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"Negroes Don't Want, =to' Register'Negroes ,, jl I



TALLAHASSEE Gov. LeRoy
Collins and other state officialsgot
Swim St. n rude awakening thl week
; when the federal Civil Rights
Commission moved Into our fair
state to investigate complaints
from Negroes who claimed they
Pete Closes BeachSt. had been denied the right to vote .
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Collins welcomed the probe I
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Petersburg The on- They resented the closing order and tald he had seen no showing
again-otf-again municipally owned and made their feelings obvious I of intimidation of would-be Negro -
Spa Beach was closed again to the management. voters in! Florida.
Thursday by the city after four The federal courts ordered the When pressed with facts that
i- Negro youths went swimming beach and adjacent Spa Pool, there are no Negroes registeredin
there. It was the second time In also city owned, to be Integrated Union! Liberty or Lafayette
four months the city has closed more than two years ago But Counties, and only seven in,
the famous tourist attraction. to Negroes did not use their court- Gadsen where Negroes outnum-
Mrs. Vivian Bullock, Washington, D.C. (left) dis- prevent integration won privilegeuntil last June ber whites, Collins said, "It is
cusses a matter with Mrs Carol Renner Arth,.. Redlands, when four Negroe couples, all Just that they don't want to reg- o
Calif., executive secretary to the Commission on Civil The 300 White bathers, mostly college students used the beach.It ister. There has been no show-
women, who were present when '
ordered "
Rights. Mrs. Bullock is secretary to staff director Cordon the Negroe apeared paid littleor closed was and was immediately not reopened until ing of intimidation. '
The did not explain
governor !
M. Tiffany no attention to the group. 3.
Sept I the 12 Negroes who "resigned"
A lone Negro girl used the from the voter Ilsti>ln Liberty
beach Sept. 4, but the city took I after a series. of cross burnings.The .
no action following that incident. U S. attorney's office con-
I Die in Week-end Violence City Recreation Director Jack ducted an investigation of this r
3 Puryear said Thursday afternoon county in 1956.
from
that he had standlng'orders The Congressional record of
City Manager Ross E. Windomto Aug. 1, 1957 was cited as car-
.: Bandit Killed in scene fir assailant fled and was Claudia Mae Brown, 33, of 3796 lock the gates if Negroes insisted rying a report of a study by Dr.
being sought by police. Waihlftgton Ave., because h e on using the beach in any i Emmett W. Bashful, professor of 'f
The second slaying occurred ina had been. dancing with another numbers. political rclence at Florida A&M 1
Drugstore Gunfight beer parlor at 3677 Grand Ave. man. > There war no indication whenor University charging widespreadpressure "
the beach would be
if -
who
against Negroes
Three men met violent death ARGUES WITH GIRL FRIEND ,Detectives saltf the woman apparently opened again. .sought to register and vote.
last weekend. One died in an argument Homicide detectives said that buriedl'a cwitchbllde City officials have maintained l Bashful, fired this year from
over a dime, another because Arthur Scippio! 25, local address knife up to !the hilt in Sclpplo's all along that, despite the court his job at FAMU was a witness
he dbjected to his girl unknown, apparently had an argument heart. lie died instantly. decision that It cannot enforce last year before the Florida leg-
friend dancing with another man with his girl friend. Continued on page 5 segregation at the publicly owned islative activities -
and the third in a gunflght with of the NAACP,
police.
William Bernard Hay wood, 27

of 1330 NW 2nd ct. was standing $1.95 Alabama Death i Penalty property, the city's (policy Is to
outside a seafood restaurant at I maintain segregation at recrea-
240 NW 14th! ., when he drop- tional areas
ped a diane.Another The Rev. Enoch Davis, chairman

man flcked the dime Execution Re set 0 t 24 of. local Negro citizen
up and refused to give it to Upheld C committee, said several weeks
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Haywood, police were told. An ago that Negroes might leek a
argument followed and the man federal court order to force the
who picked up the dime shot Montgomery, Ala. The Alabama Wilson, whore fate has attracted the story is giving the United city to reopen the facility
Supreme Court Thursday worldwide attention was States all over the world.
Haywood in the neck. He died \
before police could arrive on the refused to rectnrldcr an earlier sentenced to death on a charge of o
decision which upheld the death robbing 82-year-old Mrs Estelle
sentence of Jimmy Wilson. His Barker at her home at Marion, 'V ti A
execution was reset for Oct. 24. Ala., July 27, 1957.
Wilson's death sentence for
of elderly The condemned man was to
the $1.95 robbery an
have been put to death last Fri- -
r white widow wa upheld by the
Supreme Court June 12, but the day, but the execution was post- __
poned indefinitely when the Su-
condemned man asked for are-
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hearing. That request was deniedby ';reme Court failed to act on the
the court Thursday.The hearing before them. A new execution -
date wa set down in the
effect of the denial w a ito
uphold the death penalty fora decree Thursday.
second time and to order the Coy Folsom is expected to rtr
55-year illiterate ex-convict put commute the extremely heavy
to death in Kllby Prison's electric penalty to a life sentence, main-
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Betty Ann Johnson 18-year- Broward Board of Public Instruction For the last three years his i
old Northwestern Senior High has rejected an application daughter attended a church r
School sophomore of 1261 NW from a Negro girl for admission school the Boylan Haven School
62nd sU died It Jackson Manor to Fort Lauderdale High for Girls at Jacksonville, he said,
rial Hospital on Saturday. Betty School and "would not feel right" about t
suddenly became seriously iii''I The Rev Ivory W. Mlzell. associate returning to Dillard where she
and was rushed to the hospital I minister of the First Bap. war seventh grade student four I
where she died 20 minute sifter tilt Church, submitted the application years ago.Raymond. George M. Johnson, director of the Office of Laws, i
being admitted. ..- for his daughter, Myr- Maxwell, school superintendent Plan and Research and former dean of the Howard,U

Funeral services, conducted by ts. 10.The/ said the application Law School, review a State handbook with. Gordon M. tj
the Range Funeral Home, will beheld Rev. Mizell said he did was handled like' any other from Tiffany, staff director of the Civil Rights Commission now
of to a pupil seeking to attend a school
move
Saturday afternoon; fouro'clock not apply as tart a '
at St. James AME Church integrate the high school or outside the boundary of the : In Florida investigating complaint of Negroes being do
with the Rev. A. J. Reddick of- Broward County cchools. He said school which she normally would i pjed their right to vote.BOARD .
ficiating. he did not plan to make a legal attend. _
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Gives $10,000& to NAACP



San Francisco The National
i 'Association for the Advancementof
4 Dickson for her genero-ity and
Colored People is today $10-
her dedication to the fight for
> richrr due to the generosityf
i freedom, which he said, is a
Mrs. Mattie DIck an, an 83-
struggle of the spirit as well
as
ear-old retired! domestic work-
of legal rights.
Oakland Calif. Rol Wilkins i
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Mr.r. Dictkson has been retired
NAACP executive secretary
: for 15 years. She accumulated a
flew here to receive the check
substantial fortune through wise
at a brief presentation ceremonyat real
estate investment.
Advising
the Downs Memorial Method-
her on financial affairs is: HenryT.
# n rxI .st Church on Sept. 4. '
Brock, a San Francisco real
"I'm giving this In God's nameo estate broker, who came here
fight against the disgraceful from his native Houston, Texas,
tc 'e of American democracy," 40 years ago..
Mrs Dickson' said in making the
Still vigorous and active at 83,
2h 4 1M 1IPPJ 'rssentatlon! "I mean," she add- Mr Dickson is the sister of the
:d, "what's happening' at Little late Rev. J. P. Hubbard, for 30
lock where the NAACP is carryn years pastor of Beth Eden Bap-
-: en the fight to see that all tist Church in Oakland. She
I vcmnjstejrs are treated alike. I came to the Bay Area in 1907
mean. what they did to Rev. Marn from Virginia. She and her hus-

Luther King in Montgomeryand band, also retired, live modestly
to Jimmy Wilson in. Alabama. -
a }-_ < .. '" "- 1 -.... .. _. ." in Oakland. They have a mar-
ried daughter who also lives in
Seventy-five boys and leaders I In accepting the contribution, Oakland.
Mr. Wilkins expressed the Assoclatian's -
participated in a week of adven-
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE appreciation for the
ture, fun and fellowship< at th*
gift which!' is of the largestthe
modern YMCA Camp at Lake I one USE OUR CLASSIFIED
Placid, Aug 23-30. 2 SATURDAY, (SEPTEMBER .13, 1958 NAACP ever, received froman
individual. He raised Mrs. COLUMNS FOR RESULTS).
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Life at camp was thriling for I. ,
the 6 to 16 year old youngsterswho Convalescent Center 5-3015, C. W. Preston. "
participated in the activi Gifts of any type of building

ties. The thrills of baseball, (bas- material are now !being accented.. COMMUNITY
ketball, football and other athletic Given "Go" SignalThe at 2611 NW 67th st. ,

events on the 200 by 400 .._. ,-
foot i"lay area; swimming! boating Sunshine Convalescent f IU DRUG STORE
and canoeing in the white institution
Center, a non-profit ,
sand bottom lake; fishing, mean- designed to adminl ter services

ingful program"around religious experiences the ;camp evening to the ill and aged persons was I COR. N.VV. 15th Ave. & 68th St.
given the magic word last week
fire; movies; hiking; rest periods; when. the Dade County Health
crafts and talent night, where Dept. said, "go to building." I PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLEDCut

Ingenuity and originality were Dade County zoning! commis toners -
demonstrated; fireside chats with approved the institution at Rate Drug Free Delivery

fympathetlc counselors; ,well 2611 NW 67th st on May 1. The COSMETICS GIFTS HOSIERY FOUNTAIN SERVICE
prepared-cooked meals; target center had been 'bogged down
practice with 22 caliber rifles, "EAL TEST ICE CREAM-MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT BILLS
for some five months due to pro-

Robinhoods eye with their trying bow for and the arrow bull's test' by a small group of citi- ? Phone Laza 8-4703 Phone PLaza 84704C.
zens who thought that the home
will the be treasurable to memories for should 'be located further out in M, JOLLIVETTE SR., Prop1111I71II9iIof7
years come.
the suburbs.

The competent staff under the completedand l a 'v. "
Building plans are
leadership of Franklin D. Ross,, accept by the Health, Department Ii11iIiIi lAylla 1A1i71IlIY1I1 IfI 1 If1 lIlI01..lIOIIIIiIIIIIo. l Il CIA II1II11
program, director, consisted of y
as the type of facility ,
Rev. Edward T. Graham, direc- f I
now needed. NOW! !
tor of religious emphasis; James

Bridges, first aid consultant; Er- 'The committee on plan is not

nest Cochran, waterfront direc- waiting to accumulate a large Every Sunday 'OverWMBM I
tor; Philip Dixon, physical direc- sum of money before starting the \ 'r If
tor; Jefford Smith, head coun- building, but the building will -
relor-rlflery; James J. Delancy, start right now. And as finances MRS. MIRIAM JONES
counselor-physical education; come in, material for building Leader of Ladies Work I
Lonnie Bratchen, counselor will ,be bought and used ImmedIately Committee I
swimming; James Marlin, coun- The public is invited to Mrs. Miriam Jones, a most
selor-craft; Edwin Bradley ground breaking' on Sunday, from faithful worker, has reported The People's Choice
counselor-archery; Fleet M. Haw- 3 to 5 o'clock Work will start near $200 that she has solicited

kin, camp director; Moses L. Monday, Sept. 8. from passersby In the street in THE SWINGINEST g
Perry, executive secretary. coin of pennies, nickels, dimes SHOW IN MIAMI
The executive committee of and quarter. Mrs. Jones reports
More than $1,000 was contributed the center is asking men and every' contributor's. name along You Pick it-We Play it

to help needy and worthy women from all over the city to with his gift, no matter how
youngsters take advantage of this come by the center on Sundayat large or how small. Her youngest 800 ON YOUR DIAL
cam);ing experience. The Bonded 2611 NW 67th ft. and be one of contributor was a baby two years

Collection Agency was influential the ground breakers for this his- old who gave two cents which Broadcasting '1 Million Milliwatt
in, helping the Carver toric institution. Ground break- wa all she had. The baby's
Branch to obtain scholarshipsfor erwill:: register and their names mother had given 16c. Their gift
25 boys. The following apart- will be displayed on a plaque bought one block DON'T MISS ITU! !
ment, owners contributed: through the comng years in this

institution. L. ,. .... .. ........ ..
Lenel of Miami, Edward Apts.,
George Fowler, Mrs. Kathleen Those builders who will give Call TAYLORFR

Kinde, Charles A. Mills, Frank some tree time toward building

Herold, J. H. Durr, Benedict and this home, please contact the director 9-1703 Thoughts Have Wings!-I Can Influence Others With My
Jordan, A. Lipton, Rahl No.1, at the center or call NE
Marie Larkin, Bonin Ent., Mar THINKINGI!

garet N, Price, Orleans and Associates
Cecil B. Price, Flomar 'THIRD AVENUE REALTYHomes NOW OPENING FOR THE FIRST TIME
Inc, Mrs. Eleanor E. loeber,
Dr. J. 0. Edmunds, Williams W. For Advice and Help, Contact-
Baker, Abraham Kasow, Resnick and Lots for sale in all areas of Dade County

lt Ct.. Joanninna I
Apts.
Reasonably priced LISTINGS WANTED
K
STAR
Other scholarships and contributions ri

came from the following: 742 NW 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4.3297
Sam Rabin, Mrs. W. J. Dobkins, I w+
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Mrs. N. C. Bennett, The Pepsi S. Hutcheson, Jr., Registered Real Estate Broker Psychic -
Cola Bottling Co,, Mrs Ethel I \ Reads your entire life} put,

Felts, William Kimbro, Young a present, future. Tells you anything

Richmond Women's Progressive Club, The 1 you wish to know without
Heights Women'sClub
Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 11EwL4 asking any questions.No .

Royal Women's Club, and St. HAVING
John Baptist Church DEL matter whit your hope, fear or trouble may be, I can and

iThe Board of Management expresses BUMPS SN will help youl Give time and never falling advice on all affair

it- thanks .for the contri- RAZOR b of life, such ae love, courtship, marriage, health business
butions received.
changes, wills, mortgagee, law suits lost or stolen article,

1959 APPLICATIONS hidden treasure. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED!
ACCEPTED
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enroll Many their parents children were because unable of to ..pF Gives Your Lucky Days Your Lucky Numbers

other pressing: expenses. When ; jiigoa No one In trouble turned away-Come with or without money

summer comes some parents end Private A Confidential Reading*-Reading* for White A Colored
up,saying" "next year I'll send my 1 TO U- .
son.. M
Camp 1. an experience a parent Note Permanent Address-Take bus 15, passes door every
cannot afford to put off any 13 mlnote
more than he can put off tending .
his child to school. Only 3 or 4 $ $ 1650 N.W. 27th Avenue Miami Fla.
years of .8' boy's life Is Ideally % , * ,

suited for.camp If he misses out Hours: Dally and Sunday a.m. to 8 p.nv-Closed Tuesday
on these he loses for the rest of 1>K sMp 's1aJ1Ne,1o Licensed by City, State, County
his life the enjoyment and knowledge 0.101

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Dr. Deborah ''Cannon Partridge gan and Illinois, Tuskegee insti-
(right), grand basileus, Zeta Phi tute and Texas College, and as FOR THIS FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY ONLY
Beta sorority, and professor of specialist in inter-group relationsshe
I education, Queens College, and is one one of of two the Negroes few women in the, STARTING SEPT. 12 FROM 8 A.M. TO SUNDAY 6 P.M.

Brooklyn, NY, is one of :50 American xroup. The group left the U. S.
educators currently on a on Aug. 17 and are expected&:!
30-day( tour of Russia, to oberve back Sept. 20. Shown with Dr.
teaching< techniques on all levels. Partridge, as they boarded the,
Selected because,:: of her experience Scandinavian Air Service planeis
aa college professor at a fellow Queen's College pro- J
Columbia! : and New York univer- fessor, Dr. Lucille Lindberg. -
sities, the Universities of Michi ANP.


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High Bastard Rate i.j1


JACKSON (ANP) Ne-
gro women "cannot walk in their:
Methodist Laymen neighborhood without being mo-,
Retreat ScheduledFor lested by some white man," the
head of the Missi'sippi NAACP
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Bethune branch: charged last week.
Medgar Evers, executive secre- IU iAr
DAYTONA BEACH Dr. tary of the NAACP, made the _
V. Moore, lay leader of the remark in answer to the Jack-
Conference of the n.1 son Daily News' editorial point-
Church, Central Jurisdiction, Ing out the high ba tardry rate O
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nounced last night that the Laymen among Negroes. 1
Evers said, "certainly we in
voted to hold their sixth
the NAACP do not condone the
annual Bethune-Cookman Retreat on the College.campus One of illigttimate birth rate that is alleged We must sell every Brand New 1958:Chevrolet.

hundred and. fifty laymen and to exist in our country and Station Wagons-4 Doors -, Belair-2 Doors
lay-women, representing the state just at we do not condone
Methodist churches of Florida segregation and discrimination' Impalas Convertibles
will participate. but the Daily News overlookedthe
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The theme for the conferenceIs real reasons.
"The Layman's Responsibility Evers laid the great numberof 2 YEAR WARRANTEENEVER
in the Work of His Church." illegitimate births among Ne-
Emphasis will be placed on the groes i is the resutsl of:
BEFORE AGAIN
NEVER
Plantation who "rear- ; S
budget of the church, the four owners
Commissions, the Laymen's stake ed one two illegitimate families,Plantation one legitimate: will you have such an Opportunity to Save $1525 on a
; own-
in strengthening the local church,
and the attitude toward the SuPport er; who encourage illicit love Brand New 1958 ChevroletDOWN
of the church-related institutions among Negroes; and Negro men
of higher education.The and women being herded together -
budget of the church will like cows and brought to this
IF YOUR CAR IS WORTH
be discussed by James E. Harper country" as slaves many years

president of Stewart of Memorial the MethodistMen Meth- ago.Evers pointed out that an "il-I MORE THAN S95-IE

odist Church, Daytona Beach, legitimate hou!e of prostitutionfrequented S9 5 $750
Fla. A sympoium on the Four White by is Negro women and WILL GIVE YOU THE
Commissions will be moderatedby men winked" at by city
officials in Jackson.
Dr. William Higgins, of Pa- DIFFERENCE IN CASH!
latka. Participants in the discus-
don will be Bradley O. Moore lead the discussion on strength-
Dr. William A. McMillan, Henry ening the local church. Mrs. Cleo
Burney, Mrs. Hattie I. James, McCray, Miss Mary L.. Divers FREE COFFEE AND REFRESHMENTS '. FIVE MINUTE SPOT U
Mrs. Sylvia Aldridge and Abner and Frederick Burney will discus -
Stripling. Thomas T. White, Jas. : why we should support our CREDIT APPROVAL FREE MINIATURE CHEVROLET FOR THE
Stewart and Albert Williams will church-related colleges
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YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK,

DR. PATTERSON SPEAKS TO BUSINESS LEAGUEAt

Jacksonville on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 14 Dr.

F. D. Patterson, president of the National Business League ,._ IOHN50P
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speaker and former at a conference president of held Tuskegee at Edward Institute Waters will College.be the,'I ;: this :::::are members of the taken to the new location of the James E.

Golden Age Club of the James E. Scott Scott Association at 1133 NW 66th St. to
in
Following this conference a* mass meeting will be held
visit. They sewed on their socks for the
the, auditorium of Lee's Hall. Community Association, a United Fund
member which met at Liberty Square sock contest and were served refresh-
,
The program is sponsored by the State Board of the
Business League. Auditorium recently for their usual meet- meets. All members were delighted with

!'On Monday a clinic for business and professionalmen ing. After business, the members were the location and hope to return soon

and'women from all over the state will be held in .

the library of the Afro-American Life 'Insurance Co. elected 92 in 1952.
Dr. Patterson is in the state to fill series of congressmen
a speaking It took mare than 18 million votes to elect 113 repre-
engagements. At FAMU he is holding conference with. sentatives from the North. LOW DOWNPAYMENTS

the faculty. Thus representatives from the South influence national -

legislation far out of proportion to the number of
TUESDAY'S' ELECTION voters they represent. 3-bedroom frame $750 Dn.

Jhe most interesting and hotly contested offices in the 2-bedroom CBS $500 Dn.

primary held on Tuesday were those for United i 2-bedroom CBS $1,000 Dn.
States Senator between Senator Spessard Holland and V/HITES AND

former Senator Claude Pepper, and Rep. John B. Orr Jr., JUST BROWSIN'By 2-bedroom frame
and David Eldredge. Senator Holland was re-elected by NEGROESHECKLE Nicely furnishedOn
more than 90,000 votes. Senator Pepper carried Dad e PAUL R. HENRY

County by over 25,000, but the opposition was too strong .. ............ .... ....... ." .... "- "- "- KASPER Corner lot $750 Dn.

in the other big counties. The Civil Rights Commission Apartment, nicely furnished -
Rep. John B. Orr, endorsed by berth the Herald and will make an invn tlgatlon of CHARLOTTE! N.C. (ANP) excellent location
John Kasper the racist who no
Miami News and other papers, trailed his opponent by complaints that Negroes had timed up trouble? In Clinton, ,
over 8000 votes and will go into a runoff on Sept. 30. been denied the right of votingIn Tenn., last year, was heckled by children.
Florida. The complaints are
Mr. Orr still has a chance and his supporters should from Gadsen, Liberty and other both Negroes and Whites as he
notfail: to vote on Sept 30. Although Dade County boasts northwestern counties. attempted the Mecklenburg to speak on the County stepsof Chas. H. Pyke

having over 361,000 registered voters only 153,836 votedon Courthouse Labor Day. realtorPL
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Tuesday, This before the
As a, real citizen you should have helped to elect Supreme .Court convenes on Kascer: was finally escorted 7-8151
Thur'day in a special session on from the scene by Acting Police
your senator, state representative, Metro commissioners, the Little Rock school issue. Your Chief Captain E. C. Selvey and
members of the County Board of Public Instruction and Browser predicts the court will other officers. Selvey earlier had
other officials. order Little Rock to continue asked Kasper to stop {peaking Drive
Why let "John" carry your responsibility? If you did desegregation: even If given a before "trouble breaks out. Carefully
short period not 2 Vis years, to get
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not vote that is exactly what you did. straight. -

Your elected commissioners are: Terrific Location. Large Corner' Lot
For the School Board, Dr. Raymond Van Dusen, Dr. Great Britain Is having a I
Robert Butler, Mrs. Helene Vosloh. Mrs. Jane Roberts, plenty of race trouble, riots.
Jess Yarborough.' Some reports that West Indians 2 Bedroom CBS Home
invading what used to be white
Race, integration of schools, and the NAACP were sections brought about the Beautifully LandscapedLOW
battle axes for candidates on one side in the Senate and trouble, while other reports are.
I House of Representatives campaign, while the other side that outsiders, including American MONTHLY PAYMENTS
level. However the GI's continue to fan the flre.
conducted their campaign on a :)higher
CALL MRS. HELLMAN
Whatever the cause, it's anew
majority spoke with their votes and got who they wanted.In experience for Britain.
runoff: District 1, Haverfield-Lane : District 3, I Great Southern Co.
Angus Graham-Joe Boyd ; District 2, Ben McGaheyTomSasso Samuel Wilson was among
; District 4, Walter Weiss-Hughlan Long; District 5, those recently' visiting Nassau.: It j Phone NEwton 3-2696
his first visit and like
was to
Melvin Richard-Alex Gordon.
many he was delighted and hopes I
Miami District, Charles 'Hutto-Arthur, Patten. to make another visit some day.
I Wilson 'a Junior at FAMU return -
:. to that Institution this
NEGROES IN,THE SOUTH week.

Are you acquainted with the work of the Southern The first annual art exhibit of THANK YOU! .
i Christian Leadership Conference' of which' . the Rev. M.\ L the Church of the Incarnation
King Jr., is president? held at the Liberty quare Aud.
This organization is sponsoring a "Crusade for Cit itorium was quite a success. A .
vote in the goodly number was present and
double the Negro
izenship. The purpose is to pleased with the exhibits of
South. Here are some interesting facts. painting, sculpture and cerunics.
u There are 4,980,000 Negroes of voting age in the I want to thank all my friends for their

South. Yet only 25% of ,adult.,Negroes vote as comparedwith Exhibitionists Included: % *
60% of white adults. Rudolph Adams, Lewis Blake, support.I .
54 voters are in the Leroy Daniels, Alvin Dillard,
Fully % of the potential Negro Carl Crawford, Caleb Crosby
South. Louisiana has the highest'' percentage of registered Hobble Williams, Henry Bell! ,
Negroes ((18%.) Char.ei Adderley, Eddie Wihon.
Mississippi has the lowest percentage, (less than 2%) Luci'le! Watson, Grace Myers, urge you all to keep up the good work
In only 6 of the 82 counties in Mississippi can Ne- Annette McNeal, and Laurel *jfi
;
groes vote with any substantial} degree of freedom. Julius. and on September 30th elect man with

Literacy tests have replaced the "white primary" as
a means of curbing the Negro vote.. proven government experience.

.-::4: Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, North', Carolina,: Mississippi -, ...: .
South Carolina 'and Virginia nil have literacy!
laws now. ,I I Sincerely Thanking You

Where literacy laws exist, a Negro's ability to vote \
depends largely upon the registrar's sense of justice-or i w ''\ ; TOM SASSO* :, '

prejudice. ;0 .
Registration books are often "closed" when Negroes :

appear. With_ less than seven, million votes, the South ,




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The woman who denied sne was
the slayer was held on a charge
D..VI'N HC ATRCMMMMoarcl of Inve tlgation of first degree
murder.

"KILL ME WHITE MAN"

NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St tA "Kill me white man. Let me
ri die. Lord save my soul."
i i Russell Lee Thomas, 28-year-
_. old holdup suspect. shouted
FRIDAY SATURDAY these word. after taking three
slugs. in the chest from a police-
man' revolver after he and two
companions were surprised in
w. their holdup attempt of Triplcalhirmacy
S at 3199 Grand Ave.
'
Officer H C. Keil needed
R 4W (rd a1w three more shots to bring down
the still struggling Thomas of
3650 Williams Ave. He died an
T hour later at Jackson Hospitalwi
h two bullet in his heart.
Thomas and two of the men,
Edward Bernard Day, 23, of 1937
,' NW 69th Tcr, and Lee Mlzell,
I 27, of 1415,NW 61st St, surprised -
druggist Joseph Cohen as he

QN>tMASCOP6SIERRA< .-...-...---- prepared to lock th? .front door
and leave the store.
Left outside in the getawaycar
k wa!: ''Henry KarJ .:t'Ct)Beta"
\ Evans, 25, 345 NW ''60th St., a
man with a long polios record
who was out on bond after being
arrested In a bank messanjer
robbery only a few months ago.
As, Thomas and his confederate : -
HHHHKiSwJuj JOHHBKJvilBxSHH .. ..... pushed Druggist Cohen back
.nto the store, their actions
were
WM M'. King Coleman shows the star sapphire being watched by Walter E. Gordon
*ir"jwww 1 j*4K<*toKS&ini i mtifKv f+rrw rings to be given to ,the winners of the King Coleman con in front of whose home the
test. Object of the contest is to find the one word that best getaway car had been parked.
BARONCOLOR describes King Coleman. Lucky woman who wins gets Gordon called the police
four carat star sapphire ring. Winning man gets seven Evans was caught four blocks
away as he ran a red light while
2 by DB LUXt INKMAScOPE carat star sapphire ring Rings are on display at Duval boating a hasty retreat from the
Jewelers, 2GG E. Flagler. Contest closes Sept. 20. scene.

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three desperate fugitives, wanted Drinks never taste thin
HIGHT HEAVEN FELl: for a NCJV Jersey murder and the
;it/THE slaying of a South Carolina highway .

..n *CINEMASCOPEASTMANCOLORrmm.d headed patrolman for Miami, were believed with GORDON'S Gin?
MOW.IUVY.1hW i n ROGER VAOMOT !
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heavily armed trio, two were
identified as Anthony Scoleria, Another good reason,
i .. 2G and hi brother Joseph 23. uuu

Debbie (thatTamm "Gal) is back! The Richard third" man Ickey"was Woods described, 21, as a i i.Hiro I why GORDON'Sis

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? Qluwud..smsdMMiy America'sbestselling
The bulletin described Woodsas I
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R. Johnson Reelected SEEKS $3'sMILLION JUSTIFIED

(MONTGOMERY, Ala.-(ANP)
The coroner Friday ruled the


Grand Exalted Ruler of Ells volunteers Dade$3,477,000 County's set, sights an United increase on Fund a goalof of cide.fatal a shooting detective of justifiable a Negro homi youthby


:.ome $265,000 over the amount Gus Foster, 17, was shot to
raised in the inaugural drive last death last Thursday when he attacked -

By ALICE A. DUNNIGAN Mrs. L. Marian Poe, Newport HONOR LITTLE ROCK year, it has been announced by two officers attempting
News, Va., assistant grand legal STUDENTSThe Max Orovitz, :Fund president. to arrest him for masking a "vul-
WASHINGTON (ANP) adviser was made Daughter Elk Short $216,000 of the recom- gar telephone call to a white
The Improved, Benevolent, Pro- of the year, and Mrs. Bertha M. Elk Education Funds pre- mendations made by the 37- woman," Police Commissioner
tective Order of Elks of the Bragg was honored as civil lib- sented to each of the nine Little member budget committee, the Clyde Sellers reported.Commissioner .
World at its annual convention erties queen.Commissioner. Rock children a $1,000 scholarship new quota was aproved' by the
meeting here in Washington this along with citations\ for Fund's citizen board of directors Sellers said
week reelected Robert H. John- Robert McLaughlin their role in carrying on. the after consideration of the climatic Foster was killed Sit a White
son as their grand. exalted, president of the District of fight for equality and justice in and recession; factors affecting re.taurant on the Mobile high-
Judge W. C. Hueston as grand Columbia Board of Commissioners America. An award was also county business and employment way where he was employed asa
secretary and Perry B. Jacksonas brou, ht official greetingsand presented Mn. Bates for her determination during the past year. night cleanup man.
grand treasurer. presented: the key to the city to carry on this fight Detective J. C. McKenzie, who
The elections were held at the to the Grand Daughter (Ruled, for the rights of young Ameri Still, . normal cost in- fired the shots, said Foster attacked -
Tuesday morning session when Nettie Carter Jackson. cans. crea es of the 55 agencies dependent him and another detec-
Fund could
scheduled upon the tive with a piece of iron.Twice .
the grand officers were -
not be covered if we were to seta
to give their annual reports. loAer goal," Orovitz said. "We
According, to reports, HobsaaReynolds THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE must shoot to oversubscribe the

civil liberties, grand interrupted commissioner John-of I 6 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER',13, ,,1958 new quota and reach the minimum the-
cf $3,693,000 needed by
.on's report after he had read a agencies."
few paragraphs and moved that Minimum needs of agencies
the rules be suspended;; and that reported .by the budget committee R

grand Johnson Exalted be reelected Ruler. The as motion the PTA Council l to Hold Care stand Agencies with aL Family I $897,600 and; Health Child i

was carried with only a few opposing Agencies, $546,793; Special Comm -,I,
votes. ;.;,nrty Agencies, $027,890, and I

ASK"ORAL EISENHOWER LEADERSHIP"As FOR Workshop Sept. 20 National The breakdown agencies! at Includes. $107,476.two I II I the

new agencies added this year-
climax to the conventionthe Homes Care Center
Victory
a Day
The first project of Dade
Elks urged President Eisen- and United Better Health Foun- fun withasecondset
County Council of Colored Pa-
hower to "give moral leadershipto rent-Teacher Association will bea leader, Mrs. Elizabeth Plttman. dation, which was organized for
the side of right" in the Little This will II. (.secretary) consultant, Mrs. research:: :: education and servicein i
Rock Is.ue.They workshop. workshop Shannon, Mrs. Josephine Mackey all the di eases that afflict
be held Saturday, Sept. 20 at leader, Mrs. Madgaret Rey- \ iI
the "whole
also resolved that Gov- Phyllis Wheatley School, 1801 man. i
ernor James Folsom of Alabama NW 1st place. Registration is at nolds.II. i timated campaign cjosts Ln. I2PU II I
commute the death sentence of 8:30: am., general session beginsat (Treasurer, Budget, Finance I'the forthcoming drive stand at I I
Jimmy Wilson to life imprison- 9 a.m ), Walter White, Eugene I less than four percent, with year
ment. WiLon was scheduled to Thome: A Look at Our Organ Kemp, leader, Arthur Mays.IV. I round administration at 1.3 per
die on Sept. 5, for stealing $1.95. ization. (Congress Publication, Na- cent.
I The fee is $1.50 including lunch. tional:: Family) can ultant, Mrs.
JACKIE ROBINSON SPEAKS Dorothy Sanford, leader, Mrs.
Parents, teachers and school Linnie Fannin. HARLEM SQUARE[
'
Jackie Robinson, a guest .
J
administrators to at-
are urged >r\
V. (Momlbershte, consultant,
speaker on one of the programs, tend. SWEET SHOPA
told the Elks that It is "now Officers and interested citizensare Mrs. Ida M. Ratcliffe, Samuel
time for Negroes to Join forces Cohen, leader, Mrs. Catherine FULL LINE OF GROCERIES
invited to participate in an Gibson. See more hear more
and show strength" against the
White Citizens' Council, the Ku under experience; the guidance of mutual of enrichment outstand- VI. (Program and Founders I COLD CUTS COSMETICS enjoy morel! Choose

Klux Klan and other organiza- ing .consultants. This is a chal- Day), consultant., Mrs. Charles 208 N.W. 10th Street a second television set
tions "opposed to Negroes aciev- lenge to all interested in better Mitchell, Mrs. Clora Pearsall, i for your home. .a new
ing equal status." school and better communities.! leader, Mrs. Louise Shorter.VII. portable, new slim-line,
Among other speakers was The workshop is planned a? a (Publicity) consultant, ornew color TV.They're
Liberian Ambassador to the U.s. purposeful creative experience te Mrs. Thena Crowder Mrs. Grace ell on display now at
George A. Padmore, who expressed improve the competencies of A'iber; :, leader, David Simmon. dealers!
your
his apreciation for the leadership in Parent-Teacher VIII (Safety and Civil Defense
objectives of the Elk's civil liberties As.edition! work. ) David Dobbs, Mrs. Gear- I
liVE BETTER..EUCTRICAUYI
I tprazram. Classes on all phases of PTA line Jackson, leader, Luther Bibb.
LOVEJOY AWARD TO work will be discussed. Dr. Dean Mrs. Elizabeth Espy Johnson, I .
LESTER GRANGER I Epley, chairman of Human Relations past tate president, is the workshop I IO
at the University of Miami director. I IIJ.
Another was Lester Granger, will be the keynote speaker. a -I .'Ip...#
executive secretary of the National Miss Margaret Gilkey, directorof
Urban League, who was guidance of ;public instructionwill FLORIDA POWER &
the recipient of the coveted Love- give the closing summary.Mrs. I DELUXE TV
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The award heretofore has been ni, will preside in the after- TERMS ON TV Examination of your Per.tonal .
presented to Ralph Bunche, Mrs. noon. REPAIRS Aliment plus examination *
Mary McLeod Bethune, Marian Some of the phases of PTA Plus Parts of heart lung,
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Others honored were Dr. L. W. jects are: prolt..ate.n.rve ,
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper"

The Color War in England SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13. 1958 ,PAGE j,7

3 Possible 'All- three Negro gridiron stars as
WI I possible All-American. players. ,
By A. J. SIGGINS FOR ANP Churches examples of life adapt gion:. AmericansWashington ',
ing itself to the tropical zone, I believe that God decrees those They are Ted Bates, tackle,'1\; ,.
LONDON, England As I anticipated and of life adapting itself to the I D.C. (ANP-I Oregon State; John Wooten. ,,.,?,
more bitterness is other extreme the Polar re- things'not the churches. John Devaney, sports edited of : guard, Colorado; and big Don .' *-
growing between whites and col- Parade magazine, has picked Clark, halfback, Ohio State '* .j'
ored people in England and
clashes ar /bound to occur as at .
Nottingham.Sex "' :. : ,. \It'nNn: L '

,the jobs grounds and for accomodationsform bitter feel- : I ,.. .:. "" .... : : : : -
ings this is
and growing fast '
Compared with the Color prob- : -r
lem in the United States that of .
Britain Is a small one. But what "
happens to a Nigerian, Ghanian, I \ -
Somali Sudanese : '
Rhodesian,
Nyasaland or other African or a 1'"f:
West Indian in Britain will be i\."" U
communicated to his or her
country folk overseas, and the '
result will be that whites who ."" :\
are in a minority in these coun- ,$
tries, will have to pay for what

ain.happens to colored people in Brit I'i I I'' Xi \

\
In that respect the color clash
es in Britain can be more seri-
'
ous than those which occur in ",... \\.} '
the United States. \, \ I
History team with : ....A'"
records oi R :, ,
men or women who have been :
insulted by another (person anda t
bloodthirsty war has resulted.
Feuds can start in a British j
pub and finish with a world war. 1I I 1 \ \

Somehow harmony between

people of different races and dif- _ni1lltii 1V ___ -"_. 1ff1U i"1Ii"m I
ferent colors must be restoredand
maintained. St. James AME Kindergarten I care and development. Certified
Colored people have many located at 1845 NW 65th Street I teachers hot lunches and transportation -
grievances against whites In their opened last Tuesday, Sept. 2, for .
own countries but there is no the 1958-59 school term. '!
adequate attempt being made by Our school specializes in childNINNINNNNI.NII.NN.1111.I.NN.N Call l NE 5-3614 or NE 5-23J8.
any nation to settle differencesso I I II
that justice will ult.
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Religious leaders of the West
seem to agree with the solution
proposed by the Rev. Dr. Rich- In-Around The Bahamas
ard (Fornication-for-iFun) Fag-
leg: they would deny colored
people the right to exist by teach- -- By A. H. McKE.NZIE -

ing them that their existence is MI 1..IN_-NNIIII/INN.1/-...-....-..-..-..-.-..-.-_--_-..-..-..-.-...-.._.._.._.__...._.._.._.._.._.._._.._.._.._.______..../._.._.._._._.-.-.........._
a sin. ("Teach us to sla without \rl
conceiving.") Throe representatives of the Mastic Point, Andro.
Bomb tests are objected to bya Florida Fruit and Vegetable!
majority of Christians because Growers sociatlon, the Fells- The mission of Randol Fawkesto
they may destroy fertility in mere Sugar Products, and another London, did not work out so
human beings and animals as Florida Co. wore in Nassau well. The president of the Bahamas -
for other reasons: surely if the last week to recruit 1,500 laborers. Federation of Labor wentto
churche desire to reduce the confer with the General Sec-
birth rate it would be better to I retary of the Trade Union to ask
carry on with the tests and .Increase James ErsJdne Hamilton, support in his fight against the
them: it is the cheapestway charged with attempted murder, Industrial Conciliation Act recently -
and the most efficient to wa. found guilty in the Magis : passed in the House. It t
reduce the birth rate. trate's Court on August 26. Ham is reported that he was told to l
It was Gojighiz. Khan I think ilton, armed with a .22 revolver, "count his bles ings."
who once thought of killing all went on a wild shooting Fpree
the inhabitants of China and using on West St. the previous even- .Mls Birdie Straehan, well
: S
the country to breed his Ing. Four police officers arrivedIn known figure in Grants Town, I I S
horses. a jeep on the scene, but had
died last week and was burled
to run to cover a: a bullet pierced -
Dr. Fagley and his friends evi- Sunday her !
on past by youngest
the back of the car. The -
police '
dently wish to use Africa for brother, the Rev. Dudley
finally arrested him.
breeding Europeans. chan from St. Agnes
Hamilton fined $140.
Unfortunately God or Na- was terment was in St. Aijncs'' strl1-I' S
ture has provided antidoteto
-
( an tery.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Davies arriv-
Fagloyism. Within the
tropics
ed from England on Aug. 25 to
only the forms of life capable accent teaching positions with The case of Randol Fawkes, tt
of resisting the climate condi- pre ident of the Federation of Ytia'
the board of education. They
tions survive and of the Labour has been further adjourned
can one -
left for Arthur's Town, Cat Island -
es.entials is a heavily-plgmented until the 25th of September. q ,4 d S i<,Y .
during the week, and ?
skin certain other .
and protect-
will erve at principal and assistant ; I
ions: if Europeans were to try principal respectively. ) pti ,
to live and procrate in the trop-
ical zone a few survivors might An account has been recently ; :
develop the protection required Eustace Edward Duvaller 74, opened at the Bank of Nova Sco- fr4xr
after some centuries. died suddenly at his home in tia called the Fawkca defense
But they would then surviveas Market St. on Sept. 1. He is sur- and Freedom fond All supporters I i : .
Negroes not whites at all. I vived by tAo ons and two' of the Federation of Labor t
can show the World Council of daughters Mr. Duvalier formers are a ked to send their donationO I 2j 4
cperated and owned People's what account.Tommy .
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was at one time a !leading box-
Beautiful Home on ing promoter. Me was a tailor Robin on received a
Your Lot and manufactured: c.'oih: hats wonderful ovation when he
landed at the International Air-

7(uv C Prestwcll Munnlnga, a studentat port last week on his way from I I )
New York Community College England to continue his medical ,
where he 1. studying medical! I study In the States. Robinson
Sl technology! is vacationing in represented tnc Bahamas in Car.
Nassau He is the ion of Mr. and II dlff Wale_ in i':nz!and last month s st1j
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper"PAGE Celebrates First Greater Bethel Miami Nurse j,

I 8 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, '1958 Youth ;Announce. Teaching ,at *I

Anniversary"a Program Tuskegee >?:'
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''I ,\,' Mrs. Minnie Warren on Sept. :;" > Youth of Greater Bethel AME Miss Lula Kemp, who recently
Mrs. Warren entertained mem- Church have organized them- received her mater: of arts degree .
Broward with a birthday dinner. selves as an affiliate of ,t h e in curriculum and teaching
Richard Allen in nursijntf! education
County Guests: were OneaJ Jahmon, l Youth Connectional Council an organization, spacializJation in' mental healthand
\ of the Chamber, and psychiatric
deigned\ to permit more and nursing from Co-
NewsBy King, past chamber presi- varied youth participation in lumbia University, and has done
Mrs. Warren received many church and related activities. post-graduate study toward her
gifts. iNext meeting Sept. 17 This group will present "Youth Ed.D, ha. Joined,the faculty at
the home of Mrs. Oneal John- Speaks," Monday, Scs 15 at Tushegee Institu '..
3
: | 5408 SW 20th St. I .tI
Church 7:30:
Walter BowoClayton Greater Bethel AME '
She will take the
I Wi'lie' Green, president of I on position
pm instructor of
psychiatric
I Mr M, F: Knight and Spry the Chapter has announced thata i as coordinator of affi'iatin"'nursing -
: Smith, president Davis will hold election for ,I young people are invited to student, and will engage in
the Democratic Club of W witness the Mattle research -
program. I
juveniles at 3.30 I
: Saturday. as an integrator of
Hollywood, was quite meeting a picnic will be Jane is program chairman. tal health conceals' throughout men-
the crowd attending the m at the park in Carver < ,it':i ers elected Sept. 8 were: the basic nursing curriculum
meeting and introduction. The organization is Y7'! Barbara Bush, vice president;
candidates to the home'C, en for new members. Mrs. A. *, rurryanna: Mills, secretary; Naomi
Sept 7. Mr. Smith and his Henderson is conductress. : (IShorter, assistant, ecretary: ;
Ernestine, have been I uA'i'-rt' Backer, chaplain; Sara LOTS FOR SALE
committeeman and ,
Roose-
I anrmlit parliamentarian;
woman of precinct 92. For Men's Day will be observed at I :t. Easy Terms
political! information call at Macedonia Baptist Church .... O.her officers will be added as Build on your lot
home of the Smiths, 401 SW Sept 14. Service.. will be I I ;- or 'he grovi:. progres:es. Gertrud or mine
st. Be 'tire to vote in the at the church, 4800 SW I
new Rev. D A. Bradley, pastor of Hammitt, journalist for the chap- We take of
care
Sept. 30. st. The day .will begin with Mt. Carmel) Baptist Church, 225 t l', win be installed in a special II financing
School at 'Q'AS.: Rev. N. I Sept. 15 by Mrs. May- NO MONEY DOWN
The first PTA meeting Phillips is NW 14th terr., will celetorate his ceremony
pastor. Cousin, wife of the pastor.
held} Wednesday night at t first anniversary with a weeklong me Cash paid for your lots or
Carver Ranches Adviser for the group an: home
beginning Monday
program
School, /Mrs. Esther The Beauticians' Guild of W. Mrs. Mayme Cousin, Mrs. Ma-
pre.ident is urging all and Hallandale are night, Sept 22. Variou. churchesand rian H. Shannon, state director of Baron, JE 8.1340
to register their to all contestants and their congregations will rtAYC; Miss Hattie iBrace, con-
during the drive. who supported their suc- take part in the services, and ference branch director of YPD;
affair at the Palms. Presi- the many organizations of the Mis: Melzie Elliott; Mrs. Elvira
The Chamber of Eleanor Bowe thanlks the I church will be in charge dif- Smith, Robert Clark, J. Stokes Drive Carefully
Ladies Auxiliary met at the, for their faithful work. ferent nights. and Miss \\Lydia Richardson.

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77OutforRatt1erSquad SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1958 PAGE 9


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Homecoming (Nov. 8 ing out from 6 to 8 in the morn- A&T Nov. 8 and Allen Univer
ing and from 3 to 6 In the after- sity on Nov. 15. The North Vic Potamldn Chevrolet

Tallahassee A squad of 77 noon. Carolina game will be homecoming
(practice for the Florida A&M The workouts are mostly bas- and will be played in the
University Rattlers here last ed upon conditioning, offensiveand new Bragg Memorial Stadium
week. defensive play (patterns and Celebrates Anniversary58Hour
The group Included 20 lettermen Introducing new play Quite a Don Newcombe
27 veterans from last year bit of time will be [/devoted IP
and 30 yearlings, said Coach evaluating ifreshmen. Back to !Winning Sel.A.Thon --
Gaither. Quarerbaok Sammy After the opening game here :
Moss, halfback Willie Elliott and with the Benedict Tigers, Oct Ways Begins TodayAll The ''big anniversary party sale
tackle Frank Merchant will not 4, the Rattlers take to the road Cincinnati (CNS) Ex- will feature free coffee and refreshments -
be 'back this fall. for heir next three encounters. Dodger and always a controversial roads will lead to Vic Po- five-minute, on-the-
due to scholastic deficiencies.No Atlanta, Oat 8; BethuneCookman now plays for the Cincinnati as the big Chewy dealer at 340 ture Chevvy cars for the kiddies,
reason was disclosed for College in. Jacksonville, Sat- Reds has finally caught on Alton Road celebrates his first free lubrication for the life of
urday night, Oct. ,25 and a winning streak Always knownas the oar, lowest down paymentand
Mos f all u r e to return jour- anniversary with 58-hour/ Sel-
this year. Fullback Ollous Barker ney to Orangeburg to tackle a late starter, Don this year, A-Thon. lowest monthly payments.:
and center Sylvester Williams. South Carolina State, Nov. 1. though, has been until the last The mammoth sale gets underway Sales
Coach Jake Gaither's National week of August, to regain his old Manager Ben Schaler
back
are expected but have not at 8 a.m. today and will Salesman
Ware
and Johnny
returned. Collegiate Football Champions form. He was told to Cincinnati are
continue around the clock for 58
return home for a two-game with no wins and a string of catching up on their sleep now
consecutive hours. The sale
Merchant was expected to bea stand against North Carolina losses. Now he's 6 and 11 but because beginning this morning
key figure In the weak tackle he won his fourth in a row Sep- promises to be the biggest thingof they will be on the floor for 58
post this 'He All- I its kind ever seen in the straight hours. They Invite
year. was an terobed/ when he beat Robin: you
SIAC tackle two years ago and Rdbert. of the Phillies for the South. to come ia and see them
THANK YOU Every brand new 1958 Chevrolet -
played end last
year. second time in five days. The
in the has .
place been marked -
Coach Gaither was elated over Jerusalem Tabernacle Los Angeles
No. 22 Dodgers may be down to rock bottom for .immediate
seeing end William Barber, guard Love and Charity, wishes to express sorry they sold him for the Reds sale. A buyer of a new- Non Surgical Treatment
Robert Wells, center Roosevelt its thanks and appreciationto are in fourth place, 12% games '
Holloman, halfback J. W. Jones its many friends who helped off and the Dodgers seem miredin $1,525.58 Chewy can save as much as Hernia Piles

and quarterback :Lawrence Williams make the "Night in Nassau" a the second division.HEARING Every kind of Chevvy made Rupture (Hemorrhoids)
returning from service. .uccess. Thanks ever so much.
will be on the selling block DR. LONG'S CLINIC
"We'll have two sessions a day Charles F. Cooper, SET
until, registration" remarked the worthy superior Bela irs, 2-doorr, Impalas, Convertibles general health service
A&M mentor. The squad is work- Florence Sellers, secretary ON GOLF SUIT Station Wagons and 4- 21 8. W. 13th Ave.
I doors. All cars carry a 2-year Phone FR 3.2748
Jacksonville Initial argument warantee.
in a motion to dismiss a I A $95 down (payment is all Add Life to Years
LIBERTY TEMPLE 724, IBPOEW suit seeking complete Integration that is needed for a new Chevvy, and Years to Life
of this city's municipal golf and the weekly payment is only REDUCESpecial
INVITES YOU TO courses will be heard In federal 750. If your car is worth more '
court Sept. 17, it was disclosed than $95, they will give you the I 'Medication
this week. difference in cash.
A STRAW RIDE .
SLAYER SUSPECT'FIGHTS

At the home of Dtr. Hilda Henry in Carver Ranches
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Friday Night, September 19 9 O'clockCars EXTRADICTIONAlbany, NY Gov. AvereUHarrirnan't ELEISCHMAWSIS
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8 on a Florida request for extra.
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The migrant worker, Frank
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is accused of slaying Ira Gene 14 ; I II
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Carnley, a white farmer, andCarnleY'
r e * * /!; infant daughter with I
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Collins of
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UOIaftaID NITTN{Ul OOYIINMINT '
Ham Sims of Buffalo, Peterson's
WILL LAST FOREVER
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ST. MATTHEW AMEZ MT. SINAI BAPTIST

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ItpI 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. Hev. S. A. Thomas, pastorAs

Rev. A. H. Ferguson, pastor
teach-
I workers
Sunday School............... 9:45: can officers, and
Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m ers, we are thankful for our Sunday .
Evening worship ............ 7:30: p.m School. We are (grateful for
any opportunity that is ours

FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev. to improve it. We have the responsibility -
Cfturd for the men and

to C. J. Burney, pastor women of tomorr W. Left us
Claudia Wilson reporter contribute all that we can to
me make their Christian educationa
i We were blessed to enjoy another meaningful and life l long

wonderful time throughoutthe experience.It .
"..,.' dav Sunday beginning with is trite the Sunday School Is s''
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I'ante the Sunday School. doing just fine. The attendanceIs or

BAHA'I ASSEMBLYNorman about\ up to par. We as work l
Newopape-I The devotional services were
I THE MIAMI ES-"Tbe Peoples' Bethel, student at filled with the spirit. One of our ers are proud of our leaders. a

i Grove City College in Pennsyl- own son's Bro. Paul Free-man, Thev are holding the beacon
.. PAGE 10 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER .13, 1958 vania, will speak at the Baha'i delivered both the evening and light high that we may!! see and
NW 11th ave. 7:45: St.I' follow on. Yes follow on without c
', Center, 137 morning messages: Morning,
,p.m. Sunday, Sept. 14. His sub- Luke 24-45 theme "The Suffering } faltering on the way if this race t s,

-j GRACE PRESBYTERIAN ST. FRANCIS XAVIER ject will 'be "Can Human Nature Christ. Evening text, St. I we will win.

Change?" All races and faiths John 15:5: "Jesus is The Way." ,
The morning service
Rev. James E. Culmer, pastor N.W. 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. invited delivered was very s
ONt are cordially The messages were meaningful, spiritually, chargedand f
1 Eddie Edwards, clerk Phone FR 9-1424
y' Sunday School............ 9:30: am MASSES BAPTIST with. power and enjoyed by all. I an abundance in attendance.We .
NEW BETHEL choir rendered music
THl'fron Morning worship .... ........ 11:00: Daily................................ 8 a.m. The No. one the Jr. were not surprised however,
Westminster: Fellowship .... 6 pm. Sunday....... 7 a.m. & 8:30: a.m. 1571 N.W. 68th Terr. for the morning, also rendered because with Communion feast
choir. The No. two choir -
rage Rev. G. Jones, pastor served in the morning seemed to
CORINTH BAPTIST FIRST UNITARIANOn Sunday School........... 9:45: a.m music for the evening. The be what is needed to draw the of
no 1 1Intl Morning worship .................. 11:0(1: ( No. 3 usher board was in chargeof crowd. The time was just rightin
Meets every 2nd and 4th Sundayat Sunday, Sept. 14 "TowardAn Evening worship ...............-... 7:30: the day's services. We want the morning. This change
"T? Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Understanding of Man: The all of our visitors: to know they came about because of the pastor d

.,t Church. Gregarious" will be the secondin ) were welcome in our midst. leaving Sunday evening for the p''
N, Sunday School....................... g:3oi a series of sermons presentedby Youth Sunday Come again. Let us continue in National Baptist Convention. L

.w i Morning worship .............. 11:30: Rev. Glen O. Canfield, min- At IncarnationBy prayer for our sick. Sunday evening service was n
Evening Service ................. TdO: ister of ,the First Unitarian conducted by our own: Rev. John
i" Rev W. T. Thomas pastorand Church located on Dixie High- JULIE( CLARKOn ST. JAMES A.M.E. Polite. He will serve as the assistant m

successful gospel preacher. way at SW 29th road at 11 a.m. Sept. 8 the youthof pastor while Rev. Thomas is
Church 11 Sunday, Dr. A. Joseph Reddick, pastor
F.4 ajm. Following the
away.
; the Church of the Incarnationwere Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter
ST. JAMES BAPTIST church service cover-dish PJease
lun- follow the
an* a in charge of all laymen'sduties. crowd to sc
cheon will be served sponsoredby Bennie O'Berry's home 1295 NW
spf 323 N.W. 14th St The overwhelming congregation s
Fo Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor the PTA.BETHEL. At the 8 ajn Mass the choir of at the "Friendly Church" on last 71st St., from 4 to 6 p.m. Enjoya

tht St. Michael's and All Angles, Sunday attested to the most excellent midsummer afternoon frappe ,
r Sunday Services BAPTIST composed of the teenage boys workshop! sedvice. Dr. Don't miss the occasion. The g

\ Sunday School........... 9:30: am Richmond HeightsRev. and girls of the church, sang the Reddick preached with great date: Sept 14.BETHEL.
Bu Morning Worship ........ 11:00: a.m
Communion Service by spiritual fervor, power and dem- r
\ BTU ...........................?.? 5:30: pjn. Sis. Nannette L. R. Ross, Pastor second Willian. The sermon onstration throughout the day. A.M.E.Rev. ,
Greer Healey
Evening Worship ........... 7:30: p.m. reporter ,
mi l' Visitors always welcome was read by our candidate for I The Sunday School, under the S. A. Cousin, pastor
thin Services were as usual last Holy orders, Nelson Pinder, senior , leadership of Bro. Theodore Cherryanna Mills, reporter n
TRINITY WESLEYAN Sunday with Sunday School 1 at Nashto/tah/ House, Wis., Roddy continues to grow by leapS k
beginning at 9:30: a.m.with the who did his clinical work at the and bounds. All parents are ask- The auditodium was filled Sunday s

Rev. George E. Johnson, pastor Supt. Bro. Claudius Jones in Incarnation. The church school ed to accompany their childrenat morning. The sermon for e
f th Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter charge. Our Sunday School is was turned completely over to 9:30: am. the morning was delivered by

Sunday School................... 9 ajn. :growing, and glowing under the I the youths. our pastor. The rermon was well a
Morning worship .................... 11:00: supervision of Bro. Jones. He is ART SHOWAt The following( persons are delivered and was very inspir-
Young People's Meeting 5 p.ml constantly introducing ideas of among the sick and shut-ins: ing. The scripture for the morn- s
Improvement of religious educa. 4 pjn. at the Communty: Mrs. Annie Edwards Mrs. Ethel ing was taken fdom the Book of
l BETHANY BAPTIST tion. We are proud of the wonderful Center, NW Hlh ave., Charles Racers, Mrs. Mamie Cole Mrs. Timothy. Choir No. 1 delivered
PiS1 work that Bro. Jones and Adderley, art graduate of St. Addle Delegall, Bro. Jerome the music. s
3316 NW 50th Street his entire family are doing in Augustine's College, sponsored an Jamison and Bro. Herbert We would like to wish the following \ S

f( Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastora Bethel. art show. It was comprised of local Knowles. They always appreciate a very happy birthday for

: Sunday School......... 9:30: ajn. The morning service talent, out of town and pro- your visits. I the month of September: Emma
IT Morning Service ........... 11 am by the acting was conducted : fesionals.: The following were The ;a'tor will preach thru- Reese Eva Sharp, Mamie May-

c :BTU ............................... 5:30: pjn McWesley. He preached pastor from, Rev.the on display: Paints ,scuJpturiand out the day on next Sunday.We I nor, Robert Stoke., Charles Har- s

'I ii Evening Service ............ 7:30: panPrayer depths of his soul. His sermon ceramics. There were many are yet requesting an organist I ven, Edward Blocker, Dorena }
Service, Thurs. 7:30: p.m. was truly enjoyed by all. We outstanding features, one was for choir No. 3 and the 1 Davis, Rebecca' Gooding Russel

were happy to have Rev. Mc- the beautifully painted portrait Gospel Chorus. Please contactthe Ager, Midiam Russell, Lola: Edwards -
11\\ MARTIN MEMORIAL AME Weley and his charming wife, of the late Fr. John J. Jarrett, pastor if you are an avail- Vendetta Colemanfl Cleveland

::0 Richmond Heights who accompanied him. Jr., former vicar of the church, able person or if you know of and Clifford Clark, Inez
4 painted by Mr. Adderley. such person llljehtower, Maude Hilton.
.' Rev. Albert Jones, pastor For evening. a unique programwas You are always welcome to attend On Sept. 14, the John Scott
t Wilma M. Harris, reporter rendered by the Junior Church talents were Mrs. Lurel services at the "Friendly Board of Breater Bethel, invites

I We came with our hearts in Church.. Miss Margaret Singleton Julius, president of the W. A., Church." you to sip and talk at the homeof
acted as mistress of ceremony. Alvin Dillard, art student at St. Mrs. Alberta Campbell 1245
( tune to drink of his blood and ,
eat of his flesh. Those that did such wonderful Augustine's College and Charles ST. MARY'S W. M. NW 71st terr. The time is 5 to
Adderley, art teacher in Broward 7 p.m.
Holy Communion was administered /planning to make the programa County School system. Mrs. S. Hawkins reporterRev

J throughout the day. sucess were Sisters Queen E. A Culmer, pastor Ml. CALVARY
Sunday School began promptly E. Armstrong, Hattie Clark and The day was climaxed with BAPTISTRev.
I at 9:30: and was largely attended.At Bro. Roosevelt Jackson. Solemn Evensong at the church. Sunday School began at 9:30: E. M. Thomas, pastor

our morning worship the Richard Barry, a prospective ajm. with Miss Marva Trotmanin Oretha Holder reporter
scripture lesson was taken from Our pastor, who is away attending freshman of St. Augustine's College charge The lesson was revIewed -

the 12th chapter of the Book of the National Convention chanted Evensong and read by Mrs. M. Culmer. Ser- O, give thanks unto the Lord
Acts. Our pastor also took' his in Chicago, was missed at his both lessons vices began at 11 am. with the for He is flood, His mercy endud-
text from said chapter and delivered past of duty. Before he returns pastor in charge. The lecture eth forever inobeying God's
a message that was food home he will conduct a week's ACOLYTES INSTALLED taken from the 1st Epistle lasted command. We began our service

for thought. meeting in Louisville, Ky. 'We After the announcements by Fc eight minutes. Subject: Behold with the Sunday School.At .
are praying that he may have a what of love the Father 11
manner a.m. devotional servicewas
Scripture lesson for the night wonderful Clarke, there were 35 boys :Installed -
trip and a safe .re- has (bestowed u-yon: us that we conducted by Deacon Bailey
service was taken from 2nd Tim- in the St. Vincent's Aco-
should be called the Sons of Music was furnished by No. two
othy and 5 verse. The sermon turn.Won't lyte Guild. Out of this number
God?. Choirs Nos. 1 and 2 rendered choir. Our pastor then
was delivered from said chapterAll you come to worship the 20 outstanding boqs received came before -
with us. We are always happy the St. Vincent's medal Awards mu ic with Mrs. Ursula us with the morning's sermon -
roads will lead to our new welcome visitods. were given to the most outstand- Hipgs at the organ. No. 1 usher "0, My Enemy Have You
location Sunday, Oct. 12 at 4:00: ing senior and junior acolyte. board served.' Found Metaken from Fidst
' o'clock for the laying of the corner King; 21:21.:
They were Senior Charles Ross
stone of the first unit of our THE INCARNATION Juniors Bernhardt Bradley and; Devotions at 7 pjn. The pastor
II from Exodus 25:22 Sunday afternoon
church. preached : using at 5:30: BTU
,It! Sunday, Sept. 14 at 3 o'clock 1835 N.W. 54th Street Elisha S. Clarke, 3rd. the theme "Appointment was held. We had our testimon
the usher board No.1 will have Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar After which the choir of St. 1 W!th God. Three fouls were ial service as we do every first
its first anniversary beginning at Veronica O'p*rry, reporter Michael and AU Angel was installed added to the Christian family as Sunday.

3 o'clock. Please support ,the organization Summer Schedule of and received the Hymnal. Holy Communion was served. Sunday night the devotional
Services
Choirs 1 2 rendered service was conducted
of your choice' and and mus- by the
help your church building fund. SUNDAYS and Rehearsals The sermon for the evening ic; No. 1 and 2 usher boards deacons and dSacone-ses. Music

Visitors are always welcome at Matins .....:......*............,.. 7:45: ajn was re-tie preached Atkins, vicar by the of Rev.St. Chris Jar served We are prayIng for the was who furnlche by the No. 1 choir
early of Mrs. G. Mc- tang like never
our church. Won't you come and Solemn Sung Mass recovery before. Ou
worship with us? and topher's Church, Ft. Lauderdaleand Ford and others on the sick i pastor then came before us with
Sermon ... .._... 8:00
: ajn priest In charge of St. Phillips the
Church list. May God bless. each of them. night's sedmon "A Certain
_School and Adult Pompano and St. Andrew's public Man Saw Him."
: The 1 invited'to
L attend
ST. MATTHEW FREEWILL Bible Class .... .. 1 9:30>>: ana Hollywood He preached :
a very ,. a Pew Rally sponsored by the The Lord' Supper came after
E. Y. Churchmen ........ 5:30:
inspiring
<40S< N.W. 21st Street Solemn Evensong and pm sermon Stewardess Board to be held at service, and there was a great

Rev. J. B. Woodley, pastor Sermon ................. 7:00: pin Father Atkins read the clos- St. Mary's 1609 NW 5th Ct. at number> of attendance as usual.
Nathaniel Thomas, reporter TUESDAYS: ing prayers and benediction.Our 3:30: p.m. Rev. CuImer was cordially To the public you are Invited to
St. Vincent's received by his followers come and worship with us
Acolyte every
Sunday School was called to organist for the day was Sunday. You
upon his return from are
a vaca always
Guild Meeting ....... 6:00 wei-
order by singing "Jesus : pm Miss Cassandria Hanna
Keep WEDNESDAYS sopho- tion spent in and around the Ba come.
Me Near The Cross. Topic I : more at St. Augustine's
"Work For Low Mass ..,.,._.--..... 6:30: am who ha! been the College hamas. Well rested and lookingthe
.,. 11:20: Everyone"At the morning service Evensong THURSDAYS.......- .....-... &00 pm the church during organist the summer.for his duties picture immediately.Come of health .he mum- ST. MATTHEW BAPTISTRev

was led by Deacon Sneed. Rev. St. Michael's :Choir I'm sure the Incarnation family and hear the Southland N. r. Clark, pastor '
Woodley gave a wonderful agrees with me when I Rev, J. E, Monroe
message say Singers choral group who will reporter
Rehearsal _., .. ... 1:00: pjn
The - our youth made
YPCL
was us proud
opened very
up appear at St. Mary's at 8
FRIDAYS: p.m. A straw
by Sister Wallace on Sunday ride is being planned
at 6 pjn. by St. Vincent's All are invited.
1 singing, "Shine. On Me." Acolyte by the members. Date will be
Guild Rehearsal MM 5:00 pjn Church youths leaving for :allege announced next week. The ush-
q\ Night service was led by Bro. Boy Scout next week: trt' board No. 1 is'planning
1; Grable. The Lord's Supper was (Parish Hall) -..... 6:00 p.m NOTICEAll Tea Recital on the ofternoon a
administered by our pastor. Note: Low Masses on ill Holy Fla. A&M: Charles Rex; St. he third of
'. Stop! Look! And attend for and Saints days at 6:30: ajn. Augustine's: Wilfred Barry Church notices MUST be Saundm' Sunday home. at Sis. Doreen
our wonderful No. 1 usher board Sung Mass on all weekly festivals I Susan Clarke, Alvin Dillard Cassandra typewritten double .pacedand this next More details on
week.
who work so kind and faithful at 6:00 am. Hanna and Bernard Mon- on one sheet of paper. Copy Visit
I for the seven years had gone by MUST be Into our office by 6 our church for preaching
their 7th anniversary this com- cur.We're wishing them a most p.m. Tuesday of each week to St.and Mastiu.staging at its, best.' Come to

ing o'clock.Sunday afternoon at 3:00: Drive Carefully successful school year and OIl!' Insure Inl.rt/on-C/ ," 'k ""'



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12-Cent Dividend SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1958' PAGE 11


'Minneapolis The Board of I
against Negroes attending white
Directors of Investors Selective SOUTH AFRICA
church services.
Fund, Inc. mutual fund affiliateof
PVT. KELSEY "KIT" COLLIE Investors Diversified Services, ELECTS TOP Verwoerd succeeds the late
Inc.. has declared a regular RACE BAITER Premier Johannes Strijdom who
quarterly dividend of ,12 cents died August 24 of a heart and
e per share, payable Sept. 11, to Capetown, South Africa lung ailment. As minister of
USAFI also issues' high school shareholders of record at the (ANP) Dr. HenrIk Verwoerd, Strijdom's cabinet, Verwoerd car-
certificates equivalent to most close of business Aug. 29, 1958.
hated by natives as an arch advocate ried out legislation to segregate
seems no matter where we requirements for completion of The dividend will be distributed of white supremacy, this whites and blackr.Advertise .
|or what we are doing, that the 12th grade upon successful out of the Funds net invest- week was elected premier of
writing fever seems to hover completion of a battery of five ment Income, derived exclusively South Africa. \tie was charged
{above our head, and we must tests from dividend an Interest in- with the closing of 5,000 Negro
the old typewriter once I On the college level, a batteryof come. It is the 50th consecutive Mission schools and the ban It Pays!
i. After a year and a half four tests are given and suc- dividend paid by the Fund.
ce from this spot In: thes cessful completion of these are I
we feel somewhat uneasyt usually accepted by hundreds of COMBINED
| getting back to work how- colleges and universities as 24 Heads Talk/ It's Your Lucky Buck
working with the Colleges hours of work leading to a bache- THEOLOGICAL or
Bureau of Hampton Insti- ior's degree.
for about two months, we Secondly, many military installations CENTER BLDG.
not been completely Idle in have set up programs BEGUN "
leld of Journalism. It is our with local colleges and universities OU
that we can entertain, in- for attendance at evening
ATLANTA Con. truction of
and please you, the read- classes. The courses embrace a -
|of this column, as we havein variety of subjects and count as the buildings of the projected Interdenominational -
the past. Here's hoping credit toward a degree to further theological D
center for Negroes on a new
that we may gain new their education not to do so un- .
campus adjacent to Atlanta University -
ds. der one or both of these pro-
is expected to begin Immediately
ptember may the month of grams. Commanding officers are
(Labor Day holiday, the being encouraging their personnel to with a recent $1,500- Only $2.98Real
000 buildiray-fund' grant from the
of autumn, and several make the step now while the Sealantic Fund.
events. But more so, It Is U. S. helps him both 'with encouragement -
{month that school bells ring and finance.. The Interdenominational Theo- U. S. Govt. ,Silver Dollar, encased in a life time
ver the nation. And while The United States Departmentof logical Center will combine the clip with dollar sign design of finest quality, non

bright faces will be enter- Defense realizes the value and educational functions of Gammon Atlanta tarnishable, rhodium silver finish. THIS BUCK
Theological Seminary
|school for the first time andrs necessity for our military per- (Methodist); the graduate, faculty -, WILL BRING GOOD LUCK, CARRY IT AND
will be' continuing, either sonnel to be as thoroughly educated of religion at Morris Brown ;YOU'LL NEVER BE BROKE. Makes an ideal gift.

1,e many lower servicemen level or the will higher be who as can possible.benefit Thus educationallyand everyone College Atlanta (African Methodist Only $2.98 (including postage and tax in U.S.). Send

g the same.s ( that bars no one) should I Episcopal In religion); the at graduate More- check or moneY' order to t
program
that sound strange? take it upon himself to at least house College, Atlanta (Baptist); Treasures Unlimited, Dept. T-58, P.O. Box 48-301
rtheless, it !is true. At sev- look into this matter. An educated -
and the seminary at Phillips Miami International Airport, Miami, Florida
has to offer than
institutionsin man more
of the military School of Theology, Jackson,
the United States as welln one who is not. Tenn. (Christian Methodist Episcopal SEND FOR YOURS TODAY

Europe, Japan, Hawaii, ). S20
kka and the Caribbean thou- PREVUES: Coming events that The center will provide facul-
Js of enlisted personnel and cast their shadows over this column "
ty in truction, library, chapel
ers will devote a few hourse are discussions on the draft, and buildings for general use.
process of bettering their Korea, known as "The Land of Each of the cooperating denom-
ational needs. the Frozen Chosen", and many
inations will provide supervision' SEE THE
ere are two principal means interesting notes on the men and of denominational Instructionand
(doing this. First, through women from the Miami area who will build or provide hous-
(United States Armed: are in service.As ing for its students. WORLD'SGREATEST ,
ss Institute) by correspone usual, we like to receive Classes are expected to beginin ,
courses or group study letters from you telling us the fall of 1959.
tees. In this way, military whether or not you like the col- The Rev. Dr. Harry V. RIch-
onnel gain elementary, high umn and offering information to ardson, who has 'been presidentof
college certificates for assist in the preparation of ma- COLORED i
fol and Gammon, was recently elect-
ssfully completing such terial for it. Address all corre- MK
ed president of the Interdenom-
-sea as English, history, spondences to the following Pvt. inational Theological Center. PSYCHIC
fjgn languages, typing, math- Kelsey E. Collie, US52466321; However, Gammon will continueto
,ics, ,business administration, Army Education Center, Bldg. operate as a residence hall
ice (both physical and nat- B-2; Fort Belvoir, Va. and center of Methodist instruc- READER

I) psychology, and many oth Until next time . Sayonara tion.
(Japanese Farewell.) "This new venture In interde-
nominational cooperation for the
training of Negro ministers PROF.

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effect," said Dr. McCulloh. "It
PUNPHUN will offer unique Opportunities r
/ for training leadership for the

By PHIL 0330FER church in this day of changing HUNTER

...........N.........N-................ I- patterns John D.in race Rockefeller relations.Jr.", New

... now keeping books, since York City, established the Sea- PROP. HUNTER
regular bookkeeper; is vaca- lantic Fund in 1955 to strengthen If you *... sick, worried or In trouble this Is the)

Jng.been To ,poring refresh sounds my memory like, and education develop. Protestant In this country.theological plac. to come. Don't stay In the rut, push, back tho

)J weather latelyl!) through my T.II of bad luck that teems to hold you In your track,

[text books. That's what hap- and advance forward by the help of Cod under the

when an old bookkeeper, I I leadership of Prof. Hunter who has 30 years of experience
turns out to be a no-accoun-
) In spiritualist and occult science. Make your
I IDe. I
finds he must keep an even
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i and get the things that life demands for you.
las, my studies served only
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will prove: CHARGEIf r
rrent Asset A usable fuse.


I rrent fuse. liability a blown we can't fix it in your home

ability What a dishonesthas

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ferred charge a time

xed liability Fellow who DRIVE-IN SERVICE

llacksnalling: you.
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ALL WORK GUARANTEEDPickup Located aft the Hunter's new psychic studio on
Jterest bearing note Love
Pembroke Road 3 mflee west of Hallandsle Fla. on
from a rich man who has and Delivery-No Charges ,
|interest. the north side of the road, 1 rolls e.st of 7th a.,..

king fund Naval appro- Carver Ranches. Signs are placed on the top of three.

ion. story buildmf.: Offloe .. In the duplex In the front of
Denial basis Operating a
ness not on a cash basis (a tie baflding.
basis!) s,rv.CORR , He has fifty time more power than any other

0 medtmn.. Too win find him. far advanced fa knows
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PAGE ''12 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1958 AT LSUNew

Orleans Nineteen Negroes -

...... tried without immediate
success to enroll Tuesday at the
New Orleans branch of Louisiana

CARDS MEMORIALS State University.A .
gate 'keeper at the institute,
acting on orders from jchool officials -
stopped prospective Ne-
eral services will be conductedat gro applicants. Dean Homer Hitt
I St. James AME Church on said the Negroes could not be
DEATHS Sept. 13 at 4 pm. with Rev. A. admitted "until I learn what the
J. Reddick officiating Burial university's official position is."
will be held at Lincoln Memorial
I
w Cemetery. CARD ,OF THANKSThe
House of Albert . Sellers
( Ta. of 1834 NW I grandmother of Miss Er-
o9th terrace died on SQ t. 6 fol-
of Floyd Summersof : ma Lee. Chambers wlshe> to
The body .OWlD'.. a short illness.:. He is survived -
I 2100 NW 3rd ave., apt. 10 who : thank the many friends, neigh-
by his parents, Mr. and
at his home Sun- bors and especially Mrs. Garvin,
SuM died uuddenly Mrs. CoiumiDus Sellers, and othI I
sister's for
day morning, Sept. 7 was ship- wno piayed a part,
< to Greenville, S. C. Sept. 9 er revives. Chapel services will their cards, flowers, telegramsand
W ped Sept. 15 with
be conducted on other (services during her
services.
lor Survivors funeral are wife, daughter, rtev Samuel Gay officiating. oereavement; also to Mr. and. i
ivu.. Mange of tne Range/ JI'uqer-
1-1
mother harry Edwards of 1830 NW ai dome for .tneir tnoughtful '
Meat Clinton Martin Jr., infant son ota .wld., cued at Jackson Memorial I services, and to rtev. A. J. rtedUICK '

Chi of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Martin, nobpiui following an illness ot fa i. James AM!!. Church, 6 $3
ot several weems Mr. Edward! iia n and consoling ,
iympduieuc -
Sw of 570 NW 22nd it, died early er
known the older
was wit among
; Monday morning. S-e\pit. 8 and ,services: YQ
carpenters of Miami He came Mr.. Virginia Pratt
Sept. 9 with I
MaR was laid to rest neie: item Key West over 38
graveside\ services at Evergreen. r
services will ,
years ago. Rosary
CARD OF
and oe conducted in the Chapel on THANKSThe

Range. . rnday at 7.JO: pm. and Funeral I bereaved family of the
ervices will be conducted at St., late,

\ Mrs. Louise Lee of 1171 NW Francis Xavier Catholic Churchon MRS ELSIE CURTIS Mrs Julia Brooks, upervleor' King were George Copeland Jr.,
64th st., died at Jackson Memo- Sept. 13 at 10 a.m. Father who passed away Seta 25, 1958at of Brooks' ,Kindergarten, 2013 and Garland Curry. All contest-
I rial Hospital on Sept. 4 following Maring will officiate. Burial will Jackson Memorial Hospital, NW 6th ct., as announced the ants will receive educational
extended period of illness. be conducted in Lincoln Ceme- wishes school for fund
,
Sum an to express\; their thanks opening of her kiddies
She is survived by a daughter, tery. .J: and appreciation to the many the 1958-59 season Shown in the For any Information concerning -
BTU Mrs. Geraldine Lott, a son Van' friends for their cards, telegramsand above photo are the King and registration at Brooks K i-
Funeral services were con- Mrs. Edna Wooten of 2215 NW dergarten, phone FR 3-6761.
Ever Lee. floral pieces, also to those Queen of 58, Danny Jordan and
ducted in Lake City on Tuesday,' 166th St., Opa Locka, died at who rendered their car. Thanksto Joanne Miller. Little Joanne wasGroaned Johnson photo
9.Gus Jackson Hospital on Sept. 8. She former JaniceLa
Sopt. I ''I Barnett and Seniors Funeral by queen
is survived by her husband, Home France Bates. Queen Joanneis
T -- for their services. Thanksto IN MEMORIAMIn
\ James, a son, a brother, two the pastor, officers and mem- the daughter of Mr and Mrs.
RevMrs 1 grand children. Services will be bers of Mt Olivette Baptist John (Miller, 244 NW 12th St.
conducted Saturday Sept. 20 memory of our beloved hus-
on ,
Baptist Church, al.o Runner up was Little Juanita
. special band and father
,
I at 1 ,, at Mt. Zion AME
um. thanks to Rolle who also came to
Sund Rev L A Thompson, second HERMAN G. SYMONETTEwho ,
Church with Rev. Jenkins offi-
Morn pastor of Temple Baptist Church 1957 queen Janice. Third place
passed September 16, 1957.
Burial wil be held at
Youn Lincoln ciating. who officiated in the absence of was awarded to Dene Ferguson I There the body hath no torment,

Rev. I. C Mickins, who was out Due to the absence: of ex-king There the mind is free from care
E: Mrs. Essie Campbell of 2973 of the chy Again we say thanks. Robert Henderson, King Danny There is every voice rejoicing

NW 51st Terr., died at her resi- _""---- -n.- Jordan was crowned by his Every heart i is: loving there.
'her. Mrs .Inez Jordan 1325 Mrs. Millis
survivedby mo of I SymonetteAnd
R dence on Sept. 8. She Is
NW 1st ct Runners to the Family
up
SundaMom husband, Jame, a daughterand
2 sisters. Chapel services will BlancheGalloway
BTU be conducted on Sept. 13 at 1pm.
MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE )THAN 10,000
Event Rev. Turner will officiate.
Praye:: Burial will be held at Lincoln HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES

1.. Memorial Cemetery
MARRe THE LARGEST ORGANIZATION OF ITS KIND IN

Chapel services for Mrs. At- THE SOUTH SERVING COLORED PEOPLE
kins who died on Sept. 4 will be
conducted on Friday at 5 p.m. PROUDLY PRESENTS I "For Fast, Efficient Service" Callf1fldi
Wl Rev. A. J. Reddick of St James

We :, AME Church will officiate. Following AN ALL STAR
the services Mrs. Atkins'-
tune t )r/J
eat of body will be sent to Fayetteville, I
Holystered s&;..': ,,'' .. .- NC for burial.CARD REVUEAT ,'tyM r .fL '

Cartledge' of 1336 NW 70th I GENCY INC.rm" .
,
Sundat St. died at Jackson Hopital Sept. OF THANKSThe THE '
930: 5. Survivors are his widow, Liz- -

At < zie, four sons, a daughter, a family of the late, ..
scriptujthe brother, sister. Services were MRS. ESSIE MARSHALLwish
12t conducted on Wednesday at Mt. to express sincere thanks JIMJAM 11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
Acts. C Sinai Baptist Church Burial ai and deepest appreciation to the 18(0 N.W. 73rd ST. PL 89827

text fn Evergreen. many friends and neighbors for 9431 GRAND AVE. HI 4.2447
liveredfor their many kindnesses rendered
tho William B. Haywood of 1330 during her illness and passing. 4240 N.W..27 AVE. NE 5-3466

Scriptservice { NW 2nd court, apt. 14, died at Thanks for the many cards, tele 7102'N.W.' 14TH AVE. PL| 1-0327
\ hir resience on Sept. 6. He is grams .and flowers. Especially do 6241 N.W. 17TH AVE. PL 8.9990
othy ar survived by his wife, Eartherine, we wish to thank the Rev. A. L. 17325 HOMESTEAD AVE. CE 5-3553
was del a daughter, his parents. Funeral Shipp. and his congregation and Perrine
services were conducted on, Sept. the Range Funeral Home for CLUB I 102 N.W. 6TH ST. JA 2.3474
All ro 11 at St. John Baptist Church. services rendered. May God Ft. Lauderdale
locationo'clock Burial was held at City Ceme- bless each and everyone of you. 1900 N.W. 75th St. 339 HAMMONDVILLE WE 3.3235RD.
I tery. Mr. Joe Marshall, son ., Pompano
ner ston Mrs. Vinell Kelly daughterMr. Phone PL 9-8651 14460 N.W. 22ND AVE. MU 8-0617
church.SundaJ. Miss: Betty Ann Johnson of \ Kelly, sondnfawMrs. Opa Locka
1361 NW 62nd st., died at Jack- Maedee Mackey, I 2100 N.W. 3rd CT. FIR 4.6331
the ushe son Memorial Hospital on Sept. granddaughterAnd Adm. 50c
its first 6 following her admission of 20 ChildrenAdvertise MAIN OFFICE
3 o'clock minutes., Survivors are her mother -
TABLES FREE 1163 N.W. 3rd AVE. FR 3-8416
ganizatlo: Mrs. Norma Johnson, 8 aunts, It !
help youVlsitort four uncles, 5 grandaonts. Fun Pays

---.-,-.-. ,...,-..;r-m-momo-m- mono. ?tIt iri'm'1m, 1m"" 1m Ym'r1'JlT! Jm'!" ,
our churl --- --" -- -- -- 'MO'.1A1.r' "i =-..., >>..:. .v-'f > LfW .IiI =t- '-"
worship

ST. MA'-' FOR SALE ,

408 The House Of Albert"The 4 'Y .
odYa xl

Rev.NathaSunday J 2 Bedroom House Funeral Home of Distinction". 1 ,


order by sympathetically offer

Me"Work Near Fo 1335 N.W. 59th Street A 5-Point Media For Any Type Hurfftl

At 11:2:
+i, was led t: t' ., it. *. Inspiring Chapel Service
WOodley. I ; .
rage. The A Service For Every l'ur"6
by Sister MUST SELL
singing, "S We Worry In Your Borrow

Grable.Night TJ so!; WILL TAKE LOW CASH Shipping With Care 3

TJadminister Quiet Dignity Sure
LI
MORTGAGE
our who woade work)I Small Enough to Know You '

for the sev Just Painted Inside and Outside Big Enough to Serve You 1
their 7th i

ing Sunda] Lot 50" x 105"
'
o'clock. Lester C. Albert, Funeral Director
.
Mr. Fred FR 3-3654 6942 N.W,15th Avenue PLaze 8-4707 ;

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rownsville Patrol Service I FOR RENTBY

Arthur Mathis and
SUMMONS
Roosevelt Cullins

Phone NE 36633WANTED 4-nEDDOOM, 1 bath home at ,i it ?1F
2028 NW 5th Place. $30 a week,, w :
2 weeks in advance. 1 >

tAB DRIVER. NE 4-7540. 6222 day or night ff
Phone HI 4-2448-HI 6-0173
W 22nd Ct.Reliable.


Partyanted Rooming FOR house SALE, 62nd St i'i04IiI' ! jr MI

/ to service and collect w
from established route of vending NW. Up to $90 a week in- I '! k 1jrft
lachine' Working capital nsc-
\sary frcm $400 to $800 In cash. come, 7 rooms, 2 baths. The
rite to Continental Distributing locationnot ;
value is in the lot
:o, Inc., 4418 Pershing, Fort
orth 7, Texas. the old house.

FOR RENT

2-tROOM APT. Completely fur- Nice one family house, ...... ..: ,., H,_ __ \':'\ W".. :;;--.-

Ished. Brownsville area. CallE 62nd St. NW. This is a lot It was time for the red carpetto nette Folson Mrs. Llnnie Fannin, guest, J. Cherry, Mrs. E. Primus!,
4-3933. be rolled out Just a few days Mrs. Elizabeth, Pittman, Mrs. Mr M. Reid, Mrs. M. Williams,
value business site. These and Northwestern' Senior Alese Gill and Mrr. Thena Crow- N. Adams, C. L. Williams and
OOM in lovely Liberty City ago Mrs. E. Johnson. Hostesses
name for nice quiet man or wo- properties went up $1,000 a High for School the fete.was the Dade's rite several selected der.Bottom, seated: Mrs. M. Chand standing In rear: Mesdames M.

ian. Al;o room for nice quiet year the last 10 years and school principals were scheduled ler, R. George, Mrs. C. Clarke, A. Newbold, B. Rahming, D. How
couple Call NE 5-1193 or NE as the honored guests and the Gardiner, W. White, W. Wright, ard, A. Simons, J, Sweeting andC
14-8493. will go up $1,000 a year PTA Council of the county was C, Rhetta, N. Bethel, a visiting Boyer.

I with kitchen the next 10 listed as host. The occasion was
BURNISHED rooms years.Phone
the Renewal of Friend,hip Din-
(privileges for nice, clean womenor PL 1.8779 ner that has become an annual THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"
wife. A nice
man and placefor I
nice people. Convenient to 04 affair While of a the.delicious Council. menu was SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1958 PAGE 13
Phone FR 1-5910.
[everything.
being served, a brief programwas
I presented as follows Open-
LOVELY FURNISHED room SALE service Atty. Henry H. Ar-
[ ing remark, : Mrs. Elizabeth Espy Bethel's Men's Dayto and
for refined tingle woman with rington will speak at the even-
[ beds doors
Chairs, metal Johnson, suite (parliamentarian;
widow Phone NE 4-5954 even- SpotlightSunday Ing service.
[ I The occasion and Thanks, MM. Capture
ings or Sunday. screens, screen doors, : PTA Guest soloists will be Arthur
Gencsta Sweating, County Sept. 21 is Men's Dayat
I King, Frank Clifton, C. C. Mil
president; Remarks, Mat. Mar Bethel AME Church.
fixtures Greater
APTS. New plumbing pipes, John
[ONE BEDROOM Newfbold chairman ofCouncil's to ler and Calloway
garet destined capturethe
unfurnished week The day Is Another feature of the will
(building, $15 etc. Workshop community spotlight In church day
524 NW 22nd St. FR 9-3576. I be a 50-voice all men chorus
CHEAP At this joint comments were circles.Judge Ray Pearson will be the which will furnish mudc for
NICE FURNISHED APT. Couple made ,by the principals expressing principal ipeaker at the morning both services.
only 1870 NW 59th TerraceNE Inquire their appreciation for such a I
50010. fine gesture. Charles Williams of .
I 2186 N.W. 7th Ave., Booker T. Washington was join-
EFFDCTENCY apartment, nicely ed by Mrr. Ida Ratcliffe of B. Solomon Funeral HOlleEatablllhtd
furnished As low as $16 weekly Northwestern in suggesting thata
Fan Jdwellls Guect House, TERRIFIC CBS safety and health expert be Invited 1128)
[520 NW 7th St. Phone 4-2213. to speak at the coming PTA (
NEAR 12th AVE. & 56th ST.
I Workshop to be held on Sept. 20. Personal Courteous Service
I FURNISHED Modern room, $1995 Down Ajmong the principals prrescnt Dignified, ,
cooking/ facilities available, 1986 Lovely 3.bedroom, 1 bath in two groups} 'were: (top photo)
NW 57th St.FURNISIED. equipped with stove and refrigerator from left clockwise: Mrs. Grace Funerals Within Range of Each Budget
plus screen porch and Albert, W. C. Cogdell, Mrs. Ja-
APT. for rent In carporte. All large rooms, easy
Liberty City. PL 7-7963. 'erms, $13,000 total.

For Sale by Owner CBS DUPLEX lucffie's Tailor/ Shop 315 N.W. 16th Street Ph. FR 3-1440

2-BEDROOM furnished home, $2,495 DownTwo
1 plu: income 3-room furnished bedrooms each side. Stove t I BIGGER AND BETTER M s s s MW B M HflHHflIH
cottage. Corner lot. Must see to and refrigerator Hardwood floor, ..
be appreciated. 1395 NW 58th $16,500 Total
Terr. Phone PL 1-0877.
BRAND NEW!
FOR SALE DEAUIFUL CBS
1,895 Cash
19C3 NW 153rd St Lot 4, block
Exceptionally clean Inside an l ;
. 7. One block from high school, out;; 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, carport IN BEAUTIFULRichmondBeights
Opa Locfta. Call PL 8-4114. furnished. EZ payment.

TWO LOTS I on Pembroke Road,, $12,000 Total
Just 'tees from the school in Liberia -
Anvone that is interestedcall Gold Coast Realty
JEfferson 1-6644, Miami
4301 N.W. 2nd Av..
Beach.
PL 1-2426
I
E flat Susafonc Basse horn. In
good shape. Sec A. Kelly. 1475 BEDROOM HOMES

NW 67th st.lHousehold I 3

furniture for sale. FOR RENT IMMEDIATE DELIVERYNo
1744 NW 56th St.

2-BEDROOM house. Low monthly Qualifying Necessary
Bedroom
payments. Call Mr. Lee,, 2 & 3 Apts I f '
.
FR 4-0522. $6.50 & $7.00 week ,gOO
just
Because our manager
Must Sell at Once returned from New York $ J2

2-DEDROOM CBS Home, partly Arch Creek where he was able to buy -' .. 'ONLY 10% DOWN
furnished. Good location. Terms., of clothat
hundreds of yards
Must be seen to be appreciated. Colored Subdivision which
enables
j Owner, 1865 NW 57th St. bargain prices choir DISTANCE TO SCHOOLS AND SHOP
WALKING
us to make your
121st St. & NE 12 Av
FOR SALE robes at a greater saving PING. CITY :WATER PAVED STREETS LARGE
be-
than ever
this season
[Your lot as a down payment FOR COUPLES ONLYA fore. Call or write for information 80x100 iLOT'. TERRAZZO FLOORS ALUMINUM

[ on a large corner lot, 'or ask for our JALOUSIED WINDOWS AND SCREENS INDOOR

3 bedroom and carporte, neighborhood w her e representative to call on
there is plenty of work in you or your choir, or better UTILITY BOOM TILE PORCH, ETC.
hardwood floor, 2395 NW walking distance. still, come in our shop and

68th St. Lots for sale. Cash Just west of the FEC R.R. see for yourself. For Information Phone:

|for your lots. Baron, JE Luckie's Tailor Shop

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----.... ... .. ""' ------- .....---. .. ...,.. .ACADEMY OF mat in Pittsburgh with Dr. Jolli-
I !!IOOC vette representing the Academy.The .
I MEDICINE HOLDS I

HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS 1ST MEETINGThe Medicine Dade expects County a banner Academy year of

........... _..,.."........ ...........................-...-..;............... ..... under itr new officers. Dr. J. 0.
: Dade County Academy of Brown Is president, Dr. G. K.
PHYLLIS WHEATLEYMrs. THE MIAMI TIMES."1"he Peoples' Newspaper1AY I Medicine, one of the oldest local Sands, vice president, Miss M. L.

''SEPTEMBER '13 1958 organizations, held the ini- Thomas, secretary; Dr. E. J.
Elizabeth Johnson, principal PAGE 14 SATURIJ. meeting of the year on Thurs- Draynon Jr., financial and corresponding -
Eleanore Moore, reporterThe day, Sept. 4. secretary and Dr. E.

1958-59 started off Dr. S. M. Fdazier served as A. Ward, treasurer.Citizenship .
: term of Miami Classes eta aw, for pcdestrlal traffic; host for this meeting Dr. Frazier -
with every indication of a term nd, for the benefit' of the students a pioneer Miami physician
replete with constructive activity Forming who must cross the busy helped to arginze the Academyof Day
and desired success. stl'<<'t. It is operated morning Medicine and today is one of September 17
,After a summer of travel, Registration tor the U of Miami and afternoon by the school pa- Its most active members.
work all members of be At B. T
study and classes will told
The Medicine
I the faculty have returned withP Washington at 7:30: Tuesday trol.The Acaemy of as Morton B. Jackson of the U.S.
usual well at the
was represented
and addition of four new mem- evening, Sept. 16. The following patrols are drilling daily Immigration Service at RichmondVa.
!: hers: Miss Yvonne Deveaux, classes have been organized: !cd by Lt. Cot Willie Mae Steve many state and A national numberof 'professional ., will ,be guest speaker at

7 Mrs. Carrie Hill, Mrs. Gwendo- English 101, geography, math, enson. They are preparing for the meetings. lane National Citizenship Day cere-
members attend
( Gary Brown. 101 and 102 and child psycholo- their annual trip to Washington.The these Academy's In- monies to be held Sept. 17 in
lYPhyllisnWheat female members! are nowbeing yearly meetings
enjoyed Its However any other courses Bayfront Park bandshell.
gy. odder ,that be
they kept
uniforms. may up
t two days of school with a total having eight,or more persons maybe fitted for new
to date
hear dur- with the many new Co-chairman Harry S. Swan
The voices now
all of which were also. For further you
of 1017 pupils, organized
s'u PA trends and drugs used in the Walter Wolach of the
ing devotion over the new and com-
quite ready and full of energy. information call NE 3-2308.
M' system are Hortense Robinson practice of meiclne, dentistryand mittee on arrangement said

W. Mrs. Elizabeth E. Johnson, our NORTH DADE HIGH (who conducts devotion) and pharmacy. These vonven- Judge John W. Holland formerly -
K principal, has received the honor Barbara Williams, the dateline tion also give !the local prac- judge of the U. S. district
: of being asked to serve as a Another grade, which makes announcer. They are assisted by titioners an opportunity to talk court here, would introduce
: correspondent for the Nationalate 11 and 11 young and zealous instructors James Davis and Walter Mill,' with many of the world famous Jackson. Judge Holland suggested,
1, Associated: Negro News. Congratulations are now an Integral I technical directors. specialist in the various phases the original, observances' which

... + to Mrs. Johnson on part of North Dadels' program. The annex is completed.It I of medicine, dentistry and ohar- were known as "I Am An American -
S-RU j another of her community ser Those persons> new to our staffare : has new all the modern conveniences macy. Day." The affair is held
Wallis to honor those who have become
vices. : iHartman Gibson, for science pupils to advance Dr. N. Colston reported on the
MOJ We wish to extend a very Hamm, Marguerite Miller, Edwin for American citizens throughout the
their study. Equipment; highlights of the Florida Medi-
Eve It, warm welcome to our former Demeritt, Betty Sutton, Lorraine these facilities will be installed cal, Dental and Pharmaceutical year by naturalization proceed

and parents and to greet those who Farrington, William Mears, Harold . by Oct. 15.' Everyone is very excited Association which met in Orlando. ings.Other
: are new to us this term. Guinyard, Leroy Daniels, over the lockers which have, speakers will be U. S.
r.. We offer you the challenge of Vernon Wilder and James Randolph been installed next to each. 'I District Judge Joseph P. Lieb i
sending to us a child who Is ; classroom in this wing; and, the Dr. S. M. Frazier gave a report and Mayor Robert King High.l
: clean, healthy, well fed and weD ers that met in the auditoriumNew beautiful display windows in the on the National Medical Henry Hallam, commander
J rested and we will use every effort also were the 7th grad- sewing and art rooms. Association which met in Mil llarvey W. Seeds American Legion -
within our power to develop and listened as James Floyd, I waukee. Post, which is sponsoringthe
for you a child who Is mentally president elect of the Student Dr. G. W. Hawkins gave a retort event, will be master of cere-
Sunk alert, morally and physically Council, warmly welcomed them I on the National Dental Association monies.
BTU Mon strong. into the school community. 'King 'Creole' at which held it. meeting. The American Legion Drum
I Courses added to our curriculum In Pittsburgh. The National and Bugle Corps will also parti-
Ever: (During the first two days of I
!
M"J school the pupils had the privilege this year are: Spanish, Capitol TheatreThe Pharmaceutical Association also cipate. ,
of becoming acquainted with speech, reading, special education -
T the general school (plant, business and art. These courses are last picture made by pop-,
and churches of the com taught by the new teachers.As ular Elvis Presley before his induction -
ReMv munity, operation of the school this: school year begins, we into the Army, Hal Wal- RAPHU S. WILLIAMS
traffic light. Health and safety are urging our parents to sup- lis' drama-with-music, "King
Sund procedures and the rules of eti port the PTA. The first meetingwill Creole," begins Its enagament PRIVATE FOR HIRE
Morn quette. be held Sept. 22 in the aud- Sunday at the Capitol Theatre.

Youn We need torlum.
cooperation.
l/'t/' Won't resolve your to Charles D. Wyche, principal! The Paramount production, set
participate
B wholeheartedly you with the school Barbara Rollins, reporter in New Orleans' colorful French Ambulance ServiceFRanklin
Quarter, i is based on the best-
;: on whose future.Sunda care. you place yourchild's B.T.W. HIGH SCHOOL seller, "A Stone for Danny Fisher. -
RA ." Co-starred are Carolyn 3-5900
Tuesday, Sept. 9 marked the Jones, Walter Maltthau, Dolores
Morn! Northwestern PTA official opening date for Achievetest. Hart, Dean Jagger and Vic Mor-
BTU : This week 10th graders took row. HAVE CASH BEFORE YOU CALL
To Elect
Evenii Officers tests: and were supervised by all
Prayej "Now is The Time for all Good 10th grade homeroom teachers 'it
l'' Parents to Come to the Aid of along with Miss N. Espy, testing J. B. SMITH
MAR Their PTA". This statement may chairman.
'1 be a bit different from the one Applications for the Pep Teamand ELECTRICSERVICE

_t; that is used In the typing classes Majorettes:__ were given__.to
Re but certainly it should-be repeated Mrs. Lucille Chavis and Miss
Wl; over and over in the same Ezell Jenkins, sponsors of re-
We \) manner. It is a fact that the PTA rpective groups. Members will Electrical Contractor AT LAST
I at Northwestern is seeking the be selected Monday, Sept. 15.
tune teat aid of all of its many parents on Mrs. Mayme Williams who was HOUSEWIRING"Don't

of Monday, Sept. 19 at 8 p.m. The involved in an automobile accident Call us"
Holy meeting will be held In the library. is expected to return to her cuss -

istered Sund post ance Monday counselor., Sept. 15 as guid- PHONE NE 5-3058 Available To Everyone

at 9:30, Great importance has been attached Mrs. Hazel Lucas Grant is full Night or Day
to this meeting because time director of student activi .
scrlptui\ of the fact that officers for the ties. Previously Mrs. Grant was

the present school year! will be acting in this capacity. All
12t t \ organization LOTS FOR SALEOR
elected. In .
Acts. ( addition to the election advisors and their!
a report will be given tolivered'
text fr: groups will work directly with
the body from the State PTA Mrs. Grant.
-
for thoScrip Workshop that was held at Be- A 60 by 40 directory was pre-
thune-Cookman College. Plans sented to the school by the classof
service,'; will be made, also, for the com '58 and has been Installed in HOME OF YOUR CHOICEIN
Ing workshop to be held here at 1
othy ai the front hall of the new wing.
was de: Northwestern. The new system of TV Driver -
I The PTA can (boast of a fruitful Education is being taught by Mr.
All n Fletcher Paschal daily in the
'1957-58 term. The school received -
locationo'clock several water fountains auditorium.
J I BeautifulRichmond
; and its lovely organ. It will ad 'Enrollment for the school term
ner slot as one of its goals this year ,the rose to an all-time high of 2,060
church.1 j payment of the balance due on This crowded' condition Is: due to
Sund the organ and the purchasing ot transfers in and out of state.
the ush more water fountains. A safety light has been installed Drive CarefullyJAMES' Heights
its 3 o'cloc first)': Show your children that you near the corner of 12th st. and

care enough to give them just

help ganizatif yotVisltoJ.t one night per month by working Finest Communfly Living Especially For Children
with the organization that 1 is
working for your child. The PTA
our chugworship LOTS $1775 to $2950

| Reasonable Terms

ST. Mlj r 5 & lOc STORE
HOMES $8350 to
401 INI 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481 $35,000

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order by Girl*' gym suits ........ $2.50 Socks, pr ...?................... 29*
Me Neaj: Room Boy' gym shorts, pr .... 1.00 Gym socks, pr. ........... 49*
"Work FAt Dining Tee shirts, ea. ............ 39* Jock straps, ea. ............ 89* 14520 Lincoln Boulevard
NOW OPEN
lls SUPPLIESPaper Open Seven ''Week
{ was led Days a ,
r Woodley Fine Foods at Popular Paper sheets: .................... 25* up
tage. Th<< Pricesby Bo too 25c 49c Pencils, 2 for ................ 5* o
Sister Rulers. ea. ...........,............. 5* Fountain or ball
singing, tt Specializing in Zipper binder ............ 1.00 points ........................... 25* Weekdays 9:00 a.m. to 8:00p.m.
Businessmen's Lunch Book bags, ea. ................ 1.00 Crayons, box .................... B*
Grable.Night J Saturday and Sunday 10:00 !'a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
1 AIR CONDITIONEDadmJnisteO FOR YOU

COCKTAIL LOUNGE Panties, '3 for ........... 1.00 Ribbons, yd. .................... E* 0 '
Stop! 1 Children parities, B for 1.00 Boy' pants pr. ............ 1.00
our wood We cater to private pantietor Ores materials' yd. .... 35* Dress patterns, ea. ........ Phone CEdar 5.6262
the ,and banquets Plastic drapes, pr. ....... 87* Kitchen curtains, pr. ....
s4
their 7th] on our "Starlight Roof MONEY ORDERS SOLD EVERY DAY 35.1 Ask fort Airs. Thelma Aranha, Mrs. Peterson or

ing' Sundi Monday thru Friday 8 ..m. to 7:15 p.m. Saturday til 9 p.m.Cloud Mr. Ledford

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. Good Morning Judge SATURDAY, 'SEPTEMBER 13, 1958 PAGE \15


News From Miami's Municipal Precinct Court

JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON, Presiding W Protest Air ForceS

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By Elliott J. Pieze, Times Staff Writer

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Following the three-day Labor King were fined $15 or six days Jim Crow SchoolNew
Day Weekend, a total of 13(6 J and Arthur McKenzie was fined I

cases was listed for trial InMunciipal : a total of $40 or 16 days on his
court Tuerday morn two charges.Louis York- The Little Rock "the desire to meet local stand

i ing.The Walker, charged with ; Air Force Base's decision to allow ards in working out the mili
court was Jammed with, di:orderly conduct by creating a i segregation in a new off- tary's relations with the community
spectators from the time court disturbance and by threatening \ base t federally-financed elemen- Is understandable, but
was called to order. Bettie Scippio, fined a total of iiii tary school for airmen's children this is no excuse for disregardof
$65 or 26 days on the two i was' : criticized today by the a key constitutional principle
Almost unbelieveable were the charges. American Civil Liberties Unionas which needs fresh apllcation so
cases of Fred Dennis, 32 of 1127 Florence Capers, charged creating confusion and providing that it will be incorporated into
with
NW Pint place and Terry Rid. assault with a IB. "encouragement to those our law, and social custom fully"
gun on
Lope
ley 25, of 25 NW 6th st. Dennis and with carrying concealed advocating segregated schools..
charged In a series of
was
complaints weapon (a knife), fined $125 or JACKSON'S TODDLE INN
with assault and
batteryon 50 days on the two The Union's executive director,
Jame Hill, 564 NW 14th St., Wilbert Carter, charged charges. with Patrick Murphy Malin, releaseda Register Now
Jimmy R. Berry, another youthof reckle s letter sent to Secretary of Defense -
1432% NW 5th driving and with driving 3038 N.W. 48th Terr.
place and Louis Neil H. McElroy
urging
without a license, fined $50 or 2 Jio1,., .... ",--
Washington of 546 NW 14th st. that he the Air
days on the two charges. reverse Force decision NE 4-4308
Dennis was also charged with Harry Williford, charged with I Marjorie Holloman Parker, The Union stated that

falsely Impersonating a Miami carrying: a concealed weapona asociate professor of education ,
police officer. ( razor) and with petty larceny District of Columbia Teachers

Ridley was also charged with ($6.00 in cash, property of College, Washington was elected FOR BETTER PICTURES . See
Joe Smith) fined national president of the Alpha
the same series of $75 or 30 days.
complaints
Levi Kappa Alpha sorority at its. recent
Castelle and
with assault and Evelyn
battery on Johnson of MiamiDinners
\
Jones 'nine-day 50th anniversaryboule
both
Hill, Berry .and Washington. Rid- charged with disor-
held at the swank SheratonPartc -
derly conduct
by
creating disturbance
aIm a -
ley was charged with false-
hotel in the nation'scapital.
Castelle fined Parties .
ly impersonating an officer. was Weddings Passports
To term of office -
serve a
$15 or six days and Jones $25 or
The incident occurred about 10 days. through August, 1961, she Home Movies

4 a.m. Saturday while the group Leroy Hardy, charged with succeeds Mrs. Arnetta G. Wallace -
was In a car enroute from Lib dhorderly conduct by using (pro i Chicago, who has headed Baby Pictures A Specialty
fanity. Miss Undine the AKA's since 1954. The new
erty City to the downtown sec Causey, 1616
tion, according to Officer W. Carey NW 5th place, complainant. Hardy president Is an author of note 409 N.W. 17th Street
who was one of the arrest was fined $75 or 30 days. and holds the M. A. and Ph.D.
Annie Edmonds and John E. degrees from the University ofChicago .
ing officers. Carey told the court L I. III..I T.-S.-I-
Johns, both charged in where -'he specialized!
that he and his partner, Officer cross .
complaints. Edmonds in the history and philosophy of
Amor Brooks, received a call was charged
from two White police officers : with assault with a butcher education.-ANP. OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
on the case.' Upon. investigation,I knife on Johns and Johns: with
Carey said they learned that assault with a broom handle on
Dennis and Ridley had Jidced up Edmonds. Each was fined $50 or Let's be ModernBy SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
20
days.
the three young men in their car PSYCHIC READER
in Liberty City, and had brought, Bernice Galtor, Lorraine Aus- William Henry Huff for ANP
them to town but after the group tin and Ella Mae Peoples, all
arrived, Dennis and Ridley triedto charged with disorderly conduct We want no antebellum ways
strong arm the boys. Dennis by fighting. Each one was fined We want no horse *nd buggy
and Ridley are both alleged to $25 or 10 days. day

have struck each of the boys Just Jet them be forever gone,
several times. KEEP HA9R FROM We want no kissed ways of life
Because those ways are fraught
The three men testified that GOiNG w is A t}{ with strife
Dennis and Ridley wanted to NO MORI HAIR OUIHO.ACK PROBLCM1I. RMN... And none of them shall we con.
collect 15 cent fare from each of EU..IIIUIOH..HOTIUHO WATER REPIU-ENT PIMULAN"AmCTI MtMINO MPNULRrUI.OIL HAIR done
them and later declared them- BO...TOUR HAIROLITTEU AHa IHIN"rOil Mt..aLLMAU'L We want no Uncle Torn to lead
.. LO NATURALLY lOfT AND NOT i.REAtT.UMULAM
selves to be and posed as Miami WATER REPELLENT PREUING OIL CON. Us back to slavery's blood and
TAINI RARE: tlUCONC: ..A.K YOU LLAUTIIAN" OR
police officers, and tried to frisk JIll UOOlaT I. 1'Trrr1."Tn'1tr1"t1p tear
Ihem apparently in order to relieve .1. 1" We want to be unleaeed from

them of their belongings.In ."UIICn.J' 1JPIli greed
their defense Dennir. and That's held u. captives down the w

Ridley denied that they tried to MAM U 0...'..'...MC,IMI S.,!.,_ VM-N..AM !..... years.
do any harm to the boys. Both
declared that they were only try-
ing to be friends to the young REACTIVATION HEALTH CENTER Let my years of Experience guide and protect you through Life

men. But they couldn't explain' a. a Lighthouse guides the ship In a ctorm
their impersonating a police officer Hours: 10:00: a.m. to 10:00 p.m.-By Appointment .
to the Judge's satisfaction. WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME
SERVICES:-Swedish Massages, Whirlpool Baths, TherapeuticBaths For Success in Business And Love
Following a stern warning to Colonic I Irrigations, Electronic Spot Reducing, Electronic
both, Jude Johnson found both CONSULT HER -
Facials, Facial Massages and Packs, Light Therapy, Toning
guilty of all of the charges 9 You have home made
against, them and fined each a Therapy, Rubdowns, Rehabilitation Therapy, Mechanical Gym can now your happy
Get and Hold the position long wanted
total of $175 or 70( days in jail.It you so
was one of the stiffest sen- Sue Harris, R.N., P.T., Director Willie C. Coffee, Masseurer O Don't Stay in the rut get out now

tences of the day's: session. Phone FR 3-3381 276 N.W. 6th Street By the help of God she can help you

Among other caes heard and SUITE NO. 118 IN THE SIR JOHN HOTEL Remove evil influence, If you are sick, worried or In
disposed of were the following: troubleIt
Hubert McNeal, charged with

assault with a knife on Bessie will pay you to call and sss this Gifted Medium First
Raines fined $50 or 20 days.
Robert Lee Dixon, charged AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE Where thousands corns yearly for help and advice, you too can

with double parking and ,giving be touched by this strange mysterious power
($10,000 $20,000 $5,000) To conform with
false information to a police officer -
WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe
,.tined $25 or 10 days on the Florida LawIf
same God who delivered Moses and the children of Israel
two combined.
charges you have a driver's license, we can Insure you
with of old Is still alive today and will open a way for you throughthe
Edsel Walker, charged AS LOW AS $71.80 PER YEAR
disorderly conduct by sleeping on troubled seas of, life. Let not him that Is blind lead you or
two PAY A3 YOU RIDE, with little down and 8 months to pay
private property, fined $5 or you stumble with him.

days.Rudolph Colebrook, charged SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCYOpen Do you doubt the existence of things because you cannot see

with disorderly conduct and with them
being. drunk, fined $15: or fix Dally and Saturdays to 5 p.m. What do you think of the Invisible waves and sounds thai make

days. 645 N.W. 36th Street PL 95284DONTWAIT Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television possibleT

Alma McKenzie, Arthur Mc-all A eeed before It sprouts, lies concealed, secret, silent In the dark
Kenzie and Sidney King,
charged with disorderly conductby > .. ....-- earth or womb of Nature. THERE .IS AN "UNSEEN POWER"

creating a disturbance. JohnI I Therefore, acquaint yourself -.rt..., v
Croley was complainant with the one who is an '"J'/-
Arthur McKenzie was charged authority. Whose private t'
with a second complaint of dis- s
orderly conduct by creating a consultation will evolve you ; '

disturbance. Mrs. McKenzie and for theSOIOOL to a higher state of mind. tifir:

BELL All Information is

For Prompt, Efficient
IMna In .i cYdN ..choesiis Strictly Confidential
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Phone PLaza 4-4909 ....................."arlasL'- Office Hours: 9 sinS p.m. "
Sunday: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

RUDY'S TV JOHNSON AND SONS Don't Write-Call in Person ;

aDdRADIO SHOE SHOP
DAILY READING 11.00 UP

REPAIR FINE SHOE REPAIRINGWe
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Guaranteed Service
Save Your Souls.-While You Walt
Pick up and Deliver MADAM HUNTER
Shoes Shined and Dyed
9 sum. to 10:30 p.m. 1657 N.W. 73rd St Miami
6801 N.W. 15th Are. 6570 N.W. 15th AVENUE PH. PL 9-9190

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\ ," THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE Mrs. Catherine Peterson returned Teenage DanceDowntown (Mrs. Sue Weemr and Mrs.
,', Tuesday from: a motor tripto Ellen Woodside and grandson,
'Ii 16 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1958 Morris Drown College in At. Paul, daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
1 1I ___. lasts where she acc-ompantpd her Peter Johnson, 1&51 NW 5th PI.
I have returned to New
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daughter rl1mi\ enters York City
._< <.. .u, .,_ .. that institution as a trehmn Saturday, Sept 13, will see after spending a short vacation
The P< In daughter, 3SJouls W> enroll} in the you had the opportunity
Atlanta CoN***. White in Atlanta toaattend ono of these fine Want simple, effective relief from ..'.
they were uite
t Etowite home the party out and enjoy your 'favorite matlc spasms Get genuine
atw >ped sett' in Albany for a tow dance Dd you cha-cha, calypso, Breatheaey men what you've I
hours w1Nt the Rev. Bon Gay fox trot, two step, 'ballroom been misting I Ther,'. no eubstl
''brother or Rev, Gay Rev. Den bacon fat, etc.? This is a good tute for original Breatheaty In. +
""Gay, w pastor t of Bethel AME time to learn halant and nebulizing ..to Get
comfort by breathing! Guaran
(.1'mrclt< Albany, '
The Northwest Miami Junior! teed.
l Chamber cf Commerce In coop- J & J DRUG DEPT. STORE
at4on with the City of Miami 1410 N.Wj 62nd St., Miami Fla.
Birth Recreation Department are the )
spon oring bodies of these week-
SK Mr,, and Mrs. Jonathan Gaitor ly entertainment high n;ots, We
i. (Olivia) ire cuddling a 7 Ib. 14 would like to know whether you Ier
ox. baby boy, Anthony Lawrence, have been enjoying your Satur-
born SpU '7 at the Christian day nights with us. If you\ pack
Hospital Mr. Gaitor proudly the house, we will know. e e
S ii iii pas ed out the cigars among Your favorite band will be on
friends during the week. Mrs. hand to play your kind of music. 1w
i Dennis Jones, mother of Mrs. The Jaycees will ibe on hand to & : .
. Gaitor is here from Dade City. supervl.e. ,
end S1anq htOTg'... I
CorUo .
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out the vote drtve was launchedthis place of business, this must be
week !by the United Beauty the nucleus for information and Nrt W
School Owners and Teachers education on registration and r ruin i .

Association. voting; Mrs. Joyner declared. 1 klh f
Mrs. Marjorie Stewart Joyner, "All of our members will devote LIu L1l'e
National Supervisor of the organization same of their time and financial H
reported that all of assistance to the NAACP because ..
t the !branches: are registered and we' believe that the continuing 'H :'I
the membership is actively working fight for full equality must come m&f: -* ; ,
;, to spur community Interest through united support of the ': ;
;J In voting registration. At the annual NAACP. Negro new capers can 1riijrlh
,::1) convention/ last May, the be the most effective instrument E J co r
1,;) Association adopted the slogan, for convincing the public that we ,:i.. _
"Your Ballot, Ticket to Freedom"It are in dead earnest about win- I iH A A'A yr .N,J YAi rllaK
totals 4,000 members In 42 ning our rights. We strongly urge n
states. all Negro women. through their H _.,
Working through its various clubs and organizations to see to C r1h
units, the Association is cooperating it that our people are rigsteredto U
inCi t with other organizations, vote. We pledge our cooperation WHY PAY RENT ?
such as the NAACP, the National with all groups: who are i. fU3n
Council of Negro Women, 'working) towards this common =
is churches and organized labor to goal." i ii

at silbility"encourage at "citizenship all levels. respon- ii t New 3-bedroom North Miami Beach New 4bedroomr=

i NO CLOSING COSTS CBS .HOMES ,f
This weeks, Mrs. Joyner appealed Personal Mention i. inj=

thAi se throughout to the Negro country newspapers to step up !Mrs. Lois Ferguson and two Only $495 Down t;#

a campaign, of publicity highte children, Patricia and Gary of
: lighting the urgent necessity for Nassau, are vacationing in the For these beautiful brand new CBS homes in Miami's !moat beautiful ni
ltv Increased voter registration. In. city They are the houseguests of residential area. Close to the South' largest !Shopping center, city gj1=.
fojt a statement for release, Mrs. Mrs. Ferguson's cousins, Mrs. water. See the finished models at 1476, 1481 1555 NE.E. 154th Terr.f, '
t Joyner said: leveta Brown and Miss Marion Open for inspection this Saturday and Sunday afternoon. Mr. Martin $1t!
sei "It is vitally important that we Sands of 1922 NW 6th'ct. Mrs.
'otlwa as Negroes must act now to show Ferguson is also a niece of .John on premises. f.,,'
a strong united front in view of Sands, 1451 NW 5th place.
""J the swift development of events $995 DOWN $895 DOWN ft!
James A. Espy, who has beenon
Gcl both ally in nationally the. Integration and i'nternation-' crisis. leave for study towards the Buys this custom built new CBS 3- 2-bedroom home, off N.W. 17th ilti

"Negroes in America must be doctorate at University of Minnesota bedroom home. See 3026 NW 51st Ave. City '''water, bus on corner, ilti
chu ner proud. of their identity with the will resume his duties as Terr. in Brown Sub. Venetian closed garage, nicely landscaped.
ifSthe colored peqple of the world. It dean of the Edward Waters Jr. blinds are included. Priced low. Hurry! t8a#
is our rightful heritage to help College In Jacksonville. Mr. Es- Own home. ,
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fight for the preserva-
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High here in Miami.
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way we can contribute Is by asserting CBS $1,495 DOWN TILE ROOFIf new
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use of the -ballot USE OUR CLA$8IFIE0COLUMNS Locka. Now under construction. A,1
VJ bedroom CBS home this is it!!rJ ,
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