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Title: Miami Times
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: October 4, 1958
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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Pi Rep. John B. Orr said this said. lature plan an opportunity to Orr said he was conferring Brficfc.da.ff t.a. ',.,'Bennett Southern.propose Tan for peace"urs-+ .,;,1 '
f week that he will continue to | It is now my responsibility as serve my county, state and coun- with community leaders on ways' in \hnr integration crisis which1' '\'',
push his plan for a student., leg- I see it to do anything within my\ try because, I believe the plan is\ ,of 1 1I I II'
I consists; a six-step campaign
., the solution sought by the South. to implement plan. I
for the
t$ study a program power to give student legis J to '\utralize"Ohe National As-
I, school" integration in Dade Coun- ., -----. sociatVun for Advancement of \
t ty. ----i' Colored cople.

I.suffered : "The N V CEjjrganizations are :
Week Oct. 5.11 at the root'or-our racial 1
Handicapped problems '
Physically ..1
J when he lost to race-baiter David ," Bennett said. "The only
Eldredga by 23,000 votes, in one way I see to restore peace and
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of the dirtiest campaigns in Dade tranquility to the South is to
Finding jobs for qualified : >
!: history. TALLAHASSEE Governor Employer cooperation in the neutralize these organizations." :
The big vote piled up by El- Collins has proclaimed October handicapped workers is the goalof use of the handicapped in right The main step he Is 'I
dredge proved to many that Dade 3-11 as "Employ the Physically this ,state's annual Obser- job is evidenced by the 116, the for Congress to withdraw the tax
Handicapped Week" In Florida vance of National Employ the Employment Service has
County is not as liberal as was placedin exemption privileges the NAACP "
previously considered. It also did and urged such persons be given Physically HandJcaipped Week, the past nine months. enjoys. ; '
little in helping Gov. LeRoy Collins "equal consideration" for jobs according) to Melvin R.. Jackson, Employees with job openings He said he has written all //1'11 1'I'
,." land the national Democratic The Governor said that handicapped manager of the local Florida should get in touch with the Employment Southern and
' ... convention ,for Miami persons already employedby State Employment Service office. Service at 363 NW 11th charging that the NAACP '
1 Beach in 1580.a industry have "proven to have Applicants with some degreeof St. or phone FR 4-l' 392. Handicapped is "building up huge funds for . ,
"The election of my opponent low accident rates and to be handicap include 27 veterans, workers seeking employment the primary purpose of dividing
in no wise relieves me of my capable( effective and coopera- 51 males and female non-veter- should contact' the America and benefiting Communist ,\of
responsibilities as a citizen," Orr tive" employees. ans. same office.indirectly Russia" i
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The peaceful Integration of'
I George' Starko Jr. into the heretofore -
Commission Okays YMCA Variance I lily-white University of

_._ .. .. ._...._ __ __ _..__..__u__. _____ _,______.___ Supreme Court Kills Florida) law school his revised .
.oj.; the thinking of Florida legre- j.1 /
gationisU 'J
Figures released this week
ttEuas ue Schemes"Washington painfully showed the terrific cost

of ,separate but equal facilities la
education Take the case of the
The Supreme by them through eva- law school at Florida A&M Uni-
Court declared Monday states sive schemes for segregation versity, established for the specific -
cannot resort to "evasive whether attempted ingeniously or purpose of heading off In I
schemes" to continue racial segregation ingenUOUSlY said the opinion tegration. I
in schools. Thus it dealta read by Chef, Justice Warren.I" So far it has cost! the :Florida
blow to such (plans at those taxpayers $925,632.75 and has
calling for leasing public school granted law degrees to six stu ,
,, to private groups. dents. The cost per student is i
-..... \,, The unanimous opinion of the I $6,184 compared to $880 at tho

t ,.:i. ... .' .' ,<.. t. high tribunal was handed down ....... Unlverlty of Florida.
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------ -- shortly after a plan to lease four
,:; It. \ With than 19 students
never more
closed high schools to private organizations -
The Miami City Commission i mm, offices, club rooms, boardroom
| ; the law school has to
afoot In Little
was set ;;' i' I-
,granted, variance' to the George lobby, lounge, all-purpose '
: maintain a full law faculty to
Rock, Ark., where Gov. Orval ..
Washb icon Carver Branch a basement for physical "
( rooms and accreditation.
Faufbus has been opposing Im- gain
I YMCA td'operate at its new I I activity' The second building mediate racial integration at With FAMU badly in need of 1
site after i It consists of 1
headquarters a delay J Incomplete. Central High School. :' new buildings and facilities, it
of six months. There was no opposition 2800 sq. feet and will be used as Monday' opinion elaborated on ..' would not be surprising for the
t to the YMCA at the a )'\uth'd ;ertment. the court' Sept. 11 decision that -1--, '' Board of Control to close the
hearing last Wednesday, end the The Carver Branch expects to desegregation must proceed forth- ," . A&M law school building which
Commission agreed unanimouslyto be in the building within six with at Central High It went $,. :. A&M law school. and enroll the
grant the variance without weeflca. This will begin a new era further and aimed blows at whatit :r> ), 19 students in the law school at

hearing the case. for YMCA work in Greater Miami termed schemes to get around Gainesville .The A&M law school
The YMCA of Greater Miami according' 40 Mores L. its stand that racial segregationin building, which costs $270,000,
purchased, the former Orchard Perry, executive secretary. schools is unconsltutlonal. could be converted to other use.
Villa Baptist Church, 5770 NW A program feared to the total The rights of children to be
15th ave.,.for use by the Carver family, men and women, boys free of discrimination in The Rev Martin Luther King, The picture is seen much
Branch several months ago. The and girls 'will be offered. The non to schools "can admis-I author of the recently publishedbook clearer by the Florida segregationist -
YMCA property of seven city general program outlined consists nullified openly and directly "Stride Toward Freedom when we forget the moral
and show it in dollars and
lots with two buildings. One of club*, classes, physical state legislators! or state b"l (Harper Brothers, ) aspect
building consists of an auditor- activities and special 'events. or judicial officers, nor 8CE KINO P'II' 8 cents. '
Along these same lines, Coy
Raymond Gary of Oklahoma,
looking back on a year of integrated I I
It Church'Workers schools said: "I would say '
Conference Here '
integration saved us between
$750,000 and $1,000,000. .1' ,
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The 13& Triennial Conferenceof : The Benediction: was by the Rt. W. Nicholson Ph.D., rector, All :
p Church Workers opened on Rev Bravid W. Harris, DJX, Saints Church, at. Louis, Mo.,
Wednesday at St. Agnes Church, bishop of Liberia. and the Rev. Tollie Caution D.D. Holdup Trio 11j
the Ven. John E. Culmer, LLD. The long procession of acolytes Ten panelists from visiting !
rector. choristers and clergymen clergymen participated. '
Assisting Archdeacon Culmer singing "Onward Christian Soldiers 'The conference came into being , ;
were thet.Rev\ W. D. Turner of ," and "Ye Watchers And 69 years ago and has done Strikes Twice *'
Philadelphia and W. P. II. Parkerof Ye Holy ()ne" ,was quite impressive. -. a good job. In helping to present ; U.'I
Pittsburgh.At and advance the needs of the
evening song a near capa- Following this service, a reception Negro in the ,Episcopal{ Church. Three men, one of whom posed steins said the pseudo customeralso I
city congregation was present was given at the Parish rrhese Workers hold their Tri- as a customer, robbed M o e took the $8 pair of shoes
"Archdeacon Culmer brought House and grounds. The new ennial just three or four days Flriklstein and his wife of with which he wu being fitted
greetings to the Conference extending nodal hall was used for the first before the General Convention, $326.17 In their Royal Shoe Storeat when his partners produced: their
swarm welcome. I time Sunday. and 'always" in the same city as 6343 NW 7th Ave. The Flnkel- pistols.
The Rev. Thomas W. S. Logan The Conference Workshop directed they are all a part of the Gen- The shoe store manager, was
rector Calvary; Church, Philadelphia by the Rev. Thomas W: S.; eral' Convention. Speakers Includeed Dr. Luther held up at 9:7: pjn. and a similar -
responded. Logan, rector of Calvary Church The theme of this meeting was: Foster, president of Tutkegee
holdup was staged at 935pan.
I Tome Caution, D.D. Philadelphia: opened on Thursday The Responsibility! of Minorities Institute, Ala. Dr. Lester' Granger at Richie's. Pharmacy, 4260
executive secretary of the Division morning and will close on in an IntegratedChurch and of the National Urban NW 7th
of Racial Minorities for Friday afternoon. State." League, N.Y., the Rt. Rev. Bra-
the National Council of the Episcopal Theme for panel discussions are On Thursday >evening a ban- vid W. Harris, D.D., bishop of Police said Larry Toth-- 'the ,
Church, New York, addressed Why Biblical and Ecclesiasticaltajwatlves quet was given when Lawrence Liberia. store manager, and Geneva '
the congregation telling and How Practical Oxley, tLS. Department of Labor, All clergymen rendering 45 Wade a clerk, turned over .
I\ of the work of his division and Approaches Washington, DC., served n years service and over were $216.51' to three armed men resembling ,

the progress being made. Moderator arc: The Raw J., toastmaster. .. honored at this banquet. the trio in the holdup., ,., ...... ,"".,, .

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ambitious screen fare that's as prison van while still chained
powerful as it is entertaining. In I together. The build up towards
Sidney Poitfer Great in It are all the ingredients neededto their recapture, what they do in
cook up successful moviemaking their mancled flights to freedomand
and rewarding moving movie the words that writers and
going. As if taken from the producer allow them to nudged
Kramer's ttDef ant Ones"THE emotional headlines of our time,I into, the consciousness of the film
"Defiant" is a flicker which pullsno ; : watchers, lifts this picture into
r punches. Written by Nathan the top realm of the classic.ASTHMATICS.

Douglas and Harold Smith, it i* !
a peak production which must be
MIAMI. TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" fitted into the archives of our Want simple, effective relief tram
time as one of the greatest and choking, racking bronchial aeth
PAGE 2 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1958 most important films to ever hit matlc spasms Get genuine
the screen. Breatheaay M. what you've
been mlaslngl There'a no subtil-
A tale convicts not
of two wno
tute for original Breatheaay In.
ca { only hate the world, but becauseof haunt and nebulizing ..t. Get
Plauinq the Numbers racial differences hate each
comfort by breathing! Outran
other equally as much, "The De- .
... ... fiant Ones" concern two convicts teed.J
to the heart or the brain or the who make their escape from a 1410 N.W. 62nd St. Miami, Fla.
By DR. LEE W. (ELGIN eyes. Unfortunately, If you area
Dade County Health Dept I female in the child bearing age '
The Romans had a Unique and become pregnant, your baby
system of numbers which in will share your infection.

print are' very pretty. They could i Do you like to count money ox TV REPAIRS
add faster than Is possible with dream about millions? Well,:
the Arabic system, but it took' a here's a bad dream for you. It I rt'o
long time to write them out. The was mentioned above, our national ear
Roman ,numerals long ago were debt of 288 billion dollars.
discarded for the more I practical Look at what is helping to keepit NO CHARGE
Arabic figures, except for fancy 'up there. In 1955 the main-
uses such as cornerstones for tenance of ,patients with syphi-
buildings; clock dials and diploma litic insanity cost the tax payers A 20 Inch chain binding together I If we can't fix it in your home
et cetera. $40,684,000. The males in this Tony Curtis and Sidney
group had) an Income loss of Peltier because pewrful sym-
You probably remember that I $95,657,00.) loss of bol of racial conflict in Stanley 9 9 10 3
Meaning a a.m. to p.m.-Sunday to
V-five X-ten L-fifty
mean one, $9,075,000 in state and Federal Kramer's "The Defiant Ones."
D-five hundred, M-One thousand This simple, yet brutally final tie
income tax s'. Incidentally, not
C-One hundred thousand Numerically to forget to mention $12,000OOJ between the two men who are ,DRIVE-IN SERVICE
V equals Five >and D
escaping a posse by bludgeoning
more in maintenance cost for the
Five Hundred. Write them together blind. their way through the southern .
like DV and it means swamps, has taken on the statureof
Five Hundred and Five ((505)) to Getting ,tired of numbers? Oh entertainment immortality. ALL WORK GUARANTEEDPickup
wverytoody, But if you put V in well, only 135,542 newly diag- Poitier, born In Miami, of West
runt of D it might mean 495 on nosed cases of syphilis were reported Indian parents has a brother, and Delivery-No Charge
t cornerstone, but ,to all English to the Public Health Ser Cyril, who lives at 1344 N.W.
.peaking people, with the excap- vice on the fiscal year 195758. 68th Terr.

uon of the very naive, it standsor Although ,it cost a, pretty: pennyto One of the most talked abOut
- but one thing VJX and!! V.D.
cure them are
year we
productions to
ever come out of
aieans Venereal Disease. really more concerned about the Hollywood, ,"The Defiant Ones" IERIUW PWONOcrvcasP
thousands of cases who were has been adjudged memorablescreen e
The Romans were great a r
gamblers, ,especially the soldiers, probably never found and not I drama by film critics all
just like the soldiers of. today treated. penicillin oures'syphilis over the nation. Breaking records ""' "''' "RADIOS +

who whiled away their idle time but it has to get in a person'sbody in Chicago where it was # + + f F57225 ( ' HOME t .
do its Look
to Job. at this
by casting dice. 'Then as now tG initially opened several weeks
all crap shooters in the game ol example. At Houston, Texas in ago, it's a film which defies all P 4 AUTO t+ .
"galloping, 'dominoes," seven and 1956, there were 326 persons thv old 'rules of the city of make
eleven were lucky numbers. But contacting syphilis in an outbreak believe.

to some, seven and eleven can started by one Infected Getting its dramatic muschs
'be unlucky numbers. Seven to I I Negro male. Through the determ- from the story of two convicts,
effort of Public Health
ined the
eleven days after a sex contact, one white and the other colored,
a man who ,didn't take precau- Service, 70 persons were foundto chained together on a southern
tions or exercise elementarycleanliness be infected with syphilis. One chain-gang. "The Defiant Ones"bring
realizes he has con- hundred and twenty-six were out all the power and the American pfcono TV corp.
tracted gonorrhea. He, then will I treated as a protective measure glory of the silver screen when
seek treatment from an M. D. Sixty-six of the involved per- it's given a purpose and some..
and this not 1500 Roman style sons have yet to be found, and thing to say, .
2243 N.W.
Females are always unlucky because some of them will Infect many: As director and producer of 62nd Street NE 5.7225

they are seldom aware others. Later, these undetected of this tremendous film, Kramerhas .. .
that they are infected with VD. persons may become a financial brought into living focus air - . ,
So females, if occasionally indis- factor in the tax costs of a men
creet, should have a periodical tal or blind institution..

medical examination for VD. In Can one become immune to
1957, 216,476 cases of gonorrheawere venereal disease? Never, neither -
reported to the Public by innoculation or by acquir- Y0UR CREDIT IS OK AT
Health' Service by State Health I ing the disease as in typhoid *

Departments.Our :fever.
national debt is up in the "
billions and it has taken us from Will venereal disease ever be
the days of the Spirit of 1776 to eradicated? Not by ipencillin
climb that high. In our Arabac or the present wonder drugs of BAKER'S
system we can write $288,000,000 today or tomorrow. Never in all!
in a few moments. In Roman history of medicine has a dis-
numericals it would, take, too ease been treated out of existence
much space in this article to The'only hope and Vir-
write It. tually a guarantee, would be fora
total abstinence of sexual dis-
It is.a good thing that we cretion and faithfulness to one
don't have to count the num- sexual partner wife or husband'
bers of germs in a sick person Absolutely no side-stepping. The
like the spirochetes in a case of male if he had VD knowit
syphilis tain not The undeserved rabbits 'have reputationfor a cer- then he and his partner) would I NO* MONEY::

reproductive capacity but the be cured faithful and as long to each as they other remained -, DOWN: !

spirochettell! Rabbits have noth they would never contract It
ing on the microscopic that
germ again. Recently one male on a
splits in two over and over Furlough contracted gonorrhea.
again until there are billions in '
tie named eight girls with whomhe s s s.
an infected person's body. had sexual intercourse on his
Twenty-one days after exposureto weeks holiday. Probably all are
an infectious persons, the con- infected now and will Infect
tact will have an ulcer, the pri- many others.
mary chancre. In six weeks to
three months there, could be What about advice? There arc
thousands of rashy areas vis able no Roman numerials written as s -s s s SI

over the skin of the body, especially P. H., which to us means Public .
on the soles of the feet Health. M. D. to the Romans
and palms of the hands. One in meant 150i( but today it means
this predicament should not feei Medical Doctor. .So the answeris
happy because these rainless consult your M.D. or P.IL De- plctesf credit '#
itchless spots disappear without partment, if you think you haveor > -

treatment. He or she Just "ain't could have contracted VD. The .........................................
well. The spirochetes change toa best advice will be given. If you
slower more deadly pace after have VD they will give you : NAME. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ; ,
that and in' five to ten years Irreparable 600,000 or 2,400,000 units of !
damage has been done penicillin. ADDRESS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper"

Hawkins to Receive
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-- TAMPA "The Florida State

-___.. . 1 . . 1 . .- . I I'Conference I of Branches, NAACP I \
will honor Virgil Hawkins, who
for nine years carried on a THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE j
Freedom's Road fight to gain entrance into the ,
Along University of Florida," the president ,1t t
of the NAACP in Florida

Bv MOTH PERRY announced this week.
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Dr. A Leon Lowry, State Conference -
From Lexington Kentucky who are asking transfer to president and pastor of
comes warning of "catastrophe"from White schools because of inade- Beulah Baptist Chcrch: in Tam-
Gov.' Collins who addressed quate playground facilities. What pa, stated that the Florida -"" .
the opening business session will he say this time? Branches of NAACP would open
of the Southern Governors Con- Gov Faubus continues to be their 19th Annual Meeting in MAINTAINING MORE THAN .
lat- Daytona Oct. 23 through Oct. 26.
ference. Of course he was referring shameless and reckless. His I
to integration in the est diatribe is against the Pres- He said that Mr. Hawkins, a 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND
South, and '-e added further that byterian ministers of Little Rock member of the Bethune Cook- BROWARD COUNTIES
"our nation is facing the most lie has accused' them of "being! man Staff, has been appointed
severe constitutional and social brain-washed by Communists" Honorary Chairman of th 19th
crisis since the dark days of Re- because they oppose him. How Annual Ssssion of the Conference The 'Largest Organization of its Kind in

construction following the Civil ridiculous can he become? .
War" Gov. Collins is right of The South Serving Colored People"For
"Mr. is primarily responsible -
course about the constitutionaland 31 BUSES FROM
social crisis. He proposes for the breaking downof Fast, Efficient Service" Call
our first major barrier in the
that the issue of integration be NEW YORK
field of education here in Flor-
brought before Congress as its ida," Rev. Lowry said. He, as
first item of business next Jan-
well as hundreds of other per- q1li1
uary. YOUTH MARCHWith sons feel that every Negro in the .:
State of Florida should honor
CATASTROPHE OR DEFIANCEGov. four weeks still left to him ,for his courageous and out- / t

Collins and the other mobilize for the Youth March for standing fight afialnst countless ",. '
southern: governors no doubt are Integrated Schools a total of 31 obstacles," he said. ;, '1m,.

all agreed that to press for integration buses from New York City have The conference will begin its ., ...
will ba a catastrophe. been pledged already by
However, there are other opinions churches, unions and civic groups. Thursday session with the annual 11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
meeting of ministers of all
regarding! this issue of Each bus will carry forty child- 1880 NW. 73rd ST. PL 8-8827
denominations from the
school Some call and at least five adults, min- over .
integration. it a ren state. The meeting will be held at s 3461 GRAND 'AVE. HI 4.2447
long-delayed manifestation of isters, teachers or ,parents. the New Bethel Baptist Church, s 4240 N.W. 27 AVE. NE 0-3486
democracy in action. Some Duke Ellington has loaned hisorchestra's
I I corner South Street and Campbell .
PL 1-OJ27
7102 N.W. 14TH AVE.
people, too, call the attitude of bus which will carry !
and will 10.30
begin at
: ajn.
the southern governors who are 55 members of the Brooklyn 6241 N.W. 17TH AVE. PL 8-0990
opposing integration defiance of Youth Bartk . .all between the The regular sessions will open 17325 HOMESTEAD AVE. s CE 5-3553
on Friday morning\ with delegates -
the U. S. Supreme Court and the ages of seven and 16. Perrln
from branches and other
Constitution of the United States. The Upper Manhattan Medical organizations gathering to take ./ 1022 N.W. TH ST. JA 2.3474
Group in addition to pledging a Ft. Lauderdale
I believe I would feel more bus has offered the services of part in workshops on "Voter s 339 HAMMONDVILLE WE!: 3-3230
kindly disposed toward southern five doctors and five nurses un- Registration, "Desegregation" and RD., Pompano
governors if they would speak in der the direction of Dr. Arthur to hear details of the struggle to s 14460 N.W. 22ND AVE. MU 8-0017
the modern language of times end racial discrimination in the
our Logan. They will ride the busesto Opa Locka
instead of reviving Civil War and from Washington. State of Florida. s 2100 N.W.,3rd,, CT. FR 4-6331

slogans and attitudes. la their A mobilization committee has Many prominent persons are i
public utterances they speak of been set up in Baltimore under expected to atteend the Confer
Reconstruction and then of the the Rev. Troy Brailey and ono ence. Speakers will be announced I 1163 N.W. 3rd AVE. FR 3.8416
present "catastrophe. What in Washington under Rev. Shelby at a later date. t'
happened: to the years in between Rooks. Jr. in Philadelphia a com-
. ? There is an Ignoring of mittee is in process of being es- -_
the segregation, years, as though tablished.
those years of oppression and Student groups from major ELNORASUNDRIES
prejudice had never been. But universities all the way from
time has run out. We are in 1958, Harvard in Cambridge, Mass.
and the past is behind us. The south to John Hopkins in Baltimore AT LASTAvailable
future beckons and holds the Md., are preparing to particle Headquarters for your
promise of better things for ate. The marchers will Include MIAMI TIMES If you live out
southern Negroes. yOUng people Negro and Brownsville way
White from fourth grade thru WOMEN'S AND MEN'S HOSE To
college. WE SERVE

Although we know that segregation I The new date for the March is Foremost Ice Cream
in a democracy is' Saturday, October 25. The post- !
wrong, I believe I would also ponement was announced jointlyby Phone NE 4.9441
feel much more kindly disposed A. Philip Randolph and Jackie
toward southern governors and Robinson following the attack on 4338 N.W. 27th Ave.J. LOTS FOR SALEOR
their predecessors had they the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
obeyed the dictum of lUc! "sep "Dr. King has been closely .. FINCHER, Mgr
arate but equal" ruling when it Identified with the conceptionand Indt t
was in effect. Then the south planning of the March and

might have a firm leg to stand intended" to be in the line of Drive Carefully HOME OF YOUR CHOICEIN
upon today in the matter of In- march, the statement said.

tegration. At least the argument .y
would have some basis in fact. -

But unfortunately, this system of AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCEPay
"separate but equal" turned out
to be virtually another form of BeautifulRichmond
slavery; sugar-coated to some As You Ride. . $12.00 Down 1and Jow

degree, but deadly nevertheless. weekly payment on most policiesNO
Segregation was never anythingbut
an expedient, political meansof INTEREST OR CARRYING CHARGES
keeping the southern Negro HeightsFlneat

ed."in his place," after slavery end. SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY

/ Communfty Living Especially For Children
The Catastrophe that Gov. 36th Street PL 9-5284
Collins speaks of has been a
RESIDENTIAL LOTS $1775 to $2950
long time brewing. I can't believe -
it is a catastrophe to south. OPEN SATURDAYS UNTIL 3 Reasonable Terms
em Negroes, for at long last

they are now standing up and' 1 .. .... . HOMES $8350 to $35,000
fighting for their rights as
American citizens. Many southern FHAVA.ConventionalRICHMOND
whites do see this social
val as a catastrophe. It is
them since It is the beginning of i DOR-CHA I Inc. HEIGHTS OffiCE/
the final breakdown of the old i ,
caste system. Most southern ,
whites haven't changed much in 14520 Lincoln Boulevard
their thinking and habits of living -
since Reconstruction Days. It Rentals Open Seven Days a Week !
is to be hoped that this awaken- Real Estate
ing from the put into the present I:
modem world will pave the way .
for better relationships eventu- -*- Weekdays 9tOO a.m. to 8tOO p.m. :

ally the between south.IN .Negroes and Whitesin Saturday,and Sunday lOtOO a.m. to 7iOO p.m.

PASSING 1009 N.W. 2nd Ave.. e !

Supt. Joe Hall and his "integrated" Phone CEdar 5.6262
schools in Dade County
(remember on the witness stand Phone FR 4-0028-FR 4-3853 "
he stated that schools in Dad e Ask for Mrs. Thelma Aranha, Mrs. Peterson or

County were not segregated?) Mr. LedfordI
may have to come up with some MIAMI 36, FLORIDA
fine and fancy answers to the
requests of 30 Carver students


4 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 19 58 SHORTAGE AT THE BLOOD BANK \ Shriners Boat -,;, u, ,

One of the most important banks in Miami is being Ride SaturdayThis
threatened with failure. It's the Dade Count Blood Bankat Saturday nitc 8:30: p.m.
1800 NW 10th Ave. the beautiful Seven Seas Dream
W [a who had serious illness in our Boat will embark from Mac-
aA ; Many of Us have not Arthur Causeway docks (just
families are not too familiar with the importance of the across the bridge on County
Blood Bank in our community. Cause Aay) for a blissful cruise
The Dade Blood Bank was founded in 1941 and around the Gold Coast of Miami
TEMPORA MUTANTUR IT NOS MUTAMUR IN ELLIS since that time has issued more than 285,000 transfusions.The I Beach. Good music, large dance
"Tho Tim& Art Chu;. And W. Ar. Changed With Th."'" Blood Bank belongs to you and other citizens of the I area plenty of deck of chairs, and
a copious refreshments -
Otftc at 11U N.W. Third AVOHUK MUmt, Flftrtda-Phont FR S.ttSi community. will help provide you
PUnt at 740 N.W. tM* Aveft"-Pho" PL 4.1"1 You as a donor, control what is done with your t with restful pleasurable cruising.
toa .. .. ._ ..
blood. You may donate to replace blood already given ---- -
'a"rM as ...... Clue, Auut >, 1!27. at thl Post Off c. at friend or relative, or you make an advance deposit in F
........ Ffrrtda. wide tho *t of March 3. UT_ your name. It is similar to putting money in a bank. Blood

H. E. SIQISMUND REEVES Editor deposits may also be made in the name of your church,
GARTH C, REEVES AlSoc'-t. I dit.r and Buli m Manager lodge club union or any group having a Blood Bank account
These group accounts are called "organizational tho Natl.iMil N.wspapir PublteMtr AHclati accounts" and blood deposited in them is good until used. '
Mea+1or ot v.o A. ,ciat.d Ntg,. Press ..I
,1 The giving of a pint of blood, whatever your reason iI1 i 1
.' SUBSCRIPTION& RATES: may be is a generous and thoughtful thing to do. Anyone'i
ONE YEAR $-.00 SIX MONTHS $%..SO THREE MONTHS given blood immediately and without question upon the I
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK: request of any qualified physician. Each patient is askedto x
replace on pint-for-pint basis. Blood should be replaced -II
LEGALIZED GAMBLING promptly in order to keep a sufficient stock on
You cant blame Commissioner John McCIoud if he hand for other sick and injured people. If you need blood -- --. -
b le-a.diag the fight for more of the state's gambling taxes and have no access to a blood account you must deposit I Noble Andrew Roberts Asst
four Datte County. Let's hope for his sarceas. Dade County $25 per pint as security for the blood loaned you from Raban of Kazah Temple: a resident -
bno &oa nearly all of the taxes from horse and dog the advanced deposit of others. of Miami for the past 49
racing, ; 9: percent, to be correct; but her smaller sister I A critical situation has arisen at the Blood Bank due years, a Church member, of a St.membeer Matthews of
counties share equaqin the bounty. to the volume used and the small percentage replaced. A most Baptist Masonic organizations anda
: However CODUm: *osier, your threat to attempt closing I couple of case histories will show you what we mean: I citizen of the good old USA.
the tracks just wont work, and you know that. Mists Ruth Stuart is an out patient at Jackson Memorial urges you to Join him and the
f Quite important too., is the attempt made by ex- with severe anemia. She has used 80 pints of blood other Nobles* Daughters and
champion Jack Dempsey and his attorney, Dean Anfrange but only 10 pints has been replaced. Eddie Graham went friends en this sensational trip.
t4 introduce gambling "casinos, in Miami They appeared in Jackson two years ago with a gunshot wound in his .,. .,. :---
before the commissioners with the proposed ordinance STine So far he has used 91 pints of blood and replaced
a*d the commissioners passed the first reading However only five. At this rate our bank is bound to end up on the Personal Mention
s<$me of them declared this was done in order to bring rocks..
th* ntalter' up for discussion.tA A special citizens committee has been asked to meet
\rjeady a move b on foot to recall the county commissioners Monday night to organize a permanent organization to Mrs. Lillian Archer is spending
if the gambling ordinance become law However aid in getting individual donors and organization. to set her vacation and) Miami She visitingreiatires is the
five of those elected on Tuesday oppose the casino up accounts. In strengthening our Blood Bank we do a \house guest of her nlec Miss
ordinance', special service to the community and enjoy a stronger Beatrice Rote ISO NW 1st PL
Governor LeRoy Collins is also opposed to this or feeling of belonging. Mrs. Archer is the founder and
d nance. The governor and the Dade Crime Commission president of the Girls Lydia Club
have been waging war against the bottta in Florida and i utf Nassau.: Deputy Daughter
FOR RENT 5 Negroes Win Ruler of the Antlers and was recently -
there b little doubt that this form of gambling has been : elevated to the Pas t
curbed Many arrests have been made and fines imposed, 2 & 3 Bedroom District Committee Daughter! Rulers Council at the
sending most of the operators out of business or causing Posts Grand Lodge in Wuhinten: D-C

them to take cover 56.50 & $7.00 week FtYIt' Negroes, inciudinN one Robert "Bob Dean arrived
Dempsey's proposal" will bring big revenue to the Repcnbtirs were elected on.Tuesday front Tafr'urn-a last week
state, but' Florida is getting along very well without this Arch Creek !: as cctcmLtteemeii aod and u undergoing. medical
revenue front; gamblingcasinos aad; certainly should noteacouragtj women in their districts. treatment Be Is guest of his
any more than now exists I Colored Subdivision I INaiKJcrits and their friend A S&rachaa of 1307 NW
Let U3 not sell our birthright for the proverbial I distorts were: District 3, Percy 2nd arc
"ness of pottage i2ist St. & NE 12 AY S. P'tk; Detect 18; Dr. K. A.
Ward; Owtrurt: t-1J.. Charles IL Ben Brice. Miami man about.
Williams I toxn. returned to Miami last
and DQnClhr BiYins.
., ORR .lOSES ... I FOR COUPLES ONLY t.Qn.lDl1ft tat the GOP ia Dad Wednesday from his annual try
County\ was Wajracu A. E 'aas to Cold Spring Farm., Stamford,
In; Tuesday's election Rep.. Doha B. Orr Jr.. lost his ,'!A neighborhood w h e r ei| in District 19. New York. As usual Mr. Brica i
seat. ia. the House of Representative to- Rep* David; EI- I there is plenty of work n>i iI i reports a very pleasant stay in
dredge. The vote was heavy. S3562: to 6t1.t r1. Orr': sup- I walking di.sta.D.ce. : Jimmy Bell Dies New York.:

porter just could: not overcome the strong force of the Just west of the FEC R-R-! James A (Jimmy: ) Eell;. popu- 'c1t.. Inc. had been in fH health!
segregationists.: The state has Host a real good legislator I lar ltimL. scaox figure, died at since August. He' is survived bya
in Mr: Orr. However. that's- water: tinder the bridge;;; so- See Rufus Washington has !home 1430 NW 19th st. on : wife I.udtill. Funeral services
we look forward ,to Rep. EIdn gtf'S. poMtJcaU c career. I II Thursday afternoon* B H, a in charge of Richardson Mortuary -
Apt. 16 icngtrme member of the King of ,. are incomplete.
Our new cQunfycoltUtt ianets anR.a t! :_ R.1.1'-
Yield, for District t Ben I, "' "" "' "' "'"I - '"!; ... -
;; McGahey for District I; ImKrph.t : .
""' ""' 'il -or. ..
Boyd for District 3,: Walter Weiss i District: amf .1..'a-r \
ander Gonlon Patten,Jr District 5v. For th* city: of Jtmorii Dfirtrict.1Arthur : i,( : COMING MONDAY !

TheAutnnomy- Amendment was l'tn1t ftjr a. Ihryr ma;, The First and Only Book of its KindA
jority 73.36T 1 to 49,463., This- was a surpruw' a* durtnjr
the, last week of,the campaign titer "YEJ?*" people .wsemHif,, NEGRO BUSINESS AND
to be so sure of a wctoryTha>voters of Dads County once CLUB DIRECTORY -
.. "
again said: They want the 3CeteipoUtan fern ofgnveraiment. t. '.w \..

,,; 1 .
On another amendment changing-! name' from :L
Dade County; -- Miami: County; the voice of the people 1a .
cried outs: We will maintain the' name Dade County. i
Now the! voters can ,take a rest. while losers count I
the costs! and: look forward to fight another day.


At a new. conference on Wednesday President y
Eisenhower called upon all Americans to comply with
the Supreme Court's school integration rulings lest: there '
be "grave consequences' to the nation. The presidentsaid

"The Supreme Court. in its: opinion rendered Mondays ,
once again has spoken with unanimity. the matter '
of equality- of opportunity for education in the natron's: : : \ i. .

public schools.. It is encumbent upon all Americans pub :
lic officials, and private citizens alike., to recognize their '
duty of complying with the rulings of the highest court : ..
inthe land. Any other course. as t Lave said: before would : 1958Of
be fraught with grave consequences to our nation. :
.Americans have always been proud that their institutions ,
rest on the concept of equal justice under law., : Greater Miami,. FloridaIf

W. must never forget that the right of all of us depend : you are already-at the directory you can get :roar copy:at th. office*
upon* respect for the lawfully determined right of: each or a salesman wilt be around to d. -nrrvur: copy to you in a few day...
t of tt*. As one nation.. we must assure to, alt our people., : HURRY! THEY ARE LIMITED
whatever their color or creed.. the enjoyment of their :
constitutional; rights and the: full measure of the law's : Everybody- want one? but "Sabacri en'*come tint

protection." 0fce:1304 N.W. Third Avenue FR 9-1703
Wft.nmat be faithful :
to constitutional ideas and
go> forward; in, good faith with the unremitting: task of : After! pun. NE 5-3321

translating: them into realitarr I C HHSS SS3S3S3KCPAGE

$4,854 Raised for THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" ber Shop Prop., is passing out
cigars for his first !girl (three
Men's ,Day' at Broward SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1958 PAGE 5 boys). Wife Juanita Is In Jack-
son Memorial doing nicely . ,
Greater Bethel County The Harry Pinkneys are cuddlinga I

baby iboy born last Saturday in
By ORA LEE TAYLOR' NewsBy Christian Hospital . Johnny

The third Sunday was indeeda Ware the Vic Potamkin Chewy
great day for Greater Bethel. salesman Is. also selling space
AIME Church. Never In the his- now for radio station WFEC. I"
tory of the church has there been Walter BoweStarlight Johnny replaces ,Bud Ward who
greater fellowship and brother- accepted a position In Washing, "I
hood demonstrated than on Men's ton D.C.LOOK.
Lodge No. 542 will
Day. This magnificent programwas
meet Friday night, Oct. 3 at the
spearheaded by Dr. G. W. '
Hawkins chairman Atty. L. E. Masonic Temple on Pembroke .woe2a FOR THE Carver YM
Thomas, co-chairman; Rev. F. J. Road. All members are asked to to get plenty support now that
Hicks, Rev. S. A. Cousin pastor. be present and on time. Clarence THAT SPECIAL event added, going Phil. they have that new building to
The theme "The Role of Chris- Johnson W. M.; Hiram Ash, sec- to Sunlight Beauty Culture's I I I'f really put on tian Men in Our World of Tomorrow retary. yearly prom and hair style show FIRST Alter hour at gram Moses Perry has been do- '1
," was supported by the this year Is the crowning of Miss ., stay Ing a terrific job against tough
Club worth it In
morning and evening speakers.The All members of Pallbearers Sunlight. The affair is on the Royale was odds . Look for Negroes to
No. 81 requested to be more ways than one, aside from In the
Lodge are purchase and occupy seats
morning message was most pad for next month. It's their
albly delivered by Judge Ray present at a special meeting Mon- 22nd presentation . The Wo- Wally Futon, always great and reserved section at future Uni-
Pearson who said that he felt day night Oct. 6 at the Masonic men's Cooperative Club held liked by all the Sparks a new versity of Miami games. Word is
Temple' on Pembroke Road. Wal- young group Is headed for big that no attempt will be made to
that he was in an environmentof its annual dinner at the C 1 u b Their
real Christians who were ter Batch, president Mrs. Willis Royal Sept. 28 . The Willie happenings. weekend stand move a Negro ,fan for fear of a
Mae Valdez, vice president. here is receiving great admira- court suit, which the city can't
working toward the goal of Maxwell (Gloria Blatch) arrivalat .
tion Did recognize Mar-
you win and does not for the
brotherhood of man and father- Mt Sinai Hospita Sept 20 . care
cella Wake the of the
on cover
hood of God. Ills whole messagewas I The Southern Travelers bet- Congrats to Willie Emma Robinson bad publicity. Negroes were real
October The
Magazine (
ter known as the Ford All-stars ly steaming when more than
a sermon long to be remem- in town last weekend on '
Seventh Adventist
the Pearly Gates and other Day publica 2,000 were turned down at the
bered. The evening message was honeymoon as houseguest of
. .
tion?) The NAACP Benefit
delivered by our own Atty. Hen- ,, night Oct. 4 at New Macedonia Officer and Mrs. M C. Bowlesof at the gate at the Wisconsin game
Church, 2201 SW 48th program Longshoremen
Baptist .
ry Arrington who reminded us 65th st.
Hall sill feature the Melody
in words of Dr. Martin L. King ave. at 8 o'clock. Rev. N. H t Echoes and the Utility Voices
"we have come a long but Philips, pastor. I
ways NU CHAPTER Chi Eta Phi Sunday Oct. 19 at 3 pm
we have a long ways to go." He
The Juvenile department ot: Sorority's annual Founders' Day Drive Carefully '
outlined many obstacles we yet Pallbearers Lodge No. 81 will Tea Oct. 19, 5T27 NW 17th ave. HARRY' SMITH, Varsity Bar :

free have overcome in order to be meet Saturday at the Park Mrs. Attend this affair Thomas __U __ ___ ___
Pittman returned to these :parts ,
A. O. Henderson Juvenile con- 1
Never before has
the of
ductress. last week Edih Glass is reported PHONE PL 8.0021 1'
and ) I\lI'
cooperation love penetrateda be i \ )
to attending Gibbs Jr.
Men's Day program here or in College In St. Pete . Cornelia '1,1
Arriving from Detroit rectntly HOWARD :
many other places. Clubs, I Allen Coconut Grove ., ."
I was Miss Delores Wheat who is ( Key West) I
churches groups and individuals the house guest of Miss Dorothy and children departed last weekto ATTORNEY AT LAW ,y
volunteered and gave freely of
join daddy in Manhattan last
daughter of Mrs. Mabel "
Hart :,1 >'
their means services and pres Hart of 4200 SW 28th st. week. He's Menery Allen ,, / ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF ,HIS OFFICE .
ence. The seats were filled to Northwestern band instructor is .t
capacity ,with people from all The two young ladies, regis- . ,
tered nurses enjoyed a vacationin said to be planning to take a 8301 Blioayne Boul.vard-8ult. 112 > t j
overt wife. If so I bet it will be the \
the beautiful city of Nassau,
The pastor officers members Bahamas. new school mam at Dorsey. They Miami, Florida i.. ..
and the committee wish to thank have known each other for some.
all who made the day most suc- time
cessful. We wish to thank the Volunteers WantedFor I II
men who came from various 11''
churches to Join with our men's "SunshineArmy" EVA MAE CLORIE and Ernest
choir to furnish beautiful music Stebblns have their nuptial vows MORTGAGE LOANS 'J
for the day. Special thanks to dated for Oct 21 . Sigma
Arthur King. director of choir I An. .urgent appeal? is. being Omicron chapter of Alpha Chi Pi IN A HURRY
No. 1 of Mt. Zion Baptist Church : made for nunareas or volunteers Omega Sorority's annual Benefit
who directed as if it were his I to join te "Sunshine Army" to I Tea (James E. Scott Day Cen- I Prompt *ervloe day or night a tat and 2nd mortgage,
own group and contributed to raise funds for Sunshine Conva- ters) will be sipped Oct. 26 at i Prepayment( !''privilege In a Grace periods I hit! every
two master piece solos to the oc- lescent Center. the Square audit . 27th Ave's
casion. Thanks to: Greater New Men, women and children are Booker Terrace (dancing entertainment every mortgage mortgage
Mt. Zion Rev. M. J. Faison, Invited to give their time and and Happy Rose) drewan Our Service is Professional, Courteous '1 ; I
pastor Homestead; New Hope effort from now until Thanksgiving early crowd to its last week's' and QUICK ""
Baptist Church Rev. Shlpp pas- Day in the goal:: of raising Amateur Hour. The show was (
tor; New Bethel Opa Locka, $50,000 to build the Sunshine hot bad, Milt . That United DADE-BROWARD MORTGAGES )
Rev. J. K. Smith pastor; AME Convalescent Center at 2611 NW Nations Tea is on calendar for t
Church of Opa Loeka, Rev. Jenkins 67th st.You Oct. 26 at Pharr Out. It Is being AND INVESTMENTS : j w
pastor; Ward Chapel, Rev can help full time or part sponsored by' the Baha'Is of WA 3-707J
Miami FR 7.4812 Hollywood
Russell, pastor; Ebenezer M. E. time days or evenings, In this Greater Miami . Phil Ossofer
Church, Rev. A. Hall pastor; AM" worthy charity to care for our creater of the column "Pun Ft. Lauderdalet JA 3.7148 ,
Church, Rev. Burroughs pastor; aged and ill folks Phun" for this sheet, continuesto ASK MR. KAPP '
Rev. Mason and congregation; "Sunshine" is a non-profit gain recognition for many fOR
Israel Bethel Baptist Rev. Brant- charitable organization for the smiles and careful thinking. Nice

ley, pastor; St. James AME Rev.A. needy. Volunteers please call I n..n....*&..... ....u&..&..&..;&''&.&.&*':&!.*'........a rr..owwvvr...n...............:t;uvn...rr
J, Reddick pastor; Church of Mrs. Dorothy Bethel at NE 5-1865 ftiKot.:5:,Ko7.,?&i5w5wsg! "Cftira,!R.i&i5MiE7CEASOR'S .a., ...7.., ....T..a..M, ,, ., ,. .,:s-... .. ._M _
the Incarnation, Rev. H. E. S. and register your name and address -
Reeves, St. Paul AME Coconut for further Instructlns.
Grove, '''Rev. T. C. Kelley pastor
Melvin Jackson, representativeSt. #11 UNIVERSITY Jltr t
Paul AME Church Miami you this effort was not only a
and any others who cooperated. financial success raising a totalof
U indeed $4,85.30 but it has soundedthe
Greater Bethel grate-
ful to Dr. G. W. Hawkins his keynote of Christian Broth- h -OF- ,,21 i CI.
committee, the women who erhood and unity among the I
boosted the' men on to victory churches of all denominations in !!; f
and each speaker platform the area for which we are Indeed i ft COSMETOLOGY'ANNOUNCES
guest and visitors. We assume

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The Gator Bowl, Jacksonville, ;Florida b
ADMISSIONBox Phone NE 4.9379

Seat Reserved Section End Zone ,u;;

$3.50 $2.50 $1.50Mall ....-.-....

orders for tickets will be accepted (after October 11 by 1't't.

Paul ,Hyde Business Manager, Bethuns-Cookman College Augustus Ceasor ........................ ..... President and Business Manager

Daytona Beach Florida; H. R. Partridge, Business Manager fJ Willie Mae Ceasor .................. ..,..... General Manager and'' Secretary,

Florida A&M University, Tallahassee, Florida. Willie J. Wright, I ..........................,..... Treaurer and Chief Accountant .
after October 11 )jat .the following Jacksonville/ SU
Tickets locations on: Hollywood sale Music (Store, 605, Ashley; Cohen Brothers, 'U Rev. T. Johnson ............................ ......................................... Counselor ,

St. James (Boulevard; Harry 'Flnkle teln Company, 633 W. Bay: Sallie Collins .....uu.uu... .a..a",..............,................ Instrueter\" '. s
and Tourist Bureau Hamming Park. .:".:,1' '

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THE MIAMI TIMES.-'% People Newspaper" 15 Job Openings


Greater Miami Urban

FAMU Now League for announces the following Job opportunities positions-: a 5 & tOe STORE ill

Playmakers Telegraphic-typewriter opera- N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481
tor, GS-3 and 4, Security Offi- 1200 W
cer I, Tax Record Clerk I Trainer -

Performing in AfricaBy Steno,Calker Engineering Clerk, Boilermaker II, Armature Draftsman, Electrician Winder.II-, D LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN", I IGlrll'

maintenance Painter ship)
( ), (
CHARLES J. SMITH, III Tabulating. Machine oeration gym suits ............ 2.50 Boys' gym shorts ........ 1.00 EJ

I II supervisor, BS-4 through 7, Tab- .. .. ..
.. .. .. 1.93
Girls' sneakers
TALLA1HIASSEE The FlorI- 5 Miamians ulating Equipment Operator Supervisor Boys' sneakers ............ 1.98 I
da A&M University Playmakers I GS-4 through 7, Girls' socks .................... .29 ..
will leave New York's Interna- lation Project Planner, TabU-I Boys' sneakers ............ 3.88 |
tional Airport Tuesday, Sept. SO At Clark through 7. Folders ea.- 05
at 2:30 !, on the first leg of I For detail information regard- Boys' socks .................... .49
their two-month's tour of the I Five 1958 graduates of Miami ing the above Jobs contact, H. Pocket dictionary ........ 43 I
African continent. They are slat- high schools were among the 305 Allen Wheatley Jr., of the Greater Boys' jock strap ....:....... .87
ed to land In Monrovia, Liberia freshmen w'ho enrolled at Atlan Miami Urban Leaegue, locatedat Marble Back Comp.

the following evening at 1025: ta's Clark College last week after 395 NW First St or call FR Book ........................ .29 Boys' tee shirt I ...-........... 39 m
acoording to S. Randolph Edmonds I participating! in a week of fresh- 16476.
Playmakers director.At man orientation activities. JUST ARRIVED: For baby boys and girls-Diaper sets, dresses, o
the time he announced the They are Barbara J. Collie, a suits sweaters and bootees.

itinerary, Edmonds also disclosed student in the Department of department Orders, dress materials-Sold every
Education and Psychology; Gloria Alsa Connie A. Sawyer an lID Simplicity patterns, Money
the of the players who till I
names 7:45 a.m. to 7:15 p.m. Saturday
thru Friday, :
day, Monday
will perform during the tour. T. Gibson, a social science elementary education major; and I
They will appear In Jelfer's major and Lovell T. Lewis, whois I June T. Williams, who is maJor- 9 p.m.-Closed Sundays.

adaptation of "Medea," a three- in the business administration I ing in social science. I __ .1iII ._.... .....
act play, and three one-act plays.

The Piaymakers will 'be the
fourth Intercollegiate group to
tour under the auspices of Pres-
ident Eisenhower's Special International "F s,.
program for Cultural ; + YE
Presentations and the first froman
all-Negro Institution.
In addition to Monrovia, the
Piaymakers are scheduled to appear -
;, / Ri
in Freetown, Sierre Leone,
sera, Ghana; Lagos, Nigeria; B
Brazzaville, French Equatorial}
Africa; Leopoldville, Belgium, z
Conic; Usuntnira, Tanganyike;
Entefbbe, Uganda; Addis Ababa,
Ethiopia; Khartou. Sudan, and
Carlo, Egypt. From the latter they
will return to the United States
via Paris, arriving at Idlewild
Airport at 8:40: ajn., on the hq
morning of Friday, Nov. 28.

In addition to Edmonds and fa
his wife Irene, the latter a rec-
ognized authority on the child- e i r :
rens' theatre, the following per-
sons will matke the tour: n'V'
Mrs. Berthine Valden Jordan, it
Jacksonville; Miss Barbara Meade
Edwards, Tallahassee; Roger E.
Baker, Pensacola; Miss Gwendolyn -
Benyard Doerum, Ga; Mrs.
Juanita F. Jackson, Talahassee
and Ocala; Miss Dorothy Taylor,
Tallahassee; William Larkins,
West Palm Beach; Raymond
Aranha, Miami; John Alexander
and John Black, Charlotte, N.C.

West Indies x>: n t /L 1 + 63I

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Editor Visits f 1

Editor Edward Laing of the
Daily Clarion of Belize, British
Honduras stopped over in Miami
last Friday while enroute home
following a stay in Chicago. Edi- ra
tor Laing left Miami on Satur- ; '
day morning to complete his trip '4 I 4
to Belize. I \ -. 4r.: -
While in Miami Mr. Laing was
the houseguest of his sister and
nephew, Mrs. Edith Jenkins and
Captain Clyde Jenkins of 355
NW 9th st., apt. 5. This was Mr.
Laing's first trip to Miami, and
he was very much impressed with .
this city. 1 .1
Mr. Laing! formerly lived In
Chicago more than 27 years ago.

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Pictured above are scenes from western and her court. They are' Reese, attendant Betty Clark, the North
C 7 (] the first two high school foot. I Grace Lewis, attendant; Jeanetta Miss North Dade, and Annie Halfback Cecil Young of Mays game.
Ln141.J ball games played In Miami this I Harris, Miss Northwesern and Grace Carter, attendant. In frontof I Is seen strutting on
0roV DQi349( season. The games were North. I Lelda Thomas, attendant. Miss North Dade Is Aaron Ml for a touchdown. It was run the
western High against Carver Upper center shows Miss Car jell the team's mascot I longest run of the which
NE 5-6171 High, played (art Friday night at ver High and her court: Shirley Center left shows Mix Mays May won 90. game
Miami Stadium and North Dade Baldwin, attendant; Sandra John High and her court: Electra Da. Lower view
1121 N.W. 29th Street High of Opa Locka, against Mays son, Mill Carver, and Joyce vidson, attendant; Mary Merritt, the spectators shows In the a portion of
? Miami of Goulds, played Saturday nightat Lang, attendant. Miss Mays High and Margaret the Mays.North Dade bleachersat
Dorsey Park. Upperight shows Miss North Singer attendant.Center Northwestern game.
w Upper left shows Miss North. Dade and her court: Martha right shows scene from 8.-photos by won Johnson Its of game Miami.14.

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THE MIAMI TIMES-'The People. Newspaper"

in Your Social Security I I I I SATURDAY, OCTOBER) 1958 PAGE 7 i

will contribute 2Vt percent also. The amended' law also makes

Some important changes have The self-employment social security it easier for peole whose disabilities
been made in the old-age and tax will increased three develop gradually to
survivors insurance ,program as eighths of 1 percent and will become qualify for either cash disability
a result of the Social Security three and three fourths of benefits or the disability' "freeze."
Amendments of 1958 which net earnings 'up to $4,800 in the This is brought about through a
e President Eisenhower signed Into year. Self employed people: will change in the work requirements.It .
law on August 29. pay at this increased rate for the is no longer necessary that the

iL f/V o All of the changes, directly or year 1959 with the tax return I worker have at least 1% yearsof
indirectly, affect the American they make early in 1960. social security credit out of

public as a whole. Working persons Important changes( have been'' the three years before he became
Bi| Stanley Swcetin employed and self em made in the disability Insurance disabled. The standards for determining -

----- ployed need to know about provision in the law. If a worker I disability' remain the
them; their families need to know age 60-64, is getting monthly' same. A person must still (be unable -
UP 'IN BROWARD County new site is located at 590 NW about them. I. disability' benefits because he is to perform substantial,

there's a voting booth with two: 5th ave., with Mrs. Lillie Mae In the articles to follow I shall too disabled for further substantial : gainful work. The new require-
machines, manned entirely by; Harrison in charge. describe the changes singly and gainful work, paymentscan ment is that the worker be fully
six Negroes The precinct, No. 92, in detail today I shall restrict be made to his dependentsjust insured and have 20 quarter of
is located at Carver Ranches BEAUTY CULTURIST Mable ; like the !payments made to coverage out of the 40 calendar
to of the most
Community Park and is staffed Hart's daughter,* Dorothy,. '''and myself important a changes summary designed to old-age insurance (beneficiaries quarters before he became dis

with three cleilks, two guards' Delores Wheat of Detroit, both strengthen this Federal social insurance Moreover, a person entitled to abled.

and one deputy. Hampton Institute 1957 grads, system which provides: social security disability benefitsno
took a PAA flight out Wednes- partial protection against loss of longer has the amount of his Other changes have been made
A NEW SCHOOL for the Lib. day afternoon at 1:15: for Nassau income the retirement benefit payment reduced or with- in the social security law, including -

erty City area will be completed I en a week's vacation-their earned, death or total upon disability of; held because he is receiving disability several relating to bene-
by January. Considered for the first. Their Nassau address: worker. payments from some other fits for dependents. I shall discuss -
I the
principalshiip spot is former Lib Olympia Hotel, Bay Street. Federal or State sources. the latter in my next article.
erty City Elementary chieftain I Most important, because it affects I I ,

Alese Gill. The Northwest 75th I. THERE'S AN INTEGRATED (practically all working

Street layout will be temporarily)) kiddiel and operating successfully people and their families is the
tagged North Liberty City Ele along Northwest 8th street. increase In benefit amounts. This:
mentary. It's a Baptist school called Good- applies to those now getting benefit

will Center, featuring Negro stu- payments and to those who GO FIRST CLASS
THIEVES BROKE In Rah. dents and White personnel. will become beneficiaries In the

mdngs Restaurant a seafoodeatery future. Most monthly benefit
checks will be about 7 percent
a couple of Tuesday nights I MARY RITT'S'' "Mlae Silver
ago, which provoked boss Samuel Satin" victory raised plenty of higher, with a minimum: Increaseof \
at least $3.00 in the payment .with America'sFinest
Rahmings more than the eyebrows and flattened plentyof . QOLDCNG
damage done. Total loss: 2 coach wallets among the ske,; ,
worker who retired
payable to
fritters. who were laying odds of 2 to 1 Bourbon
at age 65 or later. (Womenworker
that another beauty entry would
THE PLUSH CASKET layout win the contest In a 'breeze.' who began to receive
that bore the mutilated body o! benefits at any time between age in a handy
62 and 65 will receive
big-time business man James SINCE SIR JOHN HOTEL'S
Howard of Homestead, killed In 535 Club shuttered the stream of slightly smaller increases) The flask
maximum monthly payment a pocket
a highway auto accident several guys and gals of the Boulevard family receive is increased
weeks ago, was reputed to be Brigade has been flowing into may
from $200 to $254 a month. Fam
worth $8,000..RUMOR Mary Elizabeth Hotel's popular flies now receiving maximum

Fiesta Room. benefits under the law will receive
. PERSISTS that handsome
Increesej from $7.50 to $54
Arthur Higgs and cute RUTH AND TEDDY COOPER
depending UL on the deceasedworker's
Evelyn Davis are headed towardan decided to move out to "God's
altar trek. True or false? Green Acres" Opa Locka average wages. 1\
Long-time city dwellers, they'renow Right here I want to point out

.NIGHTINGALE. bCHOOL. of busily painting and clean- that !people. now on the benefi YEARS h
12 physicians' ing their recently-purchased ciary rolls do not have to get in
Nursing graduated Bunche Park 4-foedroom( homeIn
touch with the social security
assistants last Friday night.
Ceremonies were held in St preparation for an exodus to obtain these benefit in- huh d';'
from over-crowded Miami. creases. The larger amounts are
Matthews Church Rev. /JN. F.
effective with January and will
The school's new
Clark, pastor. THE LIGHTHOUSE Family It show up on benefit checks for
16. If you're
classes began Sept. still talking about' the tea givenfor that month which the postmrn
what the expression I
wondering assistants' really them by Mrs. Annie Mae .will deliver early in February.
"physicians Randolph and Mrs. Josephine As you know, benefit amountsare
means, it's the new terminologyfor Campbell. Held in the House of required from a working iper- \, 86 PROOF

practical nurses.THERE'S Albert Funeral chapel 'boss Albert son's average earnings. Right v a,. +? & 100 PROOF
delivered the main address. now, only earnings up to a totalof ; BOTTIED-IN-BOND
A NEW atter-dark
$4,200 In a year can: be credited -
spot located in the converted ,SINGER WALLY FUTCH, to a worker's social security +
at 8th St. \' G f d QUARTS
section of NW 5th ave.
presently in action at LibertyCity' account. Beginning with 1959, w "' PlNTdHALF.
Formerly an all-white neighborhood Club Royale, moves next however, earnings up to $4,800
the area is now dominated into Club Jim Jam for a brief will be creditable and taxablefor PINTS
'by Negroes. Oh, the after- stint prior to invading Miami social security purposes.
dark spot? It'k a Lounge tagged Beach's plush Thunderbird Motel Social security taxes will be

Merlin's. across the Bay. Wally begins his Increased beginning with 1959.: I

LOU18E Gold Coast assignment Tuesday An employed person: will have I ctJi
HUNTER, who night late. 2V4 percent taken out of his pay
down the cashier's cage at Econ- Instead of the .present 2 and one !I

omy Drugs for Florida Power IN ANSWER TO QUERIES, quarter 'percent; his employer
and Light and Southern Bell, has 1
Samuel Johnson, the druggist,
been replaced by Ida Hampton. and his lovely wife, the former
Louise resigned to accept a secretarial Winifred Morley, have agreed to ,
post at R. R. Moton ele- disagree. The Johnsons meltingis

mentary about nine! weeks cold. MUSICMUSIC TJu

Miami Beach plush latscit DiITIWIIII OL
for several Henry Pace tell their troubles toa I
eateries, has brought, the Gold preacher Sept t. 7 in Opa Locka? 'trove PwWJM II 1heM. II Tre4mss'K

Coast to our sector. His recently- Plans were set for a merger at tf t.O\IIlY1W.\ IT1ICIY
oPened Flamingo Restaurant, has 2525 NW 158th St. Belated con- ;I
all the earmarks of a Lincoln grats. I
Road diner fhe spot was for- MUSIC --

merly occupied by Parker's DID SLIM BANNISTER /add

Sundries an4 Luncheonette. more real estate to his holdingswith with Tee Jay, THIRD AVENUE REALTY

an Opa Locka purchase of
BARBER LOVE SANDERS'daughter the J. D. Dears (Alfreda) homein Ed CookRockin' Homes and Lota for sale in all areas of Dade County
Margretta, has a baby Bunche Park? The Dears
girl, Yolando Yvette Stephens, might migrate to Orlando for Rogers Reasonably priced LISTINGS WANTED
born, Aug. 13. The Christian I permanent residence. I

Hospital arrival greeted its _____ i & Louise Griffin 742 NW 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-3297
mother and dad, William, at 4:39 SO FART IS THE Moslem
in the early ayexn faith spreading out in Northern ]I S. Hutcheson, Jr., Registered Real Estate Broker

I' climes, the religious group has I There's Music
REV. M. D. 'SHELL has begun dispatched young Rev. Malcolm!

campaigning towards seeking the X to the local scene "to clarify Aplenty on
office of secretary treasurer of I I the Moslem religion and to cre- ,
Dining Car Employees Union, ate a better understanding between TROUBLE WITH NEWI .1
Local 495. The union covers C&O the Christian and Moslem HpVIHO DELUXESHAVINE .

NNW, ACL and SAL railroads. I I I groups." I 1220ON DU ,pS >:' .

MRS. the F RAiR I is I

former Dorothy Martin cele- Postal employee, and his lovely I YOUR DIAL M (;IC'
another (birthday Tuesday I I I ,.
brated wife, Catherine, have nothing PL SHAVING
(Sept. 23). The Waltons are but the best to say about Nassau ., P POWDERChanges
busily preparing for an Opa since they returned from a two- t
Look house-warming as soon as weeks vacation trek that I.a w o People "i;

realty transactions are com- them enjoying hilarious days I ,,/'"

|I and night among the world's WI1N0U1 RAIOREN1 '

plete..DON'T BE TOO surprised If., most hospitable people. OV1S: BEARD Tp USE. /

Slim Bannister goes Into the FAST mo1Y acent -'
hula-hula hoop business. He' perfumed with a

negotiating with a Tampa busi- HARLEM SQUARE Radio Miami I/ t
ness firm about the latest hoop etallry, ._
SWEET SHOPA dMbl. ,rr ) k1I0
kiddies and adults is
craze for ) p $Ofn1 TOSHAV1H


for the proposed office and COIMITlc'l DAY LONG / i45T'CFI'6IOap1A yid 7
workshop for The Lighthouse for 208 N.W.

the Blind Negro branch. The

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MIAMI TIMES "The People Newspaper" SAMMY


Circling The Globe Delegate to Women's DEBUT Sammy Davis, Jr., .

SportanicallyBy Auxiliary television debut in
dramatic role when
HERMAN WALTON _. "Auf Wiedersehen,"
'". ac1t:
The nation's football ', '
General Electric St.
moved into high gear last weak, .>. ... the CBS Television
and what a weekend it was. The day. Oct. 5.
University of Miami Hurricanes,
dropped their first contest to the Davis plays Pvt. 'II'
University of Wisconsin by a son a member of
margin of 20-0, Friday night at Signal Corps
the Orange Bowl before a rec- to post-war duty in
ord opening night crowd.A bitter man with ,
lot of loyal hurricane root- 'Spider spends a food !
ers were turned away at Friday ;r free time bickering
night's game because there were an the remainder in
no more bleacher tickets avail- with his inner self.
able for sepia fans. However,
of those fans The prime mover in
some went over to
window 6 and bought three dol- ly touching story is a
lar tickets to see the game, and (Steve Perry) the
some of these sat in the grand- lad in a German
stand near the Hurricanes'cheering for some strange
to the lonely Sider.

section Others in the
Ike Jones, Karen .
Erby, Charles Swain,
Northwestern opened its sea- art, Clyde Venture,
by defeating the Carver
son lain, Bill Yttter
Hornets to the tune of 14 to 6.
Mays lliih Rams routed the Mrs. George T. Cash is one of Bates.
Thunderbirds of North Dade of fo-ir delegates attending the
Opa Locka by a score of 59 to Triennial Meeting of the Wo- KING
to open their season. 0'1 men's Auxiliary of the Episcopal (continued from )
The Northwestern Bulls Church in session Oct. 5-17 at
it two in a row the following the Fontainebleau Hotel, Miami! in a New York h ooM
week iby downing) a strong Beach. She was elected at the ing the complication of
Blanche Ely 19-1. annual meeting of the Diocese of ia following his
The Carver Hornets then followed South Florida held at Orlando. | stabbing by a woman
with a 12-6 win over the Mrs. Cash, a native of Fernan-I minister was
Mays' Rams. dina, is a long time member of of his book. Rev.
North Dade was humbled Christ Church, oldest Episcopal of Dexter Ave.
again in its second game, this Church in the Greater Miami and leader of the
time by a score of 34-0 at the area. Father Theodore Gibson is Ala. bus boycott -
hands of Belle the rector. For the past 25 years, the book tells and /
And the Booker T. Washington Mrs. Cash has been active with of both the '
High School.. Tornadoes the St. Theresa's Guild. In 1946, provement Association
bowed to Middleton High Schoolof she was elected vice president of Southern Christian
Tampa 31 to 0 in their initial the Women's Auxiliary of her Conference ANP.
season's effort. parish, serving in that capacity
for nine years. She retired as
(trhe Scoreboard operator at president of the organizationthis
Park should the year and. acc ;ted the officeof
Dorsey keep
fans more accurately informed Promotion Secretary. She has THEATRESAT.
been delegate to the annual Dio-
as to the playing time left in that MI
particular period. In a recent cesan meeting of the Women's. SUN', MON.,
game, the period ended with the Auxiliary for the past four years. Tyrone

board reading 34 seconds to play In the Coconut Grove com- Marlene
And why is it that during the munity Mrs. Cash is a member
half-time show at Dorsey Park, of and secretary to the Coconut Roof"f to
the band always remains in the Grove Civic Council. For many "WITNESS FOR Roof"T .
middle of the field and always years, she was associated with
faces the east stand when playing the Carver PTA unit. On a national "Case (
special selections? Why not give scale, she is chairman of Brooklyn" MATHIS
the fans on the other side a view the arts and tracts committee of
of the show? I the Grand Order of Calanthe. _&1""
BOXING Mr. Cash has operated a business I|pL
Chris Dundee re-opens his for many years and is an active
series of weekly boxing showsat ch :chmsn. He is District Dep- RIT
Miami Beach Auditorium, on uty Grand Chancellor of the
Oct. 7. Dundee will bring together Knights of Pythias.
the elgth ranked heavyweight The Cashes are the parents of THEATRESUN.
Sonny Liston and Frankie four children: George T., Jr., MON.
Daniels in a ten rounder. public school teacher, Jacksonville .r
; Carmetta Brawn, public
Dundee is also trying to arrange "Horror
school teacher Miami
a Floyd Patterson Nino ; Mrs. PaulE.
Valdez match, for this winter. Stubblefield (Eugenia) government Dracula"PLUS
worker, Washington,
This will difinitely not be a
and Mary Cash at home. Perci- -
million dollar gate, but the fight
val George Brown is
will seeing.BA&iEBALL certainly be one well worth -photo AvalonTHANK only "The Couldn't Thing

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.' A. Joseph Reddick, pastor "Universal Unitarian Faith"
will be the sermon topic of the
Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter I Rev. Glenn O. Canfield, ministerof
Heartwarming impressive and the First Unitarian Church,
Spiritually uplifting characterized Dixie Highway at SW 29th Road,
the services on last Sundayat on Sunday, Oct. 5, 11 a.m. Church.
"The Friendly Church." Out School and'' the adult forum is

n ;9 pastor preached two magnificent. held at 10:30: a.m.
and great sermons. Accepted into
full momibership were: Bro. Jas. The Liberal Religious Youth
A. Wood, Bro. Clayton Bishop, group will meet at the church
Sis. Iryse Paul and Sis. Jerre that evening at 6:30: p.m.
Teamer. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald C. Whit-
taker will be hosts to Community -
Love Feast will be held Fri- Group No. 8 at their home,
FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev. day evening at 7:45: 'P.m. with 7121 SW 63rd ave., on Friday,

THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE C. J. Burney, pastor Stewardess Board No. 2 of which Oct. 10, 7 p.m. The program will
Juanita Mackey is president -
Claudia Wilson, reporter Mrs. I include a box supper and game
10 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1958 is in charge. Bro. Theo- I night.
God blessed us to enjoy another dore Roddy will bring the mes-
beautiful day filled with the sage.

ST. MATTHEW AMEZ ST. JAMES BAPTIST Holy Spirit. The messages were
delivered by our pastor morningand Sunday the First Lord's Day !
1628 N.W. 5th Ave. 323 N.W. 14th St. evening. The evening's oif the month of October prom-
Rev. A. H. Ferguson, pastor Kev. J. L. Johnson pastor theme: "The Effect of a Prayer ises to be one of long and sig- k

Sunday School.............. 9:45: tun :Sunday: Services Meeting at Midnight. Both nificant memory. The Holy Eu-
Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m .;;unaay School........... 9:30 am messages were delivered with charist will be administered
Evening worship ............ 7:30 p.m. Morning Worship ........ 11:00: am power. The No. two choir ren- throughout the day. Dr. Reddick
dTU ................................ 5:30: pm dered music for the morning and is expected to preach from the /I
GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. Evening: Worship ............ 7:30: p.m the No. 1 choir rendered'' music theme "When Faith Falters," at
Visitors always welcome for the evening. The board was the 11 ajm. worship!\ period and
James E. Culmer, pastor in charge of the day's work. Let's at 7 pjn. his theme will be "The
Eddie Edwards, clerk I NEW HOPE BAPTIST meet Sunday morning at the Great Sights."
Sunday School............. 9:30: I.m I church at 7 a.m. to go to Vir-
Morning worship .... ....... 11:00: Rev. James E. Brown, pastor ginia Beach and be a witness to Among the sick: and shutinsare
Westminster Fellowship .... 6 pan Bro. Vandell Bavan, Sec'y the baptism.We Bros. Willie Scott, Herbert
want all of our visitorsto Knowl, Jerome Jamison and WITH
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMrs. Services last Sunday were know they were welcome in Leroy Herring; Sisters Annie
most heartwarming. and spiritual Edwards and Mamie Cole.
our service. Come again. I
Alice Evans, teacher at : beginning with Sunday School.At The Sunday School will beginat
Phyllis Wheeatley Elementary. 11 o'clock we were highly BETHEL BAPTISTRev. 9:30: a.m., under the direction rr9u
School, will speak at the Baha'iCenter inspired by Rev. L. G. Gibbs, I of Supt. Roddy, officers and
37 NW th Ave., 7:45 p.m. pastor of the First Metropolitan L. R. Ross, Pastor teachers. Here a most wonderful
Sunday, Oct. 5. Her subject will" Baptist Church, Savannah, Ga. SI*. Nannette Greer, reporter opportunity awaits all to study
be "The Meeaning of Prayer. His subject, "Give me The I Richmond Heights God's Word.
All races and faiths are cordially Bible." Supplying us with, the You are always welcome at COMMUNITY DRUGS
invited. ,-'** spiritual guidance and desire to When it comes to entertain- "The Friendly Church. 6750 N.W. 15th Ave.
carry us from one week to another ment the Women of Bethel cer-
Instruction Class our pastor's message at tainly know what to do. That --'...-,'),,_...-.-........-..-""- .. -- -
the evening service was from the was shown in fine fashion Sun- I
Begins at Holy subject "The Road That Leads day when the women observed OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOUSEE
Downward," from St. Luke's annual Woman's Day.

RedeemerA Gospel. The pastor and members THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
thank their many friends for the
lull course of instructions in Sunday is the first Sunday. We the .
loyal support given women.A PSYCHIC READER
the Catholic religion is to beHannon are expecting to have a glorious deal of praise goes to Mrs.
Holy Redeemer Church Christian time. Choir No. 1 will
Mildred Clark who did such a
Monday and Thursday furnish the music throughout the marvelous
job as superintendentand
evenings at 8 p.m. day with ushers board: No. 2 conducting the Sunday
Father Thomas G-oggin will serving. Usher board No.
School so beautifully, along with
conduct the classes which will 1 will the
serve during evening. jJLJfl4
the help of such wonderful guests
treat of the Bible the church and Our pastor will be in charge of who aided her.
the Seven Sacraments. all services. Revival will beginon

Everyone is welcome to attend. Monday night alter the second We also wish to thank Mrs.
Those who attend class for the Sunday, with Rev. W. ri. Lillian Dean, who acted as directress -
entire course will be baptized in, Calhoun of Tampa conducting. for the BTU for the
January. I Prayer meeting for the revivalon splendid way she carried out her
Monday night after the first program. It certainly was enjoyed -
ST. FRANCIS XAVIERN.W. Sunday. Visitors are invited to by all.
worship with us.CORINTH. 'A special tribute 'goes to the
4th Ave. and 16th Terr. guest speakers, Mrs. Myrtle Davis -
Phone FR 9-1424 BAPTISTMeets and Mrs. Maude K. Reid, and

Dally...........MASSES...................... 8 a.m every 2nd ana 4th Sunday all who participated throughoutthe f
Mrs. Davis
day. and Mrs.
Sunday....... 7 a.m. & 8:30 a.m Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Reid for this occasion were at

BETHANY BAPTIST Sunday School ........................ 9:30 their best.Climaxing. Let my year of Experience guide and protect you through LIfe
Morning worship ................ 11:30 a wonderful day the aa a Lighthouse guides the ship In a ctorm
3316 NW 50th Street Evening Service ................... 7:3( contribution was quite satisfac-
Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor tory. Total for the day: $1,461.92. WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME

Sunday School ........... 9:30: am. and successful gospel preacher. For Success in Business And Love
Morning Service ............ 11 am. MT. SINAI BAPTISTRev.
BTU .......................... 5:30pm: S. A. Thomas --
Evening Service ............ 7:30: pjn THE INCARNATION pastor o You can now have your home made happy

Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30: p.m 1835 N.W. 58th StreetFr. i September has passed on. It 0 Get ant'' Hold the position you so long wanted

E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar : was a busy and fruitful month O Don't Stay in the rut, get out now

TRINITY WESLEYANRev. Veronica OBerry, reporter for the of church the Sunday through School.the Hats efforts 0 i By the help of God she can help you

George E. Johnson, pastor
Mr Phyllis Andrews, reporter Winter Schedule off. Thomas our superintendents Mr. Mrs.L. Remove evil influence, if you are tick, worried or in
Sundays: and Murray,
Sunday School................... 0 ajn, Church School and all workers and well wishers. troubleIt

Morning worship ..................11:00: Adult Bible Class .... 9:30 am. The promotion day program was will pay you to call and Me this Gifted Medium First
Young People's Meeting 5 p.m Solemn Sung Mass and great. Thanks to Mrs. L. Carey

Sermon ......._........... 11:00: a.m. for the well planned program that Where thousands come yearly for help and advice, you too can
GREATER NEW BETHELRev. E. Y. C. Meeting ........ 6:00: p.m. was so beautifully carried out. be touched by this strange mysterious power
Solemn But this is not all yet. At the
Evensong and
W. K. Smith, pastor UNHAPPYThe
clerk Sermon .,....... ............. 7:30: p.m. close! of the morning worship: the
Mrs. R. Conley, Tuesday: Talent rally among teachers end- same God who delivered Moses and the children of 'Israel

There will be "Justice In The St. Vincent's Acolyte Guild ed. A wonderful effort was of old is still alive today and will open a way for you throughthe

Judgement" was learned in (Rehearsal .................... 5:30: p.m. crowned with success. Lest I for- troubled seas of life. Let not him that Is blind lead
Greater New Bethel's"- Sunday Wednesday; get, .we were honored- to have you stumble with him.
School as Bro. :E. Cooper presided Low Mass .................... 6:30: am. Mrs. Dana Dorsey as our guest
Sunday. The pastor high- I Evensong and Meeting of speaker on the promotion pro- ,l>0 you doubt the existence of things because you cannot eee
pointed the lesion. Guild of,Our,. Lady... 8:00: p.m. gram. them?
The pastor delivered the message Thursday: We feasted on a spiritual and
at morning worship on the The Choir of St. Michael'sAnd an inspirational morning wor- What do you think of the 'Invisible waves and sounds that make
subject "Finally Rooted and All Angels ship conducted by our own Rev. Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television possible

Grounded in Jesus." His text Rehearsal................... 5:30: p.m. John Polite, acting pastor, durIng A seed before It sprouts, (lies concealed, secret silent In the
was taken from a portion of the Friday:' the absence of Pastor earth or womb of Nature. THERE IS AN "UNSEEN dark
103rd Psalm which read: And St. Cecelia's Choir Thomas. POWER"

he shall be like a tree plantedby Rehearsal ..... ............. 8:00: pm. Throihout the day the activi- Therefore, acquaint your- r--
the rivers of water. ties were many and interesting. 'elf with the one who l is an : ,
Evening worship was 'blessed NOTE: Sundays, Solemn Mass The BTU is still alive. The attendance authority. Whose private .
with three visiting ministers, High Mass and Benediction of could and should be
consultation will evolve
namely, Rev. Daniels, Rev. Williams the Blessed Sacrament on All better. The evening service was you ,
and Rev. Wilcox, who delivered Feast Days.Weekends. good.We to a higher state of mind. '
the message on the sub- : Low mass on all were happy to have the
ject "Nothing But The Church." holy and Saints' Days. pastor come in to the morning AH Information is .
His text was taken from the 16th Solemn Sung Mass, 6 am. on service. As we know, his vaca-
chapter of St. Matthew and the all Feast Days. tion is still on. Urgent busineess Strictly ConfidentialOffice
18h verse, which read: Upon this caused him to return to the city
rock I will build my church. earlier than he planned. Hours: 9 a.m.-8 p.m.

The No. 2 choir will serve The church has entered Into a Sunday: 10 ajn. to 1 pm.Don't ,.
dinner in the church's dinette R..w.It...aANmwp revival service. Preaching will
Sunday Morning after morning begin next Monday evening Oct. Write-Call in Person
service. SUFFERERS 6. The meeting will last ten
Greater Bethel will observe W tar MVB sat MITTLC..., .OHMITFT.ttrTta.BCaa nights. Come out and worship DAILY READING .00 UP
the Junior Choir No. 2 Tenth Anniversary MA.awo.o.woa errs susM.cuss with us. You are welcome.
RWATSS. .Oae1..vas,Ae's'oas 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Sunday, Oct. 5th at 3:00: wS.aiat ........v.. ec.e
pjn. and will also observe thepastors Are rsc.a sa toes oowcs. aaeeou. .;
anniversary Monday awnciMI oa erassa AaOer saaes.rc .. MADAM HUNTER

night, Oct. 6. Rv. J. Burney of, FR 9-1703
the Friendship Baptist Church 7!. lk-!! 1657 N.W. 73rd St. Miami
occasion.will be the' Visitors guest speaker are welcome.I this, Call 'TAYLOR,

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BETHEL A.M.E.Rev. TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" to keep the entrances from remaining -

Cherryanna. S. A. Mills Cousin, pastor L. A. Thompson, pastor SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1958 PAGE 11 Both the overcrowded.executive board and
convention adopted a resolution
Sunday services will be
The demanding that the ten minis-
Missionary Society i as usual. Testimonial and Cov-
of the South Florida ME : Church Conference met at Great-i and administration of TB Association Launches public apology to the conven-
er Bethel Saturday, Seipt. 27 I the Lord's Supper in the even- tion within a year.A .
with Mrs. Mamie touching moment In the
Cousin I
president ing. The choirs will serve Jointly.
Mrs. Lula Baldwin, secretary The Pulpit Aid Board, Mrs. M. convention was when President

]E. Stevens, president, will spon- School Press jut Jackson received announced a telegram that he from had
The theme of the meeting was i sor program at 3.30: pjn. ProjectThe
Washington, D. C. stating that
"Know Your Church," the Everybody is talking about the
the Supreme Court had ordered
watchword Teamwork. This "Registered Tea" -
which the
group represents territory from women are giving on Sunday, annual school press pro- Editors and faculty sponsors of Central High School of Little
Lake Wales to Key West. County Tuberculosis Association, details at the Dade County no demonstration or applause but
There were 70 delegates pres- ing and are interesting and an inspir- Is being launched this week in Tuberculosis Association, No. 83 for prayer. And that vast body
ent. The aim of the meeting was ]promised. This is program junior and senior high schools in SE 8th st. Phone FR 7-2368. had a few minutes of silence
an to
to plan for the program for the ]help the Women's Dade, having their own student- which was broken by the sing-
annual conference meeting to be which culminates on Day the fourth affair edited publications.The National Baptist ing of "Rock of Ages."
held In There was only one invitationfor
Payne Chapel AME on Sunday. Chairman and venture here is pointing
Nov. 25. Fellowship and: unity Mrs. M. cochairman with the National Tuberculosis ConventionSidelights the 1950 session San
Hepburn and Mrs.
prevailed and much good was I M. Owen Association and the Columbia Francisco, Calif. The conventiongoes
are asking for the full
accomplished. Mrs. Cousin, the cooperation of the members and Scholastic Press Association, who there.It .
president, Is highly qualified to their have sponored the project for was quite interesting to
i friends.
lead the group and :Progress with the past 22 years. Dr. Joseph H. Jackson was I meet the Rev. Bertram Collie at
success is ahead. Miss Rebecca Daniel, program unanimously elected to succeed( : the Convention He Is pastoring
The local Missionary Society ST. MARY'S W. M. director at the local Tuberculosis himself as president of the National a fine church, St. John, at Grand

entertained the group and each Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter Association, is directing: the Baptist Convention on Prairie, Texas. From theChurch's
one attending voted them highly Rev E. A. Culmer, pastor school press project, in which 42 September 11 during the 78th anniversary programlast
in hospitality. junior and senior high school annual meeting of that body June, we gather that he has
Sunday School began at the publications have been Invited to which assembled at the Coliseum made an outstanding contribu-
MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. usual hour of 9:30: a.m. with the participate.More in Chicago. More than 12,000 tion in pulling the institution out
superintendent, Miss Marva delegates vociferously acclaimedhim of a financial hole, and in mak-
E. M. Thomas, pastor Trotman in charge. The lesson than 20( school publica- as their leader for the sixth' ing a number of subsantial im-
Phyllis Myers, reporter was reviewed by our pastor. tions sent representatives to a year in a row. All officers were? provements. He sent a big helloto
Services began at 11 am. recent conference to discuss de- re-elected. his many old friends in Miami.
Bless them that curse you and with the pastor in charge. He tails. Although the District Court
pray for them which dessdtefully preached from St. John. 3:7 The comeptltion opens October in Washington, D. C. had declared -
use you. We began our service theme, ''Regeneraftion." He; 1 and closes December 18. the "tenure issue" null and
with the Sunday School which preached Student reporters will be invited void the previous weak, it was
never before
began at 9:45: with the superin- to submit articles on "Meet expected that those who opposed -
tendent. Deacon Mann In chargeall rendered everyone was music happy.with No.their 2 choir the TB Fighters" and "Careers and instituted the suit against I I e
teachers were present and organist In the Health Sciences." President Jackson might have !
Mrs. U.
Hlggs No. 1
each class had a very large at- ushers board served. and National awards to winning been on hand to trouble the '
tendance. The lesson was reviewed The 7 publications are certificates of water. However, there was not
by Rev. Stephens.At by the p.m.pastor. He preached was Honor, from the National Tuber- a ripple of discord through the I
culosis Association and the Columbia entire session The oppositionwere
11 ajm. the devotional from First Corinthians 323.: conscious for
service Scholastic Press Asocia- their absence.
was conducted by Deacon Subject," "We Are Living lion Local winning school papers Of course a large number of I w
Smith and Deacon Storke. Music Epistles. Everyone was blessedby win membership in the advisors' police and detectives were pres- ? 1
was furnished by the No. 2 choir. the Holy Spirit. Our famousMen's Association of the Press Asocia- I ent; but all they had to do was I
The message was delivered by Chorus rendered music tion and a year's subscription to
with their ----
Rev. Choke who preached from organist, Mrs. U. the School Pres Review Maga
St. Luke 15:17: "When He Came Hlggs and No. 2 ushers served.
to Himself." The public Is cordially Invitedto zine.Dade County had two national SEE THE ,

BTU was held at 5:30: p.m. attend our annual Women's winners last year. They were
with the president in charge. We Day Sunday, Oct. 12. The church "The West Miami Star" at West WORLD'SGREATEST
had a short program given by is located at 1609 NW 5th court. Miami Junior high School and
the juniors. Our morning speaker will be "Coral Gables High Lights" at
Miss Yvonne Bain, and the Coral Gables Senior High.NOTICE .
Sunday night devotional ser- speaker for the evening is Mrs. y J
vice was conducted by Deacons Maedawn Bullard. You will missa .
Tony and Johnson. Music was treat if you don't come and COLORED \ .
furnished by No. 1 choir. Then hear these beautiful young ladies #
Rev. Henderson preached from of our city. Dinners are on sale All Church notices MUST be PSYCHIC I "
the Book of St. John 11:35, sub- ($1.00) every Sunday at t h e I typewritten double paced _
ject "Jesus Wept. church hall. Mrs. S. D. and Mrs. and on one sheet of paper. Copy READER ,
The public Is always welcome R. B., chairman and
cochairman : MUST be Into our office by 8 .
to come and worship with us at I '.m. Tuesday of each week to. u
any time. Paya.1'Insure I.oortl.hurch Editor

Advertise It PROF.
_.._- ----
408 N.W. 21st Street

Rev. J. B. Woodley, pastor .
Bro. Nathaniel Thomas, reporter DONT WAIT

Sunday School was opened at for theSCHOOL BUNTER
10 ajm by Deacon Shotwell with

the singing of "Jesus Keep Me =i BELL PROF. HUNTERIf
Near The Cross. The topic was ",
"Love For Jesus. ,'" ;.! you are sick, worried or In trouble this U the
the children's
A wonderful message was '$ Bring in themin place) to com. Don't stay in the rut, push back the
shoes NOW. Give us time to put
given by Rev. Jones of Friend- \
ship Baptist Church. The num- 'II II perfect repair for the I long, hard r.lnd." veil of bad luck that teem to hold you in your track,

ber two choir sang out of their I . and advance forward by the help of God under the

soul.At JOHNSON AND SONS leadership of Prof. Hunter who hat 30 years of ex
3 p.m. the No. 1 choir visit perience in spiritualist and occult science. Make your
ed and participated in the anniversary SHOE SHOP
of the number one choirof home happy. He will show you how to bypass yourcnemiea

New Hope Missionary Baptist FINE SHOE REPAIRINGWe and get the things that life demands for you.
The 7 pjn. devotion was led Save Your Souls.-While You Walt

by Deacon Cooper and a won-
derful message, short and sweet, Shoes, Shined and Dyed

The was number delivered one by choir Rev. sang Woodley.out 6570 N.W. 15th AVENUE PH. PL 9-9190

of their soul.Visitors .
are always welcome.
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J. S. Blake, pastor I
Ruth Twiggs, reporter"I
Barkley's Cut RateWHERE

was glad when they said
said unto me let us go Into the QUALITY LIES
house of the Lord." Located at the Hunter' new psychic studio oa

Sunday with was the a great Sunday day Schoolat be- 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-2376 I Pembroke Road, 9 miles west of Hallandale, Fla. oa

ginning 9:30 a.m. the superintendent, the north aid of the road, 1 mile east of 7th ave.

Sister Agnes Davis being la GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Carver Ranches. Signs are placed on the top of thr.*

charge. In observation of Wo- story, building. Office U la the duplex la the from of
............ 1.60
men's Day, all the teachers were GIFTS FOR ALL Tweed Cologne ... 1ndIdJD,.
all the services for OCCASIONS Tueey Cream
women and
the day were In their hands. The SUMMER MEDICINE Deodorant .................... ..60Tueey He baa fifty timee more power than any otherBfrHfwm.

speaker for the morning was 666 Liquid __.. 49 .69 Cologne ............ 1.25 You will find him far advanced In ImowVodfe.
Mrs. Elizabeth Espy Johnson. Gerltol Liquid .. 1.18 *." Blue GraM Mist ........ 2:60: .
Tabu Cologne ............ 240
The ACE League met at 3:30 BBB Tonle _--..-...... 1.4'
The evening worship beganat Kaufman Bitten .._... 145 Heaven Sent Toilet READINGS FROM $1.00 UP
p.m. Water ... 1.25 2.00
.._.. 1.45 2.15 -
7 o'clock and Mrs. Josephine 8SS Tonic UOIMSS9 BY BTATI AND OOVNTYemoi
Mackey was the speaker. The School Supplies _-.- _ SCHOOL SUPPLIES
chairman Mrs. Agnes Davis and :Old Spice Lotion _.. 1.00 Zipper Binder .ta. 2.98 Howta MLYi

her co-workers Mrs. Ruby Bo- Electric Fane 10.98. 12.4. Binders .._.-.-... .29 .69 1 P.M. TIL 4 P.M. 7.' P.M. SUNDAY 1 PM TIL 4 PM
han and Mrs. Margaret Johnson Evening In Paris Looee Leaf Filler*
want to thank everyone who Toilet Water 1.25 2.00 Pencil and pen Set 1.69
helped to make this a successful

day AU report captains with made Mrs.a Louise financial SHOP AT BARKLEY'S EVERY WEEK CALL IN PERSON

Crawford reporting the highest Where Prlcea Are Right t / 5417 S.W. 17th St.
amount of 171.00 Mrs. Margaret
'3rd Avenue
1201 N.W.
Johnson next with $120: Mrs. Hollywood Fla.
Ruth Twiggs third with $93- w. Deliver Call FR 3-94SS or FR 4-2376 ,

Com and worship with us. '
:"' r 1 if "I ltJ.r.l.JU"
You are always welcome. .r .11lf urrr r :

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MIAMI TIMES--"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE CARD ,OF THANKSThe at noon on Thursday and will ,Noticei
remain until Friday at 10 a.m.

12 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, ,,1958 family of the late He will then be sent to Wissimee, i Congregational Church
Fla. where final rites and burial
MRS. BERMCB: ROBERTS I Fellowship will worship on Sun-
will be on;S turday. day, Oct. 5 at the Bethany
wish, to thank the many friends (.-
for all acts and deeds of ,kindness Academy Auditorium), NW 50th
and sympathy' rendered Charlie Walker or 6901 NW St. and 6th ave., at 530: pjn.
CARDSMEMORIALS them during; her -Illness .and 18th, ave., died at Dade County The minister for teh evening will
passing. Especially, do we wish to Hospital on Sept. 30. Chapel services be Rev. W. R. Lesser, pastor of
thank the pastor, Rev. Foster and will be conducted on Thursday Key Biscayne Community Congregational -
congregation of Antioch Baptist ( \ Church. Rev. Lesser
Oct. 9 at 11 a.m. Burial will
Acknowledgement IN MEMORIAMIn Church and Rev. Griffin and his be conducted at Lincoln. will administer communion during -
choir for services rendered. We the service. The public is
.It is with heartfelt appreciation loving memory of our dear wish also to make mention of the --- cordially Invted to attend.
that the family of the late. mother and grandmother, Range Funeral Home for. Us un-

MRS. ESSIE MAE CAMPBELL ....... , tiring service. May God' bless you LOTS FOR SALE
who passed away Sept. 8, 1958, ,< one and a1LWard Low down payment
wishes 'to express our thanks tc '" Roberts, husband+ Easy Terms
our many friends and neighbors .Elder Earnest Griffin, Bro. Build on your lot Homes
during our bereavement.We Mrs. Edna B. Williams, sister or mine
CBS and frame. Close In location -
We take of
would like to acknowledge care Liberty City and Brown
the numerous cards, telegrams, NO MONEY DOWN Sub. Monthly payments less than
letters and floral sprays along DEATHS '
rent. See 'us now.
Cash lots
with the cars donated.We paid for your or
would also like to give home Trio Real' Estate Co.PL .
special recognition to Rev. Turner M
Baron JE 8.1340
of Liberty City, and Rev Range . 9.8372 801 NW 54th St.
Ward, pastor of the Church of

God in Chicago.To Leonard Tynes of 6440 NW
the members of the 20th 4 died Jackson
ave. Apt. at
church pastored by Rev. Ward, Memorial IHospital on Friday,I Thoughts Have Wlnflil-I Can Influence Others With ,My
we would like also to give thanksfor t tl I
Sept. 26 following an extended THIN K1NG1
the wonderful spray sent in illness. He is survived by his
behalf of the of Mrs.
CamPbell. passing .A mother, Mrs. Nena Tynes, four NOW OPENING FOR THE FIRST TIME
sisters, one brother.
To the Range Funeral Home S Chapel services will be con- For Advice and Help, Contact-
also like to
we our
ducted 4 4pm.
on Saturday, Oct. at
thanks for their services.Mr. '. Rev. E. A. Culmer of St.
/ James Campbell, husband .'
: Mary's Wesleyan Methodist
Mrs. Juanita Jones, daughterMrs. 'J.J K STAR
-::! Church will officiate. Burial in
/ Madeline Jordan, Dght.
Mr. James Campbell, MRS. ERIE NELSON Lincoln Cemetery.
grandson who passed October 4, 1957 Psychic Reader Gifted Reader
Ed. Myrick of 2998 NW 31st
Mr. John Jones Jr., grandson Gone, but not forgotten. st., died at Mercy Hospital on Reads your entire life; past,
Sheran Jordan, Emma L. Bain, daughter
granddaughter Clarence Bain, grandson Sept. 27. He is survived by his present, future. Tells you any-
Mrs. Cleo Williams, sister Carolyn Bain, granddaughter widow, Daisy, several sons and thing you wish to know without
daughters. Services were con- asking any questions.No .
ducted at Friendship Baip-tist-
Churrh on Oct. 1.
matter what your hops., fear or trouble may be, I can and

loving memory of our darling -I family of the late, Ike' Williams of 2275 NW 73rdSt. will help youl Give time and never failing advice on all affairs
mother, JAMES HOWARD died at his home on Sept. of life, such aa love, courtship, marriage, health, business

."'''- ''__'''''''''.'"''''"',--''_'"G,. acknowledges with thanks your 29. He. is survived by his widow, changes, wllle, mortgage, law suits, lost or stolen article,
many acts of kindness, through Chafier, a stepson, two sisters SATISFACTION GUARANTEEDI
cards, letters, telegrams, and and other relatives. He will lie hidden treasure
flowers. May God bless each you In repose at the chapel beginningNon

The Family Gives Your Lucky Days Your Lucky Numbers

CARD OF THANKSThe Surgical Treatment No one In trouble turned away-Come with or without money
Private A Confidential Reading -Readings for White A Colored
Hernia a Piles
family o MRS. JOHNNIE! LOUISE Rupture (Hemorrhoids)
Note Permanent Addreet-Take bus 15, passes door every
wish to 15 minutes
express sincere thanks general health service
and deepest appreciation to our 21 8. W. 13th Ave
Miami Fla.
friends 1650 N.W. 27th Avenue ,
and neighbors who wereso
Phone FR 3.2748
kind and sympathetic during Hours: Dally and Sunday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.-Closed Tuesdays
the illness and passing of our Add Life to Years
Licensed City, State, County
loved one.Many and Years to Life
thanks to our friends REDUCESpecial
for the use of their cars, for

fp, and cards words, letters of, encouragement.Many telegrams, flowers. Medication Our Classified Columns Get Fast Results!

thanks to the pastor, officers -
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K .fiCSwKo.V'I fi'i & 0IfiVfiJSSSVSi U V .11fail
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and members of Greater V u V V V V N V =
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Bethel AME Church, to the 51 ;
lodges and clubs and the Rich- I
ardson Funeral Home for effi- r
ANNE OLIVER MEMUTT I cient service. t I a::
who departed this life Sept. 30, (Mrs. Emma, P. Watson, READY
1956. I mother t/ A
!Rest on, mother, we loved you, Little Emma Bessie
but God. loved you best. Gone, Staggers' daughterAdvertise t tl its
_ but never forgotten.

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Usher Board No. 3 of Greater I SATURDAY, OCTOBER; ,1958 PAGE.,,13
Bethel AME Church takes this
method to thank its many
friends for the fine cooperation '
extended during the celebrationof 'Listings Wanted Phi Delta Kappa

its 8th annual Tea held last I On homes, income propertyand News
Sunday. Especial thanks to Prof. lots. Have good clients
Chas. Williams for a masterful waiting for desirable ,property. A
Sorors of Alpha Delta Chapter,
address; Dan Francis Dr. G. W. prompt, courteous Inspection and full of enthusiasm for the com
Hawkins, Rev. Fred Hicks free estimate of is
Mrs. your property ing year, met at the home of
Dora Wright Willie available Best of
Nelson Mrs. to anyone. Soror Willie Mae James with
Irene Brown, Misses Franklin, references from satisfied clients.
Soror Effie McFadgon serving as
Hyler and Sharp; Master Stur- If you really want to sell, call co-hostess. Plans were made for

rup, Lawrence, Albert Smith, now. a successful year
Willie Grady Samuel Stafford, CHELSEA (REALTY, Realtors
Child CareDay Best Buy
Robert Clarke, Julius Brown, PL 4-4685 Sorors Effie McFadgon, Mary
Jack Monroe, Joseph Swain, Miss care for babies and small 2049 N.W., 6th Court Evenings & Sundays NA 4-2684 Louie Thomas, Myrtle Bullard
Mary Davis, Rev. S. A. Cousin. children. Clean home, mother's Five bedrooms, furnished. 'Total! and Lois Hicks were congratu-
care. PL 7-862, 1027 NW 66th st. price $5,000, $1,000 down. Drive lti lated on their efforts to continueto
We wish to thank ther. Wayside by and see. Owner will gladly Widow Must Sell grow educationally by attend-
Guild of St. Agnes Church and show. ing a number of outstanding
other ,groups, whose presence was FOR RENT CHELSEA REALTY, Realtor universities and colleges duringthe
overlooked' ; E. J. Pieze, Clyde PL 4-4685 Nearly ,new CBS home summer. Other soros traveled

Killens, Flamingo Room manage- FURNISHED Modern room, Evenings & Sunday NA 4-2684 3-bedroom, Mile roof extensively and had rewarding
ment, Greater Bethel Ushers, cooking facilities available, 1981 experiences.!
North Dade Sdhool representative NW 57th St.. Ne 4-1290. Full price $11,490 At the climax of /the meeting,

and ushers of Greater FURNISHED'/ ROOMS Rummage Sale' Cash down $890 a delectable dinner was served.
Bethel. near
Ida K. Sidney, basileus
downtown. Apply: Cozy Rosy, Given by (Circle 7
!Lois S. Hicks, reporter
4613 SW 24th St.
Florence Washington, Pres. 527 NW 5th ave., or call FR Church by the Seaat
Oretha Allen, reporter I 42708. Carver's Ranches
See and Compare
Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor
1374IN.E. 163rd Street
I DOUBLE ROOMS. $10 weekly.Mae's ( Call JE 1.5973
Guest House, 2170 Wash- OCTOBER 3 and 4

ington St., Opa Locka. R. S. 9 a.m. to 6 ,p.m. 45x140, city water, corner
World FamousProphet Jackson, Mgr. Ph. MU 13619. Project Florida State Hopft l Lush trees, like paradise. Three

04 Bagaln Save bedrooms, car porte, separate
And I Newest Section, kitchen, dining room, living
TWO FURNISHED rooms In new room, utility room. Use your lot
Marriage Counselor I home. Reasonable rate. Call NE NEW CBS Reasonable Down as a down payment
4-1707. 4 Bedrooms 2 Baths 2395 N.W. 68th Street

"_,_,,' H'd ,1DOC _I $13,900 total PaymentCome BARON JE 8-1340
ffi BEAUTY PARLOR in good lo- Open 3 to 5 p.m.
cation. Call FR 4-5913 or Wilson Built-in range and oven. EZ one, come allLet'

7-3009 (day or night.) terms. have a ball
+4r I
HOUSE. Completely furnished TERRIFIC You'll be happy just to tea

Nice surroundings for ani c e :$695 Cash A VA home made Jutt for thee HAVE MONEY

family. Two children only. $16.50 1 Mortgage 'payment Ivlng room, dining room, bed.

t per weey. Phone NE 5-8915., 'Lovely bedroom CBS. Hardwood room galore
1934 NW 58th St.
floors Kitchen equipped.EZ The kitchen, bath and lots,
I terms.
2 BEDROOM APT. Stove lots more
erator, water tree. Only $17 per NEAR 58TH STREET $50 a month I la jail you pay Your older home or lot

weak, 844 NW 70th St. Phone Which leaves enough for a rainy
NA 16953. $14,000 day, MR. BLISS
I Beautiful 2-ibedroom CBS. Enclosed -

LOVELY FURNISHED room in ,garage, tile roof, hardwood See 1035 N.W. 60th St. iUN 6-1029
comfortable home, Floral Park, floors. EZ terms. See to a.. prec-
call NE 41854. iate.
NICE CLEAN ROOM. 1027 NW Gold Coast Realty

66th St. Phone PL 7-8692.
I 4301 PL N.W.1-2426 2nd Ave. Courtesy Bus Service Miami 36, Florida

NICE FURNISHED front room.
Middle aged couple preferred COLEMAN'SGULF
Use of kitchen. 900 NW 67th St.
PL 9.2374.NICE .
Consulted by people from all Bunche Park section of Opa ROAD SERVICE OAR OIL AND LUBRICATION
over the United States and Ov SUMMONS
erseas. Attracted nationwide fo. Locka. For single man only. XPERT AUTO REPAIRING
"Meet Phone NA 1-6654. 3.bedroom, 1 bath home, beautl
The cus and Press"attention TV Program on the on Sept I fully landscaped. NW 0th 81. 276 N. W. Fifth Street 1628 N.W. 3rd Avenue

30, 1956. Author of sensational NICELY FURNI9IIEDDD apart- Very fine neighborhood. PHONE PR 10111 PHONE PR 4'ttO'
predictions of worldshakingevents. ment, 55th St. and 14th ave. Call Price $11,000 FR .....7
Written up in some ol PL 7-8713 after 5. $1(00 down-Balance Ilk. rent I

the leading magazines and newspapers -
Feb. Beautiful bcdroom home on
Search Magazine (
FOR SALELOTS. corner lot In beautiful Orchard
1957)), Hep Magazine (Nov.
Mirror Villa ..<:tlo". Near tchools and
1956 New York Sunday
16 N.Y. National Reasonable. On 45th St- transportation. City water, streetlight DOWNBuys
(Sept. 1956)), CallNE $500
Enquirer (July 6-12, 1956)) and near 40995.31st Ave. Brownsville. 04 .sidewalks. Completely fursniched. .
several other newspapers which
Price $13,000 2-bedroom 'Home
reported on the sensational predictions -
proven so amazingly Studio coach and chair $25. $2,600 first down payment

accurate during the course of Refrigerator $35. Carpeting $20. Balance like .rent ., Full Price ,$8,000
unfolding history. Rug. $5. SCot $2. Miscellaneous.
1418 NW 7th ave., apt 4. 2.bedroom stucco home on NW Monthly ''Payment $75
I, Doc Anderson, say I have I 74th Terr.. Near vchool and tram-

every reason to believe that BUSINESS Property, 'between portatlon. Full price! $7,950. Open Sunday 1 to 5
throughout the years I have sav- 11th and 12th aves, 62nd st., NW I $760 down $65 month
ed thousands of .marriages from. PL 1-8779. indf I Mrs. Lakato NE 3-2696
ending In the Divorce Courts, I 2.bedroom crtucoo ,(home near.
which would have probably resulted DUPLEX. Two bedrooms on each NW list tt. Price $7,050. GREAT SOUTHERN CO.

in any number of broken side. All tile features. Large, $750 down $70 month
homes. modern rooms. All ready to move For theee peclale call

I will help you solve your in. Open all day Sunday. Owner day or night
problems and how you the roadto : holds the first mortgage. Price:
happiness and success, as I 17500. Low down payment. Phone m 4-2448-HI 0-0173 RAPHU S. WILLIAMS
have done for so many or ben 1230 NW 58th St. PL 93977.
I can do any kind of special I
work. Your life analyzed and ;BEDS, odds and ends of good PRIVATE FOR HIRE

your deepest secrets told with- furniture for sale very cheap Choice OfferingsTwo
out you saying a word or no 1228 West Ave., Miami Beach.
lots 50 x 100 each. Good
charge made. Ambulance ServiceFRanklin
location in Washington Park, Ft.
You too may order the double Lauderdale. Price reduced for
offer, which includes the Ancient SIMMONS HJdeabed $40. Plat- quick sale.
Mezuzah, the beautiful amulet form Rockers $5. Occasional 3.5900
worn 'by millions for its Chairs $6. 9x12: grey wool rug $10 SalesTwo
religious significance, containing Blonde-wood floor lamps $3. 330 Special
the promise God made to Moses 74th St., Miami B.ach. Phone UN very nice 2-bedroom duplex riAVE CASH BEFORE YOU CALL"A
Inscribed in Hebrew (Deut. 6 V 58200. apartments. All tile features.
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DERSON 302 West Gordon Ave. I guest cottage to rent and room to Funeral Home
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. .,, ... ........ .. LIBERTY CITY ELEM. Bunche 'Park PTAThe

After a long hot summer the
HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS students returned to school with first Parent-Teacher Association -
projects and meeting for the year of
vo-.................. .......... .... QIIQ; v................. ...........".. __".............-. many problems questions to solve. The facultyis 1958-59 was opened with an attendance -

THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper" striving very hard to satisfythe of some 170 parents
NORTH DADE desires of these boys and and teachers.

.I PAGE 14 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1958 girls 'and are discovering that Mrs. Alese K. 'Gill introducedthe

SWAMPEDAGAIN those long tiring hours spend in. staff and gave an inspiring
travel workshops and ,
welcome) Mrs. Alice Martin
this summer, to be very beneficial -
BUNCHE PARK ELEM. devotional activities. Our art 34-0 music consultant led the group
I teacher Mrs. Christine Ham i in a :pep song "The More We Get
The faculty and students are mock, conducted the offertory Completely outclassing their Mae Linda Jones, a fifth grade Together."
selected as our
deeply concerned over the illness during the service and Mrs. opponents In every department oJ student was 1958.59school ,
school reporter for the A Informative
of our principal Mrs. A. F. Zelma Black, rendered, a solo. It the game, Belle Glade High defeated to very report was
Brooks daily for her year. You are Invited given by Mrs. Helen from the
and pray is indeed a pleasure to work with the North Dade High .
tune in to Station WFEC, PTA
complete We are anx- workshop held at Bethune
recovery. the people in our community. School Thunderbirds of Qpa
iously awaiting the day she will Lodka by a score of 34-0 last Fri- on your dial, every Friday afternoon Cookman during the summer.

return to us. Little Arissie P. Taylor, a day night at Dorsey Park. at 4:00 for a recap of the The meeting was highlightedwith
Mrs. Alese Gill, principal of third grader from Mrs. Jacque- latest school happenings.
The North Dade defense A experiment is underwayto a discussion by Mrs. Edna
School line crowned new
the North Liberty City Crosby's room, was I
and former principal of Liberty queen for the day over the yielded 93 points in its first two develop the creativity of the Mingo" "The School Lunch Pro-
I talented and enrich the gram, Mrs. Inez Fryson, "School
to cur-
City Elementary is serving as our Popeye Playhouse on Sept. 26. games
acting principal. Under her dynamic The Belle Glade boys tallied riculum of he gifted children at Instructional Fee', Mr. Harold
leadership the foundationfor On Tuesday, Sept. 23 the twice in the opening period, twiceIn LE. Special/ project classes have Mitchell, "Field Trips" and Mrs.
a strong instructional was teachers had their regular professional the second and once in the been organized in various sub- Mary McKhan as narrator.

laid therefore, we are looking I meeting. The topic for third. jects with challenging and enriching The PTA delegated Miis Alth-
forward to a very successful) discussion' was "Unit Planning"The : materials. A steering mena Coachman Mrs.
Quarterback Ira Wilson dashed Major!
panel consisted of Miss Nel-
committee has been organized
school year. I 60 yards around his own left end so Miller Mrs. Mary McKhan Mrs.
lie Barr, Mr. Lois Hicks, and as to make recommendations for
New additions to the faculty Helen
Isaac Meares. This discussion for the first touchdown In the Jackson, Mrs. Edna Min-
includes Ruby Jean Williams, : identifying testing grouping and Mrs.
opening quarter. The attempted I go Margaret Newboldwere
Pauline Jones Leo ThomPkins I helped to remind the teachers of curriculum and parent-teacher-
conversion missed. delegates to
was attend
the in. unit
and Lewis Louise. Welcome! steps preparing a student conferences. PTA
workshop at the
One thousand one hundredand and the various kinds. Later in the same period right Phyllis
halfback Eddie Coleman plunged Parents, have you met our Wheatley Elementary School of
twenty-live is the magic number
NOTE TO PARENTSWe on Sept. 20.
over from the opponents' two principal seoretajfor, curriculum
of pupils enrolled in our school
!Mrs. M.
thus far this year, as evidenceof have an excellent Boy I yard line for the second TD. Wil- assistant and host of wonderfulnew Newbold president

growing pains pupils are tem- Scout Troop in our school. son added the point after touch- teachers, permanent and
down via kick. those helping: us? Mrs. Mary Ford
porarily housed on the stage and Troop 99 has won many honors placement
in the library. for us, and in order to encourage left Williams our principal is a very WHY BE SICK?
Early In the second period, wonderful person and her officeis
During the regular assembly and keep this splendid group, Examination of Per.
halfback Alfred Ealnters smashed always open to you; intact your
hour last Wednesday, Sgt. we must have some adult lead- off the North Dade right tackle she is very anxious to meet onal Ailment plus exam!.
Adams of the Sheriff's Department ers. We need help flow. Pleasedon't for 12, yards and the thud score You are the ones on whom you.she nation of heart, lungs
installed 32 pupils into the let us down you never I of the game. Right halfback Geo. is depending to help make CE stomach, liver, nail blad.
Patrol. In his address he have before. Come to our next der
Safety rectal
Golden added the extra point ona one .of the :greatest schools in the prostrate,
admonished the boys and girlsto PTA meeting, on Oct. 21, readyto plunge through the center of nation. Come In and get ac- nerve reflexes, blood pressure .
remember their ABC's of safety offer your services.W. .
the line. quainted.The and urlnalysb, Including
which means to Always Be C. Cogdell principal I x-ray as Indicated.
and students
Careful. Elva Evans fifth grade Mazie R. Edge, reporter are FREE CONSULTATION.
Northwestern saying a special prayer for the
pupils of Mrs. Martin's room speedy recovery of Mrs., AnnieB. Clip and bring this ad!
served as M.C. for this program. Treatments for blood
Smith one of fifth
our grade
Harold Mitchell is sponsor of PHYLLIS WHEATLEY Squeezes ,by teachers, and our PTA president, skin or urinary disease
the patrols. Willie Scott. We also piles, rectal stomach
Mrs Marian Dean, sixth grade I I We feel it is a part of our Pompano 19-14 ing forward to the are return of look- 'trouble, prostrate gland
group chairman, will serve as duty in serving our communityto two our trouble, backache, rheumatlim .
our delegate to the FSTA Lead- do everything possible to makeit mothers Mrs. M. L. Floyd nervousness, I low
Northwestern High came from and Mrs.. E. R. Wilkerson.
ership Conference in Tallahassee a happy healthful for ulcer .
place us behind in the final minute of vitality, hormone deficiency
this weekend. to live. play to defeat Blanche Ely of The principal and faculty are lost vigor, arthritis .
With the advent of Sputnikand In tryinfl to make contri- and chronic .
a Pompano 19-14 Sept. 24 at Miami looking forward to seeing all ol diseases.New
Vanguard, the faculty mem- bution to your haip-pineess!, we Stadium.The our wonderful :parents: on the Location
bers are cognizant of their shortcomings have been fortunate in securing Miamians trailed 14-6 entering second Tuesday night at our regular SOUTHERN CLINIC
in the area of science the world renowned Carol the. final period. Quarter- PTA meeting. Come out and 2847 Coral Way
therefore, "Strrjugthening The Brice Trio who will come to us back James, Tullis made it 14-12 let's really get acquainted. Hours: 105. Closed Wed.
Science Program at Bunche Park in concert on Nov. 5 at BookerT. with a 14-yard dash around left !Mary F. Williams principal and Thurs.
Elementary School55 is the area Washington,. High. Time' 8:30: end. Fred Jones' extra point Ruth J. Everette reporter
that the faculty has selected as pjn..

plunge was hit first
I as was
our unit study project for this
We think only the best is good short.

year.Much: stress is being for each and everyone of you
placed on Northwestern winning its sec- I DELUXE TV
scholarship, citizenship, service who thrive on a wholesome en- ond game, roared 68 yards to
and leaderhip among our pupils. tertainment. Anyone desiring' to score the final touchdown. This *
To this end, a "Citizen of The purchase tickets may secure time Tullis pitched out to speedy 1208 N.W. 62nd Street
Week" is selected every week them from any of the Phyllis Willie Howard for a 2-yard TD.

Many courtesies are extended to Wheatley faculty. The price for Tullis sneaked over for the extra now offers
these pupils and the honoree general admission are $2.00 and point. 50
wears an arm band, during the $3.00 for reserved seats. We are $1 TERMS ON TV
week. Richard Miller, sixth assuring you a wonderful night. Blanche went out front in the
grade pupil from Mrs. Dean's Miss Hattie Brace is our general the first period on a 63-yard run Plus Parts REPAIRS
class and Marniette Williams chairman for this affair. by left halfback John Reed. Allen '
fifth grade pupil from Mrs. We smashed over for the extra ,point. Why Wait? Have it Fixed Now
are proud to
very announce Coach James' Wanza's North-
Boone's class have been accorded
this honor for the past two the two additional western eleven made it 7-6 a few 2 WEEKS ONLY

weeks teachers. To our Phyllis Wheat- minutes later. Tullis passed 47 17-inch Picture Tubes ...............,................ $25.00

Delores Harte reporter ley a family.teacher Laraine in the Smith first ,grade whois yards to Ernest Spence for the fcl-inch Picture Tube ..........,............. ......... $35.00
and William Rolle, teacher in Two Year GuaranteeWE

BETHUNE ELEMENTARY the physical education depart- ''Northwestern picked up nine ALSO REPAIR CAR RADIOS IRONS
ment. first downs to seven for Ely. The TOASTERS
I On Sept. 16 the PTA had its Bulls
lost three fumbles/ and Ely
;i initial meeting. The following The patrol boys and .girls have four. The winners lost on four Call Today-PL 4-7318
people were elected and installed organized for this year under of 11 passes while Pompano hada
as officers for this term: President the sponsorship of Albert Dean. 1 for 4 average Miami lost 80

Mrs. Docia Howell; vice Their project at the present is yards in penalties to 65 for Ely. .
"I president David Wilson; 2nd to secure their uniforms. The Bulls out rushed the Tigers

vice Morman president :Mrs. Claudia The Junior Red Cross County- 147 to 240. STRENGTH SERVICE SECURITY

Mrs. ; recording secretary wide meeting was held on Friday ,Tullls fired passes for 150
Carlenia Simms; assistant Oct. 3. The new membersand yards with receivers dropping at
i secretary :Mrs. Minnie Copeland teacher sponsors were wel- least three TD passes. Ely's lone Central Life Insurance Co.
; secretary, Mrs comed by Mrs. Margery Conroy. pass covered 50 yards.
Evelyn Best; treasurer, Mrs. Rosetta -
An interesting "grogram was ren The daily press gave the game
I, Eloise Weems Sullivan; reporter, :Mrs dered. The plans for the year'sactivities good coverage and WTVJ car- Your Friendly Company
; program chairman were discussed. ried flashes of the game that .
Mrs. Agenoria Paschal, and Mrs Elizabeth Johnson night Jack
principal on Cummings' 11:00: e
Dorothy Wilson who is our parliamentarian Eleanore Moore reporter o'clock sport show.
and Health chair-
man. iIIM I. >uwaw xsua--> ---->t JliJlJtJII )lJt'JtJt.JI..NI. """ .... Offering t

rup Special for conducting thanks to, William the election Stir- 20 Year Payment Life & Educational Endowment

and duly installing our officers I I Endowment at Age 65 at Age 18

l" Other personalities attending I I SOON: Paid-up Life & 20 Payment Life

this first PTA meeting, were I Endowment at Age 63!
; Eugene Kemp who brought us t 15 Year Endowment
'i greetings and appealed for directors Juvenile Estate Builder Whole Life

to help with the United j DAY and NIGHT I Mortgage Redemption 15 Payment Life
Fund Drive and Mr. Simon,
ti'i: president of Dorsey High PTA. Health Hospitalization 20 Year Endowment

I Mr Simon made a few remarks
\: and offered his support in any Home Office
; activity that he could help. Per-

sons selected "to attend the PTA WMBM ,1416 North Boulevard, Tampa, Fla.
workshop for training were as
follows: Mesdames A. Paschal B. Branch Offices:

Johnson C. Morman, Person* M. BRADENTON
James McMahon, Alexander D. 5000 WATTS DAYTONA OCALA
Howell, and our own principal, BEACH ORLANDO
,i of our co-worlcji:; :participatedin I
Salter's Chapel.: Our cafeteria I TALLAHASSEE
,', cashier Mrs. Agnos Davis was WEST PALM BEACH
:general chairman for this occasion. t+mneeeta e 'C1CW1CI(1I1C+ crsrr.+sre'l+e ttr snntsse
Mrs. Docia Howell, our THE TIME TO INSURE IS NOW
PTA president worked with the. Our Classified Columns Get Fact Result

.4' ........ ..........- ."" .... """" ..- "" .... .... .... ..... GOOD "NEWS I THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People1 Newspaper"


JudgeNews KING'S

RECOVERYNew he has caused. He is only allowedto YOUTH MARCH
From Miami's
Municipal Precinct Court read his thousands of get- ,
JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON well cards and letters
PresidingBy telegrams
York City (CNS) RESET OCT. 25
Elliott J. Pieze Times Staff Writer As Rev. Martin Luther King lies from admirers all over the world.
The leader has received so many I I
.--- ........ -- -- -- -- -- -- ---.... .... ..- :: resting in Harlem Hospital the flowers, his wife had to ask that NEW YORK Mr. A. Phillip
situation of integration throughout -
they please send contributions in- Randolph and ,Jackie Robinson
Somewhat of a record for recent I disposed of were the following the troubled areas looks stead. today issued the following statement -
weeks was established in Leo Griffin and Willie J. Jones gloomy. In Little Rock, the people. :
Municipal Court on Monday, Sep- charged with disorderly conductby are confused as to whether the Though he is allowed only a "The attack on the Rev. Martin -
tember 22, when the total num- fighting. Each fined $25 or 10 schools will oen or what the few visitors, Gov. Harriman man- Luther King Jr., ,beloved leader *
ber of cases listed, for trial reach- days. outcome will be. One mother ofa aged to make three visits within of the Integration strugglle
ed a staggering 140. James Perry, charged with student at Central remarked, a few days. King he says, has added a new dimension of
Shocking,! and regretful were sleeping on private property "We don't know what to do or speaks cheerfully, but is no means importance to the Youth March
the cases of James Cooper of fined $10 or four days. what to believe any more, so we past the danger stage. His fam- for Integrated Schools in Wash-
3536 Grand Ave. and 'Roosevelt Ulysses Snell, charged with Just worry. It seems that every ily 'feels if the Little Rock situ- ington.
T. McDowell a 17-year-old youth interferring, with a police officer other week the headlines say ation could be victorious, the ,i Dr. King Jr. was closely iden-
. of 3282 Douglas Road also in the while in the performance of his 'Final Showdown Today.: Then news would help a great deal in.. tified with the conception and
Grove. Cooper was charged with duty, dismissed. some kind of court issues a rul- speeding King's recovery.J. planning of the March and Intended -
disorderly conduct by fightingand Please ing and you think it's settled, except to be in the line of March.
Kelley and
Charlie Williams
tomorrow there's anew '
McDowell was charged witha "As a constructive expressionof
both charged with disor,
gimmick and the whole situation for him, '
series of complaints including III sympathy many
derly conduct
by using
profanity. starts all over again,
disorderly conduct, being an escaped -I Kelly fined $50 or 20 days and groups are planning to enlarge
city prisoner, while owing i Williams $15 or six days. The kids themselves are now B. SMITH their participation in the March.
the city 27 days; attempting to Louise Brown, charged with beginning to worry that they are To give opportunity for the full-
escape before trial and malicious disorderly conduct by using pro- losing valuable time which will ELECTRICSERVICE est (participation. of all and increase -
mischief, the destruction of a fanity and creating a disturbance, affect their plans for college. its effectiveness March
glass door valued at $40, the i fined $25 or 10 days. The 'parents are holding to Fau- committee' announces the post-
property of the city of Miami. bus' promises. The citizens fear Electrical Contractor ponement of the date to Satur-
I Lawrence Carter, charged with Oct. 25. We the con-
that the least little push or shove day, urge
The. series of incidents occurr-I malicious mischief, destruction of will incite a race riot. HOUSEWIRING"Don't tinued support of all so that the
between, 10:45 and : property, fined $15 or six days. demonstration will have maxi-
urday" night according to Officer' James W. Taylor, charged with But in New York Rev. King CUM Call us" mum success."
Harold Hill who was one of the i drunk and disorderly conductby is being kept from unhappynews.
arresting officers. Oficer Hill told creating a disturbance and He is also unaware of the PHONE NE 63058Night
the court that Cooper and, Mc- with assault with a finger nail few crude messages sent him or Day I
Dowell were squaring off at each file on Hattie Jackson fine a wishing he were dead and citinghe Drive Carefully
other in a fight at the corner of total of $75 or 30 days. is being paid for the trouble .;.,
Road Saturday I I. ..
Grand and Douglas on -- -- -
night. Officer Hill said ------- 5 '
after he placed the men under ------------ I
arrest, it was discovered that :
McDowell was an escaped city
prisoner. r- EXCLUSIVE J

Once in the precinct, Cooper ,
todk his arrest in stride, but Mc-
Dowell did not., Officers at the -----
precinct said that while Mc- 1Il. ----------
Dowell was being booked, he sud-
denly broke from the counter'
and dashed towards the back i
door in an obvious attempt to
escape a second time. McDowell
smashed irn the glass in the door FIRST-TIME OFFER!
attempting to break out but got
hemmed in the door and was recaptured -
by Sgt. Leroy Smith,
Officer W. Calhoun and Prison
Guard C. Thomas. McDowell
really put on a show and it took
the three officers to subdue and
place him ,in the cell.

In court Monday morning,
Cooper and McDowell had very
little to say by way of defensefor MAHALIA
themselves, except that they r fi'r'' .n
did say that they were not really ;
fighting'when the officer arrested -
them Saturday night. But Of- j
ficer 11111 insisted that they were
and were also creating quite a liii s Heave

disturbance.Judge Johnson found both C -1 "Oh lord,Is It I 11"
menguilty and fined Cooper $25 JAi3t14
or 10 days. The Judge then sen- ''Walk Over God's Heaven" y
tenced McDowell to 30 days, '
$192.50 or an additional 77 dayson
the four' charges. The 77 days L

include the'27 days McDowell ____
owed the city.
Among! other cases heard and

Graduate Courses in

Education May

Be OfferedFlorida .

A and M University t f ;gig PLAYS

Extension Service is announcingthat 'Such Sweet Thunder'
they will offer one graduate
course in education if 35 or more
"Sonnet to Hank Cinq"You
people register for it. The course aA
will be either No. 500 Social Y SM
Foundations of Education of No. '

509, History of Education.The !! .

courses will be offered at
the Miami Center, Booker T.

Washington Credits High School earned, may 1200 4 complete selections Regular A
NW 6th ave. get
$1.29 value
be used for teacher certification, ,
certificate extension and renewalas yoursfor 50 't'
well as regular college credit. "" on one great 7-Inch
classes are let up < -
.. < r-Lm
on the basis of 20 or more en- - 45-rpm extended ONLY
rollments for each class.

All persons Interested are to play album and 3 Carnation Evaporated Milk Label
report to the auditorium of B.
T. Washington HUh School at 9 r--------------------,
o'clock Saturday morning, Sep- I CARNATION COMPANY I
tember 27. At that time classes Take advantage of '.0.Bo*B410-N,Chicago 77,Wnoto I
will be organized, registration
will be completed and fees paidto this exclusive offer* Plot Mod m ____7-lnch45pm albums( ) featuring I
an official representative from 4 Mahall/ Jackson and Duke Ellington as described. For I
the .business office of Florida A a each album ordered I .nclos 50 and 3 labels from II
and M University. Fees are $9.00 :1 y?4 / 1 1 II Carnation Evaporated Milk.

per credit hour. I I :,J'.

For further information,Miami contact EVAPORATED1 | NAME.I (riMM. M* rwiy) ;I II:>>1ffjf." ,,"
Mrs. C. M. I \
Center Supervisor at NE 5-4780 M ILK! Th. Worlft Lttdlng BnndmX3Z I AOOR! I' ,,,,(0: : 'rtirt
FR 3-4315. ; I I f '''J
or at iA of Cnponttd HIM ? !
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper"PAGE B&P Women ,In sunshine ; committee chairman; Fall Tea
Mrs\ Llliia ,. Sands, reporter. I I I "
16 SATURDAY, OCTOBER: 1958 First Fall Meet' I The club will meet on Tues- A Coiffure Revue Fall Tea will
be held Sunday, Oct 12 at the
day, Oct. 7 at 8 pm. at the YW,
NW 2nd
The first fall meeting of the Longshoreman Hall, 816
_....__...........--. U / ...._... I M.N. Business and Professional Wo I 340 NW 13th. st. All membersand ave. Sponsored by BeauticianUnit
men's Club of Murrell Branch interested persons are urged No. 7, 5 to 7:30: p.m. Donation -
The YWCA was held on Tuesday, to attend is $1.00.
In-Around Sept. 23 at the The club
regretted accepting the ensigna- .
__ By A. H. McKENZIE tion of its president, Mrs. Zelma, ? For Pick-up and
-.---...r.N..N..w ...ww.wwNww1..w .ww.NM Black. Her teaching duties at !
I Ii night will prevent her from attending Delivery Service onPrescriptions
The Exuinlan Elevating Assoc- reviewing, the legislative record club meetings, but she
iation will be celebrating its 21st ,I i for the year. The House will openon will cooperate with all activitiesas
anniversary at the Metropolitan December 1. far as possible.We .
Baptist Church on Sunday, Oct.
happy to announce
lined are
will be deliveredby in front of
5. The message that another well qualified per- STORE
the Rev. George the Magistrate's Court on Mon-
the pastor,
son, Miss Gloria Braynon, has
Humes. day to witness the proceedings r "Prescription Compounding
been elected The 1958-
The Exumians boast that their against\ Randol Fawkes, presidentof 59 officers fit, + 8pecl ir.t."
association is the only institutionin the Bahamas Federation of ;
Miss Gloria ,
Braynon presi-
Nassau that has never changedits Labor Mr. Fawkes is charged Sundries Gifts
Mrs. Richardson
president in 21 years. Henry with sedition. His case will be ; Gladys
their Court dur- vice !president; Miss JoAnn + Patent Medicines
Norris Bullard-Ferguson, tried in the Supreme
leader, deserves the highest ing the October session. Spence, secretary; Mrs Gwen- ' Greeting Cards
praise. He has their full confi-I Mr. Fawkes applied to the dolyn Bullard, treasurer; Mrs. .3. .
dence, and is determined to keep' Bahamas Bar Association, and Albertha Edwards, chaplain; Mrs. "" 1240 N.W. 3rd Ave.
Exuma in the lead among the has been given permission' to Rosalyn Bethel, program committee SIDNEY T. COX
neighboring |islands. I bring to Nassau the Hon. V. chairman; Mrs. Pauline I Registered Pharmacist Phone FRanklin 3-2932
Blake, Queonfc Council of Jamaica club supper: committee
The wedding ceremony for to defend him in the trial. chairman; Mrs. Edna Ammons, I

Martin Rollington Farquharsonand The Supreme' Court opened on ,:. .. .. ..;?. W-?;. .. .. .. .. ..::. ,., W W
n n n A r. 1- -' H In h ,1 -- Ir n n I- N n ry
Roxanna Janneth Gomez Oct. 1.This. tt
todk place at St Agnes Churchon is the first case of a seditious fi
Sunday, Sept. 21, at 5:30: pm. nature in the Bahamas Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From
the Rev. John Taylor officiating. within living memory, and it will
be followed with keen interest. pit
!Mrs. Evelyn Robertson returned hl tt
to Miami last week after attending The promotion of Inspector ; VISIT OR CALL TODAY . PL 7-1645
the funeral of her brother Conrad J. Knowles to Assistant 1
who was killed recently. Her Superintendent of Police has
host of friends expend to her met wide satisfaction in the
deepest sympathy. community. !Me was born and educated -
at Long Island. He hasa
Basil Cooper, son of Canon splendid record as a Police
Collingsworth Cooper, has entered Constable is a member of St.
Codrington' College to study Agnes Church and is a rep'lar
for the sacred ministry Friends communicant on Sundays. Inspector -
that he will follow in the
hope Knowles never fails to
footsteps of his father who has i recognize his duties to God, and e'l
made a great contribution to the Is an example to his fellow offi-
Diocese of Nassau as a Missionary. -
cers who might do well to follow -
his Christian example.

Thomas: Robinson was presented .......--..............................
with the Friends of the Baha- S
mas gold badge on Sept 12 by PUNPHUNBy
His Excellency the Acting Gov-
ernor the Hon. Kenneth Walms- : PHIL OaSOFIRII.

ley. The presentation was madein I ............................................. ;
recognition of the young colored -
Bahamian's athletic achievements SCHOOL DAZE
at the Commonwealth
love for fellowman,
. Games in Cardiff, Wales, recent- Our our
I regardless of his color, should be
like our schools . elementaryand
A cross section of the womenof t.
New Providence met at the 'When we close our hearts and '
St. John Baptist Cathedral on our schools to some human beings $
Sept. 11 and organized the Na- we lock out the Greatest WHY PAY RENT ?
tional Council of Women of the Teacher.
Bahamas. The meeting was call-
ed by Mrs. Doris Johnson. The Keeping children from their
executive committee is comprised lessons will teach their parentsa NEW 3 BEDROOM CBS HOMESNO
of the president-elect, Mrs. lesson.
; Mrs M. B. Something get from look
Donaldson, vice president-elect; schools , educa-shun.,
ing up
Mrs. Irma Albury, secretary-
elect; Mrs. Carl Bethel, treasur- There are many schools of Only $495 Down
er-elect; Mrs. Bertha Isaacs, Mrs, thought, but few students.
George V. E. Higgs, Mrs. Bea- bedrooms separate living room, dining room. All modern kitchen,
trice Huyler, Mrs. M. C. Walker, Where there is class prejudice tiled ,baRhroom, tub, {shower, landscaped. North Miami Beach, 10 'new
Mrs. Eugenia Lockhart, Miss G. there is no class.
I finished: will ihold. Pick, Why pay
K. Symonette, Mrs. Mary ones being now. 'yours now.
ham and Mrs. Levi Iniil'a-I America was founded on a rock: rent. See models, 1476, 1481, 1555 N.E. 154th Terrace. These are sold dt
of the alms of the council is the --Plymouth Rock. It may foundeion under construction, at N.E. 154th $t. N.E. 14th to 16th Ave.
ballot for women in the Bahamas. another rock-Uttle Rook r ..

It takes a hydrogen' bomb to I .
i (Leslie A. Armlbrister is to stand destroy a large city, but a whole $795 DOWN '$695 DOWN > A
trial in the Supreme Court during nation can be destroyed by a I
't October sessions on a total of Little Rock p 3-bedroom new CBS homes. See 2-bedroom furnished on large
100 charges of falsification of
accounts =
larceny and fraud. He Is Little Rock students' new jones (Ibeing built at N.W. beautiful deep lot. City water, no rK
alleged to have committed the Your school doors are locked, 153rd St and ((18th ave. fn ppa closing costs. Move right in. Close Ij;
offenses when he was Commissioner Your governor is stubborn Locka. BuiltIn oven and range.4tSee to bus and shopping. First deposit 1:1::
at Mangrove Cay, Andros. And the nation is shockedGod' aly finished sold (houses at 1755 i- will hold. Why pay rent? Be
will shall ,
Excellency conquerHe 1763 NW 154th ''St. Deposit will smart. ,Buy wow !II I
On Sept. 18 His the will shatter the lock.
Acting Governor of the Bahamas And you'll see the fulfillment e hold. S
j' I prorogued the Legislature after Of one Shepherd and one flock,. I-I,
, ,' I

TV SICK ? a4 Only $995 Down $995 DOWN I

Ui CBS, separate living room, dining >
'I See finished model at 2940 N.W.
;;, Then dial FR 4.2044-9 a.m. to 9 'p.m. ;X r room, modern ;kitchen, all tiled 47th St. We have keys to see in

I f ;U bathroom, shower doors, 'Venetian side. I
SAME DAY SERVICE ai blinds, utility room. See 3026 NW j

ALL MAKES ALL MODELS :;u1 51st Terr. a

t Picture Tube Special

a 2-BEDROOM CBS 'HOME 11000 gallon tanks. Fully equipped.
17-tneh-$22.95 21-inch-$29.95 Now in operation. Owner: ill.

Lna t In Miami's nicest residential area. Will give 'long Jease. Terrific lo

{ City water, landscaped, furnished cation. Three 'pumps, stock room,

I LATCH ON TO THIS BARGAIN 4Is Owner left for California. Wet kerosene //and bulk oil tanks. See
have keys. 'See 1865 NW 57th St. 11,000 gallon tanks. Fully equipp-
Used 17-inch TV-Good condition $39.95
RADIOS REPAIRED-Brinff it in for quick service


Vets Radio & TV Co.
? 5 We are open every day 9 to 9 p.m. including SundayS

ft 201 N.W. 62nd Street Phone PL 7.1645
939 N.W. 3rd Ave. ft.

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