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sentenced to death for robbing II ,

No Playground for Caruer HighFour an elderly White lady of $1.98, I ,',
won an Indefinite stay of execution -
Thursday. He was originally '

school board members up for the site. 12 grades use part of an adjoin- scheduled to die In the electric \
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chair Friday morning.The
for reelection Tuesday probablylost Carver is on a IVt acre tract I ing 5-acre park leased from the State Supreme Court
almost completely covered with
of votes with
a lot Negro
their action on Wednesday when building: The 1,724 pupils in all City of Miami.. which has upheld the death sentence 'J
said no decision would be y
they voted 4-2 to cancel a leaseon handed down Thursday on WIl- 1 :
a ;ropo ed playground for
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son's request for a rehearing.
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Carver High School That automatically put the electrocution
Voting to cancel the lease for School \\
condemned
Whites Boycott off since no -
the controvertal oar-acre playground -
mon: can be put to death while ,
adjoining a White resi- his appeal is still in cc>urt."f" .
dential area were Dr. C. Ray-
mond Van Dusen, board presi- Van Buren Ark-A groin of Whoa the Supreme Court ruleson
_- not return to school," a 17yearold the rehearing petition it can
I''T <:'n..iIrTUSKEGEE dent; Jess Yarborough, Mrs. White students boycotted Van
Helene J. Vosloh and Mrr Jane Buren High School today pro- senior said. He promised agree to reconsider its previous ,a
GRAD Miss Roberts. testing the Integration of 13 Negro there will be no violence. decision or let it stand. If the rehearing '
Mattie Ruth !Bethune daughterof Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyersand students. The student 'who refused to' is denied, a new execution -
Mrs. Lucille B. Chavis, a rnem- Dr. Robert S. Butler voted give his name told a newsman date will pe fixed at that d
ber of the faculty of Booker T. Only one of the Negro studenta that 41 boys sophomores,
Washington High School, and showed up for classes Thursday.Two juniors and seniors had organized time.Wilson was convicted of rob..
Nathaniel Bethune of the Bethel- others drove by' the school a strike, to get rid of the bing 82-year-old Mrs. Ettelle
William Funeral Lee Garie of 3628 Thomas Ave. with their parents but turned Negroes
Home, recently Barker of $1.88 at her home in
graduated from Tuskegee Institute in Coconut Grove. around and apparently went home Marion Ala, July 27. 1957,
She will take the Alabama when they saw the group of 41 jaw
with the bachelor of science Under Alabama the
State Board examination in October boys seated across the school un
degree in Nurse Training. Be Sure I amount involved in a robbery 'Is
to
and will practice her profession der a shade tree. immaterial. The offense. which
Miss Bethune is also the at a hospital in Oklahoma "We will remain out of class VOTE TUESDAY ,
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. City. Okla. until the Negroe: say they will Continued on page .4 '

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Letter From Hendrix as the needed stimulus to get t
c put the Negro vote. Most voter !
Blasts Negroes, Jews can hardly wait for Tuesday to A" AAta
Virginia Schools Will come to express themselves at J

Negro in Dade County were the polls. ,,j
I fighting mad Thursday w hen The letter from Hendrix follow -
contents of a letter from Florida'stop ,:
Klansman, Bill Hendrix,
Open Segregated
:were made public. August i 19, 1958 ha
The letter, written on station TO ALL KLAVERNS
ery of the Knights of the Ku The time has come when w< '
I Alexandria, Va. Federal Klux Klan with headquarters at must again help defeat Claude ,I,
District Judge Albert V. Bryaa Old! mar was addressed to all Pepper. This time' it must be for
Thursday authorized Arlington Klaverns and urged the defeatof good.Holland.
County to open It schools next Claude Pepper in the sena- knows the score and
Monday on a segregated basis. torial race The letter said "Hol we have uported him before,
]land knows the jew negro score ''he knows the jew nezro score
Bryan stressed, however that and is a real white man." 'and Is a real white man. a
this wa without prejudice to 30 Holland repudiated the KHan Everyone of us must work o vy

4, ,. Negro pupils' right to be shifted endorsement but aid nothing of this time as we have never
to White schools later should he his endorsement by the hate- worked before in a political campaign -
find they are entitled to such spreading Citizens Committee and keep the negroes, and Aw! I
(Iran lets. The 30 have asked to which expresser the same sentiments ! the jews from taking over our .
be admitted to White schools. of the KKK. The Citizens : country and our state
The jude said he would not Committee has been mailing out This election will finish Claude
make his final ruling in the Arlington literature showing Pepper in a Pepper. 'i ./
case until after the Supreme picture with singer Paul Robe- Get out the' VOTE Against ;
Court has ruled !in the ion. PEPPER i'
Little Rock case now pending before Revelation of the KKK endorsement Bill Hendrix ; '
M
it. of Holland has served Attest: Bill Hendrix ?
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Henry Arrington, Miami attor- Washington: The new civil (:

ney and former Assistant State rights division of the Justice Department '

Attorney, has been named to 'the Students End OkIa.Sitdown filed its first case I' M
Miami Housing Authority Board (
by Mayor Robert King High (see Thurday: The action resulted
story page 4.) from complaints of tour Dawson,
Ga school teacher with college
Strike degrees who were told they did '
not past the literacy ten upon (
Little RockSchools making application to register a*
voters.
Oklahoma! City The adviserof : ,
NAAOP-'l The suit filed in Federal District ,
an ;>IInaOred youth -
to WHITE YOUTH Court at Columbus accused
council said they have called off Ga. iJ
officials of Terrell County ,
their "sltdown" campaign for with discriminating against Negroes '

Open Sept. KILLS 2 NEGROES food service in a downtown luncheonette seeking to vote. It was directed -.. 'M 6l
against five election ft'J.trlr' -
"MISS AMERICA OP ILK. 'j

15 Petersburg Va. A White Mrs. Clara Luper aid repre- and deputy registrars. DOM," flashes. a bright smile as 1
sentatives of the group will not The Columbus court was asked she receive. the victory cup following !-
youth went bejerk in downtown
1 to issue an Injunction: prohibitIn the Elks Talent and
Little Rock The Little Rock Petersburg Wednesday and hot return to the John A. Brown department Terrell County (1) from following Beauty Contest in Washington

t School Board Monday voted 5-1 a Negro couple to death with a stores where they different procedures In DJC., last week She Is Miss June

s t to delay Central High School shotgun, then surrendered to po- have been seeking Integratedfood the processing of voting applications ] ,Saunders, of New York City a ,
opening until Sept. 15 Jest it service dnce by Negro and White citizens student of music. Other winnerswore
1-9.
Aug.
jeopardize its plea to the U. S. lice. (2) from Applying more Miss Ruby Saundera, of
F Supreme Court to hold up. Integration Detective Capt. George H. ';She said the youths must return stringent standards In giving a Washington third place winDer >

until 1961< Slate said the youth Nick to school and added that literacy test to Negro applicants, and student at Howard University -' r
Church and ((3)) from refuting to certifya and Mix Barbara Roberts
The move was a setback for Woodliff of the nearby several groups have offered to ,
Gov. Orval Faubus and gave 'Road community, was Jailed after group of Negroes named In the second place hailing trom Pitts. I t
Little Rock a two-week breather Alphonso Garland and Virginia help negotiate a tettleoxnt\ the suit as having passed the Htercy burgh, Pa. Trophies were donated -

In Its Integration crisis.A . Reed were hot down. dispute. j test by the Coca Cola Co.

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PAGE, 2 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1958, I Heads or Tails It's Your lucky Buck

DIES AT 65 ,

Capetown, South Africa -
(ANP South Africa's leadins' O
champion of white supremacy-
Prime Minller: Johannes: Strij- QijO OOs
dom, died early last week at the
age of 65 He was hospitalized a O
month ago with a heart ailment.
Appointed (prime minister of
lands and irrigation In 1948,
Strijdom (became the recognized
leader of the extremists in the Only $2.98Real
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tL porters, making po'sable the enactment SEND FOR YOURS TODAY
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,fr'y Barn," "Hart's Contentment," i i HOP AT
"Hudson' Bay," "The Jewell
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Though satisfied with my efforts -, WHERE QUALITY LIES
I failed to come up to the '
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Butterball really bounced when he' laid 'eyes on two with his wife and two children,

of the beauties in the "Miss Silver Satin" contest. ,Here used to live in North Miami. He ,
called> his place "The Four GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONSGIFTS
Mary Britt, left, and Marjorie Martin request a few mel Walls."

low' numbers. from !the popular disc jockey at 'WMBM's FOR ALL Tweed Cologne' ............. 1.50
OCCASIONSSUMMER Tuasy" Cream
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urges everyone
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Kaufman Bitters ........ 1.35 Heaven Sent Toilet
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Mrs. Ora D. Taylor, local
president of Dade County Realty As a, lifelong 'punster, I have ,Will open Aug. 25. Free SHOP AT BARKLEY'S EVERY WEEK
Board, attended the 11, til annual always been attracted by words pick up and delivery of
Where Prices Are Right
and how
and names, they oan
session of the National Real Estate children. The of the
be used to bring smile to ages
Brokers Association Which a my 1201 N.W. 3rd Arenui
listeners'' faces. In traveling children are ((from 2 to 5..
met in city of beautiful homes
We Deliver Call FR 3.9458 FR 4.2376N11AfbAM1rlhfisr1
or
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and ''southern hospitality, Aug throughout Miami Serve hot lunch daily. 1500
18-21, The beautiful hotel Walu- area, I have noted a number of N.W.. 74th St., phone ,NE 1e1rlif-M_1/1_aR1e1tI 1oI L1eI 11111t1IZ11..
the where fine examples of home owners'
jaje was headquarters 40576. S13
sense- of humor In naming their
meetings' were held and many
"estates" Here are a few: "The
for
guest the occasion lived.
Mrs. Taylor house guest of Wood Shed," "Knight's Rest,"
was
ASTHMATICS!
Mrs.. Gladys Olivers" 1863 Simpson "Sward's Point, "Molar Manor"a
( dentist, of course ); and "The A T LASTAvailable
Road in her beautiful new Want simple, effective relief from
Ruff House. The last belongs to
home. Among the topics discussed choking, racking bronchial asthmatic
a partner of the law firm of Rut
by experts of the craft were: spasms Get genuine
and Ready, believe it'or not!
Professional ethics from
public
/ Breatheasy see what you'veb..n
standpoint, public relations The challenge of these fine examples missing! There'e no eubetl To
ethics between real estate broker of my favorite type of tute for original BrMtheaey In* Everyone
and salesman, relationship, humor forced me to check; thru halant and nebulizing set. Get
between attorneys and real estate the phone book, to' test my aptness comfort by breathing! Quaran .
brokers and salesmen- pub- : along this line. This Is whatI teed.
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There were two panels: Appral-
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If we can't fix it in home
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Q. V. Williamson, presidentof
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1 'A.lon Freedom's Road'g Student CounselorThe SEPTEMBER 6, 1958 PAGE 3


1 Freshman Orientation
By KOTH PERRY -- , ,
Committee and speech correc-
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services of Southern Uni-
FOR BETTER PICTURES . See
Once upon a time, I believe THE DEMOCRATIC PROCESS versity have selected Doris L. a
'\ that the word segregation must Thomas as student counselor-
a
have meant to most Americans Segregation l< all the things Johnson of Miami
just what Webster! defined it as mentioned before in the beginning examiner to assist in the Speechand
meaning' in his dictionary: isola- of this column. But most of Hearing testing during
tion or seclusion of a particular all, as we know it today, segre- Freshman Week this fall. Miss :Dinners Parties Weddings Passports
group of persons. And when the gation is an evil, a festering sore Thomas is a senior at Southern Home Movies
word segregation was mentioned on the body politic of America. majoring in speech and special
people thought of it as pertaining The cure for this evil is avail education. She will leave Sept. 9
to the isolating of people able' and waiting to be applied.It to attend the first meeting for Baby Pictures A Specialty
away from other people, is oalled the democratic pro- student counselor examine in
such as
those with contagious diseasesas cess. Some of us may think this Baton Rouge. She is the daughter '409 N.W. 17th Street
f mal 1 pox, are kept I process is slow and ponderousAnd of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thomas,
in special wards in hospitals to perhaps it is. It cannot be '! 1912 NW 68th st.
prevent hurried; sometimes it proceedstwo .
spreading the illness "
.' But I believe this word meant a ..tas forward and one step E "_ ."J1I ,I'' >> ", ','1:
back, but it deliber-
temporary arrangement to most proceeds
people. ately, with its set-backs and mistakes -
along the road to freedom -
SEGREGATIONI and justice. It include:
", Faubus, and the segregationists, I
JePOTAMKINBEN
dare say that Webster would but more important, it also includes 'AIf
not recognize his word if he the Bil I of RighU and
were to hear it' used as it cur- American, ideals. <
rently appears in American life. i
For segregation! is no longer only It is inconceivable that the
a word in tne dictionary:: it is a principles and ideals which have:
f challenge and rallying cry to strengthened and nourished'
Negroes; it is custom and way of Americans from the days of the
life to many Southerners; it is a Revolution will not now uphold
burden of shame and implied interiority the rights of all citizens in our
for some, and'a supposed own time. I cannot think other-
badge of superiority for oth- wise. People like Faubus are not
ers who think a white skin car- Important in the overall pictureof
ries with it the magic of the sup- our country's life. To really
er race. interpret and understand our
f present situation, and to
To Gov. Faubus see our
and others I
like history in its true perspective is
him, segregation today Is apolitical
to remember that ours is a government -
football to kick
around by the people, for the
with
inflammatory
talk and actions until, the demagogic desired people, and of the people,

goal is reached. The situation in z
Little Rock these days reminds us FLORIDA'SVOTER'S
very much of the old fable about LEAGUE
Nero fiddling. while Rome burn-
ed. Gov. Faubus Is certainly MEETS IN ST.
playing the tune of states rightsso _
loudly that he either does not PETE
notice, or doe not care to notice I The Florida Voters' League ) 1.t
that interracial relations throughout met Sunday, Aug. 24 at Robert
the whole South have suffered James Hotel, St. \Petersburg.The .
a severe set-back because of meeting wat called to order 4r'
him. The fact that repercussionsare by the vice president, Dr. E. A. .
being felt throughout the Ward, who presided over the
rest of the world, and that the first part of the meeting and the
prestige of the United States is president, Edward D. Davis presided :
'being badly damaged does not over the second part.
deter Gov. Faubus one bit from ,
his self-appointed task. The meeting was well attended i :i
by about' 135 delegates from .
DEMAGOGUES STILL WITH all areas of Florida. There was

a good representation by the local BEN SCHALER ,,
USA citizens of St. Petersburg,
(Mr. Ben)
better example of undisci- Dade County Young Democratic
plined, selfish demagogery I have Association, Mrs. Elizabeth Espy Sales Mgr JOHNNIE
never seen. When a governor of Johnson, WARE
secretary; Florida State
,
one tate can defy the U. S. Su- Voter's League, Dr. E. A. Ward, Welcomes Johnnie Ware I am happy to joinyour
'Preme Court, be impertinent and vice president, Florida Voter's to Vic Potamkin Chev. organization and
discourteous to the President of League and Charles Ward. Organization. invite my friends for a
the United States, it is more good deal.
than time for citizens to consider The business! session which
where thit defiance and political consisted of the latter part of the
expediency Is leading us. meeting was appropriately sup-I We invite your Patronage
We could laugh it off, perhaps if plemented 'by musical numbersby
it were confined only to Arkansas. local talent; a pap talk was
But the example of Faubus given by Mrt. F. A. Ponder. .
has given added strength to fanatical -
The candidacy of all persons
segregationists In other
states. Virginia running for office on a statewide
will
be recalcitrant

his unrestrained too, if Faubus road continues to white on- the basis business was considered session. Special during New or Used CarsAT

emphasis was placed on the Senatorial 1
supremacy {uov rauous at pres-
sent It not only a demagogue, he race between Senator
is a real menace to democracy.The Spesaard Holland and Claude I ___ _
Pepper. A comprehensive analysis -

outcome of the emergency on the backgrounds, political LOW BANK RATES
meeting of the U. S. Supreme philosophies and senatorial voting -
Court will be of vital concern to records of the 2 candidateswas
everyone. The decision will bea given by Dr. E. A. War d. WEEKLY OR MONTHLY PAYMENTS
grave and difficult task for the Also considered was their
justices. However if justice Is achievements and legislative
served, there can be only one records as they (pertain: to state, r .
decision, if this Is America, and national and international prob-
if Negroes are really citizens lems.
America, because It is America, HUNDREDS t
sometimes can be the breeding SA ME

ground for a Faubus, a Huey JACKSON'S TODDLE INN j OF DOLLARS
Long or a Senator Eastland. ButIt
1. more than a breeding ground Register Now
for an occasional demagogue II
is the fortress of democracy 3038 N.W. 48th Terr. .

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The National' Council of I DftlVBIW
Churches has jut issued' its 1959 I HBRHUnHiMMIIHINE
TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ELLIS yearbook ,of American Churches!
"The Time Are Changed. And Wa Are Changed With Them".. Church membership Is reported I 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
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to be over nearly 105,000,000 I
Office at 1112 N.W Third Avenue Miami, Florida-Phone FR 3-2238 with an annual contribution of ,
Plant at 8740 N.W. 16th Avenue-Phone PL 4-6128 more than two billion dollars. : FRIDAY SATURDAY
This Is; good news. The church I
Entered a* Second Clan Matter, August 9, 1927, at the Poet Office at will continue' to grow in spite of
Miami, Florida, under the .ct of March S, 1876H. her faults after all churchmenare
just human beings. 28
E. 8IOI8MUND Editor ,
REEVES I
himulF
Ne"promoted"
GARTH C. REEVES. Associate Editor and Dullness Manager step. Is II e n r y Y 1} fo ffEN RAIIM4Mo
Arringtonl' : appointment to the : j
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Miami. Housing Authority. Mayor < GLENN
ONE YEAR $4.00 SIX MONTHS: $2.50 THREE. MONTHS $1.50 High is to be congratulatedfor {
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-- - making this appointment. It FORD
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" was long overdue. We wonderwas 0
THE NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the world there any connection with ,
from racial and national antaglonlsms when It accords to every man Housing Director J. T. Knight's 4
regardless.'of race, color or creed his ,human and legal rights. Hatingno urprise resignation. eo-dsniat .
man fearing no man-the Negro Press strives to help every man I y Red Taina
In the firm belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. Garth Reeves editor of the Mi- 9
ami Times and his daughter I I F, BurTO s, Ensi
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Rachel spent the Labor Day .
Truth Is the highest thing a man may keep-Chaucer. .eA DiAfl(ONES
weekend in Nassau returning to' ,' '
his deJc on Wednesday morning -
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK Little Rachel !Is thrilled with -PLU, -
Nassau.
ELECTION NEXT WEEK "THE LAW AND JAKE WADE"
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!Now that inspection, of cars Is
Next Tuesday is election day. For several weeks we over, it's time to, ;get. that new
(have been listening to 'candidates on the radio and tele- driver's license. SUNDAY MONDAY
vision giving their biography and telling of their accom
plishments. We have also read quite a bit about them in At Miami Beach Auditoriumon
Tuesday night Guy Sumlin
our daily newspapers. We have,, seen cards and other po- of Mobile Ala., won a decision tleW AND
litical literature, much of it being rather,trashy. Now we over Gomeo Brennan.
are Bearing the end, and the Florida voters, the people rERRIPlIlGfRANKENSTDN
who really have the say so, will choose those whom they Miss Loretha Mae Bailey 555
W llth Terr., daughter of Mrs.
want to represent them. Ro e Lee Lucky Miami business
Perhaps the most interesting contest' is for the officeof woman, left the city last Sunday MONSTERPIECE!
Senator. A former senator, Claude Pepper, is opposing morning for Lafayette, La., where
Senator Spessard Holland who .is waging relentless she has entered Holy Rosary, Institute -
a
a school for girls.
battle to be re-elected. Holland is running on his record THE REVENGE Of FOANKENSTEIN"I

and has been pointing. out his__accomplishments.His __ u .. I surstasaTUn*
opponent points out Holland's failures, and $1.95 ROBBER TtCHNICOLonStMf I ,
---
makes some ,appealing promises.It I M "'''' v '

is now left,to the voters to make the decision. BEATS CHAIR iU' MAN AGAINST DEMON -

Onthe evening of September 9th, the battle will .
have been fought, and the victory won. Continued from page 1is

As far as Negroes are concerned, there are about punishable, by death, is defin- 'DANA ANDREWS k. '
150,000 registered in the state; not all of these will cast ed as the taking, of money orgood" _
of value by force
votes. Wwould be a good thing if they did; however we violence, with or without or threatof a CURSEOfIE,1 :
hope a l large majority of them will go ,to the polls. It is weapon. ., I i '
a most important duty and one',we should never neglect/ (
Wilson's sentence has ,
if it, be at all possible to perform it. international, attention.attracted Hun-

In the Senatorial race, we are supporting ex-Senator dreds of letters, telegrams) and DEMON I '
Claude Pepper. ,We believe he\ will be the best representative. telephone call have (been directed "
to Gov. James: P. Folsom who asatesumf"as.soowumenouie.
Also important is the race for State Representatives has the power to spare Wilson's 9
especially In group 2, where the incumbent, John B. Orr, life if the courts finally uihold/ *r IIW1.MsiSDHIkS
Jr., faces three opponents. The; name Orr stands out and the death :cntence.
cannot the voters 'he Mr. Orris I
jbe forgotten by represents. Folsom can commute the TUESDAY WEDNESDAYs
a good legislator and a credit, not only to Dade County alty to life imprisonment after pen-
but a credit to the state of Florida. He has ability and which Wilson would: have to
courage. He should be reelected, and is entitled to our serve 15 years before (being eUgb s tiiiillAWARDS
support, we give ,it to him heartily., e for paroa! I II I ;

Speaking of Rep. Orr's stand in the Legislature, on I

February 5, 1957 in Washington' D.C., Judge Samuel I. a. ......IIRTlAI&AS1EI.MOIIGIMEIY CUR
BUNCHETHEATRE
Rosenman said:
lid
"As long as there is such courage, we can be confident Sea \III=- IlllLUlKERR-fRAI K t'IIIml IfiI.
that our American traditions, can, solve the most OPA LOCKA "" otn '
difficult and controversial of problems." Tel NA 1.7322 ..ri IONNAB
SUN., MON, TUES. ... :
In group 1 we think Carey Matthews fits the bill. s .... far Ms M Mess TAeAO1SM.Mr1rr M....It ftf Ah -
All New In Color sr If floor aut.OYKM. If ff reemess.a oelsr eMM
There are so many running for county commissioners "TARZAN'S FIGHT

we will make no recommendation.Your FOR LIFE" -

Board of Public Instruction is an institutionyou WI'th (Gordon Scott "Hellcats of Navy"
should with. least should be willing
keep up At you Plus Scott Brady In Ronald Reagan
to select: and vote for members of this board. May we "Blood Arrow" Nanny Davit
suggest the selection made by the Dade County Young
Democratic Association? ,.. STARTS THURSDAY

Once again we want to remind you that you are neg-
lecting your duty to yourself and' your children if you are AIRCONDITIONEDCAPITOL.
not registered, and if you do not exercise your right of
franchise.GO .

TO THE POLLS ON TUESDAY AND VOTE! THEATRE

"', SAT. MIDNIGHT

SUN. MON., TUE$.
CONGRATULATIONS
1 s SEPT. e.9
,The Miami Times joins with those who are congrat- "The Lone Ranger and

ulating, Attorney Henry Arrington ,upon his appointmentaSa the ''City of Lost Gold"
member of the Miami Housing Authority. Arrington's Plus"African NAKPA

appointment was announced last Saturday.The Lion" ,

appointment was 'made by Mayor Robert King -...., "'-
High who said that 79 percent of the public housing is ---
occupied by Negroes but the race has never been repre-
sented on the housing panel in Miami. RITZTHEATRE

Atty. Arrington has another first to his credit_in
Miami.. He .was the first to be appointed on the staff of
the .State Attorney. Things did not work out well in this SEPT. 7-8.9 n QaD @ 1 0 0
case, aha Arrington had to resign He reopened 'his law "RUN SILENT

office and.. \has built up a lucrative practice. He has alsQ RUN DEEP" *' "*"uniUflulsl .
se>;AuthorityCredit CLARK GABLE l
:' recognIxllig BURT LANCASTER i SIERRA BARONCOLOR

} the fact that Negroes have never been represent -Plu.-

ed'on' the Housing Authority Board, and selecting Ar- "Sing Boy Sing" HT oi tuxtPAGE CINtNMSCOpE:
rinjrton succeed member Peter:McCabe 'whose term has Tommy Sands -

ju {expired. I lti, _......_ .
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U. S.'Court'! Rules. .' : 4 v" ':. / DR PATTERSONTO THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"

'. y.' .1 I SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1958 5
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: i VISIT HERE; l'

Or. Jackson Legal.' '..i'I'

EX-PRESIDENT Miss Hanna in | Jack and Jill

OF TUSKEGEE Piano Recital Now, OpenThe F

President of BaptistsConclave The Training Union of Mt. 011-I' Jack and Jill Kindergarten
Dr. Frederic D. Patterson vette Baptist Church, 1450 NW of Bethany SDA Church, 360
former president of Tuskezee 1st Ct. Cassandra Hor-
Institute presents NW 14th Terr., is now open. Th"%
Opens in director of PhelpsStokesFund tense Hanna, pianist in a recital i school specializes In training thi)
president of the National Monday' evening, Sept. 8, at fl child's heart, hand and mind. ,
Chicago Tuesday Mrs. Agnes Thomas Business League is expected to o'clock. For Information. on how to I
And Children End be in Florida on a speaking engagement Miss Hanna, the daughter of register your child In our care
''By ALICE A. DUNNIGAN the middle of this Mr. and Mrs. William H, Hanna call PR 1-J3724, or NA 11347.
Chicago Vacation month. From the llth throughthe of 1418 NW 69th st., Liberty Cityis L. R. Jordan, teacher
WASHINGTON! (ANP) 13th he will hold .a confer- a sophomore .at St. Augustine's
The Rev. Joseph H. Jackson of (Mrs. Agnes Hepburn Thomasof ence with the faculty at Florida College ,'I I''
Chicago, president of the 4 mil- North Miami Beach, reports Agricultural and Mechanical She has appeared In numerous Ushers Union (,
lion member National Baptist spend:nj an enjoyable two weeks University. places throughout North Caro...'Celebrates 26th :.
Convention, Inc. won. complete vacation in Chicago at the homeof J Dr. J. R. E. Lee, FAMU vice ulna and Virginia displaying i
vindication here Tuesday, when her sister, Mrs. Vernett president, national director-reg mu.leal artistry on the pianoforte I Anniversary I'f.'
the U. S. District: Court for the Brown. Mrs. Thomas was accompanied !istrar J. Otis Molbley Tallahassee and recently did a half I '
District of Columbia ruled that on the trip by her two state Busino League president hour live broadcast over radio ] On Sunday, Sept. 21? st ,3.00: .
he Is legally the titular head of younger children, Colette Diane and Dr. Eartha Mary station WFFF in Raleigh. The (P.m. the Ushers Union will celebrate -
the great Baptist body-larlgest. and Cedric (Ricky) Thomas. M. White, National, Florida State program will consist of well its 26th anniversary at St,
Negro church organization in the: The family reports a ((pleasant and Jacksonville Jocal business known compositions by Beetho-j I Luke's Baptist Church' between17th
world. tay in the Windy City and regrets cague Board of Directors mem- ven, Lizst, Goddard, and 19th streets on 6th aye'
rrhe decision handed I having to return so soon. ber, are calling the heads of the inscription is $1.00.JACKSON The Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor, k "
down was Due to enrollment of the child- League. Board of Directors mom- will preach the sermon.
on the eve of the NBC
1958 ren in school the family's stay .fessional, ed-ucatlifral, financial, I All officers and members are
9-14 convention, to be held Sept. was .hortencd Mrs. Thomas has insurance, etc. ,groups throughout TODDLE INN 'asked to be ,present, on time
in Chicago and
expected to
attract thousands of delegates to resume her duties, at her gro- the state to attend a confer- Register Now properly uniformed. The public
and visitors to the ConventionCity cery and meat (business in Lib- ence with Dr. Patterson, to be Is cordially invited, especially our
of the West. erty City. She is de.irious of held either in Tallahassee or 3038 N.W. 48th Terr. I pastors.
spending a short time visiting Jacksonville, Sept 14. David Hudson, Pres. ,
I I HI'I
Dr. Jackson was refprarented<< another sister, Mrs. Ival Hop- NE 4-4308 Mrs. Ellinson, reporter
The
place for the state
by the Lawson- cKenzje law kin cf Mt. Vernon, N.Y., who is meet- oJ
ing was to be announced
after
firm, while the relators-a groupof presently the houseguest of a conference between the a IJ'I
Jackson-
ministers who challenged his younger sister, Mrs. Gloria Mae 'I N ti;
tenure of office were represented Mes.er at 1611 NW 3rd ave. ville League member, business
!by Dean James Nabrit. of I and leaders other and professional Mrs. group GO FIRST CLASS" ; :
Gladys C.
\
Howard B. C. Hayes Law.and School.the... Atty.firm; G.of Liberty Beauty Vautghts. state and Jacksonvillelocal ,,

Reeves Robinson and Duncan. Salon Beach Outing executive secretary, called t 'II r.w
by Rodell F Roberts, local president .
'
Operators of Liberty Beauty at Clara White Mission, 613 . with America'sFinest 6 OLDEN (
PUBLISHER \BAYS . .
Salon of 6707 N.W. ,15th. ave., W. Ashley St., Thursday at 7:00: : '1 1'j
and their families enjoyed a CAP ,.98
INTEGRATION pjn.Plans Bourbon "
beach outing on Labor Day. Each will also be con idered '
CAUSES SOUTH one invited a guest.A for a mass meeting to be held at ;, :thJhrM
balanced diet was served Edward Waters College, featuring in a handy
TO ACCEPT and Mrs. Marie Wareham had Dr. Patter on, and subsequent \
Mrs. Gloria Dunn pre'ent each tour of the' state, !including Mi-
'I 11 lf1
s
ISOLATIONCOLUMBIA i I operator with a St. Christopher ami by the National President pocket flask.
Medal The second meal was then andlor his executive assistant .
Mo. (ANP- served and all returned home by John H. Wickliffe, New York
"Integration and the fight to op- the Keyes Bus Service. City.
pose it have driven the South I Ill,
into an isolationist mood so Intense -
it ,borders on martyrdom," ,
( !
Mark F. t.hridie.publisher( i 7 .",...to I
Louisville-Courier Journal, declared -
in a speech at the University Girls WantedTo y '}gtul{
of Missouri last week. YEARS;, i"'p
,I ri 11
Addressing 300 delegates to OLD
the Association for Education in r
Journalism convention, Ethridg Compete For ANN a.lt,
explained that the feeling and IIU&'j
determination to (protect its way
of life, come hell or high water, t'I
come hydrogen world or not, has MISS MIAMI I ,.':f
led the South into Isolation, : '\
which has never been a part of y:: 88 PROOF. 11 '
its tradition.He ...\ a 100 PROOFBOTTLEDINBOND !
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also said the Contest '
pres "h a snot Popularity '
told the story of ittle Rock" I : '. 4/' QUARTS .II "
nor what the situation has done
PINTS
to the moderates, the "people of
good A ill who oppose ,;egregation I HAIJ.PINT'
but want to obey the law." I II I

The journalism convention was JIM JAM CLUB
one of a series of year-long
events in the celebration of the
50th anniversary of the journalism 1900 N.W. 75th Street '
school at the university


Art ExhibitThe I. Friday, October 3, 58 *1

Church of the Incarnation i :
request the honor of your pres- .
ence at its first Exhibit of Art
(paintings sculpture, ceramics) ttiMioif mtnuuiu catun
on Sunday the seventh of Sep- .
Applicants Call NE 4-6627 *
$ fvtatiM If/rmm h Trunwtouiwui
tember at 4 o'clock pjn. in the I
Liberty Square Auditorium 6306 1f / anoryw5i /

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"
Win Roundin Register Now

PAGE 6 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1958 Negroes
3038 N.W. 48th Terr.


BOOK REVIEW . WPB School SuitThe NE 4.4308



Freedom'"Stride Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ...wo..........

'Stride Toward In New Orleans Tuesday-1 leaders and the city. SUFFERERSw
reversed a ruling by U. S. :District Last month Dr. Gartrell Gaines,
Judge' Emmett Choate representing 1,000 petitioners, tO Toward Freedom" school mtnu.unM.........*.-enm eait
Miami in the two-year-old I asked the school board\ to open ...
HMWUUI WBJL
The Montgomery Story, toy Mar- integration fight in Palm Beach* Palm Beach Junior College to poll*.aa MKTATtMM.......M Tale KAUIIIt
tin Luther King, has just been TM2WW. 10e.000'IOa. B* OO*%
.tCAt County. students. The board has Lap nalo o
OAR OF I Negro ...
published by Harper and Brothers IWWT ar oa sass Aaovt PtUVI.M.fsPJI.\
Judge Ohoate ruled July 5, down the petitioners so
publishers; New York. The 1957 that West Palm Beach Negro far.turned
a
book gives a complete account ThctwidLvYiSince (
!
attorney's son was not being ]
of the story of the Montgomerybus Nort'hboro' school ,pe-
.trike' of the courage and kept out of of his color. ww w.rta...sss,.... .......+... .
Opinion cause Land O'NodKindergarten
self-control exercised by Negroesas Attorney William M. Holland
they fought a non-violent
had tried to have his son enrolled .
battle against police brutalities,
A Northboro in September Opens
at
political intrigues and the forces of 1956. WHY BE SICK?
of segregation and won.
a monthly Investment The appeals court (remandedthe The Barrett's Land 0' Nod Examination of your Per.
"Stride Toward Freedom" is plan for buying corporationstocks case to the Miami federal Kindergarten epened its fall ses-I onal Aliment plus examination !.
written in a lucid, moving, read- was offered to the publicin court for further action.It ion on Tuesday' morning, : of heart, lung,
able style, that makes it some- January, 1954, investors have said a, "ooimpletely segregated 2 at 434 NW 21st St. Registration stomach, liver, gall' bladder
what unique among the narra- bought 2,397,756 shares with a public school system is being 'begins at 8 a.m. For further information rectal prostrate,
tives of racial conflicts. Most of value of $93.8 million in this maintained and enforced" in parents may call FR II nerve reflexes, blood pressure
its chapters read like pages out manner. Palm Beach County. ..Ve078.Mrs. and urinalysis, Including .
of "The Arabian Nights" but Jud&e/ Choate had held that Vera Moorman, Prin. x.ray.. Indicated.
are the true experiences of the the boy's constitutional rights Miss Lillian Hepburn, I FREE CONSULTATION.Clip .
The Tax Foundation
reports
author and many others. had not been infringed. Holland Instructor and bring this adl
of 11 employed
that one every said his seven-year-old ton's application Mrs. Eloise B. Kemp, Super., Treatments for blood,
read individuals works for state or local -
This tome should be ,
for transfer from Pleas- I akin or urinary disease,
government. Total payroll !
learned and inwardly digested by
ant City school to Northboro, a pile, rectal, stomach
who reads especially cost: $19 billion a year.
everyone greater distance from his home, J. B. SMITH j trouble, prostrate gland
those who asire to leadership
had been turned down becauseof trouble, backache, rheumatism .
'
among colored folk. The author The railroads get one-eighhth
his color.) nervousness, I low
shows a ,keen insight of the factors of one cent for carrying a first- ELECTRICSERVICE I ulcer hormone de.
,
that hamper and 500 The West Palm Beach municipal vitality
progress class letter an average of .
in. and gives Golf Course was quietly integrated I ficiency, lost vigor, arthritis
unity the group a miles. And for about/ an eighthof and chronic diseases.
searching analysis of the same. a cent more they provide the in mid April after a Electrical Contractor New Location
The name of Martin Luther mail cars, workers, terminal ser- long court fight between Negro SOUTHERN CLINIC
King and the Montgomery move- vices and jo on. needed to sort HOUSEWIRING
2847 Coral
ment are inseparable, for he was and handle the mail enroute. Way
the leader. !IHe is a graduate of sense!" "Don't cuss Call us" Hours: 105. Closed Wed.

Morehouse College, B. D, from i and Thurs.
Our human population isn'tthe PHONE NE 5-3058
Crozier Theological Seminary, Wall Street Journal article
only one that's booming. The
Ph.D. from Boston University, I dog population has soared from II points out that some 90,000 I Night or Day I
and pastor of Dexter Avenue 13,500,000 today. The pooches people and businesses filed tot Advertise It Pays!
Baptist Church, Montgomery.The consume around $400 millionof bankruptcy in the fiscal year that I
book sells for 295. I prepared dog food alone each Just ended a Jump of 23 percent
over the year !before. Four
Surprise :Birthday year. I' out of five bankruptcies are filed THIRD AVENUE REALTYHomes
by individuals.

Party In David Lawrence's view: r = and Lots for sale in all areas of Dade County
"What a strange delusion has
'A surprise birthday party was swept the world, ,and particularly -: WARNER I Reasonably priced LISTINGS WANTED
given. for Mrs. Alean Miller her so many misguided persons in
granddaughters, Edith McCloudand the parliaments of the free HINES. Inc. 742 NW 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-3297
Mrs. Francena Wallace, on peoples, as they enthusiastically''I Painting and ,
Tuesday night at 1257 NW 27th urge 'summit' conferences! Isn'tit WsterproofingContractors S. Hutcheson, Jr., Registered Real Estate Broker
st. The affair proved to be a that somehow, by fitting down I
great surprise to Mrs. Miller. As under the glare of the kleig Licensed and s
she entered the home at the key lights and television, with cam- Insured by City ,.band .
moment, everyone present beganto eras clicking and thousands of County I.
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PAGE 8 THE MIAMI TIMES--Th. People. Newspaper"




A MESSAGE TO ALL THINKING VOTERS: ,



WE ARE IN DANGER I "




We are in danger . in danger means for Negro and White,

We are in danger. . in'dangerof nationally, we need . Latin and ,North American to
sit around a table to work fora
losing our fight for . PEPPERFor -
Claude solution to community problems

under government aus

JOHN B. ORR, Jr. U. S. Senator } pices.

(lever 1-B)
Yet, we find our own group
(lever 7-B) again divided on whom the' Ne-

need gro should support for Metro!
In the Fla. Legislature we

the additional strength of . We respectfully commend

The top political writer of the these five men who are sup-

Miami Herald predicts that Carey Matthewslever porting a Community Rela-

tions Board:
Jack Orr will NOT be reelected ( 6.8)

to the ,Fla. Legislature!! We are in danger of losing the Dist. 1-Robert Haverfield

greatest opportunity ever offered (19-E)
> t .4/
our community. ,Five Dist 2-Harvie DuVal (19-D)

candidates for Metro 'Commission -
YOUR VOTE on Sept. 9 is Dist. 3-Ben Ervin (22-D)
have agreed-in the paperto !

needed to prevent this tragedyto establish a workable Community Dist. 4-George'Okell'

Relations Board withan Jr.(20E)
all Florida. We can win, we
annual ,budget. ,For the Miami-Travis Phillips ((25-E)

will win, if every Negro votes. FIRST time Miami has a golden
(CUT THIS OUT AND SAVE TIL TUES,
opportunity to provide the SEPT. 9))




I ..1 I Greater Miami Ministerial Alliance. Pol." Adv. I IPd. I I'ELECT.




I'' 200.Freshmen '. -I

Expected at

. ,JSethuneCookmanlTwo

hundred freshmen are expected .c
'
4 to enroll Set 12-13 at
Bethune-Cookman College in c
Daytona each. Freshmen Orientation ,
Week is Sept. 8-14.
,,5. The registration. date for up- ,
percla then is Sept. 15-16, *
I Classes for all students will begin .
I Sept. 17.

\\As heretofore, Bethune will offer -
weekend sa.slon courses for
teachers who are seeking to meet
state certification requirement,
for those who'desire cultural en-
HARVIE S.DuVAL richment and professional improvement -
for, those who wish to
qualify in specialized areas, for
teachers who do not hold a degree -
for individuals needing
I I bourses prerequl.ite to graduate 4
study; and for students who must
I J meet, their residence requirements -
.

Crusaders '49

Reunion MeetingThe

YOUR Crusaders of '49, alumni
or George Washington Carver
High School, held their reunion GEORGE OKELL
meeting' at the palatial home of Jr.
County CommissionerDISTRICT Mr. and Mrs. David Ramsey. ,
The men>era of the class vent
an enjoyable evening chatting
with one another as refreshmentswere METRO COMMISSIONER
2 erved by the gracious .GL
:
host and hostes
The following officers were DISTRICT 4 i
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 elected: Shedrick Wesley, Pres;;
David Ramsey, vice president; "
-I Doris Martin Laughlin, secreary; LEVER
l"It is my firm conviction that when men Mamie Powell Black, assistant .!. ,
secretary; .Robert ''McKay, trea-
of goodwill ,can .sit down around the conference surdr; Timothy Williams, busi-
nea manager; ; Walter Frierson, 20-E
j ,, table,.most problems disappear. assistant ion Josey business Kendrick manager, chaplain; Mar-; }

t iThus, I vigorously support the formation Cora Lee Hugley, social com- ,
mittee chairman. Vote
for the
ftof Community Relations'Board." The next meeting will be held candidate in District four;who is backing -
at Robert McKay's home in the creation of a .Workable
;4'J.t! Harvie S. DuVal Richmond Heights the fourth Comm;a1ity Relation
,'.,. I Sunday in September at :3 pjn. Board.-George OKell, Jr.!
PULL ;LEVER 19-D J The meetings will be held the
.fourth Sunday of each month.
(pd. pot|I. adv.) Meeting places will be (pd. |x>l. adv.)
.
I ed at each meeting. All announc-I
\... ers. are requeteS>t0 . ..1
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BETHEL BAPTIST following officers Sis. Nannette THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper"SATURDAY
? Richmond Heights . Greer, chairman; Sis. Mable Mc-
Rev."-L.R. Ross,' Pastor*.' Esther Fatten. 'ico-chalrmaix.'A.Sls.. ;; .Queen At I (SEPTEMBER 6, 1958 PAGE 9
Sis. Nannette Greer, reporter Armstrong1, secretary; Sis .
Ella M. Daniels, chairman of f Tihe
Services were as usual last program committee' ; Sis. Hattie a
ST. MATTHEW AMEZ
THE
INCARNATION.
Sunday Clarte chairman of finance committee and a
Mother Pearl Johnson, presi- ; Sis. Rebecca Fisher, i 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. 1833 NW 54th Street
dent of the Missionary Society, chairman of Flower committee, ists at Rev., A. H. Ferguson", pastor Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar
invited Sister Lula Moran, our and many others. Sept. 8 Sunday School.....:*....... 9:45: ajn. Veronica Q'R*rry, reporter
Missionary, in to make her an- We acknowledge the presenceof School, Morning Worship ............ 11 a.ra. ,
nual visit to the Mosdonary So those who came to worship ed. Evening worship ............. 7:30 p.m. Summer Schedule of Services
ciety and Young Matrons, Red with us. Please come again and Rehearsals .
Circle and Sunshine Band Be- The NEW BETHEL BAPTIST SUNDAYS:
fore the., Ministers and Deacons' being Matins ............................ 7:45 a.ra
Union. Everyone learned a lot BETHANY BAPTIST 1571 N.W. 68th Terr. Solemn Sung Mass and
through. the Instruction. of Sister in Rev. G. Jones, pastor Sermon .................... 8:00: ton
Moran. We were happy S316 NW 50th Street with Sunday School........... 9:45: a.m. Church School and Adult
have her in our onidsL very She to Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor are Morning worship ......,........... 11:00: Bible Class .... .. 9:30: a.m
presented with some lovely gifts was Sunday School...ry..... 9:30: jn. Evening worship .................... 7:30: E. Y. Churchmen ........ 5:30: pm.
from Morning Service ............ 11 1m man of Solemn
:Attention said group. BTU ................................ 5:30.: pm mittee, ANTIOCH BAPTIST Sermon Evensong............and...... 7:00:, p.m
women: Our Woman's Evening Service ............ 7:30: pan TUESDAYS:
Day is drawing near. All cap- Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30: pjn. VOTE"I 2799 N.W. 46th St. St. Vincent's Acolyte
tains put on your working shoes : Rev. E. D. Richardson pastor >
and make this day a ,big success. ST. WEDNESDAYS Guild' Meeting ........ 8:00.. p.m.
Those who ANTIOCH KINDERGARTEN :
this are making plans for Drive Carefully N.W. This is marking our eighth LOW Mass ................... 6:30: a.m
outstanding affair are the year of service. in this community. Evensong .... ... .......... 8:00: p mTHURSDAYS
: : Our hours are 7:30: to 4:00: :
..Daily .. : Bring your children in and leave St. Michael's ChoirRehearsal.
I r : them in the hands of well train- ................ 1:00: poa
ed ,workers. For further information : FRIDAYS:
ELECT call NE 4-2527 of NE St. Vincent's Acolyte .
Rev. 4-4&02. The instructors ere Mrs. Guild Rehearsal .... 5:00: pea
Gussie Richardson and Mrs. Rosa Boy Scouts
Mrs. Lee Patrick and Mrs. Annie (Parish 1111)) ........ 6:00: pan
!Sunday Phillips Note: Low Masses on all Holt
I BEN ERVINYOUR Morning : and Saints days at 6:30 ajn.

Young ST. JAMES A.M.E.Dr. ivals Sung at Mass 6:00 on ana.all weekly .faa-

A. Joseph Reddick, pastor
I Mrs. Sadie F. Dun reporter
1 II 1I

I The Missionary: Society of St. NOTICEAll
AME Church presented
Maeola the Church notice MUST bt
J. Dunmore as ,
COUNTY COMMISSIONER guest .speaker for the 1,1, o'clock typ.wrPtten !doubt ,ppvetd\ .
cervices. Mrs. Dunmore chal-I and on one httt of pap.r. Copy
MUST b. Into our offle/ by 8
the to
lenged women greater
p.m. Tu*..d.y of aeh w.ek to
Missionary endeavor and a
DISTRICT 3 Inaurt InMrtlon.-Church Idltor.
greater consciousness of the ne-
VOTE"r cesrity of ervlng God throughthe ,
allievation of human offer
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 'ing both at home and abroad.
Bro. Theodore Roddy' newly NOTICEWe
appointed Superintendent solicits -
"I will work for and support la community relation the presence of parents as the Deacon, officers and
well as children to be In atten- members of the African Univer-
board ,that should bring about :a jbetter land closer dance at the Sunday School sat Church cordially invite the
which. begins: at 9:30: am public to attend our sixth annual -
understanding of all racial '!'problems."-Ben (lErvin. The Holy Eucharist will be assembly' beginning Thurs-

administered at both the 11 a an. day, Sept. 11 through Sunday,
and 7:30: p.m. services.Dr. Sept. 14 In Hollywood.
PULL LEVER 22-D Reddick will speak from Closing Sunday with the Miami
(pd. (pol. adv.) the theme Sunday morning, Master Singer appearing at 3:30:
"Man's First Love." Sunday evening directed !//by Baldwin. .Hepburn
at 730 pm his theme will Come one, come' all Place At
be "Facing Life's Mystery." lanta street, Hollywood'
The, "Frjendly Church" it in Signed: Deacon John Dean
need of an organist to render Mr, Gloria Hepburn, Sec'y
music for the Gospel Chorus and
Young People's}. choir. If you
ELECT know of any one even as you
read this article, please contact SALE
the pastor.

Chairs, metal beds, doors,
Women's Day
screens, screen d 0 0 r a,
TRAVISPHiLLIPS At St. LukeSt.
plumbing fixtures, pipes,

Luke Baptist Church, 1809 etc.
NW 6th ave., will celebrate its
annual Women's Day programthe CHEAP
fourth Sunday in October All
members' and friends .are 'expected Inquire
to attend. Officers are: Annie
B. Sullivan, general chairman; 2186 N.W. 7th Ave.
Acqullla Anderson, co-chairman; r
YOUR Annie L., Bell, I ifrogram chairman;
Margaret Robertson music
chairman; Afruile M. CovlntftJon,
solicitation chairman; Ethel
County CommissionerCITY Paz deer' chairman of captains: ELNORA
Lucille Carson, chairman of
JERRY W. CARTER ushers; Thelma Williams I decor- SUNDRIES
ation chairman; Evelyn Bankr
OF MIAMISEPTEMBER FOR Rf.ELECTIOM hospitality chairman; Christine Headquarter for your
RAILROAD & PUBLIC Sutton, finance chairman; Ge- MIAMI TIMES If you live out
JTILITIES neva Darling treasurer; Matilda Brownsville way
9th COMMISSION Williams, reporter; (Rev P. W, WOMIN'S AND MEN'S HOSE
GROUP 2 Williams, pastor. WE SERVE

Foremost Ice Cream

Phone NE 4-9441

VOTE FOR. : i 4338 N.W. 27th Ave.


: sp "I will work for and ROBERT M1HAVERFIELD 1 J. PINCHER,' Mar indf '


support a community

4 i' : relations board that .
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DESTAutomotive
should bring about a
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et better and closer understanding
Service '
of all
Commissioner Dist 1 1180 N.W. 119th St.
County ''
: racial problems.9 Miami, Florida

LEVER 19E"I RADIATORS . .
L ,k Travis Phillips Cleaned:

Repaired

pledge myself to support the (establishment RecoredWe

of a workable Community {Relations w. auarsntse Service" : ,.t"'aotol'1 61

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I : THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" Wilson of West Miami .

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, J95S will Failed?"discuss at the "Has Baha'l" Religion Center, Phone FR 4.0028FR 4-3853

137 NW llth ave., 7:45: pan Sunday -
Sept. 7. All races: and faiths
CORINTH BAPTISTMeets ST. JAMES BAPTIST are cordially Invited. MIAMI 36, FLORIDA

every 2nd and 4th Sunday 323 N.W 14th St
at ),ft. Olive Primitive Baptist Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor Triumph Church - -..


Sunday Church. School....................... .:30( Sunday Services Holds School of
Morning worship ................ 11:31 Sunday School........... 9:30: un. fi. COMMUNITY!
Evening Service .................... 7:30 Morning Worship ........ 11:00: a.m Wisdom, YPE Band
y Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor, BTU ................................ 5:30: pjn. ld
and successful gospel preacher Evening Worship ............ 7:30: p.m. ConventionTriumph DRUG 51'ORt
Visitors always welcome
the Church and
,FIRST UNITARIAN"Toward
EBENEZER METHODISTRev. Kingdom of God in Christ held
COR. N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St
an Understanding of its 11th annual State School of
Man: The Problem" will be the Aaron D. Hall, pastor Wisdom and YPE Band convention
first in a series of sermons to be Ernestine L. Hambrick, reporterWe In St. Petersburg beginning PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED

presented by Rev. Glen O. Can- enjoyed a wonderful, Wednesday, August 20 at noon
field, minister of the First Uni- day last Sunday.very Rev Hall delivered and closing Sunday, Aug. 24 Cut Rate Drugs Free Delivery
tarian Church located Dixie with our honorable' date Supt.
on the morning sermon and COSMETICS GIFTS HOSIERY FOUNTAIN SERVICE
Highway at SW 29th Road on Prince R. L. Williams, presiding
the Rev. William Washington, BILLS
Sunday, Sept. 7, 11 a.m. Sum- student at Gammon Theological The session was called to order SEALTEST ICE CREAM-MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT
mer church school is at 11 ajn. with our preslder giving praises
Seminary the
'preached evening to God for our assembling in Phone PLaza 8-4703 Phone PLaza 84704C.

TEMPLE BAPTIST ,sermon. another, state convention and for
The Labor Day party sponsored M. JOLLIVETTE SR., Prop
the
wonderful God
has
the way
by Methodist Men at the
Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor 'blessed .
home of Mr. and Mrs. John and kept u: all, after -

The !Ministers and Deacons' Clarke, was well attended and which, the service was turned
Union of Atlantic Coast Baptist t a ,great success. over to our own beloved Bro. J.

Association met last weekend On Sunday the pastor will administer Olds for devotional service. OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU

(Thursday night through Sun- the Holy Communion at Opening song: "Going Into

day) at Temple. Inspiring gospel l both services. You are expectedto That Seventh Day's Rest" led by SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
be
messages and soul-reviving songs present Sister S. O. Johnson. Another
featured the meeting. Rev. J. The Wesleyan Service Guild song: "Jurt Beyond The Veil of PSYCHIC READER
H. Johnson and choir, of West will be !in charge of class meetIng Darkness," by Bro. J. Olds.
Palm Beach served at 11 ajm. on Tuesday, night. offered. '"Be-
Prayer was Song,
Sunday, and the Rev.| G. G. This week most of our stu- hold I Live After: which our
Jones and choir of New Bethel dents are returning to their various conductor thanked and praised i"il4iD- ; : t tTh i ij'

that evening. colleges. We send with God for his goodness to us and :

The concert sponsored by the them God's blessing that they for everyone present. Then !, f1', 1lUNTr'::
Excelsior Social Club and Temple have a successful rear brought to us our Introducer Mo \':!- \0 ; i. '"". , ;' ,
choir No. 1 on Monday evening, We acknowledge the presenc T. James: who Introduced our .'j :' \ !\ $'i.' ,..
-" -
Ssfc-
was a musical and literary feast of those who come to worship presider to the congress. He was ,, : ;'**J'I' : T&
Miss Antoinette Spicer had th with us and Invite you to wore welcomed sincerely and heartily Mt'\ ;:; ; 'r\tei: ; J
leading role, and was accompanied ship with us always then all delegates, members : !: % \ : :,,- $MLtt

Iby Willie Williams She was I You are urged to pray for and visitors and friends welcomed by ,,!,- ," ; i1g; ; ;,
f ably supported (by Miss Lilllian visit the sick. Our shut-ins include applause. We truly were happyfor fi: rlnD'.r"'f. "
Hepburn who was accompaniedby : Sis Elsie Griffin, N. W. their presence. Thank God ,l '
; Mrs. Elois Barret Kemp. The 7th st.; Sis. Thomasina S. Temar, The honor was bestowed on Sis. ; .Jb.ttf....it.w.i\, .

kw program was interspersed with Jackson Memorial Hospital; Sis M. S. Thomas to open the testi- III .,. 'l.: 1" .. lit ..
dramatic readings toy Miss Maude mony tervice which she did beau- t 4 'f''f :
Addle : :
Walker, Jackson Memorial t : .............. "
Newibold. Elliott Pieze tifully other interest- ; .rrras..i
J. was Hospital; Sis. Emma Neal, 1722 and many xe.w a.aiew..
M. C.The. NW 63rd St.;, Sis Florida Butler, ing testimonies followed. PrinceA.

Women's Day Committee 152 NW 8th et; Sis. Equilla L. Smith brought us a very my years of Experience guide and protect you through Life

sponsored 'a tea Sunday, Aug. 31 Snipes, 1227 NW 2nd ct,; Sis. inspiring message; one that I am a. a Lighthouse guide the ship In a storm
Sadie Jones cure all present will be bene-
f 1978 NW 4th ct.
from 4 to pjn. at the home o: fited by it! for to
Sister Rosa Lee Delancy, corner Thought for the week: "Our I years come. WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME

of NW 21st terrace and 6th ct concern for the lost" !is the way Truly we too can say with assurance For Success in Business And Love
to the love
of God.
The commitee will have a fish didn't our hearts burn CONSULT HER -
',; fry on the church aground every while this wonderful man of
i Friday night. Mrs. Miriam Hep. NEW HOPE BAPTIST God spoke to us from the sub- You can now have your home made happy

burn, chairman; Mrs. Mary Owen, Rev. James E. Brown, pastor ject, "Looking Ahead." Scrip- Get and Hold the position you so long wanted

co-chairman. Bro. Vandell Bavan, Sec'y ture Phil. 3:12: Gal. 1:11-12: Cal. Don't Stay in the rut get out now
The Pulpit Aid Board, Mrs. M 3:1-4: after which the presider she
the
d of God
0 By help
E. Stevens, president, will spoil "He leadeth me In the path of asked for a change' of order and can help you

xor a program Sunday, Sept. 7, righteousness, for his name's the delegates came forth to reg Remove evil influence if sick worried in
you are or
at 3:30: !pjm sake. This particular verse was' ister. Registration of delegatesand I
y taken from the Book of Psalm badges $27.00 troubleIt

MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. was the subject of of Rev. A. J. Food money 290.05 will to call and this Gifted
tee Medium
pay you
First
James, pastor of Emmanuel Ba p. I Total donation 498.S4
E. M. Thomas, pastor tist Church, Detroit Freewill Offerings 141.50 Where thousands come yearly for help and advice, you too can
Oretha Holder, reporter At 7 o'clock School of Wisdom 48.68
we were inspired Offering be touched by this strange mysterious power

0, give thanks unto the Lord with another great message delivered Dist. Supervisor's Offering 82.00 WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe
for He is good, His mercy en- by Rev. C. H. Biner of Supt. Love Offering 105.25
dureth forever, in obeying God's Ocala, subject, "Chirst the Leader Chartered Bus 47.01 same God who delivered Moses and the children of ,Israelof

command We ,began our service er all preaching," taken from Total to Congress $1,240.02 old l I. still alive today and will open a way for you throughthe

with the Sunday School which the 1st Cor. 23rd verse. It was decided that the con- troubled seas of life Let not him that Is blind lead you or
began at the usual' hour with the Sunday coming at tour a.m. stumble with him.
we will begin God's Day with gress would convene In For 1 t you
superintendent in charge.
sunrise Pierce In August, 1959 after
At 11 'ajn. devotional was and dedicatorial service doubt the existence
Do of
with Father C. A. which ''the congress adjourned you things because you cannot see
Lang of West
conducted by Bro. Florence with
Palm Beach until called by the prerlder. The them
delivering
the mes-
soul-stirring prayers and uplifting congress was dismissed: by PrinceA. What do think of the 'Invisible
hymns. (Music was' fur- sage, followed by Sunday Schoolat you waves and sounds that make
L. Smith.
nished /by the ''No. 1 choir who Brown 9:30: in ajm. with Deacon J, D. iRt Rev. E. L. Simpson, Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television possible
charge. The
sang Zion songs. Our speaker for will 11 ajra. district bishop A seed before It sprouts, lies concealed, secret, silent In the dark
message be
delivered
the hour was a visiting minister, beloved by* our Prince R. L Williams, earth or womb of Nature THERE IS AN "UNSEEN
pastor POWER"Therefore
Subject "All
J. ,
Rev. N. Nead. He spoke from presider
the subject "A Sick World," Inspiring Shook Up. Sis. E. B. Quarterman, Secy acquaint you rI I - -
IAt 7 o'clock
will
we close
was his sermon. the day with our regular Communion out 61s. E. P. Williams, self with the one who is an
'
Sunday afternoon at 5:30: (BTU service Our pastor of- reporter authority. Whose private f r

was held, few in number, but ficiating. In the following Monday consultation will evolve you :

nevertheless the Lord's will was morning our pastor and Mrs. to a higher state of mind. t'
carried out. We had a 'wonderful Brown will depart by car for BEST BUY
program rendered by the Junior Chicago where
they will attend ESTATE MUST SELL All Information is
and Story teller classes, after the National Baptist Convention.

wards a short pop session was The entire membership! wish 1641 N.W. 5th PL Strictly ConfidentialOffice
held with Sis. Gray in charge. for them a pleasant and rafe trip,

All seemed to have enjoyed it. a wonderful and enjoyable stay Hours: 0 a.m.-8 p.m.
Sunday night the -usual devo- in Chicago 2-bedroom CBS, Florida room,
and most of all "
tional was, held. Music was fur- safe and speedy return to our a furnished. Total price $8,000. Sunday: 10 a.m to 1 p.m.

) nished by the No. 2 choir who midst extend an invitation to the Don't Write-Call in Person
sang like never before. Our pastor entire public to come and wore F
then came 'before us with the ship with us. You are always ALSO DAILY READING $1.00 UP r
night's sermon, "Lord Teach Me welcome.
How to Pray," He also lecturedto 2049 N.W. 6th Ct. 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
us about our behaviour in the

sin sick world. Call TAYLORFR 5-bedrooms furnished Total MADAM HUNTER
Let us remember the sick and price 5000. Drive by, see, call
those In need of spiritual guid
ance. To the ,public you are invited 9.1703 Chelsea Realty, Realtor 1657 N.W. 73rd St. Miami

to come ,and worship withus
on next Sunday. PL 4-4683 WI 5-2306



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I Dade County Y oong Democratic Association II IIu


en', Composed of public spirited citizens representing We are dedicated to serve unselfishly our ryt r
J all phases of community life, has carefully people and our community. We wholeheartedly R"':j
i investigated qualifications, background and plat- endorse the candidates selected below and urge
:" forms of all candidates for the coming city elec your cooperation. Bb
.u. un
ack'td t tion. uU UI

JOHN O. BROWN, M.D. .............................................. PresidentS. MRS. LLOMA GREEN ......................., Corresponding Secretary ,n
bl HUTCHESON, JR. ............................................ vice President JOHN H. BARKLEY............................... ................ Treasurer I!u.
2 a MRS. E. A. WARD .... ...........,............. '.... Recording Secretary &1t I
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w H For U. S. SENATOR I; '+ r x i w1t.



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#''tJ' Pull Lever 1-B IM

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; I am for all the people, the little man as well\ as the big man. I have never, nor ltlI
i will I ever, compromise the trust of all the people in order to favor selfish interests Io F. '
,14 of the few. ,aiX3 ,
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I am for the progress of the whole State of Florida and the peaceful settlement " a
!t t of all our problems. ia;

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For State Representative Group 2 JJtI !u'x'


t 9 John 8 'Jack" ORR I:":j

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i DADE COUNTY NEEDS MORE OF JOHN B. ORR r #'::
i': Florida's Most Courageous State Legislator-Pull Lever 7-B i ii#'a.a.
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#': For .State Representative Group 1CAREY MA TTHEWS 6-fi f!:j ji

i II i FOR DADE COUNTY COMMISSIONF BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION: f:
2I! LEVER [ll .J C LEVER luj2f
#''t Dist. 1 ROBERT HAVERFIELD . . . 19-E Group HERMAN GREENBERG . . 12-A "
to i:i; Dist. 2-HARVEY DUVAL . . . . . . 19-D Group 2-JESS YARBOROUGH . . . 14-B I
#2'cn j Pist. 3-JOE BOYD . . . . . . . . 20DDiV. Dist. BERNICE SHAW . . . . . . 16.A
x j 4-HUGHLAN LONG . . . . . 22-D Dist. MELVILLE GREENBERG . . 17-A
I'It City of Miami at Large-Travis Phillips . 25-E Dist. 3-DOROTHY MITCHELL . . 18-A ##''c 1t i

P; For Democratic.Committeewoman From Dade County . . . . FLORENCE DIFFENDERFER i:

I f Election Day, Tues., Sepf. 9 i i#1c#

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b# 4 S A Vote For These Candidates Is A Vote For !#.u:'#

6 GOOD GOVERNMENT .
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE -- grand children. and, ,other rela-
tives. THE HOUSE OF
12 (SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1958 DEATHS Services will be conducted on
Saturday, Sept. 5 at 2 p.m. at the ALBERTLester
Morning Star Baptist Church, of

Princeton with the Rev. W. H. .. .
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... N. >"
1<11II T be , <
will
Mrs. Ruth Hutto, wife of Dr. Fayson officiating. Burial > :
Marcus Hutto of Bainbridge, Ga. conducted at Lincoln.
CARDS MEMORIALS was buried last Sunday. She died
at the home; of her daughter in Frank Parker: of 574 West
Birmingham, Ala. Mrs. Hutto was 22nd ;t., Hialeah was pronounced -
the sister of the well known orchestra dead on arrival, at Jackson
: IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM leader, Noble Sissle. Memorial Hospital on Sept. 3. He : t

is survived by his parents, Mr. _
+ In loving memory of our dear In loving memory of our dear House, of Albert and Mrs. Percy Parker: everal .
i mother, sister .and grandmother, wife and daughter, . brothers and sisters. He will lie : .
K AMELIA B. FINLEY in repose at the chapel begtn-
who departed this life Sept. 8, ((Funeral services for Willie ; nini at 11 ajm. Friday. He will
1950. she .rest in and Weston of 6217 NW 20th ave.,
May : peace be sent to Forrest, Mls. Friday
who died Aug. 20( at Jackson ,
1. may light perpetual\ shine upon night. ,
her. Memorial Hospital, was held on r w .N{hfa#
It The Family Aug. 28 in the -chapel. Rev. Otis James Sumner of 1872 NW i
Munday officiated. His only sur- Lantana Hos
i 70th St., died at the
vivor, a son of Daytona Beach. pital on Sept. 4. He is survivedby
IN MEMORIAMIn Interment In Paradise Memorial hi.: mother, a sister. Funeral
Garden: arrangements are at this time in
I I
remembrance: of our dear complete.Mrs. .
''Funeral services for Ear 1
mother, grandmother and great
grandmother, Toney of 347 SW 7th ave., Home- : Sarah Atkins of 6661
MRS. SILUAR JONES stead, who was one of the vic- NW 17th ave., died at Jackson
who departed this life Sept. .3, tims of the auto accident Aug. Hospital an Sept. 4. She is survived .,. _..,at J. -
1957. 23, was held at the New Mt. Zion by her husfoatod, Willie,
Sleep on and take your rest, AME Church, Homestead. The and other relatives. Funeral arrangements Lester C. Albert
we loved you but God loved you e Rev Fayson. officiated on Aug. are incomplete.BarnettSeniors THE FUNERAL HOME OF
.best. 9. 30. The body was shipped to
Mrs. Annette Walker, Leesburg Monday, Sept. 1 for DISTINCTION
daughter burial. Survivofls are three sisters
Mrs. Mattie Williams, r' eY H a brother, three under, four !Funeral services for Mrs. Elsie Phone PL 8-4707
daughter aunts and a host of other rela- Curtis of 1804 NW 3rd court was
Alma Jones, songrandchildren H tives. held Tuesday, Sept. 2 at Mt. Oli-
vet Baptist Church with the Rev.L. 6942 N.W. 15th Avenue
/ : and great
grand children 11"1 ."'It...m". OJ r .",.... Thee body of Mrs. Fannie A, Thompson officiating. Mrs. Miami, FloridaUSE
Brown of 927 NW 5th ave., who Curtis, a native Bahamian, had
MRS. IRENE POUTIER died at Jackson Hospital Aug. 28 been a resident of Miami for the
IN MEMORIAMIn who departed this life on September war shipped to Jacksonville Aug. past 30 years. She is survived by
8, 1956. 31 for burial She 1 iP survived bya her huSband, two sons. 'Burial OUR CLASSIFIED
Gone, but not forgotten. sister and three brothers. was: at Evergreen. Memorial
of wife
loving memory my ,
May her soul rest in peace. Park. I COLUMNS FOR RESULT8I.'
who departed this: life, Sept. 8,
Milton Poitier, huiband Infant
1952. Bain. son of Mr. and
Mrs Mamie Curry, mother Mrs. Arthur Bain. 421 NW 16thst.

_... ..._ 'w ... ., Fla. City, died Aug., 28 at
Dade County Hospital and was B. Solomon Funeral Home

IN MEMORIAM buried Sept. 3.
4P (Established 1023))
i' Jn loving memory of my darl- Vender Lawson baby girl
ing daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lawson. of Dignified, Personal, Courteous Service

uuu uuuu... ___.u.-u.. 7126 NW 14th place, died at
Jackson Hosrcital Aug. 30. Burial
Sept. 4 in Evergreen. Funerals Within Range of Each Budget

% ::;

a Range . .

Mrs. Marv Fulbert of Princeton 315 N.W. 16th Street Ph. FR 3-1440
died at Dade County Hospital on
'Pfot, 2. Mother Fulbert was a
pioneer! .. of the Princeton a n H
Homestead areas, having settled
there during the year!. 1912. She
was also the oldest merrher of "A Living Service For. The Living"
* the Pallbearer Lodge No. 23 and
wr for a great number of years war Range Funeral 1 HomeOSCAR
the mother of the Morning Star
Baptist Church.

DIANA PINDER She !is survived by her hus- AND ATHALIE RANGE, Owner
He who wakes from sumber! band, Melvin, two daughters,
' At the spirit's voice. Mrs. Annie Oliver McCord of PHONES: PL 4.7468-PL 1.1331
Daring here to number: Hs' r aar South Miami and Mrs Josephine
Things unseen his choice; Hall of Princeton; a sister, Mrs.
Where the saints are casting Carrie Garvin of Princeton; a son Oscar Range, Licensed Embalmer' Funeral Director
;, Crowns 'before thy feet Willie Pitts of Liberty City; 7
Safe for everlasting.. ) lfi grandchildren' including Mrs 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami, Florida
In thyself complete. Gloria Epps and Mrs Jeanette \
William Pinder Sr., husband RALPHETTA EVANS Rogers of South Miami, 14 great
who departed this: life Sept. 5,
I ........, .
IN MEMORIAM 1954. .......lIIIL_. lIUUrlUIUIIIIJUmnmomo.ml)1lUFurnished -aiuraoMfimr- -
Where no !pain, nor sorrow,
Toil nor care, is known
In memory of our dear hus- Where Angels legion
, band, father, brother and grand- Encircle around the throne.
father, Muriel Evans, mother ApartmentsEfficiencies
And Family -
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r

CARD OF THANKSThe
i:4

: family of the late -1 & 2 Bedrooms

MRS. GELENA OUTEN
wishes: to express sincere thanks
and deepest appreciation to all o ELECTRIC
for the many ''kindness renderedin FREE WATER
s offering cards, letters, tele- S -
grams and beautiful floral. GAS
_' do we wish to thank '
the Rev. Edward T. Graham. and *,<,.
his congregation neighbors of Modern Airy Play area Parking
Fifth Place, and the Francis

Funeral. May Home God for bless services each: rendered and- MANAGERS LIVE ON PREMISES TO KEEP PLACE ORDERLY

'ks everyone of you. AND CLEAN
,' George Outen, husband "
.L" : Lamorn Outen, son

!Mrs.. Rose Outen,

daughterinlawFor Downtown: 2101 N.W. 3rd Ave.-327 N.W. 22nd St. .. '
YkM
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Efficient : Coconut Grove: 3201 Douglas Road
JOHN EDWARD JOHNSONwho Prompt,

died Auge 29, 1954. Gone, Service 1370 N.W. 61st
but not forgotten.It Liberty City: Street

has been four years sinceyou've Phone PLaza 4-4909
been gone, but It seems
like yesterday. It is very lonely RUDY'S TV
but the Lord's will must be done; MANAGED BY
and one day He will call us home andRADIO

and. we'll never say boodbye. REPAIR
Sybil Johnson, wife
Ophal Devoe, daughter: Guaranteed Service FLORIDA REALTY
Wattle Rolle, sister
Edwine M. Johnson, Pick up and Deliver

,granddaughter 9 a.m.to 10t30 p.m. 1099 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 1-4554

6801 N.W. 15th Are

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Broward SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1958 ,PAGE 13
County i


NewsBy Shrine Convention president; Ndble John W. Stev-
ens, recorder, and Noble William
NotesThe Mercer of West !Palm Beach
Shriners' Club. Daughters Louise
t B. Rolle, commandress; Alice
Walter Bow week of August 17-23 was Calm' assistant recorder; Bessie
the period of Masonic Pilgrimage Bethune, inide spy; Mattie '
to the Windy City, Chicago, Whyms and Ruth E. Bradley.All j
A picnic will be given at Car- for their national conclaves. In
ver Ranches Park for the Juvenile all, there were more than 10,000 Kazah's J
are justly proud of
Child Care CBS DUPLEX department of Pall 13 Bearers 4:30 city.Nobles Their and sessions Daughters educational showing for Noble John Stevens
No. 81. Friday, Sept. at were -
first in the
won prize golf tournament -
$2,495 DownTwo p (Will care for your child while Davis will be present along with all, peaceful. Competitive drills,I won third prize in the nation-
you work. 6959 NW 20th ave. bedrooms each side. Stoveand the adult members. We are open fashion and beauty contests, wide drive Dt.
membership
NE 55795.' Mr.!. Smith.WANTED. band festivals and the and
refrigerator. Hardwood floor I for new members. Mrs A. O. parade Bessie Bethune our lovely
$16,500 Total Hendreson, conductress. were keen and colorful Queen of Florida, rode in the

-and Mrs. Alphonso Davis Kazah Temple and Court of parade.

HELP WANTED. Safe:! Clerks and three daughters:: of W est Ndble Miami Rudolph were well Bradley represented, Deputyof by The convention meets In Los
left for Detroit
18 to 25 years of age. Must be BEAUITUL CBS Hollywood 3 to visit their sister Mrs.on the Oasis Noble Andrew Rob- Angeles, Cal., next year. They
high school graduate, with good U,895 Cash Alimira Sept. Paterson her, bus- erts, Assistant Raban Melvin R. want to come to Miami. To that
references. Apply: and Jackson, recorder; Noble E. Wal- end our goal is to double our
band.
EDDIE'S DRUGS Exceptionally clean inside and lace, Noble Treas; Noble Thomas membership during the coming
801 NW 3rd Ave. out; 2 !bedrooms, 1 'bath, carporte, Theron G. Hudson of 3840 SW A. Rolle, Noble Samuel Brady, year
Mrs. E. B. Gibson furnished. EZ payment. . ,.
25th jt, Hyde Pane, arrived ,. I. .' .rtl;; .
$12,000 Total home Monday evening after
spending more than two months
FOR RENTROOM Gold Coast Realty with his great grand uncle and
aunt Mr. and Mrs. John Dudley,
IN NICE home in Liberty 4301 N.W. 2nd Ave. in Mariana. He reports a fine FERNANDEZ I
CARLOS B.
Ity. Near bur Nice, quiet man. PL 1-2426 summer vacation and is ready to
PL B-0076. bran your Miami Times.: Call
I YU 32856.
2-IROOM' APT. Completely fur-
ntshed. Brownsville area. Call LOW DOWNPAYMENTS Those who miss the Miami Who Will Represent YOU :in District 1
NE 4-3933. Times delivery, come to Bowe's
I Modernistic Barber Shop and (Coconut Grove and 5.W. area,
NEW RENTING 1-bedroom/ apts, 4-bedroom frame $750 Dn pick nap a copy.
m w building, $15 a week 524
NW 22nd St. 2-bedroom Precints 61 84B)
Phone
FR 9-3576. frome $600 ,Dn The Beauticians' Guild of Weft
.
FURNISHED I ROOM for single 2-bedroom CBS $1,000 Dn. FIoll} Aood and Hallandale' pre-
sents an Amateur Talent Night
man. Quiet neighborhood. Inquire All 'Nome are nicely and Dance at the ,Palms of Hal- is THE OUTSTANDINGCANDIDATE
at any time. 1281 NW 57th St. landale, Monday, Sept. 8 at 9
furnished ;.m. Music by W. C, Baker. For FOR METROCOMMISSIONER
table reservation call
Eleanor
FOR SALE 'Homes :For Sale Bowe YU 3-9888 or Mrs. Fannie
William, WA 3-3731.
THERE IS A SALE on garden Chas. ''H. Pyke
pant at 1475 NW 67th St. Come
and select your garden plant. realtorPL Call TAYLORFR .
Selling out. A. Kelly.
7-8151 Fernandez said, "I am,
BEAUTIFUL nylon tulle, lace- 9-1703
trimmed wedding sown. Sizes 10 proud to have been activein
and 12' with matching veil. $65 ----
and $75. Call MU 1-9995. helping to ,form the
I
GOOD BUSINESS, already in Negro Jr. Chamber of
operation.. Only /because owtner
is 'ill. 5994 INW 22nd ave. For ELECT. Commerce in Miami several ', ,'
full information call NE 5-4760
after 4:30: p.m. years ago/ 5 '

1 t
$795 Down I.
.
Pull Lucky Lever '
Trio Real Estate Co.

2 BEDROOM HOME, Jalousied r
23 DOn
porch, repao'ate garage, only $85
month, 6 blocks from our office.
PL 9.. 372.... I.... ...801 NW 54th StFOR JOE 'BOYD TUESDAY, SEPT. 9

SALE (pd. ''pot. adv.)

I
Your lot down
as a payment -
--!--'- - l T. .T.l. a. 1 .. .. .. .. .. ?..-*. ..... ,
on a large corner lot,, : ,

3 bedroom and carporte, : ELEICT. '. I

hardwood floor, 2395 NW ,

68th St. Lots for sale. Cash :

for your lots. Baron, JE

81340. Open 3-5 p.m. c.a FOUSE




FOR RENTBY

COUNTY COMMISSIONER
SUMMONS

4-BEDDOOM, 1 bath home at DADE COUNTY DISTRICT 3
2028 NW 5th Place. $30 a week, ,
2 weeks in advance.

day or night COMMISSIONERDISTRICT
Phone HI 4-2448-HI 8-0173 PULL LEVER 79-E '


r WANTED

SINGLE; or widow woman I FOUSE WILL REPRESENT ALL TAX PAYERS
3
age 45 to 50, hh; school AND WILL. .. .

education, sober and in
1. Make the law apply alike to all people regardless -
good Health, home loving,

to take care of small home of race, creed tor color.
LEVER 20DRESIDENT
and small business. Live in.
2. Demand action now for an end to secret and
Sorry there will' be no ro-
closed Commission meetings--and . .
mance involved. Salary AND CIVIC ''LEADERIN

will be percentage-wise. 3. The enactment of a strong civil service and pension -
DADE COUNTY
For information call in person system.

at 5512 SW 15th St., W. FOR THE PAST 19 ''YEARS
',. DISTRICT 3 NEEDS FOUSE
Hollywood : Fla., Carver '
Pd. Pel. Adv. A+ SUCCESSFUL BUSINESSMAN
Ranches. Ask:' for Mr.. Mil- : ,,
Pd. pot '\dv. ''
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I"" THE MIAMI TIMES -'The Peoples' Newspaper" WHITE PUPILS ABC ''CollegeKindergarten one of Miami's, top pianist./ Plan
to enroll children
your now. For
1 I ASK FOR any information call NA 16190.
PAGE 14 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 6, 1958 Address : 15575 NW 27th ave.
INTEGRATIONDELAWARE The staff of the. ABC College

"/ Kindergarten announces the two r. .:..:.
: EI! -tIIl' iiiI2l1111iia5aill":1Q! ! !!! : Ohio A groupof extra features of their regular
Southern delegates' at the nursery-kindergarten program. HARLEM SQUARE
National Student Congress has These features Include quality
Richmond Heights Flashes issued a declaration condemning dancing and piano lessons. SWEET SHOPA

school segregation. Dancing lessons Include bal, FULL LINE OF GROCERIES
'Though we are proud of the let, creative or interpertative
By ORA D. TALYOR ---- Southern community's way ol dancing, soft toe dancing, folk COLD CUTS COSMETICS

tsas __ m ...'ID III '11 !JlIII" life," the declaration said, "we dancing, tapping and many oth-
do nOt feel that a system that 208 N.W. 10th Street
:
INSPIRATION I dwell in community. This we have done ers.Piano lessons
denies equal opportunity to some are taught by 1.:
l the secret place( of the Most High for Richmond Heights and Dade Southern citizens Is either nec- : ;0 1
,, because there I find peace, health County as a real estate broker.: essary or desirable as a (part of
proper adjustment in my material Let uS! support our businesses asa I "
I that of life.
: and spiritual affairs.! By community duty. This week we way Courtesy Bus Service Miami 36, Florida
2 entering into secret prayer, you salute: Mrs. Marie Bean, owner The declaration was approved
shut out all that would detract and operator of a most modem 33-1, by delegates from the Carolina COLEMAN'SGULF
+l you from God This gives one a beauty' salon In our business center Virginia region and unani-
feeling of oneness with God. Let uS! support this place of mously by Mason-DIxon region SERVICE STATIONSWASH
There is not one of uS! who does beauty by having the services offered delegates. The latter region includes -I
not meet the enemy on our path. there. :Most modem styling, Maryland, West Virginia I POLISH WAX TIRE REPAIRING
But, if we dwell in the secret tinting, dyeing, massages, maniL !- and the District of Columbia.The ROAD, SERVICE GAS OIL AND LUBRICATION
place of the Most High, there and any beauty need will Student Congress! is the EXPERT AUTO REPAIRING
shall no evil befall' us or any be courteously and efficientlydone policy-making. body of the Na-
plague come nigh our dwelling; under the direct supervision tional Student Association which ; 276 N. W. Fifth Street 1628 N.W. 3rd Avenue
for He shall give His Angels of an expert.WHAT'S has 360 member colleges broken -
PHONE FR 9-0118 "
charge over thee to keep thee in down into 19 geographical re- PHONE FR 4180'FR
all thy ways, lest thou dash thy THE gions. /.8637
foot against a stone. For He shall The colleges represent one
give His Angels charge to keep IDEA? million; students.JACKSON'S .
and in the end, "With long life
will he satisfy us and !give us a "What's the Idea of sending mea
reward for faithful work. notice that I was overpaid on TODDLE INN AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE

t my social security> benefits last ($10,000 $20,000 $5,000) To conform with
PERMIT GRANTED Thanksto year" ? This question is sometimes Register Now Florida LawIf
the County Board of Commis- asked of the local social security 3038 N.W. 48th Terr.
sioners, friends and true neighbor ditrict office staff by beneficiaries you have a driver's license, we can Insure you
who were in favor of me of monthly social security NE 44308MODERN AS LOW AS $71.80 PER YEAR
having a permit to continue operation payments This question fre-
PAY A8 YOU RIDE, with little down
and 8
months to
of my real estate office quently arises due to the claim- pay
in my home. It was granted to ant's failure to promptly report
me by the commissioners on events that might affect their social SERVICE FIRST INS., AGENCYOpen
Thursday morning on my return security benefits," accord- I AS
from Atlanta after attending the ing to Edward P.Blonston, man- Dally and Saturdays to 5 p.m.
National Association of Real Estate ager of the Miami (North) So- TOMORROWFRESH -
Brokers We hope that some cial Security District Office, at AS TODAY 645 N.W. 36th Street PL 9.5284
day in the future we will have 234 NE 79th jt.
our own building In the businesszone. "Failure to understand the an-
nual eartninigs test applying to P BETTERJvoiw
persons drawing social security :
We also won another varianceon benefits often results> in the pay-I
an acre in Hialeah for which: ment of checks to which an individual SEE THE
your truly is the broker. We is not entitled. These
are truly thankful for these victories -' checks are recovered by a refund
which mean progress ,ford from the beneficiary or by the WORLD'SGREATEST
us in our work. To the people withholding of future checks to
who opposed us we pray for you.DICKINSON' which they may be entitled," Mr.
I Blonston said. with HolsumOWITCH
VACATIONINGMr.
and Mrs. William D. Dick- "The withholding of future COLORED
: iiron of Lincoln Boulevard are checks often occurs when the
,, vacationing in Boston. While beneficiary most needs his or her PSYCHIC }
away they will visit Mrs. I. Lee social security checks and this
Adams and family in Hartford, dry spell< is often a little hard
,. Conn., Mrs. Ruth Pratt, sister of for the individual to weather," READER
i I Mr. Dickerson, in New York Blonston added. t
in Philadelphia, Louis J, Lane, Mr, Blonston stated that, "All W
brother of Mrs. Dickinson. These persons applying for social ee- DRA1 a
$. people have given public servicesover curity benefits are told of the i
a period of years. Mrs. events that might stop their
Dickinson, an outstanding nurse benefit checks. They are supplied > : .
having received training at Chi- with pre-addressed postcards .
cago School of Nursing, Is also that may be used to report
, an active church and community any event that might effect their
worker. Mr Dickinson has righs to. receive benefits." HUNTER
been employed 'by the SAL Rail- "As 'soon as It becomes appar-
road as chef cook for 20 years. ent to beneficiaries that their PROF. HUNTER
, We hope for them a most, pleas- earnings will exceed $1,200 in a
ant vacation. calendar year, they should send If yon are sick, worried or la trouble this !I. the
t In a report card or get in touch place to come. Don't stay In the rut, push back the
PATRONIZE LOCAL BUSI- with their local office," Blon veil of bad luck that seem to hold in track
,kk you your ,
NESSES In selling homes to ston urged. "In this way, they ,
4 .people, we not only give modern can promptly stop their checks and advance forward by the help of God trader the
housing, but bring into the com- upon re turning to work or /upon leadership of Prof. Hunter who has 30 years of experience *
munity people who support the enering self-employment and reduce in spiritualist and occult science. Make your
churches, businesses, school and l the likelihood of losing future home happy. He will show how
to bypass
.add to the general growth of the checks." you yourenemies
and get the things that life demands for you.

54 '
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Note Permanent Address -Take bus 15, passes door every HolsumBread CLOSED ALL DAY WID.
15 minutes
i
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,w\\ct r 1650 N.W. 27th Avenue Miami, Fla.
$, 5417 S.W. 17th SL
jh,. t Hours: Dally and Sunday 9'a.m. to 8 p.m.-Closed Tuesday
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HAPPENINGS IN OUR I I SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 6. 1958 PAGE 15


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BETHUNE ELEMENTARY New Faces New The new telephone
,
W. C. Cogdell, principal I Facilities FR 7-2536. Stanley's Market Non Surgical' Treatment

Mazie Edge, reporter Highlight 7TH GRADERS 1900 N.W. 4th Court Hernia o Piles
After a most enjoyable BTW FeaturesFour NEW STUDENTS ,
summer Rupture
(Hemorrhoids
FRESH MEAT )
the faculty of the
I Bethune Seventh graders VEGETABLESGROCERIES DR. LONG'S CLINIC
Elementary School
returned on new teachers, James
Monday morning with smiling Campbell, Mrs. Mary M. Banner- Wednesday: to be general health service
get their schedules.
faces ready to begin another man, Mrs. Helen P. Robinsonand will be featured BEER WINE 21 8. W. 13th Ave
year' : work. Many varied and MrLlllle' Peters, : Phone FR 3.2748Add
Joined school" program. DRUGS NOTIONS i
shared interesting/toy the experiences were with some 90 faculty membersof registered Thursday, Free Delivery Life to Years
members! of our Booker T. Washington High
and Years to. Life
faculty. Mesdames: Lois Hicks, School, Aug 25,' in the first gen- COURSE OUTLINES PHONE FR 4-9403
and Verneka SUva, studied at the eral meeting for the school REDUCESpecial
University of New York; Miss year. Mrs. Bannerman and Jas. Teachers have ''Medication
Nellie Barr, and Mrs. Naomi Sy- Campbell are graduates of B. T. ed their outlines
monette studied at Columbia U Wa ihlngton. study and will 'be Advertise It Pays!
To the midwest, went Mrs. Mazie first class activity
Edge and Frank Woodard where Charles L. Williams, principal for scheduling have
they studied at the University of presented an unusual orientation' prepared and class
Indiana. In attendance at Fla address and acquainted teachers I being: prepared for
A&M University were Mrs. Ber- with the many new changes and by the secretarial
nice Johnson and Clifford Dyes fadlitler". James M. Simmons ;e3i
The lone traveler to\Penn. State, curriculum assistant and members If You Dig a METRO
of
the
was Mrs. Christine Hammock schedule committee
distributed By William Henry
room and class
assignment -
Many of the other teachers materials' to the teach If you dig ditch( NO IFS, ANDS
traveled ,fixtenisvely throughout ers. Dig Ut deep enough, OR BUTS-
the United States. For the depthof It LEVER
Joining our faculty this term, Following the general ses'ion, Such at will
Is Mrs. Sylvia Espy, who will be teachers assembled in grade level I Into 'It, I will not ELECT 27D
our music consultant. Very groups to discuss the topic To Its bottom you ;
enlightening CHARLES
information "what shall we teach at this Out of It you'll
was presented "
to Hade level. Dig It not before '
the members of the you
faculty by our principal in reference TWO ABSENTEES MISSED
to the curriculum and the Feel Like a
proposed program for the year. Much of the humor usually injected With this HUTTOE
We.were.also very happy to have ,, in the first day assembly black lacquer '53 I
i>atjs wim us Mesdames Jacqueline was _missing this year. Miss: A- Do Vlll frr\m nriu t,
Crosby and Zelma IDlac nes Henderson, formerly in physical -- r-
?, Q-t
who were ill during the 'I ferred training department, trans.' white power,walls fully, 15 miles YOUR MIAMI METRO COMMISSIONER
Note to Parents Please to English
: ummer'I' was reported
your children at school ill in Wilmington NC Mrs. May. only $1193. This M. f at A*.

on Tuesday, Sept 2. me in Wilmington E. Williams, NC.,who Mrs.was In May.an JE will 8-7134 be snapped between up : FOR FREE RIDES TO VOTEFR

DUNBER ELEMENTARY auto accident with, her family of 4-8105 FR .3-9485 FR 3.9407
Baltimore, Md. was! also absent THANK
Mrs. C. M. Pearsall, principal from her post. Both were reported To each and I .

The 14-roc/m primary wing of improving from their respective Theresa's Guild of St. A
the Dunbar Elementary School handicaps. Mrs. G. S. O. Church thank you
has been completed thus replac Lockhart welcomed. former into the registrar classroom, was a part In the outing WHAT DID I FORGET TO ,DO?
ing, after a long period of time, teacher
the portables. The enclosed area unit.
Roar'I
of ground will become a grassy NEW FEATURES

patio.___, Behind u. the school. ,building, LOTS FOR HARLEM
ample play njjace' nas /oecn provided The annex which will house Easy Term.Build DRUGS
in a fenced city block size homemaking, business educationand
on
recreation field. science rooms and new office
New faces at Dunbar include facilities were Inspected by the or mm.
Mrs. Olether Lowery Powell, an faculty. Principal Williams noted We take care of
experienced office worker (Dor. that a switchboard' has been installed NO MONEY NOW OFFERS YOU A
sey graduate) who is now full-' and, thus new telephone. >: ::.:..: I\: ...
Cash > -'
for
time exchanges paid
clerk. New faculty mem have been instituted
bers .are MesdameS! Evelyn Ran' home
dolph Lakes, Josephine LaMarr 1 STOP SERVICEFor
bite, Ila Calvin Jordan from Mi a enior at Florida Normal. Baron, JE
ami. Other Floridians are Mesdames Among visitors on Tuesday
Came Dawson Bradwell, were (IHoward McMillan, zone 4
Havana; Dorothy Williams supervisor who brought materIals All of Your (PaymentsNo
WardDade City; Sylvia Wilson developed at the workshop Widow Must
Rirgins, Trenton, and Jefferson for our faculty Mr. McMillanwill
Reaves, Webster. Mrs. Laura return next Tuesday afternoon Nearly new
Thomas Bethel is from Georgiaand to work with car I l longer do you have to lose 'precious
Herbert K. Milloy from Ark- Dr. Joe Hall, superintendent of 3-bedroom, tile
an:as. College represented are public schools and D. R, Snyder, time
Bethune-Cookman, Clark Florida assistant superintendent in chargeof I l Full $ by making many stops to pay your
A&M, Howard University, irhyslcal plant dropped in price
Morris !Drown, Paine; .also Atlanta during the morning meeting. Mr.I I Cash down $ various bills . .
University, New York: University Rivers from the welfare depart
and Temple for graduate ment talked with us during the 4613 SW
work. afternoon concerning registrationand
Carver'
Some 58 people, Including fac- ) attendance procedures. | HARLEM DRUGS
ulty and staff are ready to serve Paul Joseph will represent Call JE .
an expected:: 1400 pupils beginning Dunbar on the executive board of Answers your need by giving you a . .
with Sept. 2, first day of the local ACE chapter. Mesdames I.
school for the 1958-59 term. Burroughs, Strother and Swann ,
The Dunbar Day Nursery, Mr. will represent Dunbar on Friday' CLEARING HOUSE 'for monthly
Johnny McMillan, director, will at the FSTA District 10 meeting your
also ,be open for the care of schedule l for Fort Lauderdale.The .
children of working mothers. first PTA meeting of the 1 Expenses
Carolyn Bain, 1955 BTW salutatorian chool year will be held on Monday tw(
is visiting with us evening Sept. 8 beginning at
during the pre-planning period 7 o'clock. A most informative FLORIDA POWER AND LIGHT BILLS

Ml a Bain, a cousin of Miss program is being planned. Leon 2-SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
Yvonne Bain, a local teacher, is Kelly is the unit president.JAMES' BILLS

Dining 3-WATER BILLS

NOW 4-ALL GAS BILLS5MONTHLY


Fine Foods PricesSpecializing at INSTALLMENTS

5 & tOe STORE
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There' a mall fee to help defray costs
1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481 Businessmen'
AIR Ic to $10.00 lee 10c

SCHOOL! COCKTAIL 10.01 to $25.00 .._fee iSo

Girls'' gym suits ......... $2.50 Socks, pr. ........._..H....... 29* 'Ie cater to private 25.01 to $50.00 .
Boys' gym shorts, pr .... 1.00 Gym socks, pr. .......... 49* .' 20c
Tee shirts, ea. .._....... 39* Jock straps, "a. .......,...?. 89* and
on our 'Starlight

Paper sheets SUPPLIES Binders ................... 254 upI NOTICE This is a Non-Profit Service
Se 10c 25c 49c Pencils, 2 for ............... U
Rulert, *a..N..N........... 6* Fountain or ball
I Zipper binders ...-.-.... 1.00 point. ......................H... 254
Book bag, ea. ................ 1.00 Crayong box ......_H-....... 5* :;: HARLEM
FOR YOU 1 DRUGS, Inc.

Panties 3 for ............ 1.00 Ribbons, yd. ..__......... 5' Roar'J
Children panties, 5 for 1.00 Boy. pants, pr. ........... 1.00
Dress materials, yd. .... 35* Drew patterns, ._.. 35* rn. 1400 N.W: 3rd Avenue
Plastic drapes, pr. ........ 87* Kitchen curtains as.pr.. .... 68* ;
MONEY ORDERS OLD EVERY DAY

Monday thru Friday 8 Closed a.m. to Sunday 7:15: p.m. Saturday til, 9 p.m. J Miami, Florida. 'Phone FR 3.7631



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MIAMI TIMES-"The People. Newspaptr" during' his sophomore year as editor I
PAGE ,16 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 1958 I in chief of the 1058 B-Cean
0, MAINTAINING', '
_ u_ which is the yearbook of the col- MANAGING AND MORE 'THAN' 10,000
U :i lege. He served during the past HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND BROWAlRD' COUNTIES,
I Miami (iYouthReturns year as parliamentarian and ten-
or soloist for the choir of whichhe THE LARGEST ORGANIZATION"OF ITS KIND.IN
2nd SMASH
From Moral has been a member for two THE ((SOUTH SERVING COLORED PEOPLE
WEEK Re-Armament years.
Scavella, who is majoring in "For Fast, Efficient ''Service" .'Call '
THE Conference elementary education, is: a 1955
I graduate of Dorsey High School
'
': 419i' ii and a member of St. Agnes Episcopal -
Chanteers rrY Church. He is a memberof
the OmIcron Epsilon chapterof
the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity CY INC.
for which he has been elected to ,
i The newest singingand tcrve as keeper of records and
recording quinteton seals during his junior year.Correction .. p
the horizon .. .4
'I, FIVE CONVENIENT ,LOCATIONS ,
I The Shake-Sational
Mrs. Edna Mapp, candidate 0 1860 N.W. 73rd ST. PL 8.8827
I r VICKIE 'COPEZ from Florida in the Household Q: 3801 GRAND AVE. HI 4.2447
Ruth Centennial Queen contest 4240 'INW.27 AVE. NE 53468
iff in Buffalo. NY ran fifth among 7102 IN.W 14th AVE.
PLUS: the 48 states instead of 8 states
erroneously reported last week. MAIN OFFICE ,

MarshaThe 4 1163 IN.W. 3rd AVE. FR 3.8416

Sensation Sweet Singing Advertise It Pays!

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FLIP Headed by ,wT'y kM. 2 i: Realty is Easy to Buy From alt

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; Elliott J., Scavella, son of Mr.I d
i .and Mrs Arthur F, Scavella, has I VISIT OR CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645 li
t.,: WILSON just, returned to Miami; after I u L
.spending, the past 13 weeks in
M. C.Music Washington, D.C. and Mackinac 8 1J
Island, Mich., where he appeared -
in "The ,Crowning Experience -I t, jcS
by ," a'play inspired' by the'life W'w
'J. JohnsonAnd I (of the late,Mary Mceod Bethune, _ _
founder-president emeritus of
His Band Bethune-Cookimian College, Day- ..
Eli EliR
I
tona/ Beach
Adm. Thur. 50c .
Fri., Sat., ''Sun. 75c Scavella, a Junior of this col- ;uII
lege, along with other members
TABLES FREE of the famed Bethune-Cootaman
College Concert Chorale was invited
New Show Time by' Moral Re-Armament to I
attend the Summit Conference of
t Thura. 10 and 1 MBA at Mackinac Island, and to I.
Frl. 10 12 and 2 appear in this great musical I LJ
Sat. 11 1 and 3 "The Crowning I Experience," El
Sun. 10 (and 1 along with Muriel Smith and
I \ Ann Buckles who played roles f
f. Dancing Starts 9 p.m. in two Broadway hits "CarmenJones" lu'
and "Pajaima Game" respectively -
1 Be Sure to Enter Your ; I A

:4 Name in our $500 After >spending two weeks on i
" I \: Cash (ContestDetails Mackinac Island the play went I c'nJ.'
to Washington, DJCwhere it
Later'JAM was seen iby more than 80,000 ;
people at the National Theatre
: there in ,the nation's capital. ,
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PAY RENT ?
k ,After returning to Macklnae WHY?
JIM Island the choir :was filmed In
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its first motion picture which p j

should Enroute be released to Miami soon. Scavella I NEW '3 :ind4{ "BEDROOM ,CBS HOMES f

spent three days in Atlanta with
the Jordans and Goodlett famili- NORTH MIAMI BEACH AREA' in; ;
lies of that city. iUo
While attending B-CC Sca Only $495 Down''
vella raved as president for his 1h

' CLUB, class and sophomore during both his and freshman is vice See Mr. Martin this Saturday and Sunday <11.6 'p.m. Will be at. 1476, #

1900 N.W. ,,,75th St. president-elect years for his Junto 1481 1555 N.E. 154th Terrace Model ,homes. City water<(Close< to largest In f
Phone PL 9-8651 year in the capacity of treasurer shopping center in the South. This is the -chance to buy your' own tnJ
I ,of the Student Government home. Priced low. (
Association of which he is vice tU
president t(elect. He also served

r ___ 1 NEW 3.BEDROOM CBS ''HOME NEW 3 BEDROOM CBS J
BROWN SUB $995 DOWNSee TILE ROOF iX'
SALESWOMEN
1 3026 N.W. 51st Terrace. Sepa- $795 DOWN a

,,30 .to,'50 years to sell |a,service rate living room, dining room, Buys this custom built 3 bedroom tK
All tiled bath
modern kitchen. ,
beautiful home with built in it
EARNINGS ,UP TO $75.00 PER WEEK shower doors, Venetian blinds. A and range. See 1763,, NW 154th ovens,St. II>>

real good buy. Priced low. in Opa Locka. Close' 'to public and
'I Apply 1490 N.W. 62nd Street Mf#
high schools. One mortgage to pay.
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( 10.12 ajn.-1-3 p.m.t Separate living dining
NEW AREA $1,995 ,DOWN room area.tt'
. All modern kitchen and bath. ':Priced -
L 1 1 1 'i---- --*-*-*'*-'-"-- *-i.*-* CBS-TILE ROOF ,U
t far below actual, value. '
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2% bedrooms, modern bathroom,

closed garage, gorgeous front. All tty

TV SICK ? jalousied Florida porch, newly DUPLEX .jt?
t painted inside and outside, barbecue $2,500 DOWN Ix!
fish pond 23 fruit trees, fenced -
(; Then dial FR4.20449 a.m. to, 9 p.m. back yard, (hardwood! floors, CBS, priced (at only 12995. Four B
old new 12th bus. R
large 60x105 lot. Landscaped professionally years area, ave.
( i
: i SAME DAY SERVICE tx ; separate living !room, Only one mortgage. Landscaped.
Itl dining room, close to N.W. '17th il
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: ALL =iii ave. bus. If you prefer a ,beautiful $995 DOWN X
TUbMsp- home, this is it! Hurry!! K
,: Picture .ca'I 2 ,bedroom home on nicely landscaped t
iJ'C
I I tt lot. 'Separate closed garage,
17.inch-$22.95 2t-lnch-$29.95 $995 DOWN city water, front screened porch.

t 3 Bedroom CBS home. Liberty Streets sidewalks, buses, close to
12 City area. See 2020 N.W. 71st St. NW 17th ave. bu, 54th St. bus.
LATCH ON TO THIS BARGAIN lx Call us for appointment to see in- Beautiful block of nice home a
} \ pj side. We have keys. Hurry!! This is it??
Used 17-inch TV-Good condition $39.95

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J ;, Vets Radio & TV. Co..' &. "_ We are open every day 9 to 9 p.m. Including,Sundays ,

,1 939 N.W3rd'Ave.- F '201 ,N.W.62nd Street Phone' PL 7-1645

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