's Gin is smooth
. BOG Band Instructor William gambling. You want to bet? OK,I the: regular school through its so
Wheeler and Arlean Steward bet. !But ,gamble on yourself.' I emphasis on socialization, cooperation -
marched (before the altar last Kirk Douglas gambled on himself and discipline.! it ?
week . Lily Pearl Gordon is and hit the jackpot. I I you can enjoy straight
recuperating at 1331 (lNW 66tti' HOLY REDEEMER
St. from;her recent operation t THE HAROLD, FERGUSONS
Louise Washington hails from (Pacific Shoe Shop, 18th Ave.) 1301 NJW. 71st St.
Valdosta, Ga. She's' the Grade 1 thru 9 Another
new returned, from that Nassau vacation , good reason
principal at Marathon School, Wednesday, and daughter 11 Registration: Sunday, Aug. 31, fil i1I
replacing Geraldine Mingo . Vera, is busy shopping for the ajn. why GORDON'S
Louis Anderson and ''Otis. Ripple, campus (Bethune Cookman) Opening day: For grades 1
along with Hattie Geathers and togs for this term, and thru 4 pupils must: come Tues- .
day, Sept. 2 at 8:30 b America's
Barbara Miller : a.m. Half
were my week- sister, Marie is shopping !for wed-
day all week.Foj .
end acquaintances at the Fiesta. ding fineries for an altar trek :
grades 5 (thru 19 (pupils lll I
i with an a Philly instructor Charles Marieis must come ,Wednesday, Sept. 3. n best-seDing gin'
Half days rest of
IT'S BEEN ia long time since Wyehe's North Dade High. . Because of big enrollment
I made the Avenue my Sunday Ida Singleton, (barmaid at the Sir pupils must
come first
on hey
boat after hours). The names are John, rates a "thanks", and to day that grade to !be\
opens sure
not new: Fiesta and Clyde Killers -i Curt Harmon (he's at the organ of a seat.
He gave the Avenue its only: there nitely) . Jimmy Dean
haippeninig for some time-at the and Mildred Hudson made tho
11th St. Ave. Elks' spotlight last Sabbath. They NOWGREATER
and 2nd : Corner ...
Here at the Mary Elizabeth bopped, strolled, chicken and two FOR RENT
stepped (they are dance steps,
amid beautiful environment anda FURNISHED two bedroom house
daa! into the attention of all ,
spacious ballroom, Clyde offers ) in Liberty City. Private sur
free entertainment and moderate of the Fiesta. roundings. Prefer quiet, sober 014
prices on your favorite drinks adults. None other need apply. THAN
Yes Sir, the !Fiesta is on. LOOK FOR: I House address: 1577 NW 70th 4 Tt
Rufus Beachum, St. Information, NA 1-6654. EVER
HENRY "Lucky" McKINNEYwas Cafe Society entertainer, in the I 1 lOHDOHDW
discharged, from the Veter- current movie filmed in Miami, STORE AND APT. Combination VALUE
ans Hospital this week. !Mack, a "Wind Acro.s The Everglades.: apt. in rear. 6619 NW 18th PSIIfl, GIxWP
Miami Times landmark', was in Rufus plays. the piano and sings Ave. NE 43959.FURNISHED WsenIup0l1M11
an auto accident several month . Gregg Hamm, the Kessler I
ago and sustained a (broken neck representative, has a daughter, Modern room
which he didn't know he had until Wallis, on the faculty of North cooking! facilities 'available, 1986
two weeks later. If he had Dade . Rev. Wilbert Miller, NW 57th St. '
neglected the aches a few days Jacksonville Presbyterian minister I HANDY roc>RJffl'tAANfIt
longer, he would have wound up is visiting his family at the I HAVE A ROOM in Qpa Locka ; MD
paralyzed on one side. Luckilyhe 9th st. homestead . Earl I for rent. 14325 NW 22nd Ave., 4QUAIII
went out the Vets hospital and Grant's new record, 'The End," Apt. 5. Phone MU 52384.
almost gorillaed his way in. Betides is a gasper . Did you notice I
a little stiffness of the neck Joe Louis wearing a toupee at the FURNSHED' (bedroom, living THERFS NO GIN LIKE
and a owed down walk to a Harrls-Rl;:on fllghIt room and kitchen, with tile bath,
snail's pace, Mack is coming to a nice, clean intelligent person ,
around pretty nicely. THE FRONTIERS of America Reasonable rates. Phone GORDON'SELECT
will throw a picnic !for underprivileged FR 1-5910.
JUST FOR LAUGHS dig the kids at Virginia 1
ad on page 9 of this issue paid Beach this Friday . The Opa ROOM IN NICE home in Liberty IJll 111
for by David Eldredge, a can- Locka Civic Club group led by ity. Near !bus. Nice, quiet man. '**jHMLfflguwin BM aw,it muuun Ylft
didate for Bob Orr's seat in the Lloyd Burnside, are pressing city PL 8-0076.( )
Florida Legislature. Evldentaly officials for a pwlmming pool in I I 1
somebody goofed in the public their are. Looks like it will takea 2-IROOM/ APl,'. Completely furnished -
relations department and missent federal suit to get pools in Liberty Brownsville area Call
this ad to our (paper instead of? ? City, Brownsville and Coconut NE 4-3933.
The Vikings started yesterday at Grove The Carver 'Y' I
Lib-City Drive-in Theatre. really uncovered tome terrific 2 LAIRGE ROMS for rent with
Here's what "W.W" (Walter Win- local talent at the Musical Soi- door between. Will rent single or
chell, silly!1)) thinks of its star: ree a couple weeks ago . Dorothy double Private home. Cooking.
"Kirk Douglas, whose latest effort Hamilton (LPN at Mt. Sinai Mrs Callie L. Wallace, 1931
is 'The Vikings contends hosp) is on vacation. She's plan- NW 6th Ct. Phone FR 4-3345.
that his drive toward success ning a trip to New York (homeof
stems from something he learn- Belmont) sometime this week WANTEDNURSERY TRAVISHILLIPS
ed as a youth. While working his end.
way through college, he lost his I SCIIOOL Teacher, 18
small fund of cash in a poker THEe Y8 ARE "Mylng that to 25 years. Minimum training,
game. When he told his hard- the scent you smell on a certain two years college. Pianist preferred -
pressed mother .about It, she chided president's breath is not hali Interviewed by appoint-
him: 'You're such a fool. You tosis. It's an egg breath. He ment only. Mrs. Jackson. Phone"
bet on cards. What do cards chickened outlt!! NE 4-4308. A30
A RELIABLE person to do typing -
at their home. A typewriteris
ELECT necessary. Apply at Miami YOUR
Times, 0740 NW 15th Ave.

DAVID ELDREDGE HELP WANTED.I Sales Clerks Commissioner
18 to 25 yean of age. Must be County
high school {graduate, with good

The Man Pledged to Represent YOU references.EDDIE'S Apply:DDUCS CITY OF MIAMISEPTEMBER

801 NW, 3rd Ave.
i. Mrs E. B. Gibson

His Opponent John B. Orr, Jr. 9th"I

His Personal ConvictionsAnd
Represents 2-&SEDIROOM furnished h o m e ,,'.
plus income 3-roomt furnished
Those of The NAACP! cottage, both on corner lot. Must I
Pd. Pol. Adv. see to .be appreciated. 1395 NW
58th Terr. II. (H. Neidertard.I .
I will work for and
METAL (BEDS, springy doors"
etc.. 2186 NW 7th ave.I I support a community
COMPLETE Restaurant equip relations board that

ment. Almost new, Inquire at :
Booker Terrace Motel 2180 NW 7th Ave. I should bring about a

1 better and closer tin
Child Care
SPECIAL PART DAY derstanding of all
WILL KEEP your children while!
TRAVELERS RATE you work. All ages. 2129 NW 57th racial problems'
St. Phone NE. 51310. Lillian

$5.00 Double OccupancyAIR Williams I Travis Phillip

while vou work, 0939 NW 20th
SpecU'l'Low i Summer'Rates for Permanent Guests Ave. NE 5-5785. Mri. Smith.
flfl n CALLS $795 DownNEW


I i H USE POOL OF SWIMMING elementary built-in oven and and high range schools, near One j I PULL LEVER 25EMARJORY

easy payment.

NEwton 5.2581 4200 N.W. 27th Ave. Trio Real Estate Co. I }, ,

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i.rr may"

THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE the hands of Leonard S. Morris
with a towel, locked him in a
10 SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1958 rest room and took $2,000 in Thoughts Have Wlngsl-I Can Influence Others With My

cash end $2,000 in jewelry and THINKING!
-- ---------- --
guns from Lenny's Cash and
Credit Co., 903 NW 2nd Ave. TIME
A delivery> man, Sam Aurach,
Ministers Chose entered the store while the gun- For Advice and Help, Contact-
men were rifling the safe and
showcarjes. He was also tied up I
and pushed into the rest room. :
CandidatesSurvey Investigators said, Morris was' K STAR
ctruck on the head and mouth in
a scuffle with the robbers. "r' Reader
Psychic Reader Gifted

From NEWDRIVER, m Reads your entire life; past,

present, future. Tells you any

LICENSES /AT thing you wish to know without
Many citizens In the Greater Miami area feel that the coming asking any questions.

Jocal elections .are of tremendous importance to the future outlook ,ARMORYDade
of race relations in this community. Expressed almost universally, No matter what your hope, fear or trouble may be, I can and

is the opinion that we just cannot afford to suffer. the same fate : County's Drivers' License will help youl Give time and never falling advice on all affair

which Little Rock is pasting through. Bureau moves from the court- of life, such as love, courtship, marriage, health, business
house Wednesday for a months changes, wills, mortgages, law suits, lost or stolen article,
There is also the, feeling that stand at County Armory Annex SATISFACTION GUARANTEED!
some men ,in local government, 3 GUNMEN TAKE No. 4 NW Eighth Ave. and 28th hidden treasure.
have not grasped the seriousness St. a block north of where It

of the situatiOn. Like the prover- $4,000 FROM was last year. Gives Your Lucky Days Your Lucky Numbers
bial ostrich, they have put their LENNY'SThree Current licenses expire Sept.
heads into the sand of unconcern 30 and the annual drive for new No one In trouble turned away-Come with or without money
while rumbling, of unrest are: gunmen, who police be- ones begins: Sept. 2. The cost is Private A Confidential Reading*_Readings for White & Colored
heard overhead. I, lieve have plagued northwest $1.25 for an operator's license
section merchants for nearly a and $2.25 for chauffeur's.
The. Greater. Miami Ministerial'AlUan'ce year, took $4,000 worth of cash Licenses may be obtained by Note Permanent Address-Take bus 15, passe door every
has spoken out throughits and merchandise Saturday, night mail, money order or check pay- 15 minutes
leader, the Rev. Edward T., from a store. able to "county Judge" and sent
Graham At a recent interview, Police said the bandits. tied to PO Box 2060, Miami. 1650 N.W. 27th Avenue Miami, Flsu
the Rev. Mr. Graham had this

to say: I Hours: Dally and Sunday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.-Closed Tuesdays

"Our ,group is shocked at the Licensed by City, State, County
apparent apathy thown by those
men in elected offices, whose responsibility TV REPAIRS
it is 'to set up every --
safeguard against a possible racial -
breakdown in, our ocmmun-,
ity. How long can they go on 1 1I1)1 I If1I1I11111 ID1IaI1 IlWfl I1S1110I1 SIIo7 1 0AIl llo..Ifl...I1JDoI.1Tr7aDs II. UIII71
adopting a negative attitude in' NO CHARGE
defiance of the law?" i
NOW! ! I Ii
When asked! if his group has '
any plans, the president of the :If we can't fix it in your home i OverWMBM

Alliance said: Every Sunday

""We have conducted an extended ., 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.-Sunday 10 to 3
survey, with interviews
with ,those men seeking office in
this election. We faced them
squarely with the question of the .
The People's Choice
need ,for an agency with govern-
mental sanction, delegated with ALL WORK GUARANTEEDPickup
the authority to keep our race THE SWINGINEST SHOW TN MIAMI
relations on an even keel. It was
heartwarming to find men of and Delivery-No Charge You Pick it-We Play it
the group who not only agreed
with Uti'; but who promised{ if 800 ON :YOUR DIAL
elected, would do all in their I
power to bring a Community '
Relations Board into being.' Broadcasting with '1 Million Milliwatts
> 6 TY.CORP* ",
The writer concurred with the
speaker, and asked him further, MoiftsSV RADIOS' DON'T MISS ITIII!!!
if he were willing to name those
,, + + # E3 7f HOME *
who made promises, or was this I 4 e [ [[.fKKK..KKKK t eKsKKaKKKK.KKKKKKKrKK tKK[K Y
a wecret. The minister answered: f f AUTO e t:r

"No, it's no secret. I like men
who are straight-forward, only .
these kind are fit for public of- I
fice. That's why we must all vote

seemed for When them.very I"reminded serious the about man the who American Phone> TV Corp. 1 DONT for theSCHOOL WAIT

matter, he continued:
"Well, for the Metro Commission -
from the city of Miami, Tra- 2243 N.W. 62nd Street NE 5.7225 0rbq i i Iht cMdran's school
''vis Phillips; District 1, Robert StTflX shor iv. QwwtlnwtoJOHNSON
Havcrfield; District 2, Harvie a 10f
Duval; District 3, Ben Erwin;
and District 4, George Okell Jr." ." -
I then asked' the Rev. if he
would care to name a choice for SHOE SHOP
the, U. S. Senate race; or for the
Florida State Representative. To FINE SHOE REPAIRING
this he replied: "There is no
question but that Senator Claude We Save Your Souls-While You Walt

has himself to be
Pepper proven
Shoes Shined and
the representative of all of the Dyed

people. He is a big man, and 6570 N.W. 15th AVENUE PH. PL 9-9190
thinks big. As for Jack Orr, well, Contest
I Just can't say enough. And do
you remember the vote of con-
fidence his fellow representativesgave

should him go ?along Carey with him.Matthews Thenwe Fashion Show & Dance .. 1I'"P"e,. ' .
:. \
will have excellent represen- / r fl\r' . !.t(f -a IIITt
tation from Dade county."

It would seem that a valuable Furnished ApartmentsAS
lesson is taught here. If all indi-
viduals and groups of individuals.
would concern themselves with LOW AS
this important subject as this
group and as this man has, then $19.95 week
1900 N W. 75th Street
we can expect better government, per
and will get It.
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For I am from a quarry ;.
Where rocks to throw are freeI SAM B. SOLOMON AT
I practiced late, and early
Perfection/ was my aim Applicants and ,Reservations
f hit the smallest target BONDED COLLECTION AGENCY
And bagged all -1"of game
Call 4-6627
If 'you live In 'a glass house
This U to you my plea 1163 N.W. 3rd AVENUE PHONE FR 3-8416
Watch your very move and atop ,
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AUGUST 30, ,1958PAGE 11

Morning Judge Tallahassee President Jas.

Otis Mcbley has called the officers -

News From Miami's Municipal Precinct Court and members of the executive NEW''

JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON board of the Florida State HA 1N0 DEt
Bu.inoss League and all inter-
By Elliott J. Pieze, Times Staff Writer ested persons or group leaders sits

... of (business and professional organizations -
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- - -- .AI. ......._ to meet at Clara
A more moderate total of 89 were the cases of Miss Blanche White Mission, 613 West Ashley NOER

cases was listed for trial on Aug. MaultJby, 21, of 1476 NW 5th St., Jacksonville, Sunday, Aug.
25. But the session proved to be ave., and Miss Bessie Mae Wil- 24 at 2 p.m. Among! other things, P.epe
one of those sensational meetings liams, also 21 and of the same the group will head reports on
which will long be remem- address Miss Maultsby was the National Business League

bered by the large crowd that charged with. asault with a \gun National Housewives League and
was. present. on Miss Williams, and with discharging i National Bankers Association
case firearms in the city which met Jointly at Nor t h
Quite involved was the limits Miss Williams Carolina College, Durham, recently -
charged *
was aM
of Abraham Alston of 1617 NW w
6th ave., who was charged with with assault and battery on M ss r
being drunk and with assault Seefby Brown, also of the same Plans, ror an extensive membership eM b e
address. drive and the implicationof

with gomery a knife of 1616 on NW Tommy 5th Mont-place. The series of Incidents began Joint suggestions National derived Conventions from, will the ;:;r5 1iiV$c nr C0uA ,

Montgomery was. charged with Friday morning according to Officer be considered. Dr. Eartha Mary $ tj
assault and battery with a shovel J. Stubbs of the police Magalene White, Florida's Angelof ..snvAA.SOX
on Alston. The Incident occurred force, //who was one of the arresting Mercy, founderprcsident at / OsOe '
6:50 Sunday' evening in
about :
officers. Clara White Misiion memt.ber }
rear--ofihe homes where Alston board -
the of each of the national
and Montgomery live. Officer Stubbs told the court
and local 'bodies will be substance
Montgomery told the cour that he and his partner, Officer ,
tiated in her report on the meet-
returned home Sunday J. Collier, received a call to
that he tgo
J. R. E. Lee vice
afternoon and found Alston to the home of the three to investigate ing by presi- SEE THE
dent of Florida Agricultural and
fence which separates a shooting indident
standing: near a
Mechanical who is
their back yards, and Upon arrival and their questioning University,
threatening Montgomery's wife of Mlss Maultsby, they were also Bufclnel&s registrar League of Mrs.the National Leonora WORLD'SGREATEST
who were told 'by Miss Maultsby that there ;
and two more Davis and Essie :.
president Mrs.
nearby. Montgomery added that was no shooting and she did not !
Mae Tucker, financial ccretary
he interceded In behalf of his have any gun. However, the officers of the Jacksonville) Housewives
Alston then pulled found the .hidden T s
wife, and that soon gun League who arc also members of ,
knife him and in waste basket in the. room. COLORED ?
a butcher on a the National Business and Housewives t
threatened to cut him. Montgomery Miss Williams told the court

explained. that he had to run that she had been living with S. Ray Leagues, ,public; and relations Rev. JosephE. cor- PSYCHIC ic "
from cutting Brown for sometime that address
to prevent Alston at ordinator of the JacksonvillState
him, and later was forced to hit tout Brown had her arrested and National Leagues. READER
Alston with a shovel to protect on a trumped-up chargefor
himself from bodily harm. which she served 10 days in I
Three women witnesses supported Jail. She was released on Little Folks Nursery

Montgomery's testimony.In Friday and on her arrival at the I' Begins Fourth Year
his defense, Alston denied home, the found Miss :Maultsby .P80F.
Brown. An argument Little Folks Play School, 3290
the charges made by Montgomery living with "l "1
and said that Montgomeryand soon arose between the two wo- I' NW 45th St., Mrs. Dorena Davis, a

the other men, broke men, which was followed by a' owner, has ,begun its fourth year
the fence, forced their tussle. During the (tussle Miss of service. This licensed nursery
through into his 'kitchen, where he Williams said that Mis MaulUby school with the best facilities
way at the time, end actually attacked pulled out a gun and 'fired onetime operates for children up to six BUNTER
was him. but the bullet missed. years of age. A limited numberof

There was bitter disagreementin Miss Maultsby denied trying children are being accepted PROP HUNTER
told to the to shoot Miss Williams, and declared now. Visit the school or call
stories as
the Judge two Johnson was forc- that the gun went off accidentally NE 5-5283 for further informa If you are tick, worried or In trouble this is the

court.ed to call an eyewitness, Mrs. ,but she could not place to come. Don't stay in the rut, push back the

Gertrude Crenshaw.. who saw it deny having the gun. veil of bad luck that seems to hold you in your track,

all 'butwas unable to come to Brown, who seemed to be the tion.VELVET and advance forward by the hej| ? of God under the
because of being ill In main for the friction between -
court reason
TOUCH leadership of Prof. Hunter who has 30 of
order to check Alston's and the two women, told the years ex*
Montgomery's stories. Mrs. court that Miss Williams attempted perience in spiritualist and occult science. Make your

Crenshaw substantiated Alston's to cut him with a wea- home happy. He will show you how to bypass your

testimony.But pon, but missed. enemies and get the things that life demands for you.
the several The cae seemed to /be anotherone
because of
of two 'women, one man and "'
other involvements in the case,
render a an unfortunate incident.
did not
Judge Johnson
Judge Johnson found Miss
time instead the I
verdict at ;
Maultsby guilty and fined hera
the case
Judge continued morning at which total of $75 or 30 days on the
officers will /be two changes against her combined I
time the arresting dismissed the I
The Judge
present to testify and the Judge Miss Williams.I I
charge: against
will rule on the case.
other heard and Among other cases heard and
Among dispo ed of were the following.
the :
disposed of were
Benjamin iBraham, charged
Walter Johnson, Jr. charged
with assault and battery on
with a
and battery
with assault Dorothy Smith, fined $75 or 30
butcher knife on Susie Johnson,
case Wilbur contiuued Gaitor conduct to, charged creatinga with I drunk Sam and Nixon disorderly, charged conduct with,I ;I. Located at the Hunter's new piychlo studio oa

distorderly disturbance and with assault I creating a disturbance and using I' Pembroke Road, 3 mile west of Hallandile, Fa.) on

and battery with hands on Oar- profanity, fined $25 or 10 days. the north side of the road, 1 mile east of 7th are
Preston Mischief charged /
rie Hutcheson, fined $75 or 30 being drunk and ,with malicious ToWalip"SLEEPY Carver Ranches. Sign are placed on the top of three

days.Daniel Wesley, charged with mischief (destruction of a door' story building. Office b in the duplex in the front of

battery with handson lock valued at $3.00, property of the building.He .
assault and Mrs. Mamie 'Nixon lAUso des-I
fined $75 or 30 has fifty time than other
Dorothy Tyler, more power any
truction of a Jail light casting,
days. charged with valued at $3.00, property of the HAIR medium. You will find him far advanced in know*
John Bradbam City of Miami.) Dismissed on the
fined $25 or 10 days. I
trespassing, ,
drunk charge, and $50 or 20 dayson edge.READINGS
Annie Sue Brown, charged I the other two charges. FROM $1.00 UP

with knife assault on Marie and Furcell battery, fined with$75 a Bobbie Lewis Eberhart, charged LICENSED Y STATE AND COUNTY
with being drunk, fined $10 z
or 30 days. with or 4 days. e efa4ti OFFICE HOURS DAILY
Marva Peterson, charged
being drunk dismissed. Jeff Henry Eberhart, charged I 1 P.M. TIL 4 P.M. 79 P.M. SUNDAY 1 PM TIL 4 PM
with disorderly conduct, creatinga 4lt1
disturbance, fined $15 or six G1' % jG _-
Another substantial total of 04 days.
cases was listed for trial In Eddie James, charged with assault DEEP PENETRATING
and battery with hands on
Municipal court Monday, August
18. Another capacity crowd was his wife, Hilda, fined $50 or 20 SCALP CONDITIONERRegular 5417 S.W. 17th St.

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CARDS MEMORIALSCARD Benjamin Byrd of 1726 NW ,-
6th Ave. died at his residence on

.. Aug. 21. He Is survived: by a
brother of) New York, and a
,OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn nephew of Jacksonville. Chapel
services were conducted on) Aug. LtL

family of Mrs. Christine loving' memory of our dea 26 with burial at Evergreen Memorial -

Calhhourne of) Brooksvllle, Fla. 1 mother, grandmother and great. Cemetery.Mrs. .
wish to extend their thanks and grandmother, ekel
SI 53 NW
who Lucy
appreciation' to all those
' sent floral tributes, cards and I 46th St., died at Jackson Memo-
telegrams, also for other kindnesses rial Hospital on Aug. 24. Survi-
shown them during her a wp'a,3rW vors are a granddaughter, Mrs. j
sickness and death. Elizabeth: Martin and other rela- $

Special thank to Rev C. H tives. Services will be conducted I $ .W ;.i ,
Bolden! pastor of Bethlehem Mis- on Sept. 1 at the Church of : '
sionary Baptist Church and God Gateway to Heaven at 2:30: ",
the Hence Funeral Home. pjm. Burial will be held in Lin- ,. ,'

Son Calhourn, husband coln Cemetery. tip' ,
Jesse Henry Cooper, brother
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family of the late, ,
who departed this life Aug. 18,
wish to thank the many friends !
and neighbors for cards, tele- p
grams, flowers and cars. Special l
thanks to Friendship Baptist *
Church, !Rev. J. C. Burney, pas- r
tor and the Range Funeral Home
for their outstanding service.
Mrs. Willie Pearl Williams, _.J'W'--"


who departed this life Sept 2, ,1i1, M. ,

IN MEMORIAM 1953.May k .
she rest in peace and light 5 ra'
In sad but loving memory of perpetual (Ishine upon her, 4 n4/ ;
our dear husband and lather, Mrs. Margaret Poitier, Dght
:Mr:., Amy Taylor, daughter
.. Mrs. Eva B, Smith, daughter .. .
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"'.' Mrs. Diana Plamis, daughter '
.t. K.; I.
,. ,' .. Mrs. Alice Reid, daughter '. ,.,1 ', ."" $4."f a i Rev. Coleman Dies ;
. I Mrs. Voilet Strong, daughter Advertise It
i : .,' .,' Mi i s Earrnia Chambers of 6320 Pays!
,/;.;'I I NW 19th ct., died at Magnolia Funeral SaturdayThe
r I IN MEMORIAMIn Hospital of Opa Locka Wednesday -
Aug. 27. She is survived by Rev. James C. Coleman
: loving memory of our dear'
mother, sitter and (grandmother her mother, Mrs. Marguerite pioneer Florida, 'minister, of 2057 THE HOUSE OF

DAISY TURNER BARRETT Chambers and grandparents. NW 6th court, died early Wednesday
who departed! this life on Aug. 26, Service will be conducted on morning at Jackson Me- ALBERTLester
4I 1957. May she rest in 'peace and Tuesday, Sept. 2 at 2:30 p.m. at
may light perpetual shine upon St. James AME Church. Rev A. morial Hospital.A .
J Reddick will officiate
her. long-time pastor of the Ne.v

Eloise Ronald Barrett OL. Turner Kemp, brother" Dght. Rev. E.Coleman of 2057 Mt. Calvary Baptist Church in x

''Enid ''A, Turner, sister NW 6Ui Ct. died at Jackson Memorial Pompano BOOM, Rev. Coleman' e
Wilton and Constance Kemp Hospital on Aug.- 27. Rev. is survived (by his wife, Mr a
widely (know in
grandchlkdrerCARD Colemanwas Anne Coleman, two daughterr;,
the Broward County area, wherehe
pastored -for a great numberof Mrs. Sadie Johnson, amd Mr.
Lucrtttta: >Eve,; four 'soms' Sgt.
OF THANKS years. Clinton Williams of the Miami

fThe family of the late, Mrs. Essie 'Man hall of 1928 Police Dq;t.; Rev. W. C. Cole-
IVA FINDER: : NW 74th Terrace, died at her man of Alburquerque, New ltext't I
gratefully acknowledge and residence oh' Aug. 25 followingan ico; James, of Eat Oronge, N.J., I
thank the friends 'and neighborsfor extended illness. She is survived and Joe, of Webster Grove, Missouri
I. JAMES HOLMES! JR. their kind expression of sym by her daughter, Mrs. VI- He is also survived by ten
who departed this life Aug.',J pa thy. nell Kelly and other relatives. grandchildren, two great grands
1957. > tt'JHI I ,Mrs. E. P, Strachan Services will be conducted on and several other relatives. .
Gone, but not for gotten. We Mrs. Izella Pinder Saturday, Aug. 30 at 2 p.m. at
Funeral ervice for Rev. Cole-
love you, but Jesus loved you Morlah Baptist
the New Mt. will be held Au .
best. 4]*1H man Saturday ;
Mrs. Deotha M. Holmes, wife CARD OF THANKSThe Church officiating with Burial Rev will Almu/be Shipp heir 30 at 4:30: at Mt. Zion Baptist
Freda Wanda Holmes, Dght Church under the direction of
family of the late, in incoln Memorial Cemetery. the (Range Funeral Home with
ETTA SHANKS the Rev. Edward T. Graham officiating -
IN MEMORIAM sister of Mrs. L. E. Reed, who IN MEMORIAMIn ,
died in Palmetto, wishes to express -
The body of Rev. Coleman will
. In loving memory of the ,late, thanks for, the many card?',. loving memory of our dear lie in repose at the Range Funeral C. Albert
flowers and expressions of
? !.<;."' pathy during the illness sym-and MARY-ANN! WILLIAMS Home from 12 noon until 3 THE FUNERAL HOME OF
i'1>> who departed this life Sept. 2, purr on Friday. The body will
death of. their loved, DISTINCTION
then go to the New Mt. Calvary
': w The Shanks and Reed 'Family 1957.Gone, but not forgotten. We Baptist Church In Pompano

r'i r'\ love you dear, but Jesus loves Beach from 3:30: pm. until 6 p.m. Phone PL 8-4707
best. Friday. The body will be returned -

you Ellis Williams, son to the Range Funeral Home 6942 N.W. 15th Avenue
Francis . Minnie Warren, daughter where it will remain from 7 pan
Maggie Norwood daughterAnd Friday until funeral time. Miami, Florida
r'lI' Funeral services for Willard
i 4'r Z Smith were held Thursday, Aug, (grand children __ ______ ____ _____ ___ _
28 3 in the
pjm. chapel.
$ ;z
WHY BE SICK? B. Solomon Funeral HomeEstablished

Mrs. Lena Outing, 1417-A NW5th Examination of your Personal ( 1028))
place, who died last week,I Ailment plus examination .
was buried from .the Mt. Zion of heart, lunge, Dignified, Personal, Courteous Service
'f, Baptist Church on August 29. stomach, liver, gall bladder

,".),.:,,,,.. Rev. Edward T. Graham officiated rectal prostrate,
Funerals Within of Each
Range Budget
and interment was madein nerve reflexes, blood pressure
l.r' the City Cemetery. and urinalysis, In.
eluding x-ray as Indicated.

.I .libA Mrs. Susan Pinder of) 1526 NW Treatments and bring for this sdl blood, 315 N.W. 16th Street Ph. FR 3-1440
l<; I.. .;\ ..u 5th court died Thursday, Aug. 21
at Jackson Memorial Hospital skin or urinary disease,
WILLIAM ADDERLEY piles, rectal, \ stomach
Funeral services will be held
who departed this life Aug. 28,
Saturday, Aug. 30 at St. Mary'sMethodist' trouble, prostrate gland
1&57. trouble, backache, rheumatism -
Church Rev. E. A.
Gone, but not forgotten. We
nervousness, I low
Culmer officiating. Interment at "A Service For The Living"
I loved dear but Jesus .
you one, at Lincoln. vitality, ulcer, hormone deficiency
loved you best. Sleep on and take lost vigor, arthritis
i your rest. and chronic diseases. Range Funeral HomeOSCAR
.Reather Adderley, wife (\Funeral service for ..Mrs. Wil- New Location
Ellen McDonald, daughter ti lmina Barbary was held Monday SOUTHERN CLINIC
Clarence Wilson, step son Aug. 18 at Ebenezer Methodist 2847 Coral Way AND ATHALIE RANGE, Owners.
Percy Adderley, brother Church, Rev. Aaron D. Hall Hours: 105. Closed Wed.

lg Harold Rolle Adderley, brother officiating. She leaves a husband, and Thurs. PHONES: PL 4-7468-PL M331
(Elijah uncle
'Edward Barbary, 10 children.
Leola Conley, sister-Inslaw
Viola unsil, sisterinlawChris
Oscar Range, Licensed Embalmer Funeral Director
(Bullard, cousin :Funeral. services for :Rev. Alvin RemodelingExtra
Maggie Dean, courln C. Slyke were held Saturday at
5727 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami Florida
Finley! Haddock, Wilburbrothersinlaw 2 pjn. at the Church of God in Room ,

Christ, Homestead. The body was Call NE 5-9687
And. a host of friends hipped to Ocala for.burial ;. -


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H FUS Composed ,of public spirited citizens represent We are dedicated to serve unselfishly our
: ing all phases of community life, has carefully people and our community. We wholeheartedlyendorse
;, investigated qualifications, background and platforms the candidates. selected below and urge
I,t of all candidates for the coming city elec your cooperation.MRS. .
acs\ tion.
jjj JOHN O. BROWN, M.D. ...............".'........................... President LLOMA GREEN ... ...........,......... .Corresponding Secretary
|g,| S. HUTCHESON, JR. .......................:'.................... Vice President JOHN H. BARKLEY................!...?'........,..................... Treasurer
'fl MRS. E. A. WARD .... ................................ Recording Secretary U
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Shriners Close'Conclaue 6.11 PSYCHIC READERLet

The 1958 annual, conference of
the National Urban League is
expected to be one of the most
; Give Important forums on race rela-
tions ever held by the organiza-. '
tions, president Thoedore W '
Kheel said' Sunday
The conference will be held
."' Sept 6 through 11 at the Shera-
ton-Fontenelle Hotel In Omaha,
(ANP) Ten Nebraska More than 600 profes- r t
thousand "temporary Chicago Shriners gave a $5,000 check to sional and volunteer workers
rdSidents" left for their homes, Thurgood Marshall, general from 63 cities and 32 states will 1
Saturday as the 57th annual counsel of the NAACP. Accord- attend the meetings during the
Shriners convention came to a ing to Charles Dargan, New York 6-day conference The guiding
close. City, the funds were contributed"so theme and emphasis will be:
Imperial Potentate Booker T. the vital work of the Association "Expanding Opportunity In the
of Detroit's Marrica may move more swiftly toward American "
Changing City.
Temple was host potentate. its eventual victory. my years of Experience guide and protect you through Life
Shriners from 37 states attendedthe Delegates will include profes- a. a Lighthouse guides the ship In a storm
Marshall spoke at rally duringthe sional social workers and specialists
confab: which was held at
the Coliseum. convention and challengedthe in industrial relations, voca- WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME
One of the highlights of the six group to "denounce slow tional guidance, housing and For Success in Business And Love
who advocate to a 'go poli .
day meeting came when an Ohio community organization.The
cy' toward segregation. He / -
man was named "Shriner of the non-profit, non-political,
Year." Harry E. Smith of Tole- legislators and politicians for voluntary League, an educational You can now have your home made happy
what he called their continuing
do, Illustrious potentate of Mecca segregation plans. service agency !founded in 1910 0 Get and Hold the position you so long wanted
Temple No. 43 won the hotly in New York City, is interracial.
0 Don't Stay in the rut
get out now
The most colorful event took ,
contested race for his role In the It seeks to improve the economic
building of the Shrine movementIn 'place Wednesday when more status of Negroes and to promote 0 By the help of God she can help you
his community. than 7,000 Shriners !put on their better race relations.
best duds and marched down League professional staff and Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in
OHIOAN MAN OF YEAR South In two hour troubleIt
Parkway a L I volunteers will meet Sept. 6-7,
long parade. to discuss administration and'
The "Shriner Man of TheYear" Marching, clubs, mounted units supervisory problems of the organization will pay you to call and see this Gifted Medium First
was credited with Increas- bands, floats, delegate laden/ con- . '
Where thousands for and advice
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Aaron D. Han, pastor Rev. James E, Culmer, pastor
C Ernestine L. Jlambrlck, reporterWe Eddie Edwards, clerk

o Sunday School........."... 9:30: a.m.
p urc cannot go to the kingdom, Morning worship.1..... 11:00:
me it must come to us. When one Westminster Fellowship .... 6 p-m.
feels the desire to be restored to

God, it is natural that one should GRACE PRESBYTERIANGeorge
think of returning to God, one

we hope that after a long jour- Savitt, press represent-
THE may reach the kingdom.Inrrayer ative of the Baha'i Assembly of
INCARNATION St. James ;Men NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. good works, piety, we Miami, will discuss "The Ddr

1835 N.W. 54th StreetFr. Imagine to be the road to God. tiny of America" at the Baha'i
E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar Raise Over $2,000By James E. Brown, pastor But we cannot thus go to the Center, 137 NW 11th Ave., 7:45:

Veronica O'w"rry, reporter MRS. 3. F. DEAN Bro. Vandell Bavan, Sec'y"Lave kingdom; it must come to us. The p.m. Sunday, Aug. 31. All races

More than $2,000 was raised your life so God can use door is before the narrow way and faiths are cordially Invited.
Summer Schedule of Services during the Tenth Annual Men's you." Our services throughoutlast and the door i la very nigh untous

and Rehearsals Day Celebration at St. James Sunday were based on that even Jesus Christ, crucified Game FestivalA

SUNDAYS: AME Church. Bro. J, P. Newton, particular phrate with Rev. AIL for sinners.
Matins ............................ 7:45: ajn the co-chairman, with his aides Jerusalem
: Thorton, pastor of the We enjoyed a very wonderfulday Church Game Festival will
Solemn Sung Mass and rapreenting: the Army defeatedthe Church Moultrie, be held 29 7 to 11
Baptist Aug.
Sermon .................. 8:00: ajn chairman, Bro. John H. Dean, Our with our young people on Friday, ,
Ga., delivering the message. Sunday. p.m. for the benefit of the Con-
Church School and Adult by a margin of $200. The highest evening message was taken from gregational Church Fellowship at

Bible Class .... .. 9:30: a.m amount reported was by Bro. R.I the ,book of Kings, the first chap- The WSCS held its regular the home of Dr and Mrs. John
E. Y. Churchmen ........ 5:30: pan V. White on the side of the Navy delivered from
ter. It was most spiritually meeting and tea on Sunday O. Brown, 5836 NW 23rd ave.
Solemn Evensong and with $126; the second highest by i by one of our fine and 4 to 6 ,.min the basement of Donation:\ cents Gate Prizes.
Sermon .................... 7:00: p.m Bro. P. E. Hepburn, also a Navy up coming. :young ministers of the church.

TUESDAYS: man, reported $123.25; and the 3rd the city, Rev. Jackson.. Holy Communion will be administered
St. Vincent's Acolyte highest amount was reported by tat both services on ST. FRANCIS XAVIERN.W.
Guild Meeting ........ 6:00: p.m. an Armv man, Bro. Willie Scottof Sunday coming is expected to Sunday.
WEDNESDAYS: 8778. be a big day at our church, beginning Parents are urged to 'send 4th Ave. and 16th Terr.
LOW Mass ................... .6:30: ajn with Baptism at 8 a.m. Phone FR 0-1424
1 children to youth Fellowship
Evensong ........ .......... 8:00 pm Dr. R. M. Steven, the scholarly followed with Sunday School .at MASSES
THURSDAYS: and eloquent president of 9:30 At 11 o'clock our regular movement each Wednesday nightat Daily.........1.1..1..1......... 8 a.m.
: a.m. 7:30 o'clock and to Junior choir
St. Michael's ChoirRehearsal. Campbell College, Jackson, Miss. church services will !begin : Sunday....... 7 a.m, & 8:30: a.m.
Tuesday night
............... and also presiding elder of the on
1:00: pan I th the pastor delivering the I ...,. ...,., .
Meridian District lifted the w_ 6:30: o'clock. ;'WO'i,.._.Iio.--a__ ." "
FRIDAYS overwhelming -
: ,
and official
morning message, Our shut-ins include the following -
St. Vincent's Acolyte congregation to spiritual fellowship of all candidates at : NOTICEAll
Guild Rehearsal... 5:00: pjn heights hitherto unknown. We will close out God's
7 Neal
Sinter Emlma 1722 NW
p.m. : ,
Boy Scouts The ,panel discussion at 750 Church notices MUST be
day with services again in Sister Florida Butler
63rd st.
(Parish Hall) ..._... 6:00: p.m pan was thoroughly enjoyed by the Junior ; typewritten double spaced
of pastor
charge our 152 NW 8th St.; Sister Equallee
Note: Low Masses on all Holy all who were present. Dr. Stev- choir will furnish the music and on one sheet of piper. Copy
Snipes 1227 NW 2nd court; Sister
and Saints days at 6:30 ajn. ens again electrified the congre- Sister MUST be Into our office by 0
the day'
1976 NW 4th ct.
throughout Sadie Jones,
Sung Mass on all weekly festivals gation as he approached the p.m. Tuesday of each week to
Williams at the piano. I
Willie .Mae to for and
You urged
are pray
at 6:00 am.Congratulations theme, "The Responsibility of membersthat Insure Insertion.-Church Editor.
not forget
Let us visit the sick.CORINTH.
Christian Men in a Changing the
is expecting
our I
World" from the Christian
to three of approach entire congregation to accompanyhim I BAPTISTMeets
1. E. Thomas
to Homestead to close out .
musicians at the
church.our young They are Bernard Hun- challenged and Impressed the his ten days of revival there, also. every 2nd ana 4th Sunday Debbie's Playland
hearers as he developed the let remember to visit and : .t Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist '
ter, son of Mrs. Iva Hunter;: theme from the Educational) point us Church. And Nursery Opens
Butler of Mr. and pray for our sick and thutlns.
Harkness son of view. Elliott J. Pieze brought Sunday School....................... 0:30: ( We the kids of Debbie's Play!
Mrs. Raymond Butler, and Casrandna words of wisdom and admonish- TRIUMPH CHURCH Morning worship ................ 11:3( land Nursery and Kindergarten

Hanna, daughter of Mr. ment, lending themselves' toward Evening Service ................... 7:30: invite you to'come to school with
and Mrs. William Hanna. the practical aspect of the Socio- Prince H Mobley, pastorSis. Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor us.

Bernard Is a graduate of Ob- Eodnomic angle of the theme. C. McKinney, reporter gospel preacher and successful We eat well!
erlin Conservatory of Music and Dr. G. W. Hawkins' presentationof Rest on Individual cot!
Syracuse University. He was the theme was most unique as The School of Wisdom was Play and learn plenty!
guest organist at Solemn Evensong he laid bare the value of earthly palled to order at the usual hour. Revival at Trinity We are insured against any accidents -

and Benediction last Sunday citizenship as a (prerequisite The subject of the lesson was, Methodist Church !
night. He will Join the !fac- for noble and gracious living. "Justice Among Nation" The Call now At NE 4.8315.Ask

ulty of Jackson State College The success of the day could memory verse was found in Rev- Revive and soul-stirring ser Mrs. Perry to enroll you. Wo are
not have been illuminous elation 1534. The lesson was
aa and : located at 4800 NW 24th ct.
during the fall. vices enlightening without the contributions very educational.The Methodist Church beginning Debbie's PJayland Nursery
Harkness is a graduate of of the men In the com end Kindergarten, licensed by the
Knoxville College and Tennessee munity who participated toward YPE band was very edu- Monday night, Sept. 15. The State Welfare Board, District No.
to all. service will start at 7:15
cational and enjoyable prayer
State College. the enhancement of the obser- 9, and Dado County.ASTHMATICS! .
vance. There was a wonderful program p.m. and the regular service at

This young artist gave an Or- Sunday during' the morning after the lesson. 7:45: pm. The address is 14th it.
Recital under the sponsorship service and 2nd ave.
gan the Missionaries will
The evening devotional service These services will be conducted
of the Episcopal Young have
complete charge of the ser- and
Churchmen on Sunday afternoonthe vice. Mrs. was very high In the spirit by Rev. Ernest Hutcheson,
Maeola P. Dunmore
program was very much en- will be the ipeaker for the oc all that were ,present enjoyed Jr., district Missionary of the Atlantic Want simple, effective relief from
themselves. Sunday was Coast Baptist Association. bronchial aeth
joyed. 1JMH casion. Mrs. Dunmore is choking, racking
a mem men's Day and the women were They will be held from Mondayto matlo spasms? Get genuine
ber of James
Our third musician, Miss Cas- St. and one who is In charge of the service for the Friday with the possibility of Dreatheaey see what you've

sandra Hanna, has been our organist thoroughly prepared to emphasize evening. Mother Mary Wllllaims going on for two weeks. been missing) There's no eubttltut >
bdfore she entered col church.the missionary zeal of the conducted the service and SisterG Rev, George E. Johnson is the for original Breatheaey In.

lege. We are sure she will excelin Sconlers opened up the testimony pastor. halant and nebulizing set Get
her chosen field. Bro. Theodore Roddy, the meeting. There were three comfort by breathing! Quaran
newly appointed superintendent teachers: Sister G. Edward' Mo.\ TRINITY WESLEYAN .
Priest and congregation con- of the Sunday School Invites all Williams and Mo. L. Marshalland teed.J A J DRUG DEPT. STORE

gratulate the parents of these parents to bring their childrento all three really came forth '''Rev. George E. Johnson, pastor 1410 N.W. 02nd 8t., Miami, Fla.,
young people and hope their accomplishments Sunday School to share in the with the message. Among our Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter

will serve as an study of God's word. visitors we were honored to have Sunday School.................. 0 ajn
Incentive to others. Rev. A. J. Reddick, pastor Rev. Lovett. Morning worship .................... 11:00:
Young People's Meeting 5 p.m.
Time for the meeting of the MT. SINAI BAPTIST On Sunday our State School of ELNORA

General Convention and Confer- Wisdom and YPE Band conven- BETHANY BAPTIST
Rev. S. A. Thomas
pastor in St. Petersburg
ence of Church Workers is draw- tion was convened SUNDRIES
ing near. There la much to ,be The Bible School conducted by, and all who attended reported 3316 NW 50th Street

done around our church before the pa:,tor on Tuesday nights, is a very nice Uttne. Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor Headquarters for your
these events. We have got to get improving greatly in its interest Saturday, August 30, the Ford Sunday School .......... 9:30 a.m. MIAMI TIMES If you live out

busy without delay. manifested by teachers and visitors All Stars will celebrate their Morning Service ............ 11 a.m Brownavllle way

and by attendance.The anniversary at the church.. The BTU ............................... 5:30 p.m WOMEN'S AND MEN'S HOSE
Welcome to our teachers and Sunday School is developing public Is cordially invited. Evening Service ............ 7:30: p.m WE SERVE
others who have been attending rapidly along the following Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30: p.m. Foremost Ice Cream

summer school and vacationing. lines: Attendance, interest, inspi-
We are pleased to have you ration and activities. With sin NEW BETHEL BAPTIST ST. MATTHEW AMEZ Phone NE 4.9441
come home. leadership is
cere an
N.W. 8th Terr. 1028 N.W. 5th Ave. N.W. 27th Ave.
bound to go forward. 1571 4338
The States Tea, an annual Rev. A. if. Ferguson, pastor
Rev. G. Jones pastor
I believe I for all
event under the leadership of am speaking School .............. 9:45
who Sunday Sunday School.......... 9:45: a.m. Sunday : sin J. PINCHER, Mgr.
were present morn-
Mrs. D. A. Julius, was quite a Ing In worship service when I Morning worship .................. 11:00: Morning; Worship .......... 11 a.m. lad
success in spite of rain duringthe say we enjoyed the presence of Evening worship ................... 7:30: Eve'imu, Nor hip ............ 7:30: p.m.
early afternoon. Congratulations -
the Holy Spirit. The ministerwas
to all who participated
at his best and the servicesas
helped us in any way. FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev.
a whole were deeply inspiring.The .

There are still some ticket chairman of the purchasing C. J. Burney, pastor
holders who have not been able committee also the cochairman Claudia Wilson, reporter

to report do to at your earliest are thanking all chairmenof \a"
convenience, please.As the various committees for Our Sunday School began at METRO .
working so smoothly at the picnic 9:30: a.m. which we were all ableto ;
:you know Fr. Clarke and last Saturday. The cooks are I enjoy. The devotional ser "NO

family are now occupying the especially mentioned, but others vices both morning and eveningwere
new rectory at 1736 NW Win [.t. were just as loyal in their places. filled with the spirit. Both OR BUTS" LEVER

Just a short distance from the Now all volunteer helpers are messages of the day were delivered
church. This Is a great convenience especially mentioned, and many by the pastor. The morningtext ELECTCHARLES 27D

and enables him to do any thanks extended to them. We every was St. Luke 15:12-19: "Our

even better Job. grateful to many officers of two prayers. The evening text,
the church for their presence. St. John 3:2: "No man can do

ST. JAMES BAPTIST Thanks to the youth>> for such these miracles that thou doeat,
fine conduct exhibited at the except God be with him. Both
323 N.W. 14th StHrv beach. The superintendents, messages were filled with the HUT E
J. L. Johnson pastor workers In the BTU and the Holy spirit and delivered with

Services pastor appreciate the One spirit much power. The No. two uther
Sunday shown by all. board end the junior usher board
..___ WO am.
Sunoay School 1
"In service we reached out to were in charge with singing by
Morning Worship __.. 11:00 .m YOUR MIAMI METRO COMMISSIONER
school both choir
help others In home, ,
... .. 5:30 .
BTU -n. Let continue to for M. ,.L A4 .
..1111--. 730 pmVisitors church, community, even the 'I' us pray
always welcome whole world. our sick. 1#

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PAGE 16 SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1958 ESTATE !MUST SELL $895 Cash Your lot as a down payment

.".., ....... .....- DANCE AT iLUBERY SQUARE... 1641 N.W. 5th Pl. 2-Jbedroom CBS with stove and on a large corner lot,

t Personal Mention 2-lbedroom CBS, Florida room, refrigerator, plus sleeping porch 3 I bedroom and carporte,
The weekly teenage dances $13500 total. EZ terms.
_......- - C Miami' Junior Chafoer of Com-
Mrs Elmira Taylor, 3150 NW merce and the Recreation Dept. 68th St. Lots for sale. Cash
50th st, left Sunday /by PlAA for: of the City of Miami will take ALSO CBS DUPLEX
for lots.
Nassau where she will spend a I place at the iberty Square Community $2,495 DownTwo your Baron, JE
week's vacation While there she Center on NW 14th ave. 2049 N.W. 6th Ct. 81340. Open 3-5
will be the guest of her cousins,I and 65th st. Dancing time is 1:45: bedrooms each side. Stove
Mr. and Mrs. Luther McDonald. pm. 5-'bedrooms furnished Total and refrigerator. Hardwood floor'
Positively no tennis shoes, price $5,000. Drive by, see, call
J Mrs. Agnes Thompson and blue Jeans blue denims or coveralls
daughter, Albertha' of Nassau I allowed. Bring your favorite Chelsea Realty, Realtor Easy Terms
are vacationing in Miami. Theyare I dancing partner.
guests. of the Thompson at !PIL 4-4685 WI 5-2306 Build on your lot
2021 NW 68th st. For Rent BJEAUI Cash or mine
$1,895 We take care of financingNO
Miss Pearline Strachan arrived Furnished rooms, near
by Pan American Airways downtown. Gas, radio, TV FOR RENTBY Exceptionally clean inside and MONEY DOWN
from Nassau. Monday evening. off-street parking. $9.00 to out; 2 !bedrooms, 1 'bath, carporte, Cash paid for your lots or
j" She is guest of her aunt, Mrs. M. $12.00. :Apply Cozy Rozy, SUMMONS furnished. EZ /payment, $12,000 I home
}: f. Johnson, 1531 NW 1st Court. 527 N.W. 5th Ave. or call 4-BEDDOOM, 1 bath home at
total.Gold Baron JE 8-1340
Smith 2028 NW 5th Place. $30 a week, Coast Realty ,
FR 42708.
McKeva Jr., son of Mrs. 2 weeks in advance.
Adriana Smith of 347 NW 14th 4301 N.W. 2nd Ave.
Terr., returned to this city on Phone HI day 4-2443-ttI or night 6-0173 PL 1-2426 l Advertise It Pays Ix !

Sunday one half after months spending in New two York and: FURNISHED "- -- _..........""'-'t=."...,.........,. __ _;,.

Charles H. Davis Philadel- furnished apartmentsNo Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From
phia, is visiting his brotherinlaw children. See at
and sisters, Mr and Mrs.
Eugene E. Kemp and Mrs Emma 1379 N.W. 55th Terr.
D. (Brown. This is !Lt avis' first :VISIT OR CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645
visit to :Florida and he is enjoy- Owner PL 7.8151
ing the Magic City Mr. Davis is
a graduate of Hampton Institute ,
I and is in the electrical business in
Philadelphia.: He is Supt. of Sun- LOW ,DOWNPAYMENTS
day School at Mother Bethel
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