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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: September 27, 1958
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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plan set forth by State ini 1b"> ichf-oli' to which\ they

I Rep. John B. Orr this week tot might be entitled to, assignment
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gradual and peaceful desegregation bemuse of res'dfnce,
of Dade County schools Is Orr bellevf thit a stud+rt t
getting solid backing from influ- legislature elected ,by the students \
both! ,
ential sources as a concrete plan and representing
I. f with merit. races, could work out an acceptable *
'Biggest piece of news came procedure for desegregationThe
from Rev Theodore Gibson militant legislators would be chosen}*.
state NAACP head, who offered from the top third In scholarship -
to advise dro;>ping all and would have to have the ,
o pending court suits and applications written permission of parents-*.to,f
for admissions to White stand for election.

schools if the plan is accepted The' student legislature wouldbe
by the school board. advised by a committee of :
There it little doubt the school adults appointed by the School
board will accept the plan. So I Board.
3 x3WI far they have come up with no
I Typical: comment
of their own and a beginning -
plan White high
: ; is leaders in the city's
somewhere necessary
would be schools was that of Miami Iligh'QEddie
A student legislature
school stu- Fleck: )
chosen by the high
dents, both White and Negro. "Everything we hear is about
Then the student legislators what: adults think It's about time
would work out a plan for gradual the students got a chance" to express -
acceptance of Negro students their opinions.

j 3 Bandits Draw- 45 I

r--v-Mrs. Kate E. Whlckam, presi- D o r i I Beck of the Variety tion of Negro cosmetologistswith Years in SentencesThree

dent of the National Beauty Culturists ) Children's Hospital !In Coral chapters in0 states, Nas- I
League at the conclusion Gables, and the Rev, Theodore sau, the West Indies, South -
of their 39th convention looks I R. Gibson, president of the Miami America and Africa The Miami bandits, caught last'
with justifiable pride at the Branch of the NAACP. Also convention set the stage for the Auf. 10 in a hail, of buckshot as Sheriffs' Discuss
National Citation Award from the f recipient of an outstanding i opening gun In their campaign they left Whltestone Sundries, ,
'f the National Foundation for Infantile citizenship award from the NiBCL for 10,000 new members. 2298 NW 38th St., were sentenced Numbers Racket
Paralysis. The award was was (Daisey Lampkin, treasurer : From left to right: Mrs. Daisey to prison terms Wednesday enforcement officials
made to the Beauticians for, their of the Pittsburgh Courier Lampkins Mrs. Doris Beck, Rev. Criminal Court Judge George Top law reward, Palm Beach '
constant support throughout the The National Beauty CUlturist Theodore Gibson and Mrs. Katie E. Schultz gave 20-year terms to from( Dade! counties conferred
years. Holding the award is Mrs. League is the largest organiza Whlckam Porter Rolle and Thomas L. here and Wednesday In a closed door
Breamfield, and a fiveyearterm racket.
to Amos R Dean, who hada session on the numbers meeting of the
The regional

I 4 Student Transfers Denied tective Witnesses lesser M.criminal E.testified Crane record., who that lived De- Florida Gov.swap LeRoy information Sheriffs Collins Bureau and has ideas was ordered since to

nearby snub-nosed, ran Into.58 the revolver shop witha and a stronger crackdown on the

numbers operators.
saw the three armed Negroes

(Parents of four Negro children - taking $146 from a clerk. ATTACKER
Crane wheeled and ran backto GIRL
were denied transfers to a
school Thursday at public hear- Alabama Governor to his room, picked up a shotgun FOUND GUILTY
ing before the Dade County I and caught ,the three men
A Circuit 'Court jury returned
School Board. just as they' were fleeing.
Joe Hall said If the Ne- Wilson The detective pumped shots at a verdict ofgoUliYagalnst Fer-
Supt. Jimmy
assigned to the Or- Save the fleeing bandits, wounding man Le. .5l| cbargc with raping -
groes Schoolat ", Rolle in the leg. The three gunmen a ppleiL;11-year Id girl.
chard Villa Elementary I Is
Alabama Gov. James Folsom
abandoned their car in Th e f 1 was brought in
this time the "tension and resentments reported ready to save the life of
flight, but managed to escape. Ttr ay fternootrba
would be transferred
race. the man sentenced to die for a conun&tion\I
wit it r 'rcy.
to the school situation." The four children concernedwere $1.95 robbery.
cull dug himself a deep hole Sherry Joseph, 6, daughter Jimmy Wilson was sentencedto e ..*! had'bcen before in\\prokreis
when under. questioning' of of Mrs. Ada M. Joseph, 8350 NW be electrocuted at Killby Prison Four men all Negroes, have been sin onday Juqge /Jlar-At-
NAACP attorney G. E. Graves, 14th ave.; Irene, 7, and Jan Glover in Montgomery for the night executed for the crime since the J ofd inn, Assistant ate rd
he admitted that race was Involved 8, children of Mrs. Irvena robbery of 82-year-old Mrs. Es- law was enacted.The torys Irwi Block an
in the barring of the Negro Prymus, 1275 NW 55th at; and telle Barker. Folsom this week case has drawn world- Swaprosecuted the
children from the white Gary Range, son of Mr. and Mrs, said he would talk with Wilson. wide attention. Secretary of State LeA6f, 2 271 NW.,M ftd was
the rl who
school.Thursday's. Oscar Range, 5727 NW 17th ave, Alabama, law specifies night John Foster Dulles not long ago accuse bf raging wheel ,chair
hearing was held robberies capital offenses. Max- inquired about the case In a was drova._
under provisions of the Pupil All children live within two imum penalty Is electrocution. telegram to Folsom. last July,

Placement Act a law designed' blocks of Orchard Ville, School

to help school boards preserve and about a mile from Holmes

segregation ban Negroes by permitting from White themto Elementary where they were as- Stars Lead Wisconsin Against Miami t Jv

schools on grounds other; than signed.

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<( T W-WP the University of MiamiHurricanes
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meet the Wisconsin N IN
NAACP ''MUST FILE AGAINJudge F. ; 1 j estimated
(Badgers before an
,, 56,000 fans In the Orange Bowl
tonight, they will see two star

I Won't Role on ;. K ( j Negro Conference players from the Big Ten ro,

A definite starter at right end I .
1 I will be Early Hill a 103-lb. sen-
Arkansas Leased'Schools lor from New Rochelle, New
York Hill was a terror on de-
I fence last year and caught any

Fort Smith Ark.A federal vancement of Colored People passes thrown near him.
district Judge rejected. the liked would mean his passing on Sid William was the Badger's 'II
NAACP's request Thursday to the constitutionality ,of three Arkansas No. 1 quarterback last year, may
tell. the Little Rock School BoardIt laws* > r start tonight However, Sid has ..,
can't lease four closed high tie sail one federal 'district # r been shifted to lefthalf to make
schools for operation as private, judge cabot do this; It takes better advantage of his running a
segregated institutions. three. He said the NAACP will ability and leaving the QB spot t
have to file an entirely new suit to Dale Ilackbart who is a shade
IDs decision apparently cleared attacking the constitutionality of better passer than Sid.

the way for the reopening of the three laws, one of which goes Sid. lt*3 the schools possibly as early as
back to 1875. honor student
Rock, Ark. Is an
Gov. Orval
Monday, Faubus said earlier that he expects in chemical enjineering. He and
to evade the U. S.
the schools to be in opera- Hill are seniors.
Supreme Court's integration de- tion as early as Monday, whethrer team has headquarters
crees. private or integrated. The .,. The Wisconsin Hotelon
U. S. District Judge John NAACP probably could not file
Miami Beachphotos courtesy I
that to rule the a new suit and get a three-man EARLY HILL quarter M ':
E. Miller said as df Miami. . ., 1 1I
. end Univ.
National Association for the Ad- court to rule on It by then. starting rlgM I !
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PAGE 2 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1958 Segregation is Hurting

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Southern Credit r'?

America's ,) <<
Key W est Southernmost City I Schools Can Hardly .II interest rates have climbed.

I Investment bankers realize : .

---- By FRANCES E. PALMER .. Launch FundsNEW I too that the NACP will fight
any questionable practice by
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ment Banker he's shied
ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED may be an Important factor in says
L. A. Sends
$4,000 from southern schools for
deciding whether or not the away
Mrs. Rowena Pinder, 210 Olivia -
".;rlvate corporations" posing as two years now and will continue THE LIGHTER BOURBON
St., announces the engage-
For NAACP LifeMemberships school (boards can get off the not to put up any money In that Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whisk6 Yn.OW
ment of her grand daughter,
Audrey Pauline Sawyer, daughter ground ,or not, is ths almighty I I I direction until the segregation 86 Proof.Ancient Age Dist Co.,Frankfort,Ky.
problem> is settled.
dollar. Southrn credit
of Mr. and Mrs. Erskine
Sawyer, 740 22nd St., West Palm has been hurt /badly by their
Beach, to Pfc. Simmie Aaron New York,-Checks totaling handling of school .-
Martin Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs much so that it's highly ques- THIRD AVENUE REALTYHomes
$4,000 were presented to NAACP I
tionable If the "private corpora-
SirrHmle A. Martin Sr., 905 21st I
St., ,West Palm Beach. Executive Secretary Roy Wilkins I, tion" as set up by defiant Governors and Lots for sale in all areas of Dade County
Miss Sawyer is a '58 graduateof this week by Dr. H. Claude' can raise the funds with
Douglass High School and Hudson of Los Angles. The I, which to operate. Reasonably priced LISTINGS WANTED
Pfc. Simmie Martin is a '57 grad- checks represented (ayments on Funds for schools are mostly
uate of Roosevelt High, West life memberships collected by Dr. I i I gotten by floating (bond issues. 742 NW, 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4.3297
Palm Beach. I Hudson in the Los Angeles area. Fearing the effects of prolongedcourt
Pfc. Martin Is now serving in ruling and controversy, S. Hutcheson, Jr., Registered Real Estate Broker
the Army. He is a paratrooper many bond holders are beginningto
stationed in Germany with 504 Advertise It Pays! i dump school issues. Moreover, -
Airborne Battle Group.
Police detective thought she making me lose my Job.
WEDDING BELLS I suffered a persecution complexand Mrs. Curry couldn't seem to

iMr. and Mrs. William Butler, Dr King Stabbed thought by stabbing, King: hold a Job. She travelled In many I
721 Elizabeth St. wish to an- ; 'Hie: would listen to my (problems parts of the south, with different
nounce that the wedding of their because I've been followed In families-not staying anywhere,
daughter, /Shirley Glorina, who busses and people have been longer than a few months.OTE .
will ,become the !bride of Kermit Woman "DerangedReasons ---. .
Saunders Jr., grand son of Mr.
and Mrs. Bruce Blunders, 724 -
Thomas St., will take (place at I Many But you should /them n a colored
Trinity' Wesleyan Methodist store?" And another version was
Church Saturday, Sept. 27 at 6 Are IncoherentNew "I've been after you for six
pim The rites will be performedby years."
Rev. George W. Allen, pastorof York-(CNS)-So many Dr. King, was seated at a deskin YES
the church. No formal invi- different reasons were given as a roped off area to the rear of
tations have been Issued but relatives to why Mrs. Izola Ware Curry, the department store L. Blum-
and friends of the coupleare aged 42 and weighing 151 lbs:, stein's on West.125th St. He was
invited to attend the cere- stabbed Dr. Martin Luther King. autographing, copies of his new
mony at the church and the reception with a letter opener, that Police book with several waiting; in line.
which will be held immediately Commissioner Steiphen! P. Ken-! Many people were near him ON THE AUTONOMY
following the cere- nedy closed down all explanations when the woman stepped througan
mony at the home of the bride's I with the fact that she made evening and asked: "Are you
parents. many "incoherent" statementsand Mr. King?" Then when he AMENDMENT
appeared deranged. answered she stabbed him.It .
Mrs. Susan. Manuel Corker of 'Reasons cited at first werrt appears that she didn't
Jacksonville, who spent her vacation "You have caused enough trouble know him and had no intentionof
here visiting her mother and suffering",'-"I haven't been meeting him at the store.
and family, Mrs. Carolyn Manuelof able, to go to school because of Following the stabbing in the upper TUESa SEPT1 30
902 Thomas St., returned to you." Still a third said she told let side of Rev. Kind's chest,
her accompanied by her husband, Ira store signing autographs when: remarked "I'm glad"
Coker, son", and slsterlnlaw' Miss
Vergie Corker. I. ------- And Save Our CitiesSponsored

Word has been received by REACTIVATION HEALTH CENTERHours

Mrs. Charlotte Ferguson, 716 : 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.-By Appointment by
Chapman Lane of the death of

her brother, John Lavong, who SERVICES:-Swedish Massages, Whirlpool Baths, Therapeutic SAVE
died New York City.
Batha, Colonlc Irrigations, Elactronlc Spot Reducing, Electronic
Lavong was a well known Key
Wester, in Miami and W est Facials, Facial Massages and Packs, Light Therapy, Toning OUR CITIESDr.

Palm Beach. He was a retired Therapy, Rubdowns, Rehabilitation Therapy, Mechanical Gym I. P. Davis Charles NorthDr.
Pullman Porter for many years.
He leaves to mourn a sister, Sue Harris, R.N., P.T., Director Willie C. Coffee, Masseurer G. W. Hawkins ,Elliott J. Pieze

Mrs. Charlotte Ferguson, several W. O. ,
Perry ,Bert Jackson.
nieces' and nephews. Phone FR 3.3381 276 N.W. 6th Street

Huttoe For Slum


Iluttoe, Miami Metro
candidate, came out strong this
week for "slum clearance that BRAN& NEW!
will avoid the creation of new TV REPAIRS
glorified slum areas of concreteand

"We'block.must also establish a IN BEAUTIFUL

Metro department for housing,
and urban development as soonas NO CHARGE
possible," Hottoe declared. I
He pledged to work when selected -
for quick action in getting Richmondlleights3 If we can't fix it in your home
federal urban renewal money. ,
"A strong Metro can convince
government officials we are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.-Sunday 10 to 3
ready to start work on a county
wide plan, including elimination BEDROOM HOMES
of slum areas in Colored sections
," Huttoe sail. .---
Huttoe is for a modern high- IMMEDIATE DELIVERYNo
way and thoroughway system to ALL WORK GUARANTEED
relieve our traffic congestion; for
development of water and sewer Qualifying Necessary
systems; for equalizing standardsof Pick-up and Delivery-No Charge
fire and police protection and
for (reservation of civil service 900
and pension rights for city and $ J2
county employes.
6 TK CoP.e a
,For Prompt, Efficient
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'.,Dade to THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"
play Lake Shore SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1958 PAGE 3

TonightAt t, aN
8 p.m. Friday night in Dor- STATEMENT REQUIRED old or distributed, through the
sey Park the Miami public will THE ACT OF AUGUST 24, 1912, malls or otherwise, to mail subscribers -
witness a worthfilled with action AS AMENDED RY THE ACTS I during the 12 months
between High and OF MARCH 3, 1933, AND JULY preceding the date shown above
Lake Shqje: High. {K >?, 1946 (Title 39, United State was: 9,327.
North Dide: coaches state that i Code, Section 233)) SHOWINGTHE Garth C. Reeves,
rush fine players as Louie Roger OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT Business Manager /
' : right half; Willie McCoy, AND CIRCULATION OF Sworn to and subscribed before -
center and Freddie Gaskinv center THE MIAMI TIMES published me this 17th day of Sept.,
guard, are capable of bring- weekly ,at Miami, Florida for 1958.
ing the ,bacon home this time. 8 Sept. 30, 1958. M. Aathalk Range
The Thunderbirds will let loose (My commission expiresOct.
their win'is on Friday night and VM t The names Bind (addresses of 22, 1961)
capture the victory for dear ole I the publisher, editor, (managing
Ncrth Dade. editor and business managers are: Brownsville Patrol Service
Lake Shore is expected to be rmbli'her, II. E. S. Reeves;
very strong but we are hopefulof , ." ." 144 NW 69th St., Miami, Arthur Ma thIs and
bringing home the victory on Editor, H. ''E. S. Reeves, 1424 Roosevelt Cullins
Friday night. NW .69th St.Managing Phone NE 3-6633
Mary' Ashford 11 ( editor, Garth C.
Mary,Cummings Reeves.ami. 6851 NW 13th Ave., MI-

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orthfesternSpeeds: Re v' s. IB51 NW 13th Avenue,
by Carver Maim!

i The owner is: H. ,E. S. Reeves, 1
HornetsA 1424 NW 69th St., Miami.
The known bondholders,
good*,denfense and
and! other security holders
on ,breaks, the Northwestern gaees
Bulls defeated the Carver owning or holding! 1 percent or
High of total of bonds
Hornets mON amount ,
14-6 last Friday at Miami
Stadium. mortgages, or other securties are: "I'. '.
: Ncne.
!Both teams were scoreless until
The number of
the second average
quarter Northwestern
; each issue of this publication
scored. The Bulls" halfback Rob-
ert Hlnes set the . _.. 2\\laeli2\
up touchdown - - - --------
when he smashed off Carver's
left tackle and ran 70 yards be- FK 9.1703 THE MILDER BOURBON
fore he /was brought down on the Kentucky: Straight Bourbon Whllk.,.. S tit.OIT'
15. Three lays Oaten! halfback h Call TAYLOR 96 Proof.CAncltnl Aft DisL Co., Frankfort K,.)
James Tellis went over from the
1-foot line. Halfback Freddy
Jones added the point after I
touchdown 'via plunge over the Mr. and Mrs. Frank All of Rest. The couple now reside at
Carver left tackle. 357 Vi Hammond Road, 426 NW 14th ave., Ft. Lauder- DELUXE TV
no, announce the :pompa-I dale. Edwin, a graduate of Dil- 1
Late In the same period, the their daughter, Florence Antoin- lard High has been recently dis-
Hornets got into the scoring col ette to Edwin Variance, son of charged from the Marine Corps. 1208 N.W. 62nd, Street "
umn. Following the recovery ofa Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Variance Florence is a junior at Florida
Northwestern fumble on the Beach. The reception A&M University. offers
Dclray I now
Bulls'45k the hornets began to I
was held at the beautiful Elks
move. Quarterback Leo Williams $1 dU TERMS ON TV
passed to fullback Cyril Clark .
for 42 yards and first
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the Bull's 3. On the next play Sunshine I. day program on the grounds, Plu. Part.

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was Center Breaks I the whole is asiked
Midway In the ,final period, the to support this all public day ,program. Picture Tubes ,,,,,,,........,,,,,..,,...,,.., $25.00
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a Carver was a sunny day and many i
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1958,! Rt, {yw4 KILLER GETS gree Judge; Ben murder.C. *Willard Wednesday( sentenced and

him to 20 years in state prison:
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20 YEARS 7 7A
I The Negro shot David DuPree,
Criminal Court jury con- 38, of 3658 Day Ave., Coconut
victed Jthn Pendergrass 36 of Grove I last April 5 during an
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Entered at Second Class Matter., August 9, 1927 at the Port Office at
Miami, Florida. under the ,ct of March 4, 1876H

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YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK ; The Sund-iv: Srhon of he Mt 9M
vet Baptist Church, 1450 NW
THE AUTONOMY AMENDMENT, : 1st court, U presennn us fl5\', > ?ix
nnnual tea Sunday, Sept. 28 from
Tuesday next Sept. 30 voters in Dade County will 4 to 6 in the dining! area of the
again vote on an important issue-the Autonomy Amend- church
ment. In short, this amendment to the Metropolitan Miss Gloria Braynon, memberof "
Charter Curtails the powers of the Metro, and in t h eopinion ':ie faculty of the Booker T. x :,
Washington High School will be
of Metro's supporters, practically destroys it, hr: guest speaker.
If you believe in Metro, you will vote NO. Miss Braynon's experiences
1hc.Dade; League of Municipalities argues that pas have been many and varied. Nota I wI
sage of the amendment will not destroy the effectivenessof single person should miss this 1

metropolitan government, and the league and city official gala The affair program: Is being given in i:I
are going all out in support of the amendment.If interest of the church building I
you are in favor of the amendment, you will vote fund.
The public is most cordially

YES.Voters have heard both sides, they'will( now decide. invited.Mrs. Andell Mickins, Supt.
the( Miami Times supported Metro from the beginning Rev I. C. Mickins, pastor
; :Voters favored Metro on three occasions. After

considering what we have heard on boith sides, we see. OES Matrons to
no good reason to change our opinion.. WE WILL VOTE

NO. Present, RecitalThe
In this election., you will also be electing., a state
representative in Group 2. The contest is between David Deborah OES Matron's
Club Mrs. Harolean I
Eldre'dge and ithe enjoumbent> John B. Orr, Jr., who Stuart presents Storr in recital on Sunday 1 "
seeks re-election. We are supporting Mr. Orr. We believe Sept 28 at 4 pm. at Masonic I *
him to be an honest and conscientious legislator. In Temple! 1741 NW 3rd ave. Mrs.

fact he has already proved himself, and even those who Stcrr known, a native Miamian and well 'd ,.... ""'" ._n.... _'..b ''''''''..... :'1t."'". "",,",,-" .."""" j__
not support him admit this. You should elect Mr soprano, will sing the all
may ,
Orr. time favorites including classics Above is a picture of Rev and Mrs. C. H. Smith and
fo k songs, are songs sacred selections -
others at a surprise birthday dinner given in his honorat
Running for committeemen are Dr. Elmer Ward, and spirituals.
Charles Williams, Sam Monlcur, J. Lang Kershaw and ''Mr B. Louie Rolle who is the home of Deacon and Mrs. Burie M. Woods, 2465
Dorothy Bivins. president of the club promises an NW 5&th Terr. The dinner was given by the members of
enjoyable evening for all. the church which he i is pastor, Jordan Grove Missionary
Baptist. The dinner was well attended.
;" A FEATHER IN LABOR'S CAPLast Personal MentionJames

Sunday the AFL-CIO unions in cooperationwith
Clarke of Mr. and
'the Jewish Committee's National Labor son
American : Mrs. William Clarke of 1927 NW
Service-! made a report of a two-year survey of Integra- 69th terr., entertained his friendsat
tion in 16 ,labor unions 'and drew a contrast between integration his ninth birthday party Sun-
problems in education and labor in the South. day Sept. 21 James is a fourthgrader

The survey is particularly interesting at this time tary and at sells Liberty 100 City Miami Elemen-Times
when some schools have been closed rather than be integrated tvt.ty week.

while others continue to wage legal battles to,
perpetuate segregation. Here are some excerpts from the r
report: Widow Must Sell p

The city of Tuscaloosa, Ala. which is the home of a
Goodrich Rubber Co. plant, serves as the focal point of Nearly new CBS home

one example of the contrast. ., 3-bedroom, tile roof

At the nearby, University of Alabama, rioting pro- Full price $11,490
tested enrollment of Autherine Lucy, the university's first THERE ARE ONLY TWO QUESTIONSYOU
Cash down $890
Negro student. MUST DECIDE ON SEPT. 30TH

At the plant, a local of the Rubber Workers', Union 4613 SW 24th St.
struck for five weeks because management fired a Negro.
"When the union, won at arbitration," (the study Carver's Ranches No.1. DO YOU OR DO YOU NOT "

continues, "the Whites carried their Negro fellow-work- Call JE 1.5973 WANT TO KEEP YOUR CITY?
er back into the plant on their shoulders."
And .the executive board of the local "promptly condemned # i;
Those Who Have Enough Civic Pride
tt the riot," at the university.
David McDonald, president of the United Steel- FOR RENTBY In Their .Municipal Achievement Will .

workers of America, says in a statement on ,the study: Vote "YES' For The Amendment
"Our union is encouraged by the fact that unionsin SUMMONS ..

the South, and even some management, have been 1 Four bedroom all CBS apt. Air It ;.
able to produce concrete evidence that Negro and White conditioned centrally located There U. No Middle Ground I INo.

workers can belong to the some union and work together 63L2 NW 18th ave. $35 per week,
harmoniously in the same plant. 2 weeks in advance. 2. 'DO YOU OR DO YOU NOT !

"These advances should help illustrate to millionsof FOR SALE BY SUMMONS WANT TO HAND YOUR
Southerners of good will that it is possible to achieve bedroom 1 bath home, beautifully FUTURE OVER TO THE .
peaceful And fair solutions of tensions and problems landscaped. NW 60th St. ,
arising ,out of segregation," McDonald said. Very fine neighborhood. i' "CLOSED DOOR" COUNTY ,
Price $11,000 ;',
$1500 down-Balance like rent
Beautiful bedroom home on
Saturday in New York City, Izola Ware Curry, corner. lot In beautiful Orchard Those Who Have Had Enough Of The
a maid, stabbed the Rev. Martin Luther King with i a Villa aeetlort Near school _nd
i: "I Don't Give A Damn"
five-inch letter opener that she had concealed in -thefront transportation' City water streetlight Commissioners
of her dress. She was also armed with a loaded nlahed., sidewalks.. Completely fur. Will Vote "YES" For The Amendment!

automatic pistol. Price $13,000
Rev. Mr. King was taken to the Harlem Hospital $2,500 flrt down payment
where at this writing he is convalescing.The Balance like rent
wound was inflicted by this unknown woman
bedroom stucco home NW
while King was, autographing copies of 'his book '"Stride 74th' Terr. Near school and trans
Toward Freedom" in Blumstein's Department Store. portation. Full price $7,950.
The woman said: $760 down $65 month
"You ,made enough people suffer in''the, *last six'
bedroom .
\: nearNW
years; I have to do ft. >71st at. Price $7.950.
Strange action for one who had never seen Rev. $750 )down $70 month
King before. For these specials call

Poor soul, she must,, have been quite confused' day or night
OuV'hope is that this progressive young minister will Phone in 4-2443-TO 6-0173

soon recover;


-.. .. THE 'TIMES 'The Peoples ;
rTrTTTTT1B n IOBrr.--r. ; -- Bethel Ushers 8th MIAMI New.paper"SATURDAY 1

'Annual Tea Sunday I SEPTEMBER 27, 1958 PAGE 5

Richmond Heights FlashesBy j CHAS. L. WILLIAMS -' .-.
. QUiet speaker '
in whole life and as
Frank Wilkins event my
Usher Board No. 3 of Greater '
ORA D. TALYOR Bethel AME Church cordially long as I shall' live I shall. re.member. -
.. r D&ISPHI!! invites you to attend its eighth Says Thanks ." '

LET US VOTE Stumo many other ministers and friends annual Tea on Sunday afternoon Plans for this celebration was
speaking and band wagons have joined to make the occasion Sept. 28, in the Flamingo Roomof born when Mrs Ethel Evans
their place in politics. They let great. The cornerstone laying by the Mary Elizabeth Hotel, 642 I Graham wife of the pastor,
us know the candidates views local masons was impressive and NW 2nd ave., from 4 to 6 pan thought seriously of an Individual
and platforms. They Inspire us historical. The collection was Guest speaker for the occa- I who has given his whole self to
to select our choices. Yet, thereis over a thousand dollars. The pas- sion will be Prof. Chas. L. Williams the, church and to the community.He .
a most controlling factor tor and members are happy and of Booker T Washington is never too busy or too pre-
going to the !pOlls to vote. Many inspired to continue the excellent High School' His message prom- occupied to lend a helping hand
good well begun ises to be most Inspiring. when is needed. It the
men and warren have met building program it was
defeat because we did not take Mrs Florence Washington is feeling of all concerned tha
time out to cast that all-impor- Pres., Mrs. Bell lIezekiah, Chrm such generosity should be rewarded -
tan vote. We leave that for the GROWTH\ There is much Social Com, and Mrs. Alice Glass in the here.
other fellow.. Thus many !persons growth in Richmond Heights. We Clark is Program Com. Chrm.
are defeated because of our neg- have some (fine homes under Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor .... Immediately, a committee, head-
lect. This happened in our recent construction and others will be Miss Oretha Allen, reporter ed by Mrs. Graham, proceeded to
voting. Mr. Orr and other built. We have lots now availableand make plans for a surprise birth-
worthies were not victorious because can arrange the kind of I day ('arty A profession of love
some of us were not thereto nome you want. We also have VOTE FOR. n.. 'fill<, ...-"'.-. and esteem for Bro. Wilkins was
cast that vote. If we did not some old homes for sale, some I . I expressed by the large crowd
have this privilege we would be with car pones. Come out or call _'. \" ,,,'....,,,,.... "......". ,,,x, Frank Wilkins, Janitor at the who attended the affair. A delicious -
clamoring for it. We have it so Our office is in oar residence, Mt Zion Baptist Church for the repast was served and the
let us go to the polls on September i4bl Ol j-ancom Boulevard! phone \ past 16 years president of the honoree was showered with gifts.
30 and prove that we are C!: 5-4246. Usher Board for 22 years, said, :
loyal American Citizens By all "thanks with all my heart to the'
means, VOTE.CON'V'ALESIQ'NG. Real Estate memibsrs:: and friends of the Mt.
ar Zion Baptist Church who joined FR 9-1703
in he! celebration of my birth-
/ :! We are Board MeetsThe
diy on Thursday evening, Sept.
proud to note that Phil McKenzie 18 It was the most memorable Call TAYLOR
of 14800 Pierce St. is at home Dade County Real Estate '.
convalescing after an illness of Board will have a luncheon
two and one-half months. meeting en Saturday, Sort. 27 at
Friends are requested to visit or Hotel Sir John Each broker, -
call. Mrs. McKenzie is an instructor salesman, investor or property .
in Spanish at Booker T. manager is requested to be pres- ,
Washington High School. ent. Our special guests are
I brokers and salesmen from Brow- r .
ard and Palm Beach Counties.
Martin Memorial AME Church
dedication. Sunday was an ideal The agenda Is interesting. The ,\ ,
Drinks thin
day in weather and inspirationfor luncheon is beginning at 1 pan never taste
Richmond Heights. Congrat-
ulations are in order for Rev. AGENTS SMASH l"
Albert Jones and members for with GORDON'S Gin?
the fine achievements over the
past months. The saying, "work- 4 STILLSFederal _It 1 I
ing like beavers" fall short of
describing the rapid pace they and state agents
have made in producing a beau"* swooped down on four illicit riason
tiful building dedicated by the moonshine stills in Dade County II
Senior Bishop of the AME Wednesday, arrqsted three operators Executive Committeeman N h why GORDON'Sbestselling
Church Bishop Sherman Green seized one truck and District 18
lie was nobly supported by Pre- destroyed 2,250 gallons of mash. Precincts 40, 41, 42, 48 & 47 Is America's
siding Elder W. B. Coffee, A. P.

Postell beautifully and done the Music Gospel was one Arrested Negro, in Leroy the Brewer big raid, 234 was of Pull Lever 24AOn N gin I IHOW.

choir of Greater Bethel AME Goulds, for possession of a 240- Tuesday, Sept. 30
still and 700 of
Church, Miami The Rev. S. A. gallon gallons
Pd. Pol. Adv.
mash, near Talbott and Hainlin
Cousins, pastor of Greater Bethel
Dr. South Dade County
Rev. Turner, Rev. Perry and ,

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When elected CHARLES HUTTOE will work for
Join Us To Say So With SASSO "slum clearance that will aroid creation of new flo-'

rifled slum areas of concrete and block." .P ;'

Pd. Pol. Adv.
Pd. Poi:" rrwM
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was calling on all A. M. E. members
AME Church in Florida to give their memberships
to pastors so,'that a report -
Over 400 MembersThe could be made during the
Annual Conferences to be held
Eleventh Episcopal District soon
of the A. M. E. Church in
Florida reported that more than The recent accomplishment
400 memberships had been submitted was the result of a voluntaryeffort
to the NAACP throughits by A. M. E. ministers and
efforts at the State Tri-Meet- presiding elders in Florida to
mg held in Jacksonville, Florida. help raise the number of
August 211/ The announcementwas NAACP members in the State.Speakin ,
Rev Mr. S. A.
by the
for the State Confer.
Cousin, chairman for the Church *
ence, Rev. A. Leon Lowry, president -
Drive for NAACP of Miami.
i said that Rev. Cousin was
V'y h i r' : r+ a W Bsncp Sherman L. Greene,'doing a remarkable job to assist
i-re-vidlng Bishop of the District, I I the NAACP in its fund raising:
: stated that the church would I!I and membership deveio:,ment
continue its effort and that he program.

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a vase with a little water, says PAGE 6 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1958 -""" "".......' __ _,._ .,""
the above group of students of
the Flower Arrangement class at
Phyllis Wheatley School. View. n"wrr.----r-rrw
Inq flower display show reading ,. rr..Mr--
left to right are Mns. Emma 1
Sweeting Mrs. Elizabeth E. Johnson J I
consultant. Mrs. Mar y .
Reeves, and Miss Joan Marks,
not seen In the picture Is Mrs.
lona Dukes, Instructor of the I _------ ------
classes. L.---------

Any adult can take courses In
Flower Arrangement, Sewing,
Cooking. Millinery and Ceramics
bv registering for classes at
Northwestern Senior High or the FIRST-TIME OFFERI
center nearest you. For further
Information call PLaza 45491.

Oct. 4 Is NationalNewspaperboy

Saturday. October 4. Is National ; s
Newsnapertoov Day . a S a !
day set aside!' to salute the ac- t hors NGnot,1
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market t>la<'e. It Is the eve the Walk Over Gods Heaven"
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and the people It serves.
The Miami Times a'sTrs! 'that vnu i \
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bovs . for not only are they : t
symbols' of the free Americanway a
and life under our free-en- I
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper


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Southern Beauty

Congress Meets in

BirminghamOCTOBER ass;

Ala.-"Service Is
Your Most Important Product"is
N the theme of the 13th annual
meeting of the Southern Beauty
wongress show to be held in this
:ily October 26 through 29.
% Southern Beauty Congress is :
I $ ''b he Soath's oldest beauty culture I ,
: .'xh b1lon.: It A 111 'be held in the I Ihonc
.\ : Auditorium, 1630 North THE SMOOTHER BOURBON

4th Avenue. -... ',
< This year's show will Include
ay ecv.ral: : educational workshop
ma clinics for teachers and
beauty: culturists. The latest
:un.ques and methods of teach-
nj and:! ,practicing beauty cul-
ture are demonstrated at these
uru of the highlights of the
1 four-cay conference will be a

.'. ._. aA unique "brainstorm-
ing" workshop for beauty school
uwners and teachers and voca- V

o.u. scnool instructors. .....,.... ..
-- --- -- -
Mrs. Ruth J. Jackson, Chair-
15 Get Nursing L .Tia.i of Southern Beauty Congress

FLA. BREAKS DOWN . announced that the workshop .Y
CertificatesLast will! be different from any
ever conducted by any organization -
for those engaged in the
Sunday afternoon, Sept. DesegregationRemains teaching of beauty culture.
14, the Division of Vocational Outstanding hairstylists, well-
Education of Northwestern Senior
knon beauty culturists, and top
Hugh School graduated 15 proud leaders In the beauty industry :
ladles in the area of practical
in 4 States
Only are included on the program.
nursing. The ceremony was hIgh- Guest artists conducting daily
lighted by an inspiring addressby .
clinics will be Bill Simmons and
Dr. Dazelle Simpson, noted New York-With the admis- white student ui the same classes Landeros of New York City and
Miami pediatrician. Dr. Simpsongave sion of this week of George II Clemmle Anthony of Milwaukee,
brief but well outlined
history a of the successes' of the Starke to the University of ..............-.NNN.NN.W N1NN.N.NI all top stylists
Florida law school, there remain In addition, eighteen of Ameri ..LY
in the of
Negro development only four states with completely PUN PHUN ca's leading dealers will exhibitnew
nursing. se&reated systems of public edu- I equipment and 'beauty ,ro- THE LIGHTER BOURBON
After presentation of the cer- PHIL O880FER
cation from the kindedgarten By ducts.

tificates ed refreshments, the guests in the were cafeteria. serv- through the graduate and profes- ......._ .. . . ..._...I Mrs. Ruth Jackson extends a
sional school levels-.Alabama, hearty invitation to all beauty ''
Graduates, who received certificates Georgia, Mississippi and South My little old warpel mind school owners, teachers oi beauty 'I'
were: Ethel Beneby Carolina sometimes insists on "corningup" culture and (beauticians to
Lula Caldwell, Alice Duncan, a serious subject. As I mused attend this year's I
Reviewing the present situa- unique chow
Elliott Janie Hanks
Berryl '
Clara Freeman, Mary Darville,* tion, NAACP Executive Secre- over the school integration situ- Registration and reservation may I .
ation, my mind wandered backto be obtained at the Southern 3
Catherine Burston, Mlld+ed tary Roy Wilkins noted that t1r.'iI!
the early days of American !
Evans, Ollie M. Griffin, Dorothy "each year since the Supreme Beauty Congress headquarters at
Porter, Victoria Grant Patsy Court ruling of May 17, 1954, has history, when some of our early 316 North 17th Street, Dlrminham ,- rA
settlers dumped a lot of Englishtea Alabama.
Anna Tillman and witnessed the extension of desegregation -
Rahmings, .
in Boston( Harbour. They
Deborah Williams. in education in some
measure The once Southwide were fighting injustice, unlike Homemaking Classes
solid phalanx of segregated edu- the present day segregationistswho
I Huttoe ,Pledges Slum cation has been steadly whittled are now trying to dump
Clearance Aid don We expect the trend to Federal authori-tea! Let us pray For Adults Offered
, continue that they will turn towards Di-
I vini-tea so the boun-tca of God Elght-12 weeks Homemaklng IF YOU CAN FINDA
: Charles Huttoe, Miami Metro Mr. Starke's matriculation at
sill awaken them to the Onenessof Courses for Adults will be offer-
e runoff leader, urged voters dur- the University of Florida came Mankind. Then they will discover ed at 12 School Centers. Registration
, ing the closing week of the campaign after a nine-year fight by the the word: ik but one com- begins September 29, BETTERBDURBDN..BUY
f to choose as Miami Metro NAACP to open that universityto muni-tea, with equaU- a and 1958 Courses to be taught\ are:
E commissioner "a man who has Nero students The originalcase aigni-tea for all. They will learn Plain Sewing, Advanced Clothing ITl!
j i taken a clear-cut stand for slum instituted in April, 1949, that the diveni-tea of mankindis Construction Pattern Making,
, clearance and speedy action to,, sought to gain admission to the a sign of God's wisdom, and Millinery, Foods and Nutrition,
get federal urban renewal aid." law school for Virgil Haw- that humani-tea is one, regardless Ceramics, Short Cuts in Dress

" Huttoe ,throughout his campaign in'S. Prolonged litigation ensued 1 of color, creed or national- making, and...F.oer Arrangement -
'I has spoken out strongly with the State of Florida taking lea When they have come this ,
for "slum clearance that will advantage of every possible legal far, they will forget their perver- JltitltAge\
avoid the creation of more glorified technicality to avert breakind of si-tea, and through hiunilMea l I The classes! will meet day and'
slum areas of concrete and the color bar at the university. and onaturi-tea, give opportunitea I evening at Northwestern Senior
block." ILojivJani: and Virginia which to this so-called minori-tea HJgh School. Evening only at
He has also pledged to work along with Alabama Georgia, they are now oppressing. ( Booker T. Washington High, ;
I for establishment of a Metro department Mssissippl and South Carolina 'George Washington Carver High,
! of housing and urban have continued to defy the Supreme They will realize their respon- I North Dade High, Mays High at
{ development. Court ruling against segregation slblll! -tea to protect the intergri- Goulds Junior High, Franck C.
! "1 was not born with a silver in elementary and sec- tea of all, if we are to have true Martin, Dunbar, J, R E. Lee, R. koudiot
spoon in my mouth," Huttoe declared ondary schoo.s, have enrolled Jb.r-tea throughout the world. R. Molon, James Weldon Johnson -
4 1 "I am on the side of pro- ; Negro students in their state : I could continue to rave on, but Phy ;.is Wheatley Schools
gress through intelligent and universities and other publicly even to a tea drinker this has and Bethel A M E. Church in
1 prompt slum clearance pro-' supported colleges and parochial ;I been more than plen-tea. So I'll r.laleah. Registration; fee for each
i grams. schools in Alabama and South end ,this wit-tea (?) discourse, course is $200. For further Information -
i IHuttoe is a vigorous supporter Carolina have enrolled Negro and test it becomes tea-dlous. call PLaza 4. 481-

of highway and throughway .. Northwestern Senior High
, NNN717ui a.1lPaw1.AJ.bNI rrlJ a Jrarlu+),a. iNNaNwaNara aN 4pr
systems to relieve our traffic School.
1 congestion; for development of I 5HOP AT
for -- t
water and sewer systems; ',

: police equalizing protection standards, and of for fire preservation and-I V Sarkley's Cut Rate LOTS FOR SALE r.r

, of civil service and Easy Terms
pension rights for all city and WHERE QUALITY LIES Build on lot
: county employees .

', 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-237f w. take or care mine ef financingNO

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Cash paid for your lot or
FOR ALL Tweed Cologne .......-... 1.50 home Ktntucky StrtlfM Bourbon WtiWiiy |Vr*.OMM ,
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Ceritol Liquid .... 1.19 2.98 Blue Grass Mist ........ 2:50:
Dining Room BBB Tonic .._._..., _.,,. 1.49 Tabu Cologne ._..._ 2.50
Kaufman Bitten ........ 1.35 Heaven Sent Toilet ,. Court.. Bn Servic MiamI I
NOW OPENFine 6SS Tonic ....... 1.45 245 Water ............ 1.29 2.00 36, Florida

Foods at Popular E School Supplies ........ ..- SCHOOL SUPPLIES !I COLEMAN'S
I Old Spice Lotion .?,,,,. 1.00 II (
Binder .11. 2.98
Price. Zipper
Specializing' I Electric Evening Fans In Paris 1098 12.49 { Binder .............? .2t .&* f: GULF SERVICE STATIONS II '
Loose Leafpen Filler
Lunch I Toilet Water 1.25 2.00 I WASH POLISH WAX TIRI REPAIRING
) Pencils and Set 1.8'

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Where Prices Are Right '276 N. W. 1'g5 Street MIl M.W. -" ,
cater to private partie
IJUI Ir N kA Av ,- PHONIlp... i___t

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MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper" I around the exotic shores of fabulous NASSAU NEWS paring to go to work$
Miami Beach you must v-
PAGE 8 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1958 Join your friends on this event (Mrs. Ma ie 'White, well known !Mr. Winifred Saunders of Hay
ful occasion. Don't forget Oct. 4 Miamian, paid' a //brief visit to St. died on Saturday,, and was
at 830 pjn. Fare $1.50. Mac- Nassau during the weekend and buried Wednesday ifi this week.
rthur Causeway, just across the left on Tuesday for :Miami. Dur-
ing her stay here! she attendedthe I of the Bahamas
FOR FREETranaportaion bridge. The people are
funeral of Howard A. Role.
r all praying that Jack Orr will bea
to the successful candidate in the
Polls, Call any of the The mayor of Kingston, Jamaica Sept. 30 run off election. In Miami -
KEEP HAIR fR M is expected to visit Nassau .
following :
during October for three days as n
GOING BACK the guest of the ,Bahamas Feder-
Central Miami ...
AND.HlNES FOil WIKK vacationing in Nassau for the
Nassau had its 16th fatal acci-
weeks left for Miami
WATER REPELLENT PRIMING OIL eOH.'rAM lent for the year when Henry past two on
\ ndayI' .
Bowleg and Mary Rolle, both 1\f .
.*. \ffi. : .
were killed Iby motor accidents.: I ? "
, I' L- u'fi -'-
PL 4-0361 and -rJIUSII Jn.: ;\ ; -

NE 4-4965 r' on. John Miller, 53, Nassau, died I l\ Drive CarefullyYoung
-' .,. MAR_LA-"PRESSING"""-INIS" I.,_ DN.1N ........- sudlenly on Monday while pre-

,Opa LockaMU Noble Edwin B. Rogers, an industrious .., ....'.."...........................:..:.:..:..:.,':..:.WY.... ./It'/.v11;!,.IMI/-1,.VvII:;III ;" " ?;" "?!" "'2"...."...".. "...
1..3151Coconut citizen, came here 35 ,:.. .. .. ., .. .,:i.. ..:i., .. .. ..:;:.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ., ., .. ., .. ., ..:e-;..;: : ; ; ;ee.; ;
years ago. He worked for, and
lived in the home of John B.
Grove Reilly, the first mayor of Miami
1 HI 3.6349 for 15 years. (Incidentally this Dade
was one of the first homes built County
South .Miami here and was located where the
Huntington Building now stands)
MO 1-2057 and the is an active member of all
MO 1..2745Richmond branches of Masonry, an ardent'
church worker, and a veteran of
Hghts World War I1. Democratic AssociationENDORSES
This busy Noble, a memlber of
CE 5.5447 Kazah Temple No. 149, takes this
CE 5-9824 means and opportunity to invite
you to join the Nobles and THE CANDIDATES LISTED BELOW
Perrine Daughters on a boat ride Satur-
day night, Oct. 4 on the beauti-
CE 50165Homestead ful 290-passenger Seven Sea! AND URGES YOUR COOPERATION:
dream boat which sails from the
east'end of MaoArthur Causewaywest
CI 7.0821 of the Blimp Base at 8:30 For State Representative, Group 2
o'clock. For an evening of fun,
relaxation and entertainment!

A SPEND FOR YOUR John B. Jock i: ORB i


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It's Your Only REAL Security For Dade County Commission:



Down Payment Terms ArrangedFree Dist 2 BEN McGAHEY Lever IE

Consultation Without Obligation (NORTH OF 54th STREET)

Dist. 3 JOE BOYD Lever IE

Coburn Construction Co. (SOUTH OF 54th ''STREET TO FLACLER)


294 N.E. 67th Street PL 8-5401


For ,Executive Committeeman

a and CommitteewomenLEVER I
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Dist. 18Dr. E. A. Ward 24A Dist 35-Samuel Moncur 22A
Out. 3--Percy Peeks 21A '
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NORTH DADE HIGH at this meeting; another banner B.T.W. HIGH In Fine Whiskey

The North Dade year is Jn sight for the PTA.
began their Thunderbirds We were extremely happy to Willie Green president of the
year of com- welcome Student Council reported his
petitive football one of our co-workers FLEISCHMANMSIS
capacity crowd Saturday. A near back after illness caused her to trip to the National Associationof
watched the spectators delay attendance at school. Mrs. Student Councils in the first
dominated as Mays High Rams Alma P. Keener returned on last school assembly sponsored by
entire game and Monday is the Student Council for the year.
/ and now enjoying good
defeated North
of 90. The Dade by a score health; Held in Ferguson Mo. Willie THE BUY
retaliate \Another "new" face has graced reported a very informative and
Friday as they meet the surroundings in the per- enjoyable triip Mrs Hazel Simmons
Belle Glade
High on the grid- son of Mrs. Marian Hunter a former Council sponsor,
iron. Game time 8 pm. at DorI clerk accompanied Green the ..
!Park. I, in the secretary's office. on trip.
seZ Mrs. Hunter replaces Mrs. Jean The first scrimmage for Tor-
The theme "Know Your Fac- Saxon who has left for study at nado gridsters was held Sept. 22 \
ulty and Staff dominated the Flarida A&M University. at Dorsey Park. From all Indi-

first assembly program of the .Much stress is being' put on cations the spirit of the football
school year. This program pre- the theme for the week "Good season is in full swing and the
sented by the Student Council Manners.. Daily devotional ex- boys are all set to trounce
brought into focus the wonderful ercises being led this week by Middleton High of Tampa in the
accomplishments of \Mr. Mc- Mrs V. P Turner include reminders season opener.
Call in the development of hi? and hints in this direction -I
swing and marching band. Dur Last week Mrs. A C. Senior high members of the *
student who interestedin
ing the program members of Wright kept us "on our toes" by body are r i.e
teaching profession
each I as a are
departmental the
group were same method with emphasis writing applications to FTA. This
introduced to the students.On on "Good Citlzenshln .
organization offers experience
Monday the student Coun- Orchids to ou-r--c- cafeteria and ,
and directed for tho seinterestedi
cil presided over the first meet- custodial staff for the efficientand
directed for those
and practice ftllAb
ing of the PTA. This
meeting speedy manner in which interested in teaching.
served as a social get togetherfor they are able to keep us moving October 4 is a red letter day .
,parents teachers and stu- and
smoothly quickly from the
for new girls on the campus. The reoor.fig
dents. There was no formal bus- cafeteria
during lunch hour! Thisis Girl Counselors will entertain -
iness on the agenda for the of
great importance as ETV
them and acquaint them with the
evening. classes are held in the cafetoriam
building and the rules and regulations -
Parents of the seventh grad- and an air tight schedule must of the school. a4 l1nulI : tflfmILlltDID

ers were Introduced !by their be maintained Mrs. Sallie Bethelis Doris Harrell became the pres- WHllltltt.1ICIII
children in a most charming cafeteria manager) and custodial ident of the Junior girls when ,
manner. After adjornment light staff include Harris Collins they organized last week.. Mary _" ."", -
t.oto.:: DlITI "'
refreshments were served in the Harry L. Collins and Mrs. Norris is vice president and -C. t.--r
Callie .
cafeteria. Francena Hall is secretary. Theyare
The North Dade family con- long until next week! anticipating a prosperous
tinues to grow New addition Mrs. Linnie Fannio, principal year. They have already set up
Charles Ingraham Jr., our efficient Dorothy Sawyer reporter several projects. '
Mrs. Vivian Long will add Members of the Student Ath- $2.93 Pint
another member soon. 'SELECTDorothy letic Association have identification -
Charles D. Wyche principal discs with their picture to
(Barbara Rollins reporterR. Bivins ndicate their membership. This 90
Democratic Committeewoman plastic disc was made by Mr. PROOF is WHY!

R. MOTON DISTRICT 19 Shootes our versatile chemistry

Entertaining and ,beneficial] (PULL LEVER 30A teacher.(Members of the Pep Team Only Flelschmann'i has more Proof 90 Proof-as compared:

events continue to occur at Moton. Precincts 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 63 were selected and you will see with all other leading blend They' are only 86 Proof.
Here are a few of the happen- Fteischmann'i 90 Proof means more ftavpr-more enjoymentmore
ings during' the past week. satisfaction. ,And-Flelschmann'i surprising mild-
Qn last Tuesday the regular ness and exceptional smoothness tell you that you're getting
faculty meeting was enlightenedwith JAMES' the highest quality la) every bottle.That's why Flelschmann's
the presence of Miss Lu- offers you 10 much more than any whiskey in America.
rana Purday coordinator of

records the 'Dade to County be used schools this year in 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481 I

Mrs. Madeline Portier assis-
tant supervisor of arithmetic the following persons cuttingcapers Baptist Council to
at the
grade was able teachers to meet to with discuss the perti-third LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN Sarah Bethel game Nadine Saturday Strong- Meet October 1

Catherine Harrell, Pasco Walker,
information in
nent and helpful Glrli gym suits .......,.... 2.50 Henry Walden Sandra Saundersand The presidents of the Baptist
the area of arithmetic pertainingto Boy' gy short ............ 1.00 'Barbara J, Williams. Council of Ministers of Greater
Girls' sneaker 1.93 Remember
the self Boys' Sneakers ............ 1.08 during National your newspaper Miami and the Interdenamina-
The ground work for Girls' socks ..29Folde. Newspaper. tlonaj Ministerial Alliance of
study to be considered here has Week, October 18.ACHE. Dade County wish to announce
Boys' sneakers 3.88
been laid already by the principal ..*, .-....... 05 that the Baptist Council will reconvene -
and faculty A definite area Wednesday Oct. 1 at 11
Boys' socks .
for study ,will !be reported at the Pocket dictionary I .,, ? a.m. and the Ministerial Alliance
next writing. Tuesday Oct; 7 at 11 am.
Our PTA started the year witha Marble Back Compo Boya' Jock strap -'
All members are urged to be
week"bang"when on the Wednesday fist meeting of last of Book Boys' tee slrt ................ .39 present at these meetings for

the 1958-59 year was held. Sev- JUSTARRIVED/ : For baby boy and girls-Diaper sets dresses, business Ulev. of Thedford vital Importance.

eral !impressive plans have suits, sweaters and bootee*. !Pres. Johnson
been made by our PTA Including f-: *% " of

an intensive membership Simplicity patterns, Money Order, drew material*.-Sold everyday &VORAJEL Rev.(Ministers E. T. Graham
drive. From all indications, especially I ;Monday thru Friday, 7:45: a.m. to 7:15 p.m. Saturday' till Ministerial Alliance, Pres.
attendance as we were 9 p.mIOHd Sundays. r : .
fortunate in having more than
100 parents and teachers present I Advertise It Pays!



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L. A. Thompson, pastor SWEET SHOPA

Sunday will be Promotion Day
in the Bible School. Those who

are to be promoted are asked to COLD CUTS COSMETICS
be on time and their parents arc
requested to accompany them. 208 N.W. 10th Street

Cfmrd The junior choir will sing at

the service. The Joint ...
to morning trr{ j W'1ro'.I>.J.n r
choirs: will present their fourth
Sunday Song Service during the Beautiful Home on
evening. The male chorus will I' Your Lot

appear and Dr. II. W. Brown of I.
Nassau, will deliver the message. I.
Women's Day is just one month
ST. MATTHEW AMEZ away. All of the loyal women of

PAGE 10 SATURDAY Temple are endeavoring to makeit
I- 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. a great day.

THE MIAMI TIMES "The Rev. A. H. Ferguson, pastor
I Peoples' Newspaper"MT. Sunday School............... 9:45: am ST. PAUL A, M. E.
-- Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m
Evening worship ............ 7:30: p.m M. Braynon, reporterRev. Complete building service

Rev. E. M. Thomas pastor 3316 NW 50th Street
Oretha Holder, reporter Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor James E. Culmer, pastor Church are very (busy making C BUILDING

Sunday School........... 9:30: a.m. Eddie Edwards, clerk plans for their 14th annualWoman's C FINANCINGYour

Hear my cry, 0 God, attend Morning Service ............ 11 am Sunday School............... 9:30: a.m Day Program. New Home
unto my prayer, in obeying God'scommand. BTU ................................ 5:30: p.m Morning worship .... ........ HuO: !Mrs. Clara B. Hilton has been
We began with the Evening Service ............ 7:30: pm Westminster Fellowship .... 6 pm selected to serve as chairman.Mrs. e REPAIRINGREMODELING
School wich started at Henrietta Ferguson is co-
Sunday Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30: p.m. S '
the usual hour, with the super- SALTER'S CHAPEL chairman.
intendent in charge.At TRINITY WESLEYAN Who will be Miss St. Paul? The S RENOVATINGOver

11 ajm. devotional servicewas Rev. J. S. Blake, pastor date is Sunday, ''ov. 9.
conducted by Deacon Smith rtev. George E. Johnson pastor Ruth Twiggs, reporter There will be dinners on sale Twenty Years of
and Deacon Canady. Music was vlrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter at the church Sunday, Sept. 28. Construction Experience.
furnished by No. 2 choir which "The Lord is my shepherd: I This sale is sponsored by Mrs. H. Guaranteed Satotfactlon
Then shall not want. Ferguson.Our .
sang out of their souls. with unday School ........,........ 9 a.m. j
our pastor came !before us In viormng worship.................... 11:00: Sunday School began at the chairman, Mrs. Clara B. 1l [b(370mDI1@ffi(
the morning message, "Power foung People's Meeting 5 usual hour with the superintendent Hilton will sell barbecue Friday J L; '
Song and Prayer," taken from p.m Sister Agnes Davis in and Saturday nights at the an-

Acts 15:1.Sunday. The pastor, officers and members charge and all teachers at their nex.On (!
of Trinity Wesleyan Methodist posts. Sunday afternoon you are
afternoon at 5:30: BTU I Church situated at 1445 NW At 11 a.m. Love Feast was administered invited to An Afternoon Sip" NE 5-6171

was hell. ,We had a short pro- I 2nd ave., wish to thank ElliottJ. /by the pastor after sponsored by Mrs. Mary Dell 1121 N.W. 29th Street
gram which was conducted bj Pieze and WMBM, the Miami which everyone was ,given: an Braynon, 1525 NW 5th court Miami
Rev. Choke and it was interest- Times, Rev. Bro. Brown of St. opportunity to express himself ina from 5 to 6 'pm. There will be

Matthew Baptist Church, and all testimonial meeting. door prizes. .

ing.Sunday night the devotional those who have in any way con- ACE League held at 5:30 --.._-.-_-..'"-'_--.-...-..---. -- .,...._- ...,...---. _.. -
conducted by Deacon was :
service was tributed to the success' of the .
Storke and Deacon Coley. Music revival and soul winning services p.m. with the president Claudia:
was furnished by the No. 1 choir which were closed there on Robinson in charge. At 7 p.m. : OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
which sang like never ''before. Sunday morning, Sept 21. the sermon was delivered by the
Our pastor preached from Jonah Rev. Ernest Hutcheson Jr., was pastor from the 26th chapter SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
the Acts
of the
1:2, "Obedience." in charge of the services. j Apostles. ot.
The public is always welcome Three young meen acceptedthe Sunday will be Women's .

to come and worship with us. Lord Jesus Christ as their The chairman, Sister Agnes

personal Saviour and were add- Davis is asking, everybody to
ST. LUKE BAPTISTThe ed to the Church. come out and help celebrate this>>
!Rev George E. Johnson is the great day. The speaker for the
wish to
women of St. Luke pastor
morning will be Mrs. Elizabeth
extend a hearty welcome to their with Espy Johnson, and /jMrs. Jose- mm
many friends to worship ST. JAMES BAPTIST phine Mackey will speak during. A 4"1

them Program during on the their fourth Women's Sunday Day in 323 N.W. 14th St. the ship evening.with us.Come You out are and' always wor- IPs Of >(
October. The date is Oct. 26 and Rev. J. L. Johnson pastor welcome. "
the church is located at 1809 NW Sunday Services

6th ave. Sunday School........... 9:30: am ST. FRANCIS XAVIERN.W. **
Annie B. Sullivan, Morning Worship ........ 11:00: a.m
General chairman BTU ................................ 5:30: pm 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. ''e W\\ ; .
Evening Worship ............ 7:30: p.m Phone FR 9.1424 .; ,!* '
CORINTH BAPTIST Visitors always welcome MASSES

Daily................................ 8 a.m
Meets every 2nd ana 4th Sunday TRIUMPH CHURCH Sunday....... 7 a.m. & 8.30: a.m ... .. j:1 JAY '
at Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist
Church. Prince H. Mobley, pastor
Sunday School....................... 8:30 Sis. C. McKInney, reporter NEW MT. CALVARYRev. Let my year of Experience guide and protect you through Life.

Morning worship ................ 11:30 W. P. Tarpley, pastor ae a Lighthouse guides the ship In a ctorm
Evening Service .................... ':30 The subject of the lesson on Edna E. Thompson, reporter
Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor Sunday past was "Justice For WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME
and successful gospel preacher. People in Need." Memory verse Sunday School was opened at For Success in Business And Love
found I Joshua 17. As Jesus disciples the usual hour by he superintendent -
ST. JAMES A.M.E.Dr. shouldn't we be concerned ; All teachers were pres- CONSULT HER -
about those who are often ent and each class had a very You can now have your home made happy

A. Joseph Reddick, pastor overlooked by others? One won- large attendance. The lesson was Get anc' Hold the position you 10 long wanted
ders sometimes if the church of reviewed by the pastor.
'Mrs Sadie F. Dean, reporter our generation after giving timeto Don't Stay in the rut get out now Pb

The Rt. Rev. Sherman L. making surveys, then does too The morning by our: message own son was, Rev.delivered By the help of God she can help you P'

Green Sr., the (presiding bishopof little about the needs of the unfortunate Melton and it
the lllth Episcopal District, they have discovered. delivered. At 3:30: was p.m.wonderfully our pastor Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in
state of Florida electrified the Make a success of the Chris- delivered the ordination troubleIt
over capacity congregation. last tian Life was the subject of the sage in which Bro. J. T. Lewis
( Sunday at The Friendly Church'as YBE\ band. Lesson found Colos- was ordanined deacon. will pay you to call and see this Gifted Medium First

he preached from The Book sians 3:1-10: ;: I John 3:1-3. The The evening message was delivered Where thousands come yearly for help and advice, you too can
: limitless
of )[ 32:2, with and lesson was very educational and by the Rev. J. J. Sheffield be touched by this strange mysterious
power, great spiritual fervor enjoyed by all. The senior choir rendered service power
demonstration, as he spoke out The evening devotional ser- throughout the day. WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPY
of the riches of 20 years expert: vice was The same God who delivered Moses
active conducted by Bro. D. and the children of Israel
of the
Episcopates ence of being in one the church. Carswell. The testimony servicewas FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST of old it still alive today and will open a way for you throughthe
.opened by Sis. R. Edward
Upon the extending of the and many' wonderful testimonies Rev. C. J. Burner, pastor troubled seas of life. Let not him that I la blind lead you or
open door of the church by' the followed. Claudia Wilson reporter you stumble with him.
two converts and six accessories -
were accepted into full We had a great spiritual feastin The Lord blessed us throughout Oo you doubt the existence of things because you cannot arc
the Lord.
pastor PrinceMobley's
membership. The pastor organic the day Sunday, beginningwith them

ed a new class Bro. number Rubin 37 Howell, and) ing was "The message Great for Day the is Com-even- was enjoyed the Sunday by all.School The pastor which What do you think of the Invisible waves and sounds that make

appointed ing and Who Shall be Able to delivered the morning Wireless, Telephone Radio and Television possible'
leader of the class. We who wit- message.
nessed this most glorious service Stand. Scripture, Revelation Text Genesis 28:12: ; theme, "At A seed before It sprouts lies concealed secret silent! In
the dark
6:17.: We all enjoyed the great the Top of the Ladder Stands
went away saying, "Did not our truth coming from our shepherd.We God." earth or womb of Nature. THERE IS AN "UNSEEN POWER"
hearts burn the of God
as man
talked to us." were, honored to have many The evening message was delivered Therefore, acquaint you r-
The pastor will preach Sun- visitors to worship' with us., ''by a visitor, Rev. A. J. elf with the one who is an n

day morning from the theme, Jones of Detroit, Mich., from St. authority. Whose private (
"The Banner of Truth" and dur- : ; theme" "Count consultation will evolve
Things Too Little. you
Both messages -
t ing the evening worship period W. K. Smith pastor were inspiring and enjoyed to a higher tate of mind. '
the theme will be "Obedience is
Mrs. R. Conley clerk
First. by all. The No. one choir was

Our Sunday School under the The Sunday School took inter- in charge of music in the morn- All Information is
direction of Bro Theodore Rod- est in the general welfare ol ing and the No. 1 in the even- I

dy a licensed preacher, and his humanity, as its scholars dis.. ing. The men usher rendered Strictly ConfidentialOffice m
.1 official staff requests parents to cussed the topic, "Justice for service in the morning and usher y
board No. two at the evening Hours: 9 l.m.--8 p.m o
attend Sunday School along with People in Need.'The newly
children to study God's word. elected superintendent, Brother service. Visitors are welcome at Sunday: 10 ton. to 1 p.m.

{ The recently organized Young Eugene Cooper, was in charge. all our services. Come again. Don't Write-Call in Person ,
Matrons Club is asked to assemble After a wonderful week in .-. ,
immediately in the Par- Chicago attending the National DAILY READING $1.00 UP ?
ish Hall Sunday morning after Baptist Convention, the pastor 'NOTICE j

LL service. Business of vital lmporj reviewed some of its remarkable All Church notices MUST betypewrtt.n 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE "
tance. events. He delivered the mes- .
You are at all times welcometo sage on the subject "The Hu- double spaced
and sheet of
visit "The Friendly Church." manity and Divinity of Jesus" on one paper. Copy
Into office
taken. from St. Matthew 8:20: ; 11:4: our by
The Deaconess Board's anniver- p.m. Tuesday of each week to 1657 N.W. 73rd St. Miamime
Insure Inl.rtlonChurch Editor.
sary will be observed on Sun-

Drive ,Carefully day, Sept. 8. j

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Rev. James E. Brown, pastor 1835 N.W. 54th StreetFr. Harlem Minister SATURDAY, (SEPTEMBER 27, 1958 PAGE 11
Bro. Vandell Bavan, Sec'y E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar -

Services throughout last Sun- Veronica O' Try, reporter Organizing Fla.

day was at its spiritual best with Summer Schedule of Servicesand Moslems and find a common ground upon mention.
all to unite." Donations received for the day
our pastor Just back from the Rehearsals which we can agree

National Baptist Convention incharge SUNDAYS: ____,._._.____._ .- .r- JN_ During his stay in Miami, Mr. totaled $1,128.09.

of the services. The pas- Matins. ............................ 7:45: a.m X will conducWUectures at the The Pride No. of 6 of Richmond the Free lights and
tor !brought to us a wonderful Solemn Sung Mass Masonic Hall, 941 NW 3rd ave.

message for our morning devo- Sermon ................and.... 8:00 a.m (near 10th stt) beginning Sunday, Accepted for the Mason rendered, the
of the
tion taken from the Book of Church School Adult Sept. 28 at 8 pjm. The entire ritual laying cornerstone -
Chronicle, the 2nd chapter: the Bible Class .... .. 9:30: a.m public is invited.An Jacob Dean is worshipful -

7-14 verse, "Let's Go Back To E. Y. Churchmen ........ 5:30: p.m. eloquent speaker and master.
God," and our evening messagewas Solemn Evensong and teacher of the Ancient Historyand

taken from the Book of Ga- Sermon .................... 7:00: p.m the cultural accomplishmentsof
latians 6:7: "You May Get by TUESDAYS: the Black man, Malcolm X, in
But You Can't Get Away. Againthe St. Vincent's Acolyte expressing sincere desire to

message was most spiritually Guild Meeting ........ 6:00: p.m. create a, better understanding and CANT;; "i iJWlfefc
unity between Negro
delivered by our beloved pastor, WEDNESDAYS: '
Sunday coming services are expected LOW Mass .................... 6:30: a.m and Moslems,, is available for BETTER
to be as usual, 'beginning Evensong ........ .......... 8:00: p m free lectures before all church, BOURBON 1'
fraternal, civic or political
with baptism at 8 a.m. then THURSDAYS:
Sunday School at 9:30: a.m. followed St. Michael's ChoirRehearsal. groups. He may be reached by BUYW

by regular services at 11 ................ 1:00 p.m phoning the Miami Carver Hotelat
FR 1.1633.MARTIN .
a.m. with the pastor in charge FRIDAYS:
and finally closing out God's St. Vincent's Acolyte
day with 7 p.m. devotion fol- Guild Rehearsal .... 5:00: p.m MEMORIAL AME

owed with an after service pro- Boy Scouts Richmond
gram featuring the Spiritual (Parish Hall) ........ 6:00: p.m Heights
Rev Albert Jones
Harmonizers) and: Bro. Joe Walker Note: Low Masses on all Holy tie c

as master of ceremony, and on and Saints days at 6:30 a.m. Wilma M. Harris, reporter
the 2nd Friday night in Octoberthe Sung Mass on all weekly festivals - 1 Well our dreams are at last

Famous Southern Travelersof at 6:00 a.m. Messenger Elijah Muhammad, 'becoming a reality. (Beginning THE SMOOTHER BOURBON
Fort Lauderdale with .. KMtitcky StriIgM$ Bourbon Whltkty 6 Yra.Old
along spiritual leader of America's fast- with Sunday School we worshipped '
Joe Walker, will appear at our BAHA'I ASSEMBLY est growing group of young for the first time in the first 88 Proof i CAnclint Agi Dirt.Co.,Frankfort,Ky];

church in a Gospel program. The Chester Davidson Jr. of 276 Moslem converts, author of the unit of our new church. Hearts
women of the church are working NTE 98th St., Miami Shores, will Courier's controversial column were high and the Holy Spiritwas
quite faithfully, preparing for :p> ak at the Miami Baha'i Cen- "Mr. Mohammad Speaks", and overly present. I Ir.
our Women Day program which. ter, 137 NW llth ave., 7:45: p.m. considered even by many non- Our pastor was superlative as .
will be observed on: the fourth :junuay, Sot 28. His subject Moslems to be the most fearless, he delivered the morning mes- i
Sunday in November, with Sis. will be "Can Peace be Maintained uncompromising, outspedken sage from the 61st Psalm 3 and 4 tyW
Willie Mae Denson and Sis. Wil- ?" All races and faiths are leadeer ever to appear among the verse. Bamy Godilieve Lucette
lie Mae Williams as our chair- cordially invited. Negroes of America, has tent his Rahming (was also baptized at
men. Visitors are always wel- capable New York minister, Mal- this service. .

come to worship with us. ST. MATTHEW FREEWILl colm X, to represent him and WE WERE THEREAt
organize his (many followers herein
BETHEL BAPTIST 408 N.W. 21st Street Florida. four o'clock the auditoriumwas

Rev. L. R. Ross, Pastor Rev. J. B. Woodley, pastor Just in from a successful tour filled to capacity for the
Bro. Nathaniel Thomas, reporter of Georgia, 33year-old Malcolm services before the laying of the
Si* Nannette reporter
X Is 6'3" IBS of cornerstone. All the dignitariesof
Richmond Heights Sunday School was opened up I a pound ball
at 10 a.m. by singing! "Jesus Keep 'perpetual energy" who spends the, Methodist family were
Sunday School (ibegan at the Me Near The Cross." Topic I. 24 hours daily spreading Mu- there with greeting and com- .
usual hour with Bro. Cladius Me Near The Cross." The topic hammad's "divine messages" mendations from their various
Jonse in charge and was largely was "Jesus Sermon at Naza- among the "restless" Negroes of posts. The Jit. (Rev. Sherman L. Kan.WITH
attended.We reth." America, and organizing these Green, (bishop of the 11th Epis-
The morning! service was led new converts into well-discip- copal district was there with
thank the friends and lined fearless "warriors of Allah wonderful words of Inspiration. ttl
by Deacon Coo;;er. The messagewas
members of the Sunday School given by Rev. lUddlck. ." The (Rev. F S. Allen, presidingelder up
for their contribution which was of the North :Miami district
At 3 p.m. the Pastor Aid Unionwas In a fearless display of unity
generously and beautifully delivered the for
so the
sermon occasion -
held. The message was in the face of 'police brutalityMuhammad's
by a member of my
presented taken .from the third
delivered ( Elder of
by Mobley Opa New York Moslems
Locka. chapter of Exodus, 2nd verse 6750 N.W. 15th Aye
class.We have twice captured the "inter-
have Rev. Rev W. B. Coffey of the Miami
were happy to Night service was led by Dea- national spotlight" by marchingupon
services for District, Rev A. P. Postell of the
to conduct
con Jenkins at 7:30: p.m. The the ,police precinct and
us? IHe delivered two interesting message was given by Rev.Wood.ey. forcing the release of members West Jacksonville District and Drive Carefully
and uplifting sermons that were The music for the day who have been' "unjustly detained. many others too numerous to

enjoyed by all. was rendered by No. 1 choir ." The influence of New York
Sunday, Sept. 28 the womenof I Visitors are always welcomeat Moslems wielded in the Harlem
Bethel are having their annual our church. Community makes them one of
Woman's Day drive. Theyare I! its most feared but respected
expecting one of the great- FIRST UNITARIANThe groups.

est affairs that has been put on.! Interviewed at the Mia m i AT LAST
The frogram, committee has care fourth in a series of ser- Carver Hotel, Malcolm X told
fully selected some of the best mons "Toward an Understandingof the Miami Times that most Ne-
talent Miami produced. Man: The Potential" will be ,
gro leaders and the general pub-
Rev. Glen O. Can-
The morning speaker is Mrs presented field, minister by of the First Unitarian lic need a better understandingof Available To
Mr. Muhammad's Teachings Everyone
Myrtle Davis. For the evening Church on Sunday, Sept.
and Aims. lie said: "Messenger
K. Reid and other
Mrs. Maude ,
28, at 11 a.m. Church School at
guests will !be observed throughout 10:30: a.m. Muhammad insists that we should .
all forget our religious, (politicaland
the day. Do you paint? act? sculpt? pot?
fraternal differences and
Please come out and witness draw? or want to learn? Everyone -
this affair Sis. Nannette Greer, is Invited to the arts com- come together as Negroes to try LOTS FOR SALEOR

chairman; Sis. :Mable McFatten, mittee organization meeting on

cochairman.The I Monday, Sept. 29, 8:00: p.m., at
eleven captains that are -
the First Unitarian Church.
working so untiringly towards Kenneth Bare, art instructor at
this day a deal of praise should Undsey-Ilopklns is the chair- MUSIC HOME
go to them. They are Sisters Elizabeth man of the arts committee.
Stark Haydie Ferguson, Choir of the First Unitarian

Dinah Larkins, Josephine Huner,I I Church is starting rehearsals on -
Mother Pearl Johnson, Bernice I I Thursday, Sept. 23, 8 . Cason, Bessie Wright, Willie Mae voices wanted. I
Edmundson, Minnie L. Strick- BeautifulRichmond

land, Elouise Jones, Queen E. Ushers Union at New

Hope Baptist ChurchAll with Tee
officers and members of

Rev. Aaron D. Hall, pastor tho Junior and Senior Ushers Rockin' Rogers Heights
Ernestine L. Hambrlck, reporter Union Association are urged to
be present at its monthly program & Louise GriffinThere's
The men of Ebenezer are busy on Sunday, September 28, Flntet Communfty Living Especially For Children
preparing themselves for :Men's at 3 p.m. sharp.
Day which plans to be the best The program will be held between 0 LOTS $1775 to $2950
yet. Officers for the occasion include the junior ushers erf
Bro James Martin, chair- Friendship Baptist Church and the Music Reasonable Terms

man; Ben Strachan, co-chalrman; senior ushers of New Hope P.
secretary, Lennis Johnson; M. M. B. Church. The program will take Aplenty . on HOMES $8350 to $35,000
Lewis, treasurer; J. A. Butter- place at New Hope, N.W. 13th
field. E. E. Kemp, program; St. and First Place.
Richard Forkes, devotion; E. E. Thanking you in advance for

Kemp, publicity; W. H. Butler, your cooperation, we are David 1220ON HEIGHTS OFFICE
souvenir (program; W O. Perry, Hudson, president; Rev. H. C.
music; .W. Brown A. Offord. Samuel, pastor; Mrs Tommie Lee
The captains include S. Fergu- Ellison, reporter. YOUR DIAL 14520 Lincoln Boulevard
lon B. Strachan, W. Butler, II.
Ross J. Bethel, Harry P. Mar- Open Seven Days Week
Brown. J. You're invited to come out and a
tin, John Clarke, W.
enjoy a day with our young
E. Martin, E. E. Kemp, James
Wright, Joseph Fisher, L. Ross, .

Clarence McNeal, W. O. Perry, people.ASTHMATICS $4. Weekdays: 9iOO a.m. to 8iOO p.m.
J. A. Butterfield W, H. Fuller, !
Carlos McRae, F. Scruggs, F. and
Saturday Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 7:00
Baldwin D. 'McCullough, A. Of- Want simple effective relief from p.m. I Ie

ford Joe Lewis, S. McKinney, choking, racking bronchial 11th.
M. Ingraham, I* Johnson A. matte spasms Ot genuine Radio Miami
Carey, W. H. Murrell, Jessie Breatheaay *eo what you'veb.en Phone CEdar 5-6262
Martin, N. !IRawles, (IW. Rollins, mlulnal There's no eubetl '
Lewis R. Forbes, J. Sim cute for original Breatheaey In. MORE PLATTER
M. M. .
Ask fort Mrs. Thelma Aranlia
halant and nebulizing set. Get Mr. Pet rae.'or r
mons.The chairman urges all captainsto comfort by breathing Quaran LESS CHATTERALL Mr. Ledf..4NEW '15JI

let the ball rolling' to make teed. DAY LONGI!
this event a very successful one. l
Sunday is. :young Peoples Day 1410 N.W. 62nd ftt Miami, FUu _

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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1958 See and Compare Club to Observe32nd ,Fall Tea Sunday

THE MIAMI TIMES-'The People. Newspaper" .. Value II I On Sunday, Sept. 28 from 430:
AnniversaryThe to 630: there will be a Fall Tea

Lot 45x140, city water, corner. given at the home of Mrs.. L.
Lush trees, like paradise Three I Senior Twilight Sewing Howard, 15910 NW 21st ave. Mrs.
bedrooms, car porte, separate Circle invites you to the celebra- Ida B Jackson of the Jackson's
kitchen, dining room, living tion of its 32nd anniversary Sun- Toddle Inn will be the speaker.The .
r w room, utility room. Use your lot day, Sept. 28, 8:30: pm at the public is cordially Invited.
as a down payment. Parish Hall of the Church of the
2395 N.W 68th Street Incarnation, 1700 NW 69th St., Free ,Fish Fry
d Fr. Elisha Clarke, priest in
1 BARON JE 8-1340
charge. An into/resting/ Liberty Lodge will give a free .
Open 3 to 5 programhas
pm. Fish
been (prepared'' for the occasion Fry Saturday night at the
Lodge Hall, 6525 NW 18th ave.
I !Mrs. W. M. Pinder, Pres. Everyone is invited.
FOR SALE Mrs. Mae Davis, Sec.

Rooming house, 62nd St Low down payment

NW. Up to $90 a week in. TERIIFFIC VALUE :HomesCBS
and frame. Close in location -
come, 7 rooms, 2 baths. The $695 CashNear Liberty City and Brown

FOR RENT LOST value is in the lot location 57th Street Sulb Monthly payments less than
PAm EYEGLASSES. White CBS kitchen equipped, 2-bed- rent. See. us now.
FURNISHED Modern room, framed, in Liberty Square area. not the old house. room, 1 ''bath, $13,500 total.
facilities available, 1986
cooking Trio Real Estate Co.PL
If found "please call PL 1-9648. .
NW 57th St. Ne 4-1290.
--- -I( DUPLEX DUPLEX 9.8372 801 NW 54th St.
FURNISHED' > ROOMS, near 'Nice one family house,
downtown. Aipply Cozy Rosy, $1,495 Cash
62nd St. NW. This is a lot
527 NW 5th. ave., or call FR FLAT BASSE HORN. In good Excellent income. One side
4-2708. condition See Alonzo Kelly, value business site. These furnished. EZ terms. $13,500( Choice OfferingsTwo
1475 NW 67th St., PL 13171. total. lots 50 x 100 each. Good
NICE FURNISHED ROOM in I properties went up $1,000 a location in Washington Park, Ft.
Bunche Park section of Opa LOTS Reasonable. On 45th St., the NEW CBS Lauderdale. Price reduced for
Locka. For single man only. Ph. year last 10 years and
near 31st Ave. Brownsville. Call quick sale.
NA 1-6654. NE 4-0095 04 will
go up $1,000 a year
I Lovely, new 3-lbedroom home.
Open House
DOUBLE .ROOMS. $10 weekly. the next 10 years. :Z terms. $1,495 down payment.
Mae's Guest House, 2170 Wash- WANTEDHIGH See today. Sunday 2-5 pm
ington St., Opa Locka. R. S. Phone PL 1-8779 5500 NW 12th Court. One cor-
Jackson, Mgr. Ph. MU 13819.O4 SCHOOL graduate desirestemporary Gold Coast Realty ner home with extra lot. Beau-
work. Office training, 04 tifully landscaped CBS tile
I store. PL 84201. 4301 N.W. 2nd Ave. roof. Come, see for yourself.
FURNISHED ROOM. Call PLaza I PL 1-2426
1-3953: before 11 am. or after 7 BEAUTY OPERATOR at Nelson Advertise It Pays! I Special SalesTwo
pjm. Catherine Rozier. Beaeuty Salon, 6151 NW 11th ave.
Mrs Flowers. very nice 2-bedroom du-
I I I p*cx apartments. All tile features.
ntehed, for a* low as $16.50 week. BARBER wanted in 3-chair bar- Ready to move into Rent from
Downtown location, near every. bershop. Master Barber Shop, one apartment pays mortgage.
thing. Fan. Jewell' Guest House, 163 NW 14th st. 04COI.a.EX.TOiR HOME COOKED FOOD Priced low for quick sale.
620 NW 7th St. FR 42213. I
I : : and Sol man for Very nice, large 3bedroomcorner .
TWO FURNISHED rooms In new installment route. Must have car. YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME TOMIDGET home with extra lot, with
home. Reasonable rate. Call NE Married man preferred. Salary guest cottage to rent and room to
411707. and commission. CAFE build 2 more houses. Low down
FURNL3HED APT 1673 NW 5th 846 N.W. 2nd Ave.
place. Phone FR 1-1137. 6100 N.W. 22nd Avenue Nice 2-bedroom home on quiet
street. New 5th St area. Good
See condition. Just like
ROOM in private home, 1387 NW One block north of Cal's Bar
60th St. Phone PL 4-7476. 1045 N.W. 60th St. Call harry Dennv

Furnished I efficiency for rent. After 3 'P.m.' Sunday You ,can always get good service at Midget Cafe PETER, BLUESTEN

PL Private 47476.home, 1387 NW 60th St. fort.Air Secluded conditioned for for your your Open Daily Closed Every Monday 530 Biscayne FR 3-7694 Boulevard

I Lovely 3 bedrooms, full bath,
2-lBBDROOM APTS. Water, refrigerator dining room, equipped kitchen .-
and stove, 844 NW Large. lot beautifully landscaped,
70th St. $18 per week. Call NA Jalousied front porch. Low down CENTRAL REPUBLICAN CLUB
16953. payment. EZ terms. Owner.


I As You Ride . $2.00 Down and low WAYMON A. EVANS I

weekly payments on most policiesNO II.I.RE.ELECT




I 645 N.W. 36th Street PL 9.5284 1 4, I CARTERMember '

, -t. '

t ____ i Florida Railroad
and Public Utilities
7 ; 1 Commission

Chas. H. Williams r d : ,G

CANDIDATE ,.. :' * -'

Democratic Committeman


r} Precincts 48, 49, 60, 61, 52, 63 EXPERIENCE

The MAN with a PLAN
i to organize and vitalize has glren you, the people
r of Florida . .
a Dynamic Democratic

1- District FAIR Electric, Gas,Transportation .

This plan Is concerned with and Telephone

l each and every one of youl rates.A .

Pull Lever 21A sayings of orer 97 nil .
} lion dollars la rates to the

R Miami resident for 40 years people of Florida.
.,. Committeeman Precinct .48- .'. !1
Member Dade County Democratic Executive Committee

:" Layman ,St. Agnes Episcopal 1 Church FOR SINCERE, ;:
. 1 Mason
Optician-Williams Optical ,Dispensary
'\ Member of and approved by the Dade County Young REPRESENTATION
Democratic Association RETURN
Vice.President Algonquin Men's Civic Club LEADER OF DISTRICT 18It .T/,. i
I Member American Legion War Veteran Organization JERRY W.
is composed of Precincts 40, 41, 42, 46 and 47
! Since my activities would be concerned mainly If you live in either one of these precincts CARTERI

with precinct organization, registration and voting! Pull LEVER 11C
I ,can promise only that with your support and coop-
eration I would serve diligently toward that end. Then you will vote for me 30
Headquarterst 1213 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-3106 UP AND BE COUNTED pa. POrt Adv. t' 4! (PolItIcal odv.paid lot by
(. George Hunter,,
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She is survived by her husband, AcknowledgementIt
CARD OF THANKSThe a daughter and a brother of Miami -
I MEMORIAM Francis . Elder Griffin. Funeral arrangements -
is with heartfelt appreciation
family of the late are
I In memory of our beloved hus- incomplete. that the family of the late,
b:md and father.ABRAHAM Funeral services for Mrs. MRS. FLORENCE ALLEN
Gbdji: V. Russell, 19922 NW 5th CARD OF THANKS Key Largo Fla., wishes to acknowledge -
place who died Sept. 17 were the numerous cards,
held! &;IOt. 22 from the Churchof We. the family of the late, telegrams, letters and ,floral
God in Christ at 2 p.m. with ; MRS. SUSAN FINDER I sprays along with oars donated.We .
the Rev. Gamble officiating. i who passed away Aurust 21, would like to five special
Burial: was In Evergreen. wishes to express our thanks to
I recognition to Rev. H. W. Mossof
our many friends and neighbors
the New Mt. Zion Baptist
Survivors include, a daughter, during our bereavement.
Mrs Tra Bonner, a sister, Mrs. Many thanks to our friends for Church Homestead, also to Rev.I. .
C. MIckinj of Mt. Olivette
Ca'herine: Morrison; uncle, Wil- their cars cards, letters, telegrams -
4 liam Williams.: and floral Baptist, Canon C. F. Cooper, St.
i pieces Special
Peter's African Orthodox the
4 thanks to the of
neighbors 5th
a Funeral services for Mrs. Susan Love and Charity Lodge, the
court, 24th court and the various
t LJghtibourn! 1464 NW 71st Bethel Williams Funeral Home
lodges. thanks
Many to the
st., who died S .pt. 20 at Jackson Francis Funeral Home- for their services.
(Hospital will be held Sept. the and to Mrs. Edna A. Devoe Dght.
members of St.
k Mary's W. M.
+ 27 from St. Mary's W.M. Church Mrs. Helena A, Adams,
Church, Rev. E. A. Culmer and
with the Rev. E. A. Culmer ofgicatln Rev. Stewart daughter

I ;. Burial will be in LIncoln Again, we say thanks, Harry Davis Jr., son
Mrs. Llghtbourn The Family
JOSEPH THOMAS was a member of the Pallbearers -

\ho, ,'d Sept 23, 1957. Household of Ruth and FOR SALE
i,!.f" has many disappointments, Eastern Star Lodge. Survivors Non Surgical Treatment
.;nctoo, so hard to bear; include, a son, Carol; five grandchildren I Landscaped lovely lot with
3ut He trod the way before us, Rosa Bud, (George: Or- Hernia Piles
.. .
---- -- -.1 '\nd we hooe to meet him there. nald Barbara and Carol Jean I Rupture (Hemorrhoids) beautiful trees. Four room
WHTAM (Jackie) HAYWOOD Mr*. Mary Louise Thomas Ughtbourn, a sister Marguerite I
of 1330 NW 2nd ct., apt. 14, Alfred !Abraham Jr. Pinder, Nassau; a niece, Geleta DR. LONG'S CLINIC house, stucco. Room to build
would like -to express Its gratitude And The Family Thompson. general health service
another home.
\lo the pastor and members 21 8. W. 13th Avt. Bargain.

of St John Baptist Church, IN iMEMORIAM Graveside service's were held Phone FR 3.2748 Easy 'terms. 1331 'NW 55th

Range Funeral Home, and to all Wednesday, Sopt. 24 at 10 a.m. Add Life to Years
of the friends who offered their. In sad but loving memory of for the twin girls of Mrs. Willie and Years to Life St. Baron, J E 81340.

services and sympathies duringcur our dear husband and brother, Mae Williams, 1478 NW 60th st. REDUCESpecial
time of bereavement. EMEUUS SONNY MACKEY

The Family A'ho departed this life Sop-t. 20, Medication COLUMNS FOR RESUL Tar.

IN MEMORIAM Gone but not forgotten Range .

May his soul rest in peace and
In loving memory of my be- ignt perpetual shine upon him. William Longley of 1868' NW
loved son, Mrs. Ellen Wallace, sister 71st st, died at Jackson Memo- Living 8 rvlc. For The Llvlno"
--- -- Mrs Ivy Mackey, wife rial Hospital on Sot, 22 follow-
Joe Mackey, brother ing an extended period of illness -
He Is survived: by his Range Funeral Home

IN MEMORIAMIn widow Elizabeth, two daughters,
::1 son. sister Services will be
conducted on Sept. 29 at 4 pm. OSCAR AND ATHALIE RANGE, Owner.
sad but loving off
memory at St. Mary's W M. Church with
our LAURA dear sister JOHNSONho Rev. E A. Culmer officiating. PHONES: PL 4.7468-PL 1.1331
Burial will be conducted in Evergreen -
devarted this life Sept. 27, Memorial
950Wh Cemetery.
I Oscar Rang, Licensed Embalmer Funeral Director
t n the weary seeking rest
Phillip Gloster the
r', thv goodness fleeV seven year
n 'he' heavy laden cast oM! son of Mr. and Mrs. William 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami, Florida
Gloster of 16115 NW 22nd ave.
\,i h r load:: on thee.
died at Jackson on Sept 22 Besides -
Mrs. Bethel sister
his parents he is survivedby
Mrs. Carrie Sawyer, sister
7 sisters and brothers.
< Mrs. Do la Hale, sister
nPRT''CE will be conducted Sept. 26 at 2

pm. at Triumph The Church in B. Solomon Funeral Home
CARD OF THANKS The Kingdom of God In Christ

with Prince ''Mobley officiating.
Banal will be conducted at Lincoln (Established 1928)

Dignified, Personal, Courteous Service

Mrs. Sarah Nottage of 1921 NW

____ .1'1II' ['" IfI_ 14th ct., died at her residence on Funerals Within Range of Each Budget
Sunday, Sept. 21. She is survivedby
A S'MMS her husband Leonard, a
who dlrd S pt. 24, 1952. daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Perkins,
May he rest In peace. and other relatives. Chapel ser-

Five Your years dear since! mother you, left us. vices will be conducted on Sept. 315 N.W. 16th Street Ph. FR 3-1440
29 at 1 p.m. Burial will be con-
Mrs. Remllda Simms In
t ducted Evergreen.
Ruby Simms, sister

George Simms, brother Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Bartley,
Mrs. Betty Bethel, sister 6393 NW 17th ave., died at her

residence on Sept. 23. She Is RAPHU S. WILLIAMS
IN MEMORIAM survived by a granddaughter,
Mrs. Berneta Lawyer of Wash-
In sad but loving memory of ington DJC. Funeral services will PRIVATE FOR HIRE

our dear loving wife, mother be private

grandmother and great-grand-I
mother, I II Johnnie Harris of 6734 NW Ambulance ServiceFRanklin
23rd ave., died at Jackson Me-
I morial Hospital Sept. 3. He is

I I survived by his widow, Pearl, 3-5900
and a daughter Funeral ar-
The fami'v' of the late Mrs. rangements are incomplete.
Catherine Range wish to express HAVE CASH BEFORE YOU CALL
,!incere thanks and deepest ap- Mrs. Bernice Roberts of Belle
.f nreciat'on'! to the many friends Glade died at a hospital there.I

xho were, so !kind and sympa- _. ---
hPtic! during their hour of sorrow -

Special thanks to the Churchof

Christ Rev. F. L. Thompson,
pastor and his associate minis- The House Of Albert

ters and members, and to the i
House of Albert.

method We would of expressing also like to our take heart-this "The Funeral Home of Distinction"sympathetically pY + 6 64 .

b felt thanks to everyone, whose offers
Y names are too numerous to mention -

here, for the beautiful floral A 6-Point Media For Any Type Burial ,
pieces! telegrams, card and' use
of cars. Inspiring Chapel Services ;
The Family

A Service For Every Purse

:; "......... "'1: "" .,. y",..... House of Albert, .
We Worry In Your Sorrow ill

MRS. ROSA LOWE Infant MOSS the still born son ,. "
who departed ths! life on Set of Mr. and Mrs. Luther H. Moss Shipping With Care

22. IMS. Gone, but not forgotten. of 840 NW 67th st died at Mt.
May she rest In peace. Sinai Hospital Sept. 14 and was Quiet Dignity Sure

The Family laid to rest Sept. 18 In Evergreen.
Small Enough to Know You '

Funeral services for Mrs. An- to Serve You
Special AdjustmentThe nie Mae Nottage cf 1220 NW 67th Big Enough
St who died Sept. 12 will be t.4

City Elementary held Sept. 24 at 3 vm. In the Lester C. Albert, Funeral Director
Liberty chapel Elder Rock officiating.
School i If In need of three used Survivors are husband, four 6942 N.W. 15th Avenue PLaze 8-4707
radios. We would and several
table! model daughters, a son

who other relatives. Interment at
from anyone
appreciate would donate. Call NE 54021. Evergreen. "' _.t -tL.: :: .. '. :.' .'.' ,

i MVAw.xp

MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper"PAGE Personal Mention I- ma IJBUanJKIl HIU IBB aUJBU..

14 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 27, 1958 Mr. and Mrs. James A. Good-

en of New York City, arrived In
Miami last Tuesday on a vaca-
tion trip. Mrs. Gooden Is the former -
Candace Byrd, formerly of rntATfteajiiiii
: Miami 'While In this community
:1: HI
: (he Goodens are stopping at the

. home of Mr. & Mrs Henry John- NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
z ? 4 N _
q c son of 4621 Ellington St., -
Heights' They will remainin
Miami until Sept. 26. This Is
Mr. Goodens first triIP to Miami. FRIDAY & SATURDAY

Both are enjoyng themselvesvery

Mr. and Mrs Leslie Reese, '
and their neice, Phyllis Myers,
of 1528 NW Third Ave, returned ,.'
recently from an enjoyable e flit lq r
vacation trip. Travelling by motorcar
the Reeses went first to
Chicago, where they visited Mr.
Reese's sister and family. From
there the party moved over to
Kansas City, Mo. for a visit with fJt
: % other relatives of Mr. Reese. Also r.xtur .
J 'j [rrttt
while In Missouri, the REeses ,
visited Summit, where they f
4 A viewed the Unity School of

.. .. Christianity, a very beautiful
'0''II -
Reese also
place to observe Mrs. ns
Making your own hats In the be as easy as It look These two visited the Prayer Room, whileat I CNANAEbEN'd'L '
latest of Milady's ,fashion can 'ovHy models are choosing hats the school.
from a collection which were
made by Mrs.. Maydel Braynon, From Missouri, the next stop
World Famous Mrs Mary Lou Chapman, Mrs. was Crossett, Arkansas, and a
Mildred Burroughs,. and. Mrs. visit to Mr. Reese's daughterand
Prophet And Johnnie King (left) Millinery her family. The party returned -
student in the Adult Homemak to Miami in time for the
Marriage Counselor Ing classes at Booker T. Wash niece to enter school.

Ington High, School. I Mrs. Reese left Miami againa

for / week later to visit her brother i
Registration Mlllllnery
dD and in her home town,
classes begin Sept. 29. For fur.
ther; Information call PLaza Allendale, S. C She returnedlast
4.491 f Northwestern Senior High Saturday' reporting another
enjoyable trip The Reeses' para-
t School Adult Education Center.
keet, "Pete", accompanied themon
: the first trip and seemingly otTheYear.fn '
"The Keed" Quits enjoyed the venture also. Pete, 1tle Mothor

Teach who is now 8 years old, has accompanied -
Ring Boxing
; the Reeses' on all of s ,
their trips.
Havanna, Cuba ANP)-For-
1"0 5y mer world welterweight champion -
'I Kid Gavilan has publicly an-
nounced that he Is retiring from
the ring after 16 years of pro- 11LYPIMNIVVEIIbREGINAIOGAR01NERbBACCLON.OONNsaS1EyEl
fessional boxing. CAPITOL ,
DOips w ,
'wwwur. w wmsaa +saoh ,
Gavilan, now 32, quit after receiving THEATRE
an offer from Argentine SAT. MIDNIGHT
millionaire Jomge Antonio to TUESDAY & WEDNESDAYGARY
teach boxing to Antonio's four

The colorful lighter, whose ATSUNDOWN" INGRIDGRANT I
sharp punching skill won him
many pludits, won the title from In Technicolor Plus"DARBY'S 1
(Gil Turner In July." 1952 and lost RANGERS"With BERGMAN
DOC C. R. ANDERSON I It to Johnny Saxton in October, JAMES GARNER

1954. ..___
all II
Consulted by people from
over the United States and Ov-
erseas. Attracted nationwide focus .
and attention on the "Meel BUNCHETHEATRE RITZ I
The Press" TV Program on Sept
30, 1956 Author of sensational OPA LOCKA
predictions of world-shaklni Tel. NA 1-7822 THEATRE
events. Written up In some of
the leading magazines and newspapers ,

Search Magazine (Feb "HIGH ,SCHOOLCONFIDENTIAL" SEPT. 28 29 30 b
1957)), Hep Magazine (Nov. "TARZAN'S FIGHT
k 1956 New York Sunday Mirror I
(Sept. 16, 1956), N.Y. National Russ Tamblyn and FOR LIFE"
Enquirer (July 6-12, 1956)) and Mamie Van Doren"SHOWDOWN GORDON SCOTT
several other newspapers which -PLUS-
reported on the sensational pre- AT "BLOOD ARROW" INDISCREET
dictions proven so amazingly BOOT HILL" SCOTT BRADY
accurate' during the course of ,
"- ,"'n .
unfolding history.

I, Doc Anderson, say I have I I
every reason to believe thai }I OI1mtF1 68f ,S q 1 IRaIIA Plobadrd0 edtd aS IE'I OMEN
ending in the Divorce Courts,
which would have probably resulted BROWARD COUNTIES
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Morning JudgeNews Here I am coming from Sun- , ,
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light (bringing, you the news. The
long talk about the Fall Tea and
From Miami's Municipal Precinct Court Hair Style Fashion Review sponsored COMMUNITY
by the seniors, came of!
JOHNSON, PresidingBy last Sunday with a bang. The i
Elliott J. Pieze, Times Staff Writer mistresses of ceremony were ItJ; ':
Mrs. Ella Moncur and Mrs. Ar- DRUG STORECOR.
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-- -- -- -- -- - -- ----- -- lene Pratt. The latest In fall fashions -

Just an average number of 83 being drunk dismissed with a and hair styles of the
N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St.
presented. The .
cases were listed for trial in .varnin season were
Municipal Court on Monday, tables were beautifully decorated -
Sept. 15. 'In numbers the cases Lynn Smith, charged with disorderlY and served buffet style by the PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLEDCut
were average but In sensation conduct /Iby using pro- hostesses. The centerpiece was a
alism, they were among the topsof fanity, fined $15 or six days. lovely creation done toy Mrs Rate Drugs Free" Delivery
the court's history. Mattie Oats and others.
Somewhat' pathetic was the and \battery with hands on !Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Julius and SEALTEST ICE CREAM-MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT BILLS
case of Thomas Griffin 23 439
Ernestine Hines, fined $75 or 30 the student body extend their
NW 9th St., who was charged
days. hearty appreciation and gratitude -
Phone Laza 8-4703 Phone PLaza 84704C.
with assault anl battery with 1 to all that participated.To .
hands on his 13-year-old sister
Hattie Mae. The Incidents occur all ill students we are always -

red about 7:30: Saturday eveningat thinking and praying for '3111)of11111f171)I,.' ,

the home where the Griffins Broward you. +. 1 IlA71y111.1I1..1)III111...111 If11111111.1I1I111. 17111Io1f1ltllyl II111111
live, according to the court'srecords

Hattie Mae was not present In NewsBy Mrs. Dorothy Blatch and Miss NOW! ! '
court when the case was called, Rosa Mae Smith.
but the mother, Mrs. Griffin Rosa Shannon reporter
Every Sunday OverWMBM
came up and testified In the case.
Griffin told the court that his .
sister misbehaved Saturday and
Walter Bowe
that he spanked her for so doing. WHY BE SICK?

Griffin added ehat his mother Examination of your Personal *
called the 'police because he had
of Ailment plue examination
Mr. Clayton Smith, president
scanned his sister the Democratic Club of Carver of heart, lunge, The People's Choice
:Mrs. Griffin told the court that Ranches. reports that September30th stomach, liver, gall bladder
her son Thomas had made some
rectal ,
run-off will be held at the prostrate
very disparaging remarks to her reflexes blood
Carver Ranches Park. Voters of nerve pree-
and that's why she called the
and In.
sure urinalysis
this South Broward area, pleasego
police. Mrs. Griffin added that eluding x-ray aa Indicated. You Pick it-We Play it
to the Boles and vote.
she wants her son to move away FREE CONSULTATION.
from her home.
and this adl
The Broward County PTA Clip bring
The case did not really add up Wednesday Treatments for blood
until Griffin told the court that area night chairman at the Walker met Elementary skin or urinary disease, Broadcasting with 1 Million Milliwatts
he Is shell shocked victim of
a piles, rectal, stomach
School In Fort Lauderdale In the<
the (Korean War. He Insisted thatat
trouble prostrate gland
times he suffers emotionallyand first meeting of the school year. DON'T MISS IT!III 1 !
The meeting Is held monthly on trouble, backache, rheumatism
cannot help himself when he
the fourth Wednesday night. nervousness, I low
becomes violent. He explainedthat Area chairman ore: Miss Frances I vitality, ulcer, hormone deficiency . I1KI[fK1KK ftK1KKK11e_r1KKKKKKKKrTK [1t+ RK...KtiM
he had been In hospitals lost vigor, arthritic
Evans, north end; Mrs. Elizabeth :
several times and Is still under
and chronlo diseases.
Williams, center; and Mrs. Easter
treatment for the ailment. The
I New Location
Robinson south end. SEE THE
mother advise him to return to SOUTHERN CLINIC
the hospital, because of his action 2847 Coral Way
when he gets Into that con- Broward County Council will Hours: 105. Closed Wed. WORLD'SGREATEST
dition. meet October 4, 9:30: axn. at the and Thurs. I ;4'
Judge Johnson gave Griffin a Walker Elementary School In
stern, but fatherly bit of advice. Fort Lauderdale. All principals,
The Judge recommended that he PTA presidents and other mem-
return to the hospital ant resume bers of the PTA are asked to be COLORED
his treatment, because as his present. Mr. P. Roker, Jr. Is the
condition Is now he may at ary principal VflVE ITOUCH PSYCHIC
time do great bodily harm to
anyone, even though not intentionally Miss Eddis Taylor, daughterof
Mrs. and Mrs. Alfred Taylor, READER
The judge then dismissed the was married to Mr. Harold Cars-
the case. 'well on Thursday night September -I r w
18. The ceremony was
Among other cases heard and performed at the home of the PROF.
disposed of were the following bride's parents, the Rev. E. J.
'Robert E. Lee, charged with Clark, pastor of Central Baptist x't,
disorderly conduct !by creating a Church, officiating
disturbance, fined $15 or 6 days. a

Henry Brown, charged with Melvin Seymour( Freddie ),
assault and -battery with handson son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Seymour BONTER.PRO
Yovenia Candy fined $10 or reports that he is getting
four days. along fine at Tennessee State< r '" HUNTIR
Thomas Robinson, chargel with College -- ,iitJ
sleeping on private property, If you are sick, worried or in trouble this Is the

fined $10 or four days. The Pearly Gates Ford Singers ', : place to come. Don't stay in the rut, push back the

speeding James, Birdsong ifined $35, charged or 14 days with All-stars, along with other ,., ,, *eil of bad luck that seems to hold you in your track,
singing groups, will render a and advance forward the help of Cod uDder the
and ordered to attend traffic at the
program Saturday night I
school. New Macedonia Baptist Church, ; :,,: leadership of Prof. Hunter who has 30 years of ei

Willie Frank Denason, charged 48th Ave. and 22nd *t., September perience in spiritualist and occult science. Make your
with assault with a knife on I 27. The public is invited. Refreshments home happy. H. will show you how to bypass your
will be sale Rev, To Wake
Elizabeth Holmes, fined $50 or I
20 days. N, H. Phillips pastor. enemies and get the things that life d.mand.lor you.

Willie Porter, charged with -
disorderly conduct by creating a r
disturbance Virginia Potter, J. B. SMITH HAIR
charged with the same offense-
each was fined $15 or six days. ELECTRICSERVICE s
I Ief
Charlie Ross charged with assault -
and battery on Ella Hollo-
man, fined $35 or 14 days. Electrical Contractor <4t1ZM .
Rosa Reese, charged with HOUSEWIRING"Don't
disorderly conduct by using profanity I
fined $15 or six day!. cuss Call us" mosieq6aeSfDEEP .

Roosevelt R. Kirkland, charged PHONE NE 5.3058 PENETRATING L
with disorderly conduct by creat-
ing a disturbance, fined $15 01 Night or Day
six days, SCALP CONDITIONER Looatod at the Hunters new psychic studio OQ

Albert Rahming, charged with Regular Size $1.25 Pembroke Road, 3 lastly west of Hallandale, Fla. oath

jjat ""*r north side of the road, I mfle. east of 7th are.

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::1; THE MIAMI T.MES-"The People Newspaper" a victory over Carver last week They would like the United the Baha'i Assembly of Miami,
and defeated Ely High at the States to comply with existing who is also known as Phil Osso-
PAGE 16 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER* 27, 1958 Miami Stadium on Wednesdayby treaties or a new treaty endingthe fer, the author of Pun Phun,
f a score of 10-14. Seminole war, and giving which appears weekly In the
i them their right to live as they Times.

I ... .. .. ....... .. ... want to.
-- ""-" ---- -""" -- ---- ------- The University of Miami opens
1 the season Friday night when the An interesing story and pictures -
Wisconsin invade the appeared' In the Miami
I Badgers
JUST BROWSN'PAUL / Orange Bowl. I Sunday.Herald's magazine section last

Students at Carver Junlor-Sr. 1 I '
R. HENRYSouthern and Elementary' : schools have applied Plans are completed for the 1 e 11 31

_-.eo. ...____ ......... ........ .... ...... ............_ ----..-..-............ w-o.A for admission to White meeting of the Episcopal: Church 1
schools In the area. Reports are Workers in the 13th Triennial 1
governors held a con- I no doulbt are acquainted with that the fight for admission this conference to be held at St. Agnes -
ference in Lexington, Ky., this them. Give them a vote also. time is because of inadequate Church, the Ven. John E.
wedk They did not meet to consider Their names appear in an advertisement playground facilities. The land Culmer, rector. The meeting
:i the school integration on page five of this adjoining) the school was to be opens on Wednesday, Oct. 1 and
problem, but it was discussed. It issue of the Times.It used for a playground, but White I runs through Oct. 3. At the ban-
just had to be disoussed. interests influenced the board to 1 quet on Friday evening all
I t However nothing definite came was Men's Day at Bethel give up that idea. members of the clergy with 45
out of the conference as far as AME Church last Sunday. The I years of service and over will be
the school integration questionis program was interestingly' car- ,The Miccosukee tribe of the honored.
concerned. ried out by men, but as usual Seminoles want a land settle-I
Tennessee's gvernor, Frank among the capacity crowds, wo- ,
ment. They have sent an ultimatum Miss Olive Alexander, execu-
Clement thought the President men were in the majority. to President Eisenhower and tive director of JESCA, will Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey 6 Yrs Old
should have visited the confers Governor LeRoy Collins. While speak at a Baha'i public meetingin 86Proof Ancient Age Dl/,t.Co.,Fr nkfortKy.
s, ence and discuss the problem Judge Pearson deliveredan they claim thousands of acres, St. Petersburg, Sunday, Soft.
with! them. inspiring message in the they are willing to settle, for 27. Making the trip to the west
Gov. Fauibus said there Is morning and Atty.' Henry Ar- some 200,000 acres that they now coast with her will be George
nothing the Congress or the Supreme Hnsrton! spoke at night. The Men's inhabit in the Everglades. Savitt, press representative of Drive Carefully

Court can do to force integration Chorus was good and the re- .._.., ........ ..... ., .... ...... ...... .........., .. ... .. .. .. ........... ... ...
in Arkansas.Our ceiots DIY.V:IY!YNI1 1:OOw.f.: .: .: .:..: :_ :,: :>o,: ',:,:": :" :.. :: :" .:.: .:.: :.: '::' '':'_ :0': :'': '':'': '::' .:.: .:..: : = .:.:O..:. .
amounted to
own Gov. LeRoy Collins $5,000.As nearly & & >Kt K K >X Xo5o! i KoK! !KoKi! !CoK lKoK rS V

wanted Conference the executive National Governor's committeeto the N: Fair is Easy From ||
seek a meeting with the President Series\ was will expected be played, again World this H Realty to Buy : i; j

( ( and congressional leaders to the K $* ?
year by New York Yankeesand |
1\\ draft a flan of action by Congress the Milwaukee Braves. The :i
i1 to provide for orderly integration Pittsburgh Pirates was second, .
I,, rather than leaving it while the, Francisco Giants made I H Jt
to the "where and when" of desegregation -I I| third place and the Cinclnnattl 's 31ts
to the Federal Courts I Reds fourth. Philadelphia Phillies Nn:'
That did not work, so the mat- occupied the cellar. My Dodgersare :e".
ter so far as the Governor's not far from the cellar. W
Conference is concerned, is in ij

the same spot. It's football time and our high : : 1 d :e '
schools are going at it full blast. % I I 1 If ti
At Grace Cathedral in San -
The Northwestern Bulls scored hrt
Francisco, the Rt. Rev. Karl r -Jt
Block, of the Episcopal Church, E r t 31'
collapsed and died a few mom-
ents later, Bishop Block rtO ._ '
was ordaining three Deacons :1 ; F Jt tt1t t/
when he was stricken. He asked C -
his ? :'J'"I '
Bishop Co-adjutor to continue -
the 'ordination. He was taken to 2 & 3 Bedroom Apts m ./ t. Jt

J I the sacristy where he died. t ;Hate eft'tit ..
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$6.50 & $7.00 week
Next Tuesday Is election day.
if You will go to the polls and vote : "I
II for those you want to represent Arch Creek
- '" you on the County Commission, sit.. '
other offices. Most important Colored Subdivision t 0:" oo its
J 1 is the election of a State Repre g

' t"t"and, David sentative.Eldredge In this race and you the'have well 121st, St. & NE 12 Av u'iu<'

\' known present representative, 3
) John B. Orr Jr. Orr trailed in FOR
the primary, but who this writer :
along with thousands hope will WHY PAY RENT ? I in
be the victor. If you ,go to the A neighborhood where
,, polls and vote for him the there is plenty of work in H t
are he will
win. Now -
don't help by mike excuses, you cannot walking distance. NEW 3 BEDROOM CBS 'HOMES ftR t
staying away from the
Just west of the FEC R.R.
polls and doing a lot of cheap
talk. Votes count. So cast yours Only $495 Down
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