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Publication Date: September 20, 1958
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36TH YEAR, NO. 4 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 20, 1958 PRICE TEN CENTS 10 PAGES ,




f 14 MIAMI STUDENTS DENIED : ;,





t TRANSFER TO WHITE SCHOOL .


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/ .. Showdown Set school board have been set for 249( White children In the 13- fv5'assroom '
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on school. Parent com-
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Sept 2T: and Oct
Pupil AssignmentLaw !tffAACP Attorney G. E Graves baattend! that schools their on children double seta '
!Js represen'in three of the children -
sion while Orchard Villa rightIn
but other! i rents said integration their neighborhood is almost
A showdown on Florida's was not their concern.
Pupil Assignment Law, is shaping They said they were chiefly Interested empty. -"
up as a result of the Dad e in getting' their childrenis Liberty City Elementary has
County School Board's denial of a ns-rbv school. 30 classrooms and 1.316 students,
14 appllcal'cns'! of Negro studentsto Orchard Villa now sits squarely Holmes! Elementary has 30 classrooms -
: enter Orchard: Villa Elemen- in an area that has become 80 and, '1,543 students, and I.
tary, a White! school at NW 14th percent iro AithJn! the p a s t Floral Park has 20 classroom ,
has and 85>5 students. All are on 1\\
ave. and 53th St year The neighborhood "
., Two ,public hearings before the10YearOld changed SD Unt: there are only double session. ,: ::;
1fi Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Range of :''
kk 5727 NW 17th Ave were one of \ J
the parents who filed for a .
Boy Drowns transfer for their six-year-old "
son, Gary.. She said Gary had to 'I''
walk eight blocks to Liberty City ,',:
in Hotel Pool Elementary School across busy .1
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thoroughfares as 62nd st. and '
17th ave. '
Playing hookey from school Lucv Roberts from next door who
of 1782
Mrs Wilson Thompson
caused the death of a 10-year- summoned the hotel caretakerand '' '
5727 NW 17th Ave. were two of ,
old !boy Monday in the Mlramar. owner. The two men fished Gloria
children
three small -
her
Hotel Pool at 1744 N. Bayshore I the motionless body from the
Jean, first grade; Wilson Jr., sec-
Drive. water with pole.
; a ond grade Patricia Ann ;
Leroy Harris, his brother Artificial respiration/ and a and attend school'near
James 7, and two friends skipped resuscitator were used in a futile third grade to a ';
their home, //J
their classes at Douglas Elemen- effort to revive the boy. '
tary and went exploring. Ignoring The drowned youth is one of Graves' clients'' are Sherry
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a no trespassing sign the eght! children of Mr. and Mrs. Marie Joseph, Jan Errol Glover
boys went to the pool which had Jerome Harris of 227 NW 13th and Irene Amanda Glover The'J J
t been closed by the owners three remaining children are Willette f
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weeks ago. I, St.Harris' other schoolboy companions bevtriy Wuhli\gtcn', Willis .'j
Leroy, a non-swimmer, Jumped : : were Mickey Wright, 12 Washington, Carrie Mae WashIng j
in and immediately sank to of 957 NW 7th St. and Larry Cynthia Ann Ann Love
the bottom. The screams of his I Parker, six who didn't know ,his Ananccs Connellls Benet''"land j ''.. I
younger: brother brought MrslUniversity I home address. Janice Morning"I It Itando. ,ilwc: ,
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Mary Britt was crowned "Miss Silver Satin" Wednesday \ \,

" night, and as an added prize, received a kiss from

"Sugar' Ray Robinson's-, Ray, Jr. Mrs Robinson and

!, her son were on hand congratulate the winner and

;, runner-up, Marjorie Martin.TJ1e .
ttwo girls will go to New York for a modeling ..

: court' at the Ophelia DeVore Charm School. In New -

: Yo4t'khey: will be,, guest at the Hotel There.PIONEER . _

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PHYSICIAN . Saturday morning at 10 o'clockat
Ebenezer Church, ''under the
DR. J. HARVEY direction of the Range Funeral ?L I If J J'I
Home with the Rev. Aaron D. 1

. SMITH DIES Hall officiating : II-- ; _-I---
The body will lie is repose at _
Range Funeral Home Crom 12 _

, I noon Friday until 630: Satur-
\ day morning The body will then A
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; go to the church until funeral'

time,
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Dr. Smith was for a long time

very active In civic and community _______ d
li/e ,4He was the founder .c ; : : r
and fort i J long time, president of : ;
the once formidable Miami Negro + y ; bn I II
Chamber of Commerce.

In his younger days, Dr. Smith
:< was in the teaching ,profession, I .
'1---: and at one time served as prln- ,!I
cV"al of a high school in Gaines II IIi
ville. He came to Miami more i
I than 30 years ago and made his -I I
i home here. For a number of I .

\ [, years ful drug he store also operated in Miami.a success c: a v a / xp I i iT


JUNIOR, COLLEGE r
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OPENS, IN W.P.B. Ia

Dr. J. Harvey Smith, pioneer ,
of the
physician, died suddenly on Despite stern objections : I.
Tuesday night. Dr. Smith, who local Negro citizenry, Roosevelt
lived at 2135 NW 8th ave., complained Junior College opened in West After a nine-year fight by Virgil versity of Alabama when i
,
of feeling sick and was Palm Beach'Sept. 8. B. G. SaylesIs Hawkins, the University of Autherine Lucy attempted to On Monday numerous plain l, ". '
rushed to Jackson Memorial president and P. W. Butler, Florida at Gainesville was Integrated enroll there. clothes and campus police I
Hospital, but was pronounced registrar. on Monday when George Starke enrolled in the graduate mingled with the students but t
dead on arrival.Dr. of Henry Starke Jr., 27yearoldAir law school and will prepare soon realized they were not ''I
When the State Department
Smith had been an active) the school, Force veteran from Orlando, himself for a career at the bar, needed. A great Education
physician in the Miami area for local Negro!proposed citizens protested became the first Negro to enrollat specializing in corporate law. Heit goes to student body president, :, ; It
I College business Tom Dlggs who even visited
Morehouse
the state
more than 30 years. He wall establishment of a segregated previously segregated a
a long time member of Ebenezer, school In light of recent U 8. school. administration graduate He finished Starke at his born before Monday ,
Methodist Church. 'I Supreme Court decisions. The student body of Florida high school at Palmer Memorial to fill him in on the carefully
Dr. Smith Is survived by his did itself proud in ,the quiet Institute in SedaUa, N.C. laid plans for his historic I
wife, Cleomie and a brother,I The college operates in Roose- matter-of-fact way la which Starke's father is a physicianIn
George of Booker, Fla. velt Jflgh School from 4 to 10 they accepted Starke, in comparison Sanford and hU mother is ent ince. ': I
Funeral services will be held'I p.rn. ....,. w, to tf* riots at the >JJnJ 'I librarian at Jones High in Or- Photo courtesy of Miami "

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THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples Newspaper" REGISTRATIONFOR
I'NAACP Hails Court
PAGE 2 ''SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 20. 1958 FAMUCLASSES



I I I L I I I I I I I I I I 1.- I I I I. I I I I SEPT. 27 ( Ruling in Little Rock


Florida A and M University
Along Freedom's Road Undergraduate Extension classes

will again be offered at the Miami New York City Roy Wilkins -
Extension Center Booker T. executive secretary of the AnnouncementThe
-- Rv HUTH PERRY Washington High School, 1200 I National Association for the Ad-
I ILl IlL I II I III III' NW 6th ave.Courses vancement of Colored People, James E. Scott Community -

Less than half the registered Of course the aforementioned for today issued the following state- now located in its new homeat
will be offered
ment on the Supreme Court'sruling 1133 NW 66th st. wishes to
voters in Dade County voted in counties are right up in the teacher certification for certifi-
the election on Sept. 9. The results Northern part of Florida, near cate extension and certificate renewal In the Little' Rock school announce that its facilities will
showed this, because in most the Georgia: border. Maybe this as well as for regular col- integration case: be available to church, civic and
cjses: the candidates with the has something to do with it. Gov. social groups and organizations
lege credit Classes are set on
highest number of votes are thoseI Collins might ,get a surprise, if the basis of 0 or more enrollees up Naturally, the Supreme Court for afternoon meetings or quiet
class as reactionaries and ultra he visited these counties; but : for each course. unanimous decision greatly social functions after Nov. 1.
conservatives. I surely do not surely the Governor of Florida pleases us, and all believers in
This Is Center, make good
believe that all Negroes voted knows what's going on in his,own All persons interested are to constitutional government, sinceit your
who are registered to do so; for state. I think he has turned his report at Booker T. Washington makes clear that the bas i c use of it. For 8-4731.further informa-
tion call PL
'
that matter, neither did many face away from the northern Auditorium at 9 o'clock Saturday fights of individual citizens can-
whites. For a citizen not to exercise part of Florida., Otherwise he morning, Sept. 27. At that time not be abridged or denied because Eugene E. Kemp, president

his right to vote is a bad wcud! be looking straight at intimidation classes will be organized, registration of threats or violent acts
This and and fees will on the part of those who uphold
thing. applies to Whites as cross burnings completed
well as Negroes. But for Ne- other forms of (pressure. Per- be paid to an official representative racial discrimination and segre- For Prompt, Efficient

groes not to vote in the South sonally. I thlmik! he wants to ignore from the ,business office of gation. Service

where the ballot is the opening this situation, because his Fla. A&M University. Fees are: The Little Rock Negro studentsand
wedge into freedom and equality public comments to the contrary> $9.00 per credit hour (a three their parents have sought Phone PLaza 4-4909
is a disgrace and a catastrophe there is no doubt that Negroesin hour course, $27; a two hour their rights in a (peaceful and
these counties have a difficult course, $18.) lawful manner through the RUDY'S TV
WHAT'S THE MATTER? time to register, much less vote,
Courses; to be offered are: courts. They have not once indulged andRADIO
and pressure has been put upon in violence or any acts
!Perhaps there are many reasons them not to do so. The investi- 3G1-300-trheory and Practiceof of retaliation although they have
for the showing Teaching in the Elem. School. REPAIR
poor on gation of this situation by the been continuously abused and
Sept. 9. There is always a cer- federal Civil Rights Commissionmay 304-Methods and Material is ,
harassed. seek
tain amount of apathy and Inertia bring some fruitful results.I of Teaching Reading. gated education They which an is unsegre-the only Guaranteed Service
;; people just won't or don't 311-Children's Literature.
take the time out to vote. But LET THE U.S. SECEDE 317-Methods' of Teaching way they can receive an educa- Pick up and Deliver
tion equal to that made availableto
for Negroes who know the valueof I
Elementary Science.403Elementary 9 to 10:30
others. In pursuit of this objective a.m. p.m.
their vote, and what it can do fThe ruling handed do'vn by School Ad-
for them, and still not exercise the U. S. Supreme Court the ministration and Supervision. they and others similarly 6801 N.W. 15th Ave.
situated will have the full and
their right, there is no excuse. other day was the one hoped for 208-Materials and Methods in
united of the of
support Board
And for Negroes to vote for can- by many people. It was the only Health Education. (
didates who have them- one that the Justices could have Directors of the National Association -
selves reactionary, proven or who cam- handed down in view of their 309-Materials and Methods in for the Advancement of Advertise It Pay!IfI
Education Elem. Colored
Physical ( ) People.
paigned bitter previous decisions and especiallyin
on a and obviously -
prejudiced level, in my opIn- this present situation brought 312-Public School Art.407Public 1--
ion don't deserve first class cit- about by Gov. Faubus. Gov. School Art.
izenship. I thought Uncle Tom Faubus :has made the issue very 311-312-Public School Music, AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE

had died a natural death, but I clear. He has figuratively spat Primary and Intermediate. I
guess he is still with us, unfortunately upon, the federal .government and 307-The Secondary School ($10,000 $20,000 $5,000)) To conform with
the U. S. Supreme Court. The Program. Florida LawIf

court could not have ruled other- 328-The Teaching of Social you have a driver's license, we can Insure you
, (!However, there is still time to
wise. Studies in the High School.
AS LOW AS PER YEARPAY
$71.80
right the wrong. On Spet. 30 the 403-Secondary School Admin-
win-off will be held. At this Faubus himself has pressedthe istration and Supervision.. AS YOU RIDE, with little, down and 8 months to pay
time, probably the most important issue of state's rights versus 409-Secondary School Curriculum
one will be the run-off between the federal government so far SERVICE FIRST ins. AGENCYOpen
John B. Orr Jr., and Da- that a showdown had, to come.It 417 Introduction
vid Eldredge at least it will is a pity that this man has used -\ to Driver
be to those Dade Countians who the dignity and honor of his Education Dally and Saturdays to 6 p.m.
424 Materials
and Methodsfor
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admire and respect John B. Orr office as governor of Arkansasso the Education of the Mentally 645 N.W. 36th Street PL 9-5284
for his integrity and courage. It shamefully that he has reduced -
Children.425Teachi.ng
Handicapped
: .
is not within my province to tell it to a laughing stock
the Slow 1
my readers how to vote. That is throughout the world. A more Learners.For .
an individual right. However It honorable and far-seeing! leader

should be obvious to all that a would have used his office for information contact Mrs.C. .
vote cast for John B. Orr is a the betterment of all the citizens M Pearsall, Miami Center
vote cast for freedom and equal of Arkansas, and not as an Supervisor at NE 5-4760 or atJf'lt
rights. If you don't want freedom inflammatory Civil War rebel 3-4315.
don't vote for John Orr. It's as cry to arouse bigots and race

simple as that. But after the mongers.An AT LAST

election, if you haven't voted, editorial from an Arkansas ELNORA
don't complain if things don't go
paper suggests that instead of
the way you want them Faubus withdrawing from the SUNDRIES

A VOTER'S PARADISE US., it should be the other way Available To
around. And I think most of us Headquarters for your Everyone
According to Governor LeRoy are beginning to ..get pretty tiredof MIAMI TIMES If you live out
Collins! we have no voting problems this petty demagogue who is Brownsville way .
here in Florida; no discrim- so expedient a politician that he WOMEN'S AND MEN'S HOSE
inatory,practices and no intimidation would endanger not only foreign WE SERVE
If Negroes don't vote, it's relations of the United States, but LOTS FOR SALEOR
Foremost Ice
"because they don't want to reg- jeopardize the lives and safetyof Cream

ister, says the Governor. It the citizens of Arkansas. As Phone NE 4-9441
would seem as though\ the millenium the leader of his state, he has -
had arrived' for Negroes sworn to protect and safeguardthe 4338 N.W. 27th Ave.
here in Florida. But I wonder if Inhabitants of Arkansas.
we wouldn't hear differently if Faubus is writing his own epi- J. FINCHER, Mgr. HOME Of YOUR CHOICEIN
we talked with Negroes in Union, taph. No one ,else would care to ind
Gadsen, Liberty or Jefferson do it.
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Counties.
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(! ( 9ra Phone CEdar 5-6262
Phone FR 4-0028-FR 4.3853
NE 5-6171
Ask for: Mrs. Thelma Aranha, Mrs. Peterson or
1121 N.W. 29th Street
Mr. Ledfordf
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'PUPILS WOULD THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newsp r,

RATHER HAVENEGROES SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1958

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NO SCHOOLFront '
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Royal. Va. (CNS) S
Opinion was divided among stu-
dents when they first heard that
Gov A. Almond L'ndsay had
k; closed'! their school, Warren
1Zt County High School rather than
admit 22 Negro youths President
of the senior class, red-headed
M'ke Berryman, came right out
!and said he would rather see
Negroes admitted than have the
v
school close down. ,

Said Mike: "We are going to
have to face it sooner or later.It .
is the law of the land." He
\ \ lw thought most of the 1,044 stu-
t dt > dents agreed with him silently

S 5'J for as many actually cried when
S the school sang its alma mater
song at its last football, game. As I""
: S captain of the football team,
Mike also worried: "We don't
even, know if we are going to be $
H able to play: the rest of our y ? ,
; at schedule.:

k I Scone students were glad school ,k k't
v
a closed because they opposed mixed ,,
;
but mothers were upset over
the closing. Sine! Negroes com-
prise only 10 percent of the
PRES. JOHN W. REMBER-T GOV. COLLINS county's school population. they
couldn't see where admitting
GOV. DEDICATES tendent of "public, instruction, Negro jhlldrcu: would cause
"The new building is already too trouble
GIBBS JUNIOR small . we will need another I II
million dollars to expand it." So far there are no plans for 1 <;i "jj >It m.J.ta"; $ 'M
COLLEGE"Florida The Junior college opened for interim education for this his-
the 1957-58 school yqar in a toric move made by the Governor. CARNATION FOR ELDER STATESMAN Dr. MorganE.
group of buildings at Gibbs' High There is too, no organized
Is proud of you . with an anticipated, enrollmentof recreational activities to keep Norm, right, Kilmarnock, Virginia, 1916 graduate of
you have a place in this state." about 100. Enrollment doubled the students busy. Many thought the Howard University Medical School, get Carnation
Gov. LeRoy Collins told Gibbs expectations. This year's enrollment they would take temporary Jobs
Claiborne St. Louis Mo. Carna-
Jean
Mrs.
pinned by ,
Junior on
officials
College and stu is expected to ,be 500. -Job to be doing something.
dents In his remarks at the ded Florida's superintendent of tion Company Consumer Consultant, during recent an-

ication of the $280,000 class.roomadan'nlstrative public instruction, Thomas D. nual convention of the National Medical Association at
building. Bailey, called the junior college
"We lock forward to a great concept, "one of the most fascinating !- ti1n, Milwaukee, Wi. Looking on i i. H. (INaylor Fitzhugh, representing -
future for this institution and and inspiring education The Moss H. Kendrix Organization, Washington -
for the
great future it can give
innovations in his 40
you..' Ih education!rear's. experience D. C., public relation firm which serves a numberof

Collins this said\ "Education needsin "All of my life," he said, "has corporation, including Carnation, a* Negro market
area represents a chal- been dedicated to the idea that
lenge to the state to provide ade- every child should be affordeda L consultants. Dr. Norris, who observed a birthday duringthe

quate facilities here . to bringa post high school education. This Milwaukee convention, i i. also a graduate of Hampton
faculty of attainment . whichcan
develop understanding hearts do seems it/to 'be the one way we can SECONDSORAJEL Institute, Lincoln University of Pennsylvania, and a for-

and inquiring minds" An audieJKte of a thousand, mer intern of John Andrew Hospital, Tuskegee. Mr.
Floyd T. Christian
tendent of Pinellas, superin-County faculty, students and guests, Claiborne has been with Carnation Company 'for almost
'Joined Superintendent Christianin
School, introduced the Governorand eight
the dedicatory exercise. year
thanks the state
for fundsto Gibbs J. C. has a faculty of 36
build the first unit at GibbsJ.
and expects to add new teachers fJ
C. He told the Governor and
at the close: of the registration Drive Carefully ,
Thomas D. Bailey state --
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After a disastrous 1957 season positions fenslve experience. John Cotson, :, ', GREATER
which saw the Northwestern ter are battling it out for the Fhelly Spencer, Richard West,
Bulls win only one game, the '58 game with the Carver Hornets. Curtiss Eady, Walter Peoples, THAN
edition of Coach James Wanza's Bulls should have an outstandingcorp Harvey Frazier and Raleigh HunIt -

Bulls are set for their opening of tackles. James Denegallwar /Is felt 'bv many, as they EVER
encounter tonight with the Car- the most outstanding line- have observed the Bulls In prac- lIDofflT
ver Hornets. man in Spring practice.At t'ce.! that Northwestern has, potentially -
Back from last year's team the present time it is any- an excellent group of GIN VAIUEIGORDON'S I
are the two fine watch-charm one's guess as to who will tr quarterbacks. In James Tullls, waa.R
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guards George Cox and George the starting fullback for the Car- the Dulls have experience a
Johnson With the two Georges, ver game on Sept. 19. Roosevelt running threat, defensive skills L.pNMr
the 'Bulls will be solid at offen- Fluellen has been outstandingsince and a deadly passing arm. Unless jcuNuII
sive guards and linebackers. A his shift to that position, disaster strikes, this should be
lot of action; is expected from but fellows such as Big Robert I his year. !_._ NAaRtOC1aT "
these boys. Hines, 185 Ib!., has the speed NAMW1y5c
Willie "Bugle" Howard, and and weight to make Coach Wan Speed will be a trade mark of
Freddie "Bucket" Jones give the za's drive series work. Willie the 1958 Bulls. Newcomers sucha A8ITIffIn w
team speed, drive and break- White, a little speed merchant Charles Phillips Frank Sweet,
away potentials at halfback. from Hialeah or Bobby Felts a Alphonso' Townsell and Cleve
Jones may become the best punter 10th grader, could make tht Avant bring this much desired HO GIN u
in the short history of compettion very stiff. quality which is needed to pro I
Northwestern. Ills booming. George Terry, 180 lbs, leads duce a winning football team.
punts comistently traveled :50 to the list of centers, but a scrappy The Bulls are very fortunatethis
60 yards in the early practice newcomer, Frank "Tiger" Scott, year in that they have tnree .
sessions. could get the nod. His size is his new men to work with Coaches - .I
From a group Including Roy only shortcoming at the center Miller, Moore and Wanza. The - -- -
Person 193 lbs; James DenegaU, spot. Others in the running are coacher helping us this year are
201; Charles Chestnut, 190; John John Robinson, Josephus Bethel Leo Albury, graduate of Tus-
L. Jones. 185; Albert Maycox, and Henry Hood. kegee. '58; Alvin Dean graduateof '

1 190; Lewis Williams, '175; Alfred The ends of the squad are tall, FAMU and Kenchon. All eyes Our Classified Columns Get Fast
Smith, George Rhymes, 165; the fast and rangy, but none has of. are on the Dully for the opening Result ,


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PAGE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1958
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time it involves 14 students who
were. assigned to the White Or-
JUST BROWSIN'PAUL chid Villa High School but later,
SUpt. Joe Hall said it was a
mistake and the error would< be
R. HENRY corrected in the minutes, after
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-- - -- -- -- -- -- meeting on Wednesday applicants -
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- when six were denied< admission(
- - - - -- The Dade Cojnty: Council of place on Saturday
TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ELLIS I I Parent-Teacher Association will I pecL:le were killed when their
The Times Are Chinned And We Are Changed With Them" I hold a workshop at Phyllis car plunged! into a canal on State Dr. J. Harvey Smith a well
_. Wheatley school on Sept. 20. I Road 8:', 13 .miles from Beljlade. known' physician, died; on TUesday -
Office at 1112 N.W Third Avenue Miami. Florida-Phone FR 3-2238 Presiding' will ib Mrs. Margaret This party were on their way to evening at the Jackson Memorial -
Plant .t 8740 N.W 15th Avenue-Phone PL 4-61Z8 Newtoold. Among speakers will the funeral of a relative to Ho .:ital. Funeral ser-
be Dr. Dean G. Epley from the Georgia. Very sad isn't it? vices will be held at the Bbe-
Entered as Second Class Matter August 9, 1927 at the Post Office at University of Miami and Miss nezer Methodist Church on Sat
Miami Florida under the tct of March 8, 1876H. Margaret Gilkey, director of tht: Then there Is the train that urday afternoon. '
guidance department in Dad e plunged into Newark Bay on
E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor County' Schools. Monday carrying more than 29 This week the Jews are celebrating -
GARTH C. REEVES Associate Editor and Business Manager passengers to their deaths. Oh, their High Holy Day
TOO BAD Leroy Harris, 10- there are so many accidents of Observances. The Miami Times
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: year-old son of Mrs Jerome one kind and another. But that extend annual greetings and best
ONE YEAR $4.00 SIX MONTHS $2.60 THREE MONTHS $1.60 Harris( lost his life on Monday i I is life in this fast moving world. wishes for a Happy New Year: ,
when he drowned in a, pool at
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" the Miramar hotel on Bayshore And a huge Navy blimp's engines -
THE NEGRO PRESS believes that America can beat lead the world drive. Leroy, with some other 1 failed and Its crew of 12 Northwestern PTALast
from racial and national antaglonlsms when It accords to every man boys were supposed to be in Just had time to bail out before
regardless of race, color or creed, his human and legal rights. Hatingno school. the blimp went soaring: away Monday evening broughta
I After hours it finally landed. huge capacity crowd of parentsof
man, fearing no man-the Negro Press strives to help every man
1243 childrento
'In the firm belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. Another and even more serious ally Northwestern's
accident was that which took I is another inte- the first Parent Teacher's Association

Member of the National Newspaper publishers,Association, i. meeting of the school
Member of the Associated Negro Press r year. Headed by Anthony Simonsthe
.
i iHe'who fe :....:_ These I
trouble in Nottingham, England. is a section knownas PTA will meet each third
Indian Ne- Monday at the school. North-
Notting Hill where several thousand West
,
endures with patience Is 'a conqueror Latin< western's teachers canvassed
groes live. their communities by telephones;
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKA Social and economic conditions brought about a riot, and personal visits to boost the
when nine white youths armed with iron bars table legs PTA's membership for this year.
NEGRO AT UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA and knives started beating up innocent Negroes. Natur- Each homeroom section was labeled :

On Monday Air Force ,Veteran George Henry StarkeJr. ally they defended themselves. The case was taken to torium in and the homeroom rows of the teachersand audi-

., son of Dr. and Mrs. George Starke of Sanford en- court and the offenders each sentenced to four years im- parents were able to communicate
rolled as a law student at the University of Florida prisonment. freely as they sat to
While this might be news it is nothing to" toot the horn Judge Cyril Salmon made an interesting address tot gether. Headed by Anthony
about.,Since Florida ,has not seen fit to do anything about. these lawbreakers. Here is what he had to say: Simons the PTA will meet each

integrating schools but rather to pass laws ito' prevent t "It was you men who started the whole of this violence -I third Monday.

integration, we could take this as a beginning. in Notting Hill. Officers for the year are: Rev.
Quite a bit of credit goes to Virgil Hawkins who has Samuel Gay, 1st vice president;
"You are a minute and insignificant section of the Noble Williams 2nd vice presi-
been so, persistent in his efforts to enter thsi law school.He .
was not successful but he has paved the for population, but you have brousrhit shame upon the districtin dent; Mrs. Anna Powell .recording
others, way which you live and have filled the whole nation with ) secretary; Mrs. Wilhelimna
I' horror indination and disgust." Sands, financial secretary; Albert
Whafypleases! us about Mr. Starke's admission is that Smith treasurer; Lewis Stokes,
his examinations at the University ,of South Carolina and "Your quarry was any man, providing there were chaplain; Mrs. Hazel Wallace
his grades were comfortably above the minimum required not more than two of them together whose skin happened parliamentarian and Mrs. Adge-
to be a different color from own. Your object was non Bradshaw, historian.
by the State Board of Control. For this record we ex- your
tend congratulations.Now toins till stark terror and inflict as mulch' pain and grev- r

that the thin edge of the wedge has been entered ious injury as you could.

in the state we look forward with interest for fur "During /hat night you savagely attacked five peace- VOTE FOR .
ther development. ful and law-abiding citizens without any shadow of an .
excuse. ,None of them had done you any harm. None of 'J"" "

EPISCOPAL CONVENTION them ,had offered you the slightest provocation. Indeed, c-
you knew nothing about any of them except that their
,
Wednesday October 1, the 13th Triennial meeting ol skin happened to be a color of which you apparently did 1Y:1:
Episcopal Church Workers will open at St. Agnes Churchin not i
approve.
this city, the Venerable John E. Culmer rector. The

conference will last three days. Clergymen from over In another case in the Magistrate Court a West Indian I k 1i
the nation will be :i
present. Also the R.t Rev. Bravid Harris found
of
was guilty damaging a police car by throw.
Bishop of Liberia and other dignitaries.This milk bottle disturbance
ing a during a at Paddington. He
conference precedes the opening of the 59th was found guilty and granted bail pending a probation
General Convention the highest body of the Episcopal offifcer's report.
Church, on Sunday, Oct. 5. It is presided over by the Most
Here is what the judge told him :
who retires in November of this
Rev. Knox
Henry Sherill 4a
"Some of colored men think there is prejudice
you a
,
year after serving in that office for a period of 12 years.
against colored men. Let tell this If
were a
me you : you
During the convention the House of Bishops will elect a
white man you would be sent to prison here and now. It
successor to Bishop Sherill. is only because you are a colored man and were subjectedto

CONGRATULATIONS, some provocation by a lot of hooligans !that I am not
dealing with you in this way."
We congratulate the two winners of the Miami Daily We predict London or Nottingham will not have

News Cash Word Puzzle Jackpot of $7,500. Especially much more of these race riots, when the authorities takea
so, Mrs. Erma Latimore of 1756 NW 5th court. She has firm stand, citizens learn to respect laws. Laxity in en-
been rewarded after working at puzzles for four years. forcement generally breaths trouble.

When one considers that there were more han 50,- ELMER A. WARD
000 entrants, and only two correct answers she has some \-r-: - 1
thing to be proud of, apart from the financial gain of Executive Committeeman

$3,750.This. I SPEND FOR YOUR
reminds us that only recently in another contest District 18 -

puzzle 2000., Edward Wake won the second prize a Chevroletand I HOME FIRST Pull Lever 24AOn

Tuesday, Sept 30

DR. J. HARVEY SMITH I Pd. Pol. Adv.

Dr. ,J. Harvey Smith. local physician, died suddenlyon :
Tuesday evening. Funeral services will be held on

Saturday morning.
Dr. Smith was 'well known over the state of Florida. WHY BE SICK?

He was born in Alachua County. For some years he I Examination of your Per-
served as 'a principal of the Public School at Gainesville.A tonal Ailment plus exami-
graduate of Meharry Medical College he practiced nation of heart lungs
medicine in Jacksonville before coming to Miami in the stomach, liver gall blad.
It's Your Only REAL Security der, rectal prostrate,
early twenties. nerve reflexes blood prei-
In Miami Dr. Smith built up a sUlccessful practice.He ADDITIONS o REPAIRS sure and urinalysis. In*
was also interested in all phases of the community's O REMODELING eluding x-ray as Indicated.
activities. o ALTERATIONS FREE CONSULTATION.Clip .
officer of the FLORIDA ROOMSNo and bring this adl
and
He prominent'member
was a very, Treatments for blood,
Ebenezer Methodist Church Down Payment Terms ArrangedFree I skin or urinary disease,
He was very active in our educational problems ,and Piles, rectal, stomach
strove to help in improving conditions.Dr. Consultation Without Obligation I trouble, prostrate 'gland

Smith served as president of the Junior Chamberof trouble, backache, rheumatlsm -
Commerce for several years. lie was also a memberof Coburn vitality, nervousness, I low
Construction ulcer hormone deflclency -
the Adelphian Club and several other: civic organizations. Co. I lost vigor arthritis -
Dr. Smith 'was a good conversationalist and an interesting I and chronic diseases.
to know. New Location
person GENERAL CONTRACTORS
AND !BUILDERS
,He is survived by a wife ,a brother and other rela- SOUTHERN CLINIC
LICENSED 2847 Coral Way
tives. AND INSURED
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PAGE 6 SATURDAYSEPTEMBER\ 20, 1958SOUNDOFF COLORED
Palm Beach Six Mi-
deputy sheriffs as: G. Hicks and PSYCHICREADER
year old son of one of them was
pushed to safety by his drown-

ing mother when their car went J .. ; r
into a canal 13 miles east of ,
Belle Glade Saturday.
The Florida Highway Patrol at
Pahokee said the car travelingat I PROF.
a high rate of speed on State
Road 80 went out of control and PVT. KELSEY "KIT" COLLIE
plunged in the 30-foot-deep can-

al at about 12:20: ajn. .._..._........-,,......-......-......-......- ------......................,............. -.._._ .-
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Willie Smith, 13, was unhurt kIi& this state, it seems' ) . Wonder HUNTER vw i J ; 1t'6
and made his way from the almost how our friend Shirley Mobleyis
completely submerged car There is something about a getting along after spendingthe _
to safety on. the bank of the military uniform that makes summer in Miami ? ? ? We PROF. HUNTER

canal. He said his mother, Ida even the most modern individualtake understand that she is stationed If you are sick! worried or in trouble this it the
Mae Smith stuffed in his second ,glance Even McClellan Ala.
rags a now, at' Fort ,
mouth and broke a window to when there is no war, a man in place to come. Don't stay in the rut, push back the
push him out of the machine. Her uniform is still eye-catching for We'd like to know about all veil of bad luck that seems to hold you in your track,
body was found wedged in the many females. Whether it is the servicemen and women from and advance forward by the help of God under the
glass of the window. Navy blue, or Army khaki, the Miami, where they are, what
The victims were identified by serviceman in uniform is still they are doing. If you can helpus leadership of Prof. Hunter who has 30 years of experience
deputy sheriffs as :G. Hides and admixed. out we'd ai/preciate it. Just in spiritualist and occult science. Make your
his wife, Margaret of 1000 NW address your cards or letters home happy. He will show you how to bypass your
(During World War 1, a uniform either to the Miami Times or
First Ave.; Jesse Smith and his enemies and the things that life demands for
symlbolized courageousness, directly to Pvt. Kelsey E. Collie, get you.
wife, Ida, 44 of 34/10/ Hibiscus
valor and adventure. But even Army Education Center, Bldg,
St., parents of the boy; Rebecca before then, in the period when B-2 Fort Belvoir, Va.
Brown, 74, address unknown, knights were bold fair maidensof (Until next time, have a very
and Elizabeth Thompson( 38, of the court-dreamed only of the Jleasat weekend. Arrivederc.
1307 NW Fifth Ave.
day when some dashing young!
knight, perhaps from King Arthur's -
Hicks was the owner and driver Southern Senators
of the court, would sweep them
car, deputies said.
away from tragedy and ride off Say Resist 4y
Trooper Tillman Sanders of, ?"
together upon a white charger.
the Highway Patrol said identi-
Washington, D. C. (CNS-
fication was difficult because the
The romantic ideals of long
Southern Sen-
As expected
was :
papers of all of the dead were of '
ago and even more recent
I ators sounded' out the old war
soaked by water in the canal.
I times remain with the American to resist the U. S. Supreme
The boy, only survivor, was .people The serviceman is still Court's cry school integration ruling
reported in a state of shock at looked upon with admiration. He Ark. Sen. John L. McClellan
a Belle Glade hospital and un is still considered somewhat of who has been so busy investigating -
able to give complete details. But an adventurer, a courageous l labor racketeering and Located at the Hunter's new psychic studio on
he told troopers the party was knight but in Twentieth Cen-
that the government Pembroke Road
route to charging 3 miles west of Hallandale, Fla. on
en a funeral in Valdosta tury terms.
Ga. should ibc tougher with them th. north side of the road, 1 mile. east of 7th are.
called: the Court deci-
Supreme
An unikempt, soldier is a disgrace Caner Ranches Signs are placed on the top of three.
sion: "ill advised and improper"Sen.
It was the second worst traffic not only to himsslf but to
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accident of the year in South the uniform he wears the organization Russell of Georgia: . story building. Office U In the duplex In the front of
Florida and the second multi- to which he belongs, Southerners won't "surrender to UM building.

death road mishap in. 11 days. the ideals he is supposed to per- ly the because dictates of that the organization NAACP mere-is He has fifty time. more power than any other
On Aug. 23, two automobiles col- fetuate and to the people whose
medium. You will find him far
safety is his I able to use the present Supreme advanced in knowl
lided in Dade prime objective.
south County, killing "
I Court as its mouthpiece dge.
seven. Last Wednesday four Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines And Herman Talmadge: "a
died lision.in a Broward County col- all hold the same spotin second reconstruction of the READINGS FROM $1.00 UP
the hearts of the American South is now in full swing back-
people. These are the men who ed by troops and bayonets." UOINSID Y STATS AND COUNTY
Ghana to Hold safeguard our shores, our airways OFFIOB HQtflta DAILY
our land. At home or
National Lottery abroad' these men often sacrifice 1 P.M. TIL 4 P.M. 7-9 P.M. SUNDAY 1 PM TIL 4 PM
LOTS FOR SALE
their lives for a cause they deem i
Accra Ghana (ANP) worthy. And you can be sure Easy Terms Y CLOSED ALL DAY, WED.
Ghana's Minister of Finance K. tint a soldier who is careful I
A. Gbedemah will about the he dresses I' Build on your lot
draw the name way the I CALL IN PERSON
of the lucky Ghanian for the way he appears to the public, is or mine
$14,000 first prize in the national also conscientious about what he We take care of financing 5417 S.W. 17th St
lottery which is scheduledfor doss '!111 battle, how careful he I i I'
NO MONEY DOWN
Dec. 20. is not to bring disgrace to the Hollywood, Fla.
traditions which have made this Cash paid for your lots or
Say Althea Turned country a free nation. I home

Down ,$23,000Singing SHORT SHORTS The Wonder Baron, JE 8-1340 Our Classified Columns Get Fast Results!
Department Wonder whether
Offer Pvt. Frank Hill NW 2nd I ,_,._,_,,_, .. .. .
of Ct.
.r '" ""'il'"unl n._"" ""'''..'..''..7'..-> !I.-....''.mIII'. ut7'rItY'!; 'f'l7"ITi.rro. !' mT\1It7'\7'\.I.1\' 7' ;''' '" ""'
is still taking advanced trainingat ; .J.W4. .uu; 1lIU.uu; ALUu; uIL1l:1LIjUJiU.lJ.IUWU: : : : :

NEWYORK (ANP)-Althea Fort Jackson S. 'C. ? 7 ? I
Gibson, Wimbledon and U. S. Wonder whether Bernice Boyd,
national women's singles tennis one time WAC, has Joined up
champion, reportedly turned again' or has she turned 'her Furnished
down a $23,000 offer by a Las thoughts to the service of mar- Apartments
Vegas showman for a three week riage and raising a family ? ? ? :
singing engagement. Wonder whether 2nd Lt. Joseph
The offer came as a result of N. Clark (who might be a 1st
her appearance on "The Ed Lt. by now) is still stationed at
Sullivan Show" recently Fort Eustis, Va. ? ? ? We talk- Efficiencies & 2 Bedrooms
According to her attorney, ed with him earlier this! year
Earle Warren Zaidins, Miss Gibson while we were in Southeast Virginia -
rates amateur tennis first. I I (just can't set away from

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Carnation Milk Offers Duke, Mahalia I SATURDAY..__ SEPTEMBER 20, 1958 PAGE. 2 7 1


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CHICAGO Carnation Milk It's Justice. well this punster
Co., Los Angeles Cal has announced PUNPHUN isn't a Judge. In a murder case
a most unusual premium I'd call up the defendent before
record offer featuring the musicof Fla. Normal Lions By PHIL 0830FERI sentencing him, smile, and' say:

Duke Ellington, noted, and conductorpianist..composer the- ............................................... was This up is for gonna stealing kill you gold!" paint If he,

songs of the century's greatest received a summons from I'd find him ,guil-ty. If the Jury
gospel singer, Mahalia Jackson, Drill for Opener Sheriff Kelly last week. It wor- was deadlocked, I would (prescribe ''
both top recording artists of Co- ried be, because a summons usually hemlock . tttat deadlock '
lumbia Records, means "som un's" In a la Socrates. If an English

Carnation Company, producerof The Florida Normal College Coach Lloyd Howell is at this trouble. It turned. out to be a call teacher was convicted, I'd give
the world's largest selling Lions returned to St. Augustine time uncertain about his start- to Jury duty in the Criminal him a sentence, and send him to
evaporated milk, is making the the 25th of August to start training ing signal caller. Court. They won't eocctpt me, jail tor a period. In case of a
question on it, I would say I was
Ellington-Jackson record available for the 1958 football season. The Lion's first game is with though, since I don't belive in for
on a first-time, exclusive The Lions who finished secondin South Carolina Area Trade of capital punishment, (Why send a being comma-cal. How's that I
basis in cooperation with Colum- the SEAC Conference last Denmark here September 27. man to Tallahassee' : to execute puh-ctuation? II I II I
bia Waxed on a 45 rpm, 7 inch year have looked very good co The Captain of the Lions is Mm?) I
disc, the record features four far in the fall drills. Alvaujhn Jenkins and the co- This may be noose to you, butI ,
complete selections by the popular Only part of last year's team: captain is Elijah Hatchett Both can't afford, financially] to get J. B. SMITH I
recording artists. Mr. Ellington returned, however, after having are seniors and arc from West left dangling on a hung Jury for
records "Such Sweet heavy losses due to graduation Palm Beach. any length of time. ELECTRICSERVICE '
Thunder" and "Sonnet to Hank I and probation. Approximately 16 il don't approve of taking life,
Cinq," while Miss Jackson sings lettermen are returning with 1958 SCHEDULE: and the methods of execution do
the soul-touching numbers "Oh three being all conference players Sept. 27-S. C. Trade home not appeal to me. I believe In .
Lord, Is It I?" and "Walking Oct. Savannah State there charity not chair I could knot Electrical Contractor '
Over God's Heaven." The biggest worry that the Oct. ls..clalUn: College home be roped In to give a suspendedon HOUSEWIRING"Don't
coaches had ,at the beginning pf Oct. 25-Morris College home ( a rope) sentence, especially
The Ellington-Jackson record, if the convicted
man had no sense Call us"
practice was the Ncv 1-Ed Waters there cuss -
vacancy they
a $1.29 value, is being offered by 'had of humor. He oouldn't take a
at the
Carnation Co. for only fifty cents their quarterback slot, but (classic) chcke. I wouldn't send 'man to PHONE NE 5-3058
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been relieved 8-Albany State home
plus three labels from the fa- the lethal chamber, even thoughthey'd
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mllar red and white can with give him high test gas,
the three carnations on it. This Rozier Collier and Hardy Smith. Nov. 22-Voorhecs there the kind that sends you , out
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The two selections offered by
Mrs. Willlmae Murray, chair-
Mr. Ellington are taken from his string Babe of Didrickson, who held a man of the, TB Committee, Dade . .with America'sFinest QOLDKNJIQQCR
championships
musical suite called "Such Sweet has County Tuberculosis Association,
Thunder," which has been recorded there been such a stir over another said that .prizes would be awarded Bourbon- CAP ''
woman athlete. Althea Gib-
in its entirety on Columbia -' to the oldest person x-rayed,
son seems to
release. In the two Carnation capture the imagination and also to the person who '
offers the Duke plays a of all especially as she in handy
has announced that she's brings! out the largest number of a
unique tribute to Shakespeare in in for going older citizens 1o. be x-rayed, next
.golf. She for fun and
appreciation of the warm reception relaxation says week when the Christinas Seal
given him and his celebrated know her, won't but all be surprised those who if Mobile x-ray unit visits Liberty pocket flask.
orchestra when they performed \ it's City area.Location.
as a real pro.
at the Shakespearan Festivalin
Canada a season or so ago. "Anything I do, I want to be : Liberty Square
G304 NW 14th ,
Ray Nance, trunvctl3t-vlollnlst/ \ the best at it," she remarked for Housing project, 22 q\ 1 t \
Monday through
ave. Sept.
trombonist Britt Woodman those who don't remember.
and
Friday, Sept. 26, 11 2
-
ajn. p.m.
the numbers. Everyone knows
carry solo roles in that she playsa 4-7 ,'
game hard as if there is no p.m.
Miss Jackson, possibly the most TB is not Inherited. It dan
other day to win. She even jok-
extraordinary and moving singer ed that "you are looking at the strike anyone, anywhere, anytime sir
of the day, is at 'her top bost next woman's golf champ." This TB is a contagious disease YEARS
Carnation-sponsored gospel and can be cured. w ,
the
in chatter has lead all to predict
numbers which she contrib- that she may shine in. another Protect your health, your famJly' OLD
health and community's -,
this thrilling Ellington- your
utes to sport, anyday now
Jackson record. God-fearing, thl health. Make your commun-
devoted artist, all of her life, has Marian Anderson very regal ity a healthy community in whichto
live. X-rays find TB and
the praise of the
been singing
being sworn in as United Na-
Lord in churches and in so.d- tions Delegate . Secretary of other chest diseases.HARLEM .
out concert halls, both in the State John Foster Dulles was on l'
United States and Europe. hand to extend his congratulations -
Daughter of a New Orleans minister . Sidney PoWer li get- SQUARE 86 PROOF
Miss Jackson, chil choir ting equal billing with Tony Curtis SWEET SHOPA t% II 100 PROOF
singer, moved to Chicago at age for his superb work in 'The BOTTLED-IN-BOND
16 to live with an aunt. Defiant Ones." . Curtis ownsa FULL LINE OF GROCERIES
piece of the film the same 4QUA"T
FREE X-RAYS IN type of deal he has for "The COLD CUTS COSMETICS PINTS
Kings Go Forth" and thereby
HALI'.I'INT
208 N.W. 10th Strut
LIBERTY CITY could insure Poitier getting a
just baling =

Adult residents In the Liberty d 1e
Square Housing project and the
Apartment area
Liberty/ Arms
and surrounding neighborhoods,
will have an opportunity to geta TV REPAIRS
free chest x-ray at the mobile
unit of the Dade County Tuber-
culosis Association next week
and the week following
From Monday, Sept. 22 thru NO CHARGEIf
Friday, Sept. 26 the x-ray service -
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1 ; " .' p.m. Fare: 1.50 per person. County
Carey P. Bentley, Ill
0,::: ': : :: Melvin R. Jackson, recorder r
,, ,, :" TEMPLE BAPTIST Shriner's Boat RideYou NewsBy
\
Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor No Secret Meetings
must join the Nobles and
fTonight' (:Friday) the womenof Daghters on their boat ride Saturday Stating) that County business is

Temple will sponsor a "trip night, Oct. 4. The tickets, the public's business, Joe Boyd Walter Bowe PROUDLY PRESENTS
around the world." Transportation many' of you bought for ride (on candidate for County Commissionin
leaves the church ground at Labor Day will be honored. As District 3, today strongly con-
I 8 o'clock. Proceeds to aid in the you know inclement weather demned the practice of secret Light Lodge No 542 will AN ALL STAR I
Women's Day program, donation forced a postponement of the meetings and stated that, if Star Friday night, Sept. 19 at
:i: 95<:. Here is a chance to beat the trip on that date. Since then the elected, he would strongly oppose meet Masonic Temple on Pembroke REVUEAT
a heat by spending an evening beautiful 290( passenger Dream secret meetings and insist the Road. Members are urg- i
r Under the open skies. Boat ha's' (been refinished; and that all conferences and discus-
ion be held publicly with the ed to be !prompt.
J government inspected for
Service for Sunday will be as yourpleas' press, TV and radio invited. THE i
re and safety. Good music Jackueline (Jackie)
usual both Miss
with preaching morn-
and refreshments will be fur- Wini- I
daughter of Mrs.
and .
ing evening.The Cooper
nished for your entertainmentand Advertise It Pays! fred Wells Cooper, left for Be- d
delight Don't forget Oct. 4
chairman, cochairmanand thune-Cookman Collie on JIMj'
captains of the Women's --- Sept. 7. A graduate of North-
Day drive are going all out to western High, she reported get-
make this year's effort aRe d 1 For Pick-up and ting along fine at B-CC. I
Letter Day for Temple. They ask Service
for the full cooperation of every Delivery on Taylor
Gwendolyn
member. Miss JAMCLUB
Prescriptions daughter of Mr. and, Mrs. Alfred

I'' Taylor] left Sept. 12 for Florida
; SERVICE A&M University Miss Taylor is

World Famous DRUG STORE a graduate of Attacks High in
''Dania Freddie Seymour, son of

Prophet And : : 1 "Prescription Compounding Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Seymourand 1900 N.W. 75th St.
r Specialists" < grandson of Fred! Seymouris
Marriage Counselor } J also attending FAMU. Phone PL 9-8651
'
w Sundries Gifts

.r Patent Medicines Walter Blatch of Carver Adm. 50c
r
Ranches:! has returned home
Greeting Cardi I altftr a two-week vacation in
{1fw Nass-u; While there he made a TABLES FREE
1240 N.W. 3rd Ave.
trip to Andros Island and re- l
SIDNEY T. COX -.----....---..' .
orts an enjoyable stay.
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Registered Pharmacist Phone FRanklin 3-2932 i'
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FOR ADULTS
Democrats .



"! My Most SincereTHANKSI 'Northwestern Senior High School


7007 ''N.W.l2th Ave., Miami, Fla.
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Second Quarter Sept. 29 to Dec. 19, 1958

J'W' 'J',1.: '"
I am deeply grateful for the fine )vote of confi- Northwestern Senior High Adult Homemaking ScheduleDAY

DOC C. R. ANDERSON dence you gave me in the 'Democratic Primary on COURSES TIME

Consulted by people from all September 9. Thanks to you, I shall rejoin my Senate MONDAY Plain and Advance Sewing .................... 9:00: 12 noon
over the United States and Overseas colleagues with the assurance that my past service Short Cuts In Dressmaking v..........,..... 7:00: 10:00: p.m.
Attracted nationwide fo meets with the approval of the majority of my fel- Plain' and Advance Sewing. ...,....,,...... 7:00: 10:00: p.m.
cus and attention on the 'Meet low citizens. Ceramics 1 ."..""....................,.................. 6:00 9:00: p.m.
The Press" TV Program on Sept
30, 1958. Author of sensational TUESDAY Advance Sewing, and Pattern ,Making 9:00: 12 noon
predictions of worldshakingevents. During the next six years I shall render you the Advance Sewing & Pattern Making 12:30: .( 3:30: p.m.

Written up in some of best service within my power, always endeavoringto Plain Sewing (beginner) .......,.,..,.,.,... :7:00: 10:00: p.m.
the leading magazines and newspapers correctly represent you'and your convictions. Advance Sewing ...,.....,....,.,..........,...,... 7:00: 10:00: p.m.
Search Magazine (Feb. Ceramic 1 & 2 ......................._............... 6:00 9:00: p.m.
1957), ), Hep Magazine (Nov.
1956 New York Sunday Mirror SPESSARD L. HOLLAND WEDNESDAY Plain and Advance Sewing .........,,..... 9:00: 12 noon
(Sept. 18, 1956)), N.Y. National United States Senator Clothing the Family ...........?......_.., 7:00 9:00 p.m.
Enquirer (July 6-12, 1956)) and Plain 'Sewing & Alterations''.,............. 7:00: 10:00: p.m.
several other newspapers which Party Foods ............................................ 7CO: ;,10:00 p.m.
reported on 'the sensational pre- (Political Adv. paid for by W. P. Shelley, Jr., State Campaign
dictions proven so amazingly! Director; Herbert E. Wolfe, State Campaign Treasurer) THURSDAY Advance Sewing & Pattern Making 9:00: 12 neon
Advance
accurate during the course of Sewing It Pattern Making 12:30: 3:30: p.m.
unfolding history. Plain Sewing ..........._............................... 7:00 10:00 p.m.
I, Doc Anderson, say I have Advance Sewing ........,.,.............,.,.,..?... 7:00: 10:00: p.m.

every reason to believe thai I FRIDAY Plain & Advance Sewing ......,....,........ 10:00: 1:00: p.m.
throughout the years I have sav- MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
ed thousands of marriages fr'?mending
Sa the Divorce Courts, 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND Schedule for County-wide Homemaking Centers

which would have probably resulted BROWARD COUNTIES
in any number of broken MONDAY-\ '
homes. Plain & Advance 'Sewing t:00: 9:00: p.m. G. W. Carver
The
Largest Organization of its Kind in
I will help you solve your' Plain & Advance Sewing 7:00.10:00: p.m. North Dade
problems and how you the road The South' Serving Colored Plain and Advance Sewing 7:00: 10:00 p,m. F. C. Martin
to happiness and success, as I People"For Clothing the Family 7:00. 10:00 p.m. B. T.* W.
have done for so many others} Plain Sewing 7:00: 10:00: p.m. R, R. Moton
I can do any kind of special Fast, Efficient Service" Call
work. Your life analyzed; and TUESDAY-Advance Sewing 7:00: 10:00 p.m. B. T. W.
your deepest secrets told with-, Plain & Advance Sewing 6:00. 8:00: p.m. J, W.: Johnson
out you sayinj a word or no Advance Sewing Designing! '7:00.: 10:00: p.m. Dorsey Jr. High
charge made. Plain A Advance Sewing 7:00.: 10:00 p.m. Mays High
Plain & Advance Sewing 7:00: 10:00
p.m. North Dade
You too may order the double
Flower Arrangements 7:00: 10:00 p.m Phyllis Wheat
offer, which includes the An-

cient Mezuzah, the beautiful am- WEDNESDAY-Advance Sewing; 7:00: 10:00 p.m. B. T. W.
ulet worn by millions for its
Plain 'Sewing 7:00. 10:00 p.m. R. R.. Moton
religious! significance, containing Clothing the Family. 10:00.: 1:00: p.m AME Church,
the promise God made to Moses

inscribed In Hebrew (Deut. 6 V 11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Advance Sewing A Pattern Hlaleah

M 4-9)), and the Biblical Incense e 1860 N.W. 73rd ST. PL 8-9827 Making 6:009:00: : p.m. G. W. Carver
(Rev. 8-4)) containing a blessing!
with the suggested prayers 3461 GRAND AVE. HI 4.2441 Advance Sewing Designing 7:00: 10:00 p.m. Dorsey Jr. HI

:' Psalms 23 and *12,. toy sending e 4240 N.W. 27 AVE. NE 5.3468 Advance Sewing 4:00. 7:00 p.m. North Dade
Clothing the
I't $6.00 plus 6c postage or pay $6 e 7102 'N.W. 14TH AVE. PL 1.0327 Plain A. Advance Family 7:00.10:00 p.m..' North' t Dade
7:00.10:00
tI' plus charges to DOC C. R. ANDERSON Sewing p.m. B. T! W.
) 302 West Gordon Ave., 17325 e 6241 N.W. 17TH AVE. PL 8-9990 Advance Sewing 7:00. 10:00: .pjn. F. C.... Martin
HOMESTEAD AVE. .
',\ Rossville, Georgia. $6.00 is the CE 5-3553
THURSDAY
1
PRICE Perrlnee Millinery & 2 4:30.: 7:30 p.m. B. T. W.
OF THE DOUBLE OF-
FER ONLY NOT MY PRTCE, 1022 N.W. 6TH ST. / (f: e JA 2.3474 Plain Sewing 7:00-: 10:00: pm. J. R. E. Lee
FOR ANY PERSONAL CONSUL- Ft. Lauderdale )I Advance Sewing 7:00.: 10:00:: p.m. Mays High
TATION OR SPECIAL WORK. e 339 HAMMONDVILLE e WE 3-3235 Plain. A Advance Sewing 7:00.10:00Ip.m.: Dunbar Elem.
For RD., /pompano Advance Sewing 7:00: 10:00: p.m. North Dade

have special personal work consultation done, which or to e 14460 Opa N.W.Locka 22ND AVE. MU 8-0617 Flower Arrangements 7:00.10:00.. Phylll Wheat.

definitely requires personal contact e 2100 N.W. 3rd CT. e FR 4-6331 For further Information call PL 4-5491, Northwestern 'Senior High
write me at the above ad-
I- School. Registration will be accepted at all center Bring the week
t
i dress or call CAnal 2-9719 lor MAIN OFFICE
appointment.Office beginning Sept. 29. The registration fee for each course of 12 leon
1163 iN.W. 3rd AVE. FR
six 3-8416 I Ie $2.00.
open days a week.
Closed Fridays. 011
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". \mI'Yiflfl UIft'IIIU}Jill UIl_,DIU_,1U i.i *'Vs*_" _1111I llII'l't.1'II'].tfB.gtmHf Io'IIl JIlL.] ,Drowning VictimsTo THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peopl i'"'Newspaper"

)rI be Buried SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1958 PAGE.' 9

LIBCITYD Funeral arrangements for tout : .
J JCronr
of the six people who drownedIn BURNED MAN pital.'T'"
r Ivi IN II1AT E a canal at Belle Glade Satur- of 546 NW 14th St.,
when their STILL CRITICALFreddie
day
speeding car employe of the Miami, Beach
an
went out of control have been
Cromer, 22, burned
Water Dept., suffered second
NTS NE 5.3513 arranged. when a crane touched a ,power '
N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St. and third degree burns over 80
line Tuesday was In condition
Funeral services for Mrs. Rebecca Friday at St. Francis poor Hos per cent of his 'body. ''I\-: I
I II 'It, \
R Brown will be held Fri. t :'
day at 3 p.m. at St. Paul AME 7 '
FRI., SAT., SUN., |MON., TUES. Church In Delray Beach, under
the direction of the Coleman
Funeral Home. i CLEAN..CLEAN.
i 'THe BIGNESS & .
Mrs. Brown is survived by
AND THEBOLDNESS
I F three daughters: Miss Nellie
OF-iHE-MIED Brown of Miami, Mrs. Juanita CLEAN.
I McNeil of West Hollywood and .
Mrs. Annie Jones of Cleveland,
Ohio; two sons, John and Wil
(> liam, a sister, Mrs. Clara Ash-
<
AND It" ley of Valdosta, Ga.

1 Funeral services for Mr. and
Mrs. G. Hicks and Mrs. Ida
1I '>"' \ Smith will be held Sunday at 2
tf.m. In Live Oak, under the direction -
DU 0
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:: h ''qOOMH1Iff Home.


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WlffR.4:_... IIEIlWt1B.wPNII. fl'\VU,,, _._ .. Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson, were and
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TRINITY WESLEYANRevival NEW BETHEL BAPTIST

N.W. 68th Terr.
and soul winning services 1571
have been in progress at Rev, G. Jones, pastor
Trinity Methodist Church 14th Sunday School........... 9:45: a.m.
St. and 2nd ave. during this Morning worship .................. 11:00:
week. evening! worship; .................... 7:30:

4 These services were conducted Ml. CALVARY BAPTIST
nightly at 8 o'clock by the Rev.
Ernest Hutcheson Jr., bachelor nv. F.. M, Thomas pastor
theology and a district missionary Phyllis Myers, reporter ,
of the Atlantic Coast Baptist
Association. The Lord is my sheherd, I
shall not want. In obeying God's
it is anticipated that these command. We began ou: services
revival services will be continued with the Sunday' School which

MT. ZION BAPTIST throughout next week and began at 9:45: with the assistant
end Friday night. superintendent In charge.
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" The Mt. Zion Baptist Church
will observe its Annual Wo- You are heartily welcome to At 11 a.m. devotional servicewas
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1958 men's Day on the third Sundayin these services and urged to bring conducted by the Junior
October. The observance tills along: relatives and friends. Deacons. Music was furnished by
Rev. George Johnson is the the Junior choir. We inspired
year will be sponsored, by the were -
CORINTH BAPTISTMeets ST. MATTHEW BAPTIST women of the church, coordinaN/ pastor. with a .great message delivered -
ed by the Business and Professional : by Rev. Richardson. His
every 2nd ana <4th Sundayat Rev. N. F. Clark, pastor Circle. Miss Marie Whiteis FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST subject was "The Voice That

Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Rev. J. E. Monroe reporter the general chairman. Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor Wakes The Dead" taken from St.
Church. John 5:25.Sunday: .
Sunday School....................... 931 This Sunday evening at 3:00: Speaker for the occasion will Claudia! Wilson, reporter
Morning worship ................ 11:30( o'clock the usher boards are be Mrs. Beulah T. Whitby, the We are thankful to God for I afternoon at 5:30: BTU
Evening Service ................... T30 sponsoring; a tea at the home of celebrated Detroiter, who is a another Sunday that our service was held. We had a very short
Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor Mrs. Doreen Sanders, 2140 NW member of the faculty of Wayne were filled with the spirit, beginning program and It was very inspir
successful gospel preacher. 59th St. All of our friends and University, and assistant directorof Schoolof ing.
and with our Sunday
the ,genera!' public' are invited'' the Mayor's Committee on
to attend. Come and sip a cup Human Relations. which'was enjoyed very much.: Sunday night! the devotional:
ST. JAMES BAPTIST The morning message was filled service was conducted, by the
of spiritual tea with a of
cup This year's theme is: "T he' with the spirit. It was deliveredby Junior deacons., The music was
323 N.W. 14th St material tea. We are preparingboth Woman's Role in Christian Liv- one of our own Bro. Paul furnished 'by the Male Chorus.
Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor so please come and enjoy ing." II the world is to be saved Freeman. Text Timothy 4:6.: The
Sunday Services yourselves. from itself, and therefore for the evening message was deliveredby Our pastor then came before
Sunday School........... 9:30: ajn, (Mrs Sanders and Miss Love Kingdom of God, then the women Bro. Win. Slater, text Hebrews us with the night's sermon,
Morning Worship ........ 11:00: a.m will conduct the affair. Rev. must do it," said Miss Whiteat 11:1.: Both messages were I "What is The Matter With You?" ,

BTU ................................ 5:30: pm Thompson will be the speaker. a recent interview. delivered with much power and
Evening Worship ............ 7:30: p.m Thanks for coming and we will enjoyed by all. The No. two choir The public is Invited to come
Visitors always welcome see you then.FIRST THE INCARNATION rendered music for the morningand and !worship with us.

the No. one choir rendered
UNITARIANThe 1835 N.W. 54th StreetFr. MT. SINAI BAPTIST
.
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMrs. music for the evening.The
E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar
third in a series of ser- No. and the Junior Rev. S. A. Thomas pastor
Frances Baumgartner of Veronica O'Rrry, reporter one ,
the mons "Toward an Understandingof ushers were in charge. of theday's
at
North Miami will speak
Man: The Curious" will be The month of September is
a
Summer Schedule of
NW llth Services services. BTU began at 5:30:
137
Baha'i Center ave.,
,
presented by Rev. Glen Canfield working period with the Sunday
21. Her and Rehearsals pjn. We want all of our visitorsto
7:45 Sunday Sept.
: pjm. minister of the First Unitarian School force. Last Sund.ayVU
be This SUNDAYS: know that they were welcomein
subject will "Why
World Upheavel?" All races and hurch located on Dixie Highwayat Matins v........................... 7:45 a.m I our services. Come again. a gala day. A large and beauti-
invited. SW 29th road on Sunday, Solemn Sung Mass and ful crowd accompanied Mrs. Ben-

faiths are cordially Sept. 21, at 11 ajn. Church Sermon .................... 8:00: ajn GREATER NEW BETHEL ny OTJerry's most beautiful home
School opens fall semester at Church School and Adult I where a very interesting/ program .
ST. MATTHEW FREEWILL 10:30: ajn. Classes for all ages Bible Class .... ,. 9:30: a.m Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor :; was rendered. Being spon-

408 N.W. 21st' Street through high school. Sunday E. Y. Churchmen ........ :5:30: pm Mrs. R. Conley, clerk sored by Mrs. Harrison and her
evening, Liberal Religious Youth committee After which all
Solemn Evensong and were
Rev. J, B. Woodley pastor
,
Bro. Nathaniel Thomas, reporter will meet at 6:30: p.m. Sermon .................... 7:00 p.m The superintendent of Greater served sumptuously with frappe
New Bethel's Sunday School, and cookies. It (
On 26 TUESDAYS: was a beautiful
Friday Sept. a Moonlight -
Sunday School was led by, Boat Ride on the bay will St. Vincent's Acolyte Deacon Burnice King said his affair. I am sure the superinten-

Deacon Shotwell at 9:55: by singing -' be sponsored by communitygroup Guild Meeting ........ 6:00: p.m. goodbye to everyone Sunday after dents are most gracious to every
presiding his last time beforeleaving
"Jesus Me Near The WEDNESDAYS
Keep No. 1 as a fund raising : one.The
Crosh. 'Topic, "Justce! in Eco project for the First Unitarian LOW Mass .................... 6:30: a on Saturday, Sept. 20 for morning and evening ser-
nomic Life." Church. The Gold Coast Cruise Evensong ........ .......... 8:00: pm Los Angeles, Cat where he and vices were very good, Interesting -
Morning service was led by Boat leaves pier 1 at Bakers THURSDAYS: his wife Deaconess Mary King and full of information and
Deacon Cooper. The wonderful Haulover 105 St and Collins St. Michael's ChoirRehearsal. will homestead. To take over as spiritually crowned. Rev. Polite,

message was given by Rev. Jones. Ave., Miami Beach at 8:30: p.m. ................ 1:00: p.m Supt. of Sunday School will be acting pastor was good In his
At 3 p.m. the usher board No. Tickets may be purchased at the FRIDAYS: Bro.While Eugene the Cooper. Smith delivery.In .
1 was successful and very fine church or at the dock. Friendsas St. Vincent's Acolyte pastor Rev service we reached out to
the National
and the food was very good. well as members of the Guild Rehearsal... :5:00: pjn was Convention away attending Sunday Rev C.- help others in home, school,
Thanks to the persons who attended church are invited. Boy Scouts church, community even the
Brown of the Shiloh
the usher board anniver- (Parish Hall) ....... 6:00: p.m Church rendered services Baptist at the whole world, knowing God
sary. ST. FRANCIS XAVIER Note: Low Masses on all Holy makes a difference In our viewsof
morning session of worship and
,
Service was led by Dea. Sneedat and Saints days at 6:30 ajn. the universe.
7:35: p.m. The message was N.W. 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. Sung Mass on all weekly festivals Rev. Hangrett of New Salem 'The
pastor Sister
No. Phone FR 9-1424 Baptist Church rendered serviceat and Moranare
delivered by Rev Woodley. at 6:00: ajn.EBENEZER still
2 and 3 choirs rendered music. MASSES the evening session. Rev away After the National -

Let us remember the sick and Daily................................. 8 a.m. METHODISTRev. Smith is expected back In ser- Convention the pastor will
take his
those in need of help. Sunday....... 7 a.m. & 8:30: a.m. vice Sunday. vacation during the remainder -
Aaron D. Hall, pastor The Junior church, usher board of the month.
No.3, choir No. 2 and usher I A barbecue luncheon will be
' ST. MATTHEW AMEZ Ernestine 1... Hambrick, reporter
TRINITY WESLEYAN served at the church
board No. 1 presided over Sun. on the Saturday -

Rev. George E. Johnson, pastor 1628 N.W 5th Ave. Services were highly spiritual day's services. I I before the fourth' Sundayof
Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter Rev. A. H. Ferguson, pastor Sunday. Rev. Hall was at his! Members of Greater Bethel are the month. The 7th is the date
t Sunday School............... 9:45: am best as he delivered the morning I acknowledging the pastor's anni-I You are invited to worship at
Morning Worship ............ 11 ajn. sermon The Rev. Bro. George versary Oct. 6 by ;) Mt. Sinai any time.
Sunday School................... 9 sun. Bethel delivered the called
Evening worship ............ 7:30: pjn evening program "Appreciation
.... 11:00
... :
Morning worship which when all auxiliaries and
Meeting message, was very stirring.The Day"
Young People's 5 p.m. GRACE PRESBYTERIAN pastor accepted the membership members will give love gifts to USE OUR CLASSIFIED
of three converts to the express their appreciation for
BETHANY BAPTIST Rev. James E. Culmer, pastor Christian family. their pastor. COLUMNS FOR RESULTSI.!
Eddie Edwards, clerk The men of the church are
3316 NW 50th Street Sunday School............... 9:30: am very busy now preparing for
Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor Morning worship 11:00: Men's Day which will take place
Sunday School......... 930 am. Westminster Fellowship .... 6 pan on Sunday, Oct. 12. The faithful I .::
Morning Service ............ 11 am chairman is Bro. James Martin YOU AUTO

BTU ................................ :5:30: pm NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. Parents, you are urged to send : 11
Evening Service ............ 7:30: p.m your child to Youth Fellowship ORDER NOW '. k}
Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30 p.m.KIELLY'S . James E. Brown, pastor Movement each Monday at 7:30 "

Bro. Vandell Bavan, Sec'y o'clock in the church basement. Call or write, we'll"I' :. 7 ,
CHAPELRev. These
meetings are helpfulto
very
"As an Eagle Stirreth Her
up all young people. come or send our
Leroy Dell pastor Nest, so Does God Stirreth :
Among His People.' More adults are urged'' to attend RepresentativeThis .... ,; ,
!Last Sunday morning three That was the topic of the mes- Sunday School. The instructors '
perhons were baptized at Virginia sage delivered to us on last are doing a very won- Is our mOlt popular '
Beach. Candidates for baptism Sunday morning. It was taken derful jab, but your presence is choir robei\ Over 80% of
Miss Martha Jackson Mrs. appreciated.Choir customers have chosen ..
were from the 32nd chapter of Deu- our .
Ethel Sweeting and Alfred teronomy the llth verse and most No. 1 will have chargeof thifci sytle. Its wide panel > ti
Steward. One person Joined our spiritually interpreted by our close meeting on Tuesday down the front hides away k '
4 Christian family and three visi- beloved assistant pastor Rev. W. night. You are urged to attend.:: the fasteners, whether It' be r.
tors worshipped with us. M. Bouyer. We can not help but Our shut-ins include: Sisters zipper, buttons or snaps.
I The Woman's Society of Chris- praise Rev. Bouyer for the work Emma Neal 1722 NW 63rd St.; With the wide roomy r
tian Service will observe their he has been doing In the absenceof Florida Butler, 152 NW 8th St.; pleats on each side thus '
annual tropical sip at the home our pastor. We are proud of Sadie Jones, 1976 NW 4th Ct.; giving the whole front a
of Mrs. Lemmle Mitchell, 1410 him as an individual as well as Adie Watkins, Jackson Memorial continuous pleated effect Sri
NW 69th terr. at 4 o'clock Sept. a minister In God's dominion. Hospital. with plenty fullness to pre .
I 21. A splendid program has been Again at our evening service we Our young people: leaving for vent gaping and wrinkling.. ,
planned and speaker for the were most spiritually Inspired by college include: Bernella Johnson The deep hem Is always \ s
} evening will be Mrs. Maedon another great message taken George Ross, Geraldine put In by our expert hem.
Bullard Instructor in our public from the book of Isaiah the sixth Lewis. Pamella Cobbs, Bethune- era, thus giving that smooth'
school system and an active chapter the fifth verse, "God Cookman College; Mae Frances evenness that pleases the o'
member! of Ebenezer Methodist Needs a Man." and most highly Johnson Tenn, State; Lena Hill, most scrutinizing eye.
Church. Furnishing the music delivered by another one of our Fla. A&M; Sandra Phil Smith.
will be Mrs. Francis Carter, beloved ministers, Rev Q. Da We send with them God's '
mistress of ceremony will be Mrs. vis. Sunday coming we are expecting blessing for a year of success. LUCKIE'S'TAILOR
II Leroy Dell. our pastor as well as his Thought for the week: "It Is
7 The public is invited to participate wonderful wife back in service not opinion that man needs, It
in our tropical sip and to with us after a trip to the Na- Is truth." SHOP
witness a fine program andsipeaker. tional Baptist Convention which

convened, In Chicago.
Sunday being the first Sundaywe School at 9:30 a.m. 6510 NW 18 Ave. .
.
,
are expecting to have Bap- The pastor will be In chargeof
) Call TAYLOR tism services delivered right both services. We extend an Phone NE 4-4136
t from our new church pool, Sun- Invitation to the public at all ROBE STYLE
day coming services will be as times to come and worship withus. A 20I
FR 9-1703 usual beginning with Sunday You are always -welcome.

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ST. JAMES A.M.E. Ungrateful FoesBy "It Will Save Time", THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People,'New.p per"

.)r. A. Joseph Rcddlck, pastor I SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 20, 1958 PAGE 'Ill
Mrs Sadie F. Dean, reporter William Henry Tuff For ANP Blonston Says

One's baneful foes
Are often these "Before you hit the starter to From visits to the dentist, and consul
He's lifted from the mire. begin your drive to your social I Suffering tation with him in case of unusual -
Their envy goes Toothache ThingOf pain. Ora-Jel Is also pop-
security office or board the bus
of
And spread like forest fire. ular and effective alleviator
to come in to inquire about your Past baby's teething pains. For thisit
Why this 1 Its sot 'benefits get the facts. Try is commended by Parents'

$, r We'll never knowIt and make certain beforehand Current thought on toothacheand Magazine and recommended by
must be a disease whether it is necessary to come pain in general Is not of the many (pediatricians. A productthat
l Since that !I. trueWha't in, and if is, what papers you grin and bear it school. These is a "must" In family medi-
cn we do may need. It will save both your tension-filled days, there is no cine cabinets and first-aid kits, z
With luch Inflratee as these time and the Government's time need to suffer from toothache, Ora-Jel can be found in all

and will help speed your pay- even when the dentist temporarily drugstores.SUFFERERS.
ments to you... cannot be reached. On a
Happenings at JamesE. journey, for example. Or in the
(!That's the latest advice from middle of the night.A .

Edward P. Blonston, manager of: handy tube of Ora-Jel stops
gyp Scott Day Care I the Miami (North) Social Security pain in a mere 20 seconds It is ..............,
District Office, at 234 NE
safe and tasteless the
and relief -
DID YOU KNOW I 79th st.
lasts for a remarkably long
The day your child enters kin- If you are one of the 12 million period. .10.1 B vs MT 1U'I'TL8'". .....,..'

dergarten is the day that he begIns Americans now receiving Ora-Jell is easy to use. It m terns ana.*KXSMA.s.serwts., UI01POaM.on.a. tasaosrw.....mm a.w,
to grow up. He learns to monthly old age survivors,' or comes in a tulbe that works as ,some tar.erost asuas o. Tws :.ewtareIsl.
4 make new friends, to do new disability payments from social an applicator as well. It is applied .arcasc, ss toss souse.. Ow000.w's .
............
+.wvncair oa stases A80ft.IP \
things, he learns more of the security, there will be more mon- by touching the painfularea '
world outside of the home, and ey in your pocket soon. Under with the tube.
The Rt. Rev Sherman L. learns to live well in a !large recent changes in the law, your While Ora-Jel numbs tooth- ;; ujl, !
Greene Sr., Senior Bishop of the group. Our kindergarten pro- benefits will be increased by ache effectively and immediately,, :;
African Methodist Episcopal grams are planned to give your about 7 percent beginning with it is no substitute for regular|
Church chairman of the General child these opportunities. the check the postman will deliver -
Board, and (presiding bishop to you early next February.. ---
of the 11th Episcopal District, PATRON'S COUNCIL .NEWS This increase is being taken care U
state of Florida, will be the of by the social security people, Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted,
speaker at St. James Sunday Parents at both centers will and you don't need to ask about Guaranteed ............................. .. ,.. $4.75
have an opportonity to meet each
the 11
morning during a.m. worship increase.
period. other and discuss plans for the your '' Late Record ....... ................. 4 for $1.00
Greene born in coming year; let's make this year '$ut If not getting
Bishop was you are 'i t"! Class Ring Luggage Watches Radio
successful than the ,
oven more .yy
arduous toil payments must apply for
Mississippi, and by you s
worked his way to the front past one.Parents. thorn before ,benefits will start. "c;t:: Guaranteed Watches .... from $8.95
rank of distinguished churchmen. at Liberty Square Cen- This now applies also to depen-
He has crossed the ocean 16 ter will meet October 9 at the dents of disabled people drawing "' DAVID JEWELERS

times attending General Coun- nursery and parents of James E. benefits. A wife 02, a depen- J ''r F t? 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522
cils and Convocations. He pres- Scott Homes Center will meet dent parent, children under 18 or
ently serves in the great Ecu- Oct. 8 at 8 p.m. at the nurseiy. disabled children whose disability -I
menical movement of the churchin began before age 18, of a
the following capacities: DAY CARE ACTIVITIESAll disabled worker may now be-
Member of the World Councilof come eligible, too under the new OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
Churches, National Councilof of our groups have gottenoff law," Blonston ,pointed out.
Churches, vice president of to a flying start in many ac-
the World Conference of Meth- tivities. There is art to relax "Persons applying for retire- SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
odism, chairman of the Board oi along with music, which child- ment benefits should bring along
the National Fraternal Councilof ren always love. Feel free to proof of age, and a record of PSYCHIC READER
Churches and chairman of come in at any time to visit withus their earnings for the current
the commission to celebrate the at either of the Centers. year, and for their last taxable'
Bicentennial of the birth of year. A wife or a widow should r, 1
Richard Allen in 1960. LEST WE FORGET bring along proof of her age, and

His life is an example of what Our day care service is extended of her marriage, and claims for I
one may become, and is an inspiration this year to include child- children must be supported: by
to the younger pro- ren in the first, second and third their birth certiflcalij.; Blon
phets of a new day, grades. A special afternoon ,pro- ston ssld.
Don't fail to hear this distin- gram is planned for these yougn- Mr. Blonston especially urges
guished prelate. sters. Parents are invited to enroll all persons expecting to retire
their children now. For fur- within the next 60 days to phoneor
ST. MARY'S W. M. ther information call PL 42326or visit their social security office -

Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporterRev NE 51441. now and check on w hat
E. A. Cuimer, pastor pro* are needed, how much
they can earn and still draw
Sunday School under Miss attend her Harvest Tea Sunday, benefits, and how soon they can
Marva Trotman continues to be Sept. 21 at 14440 Monroe St. expect their first check.NOTICE.
an interesting beginning of our Hours: 4 til 6 pjn.
worship day. The pastor preached Our pastor certainly is missed.
an inspiring sermon at the We truly hope he is enjoying this Lot my year of Experience guide and protect you through Lift
morning service from St. Mat- little vacation. And we are looking M a Lighthouse guides the ship In a storm
thew 5:7-13: "Ye are the Salt of forward to seeing him at his All Church notice MUST be
the Earth." No. 2 choir and No. post Sept. 28. typewrftten double Spaced WHEN OTHERS PAIL YOU SEE ME
1 ushers served.At and on one sheet of paper. Copy For Success in Business And Love
We are inviting you to attendour
\ the evening service the MUST be Into our office by e
women of the church took services. You are always Bsm. Tuesday of each week to CONSULT HER -

charge Mrs. Lula Ingraham read welcome.Remember the sick and needyin Insure In..rtlon.-church Editor, O You can now have your home made happy

the lesson.127th Mrs.Psalm E. K.for Johnson the scripture mod- your prayers. Get and Hold the position you so long wanted

erated a panel discussion. A .- -- - - - .,-' '- -r > S Don't Stay in the nat get out now
group election was rendered with By the help of God she can help you
Mrs. Rosa Roberts at the piano.
Those taking part were Mes- COMMUNITY Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in
dames C. Bain, L. Milton M. troubleIt
Rolle, M. Taylor, C. Roberts, S.
Dawkins, G. Wallace, R. Rob- U DRUG STORE will pay you to call and ... this lifted Medium First

erts and L. Nairn. Where thousands come yearly for help and advice, you too can
The final hymn was played by
the originator of the panel Mrs. COR. N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St. bt touched, by this strange mysterious power
M. Cuimer and was enjoyed by WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe
all. After being entertained by
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLEDCut same God who delivered Moeee and the children of Israel
the Southland Singers everyonewas
served punch and cake. of old le still alive today and will open a way for you throughthe
Rate Drugs Free Delivery troubled seas of life. Let not him that le blind lead you or

BETHEL BAPTIST COSMETICS GIFTS HOSIERY FOUNTAIN SERVICE you stumble with him.

Height SIAL TilT ICE CREAM-MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT BILLS
Richmond L>o you doubt the existence of thing because you cannot eee
Rev. L. R. Ross, Putor
SlJ. Nannette Greer, reporter Phone ?Laza 8-4703 Phone PLaza 84704C. them
What do you think of the Invisible wave and sounds that make
Sunday School was opened at M. JOLLIVETTE SR., Prop WlreleM, Telephone, Radio and Television possible
9:30 am. with Bro. Claudius
Jones In charge. Everyone came ., L -- A eeed before It sprouts, lies concealed, secret, silent In the dark

with high enthusiasm to receive ... .a ... .. ... ... . ..aa earth or womb of Nature. THERE 18 AN "UNSEEN POWER"
their religious education. The
lesson was beautifully reviewedby Therefore, acquaint y o u r- "
Rev. Felder. NOW! !! .. with the one who I I. an iW.II
Morning and evening services authority. Whose privateconsultation
conducted by Rev. Felder, "
were will evolve
you
acting' as pastor. He preachedtwo Every Sunday OverWMBM mind. 4'' '
wonderful sermons. We are to a higher date of bAll >

always elated, and honored to
'"
Information it
have such a God-sent man. He
administered Holy Communionat
the evening service.At Strictly ConfidentialOffice
3 p.m. Circle No.1. a part The People' Choice "
of the missionary body, held Its Hours: 9 a.m.-l p.m.
regular meeting with the chairman Sunday: 10 am to 1 pm.
Sis. Haydie Ferguson pre- THE SWINGINEST SHOW IN MIAMI
. siding. They had a very high Don't Write-Call in Person ,
lesson. The topic was "Work }'orLove's You Pick it-We Play it
Sake." DAILY READING $140 UP

It seems that the WJrMD in 800 ON ;YOUR DIAL
20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Bethel plan to keep their annual -
Woman's Day alive. The
captains are working like little Broadcasting with 1 Million Milliwatta MADAM HUNTER

beavers. Sis. Strickland, Captain
No. 10, had a dinner sale which Sis DON'T MISS ITU! 1657 N.W. 73rd St. Miami
was a tremendous success.
Bessie Wright, captain No.1, is
inviting the public at large to 1 11 ___"' J.J __ 1 j Jill




,.,



__ -w- officiating. Burial will be heldat
MIAMI TIMES-'The People Newipaper" Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.;

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1958 DEATHS Funeral! services fr Mrs. Edna LOW DOWNPAYMENTS

i Wooten of 2215 NW Ibbth st.

who died on Sept. 8 will be con- I '
ducted on Sort, 20 at the New
frame $750 Dn.
House of Albert . :Zion Church of Opa Locka at 1 3-bedroom

CARDS MEMORIALSIn pjn Burial will be in Lincoln 2-bedroom CBS $500 Dn.
Funeral services for Mrs mora lemetel1y.Musical.
Catherine' Range, 929 NW 55th 2-bedroom CBS $1,000 Dn.2bcdroom .
St, who was the victim of an TeaYou
IN MEMORIAM auto accident on NW 62nd si frame
Appreciation Friday Sept 12, will be held
,
lln remembrance of our dear are cordially invited to a Nicely furnishedOn
at 2 at the Church
Saturday
I Mrs Isa Dell McCartla acknowledges son, father, grandson and hus- pm 1'L I musical tea at Dixie Park Audi- J
I of Christ, NW 67th st, Rev. .
I with sincere thanks band, Survivorsare torium, Sunday, Sept 21, from Corner lot $750 Dn.
Thompson, pastor.
her gratitude to the friends and JESSE LEE REMBERTwho husband, a 3-year-old 4-b i/m. The tea is being sponsored
: a
loved ones for their comforting departed this life Sept. 18, daughter, mother, father, two ,by the Young Matrons of Chas. H. Pyke
expressions of sympathy during 1957. We miss you. sisters and three brothers. Mt. Olivette Baptist Church in
her hour of bereavement. Special The Family Interment at Evergreen Ceme honor of their :2nd anniversary. realtorPL
thanks to lodge No. 926. tery. Many of Miami's outstanding
IN MEMORIAMIn artists will appear on the pro- 7-8151
THANKS gram.; Please come out and join ,
CARD OF loving memory of the late, Mrs Amnie Mae Nottage' of
1220 NW 67th st., died suddenlyat us on the memorable occasion. 1

The family of the late, her home on Friday Sept. 12. .w:+I"N: .'iil:;- .."""' 1.'II'.7..rt"'TII.-' ,",. ..,.,...,t'N.J"-- . ....._,'_rrrrw!'lIo 1
TALMADGE SELLERSwish Funeral arrangements are Incomplete .
sincere thanks at this writing await-
to express ;
and deepest appreciation to the ing two daughters and a son $795 DOWN
friends for their kindnesses from Tennessee. Other survivorsare
many rendered during their hour of a husband, a daughter and

sorrow. Thanks especially! to the son-in-law. CBS 2-BEDROOM, PLUS SLEEPING PORCH .
Range Funeral Home, and to the
Rev. Samuel Gay for their services

Again: we say thanks. Range . Tile Roof Kitchen Equipped Near Our Office


CARD OF THANKSThe Mrs Amelia Ambrister of 1450( ONE EASY PAYMENT

NW 6th ct., died at Jackson' Me
family of the late morial Hospital on the eveningof .
REV. JAMES E. COLEMANtake Sept 11 following an extend,
this method of thanking ed illness Mrs Armbrister is a
their many friends who were so (pioneer:: Miamian, having come TRIO REAL ESTATE CO.
very kind throughout the many here from the Bahamas over 50
years of his Illness and at the years ago. Chapel services were PL 9-8372 801 N.W. 54th St.W1.m.1r'.asn .
end which came Wednesday conducted on Thursday, Sept. 18

morning, Aug 27 at 7:20.: Pastor Rock of Bethany Seventh : VTg *KWP>' 'gTrHt *f1iyW'vUJa-yy..,.,.;: ,"tar"-L'--
Special mention goes to Mt Day Adventist Church officiated,,
Zion Baptist Church, Rev. E. T and burial was conducted at -

Graham, (pastor, Mt. Calvary ',uWILLIAM '' Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.
Baptist Church Pompano; First p" r''
RAPHU S. WILLIAMS
Zion Baptist, Deerfield Beach CHARLES TURNERwho Arthur James Carter of 4807

Mrs. Blanche Ely, principal of departed this life Sept. 21, NW 25th ct., died at Jackson
Blanche Ely High, Pompano, Mrs.Mrs 1957. Gone, but not forgottenWe Hospital on Sept. 16. He is survived PRIVATE FOR HIRE
Cora Rawles, Pompano; his mother of Jackson
loved you dear but Jesus by ,
Gussie Wright. ,Garden Ft Lauderdale and Civic, loved you best. Sleep! on and 'I Ga, a sister, Mrs Laura M. .
the Friendship immediate take your rest. Childs of Miami. He is now lying Ambulance ServiceFRanklin
Club and many of our Mrs. Bessie Turner, wife in repose at the chapel. He

neighbors.Our to those Mrs. M J. King, will be sent to Jackson for final
thanks also .go
mother-in-law rites.Dr.
3-5900
ministers and churches of the

Florida East Coast for presentationsand Associationand Murderer Confesses John Harvey Smith of 2153 I
auxiliary
Home NW 6th ave., was pronounced HAVE CAS BEFORE YOU CALL"A
Funeral :
to the Range
dead arrival at Jackson Hospital
10 Cents Slaying on -
efficient service.
for such cards .I on Sept. 16 Dr Smith was
telegrams,
The flowers,
.
to the oldest physician in this area
too numerous
and cars individually are for that and has lived here more than 30
mention asking all to years. He Is survived by his
are
reason we accept our sincerest widow, Cleomie, a brother of Living Service For The Living"Range
please and appreciation for all Booker, Fla and other relatives.
thanks He will lie in repose at the chapel

-courtesies Mrs. A.shown.M. Coleman beginning at noon on Friday "and Funeral HomeOSCAR

And Family on Saturday morning at 7 ajn.
will be taken to Ebenezer
Methodist Church where he will AND ATHALIE RANGE, Owners
IN MEMORIAMIn He in repose until funeral lime.

.Final rites will be conducted at PHONES: PL 4.7468PL 1.1331
loving memory of our hus- 3 I pm .with' the pastor, Rev.
band, father and grandfather, k Aaron Hall officiating. Burial
CLEMENT SMITH will be conducted at Lincoln Oscar Range, Licensed Embalmer Funeral Director
who departed this life Sept 8, f Memorial Cemtery,

1957 Gone, !but not forgotten t" 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami, Florida
It has been one year since you ; ; r Mrs. Alice Bethel of '6828 NW

have been 'gone, but it seems like : 18th ave., died at Jackson on -

yesterday. Sept. 18. She is, survived by her
(Mrs Merline Smith wife ...
Husband, Enoch, three sons, a
Mrs. Clementine Williams, daughter, a sister. Funeral services -
daughter will be held at The Church B. Solomon Funeral Home
It Donald and Daniel grandson Ankins, I of the Incarnation Sept 22 at

itr 10 &m. Father Elisha Clarke
(Established 1928)
-- -
will officiate
IN MEMORIAM ; --I'
JACKIE HAYWOOD Dignified Personal Courteous Service
I . victim of 10c slaying I' Shirley Mae Mitchell of 5100 ,
In sad but loving memory of: I NW 23rd ave., the young daughter -
our dear husband, father and By STANLEY SWEETING of Mr and Mrs. Woodrow Funerals Within Range of Each Budget
grandfather, : A shot blast In the neck after Mitchell W4S. pronounced deadon
MR. GEORGE WALKER I an argument over a dime, ended: arrival at Jackson Hospitalon
\ who passed away, Sept. 17, 1933. the life of a man early Saturday. Sept. 15. Funeral services r -
,"' Sleep on dear one morning, Sept. 6. services will /be conducted at the
1 Amd take your rest First Baptist Church of Browns 315 NW,16th Street Ph. FR 3-1440
,
1 William Bernard Haywood, 27,
We love you but ville on Saturday, Sept. 20 at
Jesus loves you best. Korean War veteran, lost his life 4:30: pan with the Rev Brown
;' (Mrs. Rosa Walker when a '38 caliber 'bullet shot
And Family from the gun of James Thomas tif mic Mioun
);. Rash of 1461 NW 4th place, penetrated
"' his neck from the rear as
t \ ,;': IN MEMORIAM he walked out of a sea-food restaurant
.J' In memory of our beloved hus. at 240( NW 14th St. The The House Of Albert

J, band and father, assailant escaped but was later
captured by Officers Stubby,
: Westmoreland and McKinney, '& a
: Rash confessed the murder.It "The Funeral Home of Distinction"

:e ..,
",' was reported that Haywood,, sympathetically offersA
(popularly known as "Jackie",,
had dropped a ten-cent piece on 5-Point Media For Any Type Burial
iy the floor, of the restaurant as he

., attempted to play a record oa \ p Inspiring ,Chapel Services
the box The dime fell to
the luke: but was picked up by .v ,,! ",A Service For Every Purse
Rash' who claimed it was his.
An argument followed, but as ,>VeWorry{ In Your Sorrow ; -
Haywocd started to leave the ,1 'c
1 place, he was felled by a bullet Shipping With Care

from Rash's gun. Quiet Dignity Sure .
1 t
illaywood, whose funeral was
held Sept., 11 from St. John 7
,
Institutional Baptist Church, wasa Small Enough. to Know You ..

'f 1 ABRAHAM JOSEPH THOMAS I Booker T. Washington High '" Big Enough to Serve You .
/,. who passed 6 pt3, 1957. School grad and a popular figure -
disappointments, among the younger set. Bur-
i' Life Sorrow has too many, so ,hard to bear; ial took !place in the City Ceme- Lester C. Albert, Funeral Director .

before us, tery for veterans.
Hi the way
I \ I But And ,we trod hope to Met him there. Among survivors are a wife\ ,, 6942 N.W. 15th Avenue PLaze 84707THE
I Louise Thomas, Eartherine, a daughter, his parents
Mrs.. Mary
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j a t Alfred. Abraham Jr., .. Mr.*.*.*and, .Mrs.""f's George''44", .. .,,''It Hayswood. ; .: _" __!.-"---.-!" !- .' :!c'
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Bethel Ready ForMen's THE MIAMI TIMES-'The People Newspaper"


Day SundayGreater I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1958 PAGE 13

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Bethel AME Church I I- -

is all Men's
ready for its annual
i Day observance, which will beheld
| on Sunday, Sept. 21. The
'I'I day is destined to capture the
I community spotlight in local
Church circles. ,

I "The Ro'e of Christian Men in :.

h Our World: of Tomorrow; is the .
appropriate theme selected for
the day. and all indications pointto
Patrol Service See arid Compare the fact that the theme \v'll : :
be enacted in a very excellent
Arthur Mathis a'hd ValueLot
Roosevelt Cullins manner. I .
Phone NE 3-6633 45x140 city water, corner.! JUDGE PEARSON SPEAKS
Lush trees, like paradise. Three I

bedrooms, car porte, separate r Dade County's popular Circuit : .
Reliable Party kitchen, dining room living I Judge Ray Pearson will be the : .

Wanted to service and collect room, utility room. Use your lot principal speaker at the morning: '
from established route offending as a down payment services which will begin at 11 +i
machine 2395 N.W. 68th Street o'clock. One of the finest messages r
: Working capital necessary
from BARON JE 8-1340 ever heard on an occasion _
$400 to $800 In cash. 0 r" J.
Write to Continental Distributing Open 3 to 5 p.m. of this kind, is in store for all' I ? who attend the service and hear 1 14 the
Congre-
Co., Inc., 4418 Pershing, Fort Sunday, Sept.
i
Worth 7, Texas. Jude Pearson. The Judge will gational Church Fellowship accepted -
address from
another fine AttyArrlngton.
be introduced by Atty. L. E. a $500 donation from J. T.
FOR RENT Thomas. Brown, a member, to match $500
WANTEDYOUNG In charge of music for the day which the church group had
GIRL Household BY SUMMONS Guest soloists will be Arthur are Alonza Kelly, Arthur King, r raised to start their building ;
King Frank Clifton John Cal- fund. This new Fellowship had I
helper. Weekends Abraham Henderson, Timothy
only. Saturday 4-BEDDOOM 1 bath home at
loway and C. C. Miller.A its beginning in May of this year
Savage and Dr. James E. Hogan.
and Sunday. Two in
Miami
family. 2028 NW 5th Place. $30 a week,
Beach. JE and is the 1 first of its kind In the
1-0606. 2 weeks In advance. 50-voice all-male chorus
-I 1 The public is invited to Greater State. The Fellowship officers are
POSITION WANTED- day or night will furnish music for the morn Bethel on Men's Day. Dr. G. Mrs. Marie F. Brown, chairman;
EXPERIENCED CLERK with Phone HI 4-2448-1 6-0173 ing and evening services. W. Hawkins is general chairmanof Mrs. Frances Tucker, vice chair-

general knowledge of office ARRINGTON EVENING the Men's Day committee. man; Hiss Enid Curtis, secretary;
routine
Nathan Ezell, treasurer; Kelsey
Will do light
typing. Cor-
SPEAKER
rine Baileu, NE 5-6818. FOR SALE L. Pharr, assistant treasurer; Miss
Ellen Tucker, church school sup
Rooming house 62nd St \
Atty. Henry Arrington will erintendent.
FOR RENT steak) at the evening service at
NW. Up to $90 a week income Drive CarefullyLIVE
7:30.: The congregation is in for
2-ROQM APT Completely furnished USHERS UNION
7 The
rooms, 2 baths.
Brownsville
area. Call PREPARESFOR
NE 4-3933 weekends. Reasonable ; value is in the lot locationnot AT THE BEAUTIFUL ,
I 26thANNIVERSARY
FURNJSirED Modem room, the old house.
cooking facilities available, 1986
NW 57th St., Ne 4-1290. Booker Terrace Motel

'Nice one family house,
FURNISHED APT. for rent In
Liberty City. PL 7-7963. 62nd St. NW. This is a lot SPECIAL PART DAY
I
FURNISHED HOUSE or room, value business site. These TRAVELERS RATE
1975 NW 57th St. Phone NE
5-8406. properties went up $1,000 a I $5.00 Double Occupancy

BEAUTY year the last 10 years and
PARLOR in good location j AIR CONDITIONED
Call FR 4-5913 will go up $1,000 a
Friday or year
I
Special Low Summer Rates for Permanent Guests
Saturday (day
or night.) S27 !
the next 10 years. INCOMING TELEPHONE

FURNISHED ROOMS, near Phone PL 1.8779 CALLS
downtown. Aipply Cozy Rosy', FREE ELECTRICITY, GAS
527 NW 5th ave., or call FR 04
4-2708. USE OF SWIMMING

-i I POOL

FURNISHED couple in ROOM private for home singleor NE *1,495 NEW CBS Cash NEwton 5-2581 4200 N.W. 27th Ave.AME5' .

5-8915. 1960 NW 58th St. after
4 p.m. Lovely 3-bedroom CBS, ter-
razzo floor, corner lot. Easy
FURNISHED. Private efficiency payments. "Ilf

adults. Free lights, gas water and $12,990 Total
telephone. Also parking for your
car. Phone PL 8-0792. TERRIFIC

I $1,695 Cash DAVID HUDSON

EXTRA LARGE ROOM con 5 & lOc STORE . President.Founder
$13,500 TotalNear
verted into kitchenette. Private
bath private entrance. Call after 57th St. and 12th Ave. 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481 The president and founder of
4 p.m. 'PL 93380.FURNISHED. Equipped with stove and refrigerator the Ushers Union Association ia
I Two-bedroom CBS, hard announcing the approaching 26th
NICE ROOM in wood floors, easy terms, see today anniversary celebration.
Bunche Park section of Opa LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN
Locka. For single man only. Ph. CBS DUPLEX David Hudson, head of the or*

NA 1-6634. $1,495 CashOne Girls' gym suits ............ 2.60 : Boys gy shorts ............ 1.00 to all members and the general -
DOUBLE! ROOMS. $10 weekly. side furnished. Income one Girls' sneakers ............ 1.93 public to celebrate with the
............ 1.98Boys'
Boys' sneaker
Mae's Guest House apartment, $95 a month. Excel I Union on Sunday, Sept. 21, at
2170 Washington lent terms. Girls'I socks .................... .29 3 o'clock when the anniversary
St., Opa Locka. R. S. sneakers ............ 3.88 will be held. Activities
Jackson Mgr. Ph. MU 1-3619. $13,500 Total I Folders ea. .................... 09 program, Luke
will be held at St. Baptist
04 Boys' socks .................... .49 Church NW flth ave., Rev. P.
I Gold Coast Realty Pocket dictionary I ........ .."".3 ,
W. Williams, pastor
ROOM. For !nice Christian couple Boys' Jock strap ............ .87
1620 NW 67th St. PL 7-7135. 4301 N.W. 2nd Ave. Marble Back Comp. All officers and members of

FURNISHED PL 1-2426 Book ........................ .29 Boys' tee slut ................ 39 the association, both juniors and
Efficiency apartment seniors, are urged to be ,properly -
AU modern conveniences. JUST(ARRIVED: For baby boys and girls-Diaper sets, dresses, regaled and on time. The short
Located near two ''bus lines, 3268 suits sweaters and bootee program to be held will be highlighted -
NW 46th St. Call PL 8-4433. by a sermon to bo

FOR RENT Simplicity patterns, Money Orders, dress materials-Sold everyday //preached by Rev. William. l
FOR SALEE 'Monday thru Friday, 745: a.m. to 7:15: p.m. Saturday till Members are asked to meet at

FLAT BASSE 9 p.m<-Cloeed Sundays. Mt. Zion Baptist Church, NW
BORN In good
condition. See Alonzo Kelly, 2 & 3 Bedroom Apts 3rd ave. at t>Ui st. at 1:30: p.m.
1475 NW 67th St., PL 1-3171. Oliver's Cornet Band will escort
week the group from Mt. Zion to St.
$6.50 & $7.00 WITH Paul where activities will be held.A .
For Sale by Owner HAS T&OULE special invitation Is extended

2-BEDROOM furnished home to all pastors and members of
,
Arch Creek
plus income 3-room furnished all churches in the Greater Miami -
cottaye. Corner lot. Must see to Colored Subdivision area to come and help In
be appreciated 1395 NW :58th celebration.
Terr. Phone PL 1-0877. ... .. '
121st St. & NE 12 Av t '. of! ;" 1& .


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DR. LONG'S CLINIC I there is plenty of work in 5-bedrooms furnished

general health service walking distance. KSSSSrr-nE Down
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REDUCESpecial Apt 16 1* $Ia 685Brownsville

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NEW PICNIC $300,000 RAISED

Students to Demonstrate
FACILITIES AT FOR SAVINGS


VA. BEACH AND LOAN ASS'N
for Integrated Schools

Something new that thould Greensboro, N. C. A cam-

Plans under discussion for -a for young people to register their paper merely, but a total vote for provide plenty of pleasure to paign by local citizens to get
student demonstration on the desire for integration and equal- democracy; will symbolize the many !persons has been added to $300,000 in subscribed deposits
school issue !became official today ity in the public schools of our fact that since 1954 mere than the facilities at, Virginia Beach, required to open a federal sav-
with pulblic announcementof nation; will demonstrate our 300,000 children have entered integrated the Dade County Park on the ings and loan association reached -
the Youth March For Inte- : unity with the embattled child- schools; will be a moral Atlantic Ocean Just over the : the halfway mark last week.
grated Schools, to take place Sat- ren of the south who strive hero- challenge to the small minority Rickenbacker! Causeway from
urday, Oct. 11 in the nation'scapital. ically to defend democracy in which is determined to use confusion Miami, according to Daniel J. The Organizing Committee
education; will enable White intimidation and terrorto Johnson, manager. headed by E. E. Smith, local
The announcement was in the (people of goodwill, north and of defend the old order. Long a favorite spot for church, morticians, has procured sub-
south to not piece
cast a
form of a Call Issued jointly by school, fraternal and other group scriptions from charter memberstotalling
Mrs. Daisy Bates, Mrs. Ralph J. picnics and outings, until recently -
\ in the first
Bunche, Rev. Martin Luther King such affairs have been $152,933
; Jr., A. Philip Randolph, Jackie THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE stinted by the lack of more mod- month of its efforts. The group
: Robinson and Roy Wilkinsall 1958Good ern facilities and the wearingout has six months in which to procure : -
1+ of whom have agreed to serve as 14 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, of the older ones. Now a the full amount of subscribed -

j honorary chairmen. large, modern concrete picnic deposits.The .
: One thousand Negro and White shelter, equipped with two four-

: students from fourth grade thru .-.. --.r. ...... ....... ......... ...-- ..-...... r.-.V"O....., .......... ...... ..........r. way, party size grills: or barbe- amount was swelled by
\ college}. are expected to converge cue racks and three inside tables $32,715 with subscriptions at amass
..; on Washington for the occasion. capable of seating 60 has replaced meeting held at the local St.
They will come from Eastern Morning JudgeNews the old wooden shelter Matthews Methodist Church on
:, Seaboard States in special buses I used by thousands in years past. last Tuesday, night.
sponsored by churches and civic
Z, groups Already, In New York, I I From Miami's Municipal Precinct Court i In addition to the large grills, L. E. Austin, ,publisher of a
two churches and three unions 'equipped with sturdy cutting Durham newspaper, delivered the
have agreed to sponsor buses JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON, PresidingBy there are two serving tables each main address. Speaking from the
A minister, a teacher and a Elliott J. Pieze, Times Staff Writer boards. Running water is avail- subject, "Discovering: New Fron-

parent will be aboard each bus .. ... ... ...... .. ............ able at the shelter and electric tiers Rediscovering Old Ones"he
A special children's committee I... .... ----. --.... .... ... e sopuojd; jq3U{ aqsut sjqJji said "the institution, planned

headed by Representative Bessie A moderate total of 80 cases instrument so hard that he became -1 pleasure. Parking for hundreds here tonight, marks the new
Buchanan has been establishedto I of automobiles is provided with- frontier for our people of Greensboro
was listed for trial in Municipal so shookup that he was ,
make these arrangements lot. and the beginning of a new
Court Sept! 8. forced to buy some vodka in order -
"
In Washington the studentsled the of to himself. Cooper I economic foundation for them.
Disgusting was case rec<>mlPose> Johnson states that the new
by Jackie Robinson holdingthe Clarence Hall, 31, 423 NW 7th added that it was the vodka: picnic shelter, which is known Other speakers .appearing included -
hands of a Negro and a White st. and Percy Collins, 22, 417 NW that got control of him. Both Hall out charge in the nearby paved C. C. Spaulding Jr., insurance -
child will first go to the Whit 7th st, both of whom were charged and Collins denied' using profanity slightly smaller but just as mod- official and a memberof
House where an interview with with disorderly'conduct by but the officer's case was so ern shelters Nos. 1 and 2. are the board of directors of a
President Eisenhower will be using profanity. The annoying incidents convinclniT that Judge Johnson available ,by reservation every savings and loan association In
sought. They will then march occurred Saturday nightin found all of them guilty acd Jtoj 00'84 JB apaM atn uj Xep that city; J. S. Stewart, Durham
down Pennsylvania Ave. to the front of the 8th Street Bar at fined Hall and, Collins $15 or six at, number three, as well as the City councilman and secretary-
Capitol where they will presentto 450 NW 8th st., according to Of- days each Cooper was also fined daytime me and $5.00 for 7 p.m. treasurer of a savings and loan
six congressmen their own ficer Amos Roundtree who was $15 or six days. Saturdays, Sundays and holidays association, who spoke on the
declaration in defense of the U.S. the arresting officer. I until 11 p.m. picnics. Except on history of these organizations
Constitution.The Roundtree told the court that Among other cases heard and wj pojuaj osts we soajtaqs{ aq Thomas Hairston, Winston-Salem
demonstration will climax he received a call to go to the disposed of were the following $4.00 on a half day basis. credit union official and John
with a mass rally of the students bar to investigate a disturbance. Daisy Harris Williams charged Langford, High Point, attorney,
at Lincoln Memorial during Upon arrival he was told by the with reckless driving, orderedto J. A. Tarpley, principal of the
which the students will express bartender that a man in the bar attend traffic school on Oct. 7, Advertise It local Dudley High School, pre-
their own views on the Issue of named Jessie Cooper was heavily 8 and 9.Roosevelt. Pays! sided.
school integration. under the influence and was
The March, according to the causing a disturbance. The officer Watson charged with
official Call,, "will provide a way -said that Cooper was so carrying concealed weapon ((8
drunk that he was forced to place knife) fined $50 or 20 days.
him in the police car to await DONT WAITS
transportation to the (precinct. Rufus, Woods, charged with the
!Roundtree further said that disorderly conduct by using pro- \
VELVET TOUCH while awaiting the patrol wagonhe fanity fined $15 or six days SCHOOL BELL
saw and heard Hall and Col-
Jessie Cooper charged with
lins in front of the bar letting ,
loose with a volley of profanity. being drunk fined $15 or six BHhg t. to ch&fo. .* achoolNOWGfc
The officer said he arrested the days. .... in___. to|Did...
two men. .......................:' J
In his defense Cooper told the
court that while he was In the Drive Carefully JOHNSON AND SONS .
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IN OUR SCHOOLSBETHUNE I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1958. i PAGE 15


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ELEMENTARYOn DUNBAR ELEMENTARYCliff G W. CARVER Sunlight Chatter Bo* ASTHMATICS!

Want simple, effective cilia from
Thursday, Sept. 11 during Mitchell director of the The student body of George Here we are again to enlighten choking racking bronchial, aatb- ,
the regular assembly/ hour, Sgt.. Dade County Educational Tele- Washington Carver High wishes you with news of the Sun- matlo spurns Get genuine
Adams of the Sheriff's Depart vision program, was speaker at to welcome the following, teachers lighters. Breatheaay Ma what you've
ment installed 27 patrolmen and the September PTA meeting held to the faculty: Mr. Martin, i anew been mlaalngl' Th....'. no substitute -
the following. officers: John last week at Dunbar. An attrac- basic education teacher, Mr On Thursday, Sept. 18 marks Inhalant
*
for original Breathaaay
Marks* major; the captains: Rob tive audience of parents and pa- Brown the new dramatic! the destination of our senior and nebulizing aet. Oat
ert Wilson Winston Stevens and trons filled the cafeteria for this teacher and Mr. Cooper, the new students who have completedtheir Guaran-
Rosa Wilson; the lieutenants. first meeting of the school year. band director. They have begun basic training In beauty comfort by braathlngl 1.'N11
John Copeland, Maxine Terry, their teaching careers at Carver culture. The Instructors and stu- tted.
Andrew Hopkins, William Parks Miss Amandah Franklin serv- with a .'big bang and have Fitted dent body pf Sunlight wish to J A. J DRUG DEPT. STORE
and Eugene Williams; the sergeants ed as program chairman of the themselves in just like the older extend the best in business opportunities 1410 N.W. 62nd 8L, MIamI Pla.

: Linda Adam Judy first grade group of which Mrs. members of the Carver faculty happiness and suc-
Blockers, Christopher Booker Dolores Bethel is ,trade eha'r-: and are getting along fine with

and Alonzo Paschal. man. Howard McMillan, zone 4 the student body. cess.To all our ill students, we wish
Getting our children safely to supervisor, a platform guest was Mrs. Frankie Rolle, who is in you a speedy recovery with cosmetology 1a I
school and 'back home again -Is introduced, as were the faculty charge' of the'majorettes and the in bed. I

one of the most important objec- and aides, totaling 47 this year, cheerleaders, has begun to practice Oh, our last week debate vni
tives of the school. There are and including ten new member.. the ,girls and boys for the very interesting, about "Educa-
dangers of accident and injury ia' Mrs. Pearsall brought\ words of coming game and the first of :our tion and Money," which continued -

every life situation. For these greeting and expressed, appreciation games of the season. this week. J. R., Taylor. was
reasons, there is an urgent need to the speaker. She also On Thursday morning Student our invited guest.Fashionetta .
for a good strong patrol of boys thanked the PTA for the lovely Council Officers and Patrols were
and girls that will help to insure bouquet which they sent for the installed to their offices and The senior students -
certain protective measures of opening of school. The first duties. are sponsoring a fall tea
safety. .grade group won the attendance The Student Council has Issued and hair style review at Sunrise
banner. Leon Kelly, PTA president a new constitution which the Clover Club Ft. Lauderdale,
The installation ceremony was directed the business ses- Student Body has to approve ol September 21, 4:30: pjn. Everyoneis
quite impressive and the solemnity sion of the meeting. by voting towards its abolish- cordially invited. For information -
of the occasion seemed to ment or its usage in the school. call FR 49998. The school
show more than words can express Dunlbar PTA members give Clubs and their sponsors are homecoming! week and graduation wgTrthe r
the seriousness with which proof that they are more than busy preparing for this school exercises are but a few
these girls and boys accepted card-carrying members when year. Students are privileged to weeks away.
their responsibilities. Mrs. Ver- five graciously answered the cal join such organizations as the : Those who are in the contestfor
neka Silva, is chairman of this for parents to serve for three Y-Teens, IIi-Y, Audio Visual the coveted honor of "Miss

splendid group and the mem- hours on last Friday morning torel.ease Aids Club, Oratorical Society,, Sunlight" are working very hard up
bers of her committee are the Mesdames Brown, Bryant History Club 4-iH, Library Book further information will appearin
following: Misses Barr, Butler I Thompson and Vickers and Worms Club and many others. the news from time to time COMMUNITY DRUGS
and Mr. Davis; Mesdames Best, Miss G, A. Bethel for an arithmetic I The football team here at Until next week, bye, bye.
Cunningham and Johnson. conference with Mesdames Carver or the Hornets, intend to (Rosa Shannon, reporter 6760 N.W. 15th Are.
Among other new personalitiesin Nesbit and Portier. Orchids and become the city dhamps again
our school are Miss Joan I deep gratitude to Mesdames Eve- this year. Coaches Nathaniel
Spence a first grade teacher and lyn Prater, Margaret Jones, Naomi Powell and Nathaniel Rolle are

Mrs. Catherine Eckbert, our I Lawrence. Dorothy Storr busy coaching the boys for their PREPARE MODERN YOUNGSTERSFOR
Wilcox whose
school nurse. We welcome them and Mary prei- first game with the Northwestern
into our large Bethune Family. enoe made possible special instructions Bulls ACTIVE
available to this group'
In conclusion the student body
Saturday night, at the home of of third grade teachers
like wel-
and to
faculty would
Mrs. R. (Howard McMillan Mrs.
Sylvia Espy, faculty and
the 7th graders the
members interested in music met Troy have been with our faculty come and
other'new of the student
to make plans for rendereding during the past two weeks in comers kY1with
services in the community. Be- the areas of curriculum and body.Ellen Bethel
of this there is reporter
cause group, usually reading.
very good rapport estab-
lished between the communityand Finger painting was carried: out to
family was happy wecome
the school in general. swiftly on last Wednesday afternoon -
and Thursday morningdue Mrs. Mayme Williams who: returned with .Holsum

NOTE TO PARENTS: to a schedule worked out by to her post as chairmanof '
Mrs. Swann and Mr. Malloy of guidance after recuperatingfrom QILDIIEIi! love meal.
"A thing of beauty is a Joy an auto accident. Others W' '
the fifth grade
forever." .group. recuperating, are Mrs. Frances \jt time when lunch-
Ernest Bethune was in chargeof
We are thrilled at the way you the first Monday assembly Carter and T. O. Savage. Both boxes include better-
send children to school. are in Jackson Memorial Hos 1
your program for grade 3-6 held the
They look simply beautiful I past Monday. Joan Storr of MrsSowell's pital.Who tasting sandwiches.
Nothing in the world is m o r e 6th grade class was will be Miss Tornado is
the question on the lips of some Nutritious Holsum
beautiful than a clean girl or soloist fur the brief program on .,;
boy. Please keep up the good 60 candidates and their :;upporterSt -
which Mrs. Pearsall spoke. The contest began Sept. Sand ; L ? Premium Quality
Leslie Thomas of Mrs. Brown's3rd
work.W.. C. Cogdell, principal grade class and Gloria Cal- will end Sept. 29. The lucky Bread always means
Mazie R. Edge, reporterR. young ladies will receive honorsgalore
houn a 6th grader from Mr. flavor!
and her homeroom will/ k extra good
Cook's class provided the
receive free to one nome
MOTON passes
R.
tional program over the I 1VO-1 game Each contestant may secure -
this week.
address system
The Moton family greets you Clora M. Pearsall, principalB. a season pass by reportingover
All thirty-nine faculty and staff $23. Help your lavonte,
members look forward to another now!
successful and profitable year T. W. HIGH Help the newspaper staff by

New teachers with us this year Dorothy E. Jenkins, reporter placing an ad in the newspaperfor ovG
are: Mesdames Christina Carter, this year. Thank you. It paysto
and Jewel Senegal. Misses Erma Lovely Delores Rioks our Miss advertise.

Adams Francena Bruton and BTW, will be crowned Thursday, _.'MIT*...M UIAMM >.
Iris Williams. New teachers of September 25 In a special cere- I | .lt THIM
the opposite sex include Messrs mony at 9:30: am. in the audI- MtlMMMSERVE
Rudolph Adams, Walter Frier- torium. Her attendants will be
son and Moses Poole. Also as- presidents of all organizationsand MUSIC
silting! as aids to the educational representative from grades HolumBreul
TV area are Mrs. Verdelle Long 7-12. Delores a charming mem- l IT WITH
and Miss Roxie Matthews. ber of the present senior dies, O MOUU I..r..nrtl
I was elected by the student body MUSICMUSIC
ETV
the
Incidentally, program
last spring to reign for the 1958-
began last week and from all indications -
59 school year. She Is a member -
it should prove to be of GIrl Counselors. Athletic STRENGTH SERVICE SECURITY
beneficial. Mr. Rich
essentially Association, Dramatics Club. The
ard ETV resource

teacher DeVeaux report and all,that other the persons accep-Involved ceremony public is invited in the to auditorium.witnw the with Tee Jay, Central Life Insurance Co.

of Florida
Representatives
tance of the ETV program by the Co. visited the Rockin'
Power and Light Rogers
l Cuplls has been very favorable. Homemaking classes Sept. 8. Your Friendly Company
Even with the change In previou'everyday
demonstrated the of & Louise GriffinThere's
schedules, It is almost They care
impossible to note any change in stoves and ovens. and prepareda 0Offerings
meal. The demonstration -
the pupils' behavior. We are all quick .
by all homemaking -
enjoyed
was
of the
manner
extremely proud
of the
classes. Sneaking
in conducted.The which. this program Is being homemakers, members of the Music 20 Year Payment Life & Educational Endowment

Child Care classes are glad that Endowment at Age 65 at Age 18
teachers of the first and the nursery hat been remodeled. Aplenty . on
second grades were fortunate in Classes for the little tots began Paid-up Life & 20 Payment Life

having Mrs. Hazel Troy assis- Sept. 3.Season. Endowment at Age 6$ 15 Year Endowment
tant reading supervisor, meet opener for gridsters will
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the hard-hitting Tornado -
with them in separate groups or. feature
Tuesday Sept. 9. Mrs. Troy discussed squad against Tampa's Mortgage Redemption 15 Payment Life

reading techniques and Middleton High School Satur- Health Hospitalization 20 Year Endowment
the Teacher' Plan Book. This. day. Sept. 27 at Dorsey Park. YOUR DIAL -

visit was quite profitable and Kick-off time is 8:15: p.m.
enjoyable.The Sixty-four will don the orange Home Office
school black and put their best
remainder of the and
year has all the signs of benj play forward to clinch a spot 1416 North Boulevard, Tampa, Fla.
a banner year for us as the on the main string. Coach Ever-
groundwork was so efficiently ett has announced that hi is Branch Offices

laid during the pre-planning( : pleased with the poUn'lal this BRADENTON OCALA
period. Detailed planning anJ rear.
execution! of ideas and events Two thousand nlnety-lwa< is DAYTONA BEACH ORLANDO .
during this time were administered the magic number at this writingof FT. LAUDERDALE PANAMA CITY c

by our very able and cap- school enrollment. This number Radio Miami FT. PIERCE PENSACOLAJACKSONVILLE
ab'e principal with assistancefrom is three less than what was ST. PETERSBURG
all members of the faculty.It expected for the February peak.
is with this kind of leadership Principal Williams indicated that MORE PLATTER LAKELAND TALLAHASSEE
and cooperation that we help to many more students from other WEST PALM BEACH
build good solid citizens of to- states have come early to take LESS CHATTERALL
morrow. advantage of a full year's tram- DAY LONG! THE TIME TO INSURE IS NOWHAPPENINGS

Linnie W. Fannin, principalDorothy ng. I
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''PAGE 16 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1958 my teachers have also "helpedme HARLEM SQUARE
SCORES HIGH ON to develop my talents.

,\i WINS $3,750 IN PU ZZLE CONTEST MERIT TESTTWO score Second of 93 with, George a total Little percentile scored 'SWEET FULL LINE OF SHOPA GROCERIES

c _._ OTHERS CITED highest in word usage to rack up
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iflI . performance in the qualifyingtest rated highest in social studies I 208 N.W. 10th Street
,. for National Merit Scholarship reading with 86 points. I

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Scoring 70 in ,English usage, 81 T
in mathematics, 98 in social
,'? studies, 96 in natural science
reading, 93 in science compre- STAR MEAT MARKET
hension, 95 in humanities and 99
in word usage, Culver set the
pace to lead 17 other partici-
pants. 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
PH; The son of ,Mr. and Mrs: C. .
r Sullivan Culver, Caesar's ambition -
Is to become an engineer,

: His hobbies and are chemical making experimentation model I THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS: SERVICE .

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airplanes. Caesar noted that 0
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;f r high scre( he replied: "I feel
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By STANLEY SWEETING I graduated from Barringer High S4'' .
I of Newark, N.J. Later she attended 1"1,,! st1t :u:
A White girl ana a Negro woman I Upsula College in East .. "t n.:
shared honors In winningthe Orange. Her son is a second l ,. :
Miami News Cashword grader at Dunbar Elementary ;2t :
puzzle jackpot of $7,500. photo by Johnson ; M % ' :.}Jte'Jt .:
Both Martha Martin, 14, a student :. ;-i M .}t ti .
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at Southwest Senior High Featured "., :Ou":
at CapitolRufus
School, and Mrs. Erma Latimore, =. f p n!
a cook for a Miami Beach fam- .... ;; eiiiitD'
ily, were happy listeners upon
learning! that they were co-re- .n3 y1.1t1 J1 !t. : .
cipients of the cash award. :"' 11' :..u...: I
The prize, the newspaper's J.'Z:01t
largest to date, was the first to : \ :
be won In 14 weeks\ Out of a & m..
total of some 50,068 entries received I nIo
by the News during the ": I
winning week, only two of them r
were correct Miss Martin'sand

:Miss Mrs.Martin Latimore's., who lives at 11194 I qj t, -- I:th:!

NW 3rd St., had been exertingher Iwtl a WHY PAY RENT ?
efforts for the past two years t
before a win; Mrs. Latimore, of 5 4 4S ____,_ ,- C ":

mented 1756 NW for 5th four ct.years., had experi- 'A. ' 5': s4 NEW! HURRY! ::1'u Jt

.Martha expressed delight in NO CLOSING COSTS .UY....1 WHY PAY RENT? Jt''
seeing so much money. During
her visit to the News 'building, f"
she exclaimed, "Gosh; I've never Only $4954BEDROOM Down ,
seen so much money before!" 0 I
Her mother, church, and educa- I
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tion will share in her good for N J JI ,
; tune. I See Mr. Martin at '1481 N.E. 154th Terrace. 'Mi ami's most beautiful
Mrs. Latimore, mother of a ( Beacham, popular local residential area. Close to the largest shopping center in the South. 'ns,
1 six-year-old son, Xavier received band leader, who is featured in I City Water. Best Buy I! 'Jttrj !
lots of ribbing from the picture "Wind Across The I s i1t!
friends because of her determi- Everglades" which opens at the
nation to win the Cashwords. Capitol Theatre Saturday mid- $895 DOWN CBS $2500 DOWN TILE ROOF al r!

Paying up old bills and educating night, Sept 20, and plays. thru ,, this clean 2-bedroom Terrific location. No closing'costs, ,,2t
Buy very
her
foremost
son are in her Tuesday, Sept. 23.
expenditures.The Queenie, the sensational lady home, off N.W. 17th Ave. City 4 and a quarter per cent mortgage f2t
, daughter of Charlie Collins drummer in Beacham's band, also water. Closed garage, landscaped which includes the insurance and ;
I, and the late Mrs Arsula appears in the picture. One Nice area Clo.eto\ bus, shopping. taxes. Nicely {landscaped, car-j
Mincey, Mrs. Latimore Is a member of Beacham's own songs "Lonely i I- porte 2-bedroom, 'owner left for ,,2t{
of the Church of God in Boy Blues," Is played in the pic California. Mostly 'furnished with ;ltg
i', Christ, Elder Daniel Arline ture. -
I pas-
Edison Dn. 1
te tor. Her husband Is Elige Latl-! Beacham's band will also playat $1295 Mortgage stove and refrigerator, city water, }Jt''
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amore and her main hobby Is a special Teenage Dance on iii Center Schools no other house available in this eU
reading. Tuesday night, Sept. 23 at 8o'clock !fJr}tt See 1019 N.W. 64th St. 2-bedroom, area. See 1865 NW 57th St. Inside ;F}t4 i
t::. Mrs. Latimore attended Booker at the Harlem Square iJ only 1 mortgage to pay. $17.50 only shown by appointment. Our iJt}
T. Washington High_ School and Ballroom. Teenagers are Invited 23 week pays all. Fenced all around. Mr. George will have open for in. ..n

; e City water, close to bus, shopping spection this Sunday .1.6 p.m., If =11. I

you desire a clean piece of propertythis fu''

TV SICK ? H NEW $995 DOWN CBS is it. First deposit will hold. tf t

t X11# Custom built '3.bedroom.CBS Move right in. 'Priced right. Hurry 1 e'Jr l
1 I home. See our Mr. Stroub this Sunday i
:n 1.6 at 3026 NW 51st Corner Income 3 :Apartments ..Jt
p.m.
Then dial
FR 4.2044-9 9
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a.m.
p.m 5ti Terrace. Venetian Blinds, shower Terrific location, city water, bus on1P'corner

SAME DAY SERVICE r 4 doors are included. ''No closing all fenced in. Good rentals, }Jt.
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ALL MAKES ALL.MODELSPicture .21. ,
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: J 1t $795 DOWN See 5734 5736 NW 17th. Ave.1t!

Tube Special 1. New 3-bedroom CBS homes now Good income city water, 1 mortgage iU
being' built on NW. ,18th ave. and
to Bus terrific
pay. on corner, IU}
\ 17.inch-$22,95 21inch29.95 t 153rd st., Opa.. Locka. Built-in oven location. Shown by appointment. =fu''
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and ''range, tile roof.. See sold Priced low. ;
I I M 1 samples at 1755. 1763 N. W. s1t
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