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Title: Miami Times
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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: October 11, 1958
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36TH YEAR, NO. 7 I

1'1 JACKIE MaJ5'DesegregateBeforeVliami! ;"' : :

: GLEASON SHOW West Palm Beach ;\ ",'.

f\\r.t i "I;,: ':

1, Assignment Law, either vu ,I ,
transition Pupil
of ill
Judging iron. the opinion i i stronger than first reported. +' "During the period its application. :.
face by
said its or
opinion' "
handed down by the U S. Court Attorneys for both sides said the unanimous remains', with. I "It is enough to observe thatno ''i ,,' 1
of Appeals at Now Orleans last they will study the language of "The district Jurisdiction court to ascertain means of Any description! cart I' .
Friday, West Palm Beach may the ruling to determine if it the faith compli- be legally employed to deprivethe "
well be the first Florida city to means an immediate start must and require good appellant of his rights under
desegregate its schools. be made toward mixed classes. ance. the constitution" I
The court said that Florida I fl PRIVEb OF RIGHTS The Holland case is one of two
school boards must make a DECISION NEXT WEEK in Florida attacking school seg \
reasonable start to "So long as the appellant and ,
"prompt and regation. <
District Judge Emett C. Choate, children are segregated -
the other Negro
good faith compliance" with The second against the Dad e
+ Supreme Court desegregation whose original decision was reversed ,, in public schools on the County School Board, also is \l
mandate. In the ruling, is out of ; basis of race, they and each ot decision. \1
The decision came In a suit In the city until Oct 15 and no them, Including the appellant, nearing Testimony a was taken by Judge*
Palm Beach County by William further action is possible before I are being deprived of their Joseph P Lieb almost, two "

M. Holland attorney in behalf of then rights months ago and briefs have been AI
court held that "There is no need at this time .. ,
his son. The appellate filed ,by attorneys for both sides.
Though handed: down last responsibility to see that no childIs I to consider separately the charges Judge Llcb's ruling is expected I' ',
month, the written opinion just deprived of his rights rests of gerrymandering or the Florida unconstitutionality shortly, : r )
4 received was considered m u c'h squarely on the school boards. I of the I I 1 I Iii
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Y4l.;Y j Money; Now What, Gov. Faubus'?

nationwideappeal ,
2 1 'aJ students or s t o p ersonal and urgent
Gov. Orval E. Faubus of Arkansas Negro for contributions 'I
Is getting further and fur- 1 using publicly-paid schoolteachers !
to operate a private segregated I
Miamian Touring her out on the proverbial fimb. school system In Little "' :J
where he tom there, I Judge John Paul I, without high '
and goes halls and ,
1 .- nobody knows. I( ruling on the Virginia anti- Hoifc, churches, lodge ? 1"
tl"'$ -: Africa With FAMU, Efforts to resist and evade the integration laws that shut down rumpus rooms. of ,1,,
+ eL three public schools in the two Dr. T.. J, Raney, president
Court's school desegregation
Supreme ,
Rook Private School I 1
S the Little
localities, laid emergency private
Guild beIng
Playmakers orders are constantly "obvious Corp., signed the letter aboveFaubus'
stymied by federal court classes constituted an
orders.A evasion of the (desegregation) signature I '
; ; V RaymondD. Federal District judge' ruled mandate of the Supreme Court"as It seemed obvious there I i
j Aranha, son would be no need to make a .
,8 Wednesday that private, make- long as their teachers are paid funds If .
nationwide appeal for
of Mrs. Thelma
in Charlottervlllemd by public funds.
shift J
Charles Devoe, and Aran-Mr rI Warren County must either Gov. Orval E. Faubus made a Little nock' were and contributing Arkansas segregationists as- '

ha, is now performing the corporation had expected.

'arc? ;a,, in Africa . . p Moro than 3,000 high school
\ with the rol. students In Little Rock, including -
about 700 'Negroes, are in
FAMU Play-
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their sixth week
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makers. : JisfI.r
Beautiful Lulu Guerrero, 21, The grow, i Ie: : truction. i
will be seen as a show girl regular .i
on "The Jackie Gleason scheduled to BTW Prof., Honored \\1

Show over the CBS Television tour many part of Africa returning ,
J, Milton Smith, Ph.D.,
Network every Friday night 8.3C: to the United States via Paris tor in social studies at Instruc"I"I
Grace 1
to 9:00 p.m. Lulu, who a
model plans a singIng of BTW T. Washington High has 1,.
Del Marco Raymond is a graduate formed by the editors of Educational I!
career. At present she goes high school and is now In hi,, Theory that his articleentiled 'I j I
to high school at nights and lives at the University i "A Critical Estimate of
mother. junior year 1
in the Bronx with her the Educational Philosophies of .

-- qipp Plato and John Dewcy" has been
accepted for publication in the

April, 1930 issue.Educational ,.

C. King Goin g to Africawas &1 publication Theory devoted is a to nation schol-

arly research on the theoretical J
GULFPOR.T Miss Clennon rebutted and called insani foundations of education It is
King, controversial college pro when he tried to enroll at the published cooperatively by The
University of Mississippi, has Society The Philo- I
lessor from Albany, Ga., who John Dewey
,1 decided to go to Africa. IV tohy of Education Society and I
"I am going back to Africa in A the College of Education, Uni-
search of the freedom our Afri versity of Illinois.Contributions \
can-American people lost 339 of this nature as : ,
well as his memberships and {f V 'I
years participation in scholarly, civic
: Y
.T + The former professor at Al- l lI lu and rellgioui organizations, give \1
r corn A&M College said the lease Dr. Smith deserved tribute and I... '
his home here expires Oct. 15
on honorr. I ,. ki ;
: worldy 1
; : and "most all of my

goods must be sold. '

S t.i King raid his possessions include 'f
V A television set and auto-
V matic washer and that they must

be sold at any price. ...

J WI.wrr "Promptly buying all or some ,w jeJ l '!1'to

VV of these itemswiU help mese-., M ;\ I : 'f .
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w sailKing .
.r 5uft pttafaThome.
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who tried to enroll in the Preof that wishes do some* with an III husband, Mrs. Ste II III ""f

White University of Mississippi times com true !I. the flight of pheneon won a radio.TV audi i .
during the, summer and attempted ,) these three little girls (left to ence participation/ contest In I oL ,
to register his oldest daughterin right) Rosemary, 3, Roxarta, 4, which with U fulfilled. Together ,...
a White school here this fall. and Jacqueline, 5. Flown to the with her hatband, Mr*. Stephenson 1
While King was at Alcorn he United State by Pan American emigrated to Los Angel -
Dr. Benjamin E. Mays, electe( wrote articles criticizing the World Airways from their home l las In lOU, leaving the chlldrei" I t
president of the United N gr NAACP, aDd students protested In Georgetown, British Guiana, In Georgetown with their grandmother -
College Fund at the annual meet by boycotting the college. on the northeast shoulder of until the couple could geettabllihed.
tag in New York City, Oct. 'I His most recent action was a South America the children recently Then her huebani
Dr. Mays is president of More fast "until some Misslssipi joined their parent fell sick and Mr*. Stepheneoi" I
house College for Men, Atlanta I prayer Negro family attempts to Daphne and Rudolph Stephen went to work. Not long ago shi
He succeeds Dr. F. D. Pattersoi" enroll a child la a White school.: eon In Lot Angeles, after a obtained m ticket for the radii+
founder of the College Fund It apparently-flailed. three-year separation. Their arrival show and when the ."dr.nCtheard +
who was named chairman of th was the fulfillment of their hr wish she was unanlmouely A lhtkn,
concluded his
committee and vie King ,
executive chosen the winner
mother's wfrh, A factory ;
ad "Please
chairman of the board.


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THE: MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper"'

PAGE 2 SATURDAY,. OCTOBER. 11,. 1958 f


Along Freedom's RoadBy



It is an unfortunate fact that Behind us lle the shame and deg- %
NAACP' mbersips in the south i redation of slavery; the baying *
have decreased thus' past. year. of. the !bloodhounds trying! to find
This is not surprising. What isa the scent, of the escaped: slave;
surprise is that so many thou- gone are the hard and tyrannous -
sands of southern Negroes have overseers; gone, thank good-
made up their minds to obtain ness, are the slave blocks; the
first-class citizenship and are separating of families and loved
prepared to go ,all the way in ones, the selling down the river
obtaining it. This is the fact, that and all the other manifestations j _
overshadows the loss in member- of the blot on the history of
ship. America.

FACTS These things 'are in the past.

Tt is a wonderful thing that so Segregation is nearer to us
the and means more to those oif living .
many Negroes throughout ci '
in 1958. But is segregation
South are standing up and saying -
else than fancier i
in effect, to the white citi- anything a pack,
ens below! the Mason and Dixon jge than slavery? Is segregationother .

tine: "We have had enough dIs- than politer form of slavery .. .
crimination and segregation. We wrapped sop in nice paper witha i'r \
!ifancy bow of ribbon on it? Be
have come to the point now
to test tc honest with yourselves. Are you
where we are willing i .
the fullest our rights as citizensof really free in this year of 1958 ,
1 For nearly 100 years after the Proclamation t
the United States this we _j
; ? _
are prepared, to stand up and ending slavery \

fight in the face of prejudice LOOK IN YOUR HEARTS >I S\
intimidation, and threats of via, y ;:
lence.. 'There Is: no turning back Take five minutes out from ,
now.' i your busy lives 'after reading
:: ; w
this column and think things 'q
This is a heartening 'and won- Vi
over. Are you really free? Are s
derful thing. But let's face some .
you enjoying your privileges and J ._
facts. What organization has rights as first-class citizens of

been mainly responsible for the United States? Can you use .
bringing southern Negroes to the all |ublic facilities give your:
,oint; of making the statement children all the opportunities to
above? What organization has I fit them for their 'adult lives? If !
brought the suits and made the don't, the NAACP.
so, you need
legal fights throughout the ? :
years But-iif you are honest, you will I, : ,
What organization has Bolsteredthe ...
: admit that these things 'are stillto ""'
courage of 'Negroes stood behind -, 'be gained. We have come a Members of the Women's CooperativeClub Standing Mrs. Bertha McKeever
them and encouraged them? are: ,
I' long way ibut we are now at. the
I think we all know the answer crossroads. Back of us is slavery, are pictured above.. Front row, sitting Mrs.. Alice Neal, Mrs. Louise Fisher, Mrs.
-the NAACP.A 'ahead lies freedom and equal are:. Mrs. Kitty Thompson, Mrs. I
Loleta Spears Mrs. Zella Brown and Mrs.
opportunity. To deviate from this Sarah. Pullom, Mrs Gertrude Williams, ,
OF path is to lose ground. To go Mrs.. Mattie Harris. Rose Tucker.

There is no doubt that withoutthe backwards is to sink into the
NAACP Negroes! in the !swamp of segregation and the
south and elsewhere would not evils it contains. There Ia no way IWOMEN'S I
now be standing on the thresh- to go for honest, courageous
old of a new life. Barrier after people except the path ahead-
barrier to first-class citizenshiphas the road to freedom. friends were honored with
been struck obstacle dinner by the Women's Cooperative -I Rosa Tucker; president; Mrs.
after obstacle has been removed If. you are not a member Club at the celebration: of Kitty Thompson, vice president;
from the :path to (freedom. With- the NAACP join at once and its 9th anniversary: Sunday night Mrs. Zella Brown social treas- Want simple' effective relief from
out the laid of the NAACP. these help yourself: atnd your 'family Sept. 28, at the Club Royale. urer; Mrs. Mattie ''Harris, assistant choking racking bronchial aethmatlo -
enjoy the fruits of first-class secretary; Mrs. Loleta spasms Get genuine
barriers and obstacles would not citizenship lit your membership Among! the guests from other Spears, secretary; Mrs. Alice Breatheaty see+ what you've
now be eliminated.But has expired renew it. Freedomis clubs and organizations were: Neal sick committee; Mrs I been mining) There'a no aubatN

there is a fallacy In the costly but freedom is worth: Mrs. Marie Price, president of Louise Fisher, sick committee tutt for original Breatheaey Inhalant -
thinking of some of us. Some of It. Only those who have not had Phyllis Wheatley Club; Mrs. chairman; Mrs. Bertha MeKeever,I' and nebulizing et. Get
us might: thing the battle is entirely full freedom can ,know the 'bitterness Venita Campbell, treasurer of the comfort by breathing! Guaran
lain Mrs.
char Pullom
won and that there is the frustration and sor- Joliet Club;' Mrs. Juanita Plesseyof ; .
no need for continued support of row or denial. Your opportunityis the Urban League Guild, treasurer; Mts. Gertrude Will- I teed.J d J DRUG DEPT. STORE

the (NAACP.. fThe truth of the here.. God grant tht you will Police Monroe Force.Members Sherman. of the Miami iams. 1410 N.W. Und St. Miami. Fl 1..
matter is that there
never has
use it. wisely to gain a better
been a time when support. from
of the
club are: Mrs.
life for anA yours.
friends of freedom land equality you
is so 'badly and desperately need-
ed. Legal lights are expensive;
court suits cost much money; J. B. SMITH TV REPAIRSNO
aiding intimidated Negroes in
Mississippi costs money; helping ELECTRICSERVICE MUSICMUSIC
Negroes to gain justice in Ala-

bama costs money; fighting: prejudiced .
state legislatures and Investigating Electrical Contractor CHARGEIf
committees is not
done for nothing; in other words HOUSEWIRING
-the fight for freedom is costly. we can't fix it in your home
"Don't cuss Call us" MUSIC
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with Tee
Night or DarJAMES'
We have come now, to the
crossroads in our march ahead. Ed Cook DRIVE-IN SERVICE

Rockm Rogers .

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I Our Classified Column Get Fast Results!




Bethune-Morris Brown in "Tilt" Sat. I SATURDAY THE MIAMI, OCTOBER TIMES-11"The, 1958 Peopled Newspaper"y

The Bethune-Cookman College Saturday, Oct. 11 in Phil- roon and Gold. each Wednesday on moonshine
I Wdldcats and the Morris Drown Bps Field, Tampa, at 8 p.m in Whdle the Wolverines, on their MoonshinersPost charges. ,If
Wolevrines will clash head on I I the 20th annual) Tilt: of The Ma- J 1958 record, look like favories, BondsJack I State beverage agents located l!
having won 1 and lost 1 and the and destroyed about 500 gallon ;;
'- Wildcats losing both of their Thrash, 27, and Willie :: of untaxed whisky In their homo '
195 starts records have little Davis, 34, both living at 2342 I I Tuesday. A third, member of th
vague when these two team meet. NW 78th St., posted $1,000 bond fang escaped. 'fl'
They are natural rivals and the yI I 7
fur is sure to fly in Phillips Field

Saturday night. Football Football ;
The Wildcats will have two
weeks to recover from the minor
Injuries and 'bruises sustained last
week in the South Carolina State THIRD ANNUAL fLORIDA CLASSIC
game, while the Wolverldes will
be engaging! the runner-up national -

State University at. Nashville -Vs.--- ,
hJs Saturday.The .
interest in this game is
hlh a.1; both schools have large
Alumni groups in the state, andit
looks as if Phillips Field will GAME OF THE YEAR .
be bulging at the seams! with
both groups trying to cheer their FEATURING THE ''i'r I
Yf y chool on to victory. The largest
91 crowd in the history of the Tilt Famed FAM'U and B.C.C. Marching

L i t the prediction of the Tilt Bands N
Committee. I


Rudolph The, Wildcats G. (Dunky are )coached Matthews by SATURDAY NIGHT, OCT. 25 8 p.m.

himself a graduate of Bethune-
Cookman and an All Southern. The Gator Bowl, Jacksonville, Florida
tackle: at Moorehouse College, and
the Morris Brown Wolverinesare ADMISSION
coached toy Edward J. (Ox) I Box Seat Reserved Section End Zone
Ckmmon- also an All Southern I I $3.50 $2.50 $1.50
\tackle while he played at Morris -
Brown Both! coaches: have I Mall orders for tickets will be accepted ,.after October 11 by
enjoyed the scat of conference Paul Hyde, Dullness Manager, De'thunt.Cookman' College,
champions and Coach of the Year Daytona Beach, Florida; H. R. Partridge, Business Manager,
I Morris Brown was champion of Florida A&M University' Tallahassee, Florida.
the Southern Intercollegiate Ath- Tickets on sale after October 11 }at the following Jacksonville
letic Conference in 1950, and
iL- ii Bethune-Cookman took the titlen locations: Hollywood Music ,,Store, 60S, Ashley; Cohen Brothers,
1952. St. James Boulevard; Harry Flnkleeteln Company, 633 W Bay;
and Tourist Bureau, Hamming Park
All roads will laud to Tampa
Saturday for the football lovers.


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Mrs. B. T. WhitbyIs
/1 N IN.INNIINNNNIIN...............IIIM
Woman's Day

Speaker at 'Mt. ZionMrs. PUNPHUN I I.jl

By PHIL 0880FERIIIIIINNIIIIII1111.11111111111111111111111111
Beulah T. Whitby. of Detroit .
Mich., will be the Woman's
Day speaker at the Mt. Zion As this column was written the

Baptist Church on Sunday, Oct. late World Series stood at two ,. .. ..... .w ,
19 at the 11 p'clock hour. ? o ti '
games to one favor of the Mil-
Mrs. Whitby Is one of the out- waukee Braves. My dentist pull-
standing women on the American ing for the Yanks (and what TA4i
scene today. She is a mem- dentist isn't?) was down In the
ber of the faculty of Wayne ,
mouth. I tried to reassure him,
University; and the assistant director -
'saying that the Yanks could itlll
of the Mayor's Committeeon bridge the gap if they would
Human Relations. She is also
cross the plate often enoufh.
part Ume instructor In sociologyat
Mercy College. A detective suggested the
Her civic activities Include Yanks ought to hire a few po-
work with the Detroit Council of :licemen. He said they make good I.- news
Churches; the YWCA, the Con oinch hitters and are excellent
ference of Chirstians and Jews, protection against stolen bases. :
and the Anti-Defamation League. Moreover, they would have a gold ": -.
She is a member of the Con- better chance to cop the series I
gregational church; the board of
the National Urban League, and It was fortunate that Mil / slb
former National President of th. waukee won the National League \P' 1 cap
AKA Sorority. pennant. One has to be Braveto
Probably the most able woman face the Yanks. Besides, being I
speaker of her race. Mrs. Whitby from beer-town. It's a cinch for : isa cup .
will develop the theme: "The them to yet a-head. (Does this : '.
Women's Role In Christian Liv- leave you foaming at the mouth?)
ing." The public is invited.
I figured this for a real cool .4. -+*:
series . so many fans you sect 0' > ,I
BTW Loses AgainBooker Larsen's shutout in the third .
game reminded me of his famous
T. Washington High 1 perfect game, which inspired! .i :. :' (
this little poem: '
its of the
lost second game season :
"+ .. .W'
t .wgW'ItIFN
Thursday night at Dorsey
When Larsen pitched that per- :
Park as Matthew Gilbert High fect t"I
of Jacksonville topped them game I ?e \, :t tz \
He "stole" his way to baseball i .
2012. I fame; "j
Gilbert scored two in the first It was a "crime," it's plain to :
and one in the second quarter to
lead 20-0 at halftime. BTW got What's see; the chargegrand ',... /
both its scores in the final period
Larsen-y! '
une on a dazzling 80-yard gallop /
by James Vlckers. Frank 5 /
Oliver blocked a punt for the
Advertise It !
other tally. / .
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4 SATURDAY. OCTOBER 11. 1958 Saturday. The nominee are:
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The &1. Rev. Everett I:. Jones. of Wwv U74"'", WI'" ;
I I Rev. Harry S. Kehnedy of Honolulu, T.II.; The JU. Rev. By PAUL R. HENRY
; of Missouri, the nt. Rev. Richard ... .,.
f AJ1jur Carl Lichen berger "'..
E. Emrich of Michigan, the Rt. Rev. Oliver J. Hart of Pad sod PHil Beach
t; t {i i Wf Pe B j'lvama, the Rt. Rev. Stephen P. Bayne Jr. of Olyln- f orida; School Board Assodatioo _
pia Wau the Rt. Rev, C. Powell of Maryland.This riJ aik the state to help
: integrated convention. It was the peT the legal cost of defending
was really an to Florida
segsega1M B
South and schools
in the Deep ,
WtTTANTU/ ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ELLIS this convention How doM tbt one a;Feat to
The Times Arc Changed And We Arc Changed With Them" wfarTpffiI that it was in South Florida, and peeltl- you!
- - -- -- of Miami Beach.In .
ly at the well]} known convention city
.3ff'oe at 3112 M.W. Third Avenue. Miami' Florida-Phone FR S-22S6 this city there were no embarasamenta, everybody The NAACP asd !he Federal
Plant 4d 6740 N.W. 1bth Avemia- Phone PL 4-612B human beings, Coverameot are on the move to
were just
else like they
treated everybody
- ---- -- -- -- - re-open schools in Arkansas and
Entered a* Second Claw Matter. August I. 1927 at the Poet Office at and Virginia The government fileda
Miami! Floriea. under the -ct of March ft, 1B7C MiaSTBeach hotels received guests as they came brief as a friend of the court.
without regard to color. Wouldn't it be a nice thing: if
H. E. SIC1BMUND Editor for the Ally. General William P.
BEEVES. the pattern"set by Miami Beach became a pattern Rog.
GARTH C. REEVES. Associate Editor and Bueinew Manager ere declares that efforts in some
whole South Southern States to resist and
Member of the 1\Iational1\lewapaper Publishers Aaaociation evade the Supreme Court's rulingon
Member of the Aaraciated Negro Press THE ROMAN CHURCHThe desegregation orders "lead

Roman Catholi: Church on Tuesday establisheda but tortuously to a dead end."
He appealed to the "all responsible
0E YEAR K4.DO SIX MONTHS t2.5D THREE MONTH 1.50 new Diocese of Miami. dtsrens" to "take
CREDO OF THE NEGRO' PRESS" The installation of the Most Rev. Coleman F. Carroll stand on the tide of the law."

THE NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the world' as head of the new Diocese was held at a Pontifical Mass
from racial and national antagloniamB when It accord to every man in the new St. Mary's Church erected at a cost of $2,000- On Wednesday afternoon the
regardless of race, color or creed, hit human and legal rights Hating 000. This church is now the Cathedral. There were 27 Rt Rev. C. Alfred Voegeii of
Haiti presented
was 20-foot
no nun fearing no an.-the Negro Preae strives to help every man at the service. a
bishops present
outboard motor boat to help hin
in the firm belief thai all men are hurt ae long as anyone it held back. and about
The new diocese has a total of 13 parishes with his missionary work The
140,000 Catholics in South Florida. boat was given by the children
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK of the Dallas diocese in Texas.

Pope Pius XII died at the advanced age of 82 yearson what seems almost impossible.
is a history-making week in Dade County. More Wednesday night The Pope had not been in the best The Milwaukee Braves had three

important still is the fact that history is being made in of health for some time, so that his death, while mournedby games to their credit but could
the religionsworld.. millions the world over, was not altogether unexpected. not get that fourth The Yanks

On Sunday night October 5, the 59th Triennial Convention Pope Pius was called "The Pope of Peace." He had did.

the highest body of the Episcopal Ohurch con-' reigned for 19 years.InAround. The churches of greater Miami -
vened at the new, commodious Exhibition Hall on Miami and some civic organizationshave
Beach at a service with more than 15,000 souls in atten- another campaign going
dance. for closing all non-essential businesses -

"The huge procession of acolytes!, clergymen deputies -, The Bahamas United on Sundays.The Fund. Drive is on.

and bishops WAS a marvelous sight as they marchedto I Everybody who can should sub.
the strains of the powerful organ furnished by the Conn By A. H. McKENZIE scribe to this fund.

Organ Corporation of Elkhart, Indiana, singing "OnwardOhristian
Soldiers" and "I Bind Unto Myself Today." Those Miasma who missed
The case of Randol Fawkes. Bowe. He was accompanied by
The Presiding Bishop, the!! Rt. Rev. Henry K. Sher- who is charged' with seditious Mrs. I. G Pratt who was mistresl hearing of Dr.Tuskegee Luther Foster Institue, president and

rill, DJD., S.T.D., LL.D., delivered a powerful opening utterances, was deferred at the of ceremony for the occasion Lester Granger, executive of the
message. opening of the Supreme Court on Sunday afternoon. National Urban League last week,
The massed integrated Oct. 1, to allow him to confer speech-
choirs under the direction of missed hearing two great
the Rev. Ralph A. Harris D. Mus, University of Miami, with his counselOn Liberty BeauticiansHold es.
25 when Mr. Fawkeswas
rendered enjoyable music.
committed for trial In the Clinic i Mayor Robert: King High did
The altar, erected especially for this occasion was Supreme Court by the Magis- On OcL 7, Liberty Professional -' not approve City Manager E. A.
bedecked with beautiful roses, a sight long to be remem- trate's Court, a large number of Beauticians held a clinicalmeeting Evans spending the city's fundsin
his followers took him on their which was very success- an effort to pass the autonomy
bered.On Monday et'ening'the official reception to meet shoulders to Government House ful It consisted of beautiful amendment. He thinks
The Acting Governor had goneto hair styling, hair-cutting andcolorini' Evans should resign. Evans says
the Presiding Bishop and Mrs. Sherrill and other distinguished and
lunch and Mr. Fawkes
Our clink instructor Is he had the support of the other
guests was very largely attended.On Garth Wright sat on the front Mrs. Louise B. Riley. four commissioners, and he will
Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday joint sessionsof porch until be returned. As they We were happy to have withUs not resign.Last .
the House of Bishops and House of Deputies were held had not made appointment the Jimmy Wicker of the Royal
at the Deauville Hotel. Acting Governor refused to see Beauty Supply. week the Episcopal
them but made: arrangements to We invite any and all beau. Church Workshop meeting at St.
On Monday Gov. LeRoy Collins spoke before the
see them the next day, when
ticians to showed picturesof
and Church
come bring a sub- Agnes
House of Bishops. Among other things he said: tFawftes+ presented a petition ject, that we may help thrash a proposed memorial chapelto
. ,. "the people of tfhe nation are 'calling anxiously asking for adult sufferage better out any problem you may have. the late Rt. Rev. Thomas D.
for new ideas' for resolving the conflict Those ideas 'will labor laws, better schools and a Our next meeting will be held Demby. The chacel will be an
not come from the extremists on either side court of appeal. Oct 21 at the Liberty Beauty addition to St. Matthew's Church

"I think the most tragic aspect of our national racial Andrea Frances, 2, son of Mr. Salon. A 6507 NW 15th ave at 8p.m. Wilmington, Delaware served., where It
small fee will be the bishop had once
dilemma is the lack of effort to find a constructive way and Mrs. Clarkson Francis of Ft. ed. charg- will cost $9,000.
out of the darkness"Tuesday Fincaslle, was the winner of a

the Rt. Bev. Henry I. Louttit D.D., Bishopof College Hillman car Fair raffled on St. 30.John's L.

South Florida, and the convention host, also Mayor Douglas of Chapel Street won a BRAND NEW
Kenneth Oka of Miami Beach welcomed the convention. bicycle and Margaret Cunning
Other speakers included the Bt Bev. Richard Enrich ham a radio.

the Rt. Rev Walter Gray Dept of Christian Edu- $995 Cash $90 MonthCBS
Mr. and Mrs. Clement May-
cation, the Rev. William Wright director of the Home from
Department and the Bev. Tollie Caution, Di)., executive Ghana nard returned West Africa recently visit. The a 3bedroom. Huge closet, tile bath, glass shower

secretary of the Division of Racial Minorities including trip was the outcome of a sales
Negroes, Indians, Puerto Ricans and Orientals.Dr. contest sponsored by the British door, Venetian blinds throughout

Caution told of the great need for dealing with Overseas which Mrs.Airways Mayaard Corporation won a trip in Mrs. Lakatos NE 3-2696

the Church's ministry to racial minorities and the work to any country served by that

four Negro colleges were doing under financial pressure airline. She was accompanied by GREAT SOUTHERN CO.
Among resolutions before the House of Bishops are her husband.

one asking for full integration of all racial groups into The Uaynards had audience
the "total society of our land;" one from South Florida with Prime Minister Kwame
regarding scholarship aid to theological students; and Nkrumah. met his Chief Adviser,
George Padmore, noted writer, St.
one relating to Holy Matrimony. who arranged the details for Agnes' Episcopal
South Carolina submitted a resolution declaring that their visit and were bvorably
the Supreme Court is a body without any spiritual or ecclesiastical Impressed with developments of
authority, so that its opinion on the questionof the country. ChurchAngloCatholic
what is and what is not in accordance with the will of
Ronald Cox. of Eneas Corner.
God has no validity. drowned while swimming at the ( )
The House of Deputies also received a resolution Western Esplanade on Oct. 1. He
favoring integration from the Virginia Southwest Vir- was a tailor, and is survived bya 1750 N.W. Third AvenueThe
ginia and Southern Diocese favoring- integration.One wife to whom he was married
of the highlights of the convention was the Cor- two months.On .
the Church and tie Ven. John E. Culmer, LL.D., Rector
porate Communion of the Women of Sept 30, Dr. high Springer. -
presentation of the United Thank Offering at the Exhibition QBE* and Mrs. Springer stop SUNDAY MASSES-Low, 7&30 *,m. & 9:00 um.
Hall on Friday.morning. ped .t Nassau on Oct. "on-tbeU . .
The exhibits at the Deauville Hotel and the Fontain way to J Jamaica where he resumed SOLEMN MICH"MASS,'Procession and* -*-

bleau are worthwhile-seeing. No churchman should miss the University his office of as the Registrar West In-of Sermon, 10:45 a.m.

seeing them. They are open to the public dies. The couple' spent the' put GUEST PREACHER-Th* Ven. A. Edward
Next Tuesday, Oct. 14 at 7 p.m. a dinner honoring month in the United States, Saunders, D.D.
will be at the Exhibition Canada and England, where ,Dr.
Bishop and Mrs. Shcrill given Archdeacon of Brooklyn, Dioces of Long Island, NY
Ha1L The entire Episcopal Church family will be there, Springer was engaged. in impor-
the Deauville tant matters for the Federationof PRESIDING-The Right Reverend D. Win,
but you must have your ticket Get them at the West Indies. John
or the Fontainebleau. D.D., LL.D.

; Eight bishops including the Rt. Rev. Henry L Lout- The Rev. E. R Ferguson, pop Retired Bishop of the Diocese of South Florida

tit D.D., bishop of South Florida, have been nominated ular pastor of Beulah Baptist HONOR BISHOP
tor' succeed Presiding Bishop Henry Knox Sherrill, who 2iurch Nassau, last Coconut' Grove, visited BY YOUR PRESENCEThe
weekend and per-
retires next month. formed the home-warming Public is Always InvitedPACE.
ceremony -
The" results the nomination will be made known
; of on of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. -


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Real Estate


Brokers T I Northwestern, annual' International Allied,M

OrganizeMrs. ___ Youth Conference at Buck Hill ''I;i
Allied Youth ?, Falls, Pa. During that conference+ J:
teenager leaders from the United \
Allied Youth is the alcohol States and Canada will find out
Chi Eta Phi News __ education and personality development -' the latest facts on what happens
program for teenagers when alcohol and adolescents '
Sorors of Nu Chapter opened of the atomic axe. Today's youngsters mix. Pleasd support the activities -
their fall meeting with new enthusiasm demand the facts so that sponsored by Allied Youthof
and are anxious to fulfill they can reach their own de- this area so that they make
plans for the coming year. visions. Help,, Allied Youth to this trip to Buck Hill, Falls,
Y f yp The basileus Soror Juanita
bF give the teenagers in your community -
Mann and Soror Grace Higgs returned the facts they ask for. Mary V Davis, sponsor
ttI from the American Nurses \\SS S5' November 13 through 16 is the Allied Youth Post 366
Convention held in Atlantic City <***'
I yN with much information on the
newer trends in nursing
Sorer) Thelma Anderson,
Thelma Jones. Dorothy Martin In Fine Whiskey
and Louise Ship attendeed the
University of North Carolina's

summer sesrion at Chapel Hill. '.. ....
.... ,1. : 'FLEISCHMANlN'Si
On Sunday, Oct. 12 sorors of
Nu Chapter' will worship at
Ebenezer Methodist Church and dramatic/ i
a closed service will be held at neglecud/ yo g wife of "Cat on a .
i the home of Soror Edythe Braggsin Hot Tin Roof." MOM rftmfwtton/ c/ IS THE
t ta
observance of Founders' Day, the Tennessee Williams Pulitter/ Prije-
Paul Newman enacts
winning play.
Ora D. Taylor pre,fden Oct. 16.The Ian huibaml. with other $Mrrh roiei
of the Miami Negro Real Estate chapter is launching its blamed by Burl leer, Jack Carton andJnh \
Brokers' Association was acting scholarship drive on Sunday, ) AnJtrlon.WHITE .
Oct. 19 with a tea on the lawnof
chairman at a meeting of the BUY
association in the Flamingo the Range Funeral Home. .
Room of the Sir John Hotel on Charles L. Williams, principal of MIAMI &( tcil
Sept. 27. In attendance were : Booker T. Washington High will STUDENT AT
brokers from Dade Broward- and be guest speaker. The public is l
Palm Beach counties. invited. MEHARRYEightytwo
Mrs. Taylor: read a letter from Chi Eta Phi Sorority Is organizing -
D. N. Harris, president of the a chapter in Jacksonville, yea r old Meharry f' ,
National Real Estate Brokers on Oct. 11, Soror Grace Higgs, Medical College in Nashville,
Association. After some remarks dean of pledgees of Nu Chapterwill Tenn., has for the first time in
a motion by W. A. Evans, sec- assist the National Organ- its history, enrolled two White
izer, Soror Zoella]] Baker of Phil- .
onded i>y P. L. Tillman was regular students. ""
unanimously carried to organize adelphia, in setting up the chapter Without any publicity they ,
a division of the Real Estate were enrolled last year and are
Brokers and Associates. The Juanita Mann, basileus back for the second term on the
name chosen 'by the group Is thTriCounty W. Parker, reporterHallowe' campus.
Real Estate Broker The men are Ralph S. I Association. en man of Philadelphia a student
Officers elected are Mrs. OraD. of medicine, and Albert L. Gore-
Taylor, president. Richmond Costume Roundup man of Miami, a former New 1
Heights: J. A. Summons, vice Hollowe'en]] can be a good timeif Yorker, who is studying dentis
president: Coconut Grove; Pres- you go to the Hallowe'en Cos- I
ton L. Tillman, secretary, West tume Round-up sponsored by the try.Meharry has the reputation of
Palm Beach; Leroy C. Mizell, Daughter Elks of Greater Miami Having graduated more than half
treasurer, Ft. Lauderdale; Percy Temple No. 769. This affair is tobe of the Negro physicians and den-
Lee Ressee, public relation, For held at the Harlem Square tists now practicing in the U. S.
Lauderdale; Waymon A. Evans, Ballroom, Friday night, Oct. 24. "That Is the purpose for which wntsssrp ,, I
director membership, Miami.A Tickets can be secured from Meharry was established, and I I
committee comprising John any of the Temple Daughters. For think it will continue on that sow ( I
Reese, Preston Tillman and J. reservation upstairs. Dt. Olivia basis for a long time to come," 90 PROOF
A. Summons was appointed to Rogers, FR 1-17131; Dt. Hester declared President H. D. West In lttl
draw up a proposed constitutionand Rivers, NE 5-2705; upstairs, Dt. an Interview with a representative ..1 ,,i1Py
by-laws for the organization. Gertrude Saunders, FR 9-2971 of Southern School News. '
is !
Daughters are urged to put Dr. West further pointed out ,
The meeting was preceded witha forth great effort to make this a that Meharry never had any for- Ir I'I
luncheon.The I very successful afHair mal rule agalnit t White students '!If
October meeting will be We are very happy that Dt. Before 1957, no White aplicantsmet Only Fleischmann's has more Proof-90 Proof as compared ,
held at the G. W, Carver iHotel Rosa Brady and Dt. Estella]] I entrance qualifications gnd with all other leading blends. They are only 86 Proof .' d
In November the group will meetIn Brown are at home and are doIng he expects few acceptable applications Fleischmann's 90 Proomuw more flavor-more enjoymentmore
West Palm Beach and in December nicely. Daughters, ,iplease visit in the "foreseeable fu satisfaction..And-Fleischmann's surprising mildness ,,\-
in Ft. Lauderdale. your sick and send get-well ture." and exceptional smoothness tell you that you're getting .- .
cards. the highest quality in every bottle.That's why Fleischmann's t
offers you so much more than any whiskey

Coiffure Revue Tea Memorial to Bargain Beautiful ,

Residence Camp scholarships Large corner lot. City water,,
Coiffure Revue Tea being. have been provided for ten large trees, real cool 3-bed-
sponsored by the Miami Beau- needy and worthy, youngsters in rooms.. Carporte, separate living r
tician's Unit No. 7 Sunday, Oct. memory of the late Rev. JamesE. room, dining room, kitchen, utility -
12 at Longshoreman Hall, 816 Coleman: b an anonymous room. Use your lot as a down IDIFFERENT
payment. 2395 NW 68t St. UNIQUE
NW 2nd ave., Is an annual event. donor.
This year, the chairman and cochairman Rev Coleman was concernedwith BARON '
Mordames Chrlstalee the development of Christian JE 8-1340 Open 3-5 p.m. r
Coocr and Ella Moncur are, personalities and a Christian II---- -- -I 'j
f lann ing a Coiffure Extravaganza. Society during his many jean!
With the training and experience I of service to South Florida. Bee- GLOWS IN THE DARK
of these ladles they plana cause of this, camp; scholarshipshave Blanche
most interesting and uniue been provided as a memo LUMINOUS PICTURESA
show for the guests. rial to him.Organizations.
Some of Miami's best known and Individuals TREASURED POSSESSIONA
models; are to appear; They will interested in sharing in this
wear the latest in coiffure creations memorial are requested to contact Calloway CHERISHED GIFT
and what the well dressed the G. W. Carver Branch
matron Miss, or debutante will YMCA 340 NW 13th St., FR Hand Painted in Beautiful Colors
be wearing In fall attire. -7829.. PROUDLY PRESENTSA
Tho-e to appear in the show G. W. Carver Branch YMCA 8 x 10 Religious Subjects, FramedThe t

are Miss Sorletha Brooks, Carrie 340 NW 13th Street Way of The Cross The Crucifixion
Jenkins and Mary Johnson, Mesdames -
Evelyn Thomas, Louise September 29, 1958 Sacred Heart of Mary Sacred Heart of Jesus 1
I Mrs. A. Al. Coleman
Fincher, Pinkie Lowe, Ann Lind- OS7 NW 6th Court SEASON SHOWI Christ Walking on Water Christ on Mt. Olive
sey, Dollie Hawkins. Mildred Miami 36, Florida I Christ on Gethsemane Mater Delorosa
Hodge, Mary Smith, Alma Halll. My dear Mrs. Coleman: I Head of Christ St. Joseph
way, Mrs. Lillie Mae horn, Mrs. AT THE '
Betty Alfred and Mrs. Juanita The George Washington Car- i The Lord is My Shepherd 'i
ver Branch YMCA of Greater

Stafford.Appearing between scenes for MiamI has agreed to accept a 6x8 Children's Subjects, Framed r(
Memorial in honor of late
a delightful treat Is the Famous usband. your JIM The Cow Jumped Over The Moon ,

The Rev James E. Coleman. Mary Had a Little Lamb Little Boy Blue \

Knowing of your husband's Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary i.- Little Jack Homer ,
Thanks great concern for the develop- Humpty Dumpty Keep Watch, Oh Lord
Many . ment of Christian personality and
Jack Be Jack Be Quick
a Christian Society, the given JAMCLUB Nimble '
and the YMCA have decided that The Lord is my ShepherdINTRODUCTORY
I wish to -thank all of mJ'friends
over a period of three years a
for their support in Residence Camp scholarship be PRICE
provided for needy and worthy .:
a '
the recent election.DR. boy In honor of Rev. Coleman. 8 x 10 Subjects . . $1.00 ea., post paid ,

an This anonymous Fund Gift provided bj 1900 N.W. 75th St. 6x8 Subjects , . $1.00 ea., post paid''' ;

E. A. WARD Moses L. Perry Phone PL 9-8651 L.
;executive Secretary Enclose Full Amount Save C. 0 D. Fee
Dade County Executive Money Order to N. B. S."r
Committeeman, District 19 entertainer, George KIm Mr. TABLES FREE P.O. BOX 52-548 BISCAYNE ANNEX MIAMI, FLA.TriCounty \

Kirby is currently seen at the
Deauville Hotel. Miami Beach. 1 I --

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PAGE 4 SATURDAY OCTOBER 1958 Saturday. The nominees are : .. .. .::;;:
/ 11. Texas the Rt. JUST BROWSIN'
The Rt. Rev. Everett: E. Jones, of, Wes ;- ,
Rev S. Kennedy of Honolulu, T.n.; The Rt. Rev. By PAUl R. HENRYilltltl
Arthur Harry Curl UChenberger: of Missouri' the Rt. Rev. Richard ........." ......"'" '

E. 'Emrich of Michigan, the Rt' Rev. Oliver J. Hart of Dade and Palm Beach countlei
Pennsylvania, the Rt. Rev. Stephen F. Bayne Jr. of Olympia Florida School Board Associa

Wash., the, Rt. Rey C. Powell of Maryland.This tion will a'.1the: state to help
a-n Integrated convention. It was the pay the legal cost of defending
segregation in Florida
South and schools.
TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ELLIS first meeting of this convention in the Deep How does that one appeal;: to
The Times Art And We Are With Them" it in South Florida,'and especially ?
Changed Changed
pleased I that was you
-..-.---.. - ..---. ..-.- -_.- we are of Miami Beach.In .
at the well known convention city
Office' at 1112 N.W Third Avenue, Miami, Florida-Phone FR 3-2236 this, there were no embarassments, everybody The NAACP and the Federal
,. Plant at 6740 N.W. 16th Avenue-Phone PL 4.6128 city Government
.-----. ... ...-.. --' -------. I treated everybody else like they were just human beings, re-open schools are in on Arkansas the move and to

Entered aa Second Claw Matter, August 9, 1927, at the Poet Office at and Virginia. The government fileda
Miami, Florida, under the pct of March 8, 1876H. MiamPBeach hotels received guests as they came 'brief as a friend of the court
without regard to color. Wouldn't it be a, nice thing if
E. 8IQI8MUND REEVES, Editor for the Atty. General William P.
the! pattern set by Miami Beach became a pattern Rog.
GARTH C. REEVES, Associate Editor and Business Manager ers declares that efforts in some
whole South? Southern States to resist and
Member of the National Newspaper Publisher Association
evade the Supreme Court's ruling
Member of the Associated Negro Press THE ROMAN CHURCHThe on desegregation orders "lead

Roman Catholic Church on Tuesday establisheda but tortuously to a dead end."
He to the
appealed "all
ONE YEAR $4.00 SIX MONTHS $2.150' THREE MONTHS $1.50 new Diocese of Miami. citizens" to "take responsible

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" The installation of the Most Rev. Coleman F. Carroll]] stand on the side of the law.their"

THE NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the world as head of the new Diocese was held at a Pontifical Massin
from racial and national I antaglonlsms when It accords to every man the new St. Mary's Church erected at a cost of $2,000- On Wednesday afternoon the
regardless of race, color or creed, his human and legal rights. Hatingno 000. This church is now the Cathedral. There were 27 Rt. Rev. C. Alfred Voegeli of
man, fearing no man-the Negro Press strives to help every man at the service. Haiti was presented a 20-foot
'In firm belief that all bishops present outboard motor :boat to help him
the men are hurt as long as anyone Is held back.
The new diocese has a total of 13 parishes and about with his missionary: work. The
140,000 Catholics in South Florida. boat was given !by the children
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK of the Dallas diocese in Texas.
Pope Pius XII died at the advanced age of 82 yearson what seems almost impossible.
.This Is a 'history-making week in Dade County. More Wednesday night. The Pope had not been in the best The Milwaukee Braves had three

important still, is the fact that history is being made in of health for some time, so that his death, while mournedby games to their credit, but could
the religious world. not get that fourth, The Yanks
millions the world over, was not altogether unexpected.
On Sunday night, October 5, the 59th Triennial Con- Pope Pius was called "The Pope of Peace" He had. did.

vention, the highest body of the Episcopal Church, convened reigned for 19 years.InAround. The churches of greater Miami

at the new, commodious Exhibition Hall on Miami -....-.-........-...............-..............--...........--.. and some civic organizationshave
Beach, at a service with more than 15,000 souls in atten- another campaign going
dance. fpr closing all non-essential businesses
'The huge procession of acolytes, clergymen, depu- The Bahamas on Sundays.'
ties,;'and bishops was a marvelous sight as they marched The United Fund Drive is on.
to the strains the __ A, H. McKENZIE Everybody who can should sub-
of powerful organ furnished by the Conn I By scribe to this fund.

Organ: Corporation of Elkhart. .Indiana, singing "Onward MNMNNNNNNNNNNNNMNNNNNNNNNNNINMNNNNNNNThe
Chnstian' tsoimers" and "I Bind Unto Myself Today." Those Miamians 'who missed

The Presiding Bishop, ;the Rt. Rev. Henry K. Sher- who Is case charged of Randol with seditious Fawkes, I Mrs.Bowe.I. G He Pratt was who accomranied was mistress by I hearing Dr. Luther Foster Institue, presI-and

rill, DD., S.T.D.,. LL.D., delivered a powerful opening utterances, was deferred at the of ceremony for the occasion I Lester dent of Granger Tuskegee, executive of the
message. opening of the Supreme Court on Sunday afternoon. National Urban League last week,
The massed integrated choirs under the direction of Oct. 1, to allow him to confer missed hearing two great speeches -

the Rev. Ralph A. Harris, D. Mus., University of Miami, with his. counsel.On I Liberty BeauticiansHold ,
rendered enjoyable music. Sept. 25 when Mr. Fawkes I
was committed for trial in the I ClinicOn did
Mayor Robert King High
The altar, erected especially for this octaasion, was Supreme Court ,by the Magis- Oct. 7, Liberty' Professional not approve City Manager E. A.
bedecked with beautiful roses, a sight longto! be remembered trate's Court, a large number of Beauticians held a clinical Evans spending the city's fundsin
his followers took him on their
meeting which was very success- an effort to pass' the autonomy
On Monday_ evening ,the official reception to meet shoulders to Government House. ful. It consisted of beautiful amendment. He thinks
the Presiding Bishop and Mrs. Sherrill and other distinguished The lunch Acting and Governor Mr. Fawkes had goneto and hair styling, hair-cutting and Evans should resign. Evans says
coloring: Our clinic Instructor Is he had the support of the other
guests was attended.On
very largely Garth sat the front
Wright on
Mrs. Louise B, Riley. four commissioners, and he will
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday joint sessionsof porch until he returned. As they We were happy to have withUs not resign.
the House of Bishops and House of Deputies were held had not made appointment the Jimmy Wicker of the Royal
at the Deauville Hotel. Acting Governor refused to see Beauty Supply.We Last week the Episcopal
On Monday them, but made arrangements to invite and all beau. Church Workshop meeting at St.
Gov. LeRoy Collins spoke before the see them the next day, when any
House of Bishops. Among'other things he said : Fa'wfoes( presented a petition ticians to come and bring a subject Agnes Church showed picturesof

. . "the people of ,the nation are 'calling anxiously asking' for adult sufferage better out that we may help thrash a proposed memorial Thomas chapelto D.
any problem the late Rt. Rev.
for new ideas' for resolving the conflict. Those ideas 'will l labor laws, better schools and a
Our next meeting will be held Demby. The chai'; . not come from the extremists on either side.' court of appeal. Oct. 21 at the Liberty Beauty addition to St. Matthew's Church

"I think the most tragic aspect of 'our national racial Andrea Francis, 2, son of Mr. Salon 6507 NW 15th ave. at 8 i Wilmington, Delaware, where
dilemma is the lack of effort to find a constructive way and Mrs. Clarkson Francis of Ft. I ed.p.m. A small fee will be charg the bishop had once served. It
out of the darkness." Finca&tlewas the winner of a will cost $9,000.
the Rt.'Rev. Louttit Hillman car raffled at St. John's .
Tuesday, Henry I. D.D., Bishop
College 'Fair on Sept. 30. L.
of. South Florida, and the convention host, also Mayor. Douglas of Chapel Street won a BRAND NEW
Kenneth Oka of Miami Bealoh, welcomed the convention. bicycle and Margaret Cunningham
Other speakers included the Rt. Rev. Richard En-' a radio.

rich, the Rt. Rev. Walter Gray, Dept. of Christian Edu- $995 Cash $90 MonthCBS
cation the Rev. William Mr. and Mrs. Clement May- -
Wright, director of the Home
Department and the Rey. Tollie Caution, D.D., executive Ghana nard returned, West Africa recently visit.from The a 3bedroom. Huge closet, tile bath, glass shower

secretary of ,the Division of Racial Minorities includ- trip was the outcome of a sales
ing Negroes, Indians, Puerto Ricans and Orientals.Dr. contest sponsored by the British door, Venetian blinds throughout

Caution ,told of the great need for dealing with Overseas Airways Corporation in .
which Mrs. Mrs. Lakatos 3-2696
Maynard won a tripto NE
the Church's ministry to racial minorities, and .the work served
any country by that
four Negro colleges were doing under financial pressure. airline. She was accompanied by GREAT SOUTHERN CO..
Among resolutions before the House of Bishops are her husband.

one asking for full integration of all racial groups into The Maynards had audience
the "total society of our land ;" one from South Florida with Prime Minister Kwame
regarding scholarship aid to theological students; and Nkrumah met his Chief Adviser,

one relating to Holy, Matrimony. who George arranged Padmore,the noted details writer for, St. Agnes' Episcopal

South Carolina submitted a resolution declaring that their visit and were favorably
the Supreme Court is a body without Any spiritual or ecclesiastical impressed with developments of
authority' so that its opinion on .the questionof the country. ChurchAngloCatholic
what, is and what is not in accordance with the will of
God has no validity." Ronald Cox, of Eneas Corner
drowned while swimming at the
The House of Deputies also received a resolution Western Esplanade on Oct. 1. He )

favoring integration from the' Virginia, Southwest Vir- was a tailor, and is survived bya 1750 N.W. Third AvenueThe
ginia and Southern' Diocese favoring integration.One wife to whom he was married
convention ,the Cor- two months.On .
of the highlights of the was

porate Communion of the Women of the Ohurch and the Sept. 30, Dr. H\igh Springer Yen. John E. Culmer, LLD., Rector

presentation of the United Thank Offering at the Exhibition QBE* and Mrs. Springer stopped - SUNDAY MASSES-Low, 7:30 a.m. & 9:00 a.m.

Hall on Fridaymorning.. et Nassau on Oct. 1* heir .. .
The exhibits at the Deauville Hotel and the Fontain. way to Jamaica, where he resumed SOLEMN HIGH'MASS,'Procession"'amT *"".""

bleau are worth while-seeing. No, churchman should miss the his .office as' Registrar of Sermon, 10:45 a.m.
seeing .them. They are open to thft publicNext' University of the West In
dies. The couple GUEST
spent the'pas' PREACHER-The
: Tuesday, Oct. 14, at. 7 .a dinner honoring' month in the 'United States, Saunders D.D.Ven.. A.. Edward
Bishop and Mrs. Sherill will be 'given at the Exhibition Canada and England where Dr. Archdeacon of ,
HalL ,The entire Episcopal ,Church family will be there, Springer was engaged in impor- Brooklyn, Diocese of Long Island,

but you must have your ticket. Get them at the Deauvilleor tant the matters West Indies for the Federationof PRESIDING-The 'Right Reverend John D. Wing,
the ,Fontainebleau. .' D.D., LLD.

? Eight bishops, including the Rt. Rev. Henry I. Lout- The Rev. E. R. Ferguson, pop Retired Bishop of the Diocese of South FloridaHONOR
tit D.D., bishop of South Florida, have been nominated Church sto onut Beulah Baptist
fort succeed Presiding Bishop Henry Knox Sherrill, who Grove, visited BISHOP WING BY YOUR PRESENCEThe
retires next month. Nassau last weekend and per

? The1' results of the nomination will be made known on mony formed of the Mr.bouje-warming and Mrs. W.cere-P. Public is Always Invited -

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" 1/ 1 a
Tri -Counly Real Estate
; SATURDAY OCTOBER 11, 1958. ? ,PAGE 5 I
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; Brokers Organize Northwestern annual International. Allied I I

i Youth Conference at Buck Hill
Allied Youth >J, Falls Pat During that conference
teenager leaders from the United
i t.s w +rY Allied Youth is alcohol
States and Canada will find out
Chi Eta Phi News education and personality development the latest' facts on what happens
program for teenagersof when alcohol and adolescents
Sorors of Nu Chapter opened the atomic age. Today's youngsters mix. Pleasd support the activities -
their fall
meeting with new enthusiasm demand the facts so that sponsored by Allied Youthof
and are anxious to fulfill they can reach their own de-
this that
area so they make
plans for the coming year. visions. Help Allied. Youth to this trip to Buck mil Falls,
The basileus, Soror Juanita
give the teenagers In your com
Mann end Soror Grace Higgs returned munity the facts they ask for, Mary V. Davis, sponsor
from the American Nurses November 13 through 16 is the Allied Youth Post 366
Convention held in Atlantic City ..'
with much information on the
newer trends in nursing.

Thelma SororThelma Jones Dorothy Anderson Martin, In fine WhiskeyELEISCHMAWS; 4

and Louise Shjp* attendeed the
University of North. Carolina's
summer session at Chapel Hill.
On Sunday, Oct. 12 sorors of """I_"' "Ji1x..m'JI.-' -

Nu Chapter will worship at Elizabeth Taylor f plant l her" most dramatic r
Ebenezer Methodist Church anda and emotional role at the i
coed: service will be held at neglected yo t ,"/, of "Cat on fl H
the home of Soror Edythe Braggsin Hot Tin Roof,* MOM imitation c/
-----.. observance of Founders' Day, the Tennessee Williams Pulitzer/ Prije-: IS THE d
Paul Newman enacts
wi" '
Oct. 16.The .
Mrs. Ora D Taylor president her husband, with! other starring mitt
of the Miami Negro Real Estate chapter is launching its played by Burl lies, Jack; Carson and
Brokers' Association, was acting scholarship drive on Sunday, Judith Anderson
chairman at a meeting of the Oct 19 with a tea on the lawnof BUY1
the Range Funeral Home. .
association in the Flamingo
Room of the Sir John Hotel on Charles L. Williams, principal of WHITE MIAMI ,
Sept 27 In attendance were Booker T. Washington High will STUDENT AT
brokers from Dade, Broward and be guest speaker. The public is Iuii ,
Palm Beach counties. invited. MEHARRYEightytwo
Mrs. Taylor read a letter from Chi Eta Phi Sorority I U organizing I
D. N. Harris, pre ident of the a chapter in Jacksonville, yea r old Meharry _t _1rtr
National Real Estate Brokers on Oct 11, Soror Grace Higgs, Medical College in Nashville, i
Association. After some remarksa dean of pledgees of Nu Chapter Tenn., has for the first time in I
motion by W A. Evans, sec- will assist the National Organizer its history, enrolled two White
onded ,toy P. L Tillman was Soror Zoella Baker'of Philadelphia regular students.
unanimously carried to organize: in setting up the chapter Without any ,publicity they
a division of the Real Estate were enrolled last year and are
Brokers and Associates. The Juanita Mann, basileus back for the second term on the : _
name chosen 'by the group is the W. Parker, reporterHallowe' campus r e v
Tri-County Real Estate Brokers /The men are Ralph S. I ach- ,'
Arso iaUon. en man ,of Philadelphia, a stufcnl M ,
Officers elected are Mrs. Ora Costume of medicine, and Albert L, Gore- w
D. Taylor, president Richmond Roundup man of Miami, a former New
Heights; J. A. Summons, vice Hollowe'en can be a good time Yorker, who is studying dentis *'
president. Coconut Grove; Preston if you go to the Hallowe'en Costume to racer 1 ybs
L. Tillman, secretary, West Round-up sponsored by the try.Meharry has the reputation of,
Palm Beach; Leroy C. Mizell, Daughter Elks of Greater Miami having graduated more than half .
treasurer, Ft Lauderdale; Percy Temple No. 769. This affair is to of the Negro physicians and dentists .
Lee Ressee, public relation, Fort be held at the Harlem Square now practicing in the U, S.
Lauderdale; Waymon A. Evans, Ballroom, Friday night: Oct. 24. "That is the purpose for which ILINale WNlIerentu ;
director membership, Miami.A Tickets can be secured from Meharry was established, and 'I i
committee comprising John any of the Temple Daughters, For think it will continue on that Yt I I
Reese, Preston Tillman and J. reservation upstairs, Dt. Olivia basis for a long! time to come," 90 PROOF : r
A. Summons, was appointed to Rogers, FR H7131; Dt. Hester declared President H. D. West in ,, '
draw up a proposed constitutionand Rivers, NE 5-2705; upstairs, Dt. an interview wdth a representative '
by-laws for the organization. Gertrude Saunders, FR 9-2971 of Southern School News
Daughters are urged to put Dr West further pointed out is WHYI'J! : :
The meeting was preceded with forth great effort to make this a that Meharry never had any for-
a luncheon. very successful affair. mal rule against White students. ,I
The October meeting will be We are very happy that Dt. Before 1957, no White applicants Only Fleischmann's has more Proof-90 Proof-u compared
held at the G. W Carver Hotel Rosa Brady and Dt. Estella met entrance qualifications and with alt other leading blends. They are only 86 Proof. ,I d
In November the group will meetin Brown are at home and are doing he expects few acceptable applications (- Fleischmann's Proof means more flavor-more enjoymentmore
West Palm Beach and in December nicely. Daughters, release visit in the "foreseeable fu: satisfaction.'And-Fleischmann's surpriiing mildness ,'
in Ft. Lauderdale. your sick and send get-well ture." and exceptional smoothness tell you that you're getting ,"
cards. the highest quality in every bottle.That's why Fleischmann's '1
offers you so much more than any whiskey
Coiffure Revue Tea I Memorial to Bargain Beautiful .

lot. water,
Residence Camp scholarships Large corner City
The Coiffure Revue Tea being have been provided for ten large trees, real cool 3-bed-
sponsored by the Miami Beau- needy. and worthy, youngsters in rooms. Carporte, separate llvini,:
tician's Unit No. 7 Sunday, Oct memory of the late Rev James room, dining room, kitchen,' utility r
12 at Longshoreman Hall, 816 E. Coleman: b an anonymous room. Use your lot as a down
NW 2nd ave., Is an annual event. donor. payment. 239 NW 68t St." UNIQUE !
This year, the chairman and co- Rev. Coleman was concernedwith BARON
chairman, Mo'dames Chrlstalee the development of Chris JE 8.1340 Open 3-5 pm.Blanche DIFFERENT 'r 'r
Cooer Ella Moncur ate tian
and personalities and a Christian tlttR Clann ing a Coiffure Extravaganza : Society during his many jars
With the training and experience of service to South Florida Bee- GLOWS IN THE DARK *
of these ladies they /plan cause of this, camp scholarshipshave s
a most interesting and unlue I been provided as a memo LUMINOUS PICTURESA
show for the guests. rial to him.Organizations.
Some of Miami's best known and individuals
models are to appear: They will 'interested in sharing in this
wear the latest in coiffure creations memorial are requested to contact CallowayPROUDLY CHERISHED GIFT
and what the well dressed the G. W. Carver Branch
matron, Miss, or debutante will YMCA 340 NW 13th St., FR Hand Painted In Beautiful Colors
be wearing in fall attire. 47829. PRESENTSA
Tho-e to appear in the show G. W Carver Branch YMCA : 8 x 10 Religious Subjects, Framed l
are !Miss Sorletha Brooks, Carrie 340 NW 13th Street I The Crucifixion
The Way of Crow
Jenkins and Mary Johnson, Mesdames NEW FALL I
Evelyn ,Thomas, Louise Mr. A. M. Coleman September 29, 1958 Sacred Heart of Mary Sacred Heart of Jesus I
Fincher, Pinkie Lowe, Ann LJndsey 2067 NW 6th Court SEASON SHOWAT Christ Walking' on Water Christ on Mt. Olive
Dollle Hawkins, Mildred Miami 36, Florida Christ on Gethsemane Mater Delorosa 1
Hodges, Mary Smith, Alma Halll. My dear Mrs. Coleman: Head of Christ St. Joseph "'
Mrs. Lillle Mae Isom, Mrs. I
way The George Washington Carver THE .
Betty Alfred and Mrs Juanita The Lord is My Shepherd .,
Branch YMCA of Greater I:
Stafford. Miami! has agreed to accept a 6x8 Children's Subjects Framed :
Appearing between scenes for Memorial in honor of late ;s
a delightful treat is the Famous, husband. your JIMJAM The Cow Jumped Over The Moon I

lit The Rev James E. Coleman. Mary Had a Little ,Lamb Little Boy 'Blue

Knowing of your husband's Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary i.- Little Jack Horner

Many Thanks . great of concern Christian for personality the development anda : Humpty' Dumpty Keep Watch, Oh Lord I
i iI
Christian Society, the givers I Jack Be Nimble, Jack Be Quick
and the YMCA have decided that The Lord is my SfiepherdINTRODUCTORY a'
I wish to thank all of my
over a period of three years a
friends for their support In Residence Camp scholarship be PRICE>> F
provided for a needy and worthy CLUB
the recent election. boy in honor of Rev. Coleman. 8 x 10 Subjects . . $1.00 ea., post paid

an This anonymous)Fund Gift provided fay 1900 N.W. 75th St 6x8 Subjects . , $1.00 ea., post paid

E. A. WARD Phone PL 94651
DR. Moses L. Perry : It
Executive Executive Secretaryentertainer ""* Enclose Full Amount Save C. 0 D. FewMoney ,,/ :n
Dade County Order to N. B, S. ,.

CommitteemAn, District 19 George Kirtoy. Mr. TABLES FREE P.O. BOX **$* .. E ,
Kirby is currently sees at She ,
Deaurille Hotel Miami Beach. I

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PAGE 6 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1958 Hold First MeetingThe To Have All sorts of eats on the (ground all
D day. From barbecue ribs, baked
Day ProgramOn ham to lemonade and peanuts,
---- _.... Sigma Shadows and aux- The public is asked to come and
; .';;, :,,;'!r ::0: iliary group of wives and sweet- the second Sunday in October stay all day. At 6 pan the Gospel
I' 1" '<';;\w-1 hearts of Rho Sigma Chapter of ((12th) beginning at 9 a.m. hour begins with the sensa-

..j the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternoty, to 9p .m. the international Free tional Humming Birds leading,
: "
held its first meeting of the sea-
J and Accepted Modern Masons et everyone join us In a
; i' rousing
:) , at the home of Mrs. W. A.
1 . -, :' and Eastern Stars and all affiliated foundation laying day at the
.. : Chapman Jr., on Thursday, Sep- lodges are asked to turn Sunshine Convalescent Center
#: 1 tcmbar 11. Plans were made at out In full uniform at the Sun- 2611 NW 67th St right on the
the continuanceof
this meeting shine Convalescent Center grounds.
I. their project of making Children weekly grounds. They will kick off and Worshipful Master Faison is
visits to the
celebrate Foundation Laying chairman of plans.
3 I
Cardiac Hospital for the t
Day for this very needed insti-
t two members have aided I
I. years
c tutic.n. The devotional services at
in the hostltal's annual drive
; 1111 will be led by the Com-
1RIBU "' served as volunteer workers to Y
: munity band, Sister Lillie -
,,. the children in prayer
help many ways I
M. McClauden, president and
and donated articles of clothing
-- where needed. | their minister, will speak. Followed f
LEROY by a second speaker, Rev.
The group decided to sponsor i
C4LU i5N a special project to be announced i Shepherd of Perrine.
: ti1MKNM at a later date for the benefit I', At 3 pm will be chorus hour. i
: of the Cardiac Hospital since it All choirs are invited: At this
:- services all children with heart service all lodge members are to
conditions be in uniform and seated together -
of on an unsegregatedbasis.
; : o w
't.f Mrs. Hartman' Gibson is president All choirs not already contacted

,: ; of the local group. The sec- please call Mr. Faison at
\ ond meeting is scheduled for Sat- . ,. .
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: crday, Sept 27 at the home of
,, Mrs Sidney Cox.World FOR BETTER PICTURES . See

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Rev. W. R. Fairley; founder of that was composed and edited by .IIIIlg: -. .4 ..It1.- -_ .
the Goodwill Crusade, Youth and the Rev. Mr, Goodwill Fairley
Adult Council in Dallas, Texas, whose temporary headquarters at
who has traveled thousands of the time is Tampa. OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOUSEE
miles since last June in the mid : The Governor received the citation
south appealing and passing out and read every word before THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
literature to White and Negro, moving out of his tracks,
showing that the race problem I then congratulated the writer PSYCHIC READER
can be worked out through the smiling and saying, "I only wish
spirit of goodwill, and mutual understanding i that I am able to live up, to such
Pointing out that the choice words that are arranged Qv'pn n
race problem is much like the | so beautiful. With humbleness I
keys on the piano, in that each 1) accept this tribute. I could use
key must be tuned for music and ,I you and I want you to remain
then get the right man' at the I I I here if you have the time and
keyboard. meet the Governor's Committeeon
Rev W. R. Fairley, better' Public Relations

known as Mr. Goodwilj' from Dal- I The Rev. Fairley remained over
las, Texas was received in the until that afternoon and spokefor
State Capital by the Governor, a short time on the subjectof

LeRoy Collins. During the gov- goodwill of the two races .. .'" ;". ,-....."
ernor's busy hours discussingstate working out their problems thru
and local affairs with state the process of goodwill and mu- C. R. ANDERSON I
representatives, Fairley was told tual understanding.
by the governor that it was a It is thought, by many who Consulted by people from all + w
pleasure for him to invite him have seen and read the citationto over the United States and Overseas eLet
Into his office for a short chat the governor, that It will go along Attracted nationwide focus .
on the subject of goodwill and way in cementing goodwill and attention on the "Meet
The Press" TV my years of Experience and
Program on guide Life
Sept protect you through
the great work he was doing for and better race relations everywhere I
all people. 30, 1956. Author of sensational ae a Lighthouse guides the ship In a storm
predictions of
During the Rev. Fairley's visit I Write to Rev. W. R. Fairley, world-shaking
events Written In some of WHEN OTHERS
2925 Thomas Ave. Tex.
with Gov. Collins the governorwas Dallas ,
the and
I leading magazines
presented a framed citation or 1023 Central Ave., Tampa, Fla. Search Magazine newspapers (Feb. For Success in Business And Love

1957)), Hep Magazine (Nov. CONSULT HER _
1956 New York Sunday Mirror You can now have home
Royal 20's Meet at he help and cooperation of all (Sept. 46, 1956), N.Y. National Get Hold your made happy
interested supporters, that It's Enquirer (July 6-12, 1956)) and anc the position you so long wanted
Virginia Beach** goal will be reached. several other newspapers which Don't Stay in the rut get out now

reported on the sensational pre- By the help of God she can help you

The Royal 20's Women's Club dictions proven so amazingly
held its xneetn Sunday afternoonS For Prompt, Efficient accurate during the course of Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in

;,t. 2 at Virginia Beach. It was Service unfolding history troubleIt

our third mating The first was: I, Doc Anderson, say I have
held at Mrs. Thurstonls home, Phone PLaza 4-4909 every reason to believe that will pay you to call and see this Gifted Medium First I

the second at Mrs. Marie Allen's throughout the years I have saved Where thousands come yearly for help and advice you too can;j _
Coconut Grove residence. The RUDY'S TV thousands of marriages fr"mending be touched by this strange mysterious power
business agenda included a Harvest in the Divorce Court,
Tea, to be held Oct. 12 at andRADIO which would have probably resulted WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe

St. Paul AME Church, Coconut REPAIR in any number of broken same God who delivered Moses and the children of Israi f'

Grove, from 4 to 6 p.m. The II homes. of old i I. still alive today and will open a way for you

public is invited. Guaranteed Service I will help you solve! your the troubled seas of life Let not him that Is blind lead you |
The clUib was entertained by problems and show you the road stumble with him. '\
Pick and Deliver you
Mr. and Mrs. Dethune,. whereasa up to happiness and success as I

delightful repast, wall, served 9 a.m. to 10t30 p.m. have done for so many oilers Do you doubt the existence of things because you cannot see
Mrs. Carrie Bryant expresed the I can do any kind of special
club's thanks and it is she who 6801 N.W. 15th Ave. work. Your life analyzed and them
will be the next hostess. your deepest secrets told with- What do you think of the Invisible waves and sounds that make

Climaxing the Royal 20's annual oJ t you saying a word or no Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television possible/ ?

drive is the Harvest Tea Drive charge made. A seed before It sprouts, lies concealed' secret silent 'In the dark
and the club is appealing for Carefully You too order the d
may :>nblel) earth or womb of Nature. THERE 18 AN "UNSEEN POWER"
offer which includes the
v- cient Mezuzah the Therefore acquaint w
beautiful amulet you r-
A cm 'by millions for its self with the one who is an > '
religious significance, containing authority. Whose private
the promise God made to Moses ?
DOR'CHAInc. ''IHcrbed: in Hebrew (Deut. 6 V consultation will evolve you

4-9)), and the Biblical Incense to a higher state of mind.
(Rev. 8-4) containing a blessing 'F
with the suggested prayers All Information is
Psalms; 23 and 112, by sending
Real Estate Rentals $6.CO pus! 6c postage or pay $6 I Strictly ConfidentialOffice
pus; charges to DOC C. R. AN.

DERSON, 302 West Gordon Ave., Hours: 8 1.m.-8 p.m.
-'- Rossville, Georgia $6.00 Is the },
Sunday: 10 son. to 1 p.m. ?, ,

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write me at the above address MADAM HUNTER
or call CAnal 2-9719 for

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a reaonable sense of what is I policies. Even more fundamental, \
really important, as distinguished it Is what has gone wrong with {I
from what Is merely desirable' I I,
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Recently crowned Queen of Willie Green president of the Reeves Young, Patricia Beeman
Booker T, Washington High I Students' Council and presented Charmaine Marks, James Davis,
School, ,Delores Ricks (seated on a key to all of the school's Ac. James Shelley, Peggy Gray, Helen t ;
the throne in the* center) to. tlvltiei by Elliott J. Pleze, ,pres. Mitchell, Henry Plnkney, Glenn ". tI
gether with the ladles of her Ident of the Alumni 'Association.Also Taylor, Wlllli Robinson, (iMartha ,I
cour Including Alumni and students \ishown In the picture are: Alford, ,Henry Jefferson, Peggy
(rand their escorts, all par. left to right, Eleanor Smith (an Howard, Ruth Austin, Haywood I'' '
tlclpated In the coronation ceremonies alumna), Courtney Knowles, Patricia Turner, Joan William (alumna),
held last Thursday morn. Nichols (alumna), Herbert Arthur (Foster, Eunice Mann
Ing a', the school. Ingria ham, Alena Martin, John. : (alumna), land Willie Green. -
The Queen Was crowned by ny Washington, Agnes. Thomp. I photo by Johnson of Miami
son, James Sfrgletary, Henry (

I Legion to Build $250,000 Home

Jacksonville The American .
Legion Post 197, of the Depart- I Foreign car sales have Increased \ .
chcnl r rauN
ment of Florida (Jacksonville) is q
A CAL of 14 times in a few' years.
launch drive to OAR
planning to a They accounted for one half of.
erect a new home at an approx- .
one cent of new car registrations .
imate cost of $250,000. The Fact ; +ti '
ilnd gj in 1954 and now account 'I
as steering committee met 'at the for more than 7 percent.The .
nilman-Pratt Funeral Home,
525 West Beaver St. and heard Opinion w-
suggestions as to procedure in president of American Can
organizing the campaign. Co states that there are more
Joseph M. Argrett Jr., w a i than 4,3CO,000 business enter-
named chairman and Mrs. Er- prises operating in this countryand
ntstine Lewis, co-chairman. Raymond Moley writes in only one in a thousand a- e F
Those present comprised members Newsweek: "Almost anything employs 1,000 people, or more.
of the joint committees of with a money tag had a chanceto
the Post and the Women's Auxiliary pass the Senate preposterous According to the New York
of which' William Morris jerry-built schemes masked Turns, through June of this gy' Chell1eu
_ is Commander and Mrs. Dora B. under dishonest titles and with year the social security system ? I
Wallace is president. Mrs. Van- alleged purposes nobly phrasedbut had collected $57 billion in payroll rtsasave !
illa Morris was elected financial unsupported by reason and taxes and paid out $37 billion r i ic4fnct
secretary Atty ReMord McGriff, need. Someone said that members in benefits. The system origInally Gf/IfiMy 5G ;
finance ;officer; Carl JI| Vaught, l left the scene of their os- covered 26 million, people; ?
tenatious nonsense in a 'troubled now It covers 74 million.In .
the gifts
will head large

committee and tant will; Oscar lead Hillman the business, adJu- the mood.hoodwinked Not half so taxpayer troubled and as Senator Fulbright's view / in uie kl/L.e a4 j/t- toycul ia&k

the thrifty who savings have "We are treating luxuries as necessities -
McGriff, professionals;
groups; been looted by calculated infla- necessities lux-
I, and as
Deacon Fred Lewis, religious lion."
groups; Prof. Wm. B. Langley -
schools; Dr. W. DeVaughn Sweet,
teachers; Dr. J. Irving E. Scott, A group* of University of. Min-
school board; G. L. Flenoid, Ser- nesota researchers, reporting hi
vice groups; Mrs. Wallace, wo.- the Journal of the American
men's 'groups; Nathaniel D. Medical Association, says that
Small, recreational: :groups; Ralph polio. vaccination during pregnancy YOUR CREDIT IS O.K. ATBAKER'S 1
Wallace and Theodore. Lewis, Is especially important because -
publicity. it serves two purposes. It
The next meeting is scheduledto combats the "extraordinary sus-
be held Tuesday, Oct. 7 at 7:30: ceptibility" of pregnant womento
at the Hillman-Pratt Funeral the disease, and prolongs their '. )
Home, 525 West Beaver Street, infants' passive immunity. ilife
when a campaign committee of. I I
250 wag expected to be formed. St. Lawrence Seaway author-! '
ties dangerously underestimated'
operating costs and ovet-estimat-1
HARLEM ed the waterway's capacity, according f
SWEET SHOPA to the Port of New York North MfaroiNO ,
Authority representative at I I
FULL LINE OF GROCERIESCOLD hearings on proposed. Seaway '
tolls. These toll, he added,
CUTS COSMETICS should be Increased by 25 per-

208 N.W. 10th Street cent. MONEY DOWN

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star sapphire rings to the and Miss Inez List 2 Places Wk r. Y..w H.v. Cradit
Coleman. 7th St.. who called Mm a "Ras 1
winners contest. Entrants of the King were asked to cal." Three other. entrants also ..Ir.r . . . . . . . . . . . . . rrrr . . i
thought submitted "Rascal," but In a accordance 1 y
word they
send in the one [2.
contest rules, the .r.rr.rr .rr..rr r..l
described. King. Coleman.. with r..rr rrr.rr rrr
best The happy., winners are. Rev earliest entry was declared the I .......__._........._._._......_........ f'
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PAGE 8 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1958Richmond Declares Dividend

'Minneapolis The board of LIB Iwllvg
m 1 iiiiiiiiiiI1ltiSiiiiiEJlSllii25Eii3ElllIiIrii5i!! 3iiiI2li1! I1I'ii: iia&l':
directors of Investors Mutual,
Inc., largest mutual fund affiliate ta HCAT C
Flashes managed by Investors Diversified
Heights Services, Inc., has declared
:: a regular' quarterly divi- NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.

By ORA D TALYORGQVJEOEINQR ----- dent of 9cents per share derived -
from investment'
11.ilIn :: :
---- -- income, the same amount as was
COLLINS CHALLENGES able in the apartment area of Laid at the end of the Fund's FRIDAY SATURDAY
: It is gratifying to Richmond Heights. The prices are fourth quarter last year.A .
note the address made by Gov. normal and they LeRoy Collins Monday at the The first ,one is ready now. Call cents per share reprcsening rea- //
Triennial Convention of the CE 5-4240. lized security profits also was THE FIRST GREAT
Episcopal Church at iMLamiBejach. declared, an increase of 4% AGE!
trie called ulron the churchto We also have some choice lots cents per share over the Ilk e OF THE JET
produce a plan. to end racial and homes in the Heights and in distribution of 1and three-
conflicts with "respect for: northwest sections. We will also .fourth cents made at the closeof
Christian conscience and with build for you, buy or sell your the same period a year ago. V A
respect to law; a plan which will home, get a mortgage for youif
be idealistic and at the same time you need one, or ,give you the The total of 21 and three-
tmiorace! reason and common best advice you need to help you fourth cents per share is payable
sense. He (further continued, "I with your problems Our mottois Oct. 9 to Investors Mutual
think the most tragic aspect of "To serve best your needs." shareholders of record Sept. 26,
our national racial dilemna 'is the Call CE 5-4246 or visit our office 1958 it was announced by Joseph
lack of effort to find a con- : HG01, Lincoln Boulevard located M. Fitzsimmons, chairman of the ,
structive way out of.he dark- in our home. You are wel- board.
ness." Governor Collins is considered come. Call evenings if more con- This is the: 72nd consecutive
quarterly dividend paid 'by the
a leader among' the venient.
South's moderates on segregation Fund.
integration problems declaring GAS Investors Mutual currently has
that the people of the nation arecalling aproximately 125,250,000 shares n
for "new ideas" for re- : TO BENEFIT I outstanding compared with 116, rUBS
sowing the conflict. Those ideas II 589,869 at the end of the previousfiscal /rii .
(twill not come from the extremists CRIPPLED year St. 30, 1957.
on either side." CHILDRENThe I "' : - COLOR CINEMASCOPEI by D. LUXE

il liked his attack on the na-

tion's foreign policy as a mistaken Crippled Children's Society RITZTHEATRE
idea that "we can 'buy our will receive two cents on every ::
way out of the international gallon of gasoline sold at more ; 'dW'j THK WAS THE NIGHT WHO!TEE LAW TUMID LAWLESS!
morass into which we have ,sunk than 400 filling stations flying a I
he said the trouble was spiritual. red, white ,and blue Charity Day SUN. MON. TUES I I'I I 'A"MAN
"We are worshipping a I" fals Banner in Dade County on Fri- OCT. 12 13 14 SHADOW
god." day, Oct. 17 IN THE i.tlw1A9roPE i.-
"Law and Jake Wade"
This fifth annual Charity Day
VIISl'TORIS'RlETU1RN' We are event is being staged by the Allied RICHARD WIDMARKPlus
proud to welcome all of our residents Gasoline Retailers' Associa-
who vacationed away this tion, whose
Some visited relatives, 'Don't Go Near Water'Glenn
summer.: sents every brand of gasoline.
some in far away -places including Jack Wilhelm is president of the I, Ford
Mrs W. Ketter end daughter association and Chic Sayles, a I SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY
who visited Europe, includingthe past president, is serving as chair- -- ..... I
Belgium World Fair, accom- man of the 1958 "Two Cen Day". -
pany her mother, Mrs. W. A. The project is a apart of the 'annual ANTHONYQUINfJ SOPHIA -
cnatman, hostess for the trip. to hit kntttl
: of Oil Progress *t Atlilalht HunlKISfPH
We had some who attended Week. CAPITOLTHEATRE
schools in various parts of the
( IFVINf( .... b'
world, which has enriched us with The group raised $3,750 last
their experiences. We hope you year to underwrite the basic
will send us names and experiences cost of 1,250 treatments for han SAT. MIDNITE AND
that we can let others dicapped children at the Easter SUN. MON. TUES.
know of your visits and travels in Seal Society's Rehabilitation
future. I Clinic AUDIE MURPHY In
The Dickinsons of Lincoln
Goal for this year Is $5,100 to 'Ride a Crooked Trail' WITH A.. ,
Blvd. report a most pleasant vacation -
provide '1700 treatments duringthe CAST Of
as far away as New Eng- Plus Richard
next 12 months. Egan In TNUNDERINOTHOUSANDS
land Welcome home to '
all. states. Frank O. Pruitt Jr., presidentof "Voice in The Mirror" TECHNICOLOR &J /
the local Crippled Children's I IN

Society, praised the AGRA'S 450 I...-..7": ,_.,.... ..T ...."'r__ .."..... .,., ,4 + t'
for their public service
I ipastor, Rev L. R. Ross, effort on behalf of crippled I
officers end members wish to children.
thank the friends who so won- BUNCHETHEATRE
derfully supported Women's Day "All funds raised in the two
Mrs. N. Greer, jchalrman. Al cents a gallon Charity Day effort OPA LOCKATel. t bb '
though Mrs. Greer 'was ill, she will go for direct treatment of NA 1-7322 i
yet used every ounce of strengthto crll;pled children in Dade County SUN., MON., TUES. .a
help make the day successfulfor ," Pruitt said. lie urged all
which all are thankful. Dade Countians to fill their "The Fly" JACK
Amon/i the visiting helpers and tanks at a Charity Day Banner Hubert MarhallPLUS
speakers were: Mrs. Mildred Station, between 7 a.m. and ,,7 u PALANCE
Clark, Sunday school, Mrs. 0 r a p.m. on ,Friday, Oct. 17. n
D. Taylor, taught adult class and Serving on the Charity Com- "Witness For The
gave the Master review. Mrs. mittee with Mr. Sayles are: Jack I Proaecution'Tyronne '
Myrtle Davis, morning 'speaker; Wilhelm AGRA president, W A. Power
Mrs. ''Maude K. Reed evening Meredith, Perry Gary, Ralph
speaker. Mrs. Lillian Dean, ETU Alkire and Harold Monuse. I I
directress and many others ,
whose names we did not get. I -' U- PnutNc w WARNER EROS

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I R. R. MOTONThe emi-finalist in the National A. L LEWIS ELEM.On HIGH SCHOOL itors will select a "Prince And
Merit Scholarship Qualifying Princess," senior students, from
Moton family continues to Exam they are Sondra Johnson, I Sept. 24 the PTA held its EDITORS MEET their schools who they believe
grow as we have added Mrs. Norma Smith, Barbara Nickerson initial meeting. Mrs. Lizie !Mel- will contribute the most "a*" future -
pearlie Mae Jackson to the cus- I and Gwendolyn Bentley. ton, our new president presidedOur FOR UF citizens of Dade County;
todial staff. We welcome her, The faculty and student body former and most gracious fren Ii Negro high school students Special publicity kits and clip
and know her services will be would like to express their sym- president, Mrs. Fannie Jenkins, attended a United Fund editor'smeeting sheets were distributed to the
of great help to us. pathy to Mr. and Mrs. Phillip brought a most informative report Monday, Sept. 29 at the group following a question and
to #
We seem always be foru- from the PTA Council answer session
Cooper at the passing of their meet. Columbus Hotel.Attending .
nate in having visitors at' Moton infant Mr. Cooper is the school's The faculty and students are along with editors The editors will stress the fair
who (bring so much to share' in band director. saying a special prayer for the I and student advisors from various share plan In their (publications
helping us carry over an effec- Ellen Bethel, reporter speedy recovery of Miss AnnaG. Miami schools were Ber- during the '59 drive. One hour's I
tive eduq tional (program Last Sweeting, one of our Xifth nice Sawyer, Joyce Lang and pay each month is everyone'sfair
Tuesday morning !Mrs Josie P. RAINBOW PARK ELEM. grade teachers. Phyllis Popps of George Washington -; share to United Fund.
Sherrer, zone supervisor of area Newcomers to our faculty and Carver (Barbara Lockhartand
5 met with' the (principal to dis- The assembly program last staff are: Bernafld Pennlngton, Barbara Williams, North- Recreation ,Pre-
cuss and formulate plans for the Monday morning was highlighted fifth grade; Mrs. Thelma King, western Albert Jenkins and
self-study held here. Mrs. Sher- with the Installation of the fourth grade; Miss Laura Cald- Wallis Jlarnmx North Qade; I*. School ProgramThe
rer will serve as supervisor con- School Patrols. The main speaker well, third grade; Misses Gloria W. Bryant of Mays and Marie
sultant for our self-study on the program was Mr. Moses Philip and Carole Lee are the Alford of Booker T. Washington City of Miami: Recreation
Tuesday of this week the Ini- Perry, executive secretary of the I I ETV aids. Mrs. Fannie Thurstonis The meeting was held to in- Division fPre-school. program
tial meeting of ithe Self-Study YMCA. Mr. Perry's message was serving as the ETV large room doctrinate the journalists on will open "with the registration
was held. Guests present included very timely. He pointed out the teacher. their 'part in this year's United date Oct. 9 at 9 a-im. at each of
Dr. Julia IJaven, University significance of 'being a memberof Parents are urged to remit instructional Fund campaign through submit the city playgrounds. School will I
Consultant, end Mrs. Josie P. an organization and the fact fees as soon as (possible ting stories and features. officially start Oct. 13. f
Sherer. Phases of the self-study that with every added opportunity as time is moving very rap- 'Highlighting the meeting was The fee for this school will be I
discussed were "Self-Study" there is a corresponding responsibility I Idly.Mr. a talk by Miami News Editor, $40 per school year. This fee can j
from University's point of view, Mr. Perry urged the I Chandler Ghilds repre- William Baggs. be paid as follows:
Countyts point of view and student body ;to define such I sents A. L. Lewis at the Curric- United Fund officials participating A total of $40 paid on registration i
school's point of view. Group character building traits as: mor- ulum Council, Mrs. A. D. John- in the confab were Ed day
discussion centered around al, spiritual, and work values. son, DCTA, and Mrs. Josephine Swenson, UF vice president, B. $15 paid on registration day. ,
"Ways of Approach to Our He admonished the boys and Bronson is the ACE representative. Karl Bishopric, public relations $12.50 December 10 and the'
Problem)"' Miss I* (L. SJklnner, girls to build each day toward chairman and Wilbert Bach of additional $12.50 paid on Feb. 10.
librarian, (presented available whatever they hope to become. The principal extends hearty the community relations com- C. $1M, per week) until the
materials for self-study while His message was graciously received thanks to all persons who have mittee, Bob Wilson, superintendent total amount of $40 has been
Mrs. L. O'Bryant. school curric- by the Rainbow Park cooperated so wonderfully with of Miami Senior High, also paid. This payment schedule
ulum council chairman discussed family the ETV and lunchroom programs attended.It I being a change in the originally
results of faculty poll on Sgt. Adams of the Dade County thus far. was announced that the ed- announced schedule.
"G$ound'work for Self-Study"| Safety Department installed
which was mentioned in a prev- I the members of the patrol. Pre- See and Compare .
ious column. ceding the installation, Sgt.
The classes of Miss M. Trot- Adams stressed the importance Value Nightingale CollegeANNOUNCES

man and Mrs? D... Sawyer are of boys and (girls rememberingand I Lot 45x140, city water, corner
planning a trip to the Holsum I practicing the ABC's of Lush trees, like paradise. Three ITS NEW FALL CLASS
Bakery next week. This excur- Safety (Always Be Careful). He bedrooms, car porte, separate
sion culminates a study of com- I also commended the boys and kitchen, dining room, living OCTOBER 20, 1958
munity helpers in these 2nd I girls for having been chosen to room, utility room. Use your lot
grade classes, with emphasis on ,represent the school. as a down payment. STENOGRAPHIC BUSINESS
'The Baker." The teachers responsible for 2395
Linnie W. Fannin, principal the very fine way in which' the BARON JE 8-1340
Dorothy S. Sawyer, reporter School Patrol operate are Mrs. Open 3 to 5 p.m.Lowest KOREAN VETERANS EARN WHILE YOU LEARN

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son.On Tuesday the faculty meet- Price Graduate FREE PLACEMENT, to all graduates
Athletic Association/ has
been planning since the beginning ing was centered around "Using AnywhereGuaranteed CALL MR. PRYOR TODAY
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this year a most successful
use of different instructional
sports season. Their regularmeeting
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day wa held on (Mon-
the being,
day, Oct. 6. In this meeting they year "improved"
Teaching Our TABLEWARE
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discussed ways to raise fundsto
type of faculty meeting was
aid the football team the
and quite beneficial.The AMERICAN SOLID
school in their expenses. And they COMINGSOON !
first PTA
(meeting proved
are planning for the arrivel! of
rather successful. Many parents
the visiting team from DaytonaBeaoli
were 'f resent and shared in making -
Campbell Street High. plans for the year. Mrs. Mc- ZETA SIGMA
The Future Teachers of AmerIca -
Queen, the president is continu-
held their regular meeting on
ously asking the support of all
Thursday of last week. Their

president for this year is Ros- parents.Rosa L. Fortson, principal -Halloween CabaretMusic
etta Edwards.
Dora W. Wright, reporter
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THE MIAMI TIMES -"The Peoples' Newspaper" I SATCHEL 'PAIGE "Green Pastures" .


Ie" Hollywood Satchel Paige "The Green Pastures," the
baseball's living legend will rersion of the Pulitzer
probably hang up his glove In prize winner of 1930, is
shown at the Miami Public'
favor of a movie career.
Film producer Chester Erskine brary at 1 and 8 o'clock, on
announced that the ageless pitch- 18. This motion picture is t h
ing star has been signed for a second in the new feature
feature role in a movie, "T h e series "Hollywood Headlined'
PVT. KELSEY "KIT" COLLIE Wonderful Country." is the adaptation by Marc 11'r
Satch officially 49, but Frdb- nelly of Roark Bradford's
ably 59, has been playing' base- Testament Negro stories.
I ball for 40 years. Last season include the creation and ;
Trailing behind by only two was spent with the Miami Mar- sion of Adam add Eve and
touchdowns is Dorsey alumnus, portrayal of Noah's Ark
We were more than happy to Coklbroog an. honor grad of lins.Satchel plays the role of a with pairs of animals. The
receive two correspondencesboth Jackson's Clerical School. !Both sergeant in the Texas-locale play colored cast of more than ,
from military personnel, fellows ,bear watching closely as from the book by Thomas Lea. persons is headed by Rex.
containing notes of newsworthy the gridiron season progresses.It's Paige didn't indicate too much graham.
interest for you readers and anybody's guess as to who worry about playing alongsidesuch Other films to be presented
therefore, this week's column, will eventually come out on top. film stars as Robert Mitchuxn this series are": "The Count
which we will call "Personal We'd like to thank both Shirl and Julie London. Monte Cristo, on Oct. 30
Mention" has been prepared and Al for their interesting and I "Mutiny on the Bounty, on
through the courtesy of these in- informative letters. We know Adult Classes to vember 13.Admissions.
: to the film
dividuals. YQu folks in Miami like to hear
Surprisingly enough, one of the about the guys and gals, your Expand at N'western ings are by free tickets,
able, for as long as they last
friends neigh-
letters was from our good friend, sons daughters, ,
Shirley Mobley, who is stationed I bors, etc., who are serving in the The opportunity for a more 6 p.m. Monday Oct. 13 at
at Fort Myer Va., just 15 miles I various military organizations.One varied offering of classes is at Main Library. Tickets may
be obtained at branch
from us. She sent along an Invite thing we're certain of, hand for those who would like your
to the WAC picnic which The Miami Times is reaching out to extend their education thru
was held last Saturday. Unfortunately to keep everyone well informed. the evening program at North-
details, a parade illness What about you? Are you a sub- western's Adult School. Thoughts Have Wlngit-I Can Influence Others With My
(a cold due to the change in scriber? If not, why not? Applications are now being accepted
weather) and a little matter of ,We'd be more than happy to for classes in creative THIN KINGI
finance (something all too vividly hear from many more of you writing drama, music and art.
known to service personnel gas telling us about the service men One may register by telephoningIn NOW OPENING FOR THE FIRST TIME
the "End-oMhe-Month> !Blues") and women from Miami. It's always a request or by stopping in at
deterred our desire to join the a pleasure for the folks the registration office. For Advice and Help, Contact-
merry-making. Hope we can at home to read about them, Openings are also available in
take in some other event real where they are what they're do- the business school for persons ;
soon. ing. You can help us report it interested in becoming skilled in' K STAR
Shirely tells us that she Is uncertain to them by ending this information typing, shorthand, and account-
about Bernice Boyd's to Pvt. Kelsey E. Collie
status. At their last meeting, 524eJ3tfl( ; Army Education ing.South Dade residents are reminded r ., Psychic Reader Gifted Reader
Bernice was. in the WAS Re- Center Bldg. B-2; Fort Belvoir I that pre-high school Reads entire life
your ; past,
serve and considering another Va. And until next timeVayaCon classes are beginning] at the R.R.
term with our female counter- DiosCalling Moton Elementary School in the f present, future. Tells you anything
part. near future. There are still a few I you wish to know without

The Air Force should be pleased All Campers openings in beginning Spanish in asking any questions
the class now meeting at the
Jessie Knight as a
to have the lastest word The Carver Branch YMCA will Frank L. Martin Elemenary .No matter what your hope fear or trouble may be, I can and
member, and
from the Marines is that William sponsor a weekend camp at the I School in I IRichmon Heights. will help youl Give time and never falling advice on all affairs

Spicer is ia Okinawa. (Hope he YMCA tiful surroundings Camp located of in Lake the beau-Placid taken Advanced for classes registration in 'beginning will be of life such aa love, courtship, marriage, health buslneee

has as much movie fun as Glenn version Ford of I Friday Oct. 24-26. Spanish and beginning French, changes wills, mortgages, law suite, lost or stolen articles,
did in the
Please contact this office if hidden treasure. SATISFACTION GUARANTEEDI!
Interested teenagers ana grade you
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turning be to the the reason service, which Rosa may Lee tact possible the Carver at 340 Branch NW 13th as st.earlyas or language An adequate is a Gives Your Lucky Days Your Lucky NumbersNo
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Thomas reenlisted for a six-year one In trouble turned away-Come with or without money
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a while back, our "Girl Friday"met of recreation, fishing and Mrs Whickham HurtMrs. Note Permanent Address-Take bus 15, passes door every
up with Frances Duncombe. relaxation are also urged to
She is believed to have "re contact the G, W. Carver Branch. Katie Whickam, national 18 minutes
upped" (the military lingo for president of the Beauty Cul-
1650 N.W. 27th Avenue Miami Fla.
re-enlistment) for Germany. We turists' Association was seriously ,

have heard some wonderful ELNORA injured in an automobile acci- Hours: Dally and Sunday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.-Closed Tuesdays
stories about that European dent in New Orleans, La. on last
Licensed State,
by City, County
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Good Morning JudgeNews I EmployeesThe Sepia Office I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1958 PAGE 11

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From Miami's Municipal Precinct Court Negro office employees of : ;.J 7 tions by some well known stylist 4
JUDGE JOHN D. the Bonded Collection Agency which leads to our annual hair .
JOHNSON, Presiding and their guests were entertained Sunlight Chatter Box style fashion. review and crowning .
By Elliott' J. Pieze, Times Staff Writer at a dinner party given for of Miss Sunliaht."I

.... them iby the Agency last Friday I Students competing are: Mils
or -_ __ night on the Starlite Roof of the Hello There: E. Able, Mrs M. LaMarr, Mrs.

(iExactly 90 cases were lister assault and battery wdth a razor Miami Carver Hotel. The affair If you have any parts you M Hayes.
for trial In Municipal court on blade on Edna Mae Chatman was one in a series of events would like to discard, learn to
Thanks to the friends
Monday morning Sept. 29. The fined $75 or 30 days. designed to maintain good and loop the hoop you are neithertoo many
and relatives for their patronizing -
harmonious relations betweenthe
number was considered moderatefor old or too young.
Keva, Stokes employees the our school for it is you that
a Monday morning session. charged with and manage
Time is nearing fr our .graduation
are helping to us for
Spectacular, indeed were the child neglect, fined $250 or 60 ment.A and senior prom. All stu-
cases of Willie James Jennings, days, but the fine was suspend full course dinner was serv- our future careers.
dents who to in
are graduate
ed following ed, featuring prime roast of beef To our students who are out
23, of 501 NW ave, Wade a warning November asked to contactMr.
for different
Felder, 23, of 1024 NW 3rd ave. with trimmings, was served on Mrs. Julius for further information reasons we you
or -
and hope see
and Otis Garrison, 21, of 372 NW Respect Our the occasion.Charles you soon
Rosa Shannon, reporter
22nd st.Jennings. C. North, public relations -
was charged with Women; WarnsMuhammad director for ,ithe Agency, To all our Sunlight Alumni
disorderly conduct by creating served as toastmaster for the and other beauticians, during
a the wedk of Nov. 10 to 14 the
evening. Timely remarks
disturbance, and Felder was were
homecoming and house will be FR 9-1703
by Ernest Russell,
with assault super-
charged and battery One
cannot help but (be impressed visor something to remember. Dig
with hands on Mrs. Betty Pearl personnel, Sam B.
Dumas of 372- NW 22nd St. Mrs. to the problems realistic that approach.face the I 1 Solomon Sumner ,Hutcheson in charge Jr. of rentals, plans three are days in of the free making demonstra for Call TAYLOR ''I
Dumas was also the compalnant Negro in and
in the case against Jennings. Elijah Muhammad America today He ,is by not Mr a : J. shining Pieze. The affair proved to bea .IIZSZZZISZZTZZZ..........-ZZIISZZIIZ S S 11111;S 11111114. . 1i

Garrison was charged with assault religious dreamer or cult leader success.
with a on Jennings. but is I Among others present were
gun a man who applies sound Misses COMMUNITY
The series of incidents occurred reasoning in his Annabelle McIntosh,
thinking and is' Marian M. Deon and Bertha r 1
about 11 o'clocki not
Sunday morn- moved by emotion. Some of Hanks Mesdames
ing near NW 22nd St. his teachings may strike the ; Cortel Hanks U
average Owens, Frankie Mae Smith
Officer Hill the DRUG STORE
told court that individual as strange and Dorothy Beeman, Juanita B.
he and obis partner, Officer C unusual but he always stands Hooks, Hortense Hutcheson Bea-
Allgood received a call to go to ready to answer his critics with trice
the address, incident of two men facts to support his contentions. Mabel Johnson Hill, and, Martha Ernest Russell.Joyner, COR. N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St.

trying to force their way Into an The Moslems are cautioned to Harold
Major, Walter E. Hooks
arement. The two men were be careful of the food they eat'Arnold' Joyner and Stanley PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLEDCut :
Felder and Jennings. Hill explained and the way they dress. Elijah Sweeting.
to the court that he Muhammad, for example, will Rate Drugs Free Delivery
learned that Felder and Jennings never eat outside his home, except
were in search of two women in a Moslem-owned restaurant -

one of whom was Felder's His followers never touch G B G nA ( SEAL TEST ICE CREAM-MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT DILLS

estranged wife and the other pork, ham, bacon, or lard or 110 NORR"HAIR' WINO IACI\ YRORLIAUII'...
Jennings\ girl friend, who al- "any other filth' forbidden by "gPIAUION..NOTtUNO AFfICTlA: WONOCRI'UL. Phone PLaxa 8-4703 Phone PLaza 8.4704
ledgely had spent Saturday nightin Allah" Many only eat one meala DO...YOU"UtrtU-INT HAW OUTTM1 PKMULANMEUmaOlb: ANO/IUNI"VOW WirW
that apartment with two
Garrison, who Is a brother ofFelder's The Moslems drink no intoxi- TAINI KADI.: ..I&.ICONI.ilK TOUR BtAUTIClAN. OMUOOUTI. ................................... .............................. .... ....................... ....... ...L.......
wife, is alleged to have' cants; they do not even smoke. L'nTl.. .r.PRE3SIh3G..iiiiID

pulled a gun on both Jenningsand Neither do they do any dancing, -n.SU"n.: Ir
Felder in order to prevent dating! or night clubbing. They 1
them from doing harm to the wear only conservative garb.! OIL
young women. Respect( for women is another
Mrs. Dumas, who is a sisterof
cardinal !belief of the group I
Garrison and Felder's wife, Mr. Muhammad teaches that no WORLD'SGREATEST

told the court that Felder and race can be great that does not .A N
Jennings had remained in a car respect its women. He says they
outside the apartment id question must be put on the highest pin-
all nIght Saturday until nacle and treated like Queen
about, 11 o'clock Sunday morning Mothers of civilization, that they COLORED '
waiting for the young womento
come out. The young women are.The morals of the Moslems are PSYCHIC
did come out and ran toward particularly strengthening by the
the home of Garrison and Mrs. teachings of their leader. They READER
Dumas. Felder and Jennings are do not tolerate lying or stealing
alleged to have run after them, by their members. Through strict 4
when Garrison interceded in adherence to their moral con-
their behalf. cept adultery and fornicationhave &

Both Felder and Jennings told been wiped out, among p ROF ; '
the court that they were not going ICan'I .
These of the ideas
are some
to harm the young women in Il:
that form the basis of the beha- c
any /way. Felder said he only
viour pattern of these people lil(
wanted to talk to his wife, and i
Jennings indicated the same 'and their practical and realtistic .p IIUNTER ,
thing. religious concept. That it Is tak- A+ 't
ing root is evidenced ,by the fan- COMMUNITY DRUGS
To the surprise of the specta- PROF. HUNTER
tastic number of Negroes joining,
tors in the court Felder's wife
,. and Jenning's girl, friend were the movement in America. 6750 N.W. 15th Ave If you are sick, worried or in trouble this It the

in court and both came up and place to come. Don't stay In:the rut, push back the

testified. Both (women declared veil of bad luck that seems to hold you In your track,

and that they were told that Felder T DON'T WAIT and advance forward by the help of God under the
Jennings were after them, ''
and they admitted being afraidof leadership of Prof. Hunter who has 30 years of experience

them. The women also swore for theSCHOOL in spiritualist and occult icience. Make your

that there was only one man in E BELL home happy. He will show you how to bypass your j
the /
with them
enemies and the things that life demands for
urday night and that was a general -... get you.
r Bring In the children's school
friend of them. They declared ? ?
that everything was com fW\ vC shoes NOW. Give us time to put them
' pletely above board. /zL/, In perfect repair for the long, hard "grind."
The' gun which Garrison pulled I . ,
on Jennings and Felder was
resented in evidence. Garrison
said he was only protecting his SHOE SHOP
home and family, when he pull
ed the gun. The ,gun was confiscated FINE SHOE REPAIRINGWe
by the court.
There were charges and coun Save Your Soul*-While You Walt

ter charges in! the long drawn-oat
I case. Following a stern warning Shoes Shined and Dyed

to all concerned, Judge Johnson
AVENUE PH. PL 9-9100
fined each of the defendents $500 6570 N.W. 15th
:r or 60 days in jail. But the Judge Located at the Hunter's new psychic studio oo

.. suspended the fines after repeating Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallandile, Fla. oa

. .! his warning. the north sld. of the road, 1 mile east of 7th are.

Among other cases heard and WI1H NEWI( Carver Ranches.' Signs are placed on th. top of three.

.1J'J! : disposed of were the following: DELUXE story building. 0&... Is la the duplex J In the front of
:." Solomon David Wright, charged SHAVINIIt
tbobolldJnff.Ho .
(, with sleeping on public property .
' 1.1 fined $10 or four days. i them has fifty time more power than any other

, ." rRbE / MAGIC ..dl... You will find felm far advanced In know
John Gordan Jr., charged with SHAVING
disorderly conduct by using pro-
fanity, fined $13 or six days. IOWDER People READINGS FROM $1.00 UP

Talton Joytoar, Charged with Uf IMII9 BY STATE AND COUNTY

disorderly conduct by creating a 013 Rp1OR .Tf!.. MftfJftt fcVULYl '
dirturbance and resisting arrest, WI !
fined $75 or 30 ays on the two To usE. 1 ; .r* 1 P.M. TIL 4 P.M. 7.' P.M. SUNDAY 1 PM TIL 4 PM
charges. 5 Ssbtf scerd. V!

Claude Clark, charged with CLOUD ALL DAY WID.

assault and battery with handson i .. Jrvfl " J rilob4 CALL IN PERSON t ,
Jack Tindell, fined $150 or U '
60 days. t1. ,' 5417 S.W.17th St.

Sallie Mae Gordon, charged SsSSr ,
Fla. .
Hollywood '
with being drunk, fined $10 or
four days.

Peter Chatman, charged with

,'4 ...: 7. . .. "toAr J+Y3 t?i' a \, \. Nrwr '

MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" CARD OF THANKSThe Brice Trio Here '. .

family of the late, DEATHS November 5th
wishes to thank the relatives
As a community service the
and friends who rallied to
and stood sad House 'of Albert. Phyllis Wheatley SchoO is ,presenting -
CARDS MEMORIALS hour of bereavement.For by us during our . to its patrons and;friends
the Carol Brice Trio, 'on Nov. :5 s
: the many cards, letters !Funeral services for Mrs. Re '
at 8 at Booker T; Washing
teleerams.. phone calls the use melt Scott Wilson of Goulds who
IN MEMORIAM.. CARD OF of cars, the-many deeds of kind died Oct. 3, were held on, 'Wed ton High School Auditorium.
THANKSThe ness, and for all the courtesies nesday, Oct. 8 at the New Mt, The Brice Trjo is acclaimedby

In sad but extended, many, many thanks. Calvary Baptist Church, Rev. international critics as one of
loving of
our dear wife mother memory family of the late, !Leroy Johnson, son Tarpley, pastor, with the Rev.R. the very best of our present day
JULIA JORDAN and WILLIAMS: DR. J. HARVEY SMITH And Family E. Brown of Goulds officiat: groups. An evening) of rare entertainment -
to thank their friends
who died Sept 28, 1957 in New for the kindness shown many them ,in ing.She is in store for all,
is survived by a son, Mr. who avail themselves of the -
London, Conn. Gone but not opportunity
their recent 'hour of bereavement.
forgotten.Sam AcknowledgementJt Lewis Scott of 6848 NW 18th ave. to hear them.
Special mention goes to Interment in Evergreen Ceme-
Williams, husband Ebenezer M. Church, Rev AaronD. tery. .Tickets' are now on sale at
Madge (Pie) Kelly, Dght. Hall, pastor, Dr. Richard V, is with heartfelt appreciation Phyllis Wheatley Elementary

Moore, president Bethune-Cook- that the family of the late, Funeral services for Mrs. Eva School, 1801 NW 1st place. 031

IN man Collate, the Dade County ED MYRICK Jones of 3360 NW 51st St., %who ;,
MEMORIAMIn Academy of Medicine, The Aux- who passed away on Sept. 27, died Oct. 4 will be held on

loving memory of our sister iliary to the Academy, Mrs. 1953, wishes to express its Thursday, Oct. 9 in the chapel
and aunt Letha Nickerson, nurse, and manyof thanks to the many friends and with the Kiev. Hunter officiating. Mrs. Ludell Bin and one daughter -

MRS. MARY DAVIS the immediate neighbors and neighbors during Its bereavement. Survivors are one aunt, six sisters Mrs. Willard Jefferson and

who departed this life on Oct. 9, friends. Thanks for your cards, tele- several nieces and' nephewsand many friends.

1957. The flowers', telegrams, cards grams, letters and flowers. other relatives. Ike Lucas, 2761 NW 46th st.,
Burial in .
Call not back our dear departed Special thanks to Rev. C. J. Evergreen.Mrs.
and cars are too numerous to died Oct. 5 after a period of ill-
Anchor safely, storms are over, mention Burney and members of Friend-
individually for that stirs ness. Funeral services were held
On this border land you left us- ship Baptist Church, and (Rev. Hattie died in Dade
reason we are asking all to on Oct. 9 from the chapel at 2
County Hospital Oct. 7. Fun-
Soon we'll meet to part no more. please accent' our sincerest P. W. Wiggins and members of on pan Burial in Lincoln Memorial]
eral :
When we leave this world of thanks and appreciation for all Bethlehem Baptist Church of plete.arrangements are incom' Park.
changes- courtesies shown. Liberty City.

When ,we leave this world of Our man thanks, tn the -
Mrs Alice Ezell 457NW
u express our best to both
feeare Range Funeral Home for churches for the beautiful flowerspray . 14th st., died on Oct. 6 in Jack-
We Shall find our loved ones, in kind, patient and efficient tsl sent in behalf of Mr. son Hospital. The body was
Our Father's
Mansion fair. vices.Mrs. !Myrick's passing. To the Range Funeral services for James shipped to Ft. Valley, Ga., for
Mrs. Constance Strachan, C. A. Smith Funeral Home for services ren- Bell. 1450 NW 70th St., well burial. Mrs. Ezell leaves a hus-

sister And Family dered we offer our sincere known King of Club and Elks band, Gus, mother of Ft. Valley
Mrs Emily Strachan, sister I thanks. member, were held on Monday, and three children.
Mrs. Helena Taylor, sister Oct. 6 from Mt. Zion Baptist
Daisy Myrick wife
Mrs. Rosalyn Seymour, Sis. IN MEMORIAMIn Adell Olliff, (daughter Church. Burial was in Paradise Ferdinand Arseneaux, 566 NW

Leonard Douglas, brother Foazie Reed, daughter Memorial Gardens. Mr. Bell 22nd st., died in the Jackson Me-
Hoseae Douglas, brother leaves to mourn his loss, a'' wife
14 Memory of Shedrick Myrick, son morial Hospital after a period of

nelces, 9 nephews "" "_N"'< ". ..."" m ,..,.. ............_. James and Walter Kimbell,. illness on Oct. 6. Funeral ser-
Stepsons vices conducted on Friday Oct.
( -- -- CARD OF THANKSIt 10, 2 pm. from the chapel with

IN MEMORIAM :Rev. Theodore. Johnson offici

r. IN is with our deepest appreciation sting Burial in Lincoln.
In sad but loving of MEMORIAMIn _
memory that
we., the family of the
our dear sister and aunt, late, Major Hooks better known as
a loving memory of our RUSSELL LEE THOMAS "Me-Me", 814 NW 1st court,
mother, died 7 in Jackson
on Oct. Hospital
tlJ MRS. MAUDE JOHNSONwho who passed away Sept. 7, wish to Funeral -
express our sincerest thanks to
died Oct. 9, 1956. incomplete.'
Gone, but not forgotten. our many friends and neighbors
Fi The Children during our ibereavement.
We would like to aoknowledje Range
. .
!the numerous cards, telegrams.
IN MEMORIAMIn letters::, ones that: donated cars
... and beautiful floral pieces. Daniel Webster Sallett ol

lovinj memory of our dear We also wish' to give special 1814 NW 4th ave., died at Vet-

sister, thanks to our pastor, Rev. W. C. eran's Administration Hospitalon
GRACE EVANSwho Edcar of Mt. Moriah Baptist Oct. 6. He is survived by a

,passed on Oct. 10, 1956. Church of Goulds, and other 'brother, Nathan, of Fernandina,
a Gone, but not forgotten. members of the clergy that ren- Fla., a cousin, Mrs. Aletha
Now the laborer's task J is over, dered service, and members of Baker, of Miami, and other rela-
Now the ,battle day is passed, the church and clubs. tives. Chapel services will bt
Now upon the farther shore We :also wish to thank the staff conducted on Friday, Oct. 10 at
Lands the voyager at last. of the Bethell Williams Funeral 11 a.m. Rev. Young of Macee-
Father in Thy gracious keer>in ? Home that rendered untiring and donia AMR Church of Jackson-

MR. JAMES LAWRENCE' Leave we now thy servant efficient service. May God bless ville of which Mr. Sallett was a
sleeping.She member, will officiate
BARNETTwho you each and everyone. along
The Family with Rev. S. A. Cousins, his
1957. departed this life Oct. 10, is survived by two sisters, pastor. Burial will be conductedat

Mrs Carnetta Blatch, Mrs Rose City Cemetery.Mrs. .
the labourer's task is over Jones; one brother, Amos Evans, IN MEMORIAMIn

....M.'r >asa:; ; ; ..."l;;: JJESSIE Now Now the battle day is oast a brother-in-law, George Blatch Estella Richardson of

WEBB THOMPSONwho Land upon the voyager the farther at last shore, friends.and host of other relatives and loving memory of our dear 5900 SW 56th St., died at her
son, on Oct. 7. She is sur-
departed this life Oct. 13, Father in thy gracious keeping vived by three daughters two

1957 Leave we now (Thy servant IN MEMORIAMIn son, a sister, and other relatives.
May she rest in peace and'may sleeping.
services .
will be
light perpetual shine upon her Lottie Ward, mother ducted con-
Mrs. Nellie Minnis, sister And Family memory of my dear loving I 230: p.m.on at Tuesday the Triumph Oct. 14 the at
Jacob I
Church and Kingdom ,
II of God in "k
Anthony Webb, ,brother I Christ, with Elder Bryant offi-
Mrs Euturpie Newsome. IN MEMORIAM ciatinj. Burial will be held at

niece In sad 'but loving memory of I Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.

1 my beloved husband, x.

CARD OF THANKSWe I I ,.. ..' r I Ia Francis. .

the family of the late,
ri!+raif Funeral services for Colonel
Joseph Livingston, 1481 NW 5th
ave., who died Oct. 3 at his home

were held Oct.. 8 at 4 p.m. from
: the chapel with Rev. E. M.
t iiTf' t
Bocker: officiating

The body of Mr. Livingstonwas

v" shipped to Jasper, Fla. for
burial Oct. 10. Survivors include

M two sons, Luther and Willie; a
sister Mrs Clem Gandy, two

: Funeral services for Isadora
PVT,,. TOMAS S. DILLARD JR. Bradley 103% NW 18th st,- who
who departed this life two years died Oct. 3 at 'Jackson Hospital, .
ago, Oct., 11, 1956, at Paris Island were held Oct. 9 at 3 <".m. from

t S.vC, the chapel with the Rev. T. John- _
Nobody.knows'how much I miss son officiating. Buriaf in Lincoln.'

,you,"I Survivors Include, al,, wife Viola, .
: O, how hard! it was for me to say a brother, Rudolph a sister, Mrs A
"Thy will 'be done dear Lord," Ida Mae Taylor. :.
1 And your sweet face no more ,1
to see.l. Funeral services for Mrs. Ber-:" r to

PERCY O. WILIAMS I EDWARD N. JOHNSON Oh I miss you so, my darling die Eunice Jones, daughter of ,
ho departed this life who departed this life on Sept. And the tears do freely flow, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Moss 1317
AU2. 1.
-- .--t:; : ;. I 1958. 30, 1947. Gone, but not forgotten' For I yet can't understand NW 5th court, and mother of
tat your memory still lingers in Why it was you had to
BETTY JOHNSONwish We igo. Mrs. Myrtle Jones Harrell
travelled this life who
to thank together our minds. But some day when But I am trying to be submissive died
our many friends for untif I suddenly Saturday, Oct 4
we gather around the throne in For I know God knoweth
for cards best, in Detroit
I Mich.
condolences death came to leave will be held
part us
Glory, we will never And I am sure that
say good- with
you are
and Saturday
telegrams. Oct.
f Special! thanks to me 'here in tears. him 11 at 2:30 pjn.
Mr. Clark, and the 10B3 class bye.Sybil from Temple Baptist Church
of Though pain can be forgottenas In
Johnson, motherEd the land of
peace and rest. with the
Northwestern High and the time Rev. L. A. Thompson
goes swiftly by, it's jut
win And
a Johnson daughter someday I am
school in general, Dorsey chorus, the hours of loneliness that often Ophal Devoe sister going to meet officiating Survivors are Myrtle
St. James AME Church, Rev. A. make 'me cry. Jones Harrell, daughter, Mr. and
Hattie Rolle aunt Just how
J. Reddlck, pastor, and the Range Sadly ,missed by, Till long, I cannot tell, Mrs. Isaac Moss, parents;
Funeral' Home for Its service. Lob Williams, wife j darling il < be with you, my. Myrtle Harrell, grand daughter;,

,.s,;. > Nqnna Johnson, mother ,1 Dorothy Thomas, daughter And William Rolle, uncle; Nohieir

. An','"'Family; ** Sophia 'Taylor, sister '" Drive Carefully i: ",Mother my blessed and Dtddir1 Lord to dwell.' .**' Moss sell, ,.on.1 foster; brotherlfredkHar.f, :' .A'JIltTHE ., ....

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parents of Andrew Hop I OCTOBER 11, 1958 PAGE 13 ;

kins taike this method, to thank] .
their many friends who so kind

ly remembered them during his Thank YouI Letter of Thanks,. I
illness. .
andInvitation :I
a We wish to especially thank wish to thank all of you for
Fr. Gibson and members ol your votes on Sept.: 30. You
Christ Church's Altar Guild. have made me your !District
Rev. Blake, superintendent cdSalterls Committeewoman. Precincts 48,
\ Chapel Sunday School; 49, 50, 51, 52, 53. Many thanks
Mr. Cogdell, Mrs. Silva and fel Dorothy BivinsFriendship'
low patrol members of /Bethun*
Elementary School, Mrs. McKellar Garden
For Your . and the summer recreational
AVON PRODUCTS group of Floral Heights, Dr And Civic ClubThe k
See Dazell Simpson and the doctors,
club held Its first meet-
CONTACT nurses and, aides of the 'polio and
MRS. LOUISE COLLIER 1045 N.W. 60th St. surgical wards of Variety ing for the year on Thursdaythe
6th at the home of Mrs.
3138 N.W. 53rd St. After 3 !p.m. Sunday Children's Hospital.We Baillou.
NE 4- 627 Air conditioned for your com
fort. Secluded for privacy. also thank others for donations The ladles freely expressed
Nt your
Lovely 3 bedrooms, full bath, of blood, visits, flowers themselves about' the pleasant
f dining room, equipped kitchen. get well cards, ,toys, books, call experiences this summer. Congratulations -
LOSTMrs. Large lot beautifully landscaped, of inquiry, and gifts of money. to Mrs. Mallle
Hunter who chose to change her t rtTo
front porch. Low down payment. Your kindness will never be
Lillie B. King lost a black EZ terms. Owner. forgotten.Mr. name to Mrs. Ross. W
and white check handbag Thursday and Mrs. J. L. Hopkins The president, in her usual each and everyone of you
night, Oct. 2, containing i a dignified manner presided over who voted for Charles H. Wil-
small amount of money and val the meeting while much impor- liams: I wish to otter my undying
uable papers. The finder is welcome tant Ibuslneess was transacted.The gratitude and appreciation. I
,to the money, but pleas JESCA NEWSThe fellowship hour was high- shall therefore, endeavor to mea-
be +kind enough to return the bag, SEE lighted with informal reports 01: sure up to your confidence and
with the valuable (papers. Than! James E. Scott Community the many and varied summer expectation in the next four
you. Address 3125 NW 42nd St. 1045 N.W. 60th St. Asociation :began its Fall- activities in which the memberswere years as your Committeeman in
Winter Activities the first of the engaged.In District 19, (precincts 48, 4951/ ,
FOR RENTTWO AIR CONDITIONED month. Enthusiasm Is high her usual hospitable man- 52, 53.Now.
among our many old groups as ner the hostess served a full is the time for all Demo-
Lovely 3-bedroom, living well as the new ones which are course turkey buffet dinner with crats to close ranks and work
FURNISHED rooms in new being organized to meet the demands all the trimmdngs. together with mutuel respect and
home. Reasonable rate. Call Nl room, dining room, equipped of the people in our com The meeting was graced with interest for the good of the party -

41707. kitchen, bath, carport, munity. Among the newer clubs the following. guests: Therefore YOU are hereby
are the Young Male Adult which From New York, Mesdames urgently INVITED to share in
BEAUTY PARLOR in good lo- landscaped, city water, meets every Monday 7:30: pm. Marion Russell, Cynthia 'Williams : this work and serve as Precinct
cation. Call FR 4-5913 or WIlson In the Liberty Square Auditor- Rosa Carey, Millie Smith I Captains and Block Leaders.
7-3009 (day or night.) paved street. Priced to sell, ium. Grade School interest and Bloneva Spells who brought I Please contact District Commit-

I low down EZ terms. No groups at Liberty Square Audi- greetings from the Needle Art I teeman at 1213 NW 3rd ave. FR
2 BEDROOM APT. Stove, refrigerator torium Monday and Wednesdayand Club of which they are members 43106.
water free. Only $17 per closing costa. Open Sat. and James E. Scott Homes Tues- Also Mrs. Idella Sands from I
wedfr, 844 NW 70th St. Phone day and Thursday from 3:00: to Key West; Mrs. Marie Taylor, Personal MentionRobert
NA 16953. Sun. after 3 p.m. 6:00: pjn. The Senior Citizens. Mrs. Pearl Wrie Mrs. Henrietta
I 3rd Undsey Billie Parks Mrs. (Bob) Hudson, who has
(Golden Agers 1st and and and
NIC&LY+ \ FURNISHED+ efflclen- Thursday 4:00: pm. at the Lib- I Blanche Dean of this city. been sick at his home, 1521 NW
des for rent 'a* low at $16.50 erty Square Auditorium. New A word of welcome to the visitors 1st court for several weeks, Is
weekly. FAN JEWELL'S GUESTHOUSE members are always welcome to ] came from Mrs. Ross. Expression improving.
520 NW 7th St., phoni any of our groups. of greeting came from
FR 42213. FOR SALEBY Mrs. Spells.
TSHN.AGE FUN NITE Mrs. Wake thanked the hostess Choice Offerings
ROOM for ,rent at 141 NW 9th SUMMONS for the very fine manner in
JESCA' Teen-Age Fun Nite Two lots 50 x 100 each. Good
St. See Miss Montgomery in which she enertained.The .
apt. 1. N8 3.bedroom, 1 bath home, beautifully will be held every Tuesday at meeting adjoined at a location in Washington Park, Ft.
Lauderdale. Price reduced for
landscaped. NW 00th St. 7:30 pm. in the Liberty Square late hour to meet with Mrs.
NICE FURNISHED apartment. Very fine neighborhood.Price Auditorium* 6304 NW 14th eve. Carrie Arnold two weeks hence quick sale
Couple only NE 5-0010. 1870 $11,000 To begin these series of Fun Mrs. Ann Coleman, Pres.E. .
NW 55th Terr.FOR. $1500 down-Balance like rent Nites will be Wally Futch, popular C. Thomas reporter Special SalesTwo
entertainer, will be our guest
nice 2-bedroom duplex -
SALE Beautiful 2.bedroom home on disc jockey. There will be dancing apartments.very All tile features
corner lot In beautiful Orchard ping tpong, checkers; card Ready to move into. Rent from
Villa eetlort. Near Schools and playing and many other interest .. YOUHELP one apartment pays mortgage.
BUSLNQSS: : Property, between transportation. City water, streetlight ing games for enjoyment. Admission Priced low for quick sale.
llth and 12th aves, 62nd st., NW sidewalks. Completely fur. is free and all teen-8>geri _
PL 1-8779. iud' nlshed. are invited. RED CROSS Very nice, large 3-bedroom

I Price $13,000 TEACH corner home with extra lot, with
[ priced with 2- $2,500 first down payment luest cottage to rent and room to
rooms in Heialeah for further Balance like rent Did you know? = FIRST mild 2 more houses. Low down
information call TO 8-4243 before AID paymen.
7 a.m. or after 7 p.m. 2.bedroom stucco home on NW Painting, drawing, drama and :
74th Terr. Near school and trans. dancing are for the very young a Nice 2-bedroom home on quiet
WANTEDBEAUTY portatlon. Full price $7,960. means of communicaion, art street New 5th St. area. Good
$750 down $65 month education in the nursery school condition. Just like new.
OPERATOR at Nelson
of communication -
serves as a means
Beauty Salon, 8151 NW 15th ave. 2.bedroom aftucoo home near : and an outlet for the emotions I Call harry Denny

. Mrs. Flowers. NW 71st st. Price $7,950. and a source of enjoyment. PETER BLUESTEN
WAITRJSSI I $750 down $70 month
at Eva and Bill's For these specials call Parton's Councils for Day Care 530 Discayne Boulevard
Restaurant, 7028 NW 15th Ave.COLLDCTOl centers one and two hive set FR 3-7004
I day or night their dates for Oct. 8 and 14 for UNITED FUND
and Solesman for Phone HI -2U8-1U 8-0173 their initial meetings.
installment route. Must have car.
Married man preferred. Salary Something new has been added -
and commission. I along with the regular activities I PHONE PL 8.0021
CARTER'S CREDIT STORE TAI each group has a rpedal
846 N.W. 2nd Ave. Widow Must Sell music hour set up exclusively HOWARD WARREN
for them. This music hour isgeared
the need and age ATTORNEY AT LAW
to fit
FOR SALE Nearly new CBS home level of each group. Mrs. B. M..
Stirrup of the program department
Private Filling
of these perl-
is In charge
Full $11,490 6301 Blicayne ,Boulevard-Suite 112
Station price ads at Center one and Mrs H. S.
Cash down $890 Stubbs at Center two.
Miami, Florida
Only because of illness of
Parents, these are your centers,
owner' . 4613 SW 24th St. feel free to come in and visit

20 years in same place Carver's Ranches with us at any time. Remember
3 year lease now on through working together closely -
BEST OFFER TAKES IT Call JE 1-5973 we can make our Centers one THIRD AVENUE REALTYHomes
of the best for our children.Barkley's .
Fine opportunity for a good and Lots for tale In all areas of Dade County

Come and look it over Reasonably priced LISTINGS WANTED

Cor. N.W. '5th Ave. Groceries 742 NW 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-3297
and 9th St.

Phone FR 1-1830 S. Hutcheton, Jr., Registered Real Estate Broker

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Non Surgical' Treatment

i Opa Locka Hernia Piles
Rev. A. J. Beard, pastor
Rupture (Hemorrhoids)
On Tuesday night, 8 o'clock, 1 DR. LONG'S CLINIC
Oct. 14, the '.Rev. Sam Gay will
preach at the Mt. Herman AME' general health service
I 21 8. W. 13th Ave.
is cordially
Church. The public
Clturdi invited to hear this man of God. Phone FR 3.2748

to This effort Is for the benefit of Add Life to Yean

Men's Day that will terminateon and Years to Life


BAPTISTRev. Medication
C. J. Burney pastor
TRINITY WESLEYAN Claudia Wilson, reporterWe

THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper" Rev. George E. Johnson, pastor were thankful to God for
I Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter another day that was filled with WHY BE SICK?

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1958 Sunday School................... 9 ajn the spirit. Beginning with an Examination of your Per
Morning worship .................... 11:00: early morning baptism at Virginia onal Ailment plus examl

Young People's Meeting 5 p.m Beach and then on through the nation of heart, lungs,

CONGREGATIONAL BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMrs. Sunday School and our devo- stomach liver gall bladder
FREEWILL tional service of which was fol- rectal prostrate
The public Is cordially Invited I Emily Bethel, chairlman ST. MATTHEW lowed with a high covenant nerve reflexes, blood pressure

to worship with the Congrega- of the Bafoa'i Assembly of Miami, 408 N.W. 21st Street meeting. The Holy Spirit was and urinalysis, Including *
tional Church Fellowship on will tcak; at the Baha'i Center, Rev. J. B. Woodley, pastor high The evening message 'was x-ray as Indicated.
Sunday, Oct. 12, at 5:30: p.m. at 137 NW 11th ave.' 7:45: p.m. Bro. Nathaniel Thomas, reporter delivered by our pastor, text St. FREE CONSULTATION.Clip .
the Bethany Seventh Day Ad- Sunday, Oct. 12. Her subject will this adl
John 19:30: theme, "It is Finished. and bring
st. be "Am I My Brother's Keeper? School was called to
ventist Auditorium, NW 50th Sunday ." It was a message with power Treatments for blood,
and 26th ave. The minister lor All races and faiths are invited. order at 10 a.m. with"the sing': and truly the spirit of the akin or urinary disease,

the evening will be Rev. Howard ing of "Shine on Me, by Bro. Lord was felt. The choirs were piles, rectal, stomach
Huntzicker, associate minister of TEMPLE BAPTISTThe R. Shotwell. The" topic was, "The combined in their song service, trouble prostrate gland

the Coral Gables Community women of Temple are Story of Jesus. also the ushers were combined.We trouble backache, rheumatism
The 11:30: service was
Congregational Church I low
unturned in nervousness,
leaving no order by Deacon Cooper. Rev. enjoyed a short BTU lesson -
for Women's Day, vitality, ulcer, hormone deficiency
ST. FRANCIS XAVIERN.W. Oct.preparation 26. This Sunday, from 4 to Woodley gave us a wonderful' which bean at 5:30. lost vigor arthritis

4th Ave. and 16th Terr. 6 ip.m. they sponsor a "RegisteredTea" message. Our morning services are as and chronic diseases
Phone FR 9-1424 at the church. An interest- At 3 pm. were were Invitedto as usual Sunday School at 9:30: New Location
MASSES ing program has been prepared, Homestead to render servicefor a.m., morning service at 11 a.m. SOUTHERN CLINIC

Daily................................ 8 a.m. and Mr. Lester Albert, well Rev. Stevenson. Night service Evening service now begins at 2847 Coral Way
Sunday....... 7 a.m. & 8:30: a.m known mortician, will be guest was conducted by Deacon 7 pjn. We are asking you to Hours: 106. Closed Wed.
speaker for the oocasion. The Sneed The Lord's Supper was continue' to pray for the sick. and Thurs.
ST. JAMES BAPTIST public is invited. administered by Rev. J. B.
The Willing Workers' Club Woodley. The No. 2 choir sang We want all of our visitors to
323 N.W. 14th St. Deacon A. J. Hanna, president, all day. know that they are always wel- Advertise It Pays!
Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor will (present its quarterly pro- come in our services.
No. 1 choir which has
Sunday Services gram Sunday, Oct. 19 at 4 p.m. The
Sunday School........... 9:30: a.m. All are invited. worked so faithfully and loyallyfor
Morning Worship ........ 11:00: a.m 16 years, will hold its anniversary -

DTU ................................ 5:30: p.m. THE INCARNATION Thursday night through MORTGAGE LOANSIN
Evening Worship ............ 7:30: p.m. Sunday.
Visitors always welcome 1835 N.W. 58th Street Visitors are always welcome. A HURRY
Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar

CORINTH BAPTISTMeets Veronica O'Berry, reporter BETHEL BAPTISTRev. e Prompt service day or night a 1st and 2nd mortgagee

every 2nd and 4th Sundayat Sundays:Winter Schedule L. R. Ross, Pastor e Prepayment privilege In a Grace periods In" every

Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Church School and Sib Nannette Greer, reporter every mortgage mortgage

Church. Adult Bible Class .... 9:30 Richmond Heights
Sunday School....................... 9:30: : aon. Our Service is Professional, Courteous
Morning worship ................ 11:30: Solemn Sung Mass and The Lord blessed us throughout !and QUICK
Sermon .................... 11:00: a.m.
Sunday beginningwith
Evening Service .................. 7:30 the day
E. Y. C. Meeting ........ 6:00: p.m. School which is
Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor
Solemn, Evensong and
rapidly Thanks to the
growing :
and successful gospel preacher. Sermon ......... ............. 7:30: p.m. superintendent and the many INVESTMENTSMiami
BETHANY BAPTIST Tuesday St. Vincent's: Acolyte Guild teachers.All who. failed to attend ser- t FR 7.4812 Hollywood WA 3.7071

3316 NW 50th Street I Rehearsal................... 5:30: p.m. vices certainly missed a spiritual Lauderdale. JA 3.2832

Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor'' Wednesday: feast. Rev. Felder' acting' as pas- ASK FOR MR. KAPP
Sunday School........... 9:30: a.m. Low Mass 6:30: awn tor, delivered for Morning and
Morning Service ............ 11 ajn. Evensong and Meeting of evening two Inspiring and uplift-

BTU ................................ 5:30: pm Guild of Our Lady... 8:00: p.m ing sermons. The Holy Spirit was
Evening Service ............ 7:30: p.m Thursday: truly In the midst. Choir No. 2 aWrlrs asur> JIM.bJtJlJtJlJdIJtJI JdaJIJI J
Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30: p.m. The Choir of St. Michael'sAnd rendered music throughout the

All Angels day, with Mrs. Dorothy Burke at
Rehearsal.."............... 5:30: p.m.
ST. MATTHEW AMEZ the organ.
Friday: SOON
1628 N.W. 5th Ave. St. Cecelia's Choir At 3 Circle No. 1 of the :

Rev. A. II. Ferguson, pastor Rehearsal..,......,,....., 8:00: p.m. home Missionary ot Sis.body Nannette met in Greer the,

Sunday School............... 9:45: ajn
Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m. NOTE: Sundays, Solemn Mass with Sis. Haydier Ferguson pre
High Mass and Benediction. A high devotion was DAY
Evening worship ............ 7:30: p.m of siding. very and NIGHT
the Blessed Sacrament on All conducted by Sis. Loisteen White.
Feast Days.Weekends. The Circle was well attended.
GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. : Low mass on all Our teacher, Sis. Myrtle Ben-
holy and Saints' Days. bow certainly gave the group
James E, Culmer, pastor
Eddie Edwards clerk Solemn Sung Mass, 6 a.m. on food for thought the beautifl way

Sunday School..........,...,. 9:30: a.m all Feast Days. she brought out the, lesson. Sij. WMBM

Morning worship .... ........ 11:00: Greer would like to take this
Westminster Fellowship .... 6 pmt ST. JAMES A.M.E.Dr. time to thank the group for the
gift that was presented to her .

NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. A. Joseph Reddick, pastor by the chairman.In 5000 WATTS ,
Mrs Sadie F. Dean, reporter our prayrs let us rememberthe
James E. Brown, pastor sick and those in need of
Everyone who attended "The Visitors FOR THE TOPS IN LISTENING
Bro. Vandell Bavan, Sec'y spiritual guidance. are
Friendly Church" on last Sundaywas always welcome.
"Take a Chance With Jesus uplifted and inspired by the 800 ON THE DIAL

You Can't Lose," that particular : wonderful services an especially MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev.
phrase Is a very true one and by the great sermons preachedby
it Is the one our beloved pastor our pastor at both morning E. M. Thomas, pastor __ .... urcarmcraar v ..

used for his subject In our morning and evenidff worshlo. Four persons Phyllis Myers, reporterIn W rsrr"srs'ar't>wawrla JlJaJlJtNII '' ''
service on Sunday taking it were accepted into full
I distress I cried unto the
from the Book of Kings, 2:2-3 membership namely: John my SHOP AT
Lord and he heard me. We began -
and our evening message was Pearce, Mrs. Delia M. Bush, Miss witH the
services Sun-
taken from the Book of Paul 1: Theresa 'Johnson, and Marvin our Barkley's Cut RateWHERE
Ser- day School which began at the
I 15, subject, "God's Ready Brown.
usual hour with assistant super-:
vants as in our morning
services, .it was most spiritually All attention is now being directed intendent, Roosevelt Denson in QUALITY UES
delivered. to the 10th Adnual Home- charge. All teachers were presentand

Beginning Monday night Oct. coming celebration which will each class had a large at- 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-2376
tendance. The lesson
13 revival meeting will be held terminate Nov 9. Bro. Dallas was
at the church for two weeks. Stroud has been named chairmanof reviewed \by Rev. Choke.
Rev. W. 'H. Calhoun will render this celebration, and Sis. EdithS. At 11 am. devotional servicewas GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS

the services for Prayer meet- Robinson co-chairman. The conducted by Deacons
Ing preceding: the us. revival is in coordinators of the' following divisions Johnson and Bailey. Music was GIFTS FOR ALL Tweed Cologne .._...... 1.50
furnished by No. 1 choir. Then OCCASIONSSUMMER Tussy Cream
follows Mrs. An-
all of this week. are as
progress services will be : dette McNeal, the Eastern Division Rev. Stephens preached the ser MEDICINE Deodorant ...............__ .50
Sunday coming Mrs. Martha Nicholson the mon, "Lived For Christ. 668 Liquid .._._... .39 .59 Tussy Cologne ...?_... 1.25
usual with Sunday ;
as beginning Southern division Mrs. Juanita Sunday afternoon BTU w a i Gerltol Liquid .... 1.19 2.98 Blue Grass Mist .?..... 2:50:
School the ;
at 9:30 with
I' erintendent: in a.m. followed sup- Mackey the Western division and held at 6:15: with the presidentin BBB Tonic -.. 1.49 Tabu Cologne ,-.,._.. 2.50
charge at Mrs. Victoria* Rutherford, the charge. We had our testimonial Kaufman Bitter ....... 1.35 Heaven Sent Toilet
by regular morning services division. The service which was led by Alfreda 8SS Tonic ........ 1.45 2.35 Water .._...... 1.25 2.00
11 and anotherGod's Mid-western coordinators -
,u a.m. closing out with their Gray. School l Supplies ...-... .... .... SCHOOL SUPPLIES
day with evening group
ser- ,
our Sunday night the devotional :Old Spice Lotion .. 1.00
vices at 7 Choir No 2 will captains are hoping to make this ? -
p.m. service was conducted by the Electric' Fans 10.98 12.49 Zipper I Binders .91. 2.98
will sing throughout the day with the .greatest Homecoming cele- deacon and deaconess. Music was Evening In Paris Binders .............. .29 .59
ushers Board No. 2 at their (post bration in the history of St. furnished by No. 2 choir. Rev.I Toilet Water 1.25 2.00 Loose Leaf Filler
Let us remember the old familiar James. Choke then came with the Pencil and pen Set 1.69

phrase, "Seven Days will night's sermon "Ye Shall Know
The Sunday School begin
Church Service Makes
Without All them by Their Fruit." SHOP AT BARKLEY'S EVERY WEEK
promptly at 9:30: ajn. parents
One .Weak, so let us come out
and take a part in our church visitors and friends are asked to The Lord's Supper was taken Where Price Are Right
come out and bringtheir child- after service and there were a
services and to the friends
many 1201 N.W. 3rd Avenue
number of people.
ren and study God's word. great
thc''Miaml! ) area, we especially
extend invitation to you to worship You are at all times welcome to The public is always welcometo We Deliver Call FR 3-9458 or FR 42376me
at "The Friendly come and worship with us at
at all timeryou
wJt| ,jus any and
are*always welcome. Church." any time. ... -

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Greater Ball BethelBy SpeaksAt -Changes in Your Social Security I Low down Homes payment

By EDWARD CBS and frame. Close In location
Bishop ,W F. !Ball, former (Manager of Liberty City and Brown
pastor of Greater !Bethel AME Social) Security( District (Office( )) THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper" Sub. Monthly payments less than
Church' !before being endowed rent. See us now.
with the high office of bishop of In the first article of this series SATURDAY' OCTOfcfcfc 11, 1958 PAGE 15 Trio Real Estate Co.PL .
the 17th: and 18th districts of I outlined the most important
the South and Central African changes in he old-age, survivors, I -"'- 9-8372 801 NW 54th St.

Conference of the AME Church, and disability insurance I ipcograin. I t fits are also payable to thft disabled area is located at 234 NE 79thSt. I
i i IJ o ,k e at Bethel Sunday.He brought about by the 1958 person's wife if she J\as in .
(land his family are now on amendments to the social secur- her care a child eligible for Beautiful Home on
leave' until December when they ity law. Today, I shall discuss In benefits An estimated t&OOOO In my next article I shall dis- Your Lot
will return to the work in Africa. more detail changes in the lawas dependents: of totally disabled cuss other changes in the law
they affect the dependents of workers now on the beneficiary which affect dependents of retired Unu
retired, disabled, or deceased Insured rolls can qualify for yftvents or Insured workers. ftv
Greater Bethel, Rev. S. A. working peoiple. under tis provision In the fended -
Cousin, Jaistor, was richly (lendoX I feel that the most important law< Carver Plans Family .r M
ed Sunday morning with a changes in this field are those relating Before the enactment tff the &
stirring message from the bishop. to the families of workers I 1958 amendments, an ,ftd parent Bean "t '
IHe promulgated from Mark 10: who have become too disabled however dependent, could
"For Even The Son of for further substantial gainful never get benefit payments\ basedon
25, Man G.
W Carver Branch 'YM' Mrvles
work, and to dependent parentof the earnings of a ( Jor Complete building
Came Not to be !Ministered unto will conduct its- Family Bean
Minister. workers who have died; I daughter If there was a s\i 'iving
But Mo and to give Supper for Residence and Day PLANNING
The first of these important dependent widow, or
His life a ransom( for
many. amendments concerns families of child who was entitled Or who Campers, Monday, October 13 at BUILDING

Did not our hearts burn as insured workers who are no longer could later become entitles to NW 8 pjn.14th at Liberty Square, 6306 FINANCING
this great man imparted words of able; to do substantial gainful payments. This restrlct1c! applied ave. Your Nsw Home
life and 'wisdom to the packed work. While monthly benefit I even In cases whew those The activity is annually sched-
audience.We I payments to qualified disabled survivors never actually became I ule as a family project designed REPAIRINGREMODELING
workers have been made begin- beneficiaries. to bring all campers, parentsand .
are thankful for that great ning with July, 1957, until now, friends together In an even- RENOVATING
and to those who I recall, in particular, case
message did not no payments were possible to ing of fellowship and recreation,
hear it. You missed a masterpiece their families where an. insured worker 'died
payments to them featuring the campers in group Over Twenty Years of
for the lifting of the soul. could not be made leaving' a widow who \fa no
until the disabled songs, stunts, games and Infor- Construction .
longer living him thetlme Experlno.Guarant..d
We say, blessings of health and 'breadwinner reached age : t mal dramatics. Food will be
prosperity 'be upon you and your 65 or died that time. of his death. His sur- served to all in attendance. All ftatosfactlon
companion as labor' for the vivor was an aged moth who
you We of the social security office parents and Interested friendsare
Master. have had occasion to observe was keeping house for Jand invited to attend. For adddi- 1LQ V'CJvl1
L J L.
dependent on him for he. means J Ly
many cases of hardship resulting tional information call the Car-
FIRST UNITARIAN"To from this provision in the old of livelihood. His death \tU her ver YMCA at ITR 4-7829. ((3ro Q.
law. The benefit destitute. A monthly so /M' security c
think or Not to Think," I to disability the disabled worker payments check' as a surviving de- .. -- NE 6-6171
will !be the sermon subject of the pendent parent would hsvft pre-
offset in part his loss of earnings USE OUR CLASSIFIED
Rev. Glenn O. Canfield, ministerof vented this situation. Sag Could 1121 N.W. 29th Street
but they did not
the First Unitarian Church pro- not qualify bengictary Miami
vide adequate protection for his as a COLUMNS FOR RESULTS
Dixie Highway at SW 9th road, however, because the estt'artged .. .
dependent family. The medical -- -.. ... .. ... .
on Sunday, Oct. 12, 11 a.m. expenses Incurred through disability wife was also a survivor,
Church School and the parents
forum at 10:30 are a major financial Under the law, as artiedded! ,
meet : a.m.
problem for most of these fami- this parent would also ,be eligible
Kenneth IE. Bare art teacher lies. I for survivors' benefit payfttents. RAPHU S. WILLIAMS
at Lindsey Hopkins School, will Furthemore the children are An estimated 90,000 aged, Dependent -
instruct ta i aintiragi< and drawing ,more dependent than are the parents can now aijfyly for PRIVATE FOR HIRE
class at the church. Classes will children of retired workers, it Is survivors' benefits undefr this
be held every Monday evening usually necessary that the mother new provision in the law.
through October and Novemberfrom remain at home and not attemptto Since an application must ''be
8 to 10 p.m. The class Is supplement the family income: filed before benefits can \t paid. Ambulance Service
open to the public and Information In many cases the care requiredby persons receiving dlsablHtf Insurance
may !be secured by callingthe the disabled person makes it : benefits, and wh<> pave
church office. Impossible for his wife to w o r ft eligible dependents, should contact FRanklin 3-5900
outside the home. their district office. pa.rnts
A covered dish supper and Insurance protection in tan of deceased workers who were
musical evening will be held on form of monthly benefits Is now I financially dependent on the 'deceased HAVE CASH BEFORE YOU CALL
Friday, Oct. 17, 6:30: p.m. at the provided the disabled person's sod or daughter ghould
home of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Rath, childrn under 18 and any older also contact the social se'uHty
4181 Pomona Ave., Coconut child under a disability begin- office.
Grove. Mr. S. Blair ,Ross, local ning before he 'became 18. Bene- The istrict office servin/ this
attorney, will provide music with
his electric guitar.EBENEZER -

METHODISTRev. "A Living Service For The Living" AT LAST

Aaron D. Hall, pastor
Ernestine L. Hambrick, reporter Range Funeral HomeOSCAR

The men of Ebenezer will have
their day comes Sunday. Yes, itMen's ', AND ATHALIE RANGE, Owner Available To Everyone
Day Sunday and the men

are anxiously waiting to find PHONES: PL 4-7468-PL 1.1331 e
out who will be king. You're invited -
to come out and enjoy a
day or !worship with us. James Oscar Range, Licensed Embalmer Funeral Director LOTS FOR SALEOR
E. Martin, chairman; Ben Stra-

chan, cochairman.Rev. 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami, FM4. -

E. J. Sheppard and congregation -
l tfrom Kerr Memorial .
M. Church, Perrine, will render HOME Of YOUR CHOICEIN
service here on Sunday at 3:00:
p.m. for the benefit of Men's
Day. You are Invited to attend. B. Solomon Fimtral lime -

Parents are urged to send their (Established 1928)
children BeautifulRichmond
to Youth Fellowship on

Wednesday evening at 7:30.: Dignified, Personal, Courteous Service

You are urged to pray for and
visit the sick. They are Sisters Funerals Within Range of Each Budget
Addle Walker. 714 NW 1st Ct.; Heights
Sadie Jones, 1976 NW 4th Ct.;
Drucilla Sears, 1900 NW 19th St.
a!;;t. 3.We Finest Communfty LIvIng Especially For Children
'315 N.W. 16th Street Ph. FR 3-1440

of those acknowledge of you who the come presence to RESIDENTIAL LOTS $1775 to $2950

worship with us and invite you Reasonable Terms
to worship with us always.

HOMES $8350 to $35,000
The St. Luke Baptist Church I

will celebrate its annual Women' I ALBEilTOFFERS
Day program Sunday, Oct. 26 at HEIGHTS OffICE
the g
church 1809 NW 6th ave. All y
numbers of the church are exPected -
14520 Lincoln Boulevard
to attend with en invi- r.N
tation extended to all friends. OUR BEST FOR-THE
The Open Seven Days a Week
general public Is Invited. LEAST TO YOU AND ,
Annie S. Sullivan is general '4 "
chairman of e
activities; Aequllla /

Anderson Williams is Is reporter co-chairman; Rev.; Matilda P. W. Small enough to know Weekdays DiOO a.m. to 8iOO p.m.

Williams is pastor. you Saturday and Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 7sOO p.m.

N '_ ....- Big enough to serve you

NOTICEAll Lester C. Albert Phone CEdar 56262Ask
typewritten double spaced 4
."d on one sheet of paper. Copy. PLaza 8-4707 fort Mrs. Thelma Aranha, Mrs. Peterson or
MUST be 'Into our office by e Mr. 1..edEordBishop
p'"'. Tuesday of each week to _
insure 'fniertlonChurch Editor. 6942 N.W. 15th Ave.



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'MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE Matthews and DR. HOGAN AND Blood Bank and the acute short- 1
age of blood brought about by \1

16 SATURDAY OCTOBER 11, 1958 Graves SpeakersFor "KING" iCOLEMAN patients falling to replace blood
given them in emergencies. \\j
The group began making iplans ,

(Plans have been completed for to contact organizations,
AWARD WINNER Men's Day at Ebenezer: Methodist BANK DRIVEA churches, clubs, etc., to sell them I

!' "' Church, Sunday, Oct. 12. This group' of citizens met Mon- accounts on the idea for of future setting use up by blood their
Day is sponsored by the Methodist -
day night at Ahe John Elliott members. Plans were also made
'I' Men of the Church each year (
Blood Dank of DadeCounty to
for a mass blood donation day
to be the
and this one promises
form the nucleus of
an organi- by the community in the near
best.The zation to bring about a .satisfactory -
future. a
r seaker at the morning :
program to supply blood for
i i service will !toe Clifford R. Mat- indigent patients of this community Members of the committee Include -
, iI thews, a member of the facultyof Dr. N, Colston Cleveland
North Dade JuniorSeniorHigh Turner, Miss Marie White, Elli-
I School. Dr. James E. Hogan, prominent ott J. Pieze, Dr. G. W. Hawkins,
local 'physician, and Carlton"King" Eugene Kemp, Daniel Francis,
Tihe speaker for the evening
Coleman' popular WMBM;
Ed Cook L. Richardson
L. Jr.;
service will be Atty. O. E.
l disc Jockey, were elected cochairman Oscar Range Carlton Coleman,
Graves Jr The Men's* D\y rally ,
. of the group why Otis James, C., C. Miller, Atty.
I will end at the evening service
< adopted the name, Blood Donors
Henry Arrington, Lester Albert
''': with reports from the 43
:' cap Society Plans were immediately -
y tains. Rev. A. J. Reddick, Mrs.
,, ; begun to incorporate the Bertha Perry and Garth C.
> -
PURCHASE. . ',.., .: ,.;'"' The public is invited to attend group as a non-profit organization. Reeves.
: both services and enjoy the well .
.CHRISTMAS: ': : planned programs. James Martinis At the meeting William Imand The" group will meet again
chairman of the Men's Day vice chairman of the board of Monday night, 8:30: o'clock at the

.Ii, .'' \ w ".<;w. activities and Rev. Aaron D. directors of the Dade County Blood Bank to map a program of
" 'SE''ALS' I J! "I .. ... Ball, pastor, states that he Is expecting Blood Bank, told the group about community participation in the
; : : a big turnout. i the work and operation of the project.

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A concerted campaign to get person who received/ cheat X* 8is: Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From |i;"|j

our senior citizens >out for Chest ray. ,, if
X.raysWhen( our ,Christmas Seal
Mobile X-ray Unfit viplted )the Above: Willie Jones, 1422 NW, f : VISIT OR CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645 in 4f I
Liberty City area was launched., 65th lit., fege 86, was the (oldest
An ,award was 'Offered the oldest citizen to receive a chest( X.ray.I I @ rftsIft
f ' ,

I You are invited. Refreshmentswill J / 4i'4 i
!be sold.Airman ftit p

Broward r.',,'" i ....J. ,.
Mark Chapman Jr., .. F ;
County arrived in Carver Ranches Sun u '

day afer spending two years in 1""... .F1t....
NewsBy the, U, S. Air Force. He was Cna Fu.:''
stationed at Phoenix, Arizona. ".' t.

Air Base. He will leave for ..,'1 ....

Alaska after ten days. .t.,"1 _ __ ....

Walter Bow .,1 k.
32nd AnniversaryFor ,".
I",, ....
.. _ _ _____ _____ F.,,:'
The officers and members of Sewing Circle n

Central Baptist Church of Car- .,,.:' tr]
ver Ranches, gave their pastor I You are cordially Invited to e2"u
Rev. E. J. Clark and his wife, a I attend the 32nd Anniversary ol "
surprised trip to Nassau, on Sept. Celebration of te Twilight SewIng 2'n3
" 1\ 26. Rev. Clark reported his trip I Circle Club, No. 1, to be heldat ,
\ f. was highly appreciated and enjoyed St. James Baptist Church, 315
f visiting relatives and' NW 14th St., on Sunday, Oct. 12 II 3;"
.' \, friends. The couple returned at 3:30: p.m. :@ ; f"It;
home last week. Irene Rioterts, president
Lula Ingraham, reporter "
!Rev. and Mrs. Clark lend

g, Crawford special thanks and the to Mrs.committee Edith Letter to The Editor s WHY PAY RENT ?, 1

They stated. "This trip was the
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