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36TH YEAR, NO. 8 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1958 PRICE TEN CENTS 16 PAGES "



Voluntary School Integration ,J!'






Study Ordered in Dade County9YearOIdBoyIilled I I II



'The Dade County School
Board 1 beginning to see the

I { Truck admitting handwriting that on the they wall.see Almost sfchoo

by integration here inevitable, t h f.
board Wednesday ordered a studyto
determine If Orchard Villa
!: 1 iSkmcntsry School could be Integrated
i A' ,': on a voluntary basis, f
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'\ ,,.'', .. NAACP Convention e The school is at 5720 NW 13th I
ave h a neighborhood that has I
gon" almost prcdomdnatly NegroIn
M the past two years. Enrollmenthas I''
1 1r Meets in Daytona dropped from 427' to 2J8 and
the school sill lose* an average
of seven white students every= '
The annual Florida State convention delegates., wec'k' White families continue to
of the NAACP will meetat The convention will close ell out to Negroes and move out
Mt Bethel Baptist Church in following a mass meeting to beheld e as the colored neighborhoodshows
Daytona Beach, Rev E. C. Till- Sunday afternoon, Oct. :20 signs of expanding all the'way
man, paster, beginning next at Moore1 Gym at Bethune. Dr. ,III MF to NW 7th ave.. from 54ta
Thursday, Oct 23, and coninu- John A. Morefell, assistant to to 62nd streets.
la through Sunday; Oct. 26. Roy Wilkins, national exeecutivo R The board on Wednesday de-
A highlight of the meeting will secretary of the NAACP and an ,a>'ed decision! on application of
't; be the Keynote address which outstanding administrative authority four Ne:.ro students to enter
k in the field of social Orchard Villa The students live
statistics
"f ;' 1 kr will ba delivered! at the opening I _.. ..
I' ......r tension: on Thursday night by A will be the speaker at the - ----- either across the street or t w o
:' Leon Lowry, president of the Closing meeting. Rev. William Williams, executive block, from the school, but have
:r. ...... Florida Council of Branches of Delegates and other representative I director of the Dade Coun- to attend Holmes Elementary 10 ;"i
this NAACP. The annual free- from NAACP branchesin ty Council of Community Rela- blocks away. Holmes 1< overcrowded !
V....; fisdr . dom Fund Dinner will be held all section of the state of tions, will be the dedication and on double session. :r
Friday night, Oct. 24, at Faith Florida, will attend the convention speaker at the official opening of Study of possible Integration '
A nine-year-old boy his Hall at Bethune-Cookman Col the new James E. Scott Community ! of Orchard Villa School wa,? lug- ',t
: head impaled on the hood ornament Association headquarters gested by Jesse Yarborpuan. Jul
of a small truck was lege.The: main topic for discussion CHILD IN SEX at: 1133 NW 66th st. The program school board member ,and former: Tj
dragged more than 50 feet to, his. dyrlnj: the convention;: will be will begin at four o'clock county commissioners: who emphasized \
)- death Saturday morning.' V6trr Registration Jn Florida.." ,CASE TRIES and open house will be observed that what he proposedwas ",
Police said the victim Eric The NAACP will develop I thereafter (see story on page 2.) a study and not a sudden
Williams 1162 NW 14th ave.' wat ,; cal! program In which organ- SUICIDEHaunted move to integrate f''
struck down as he crossed 71st ization' in all dUos will be call FISHERMAN He also emphasized' that the I
st., near hIlt home. lie was dead ed on to join the voter registration old by fhame, a 10-year- move, if it is made,! at all, would I
girl tried to end her short,
on arrival at Jackson Hospital. drive. The NAACP will lead confused life with an overdone i DROWNSLeon uo on a voluntary basis and that
Police charged the truck driver the drive and the others will fol of no family White or Negro ;-- 1;
sleeping pills. '
,. Isaac Smith, 23, of 61B3A NW low The child, victim of at Miller, 47, of 1450 NW I would be required to send children
rape 1st ave., drowned when he at- school \II'
with to the
11th ct., reckless driving
the age of eight, had been
VOTER REGISTRATION ques- temped to retrieve a fishing polo
I resulting! in a fatality. Smith told WORKSHOPJohn tioned by police! Thursday about from the canal the Tami- I /:
along
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police the child ran in front of .u. ..
I another sex case after she was ami Trail. Metro homicide detectives -
i his truck. lie was jailed on $1,000 iM. Brocfos: voter regis- found in a parked car with'a 54- said Monday. I
l: bond. tration director for the NAACP yeaf-oU man. The officers said Miller was
t. Metro Accident Investigator will conduct, two workshops on The man: Charles L. Johnson, fishing' about 30 miles from here I,
f'i, Fred Fuqua sad! the truck laid voter registration during the 6224 NW 22nd ct. was Jailed: Cm at 6i9: ( p.m.. When he lost hit
\ down 80 feet of skid marks before convention. One of the !Work- $1,500 bond and charged with I pole, he got into a small skiff to ,
striking the boy and ovet- shop will be conducted for ministers three counts of child molesting; retrieve it, lost his balance and
turning a nearby parked car ; and the other for other Continued on page 8 I fell Into the water )

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\' Joseph Louis Gibson, 27, described -
\ by police as a "knife 1r i
U Til'i craz/. maniac," was sentenced to
l life in prison Monday after he
cidi'd: guilty to the fatal itab-
b'n of Fredericka Sweeting, 17,
a DTW high honor student, on a
bu l last July,

t Circuit Judge Robert L. Floyd

otdcrrd the maximum sentence .._ ...-
r :.i lbiori immediately after his I
.:t ruC.l' lUrmau Methfessel, The Miami Times Join with
'unJ.'cf: the<< pica: : to' guilty to sec I the three Greater Miami dallies
:" fond Degree murder in congratulating! Mrs. France
jr. CJb: .on originally pleaded In- fester Mlllrr of 419 NW 14th
I noc: n, and wall scheduled to go St., a beauticians' as-Jttant at
n trill next week for first de- Jacques ,Beauty Salon, Miami
r murder, The ohange in plea Beach. She was: awarded the
f definitely saved him from thee week's Courtesy Award by the
ctrJc chair Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce -
for "courtesy to custo-
interest t in the case has been
I mers" and "services rendered"
i ' In-c the wanton killing In .
Jacques' patrons.The .
; '( slaIn ande
/ .1. girl's family and
smiling comely matron -
. Y :t henry! were not pleased
+ 1 jy JI 1 wife of JimmIe Miller, hat, ,
with ths of
outcome the
case
been an employ at the Jacques
.\ j Uant, State Attorney MaxK Washington Avenje branch for
:.Jr ,1 t'fl, adopted the new plea on 14 years CM. rmion! of con- j
grounds that OU>;on was rru-n- gratulatlong poured IQ from Miami (
cL.tlcrnt.: Beach Mayor Kenneth Ohm!
__ I M':!Mec! told the judge that and other city officials: at wellas
r j b.o.1: could not control him- dozens cf friends ani acquaintances. '.
__ i -.1 and acted without premed 7
...."1 :Irn abe he stabbed Miss A native of Tifton. Ga; Mrs.
... t'wec'n'J! on i Liberty City Miller! has hu been a ret Went of
H i ul.t: last July Miami for 14 years She attends
I GR>icn hid escaped from the Trinity CMC Church and eon It>
One of the highlights of the 59th GenJ the retiring presiding Bishop, the Rt. Rev. city stockade, where he was itd'rs( "mskta people! happy I
:, eral Convention of the Episcopal' Churchwas Henry Knox Sherrill. The huge convention serving terms for unprovoked foremost among her hG bJes. I

the official reception at the Miami which attracted 20,000 delegates and knife attacks on four other wo- Powecsslng a winsome, person
, ality. Mrs. Miller well deservea
Beach Exhibition Hall for all Bishops visitors to Miami and Miami Beach men.When I .,
he was captured a few the $29 War Bond thai .<* *. j
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I. Deputies, ,delegates ,and visitors to meet closes today. ;. Continued on page 8 panics the courtesy awa-rd."' . J I ,
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I KICKS OFF BLOOD DRIVEr I I &oxtn; eartr :n the o r yP HHn_y DRUG STORE

period and stOPPle every
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To Everyone

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night' in,Tampa. It, was the I FOR SALEOR
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v\ MORE THAN THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' New.paper"

,,100,000 NEGROES SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1958 PAGE 3

( REGISTERED IN -

BALTIMORE few weeks. "Together with my they sent over a note: "R o c k s
1 husband, I've stood watch with time, but dynamite t he
I iBALTIHORE: As a result of a gun. We've had to take shifts next." Of course, police complainthat II IIthIs
\' an intensive drive by the Baltimore guarding our home." they can't keep a man there
1 AQCVr If rnroER The last time vandals
: branch of the National A> came uo all the time.
: sociaticn for the Advancement
i of Colored People a total of 101-
THE DERT WALLACE Band wi)' celebrate his 4th birthday | 771 Negroes In this city have
sp 't 'h-n, Andv Gump took Saturday with an Indian Party ?: registered to vote in the Nov. 41' '
over partnership in a music out- at his parents' Opa Locka home election, Mrs. Lillie M. Jackson, GO FIRST CLASS
fit in Tampa. Bert', glging with . Atty. Henry Arrinjton is due president of the Baltimore
Leroy Lang band at Club Royale back from California this week- 'NAACP, reported
. The Daughter Elks of Greater end where he attended the na
Miami Temple No. 769 are tional convention of ''Public hous-I "When we started this drive a
America's
.with
having a Hallowe'en Costume ing commissioners The Miami year ago, Mrs. Jackson said, . GOLDEN 1
"we set a goal of 100,000. We are JIOOER '
Roundup at the Harlem Square Housing Authority sent him
Friday, Oct. 24. Contact Dt. along with the other commission more than hsuip.y that we have Finest Bourbon CAP
ROller. Dt. Rivers or 'Dt. Saunders members. reached" that coal and gone over

for reservation . Phyllis I it. in a handy
Wheatley Elementary presentsthe i GEORGE KILPATRICK has Also, the leader of the NAACPin
Famous Brice Trio at BTW' moved his Spic! and Span Market Baltimore said, a drive is!
audit Nov. 5 at 8. into his own building at 4801 underway to elect five other pocket flask t
NW 27th ave. . The prettiest I, Negroes to serve with Senator \
THE DEDICATION and, Open setting in town for an outdoor 1 I Harry Cole in the Maryland
House cf the J. E. Scott Community club tea is the spacious JESCA State Legislature.
A s'n is Sunday, Oct. 19 tree-shaded lawn at 1133 NW i .
at 1133 NW 66th st. Go out and 66th st. The facilities have been [ Arkansas Children
see. The time U 4:30: . The open to the public. I I
Improved Pallbearers Lodge No
-- Refusing Scholarships
1 invite you to their 3rd Annual CLYDE KIL. I

Educational Benefit Tea Sunday (UENStakel'mother LJTTLE ROCK (CNS) -I I YEARS
Oct. 26 at Dixie Park audit [
notch in Mrs, Daisy Dates and her gallant
Sometime this note pad is hardto his great gem little band are all standing fast OLD/
dig, especially after a weekend joC successful
despite the fact that the sIx
however, I am posting BilJ (entertain m e itentenarises. t children remaining have been
and Cortez Bailey a, Booker ( : lie'smoved offered all kind, of scholarships
Terrace
acquaintances. into the
from over the world.
|Mary Elizabeth
iesta Room "All of them '
MAMIE BONDU (Dorsey Jr. prL commented Mrs.
HI ? Convention for the 83 PROOF
Davie was in town last Wednes- reopening of Central
day on an emergency visit I in August This ,beautiful! High." v & 100 PROOFBOTTLEDIN80ND
Noulla James (Rudy's TV Cen- spot, which just seemed not to She herself with her husband
ter secy) tonsil op at Mt. Sinai get support under other mana has had to take watch over their '
Hospital Monday was satisfac gerial hands, is on it, way. Yep,, home which has been stoned v k\\ /a QUARTS
tory. She's home . That Eva on 2nd Ave. it's Clyde's Fiesta: upon many time, during the last: v PINTS
Mae Corie and Room. NALP PINTS
Ernest Stebbins
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altar trek is Oct. 26. Sorry 1 &'''-1'' m. I
rushed it five days earlier . I OUT ON 75th ST., home of J. B.
Lawrence B. (that's the fellow the Jim Jam, "C Major" and that SMITH /
who has to read this trash while most popular entertainer in these ELECTRICSERVICE '(!)IY )
jetting it on the Lino) and parts, Wally Futch, opened last '
Claudia Cooper saw another week . Richmond Heights+
nuptial anniversary slip by Women's Club's Pre-Halloween "
last Friday, the 10th. It was also Dance is set for Oct. 25. For Electrical) ContractorHOUSEWIRING
Claudia's natal day. Congrats to reservations, CE :5-3266 . ft -
both. Thanksgiving Festival and GiveAway
tickets for Holy Redeemer "Don't cut Call UI" : Jl I t
BARBARA JEAN STRACHANand and St. Augustine's Churches I -I- p1
James Patterson are making: are on sale. The gala event will PHONE NE 5-3058

plans for their merger the latter ccme off Nov 21 Night or Day ..
union Hinuutti OIL
part of November . Master #
Sgt Theodore Wyche furloughed I WHAT'S KEEPING Miami .,.......T_ # # 'leer/ NUMilftttfMililouitwinxrucn. Tnalnrl"S
home with the famly . Ella i bartenders from organizing? Local 1
Mae (school marm at Bunche White bartenders just strucka Advertise It Pays i
Park) and son Michael ended i local bar for using barmaids at ..
theirs this week. lIe's stationed In wages below te $65 a week minImum -
Texas . William "The World" ( union scale. We know a
Cleare had to make another I, lot of colored barmaids who ietonly ,
trip down South to be at the $30 a week. C'mon fallas. :
bedside of hl, mother. He was Let', get together. e e /

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RADIO STATION

CASE YOU missed Charlie :
Anderson Jr. and Anthony Al- : GIVES AWAYKING'S
bury, they are attending Barbers'l
College in Texas Too
lows have to 'go so far for the BOOK
trade I t I Lawrence Adderley Jr.
reported a very satisfactory A free copy of Martin Luther
meeting of the Brotherhood of King's "Stride Toward Freedom: ,
Railway Carmen held in Kansas The Montgomery Story" to listeners r
City, Mo., recently. He. seekinga of New York's radio station -
higher office !In the organization WMCA who sent In a jac-
that's open. ket from a copy of the book was
r offered by the station's ownerson
MARY WILLINGHAM was the October 1. Unique in the pro
only student from Miami to grams' history, the free book offer -
make the Florida Normal College followed a taped address Dr.
honor roll . Happy to see chic King had made to the Bronx
Maxine Bethel back in town . Council of Churches.
Marie Adams ex-iNorth Travel Requests for interviews from
Bureau secretary who made' good radio and television as well as
in Larry Steele's Smart Affairs for speaking engagements con-
show on the Beach last season, tinue to pour in for the 29yearold -
is doing OK in New York as amedel. leader who last Friday left
She's pictured in JET this the Harlem Hospital. Still con-

week. valescing from a near fatal attack ....
r made on him at an auto- '
IOTA PHI LAMBDA sorority graphing book event in a Harlem I
had a party Saturday night at department store Dr. King
the 'Slim" Bannisters. Two sor- is staying at the home of friendsIn & & '
ors from Toledo Ohio attending Long Island New York. He
the Episcopalian convention were will return to Montgomery later I
honored guests . Erroll Mlzell this month.

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"Before the authority starts i We want to welcome the
PAGE, 4 SATURDAY OCTOBER 18, 1958"' COMMISSIONERS I federal housing In a well-kept Daughters wo are ,coming back
'to the Temple by
home neighborhood, it reinstating and
KILL 500HOUSING single should go into Coconut Grove by paying dues in arrears. In
I and clear! up seme of the bllgnt- unity we stand; divided we fall
UNITS cd slum area," Commissioner Call in for reservation: Upstairs
DuBreuil! said.I O. Rogers, FR 1-9131; H River,:',
killed Gccrge;
Miami! co--.m.r), oners I i|I NE 5-2703. Downstairs, G. Saunders -
500 public housing units for the ITR{ 9-2971.
city Wednesday by refusing to "Co- | ;
reinstate an eight-year-old ,
TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ELLIS operation greement" with the For Fun j BURGLARNABBED
"The Times Are And We Are With Them" .
Changed Changed Miami Housing Authority.The ,
-- -----_ commissioners pegged f According to the sales of tickets ; $10,000
Greater
Office at 1112 N.W. Third Avenue Miami Florida-Phone FR 3.2236 their refusal on one authority I the Daughters:- of LOOT SEIZEDDet.
I Mimi: Tem,!.e No. 769 are making
Plant at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone PL 4-6128 plan which would have erecteda
-- ---. ---- 72-unlt project on a 6.75-acre plan for your happiness.I James J. Fowler and I B.
I for the
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927, at the Post Office at tract bounded by SW 8th and Costjme--of you like, Graves of Miami Shore Police
Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876H. 13th !ts. and 29th and 30th aves i I I Hallowe'en Costume Roundup. I Department recovered mere than
$10,000 in loot after the arrestof
E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor James Thomas, 38, a confessed
GARTH C. REEVES, Associate Editor and Business Manager Some interesting and what might be termed hot ses- burglar The haul included
sions took place in the House of Deputies. Notably so, was 271 sets of ear rings, 65 brace
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association
restrictions against divorce lets, 53 women's brooches, 2C(
tightening
Member of the Associated Press the discussion over
Negro rings, 20 watches, 12 suits, 25
aimed at priests to
pre-
remiarriage. Also measure
"' and a shirts, 3 television sets and 9
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: vent remarriage of one who had been divorced. These radios. Thomas raid he had tak-
ONE YEAR $4.00 SIX MONTHS $2.50 .' THREE MONTHS $1.60 were defeated by both clerical and lay delegates. en them from Greater Miami

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" Integration, as was to be expected, was not coun- area homes in the past four
THE NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the world tenanced by the majority of the House of Deputies.The months.' He was charged with
from racial and nations! antaglonlsms when It accords to every man House of Bishops recommended integration in breaking was set at and$10,000.LOTS entering. His bend
regardless of race color or creed hit human and legal rights. Hatingno
in fact, just plain
church, schools, housing, restaurant, --
man, fearing no man-the Negro Press strives, to help every man integration.But FOR SALE
in the firm belief that all men are i hurt as long as anyone Is,held back.
----. -- Southerners from South Carolina, Georgia, Ala- Easy Terms

bama and some others, put up a howl, and the sweeping Build on lot
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK your
resolution by the House of Bishops met defeat in the or mine

INTEGRATE DADE SCHOOLS? House of Deputies.The We take care of
The Dade County School Board at its meeting on convention, on the whole, was interesting financingNO
Wednesday took its first real step toward integrating other than the rejection of these measures, was a great! I MONEY DOWN
Schools in Dade County. At least, that is how the board's success. Cash paid for your lots 01
action seemed to the general public. j home

The board is about to consider a plan, or make a CORRECTIONIn I Baron, JE 8-1340
study to learn whether the Orchard Villa Elementary .
there 13
last week's column we said were parishes - --
School can be successfully used as a "pilot" school to What'we '
Diocese.
created
in the Roman Catholic newly
start integration on what it calls a voluntary basis. meant was that, here were 13 counties. There are 89 .........AlrtpSUFFERERS
-Orchard Villa school is located at 57th street between i
13th and 14th avenues in a section now largely populated parishes. ,!j

,by Negroes. .1'0'1 MVC HIT MUTTLS A.. IlUlllUn.
There is before Last at the Church of the Incarnation we rTTHkKUMA BMOVO M.MU .$..
a case the court asking admission of Sunday M KM IUItAT S rCMVULH...,AT.roa .
four' Negro children living in the Neighborhood to this were pleased to meet the Rev. Jonathan S. Adenizi. He .TaArr-fOat uusr or rw KAUM
Lee nx
.no- AM TOO
school. attended services during the day, and preached at the MAVriOMI O*aAaNa.uo.n: OOCTOO.IsaIVI HUKXn M.wo..we..i.N .*-

Following the board's action on Wednesday, Attorney evening service. Fr. Adenizi is traveling under a grant

for the NAACP, G. E. Graves, said that his clients, wouldbe from the government. He is pastoring in Nigeria. While i ; .:.I
: wait reasonable time for decision. here he visited the General Convention at Miami Beach. I" { :
willing to a a
----...._..... ............
Governor Leroy Collins lost no time in endorsing the< -- -
action' of the school board in calling for this study or
possible integration.' He calls it a wise decision.We .
have always felt that Dade County could lead!
the"way in Florida in some manner or other, in an attempt
to carry out the ruling of the Supreme Court. Perhaps we MEASURE OF A REAL BARGAIN .
were, wrong, but that is still our opinion.
This might not be the (answer to our integration prob- era

lem, but it is worth trying the experiment. It, could pre-
vent further pressure from the courts, ,which' if nothing
No doubt about it! Today, we eat better,
is is
definite
done, sure to come. "
sleep cooler, play morel! We enjoy the "

METRO SIX TAKE OVER world's finest standard of living because"
VT y
At 'Tuesday's meeting of ,the :Metropolitan Commission we use electrical servants to lighten v ti','

the; old,order* had to give way to the new. the work, brighten the home . live .
First of all the commissioners elected
one of the new
better Yes what was once alight
electrically ,
,
members, Walter Weiss, as its chairman, replacing chairman .
Ralph Fossey. bill" is today a bill for electric living a"'

They also made some new rules that should save! the . a true measure of America's great

taxpayers a few thousand dollars. That's not so bad. progress your progress toward a happier, ,

They also ruled that six private secretaries must go: more carefree life". . electrically!
the chairman will be the only one to have a secretary, for
the present, at any rate. The secretaries will not lose their
jobs, but will be used for work in some other department.
A pretty good beginning. If the commissioners get
sirnuMf mm ELEiflpil K m i/ccur/ MUM in row itrocrr
down to real business and work closely with county man A S

ager Campbell, Metro should soon be taking on new life
'.m sons FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY '

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GENERAL CONVENTION CLOSES "rtutaw' (, '
.... ..
The 59th General Convention of the Episcopal

Church held at Miami Beach closed its sessions on Friday. .
The next triennial will be held in Detroit, Mich., in 1961. ,
.
The new Presiding Bishop is the Rt. Rev. Arthur ,,: "5

Carl Lichtenberger, Bishop of Missouri, who takes over ...., ,.. ,-, ,- ;, ':-...'":,.:'-
next month. D "

The retiring bishop, the Rt Rev. Henry Knox Sherrill 1 IS.
and Mrs. Sherrill were honored at a dinner on Tuesday -'", t :
evening in Miami Beach's Exhibition Hall when more .

than 3,000 persons were present f

The Rt. Rev. Norman Nash, retired bishop of Massachusetts "' "' ('1

was toast master. a
" Speakers included: The Archbishop of Canterbury, ja a
Mr., Harvey T. Firestone Jr., Mrs. Theodore Wedel, pa
The Rev. Henry W. Sherrill, the bishop's son ; the
Rev. Robert W. Barnes, Rt. Rev F. W. Goodin, Bishopof
Virginia, the Rt. Rev. Hobson, bishop of Ohio; Rev.
William Crawford of the Seabury Press; Robert Har- ",
.,, .....
chairman of ', ,
the National
greaves, Canterbury Associa- ;,; .
tion, the Rev. R. S. M. Emrich of Michigan and the Rt. -, , '-I .l. I ,
Rev, ,Edwin A. Penick, bishop of West Virginia: who prosentecfra !.": i.,
gift check ($45,000) from church members "

throughout the church for Bishop Sherrill's personal use ''Ii7'
after his retirement.Mrs. .

Sherrill received a necklace and other gifts.

Another presentation Was a bound and printed %
volume of tributes from every bishop in the American
Church and a host of friends.


Yet another recognition was an anonymous gift of yE
$100,000 in ,honor of Bishop Sherrill, for the West Lobby 4 Mb1s

,;t of the new Interchurch center in New York City.



FROSH BACKS FROM CARVER STAR I THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper"

I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1958 PAGE S

4, .",I' ,
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PRINCIPALS, meetings. All persons desiring
advanced accomedatlonx'hould
I
: SUPERVISORSTO communicate with. him as soon t:
tw. f I as wosible. I'I '
MEET \*
Many outstanding consultants i
a Thursday and Friday, Oct. 24 in the field of education will
b '' and 25 ave been designated by address the group and serve as
he Slate Department of Educa- consultants as the vital I problems y
ion for the Annual Fall Meeting in education are -dkcussed and
if tha Supervisors and Principalsof explored.
tt (the State of Florida
Dr. D. E. Williams, rpecialist
: n education, W, E. Combs, sup-
ervisor of e.emeniary school, arc
} :pjaj'heading It.' program. James FR' 9-1703
A. ugvr, dir ctcr of. public' relations "
of Bethune-Cookman College -
'I states that Moore's gym- Call TAYLOR
pssmm has been designated: for
the general assemblies and group

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Eugene Cambridge, A&T College half- later.
back, steps out of bounds inches short ofa Cambridge, a star with the championship -!
touchdown as the Aggies defeated Carver High School of Miami last
South Carolina State College, 16-14 in a year shared ground gaining honors with
game played at Greensboro, N. C. last another freshman from the same school,
Saturday. The Aggies scored two plays Joseph Taylor, also at halfback.

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MNNNNNNN.N I has been elected to serve
as new chairman of the Dade
Hurricane Janice rcnce Prince, were given a hot County Chapter, National l Foun-
Bahamas very hard in time by Hamilton. At least seven dation.
Nassau high waves hots were fired at the police }
Brunstettcr, senior member ol
ships at the Market Dock during/ the chase but none was Feo
the firm of Branstetter, Netter
vessel capsized and hit. Hamilton was finally sub- '..00'ilKA !
damaged, and a dinghy ; dued when one of the officer and Buchmann, wall chosen at a
ed, drowning 65-year-old clipped him on the head and recent luncheon meeting of the
board of directors '
In the Biscayne
-
liam Johnson. Trees an arm with hill baton.
cal installations throughout : Terrace Hotel. .:iI&J1.flt1L."D1
Island of New Providence The much discussed case of He succeeds A, j. "Jack" D WHII"lt ii
fered damages. Randol Fawkes was to be triedon Cleary, who was chairman of the .... --.......+ .....
On Oct. 7 it wa, Oct 14; but since his council chapter since Its founding in .....DllTIUJ"' ,
18 persons had perished could not arrive from Jamaica in 1939. Cleary is now chairman <<)C t
the Haitian sloop Dien time, it was proposed to be traversed emeritus.
went down off South End, to the January Sc lon.
Island. The next day they However the case: will come up Brunstetter has been vice
all reported to be safe at for trial on Nov. 19 when the chairman of the chapter since its
ence Town. Some of the Chief Justice is to call a special founding, and helped to form It.

the Islands storm were, but badly there was La't session.
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of life. :Rolle The, wedding daughter of of Mis Commissionerand Maria I Autumn TeaSan

In the Supreme Court on Mrs Jcmes Rolle, and Con- Salvador Chapter No. 120,,
7, James Ercfcine Hamilton stable. John of the police force, Order of Eastern Star most cordially Fleischmann'i has more Proof-90 I'rooras compared
sentenced to 12 years took place at St. Agnes Oct. 10. Invites you to attend Its with all other leading blends. They are only 86 Proof.
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August 25, Hamilton, Once again the Bahamas Oct 19, 4 to 8 pan at satisfaction. And rieltclimann'i: surprising mild
from "girl friend Brotherhood 1 lA making an appeal -: the Elks' Rest, 329 NW 16th Ter,, new and exceptional smoothness tell you that you're getting
raised; a fuss at the to friends for away and at Aurella the highest quality In every bottle.That's why ncl hmann's
Roger Farquharson and home, to help, someone and Mildred Johnson Major is W. M. and offers you to much more than any whiskey in America.J
chairman.
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called, and when the jeep time. The Exumlan Eleva- BLENDED WHISKEY 90 PROOF 65% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS
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and rebuked the advocates
ABHORRED 0J
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" GOP MAD AT POPE racial discrimination and segre
I RACISM TOBIAS gation in any country.NonCatholics .
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1958iii POWELL FOR as well as

.. ASSERTSNEW Catholics have sustained
------ STAYING A a grie-
vous loss and Join In mourning
DEMOCRATNEW YORK Pope Pius XII his passing. We ,way that his
"abhorred racism and rebuked successor may be possessed of
YORK (CNS-I1ar-) the advocates of racial discrimination similar qualities.
tem leaders of the GOP are madat and segregation in any
SOUNDOFFPVT. Adam Clayton Powell for announcing country," Dr. Channing Tobias,
he would stick with the chairman of the Board of Directors
Democrats after Tammany boss of the National Associationfor
KELSEY "KIT" COLLIE Carmine DC Saplo made peace the Advancement of Colored
with him thl, week with much People, said here today in a
elaborateness.Said statement mourning the passingof
the Pope.
T pen to a young man-any young Harold Burton, an old The full text of Dr. Tobias'
man. Likewise, persons who have timer in Republican politics that statement follows: i $ $
NOTE: Today we begin a series previously been in one of the the Powell's endorsement of the When I was a member of the
of article which we have dubbed branches of service, who liked It, Democratic state ticket was a United State, delegation to the
"This Life We Lead," a brief have told: opinionated stories I surrender to "bossism." He has United Nations in 1951, my wife
study of the men, the training, the about the good times, travels, "returned to Tammany Hall and I'cnt to Rome for the
service. Far too many people the foreign women, the fast buck and boss De Sapio's saylittleand Chris.mas holidays. We were
know so little about what' ,its 'and the easy living. do-nothing rule," continued received by Pope Pun XII in a
going on In the lives of our mili- And !o' the unknowing youth Burton. Others are calling, private hearing. We found him WITH
tary men and woman' perhaps I finds himself in an atmospherethat Powell as pulling a "doublecross. most gracious and pleasing inmannr .
we can assist In bringing this I is completely ccntrary :to Powell immediately answereed recognizing that we Kan.Kil _
knowledge to you. We don'tpromise :'anything he has heard or dreamed. were Protestants, thus showinghis
"Mr.
by stating: Burton evidently -
to all this and I
answer questions IIe rebels a.ainst
breadth of spirit. Our conference
doesn't read the . If
but we do promise to try. for the "sw et serenity"of papers
yearns
he did he would] know that Mr. : was facilitated by his
I home and his friends lIe loses:::
command of the English
Harriman (Governor of N.Y. easy
)
We had the occasion to speak his identity among thouands of up
and Mr. langu-tge. His understanding of
Do Sapio's
statements
with an 18-year-ojd who recently I other young men, volunteers,
this
racial froblem in
clearly indicated that they con our COMMUNITY
In the for DRUGS
enlisted army a periodof draftees and those very unpopular -
I He
remarkable. was
fessed they were wrong and that country was
three He had left Guard who
high National
years ;, arc.
: with strugglefor 6750 N.W. 15th
sympathetic our Ave.
they acknowledged I leader
was ,
school shortly before completing I trained for six months and re-II
and that I equality of citizenship. His
Uth was made associate
grade. When asked why he leased.A -
campaign manager of the sljtc public utterances indicated that
suddenly left school volun-1
and fellow who leaves high I ticket on my terms, not theirs, he recognized no color line in
leered for the service, he replied Give to The UF
school and enter, the service, just., humanity. He abhorred, racism
that he didn't know.
really
This intelligent, teenager from on doing the a verge grave of injustice graduation to him-is I purging I "'-... "" ., "" "" "'- "" .... "" "" ............ .................

a mldaleclass, Midwestern fam- self. He may think he is doing .--
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ily simply wanted independence,
the right thing, but in the long
before, there Is the
freedom from his parents and a possibility
run, he will find out that he has
chance to travel. Now, after six that they would not ,be in a stateof
lost some of the most valuable Johnson of MiamiDinners
months, he was disillusioned, time in his life. For it is during frustration now. Perhaps they
frustrated, fed up, ready to quit. this critical period that he is Aould be better soldiers, better
,
lIe had thought of going man, a better person. Parties
even moulding his life in terms of the Weddings Passports
AWGL, but gave up the idea kind cf adult he i is going to be. NEXT
WEKK: We will con- Home Movies
when he realized that he would
It then he is alert
is that more tinue with I
part of "This Life
only have to spend Just that
much more tune in service six much and learn more the ready things to which experience will We Lead" Don't forget, your Baby Pictures A Specialty
months Imprisonment, plus the comments are requested. Until
time he has left for his tour of I help; him later. next wed . .au rcvcir. 409 N.W. 17th Street FR 7-2294

duty. Anyone who believes he
I i
So many other teenagers find find a better life, a kind of can independence .. "" "'-.... "'- "'- .... .... "" ... ... ..............

themselves in similar situationsand that will mean complete WHY BE SICK? I7 ssiplalla Afo7omra9.c9 m >a 7 x7a7af 7 7alolklosalp..A7 ialralKf ... ..aiN.tiwl
don't know exactly how Hall freedom, in the armed ser- >
Examination
came about or why. And vices jUt hasn't found himself sonal of your Per
still more and more youth He hasn't Ailment plus examI-
are grown to the point' nation
of
doing the same thing. They feel where he can think for himselfor stomach, liver heart, lungs, SOON I
,
gall bladder
the army will 'give them a cer- adjust to the fast changing rectal I
prostrate,
,tain sense of security as well as trends of society. He will.never nerve reflexes, blood
independence' ,but they soon find security, because he Is basically and pressure
find, much to their dismay, that insecure, no matter wherehe urinalysis' including -
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Just what seems to be the misleading short, he is running away from Clip and bring this adl
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omething they can't cope with.It prostrate gland
way oat of their adolescent is trouble, backache
amazing Just how many :, rhtu-
rebelllon'l'irst unstabic people there are among matlsm, nervousness, I low
of all, most of these teen- the so-called sane members of vitality, ulcer, hormone deficiency i
agers haven't yet discoveredwhat society. The army certainly isn't lost vigor, arthritis 5000 WATTS
they would like to do when 'ho pace: for these people, and I I. and chronic diseases.
they become adults Many of i io.Ast where they belong is not New Location i io
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PUNPHUN I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1958 PAGE 7

Along Freedom's Road .
By PHIL 0880FERI NAACP Announces p.m. The October 23 meeting U
for the of selecting the
By RUTH PERRY ...................-.................. Membership MeetingThe Nominating purpose Committee for the
- - - - ----- . .
II 1 .1. Annual Election, which will be
I see where the segregationists regular monthly member-
According to the Constitution I I brought before it from the Fla are probing new fields. Now it's hip meeting, of the NAACP will held at the regular monthly
and By-laws for branches of the courts.It school segregation by sex. Perhaps be held Thursday evening Oct. meeting Dec. 4.
NAACP at the regular member- they'll try separating Re- 23, and Dec. 4. at the office of
ship of the branch next ipreced could be that the young publicans from Democrats, or the Afro- \merican Life Insur- Please make' a special: effort
ing the annual election meeting, people themselves will be the blue eyes from brown eyes. Why ance Co., 840 NW 3rd ave., at 8 I to be present and on time
the branch shall answer to the closed schools in ,
elect a Nomi- not segregation by blood types? -
nating Committee to present the "massive resistance pro- . it would be handy in case "\ I
nominations at the annual meet- gram" in Arkansas and Virginia one should need a transfusion
ing for all officers and the Exec- There have already been indica- Our wordly troubles are caused
utive Committee. The Miami tion that the young people would by segregationists of all sorts Y
Branch hereby gives public notice rather go to integrated schools whose surface thinking clouds a
that at its October Member- than give up the public schools truth. They really think the sun fl
ship meeting on Thursday Oct. and try to jet an education from ceaises to rhino when a cloud
23 at 8 p.m. there will be held make-shift "private" institutions. get in front of it. To thorn, an
an eleotion for the Nominating Well, let's wait and see. iceberg is what they see on the
Committee. At the Annual Meet- surface Ignoring the three quar-
ing of the Miami Branch which Gov. Faubus seems to be having ters or more of it that is below
will be held on Thursday Dec. 4 quite a lot of difficulty get- the water. They see the color ofa
ting to finance
(since Thanksgiving Day falls on school money his private man', face but ignore the real r
in Little Dock. He
cer- that is in his heart ,below
the regular branch meeting) there tainly stated in man ,
will be held election of all offi- terms before no uncertain the skin surface. This I call hy-
he ordered the
cers and the Executive Commit schools closed podHACEcy.
that interested
tee. Thee shall be elected
by citizen, would come forward and I believe that if one really
ballot and shall hola office for
give the money for such a ven- deepen his thinking ,he will find
one All meetings will beheld I
year. ture. What's happened' Gov but one race . the human race. -i ir
at the Afro-American Life ? Le
I Faubus! ? Where are all these fer- Are we not all formed the same '
Insurance Co. 840 NW 3rd
ave. vent segregationists with the by the same Creator? Doves are I
FALL MEMBERSHIP DRIVEW. money for your private schools? doves, and we call them so. We I
do not emphasize colored doves
C. Patton of Birmingham I liks to think of something or white doves . they are I rr I
Ala., a field secretary of the Oliver Go-d.mith said once doves. Man is man, too.
NAACP will ,be in ,thi, area from you can preach a better sermon
the last of October for about one by your life than: you can with On the material plane we pre
month, to help conduct member- your mouth This is Just another fer varied colors in our automo-
ship drives in the Miami area. way of saying that actions speak biles, household ware and clothing -
An organization meeting will be louder than words. All of us talk I Why not in man? He i, as
he.d on Tuesday night Oct. 21 at about freedom but how many of God made him, therefore man I
8 o'c.ock at the AfroAmericanLife us are members of the NAACP? should respect God's will in this { I"A

Insurance Co. Integration is a mine containing a. a

In view of the trouble in Little I the precious gold of world r ,

Rock: and in Virginia, there have Broward peace. The segregationists are
been some implications by many standing over that mine stating,
people who are critical of the Coqnty since they can only recognize
NAACP's integration program what they' see on the surface,
and tactics, that the NAACP Is NewsBy that there ij no gold there. One I
losing members as a result of its E ,must. take his mental shovel and
vigorous approach to desegre- .4 pick, and dig below the surfaceto
find this . Little Nettie Brown (center almost old
gation in the schools. Roy WIlkins gold the truth of ) two years ,
executive secretary of the God. One might say that if you lends her encouragement to R. C. Coleman, active member
NAACP answered questions regarding Walter Bow do- not search gold in vein, you'll of the Allied Gasoline Retailers' Association' as he
search in vain.
NAACP membership on prepares to participate in the AGRA's annual "Two Cent
a panel on CBS television, Sunday Dcaite the clamoring of these Charity Day" for the benefit of the Crippled 'Children's
Sept. 7. The C. W. II. Chamber of people who want segregation, Friday October Nettie is
Commerce meets at the home of Society today ( 17). the daughter i
Mr. Wilkins stated that the C. B. Blount in Hyde Park next they in one shall respect.be unsuccessful They shall except of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Brown, 2942 NW 45th Street.At 1'
NAACP does not believe that its Monday night at 9 o'clock. All ceed in separating themselves suc- left is Mrs. Brown who takes Nettie to 'the Crippled
campaign for desegregation of members are asked to be present. from God.Brice Children's Rehabilitation Clinic for regular treatment.
public school, has been pressedto O'Neal Johnson, president; E. K. More than 400 AGRA member in Dade County will fly

the extent that there could bea Hardy secretary. Trio Here the Charity Day banner and will give two cents on each
backlash which would
actually
gallon of gasoline pumped during the
day to provide
dater and slow orderly integra-
No. S42 meets
Starlight Lodge
November 5th treAtments for crippled children.
tion in schools. He further stated I
Friday at 8 p.m. at the Masonic ....
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that in the opinion of officers of Temple on Pembroke Road. All
the NAACP to slow our program member asked to be As a community service the
doAn now would bring it to a are present Phyllis Wheatley School is khtfiliy Diitllltn Co.,N.Y.C. 'llwdid Milky of Ifgma'M Proof 85% Drain Niultil Spirits
Clarence J'o (:*:on, W. M. pre-
standstill. Mr. Wilkins also stat- Hiram Ash, secretary.Beauticians senting to its patrons and friends
ed that while we have lost members the Carol Brice Trio, on Nov. 5
in Alabama and elsewhere,! Unit No. 36 of at 8 p-m. at Booker T Washington -
our membership is as high as it Hallandale and West Hollywood, High School Auditorium.
has ever been, some 300,000-( ()
will meet on Wednesday, Oct. 22 The Brice Trio is acclaimedby ,
310,000, and the NAACP ha, a
at the home of Mrs. Mildred international critics as one of J/J
sturdy corps of workers in the James, 5655 SY 16th St., Wash- the very best of our present day
southern states.IN .
ington Park. All members are
groups. An evening of rare entertainment ,
PASSING requested to be present. is in store for alii
who avail themselves of the opportunity -
Now that the Supreme Courtof The Southern Trumpets, the to hear them.
the United States has ruled Pearly Gates and other groups,
that the NAACP dos not have to will appear: again Saturday Oct. Tickets are nON on sale at
turn over its membership lists to 18 at New Macedonia Baptist Phyllis Wheatley Elementary
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there is no need for our being
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The child ran from her house
8 SATURDAY OCTOBER 18, 1958 I l and returned shortly' after dark.
She fell asleep immediately and i
'her family was unable, to awaken I !

FORMER Child Tries ,f.;; ,her.,1 MCATWE
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MIAMIAN HEADS Suicide fallen Into a coma after taking
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IN 'nvo'vln: the .,irl and two of hu i i
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Later, ;he admitted he had day after the slaying, Gibson
ondled; her on several occasions told police he stabbed the girl
'f tr driving- a f secluded: sot; because he thought she had beena
i3r the city incinerator. witness against him in a prev-
iou, knifing trial. But a check
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r tusk: because: : of fear that her testified against anyone.
b sM. rents would shame and beat ,
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grandmother whipped her with RITZTHEATRE rL4 pAUuIEwmA's
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Nearly 3,000 residents of the and .they work. extremely
Central District of Seattle, well together."
Mr. White, 36, joined the staff CAPITOLTHEATRE
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hood House. This agency serves group ,
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War II with the Marines In the1
Whites and Orientals.
It
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Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter Elder, F. A. Allen was In charge.All .
MIAMI TIMES"1 Fhe Peoples' Newspaper" very 2nd and 4th Sunday Sunday School.................. B a.m and Clubs made
at Mt. Olive Primitive BaptistChurch. Morning worship .................... HiM fine boards very
PAGE 10 SAT JRDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1958 Young People's Meeting 5 p.m The reports. of St. Paul

Sunday School....................... 9:30 women are
Morning worship ................ 11:30 MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. busy making last minute plans
for Women's Our
chairmanis
ST. MATTHEW AMEZ Evening Service .................... TdO Day.
GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. Mrs. Clara Bell Hilton
Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor E. M. Thomas, pastor co-
1628 N.W. 5th Ave. Phyllis Myers, reporter chairman, Mrs. Ferguson.
James E. Culmer, pastor and successful gospel preacher.
Eddie Edwards, clerk Rev. A. H. Ferguson, pastor Deliver my soul, 0 Lord from Miss Lucille Timmons is spon-

Sunday School............... 9:30: BJM Sunday School ................ 9:45: BJD BETHANY BAPTIST lying lips, and from a deceitful soring a dinner sale all day Saturday -
Morning worship .... ......... 11:00: Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m. tongue Oct. 18 at her home, 2140
Westminster Fellowship .... 6 pan Evening worship ............ 7:30: p.m. 3316 NW 50th Street We began our service with the NW 6th ave. Mrs. Tommie Wash-
Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor School. All teacherswere ington Is sponsoring a Tea Sun-
THE INCARNATION ST. JAMES BAPTIST Sunday School........... 8:30: ijoo. Sunday each class hada day, Oct. 19 at 2525 NW 161stSt.
Morning Service ............ 11 am present and ., Q; 1835 N.W. 58th StreetFr. 323 N.W. 14th St. BTU ................................ 5:30: p.m large attendance.At You are invited.
E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor Evening Service ............ 7:30 p.m 11 ajm. devotional servicewas Who will be Miss St. Paul??
Veronica. O'Berry, reporter Sunday Services Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30 p.m. conducted by our Junior I
Sunday School........... 9:31 am Deacons Stephens and Denson. FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST
Winter Schedule Morning Worship ........ 11:00: a.m ST. MATTHEW FREEWILL Music was furnished by our i

Sundays: BTU ................................ 5:30: p.m. junior choir. Then Rev. Ste- Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor
Church School and Evening Worship ........... 7:30: pan. 408 N.W. 21st Street phens preached from the book of Claudia Wilson, reporterWe
Adult Bible Class .... 9:30: am. Visitors always welcomeST. Rev. J. B. Woodley, pastor Isaiah 42:4.: He shall not fail." 'I
Solemn Sung Mass and Bro. Nathaniel Thomas, reporter Sunday evening at 5:30: the were blessed to enjoy another -

Sermon .......-........... 11:00: a.m. JAMES A.M.E. BTU was conducted by the pres- i day throughout the day
E. y C. Meeting ........ 6:00: p.m. Sunday School was called to ident. We had a short quiz con- :Sunday. Our Sunday School began -
Solemn Evensong and Dr. A. Joseph Reddick, pastor order by Bro. Shotwell by sing- ducted by Rev. Choke. I at 9:30: and was enjoyed. A

Sermon ......... ............. 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporterOn ing, "Jesus Keep Me Near The Sunday night devotional service fine message was delivered by
Tuesday: Cross." The topic was "Early was conducted by the Junior Rev. W. H. Henderson of Albany,
St. Vincent's Acolyte Guild last Sunday services at St. Days in The Life of Jesus. Deacon Nichols and Stephens.The .

Rehearsal .................... 5:30: p.m. James were enjoyed by all who music was furnished by the Ga.The evening message was!! delivered -
Wednesday: were present. The pastor preached The 11 a.m. devotion was led
male chorus. We had a great by our missionary, the
Low Mass .................... 6:30: a.m. from the theme "The Give by Deacon Sneed. A wonderful delivered to Rev. Rev. A. J. King text 2:5
message us by Eph. ,
Evensong and Meeting of and Take in Religion" at the 11 message was given by the Rev. "
"Saved
Guild of Our Lady... 8:00: p.m. ajn. worship period and at the Smith from Georgia. The No. 3 Choke, subject, "Sin. by delivered Grace. Both mes-
Thursday: night service he preached from choir sang out of their soul. sages were with power -
ST. LUKE BAPTIST and enjoyed by all. The No. 1
The Choir of St. Michael' the theme, "Things Which Can-
The No. 1 choir its choir rendered music for the
celebrated
not be Borrowed. He was at his
And All Angels
P. W. Williams
Rehearsal................... 5:30 p.m. best during both services. Two anniversary at 3 ".m. It was a Rev.Matilda Williams, reporterSt. pastor morning and the No. 2 choir
members were accepted into full fine affair and the food was sang in the evening.We .
Friday St. Cecelia's: Choir membership-, namely: Mrs. Lois grand. Thanks to all who attended. Luke's Theme: Forward to enjoyed a fine BTU at 5:30:
a New Era of Service. Our Wo-
Rehearsal.... ............. 8:00: pjm. Murphy and Henry Pace. men's Day will be held on Oct. ushers'pin. The board No. one were and in the charge junior of

NOTE: Sundays, Solemn Mass The sick and shut-ins are: The evening devotion was led 26 at the church. The public Is the day's work.

High Mass and Benediction of Sisters Annie Edwards, Mamie by Deacon Jenkins. The messagewas invited. Speaker for the morning We are asking all to continueto

the Blessed Sacrament on All Cole, Florine Williams, Brothers delivered by Rev. Smith. The service will be Mrs. Aquilla An- pray for our sick. We want all

Feast Days.Weekends. Jerome Jamison, Herbert No. 2 choir rendered music. derson of St. Lulke, reputed to of our visitors to know that they
: Low mass on all Knowles and Teroy Herring. The Let us remember the sick. Visitors be an outstanding Christian. The were welcome in our services.
holy and Saints' Days members of St. James are urgedto are always welcome. afternoon speaker will be Mrs.
Solemn Sung Mass, 6 a.m. on visit the sick. Ida Bell Jackson, director of

all Feast Days.BETHEL. The plans for Homecoming NEW MT CALVARYRev. Jackson's Toddle Inn Kinder- FR
9.1703
have been set into motion, and garten and Nursery.
BAPTISTRev. the captains of the various W. P. Tarpley, pastor Mrs. Annie B. Sullivan 1, gen-
Edna E. Thompson, reporter eral chairman. Call TAYLOR
L. R. Ross, Pastor groups have begun working and

SL I. Nannette Greer, reporter hope to make this event one of Sunday School was opened at
Richmond HeightsWe the best in the history of the the usual hour by our faithful .

church. Bro. Dallas Stroud has superintendent, N. Miller, with
began Sunday with an B. :Solomon Funeral Hone
then been named chairman of this the singing of "Near The Cross.
early morning baptism and event and Mrs. Edith S. Robinson Sister William prayed. After the
on through Sunday School, the (Established 1928)
co-chairman. The East- Scripture, the teachers took
which wa, largely attended. ern and the Mid-western divisions
their classes.
charge of
Services for the morning and are under the supervisionof Dignified, Personal, Courteous Service

evening were highly spiritualOur Mrs. Robinson and the cap- The morning devotion was led I

ipastor delivered two stirring tains are: Eastern Division: Mrs. by Deacons Martin and Slaughter. i Funerals Within Range of Each
despite the fact that he Budget
sermons, Anette MoNeal, Mrs. Portia The message was delivered ,
wall ill. Bannister, Mrs* Mattie Reid, Mrs. by Rev. Tarpley. The evening

We were honored to have the Helen Blossom Mrs. Catherine devotion wa, led by Bro. Fulger,
Richmond Heights Woman's Clubas Peterson, Mrs. Maeola Dunmore, one of our juniors. The junior
morning guest. Mrs Anita Mrs. Albertha Walker Mrs. Susie choir and No. 2 ushers' board 315 N.W. 16th Street Ph. FR 3-1440

Gray, past president, i, founderof Smith, Mrs. Inez Anderson, Mrs. rendered service for the day
this fine group, built mostlyof Lucille J. Chavis, Mrs. Mary On Sunday we will have early
professional women oi the Faust, Mrs. Eura Williams and morning baptism. We thank the
Lord for six candidates.
Miss Sandra Herring.
community. She holds a beautiful
plaque for her services. The The Mid-Western division:
president, Mrs. Louise Byrd, Mrs. Victoria Rutherford, Oscar FIRST UNITARIANA "A Living Service For The Living"
Range, Mrs. Edna M. Owens :
remarks. ,
gave special service of
Recogni-
Mrs. Minnie Love J. P. Newton
Funeral HomeOSCAR
tion for new members who have Range
Communion admin- Mrs.
Holy was Sadie Dean, Mrs. Geraldine
istered at the evening service. Allen, Joe Bellamy and Mrs. joined during the past three
months will '
be held
at the First
In our let us remem- Ruth Copeland.
prayers AND ATHALIE RANGE
Unitarian Church Owner
ber the sIck and those in need of The Sunday School under the on Sunday,
Oct. 19 11
a.m. James C. Lee
,
spiritual guidance. Please visit supervision Theodore
of
Roddy
,
president of the PHONES: PL 4.7468-PL 1.1331
Sister Bessie Reeves at 14740 his staff of officers and teachers congregation,
will assist the minister.
Jackson St., who has just undergone Invite all person to attend Sunday -
"Have We Given "
an operation at Mercy Hospital a.m. School, which begins at 9:30: ,will be the sermon subject up Feeling of the? Oscar Range, Licensed Embalmer Funeral Director

Rev. Glenn O. Canfield.
5727 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami, Florida
ST. MATTHEW BAPTIST TEMPLE BAPTISTThis New Testament' Baptist

Rev. N. F. Clark, pastor evening (Friday) beginning At New Testament
Rev. J. E. Monroe, reporter at 6 o'clock, the women will Missionary
Baptist Church last Sunday the
serve their second Annual Tur-
Services on Sunday were spiritually Big Three Observant Day was a
key Dinner at the Church. Every The House of
high all day. Two powerful complete success. Thanks to oui
preparation has been made to
many friends who took .cart withus
sermons were preached by
make this a grand affair, and the
the Rev. Harold Brown. The dinner with all the in helping to put our program
trimmlaas.
subject for the morning was, over. Thanks be to God we were ALBERTOFFERS
plus, is for just a donation of one
blessed to have such Dr.
"Go, and I Will Go With You, dollar. men a.
and for the evening, "Take Off The wedding of Miss Lillian Charles Williams of this city,
who's from
formerly Long Cay
.
Thy Shoes. '
Hepburn and Mr. N. Rolle takes Island, Bahamas, who delivereda x
l That afternoon we nad another place at the church Sunday at very formal address; the Most OUR BEST FOR THE '
good time as the Missionary 3 p.m. The Willing Workers will Noble Rev. Herbert O.
Ferguson LEAST TO
YOU AND
Society celebrated its ninth an- have their quarterly championship who delivered the principal 'ad- ',
niversary. The speaker was' the program; at 4 pjn. The public dress. Subject "I Will not Come YOURS .1s
Rev. J. E. Munroe; subject, "A Is invited. Down." .

Missionary on the Jericho Road.. !But one more week, and Small enough to know ,'
You are invited to be with us Women's Day The loyal mem- There were many more noble .o
this Sunday. The Rev. Allan bers of Temple are busy as bees, speaker and we were feastedon you
Ferguson will preach at both the trying to make this second annual food divine. Our souls were Big enough to serve you

morning and evening services affair the success that it edified: May God bless everyone. .

and another good time awaits should be.. The chairman, Mrs. And may you continue to pray Lester C. Albert

you. Come to St. Mathew', Miriam, Hepburn, and cochairman for us that the Lord will lead us I FUNERAL DIRECTOR
the church with the sweetest Mrs. Mary Owens, are asking through this dark age until we
music this side of heaven. ; .for the full cooperation of shall have reached that goal for PLaza 8-4707
every member, and say that those which we are striving. And to
who "sleep on the ob" shouldbe 'hear servant of God well done. '"
ashamed of themselves on that Rev. R. A. Cox Jr., pastor 6942 N.W. 15th Are.THE .

Drive Carefully day. Dea. James Wallace, reporter




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BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMr. 1ST. AUGUSTINE'S MT. ZION PLANS THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper"

Carroll Wilson of W est 1 INSTRUCTION .
Miami will speak on "What laThe CLASS BEGINSA GREAT WOMAN'SDAY I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1958 PAGE 11

Armageddon?" 7:45: p.m. JKl course of instruction in
Sunday, Oct. 19 at the Baha'i the Catholic religion is to be PROGRAM
Center, 137 NW 11th ave. given Monday and Thursday at MT. SINAI BAPTIST person, here In Miami are neglecting -
8 pm. to heed the great invita-
The Baha'ls of Miami will Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastorD. tion that Is extended to sinners
celebrate the anniversary of the Father Devaney will conduct B., reporterThe unsaved. Time will fail these
birth of the Dab, forerunneer of the classes which will treat of h persons one day. The soul is the
Baha'u'llah, Founder of the Faith the Bible, the Church and the news around Mt. Sinai !Js most Important part of man,
Monday, Oct. 20 at the Center. Seven Sacraments. Ineresting as usual. Before
All races and faiths are cordially I Everyone is speaking of the recent occurrences -
I welcome to attend I want to mention the Men's Day at TrinityThe
to both
invited meetings. Those
who attend the class for I work of our Sunday School. It Is Annual Men's program

TRIUMPH CHURCHPrince the in entire January.EBENE2ER course. will be baptized quite progressive in several will be held at Trinity CME
phases. The teachers are inte- Church, 2014 NW 5th court,
H. Mobley, pastorSis. rested, the pupils seemingly, most Sunday, Oct. 19. The morning
C. McKinney, reporterThe METHODISTRev. of them are Interested, friends service speaker will be Atty L.
Aaron D Hall and visitors are interested, and E. Thomas. The music for Men's
pastor
services on Sunday were Ernestine L. Hambrick, reporterWe now the top officers of the Day will be furnished by the Mt.
most inspiring. The School Oi church are (becoming Interested. Tabor Baptist Church Men's
Wisdom and YPE Band wall very enjoyed a very wonderful Chorus and Northwestern Senlox
uplifting and all who attended day Sunday, as the men of the i That now is the great concern High School Men's Chorus.
enjoyed' himself. The evening church had their annual Men's of the teachers of such a group,
devotional service was conducted Day. We The evening speaker will be
were honored to have is to have these outstanding per-
by Bro. Edwards and the Tes- two of the city's most prominent a sonnel to show more concern in Franklin Ross, program secre-
timonial Meeting was opened by speakers, Clifford Matthews, Instructor their attendance. Truly enough tary of the Carver Branch YMCA.
Bh. Caldwell and many others at North Dade Senior praise cannot be extended to the
followed. Our pastor deliveredthe High School, morning speaker. superintndents who head this GORDON GROVE BAPT.Rev. .

message for the evening, sub- Atty. G. E. Graves in the even- group.A C. H. SEmlth, pastor
ject, "Asflc For The Old Past." ing. Miss Marie White, president of Sis. Joseph Pallook, reporter
The message was very spiritual. the Business and Professional wonderful revival meetng is
The Lord really dM bless those Strange as it was, both men in Women of the Mt. Zion Baptist- being carried on at the church by Sunday School wall opened at
who attended the Revival meet- their year of experience In theta Church hall been chosen as the Rev. Low of Albany, Ga. lIe 9:30: a.m. with Bro. Sidney Per-
ing and two persons were addedto field of work, brought us food chairman of the Women's Day preached, out of his soul every rish in charge. Devotions were
the church.: for thought. observance, scheduled for Sun- night. We are aware that many opened at 11 am. by Bro. Wil-
Would that the entire city of day, Oct. 19 at the church. She liams and Bro. Perrish. Scripture
MARTIN MEMORIAL AME Miami could have been there to I I will also serve as mistress of lesson was read by Rev, Bowie
learn just what is going on in I I ceremonies. loist for the evening service. I from Romans 10:13.: Rev. Byrd
Richmond Heights this world of turmoil. Mrs. Beulah T. Whittby, of De- One of the features of the preached a stirring, sermon from
Rev. Albert Jones, pastor The pastor, officers for Men's troit, is the speaker for the day. evening servile aside from, the St. Mark 12:42.: It was enjoyedby
Day and the church express Mrs. Whittby will be introducedby all. No. 2 choir sanr.Evcn'lng .
Ingathering, will be the announcement -
Services on last Sunday were gratitude for your cooperation in Miss Melzie Elliott, representing -
of the "Woman of
highly inspirational. Sunday service devotions were
making this a successful day. the Alpha Kappa Alpha So-
School began at 9:30: with Don rority. The theme for the The Year." Many will want to held by Deacons Wood and
occa- be on hand to witness the bestowal Davis. Scripture lesson Rev
Bell in charge.At Sunday you are invited to come sion is: "The Woman's Role in by
our morning worship the and hear the Rev. Roger P. Fair, Christian of this honor. "Certainly, Byrd tnken from St. Luke 0.5.:!
Scripture lesson was the readingof chaplain of Bethune-Cookman I Women Living.from all over the all women will want to hear this The 1 ipastor preached o stirring
outstanding woman speaker, and sermon taken from Exodus 3:3
the 23rd Psalm. College, guest minister at the 11
have
been
Our pastor took his text from a.m. service. Rev. Fair has Just metropolitan area invited to be with us on this occasion to subject "The Church on Fire."
the First chapter, of first Kings returned from a trip abroad and I part ,in and the program.many are Mrs.taking Aaron a give service to God," said Miss The No. 1 choir was In charge.
has a great deal of White as we went to preas. Visitors are always welcome.
experienceto
3829. His theme "Make
was
: up I D. Hall, Mrs. C. J. Burney, Mrs.
Your Mind. bring to us. Don't fail to come
!L. G ShLpp, Mrs. W. F. Tanner,
and hear him. '
I Mrs. Louise Riley, Mrs. I. C.
At 4 o'clock the Missionary
Society held its regular meeting.At The Dorcas Circle will be in Mickins, Mrs. Marian Muldrow, SEETHE
5 o'clock the men of the charge of cIa?, meeting on Tues- Mrs. Jcssye Mingo, and Mrs
Thedford Johnson, have special
day night
church were called together for WORLD'S ,
All chairmen for the Christian assignments. ,
. the : of organizing a men'i
:purpose
John Edward
Advocate drive are asked to Mrs. Curtis of
club.At make a report to Mrs. Albertha the Miami Urban League, will GREATEST
our evening worship our Carey on Sunday night. A prize make a presentation to Mrs.
pastor delivered his message will be given to the one sellingthe Whitby, who is a member of the COLORED y
from the 18th chapter of St. most subscriptions.On National Urban League's board
Luke, 21st verse and gave us Sunday the pastor will Mrs. Albert Bernstein will be a A
much food for thought. have the infant !baptism and reception pedal guest. PSYCHIC
of members. The music promises to be of .
Our pastor extend a special the nature that you cannot afford READER
thanks to all churches, fraternal ...... to miss. Mrs. Treta Crosby '
orders "and Individuals who and Miss Juanita Allen will have .'
nelped In making the dedicationof NOTICEAll charge of the Women's choir. .
our cornerstone the success It Church notices MUST betypewritten The guest soloist will be Mrs. 'PROF1 1
was. Well the third quarter has double paced Dorothea Payne, who by request
passed, and on the fourth Sun- and on one sheet of paper. Copy will sing Gounod's "Ave Maria."
day our presiding elder was, withus. MUST be Into our office by 6 The Deltaires will be on hand to .
He delivered the message p.m. Tuesday of each week to thrill you with a beautiful
from the 3rd chapter of Thessa- Insure In.ertlonChurch Editor blending of female voices. Miss .
lonians. Cherry Ann Mills will be the so- BUNTER PRL.NTlUER$

All in boards readiness and and made auxiliarieswere their :

reports. Visitors are always wel- Cleaned Oiled Adjusted,
,
1'/ Your Watch ,
come at our church. :?' Guaranteed ............................ .. $4.75 If you .... sick, worried or In trouble this. I I. the
F place to come. Don't stay b the rut, pu.h back the

NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. Late Record .... ................. 4 for $1.00 vail of bad luck that sums to hold you in your track,

James E. Brown, pastor ('f- ,Y.. -- ..4 Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radio and advance forward by [the help of God under the
Bro. V and ell Bavan, Sec'y Uaderihlp of Prof. Hunter who ha 30 year of e x*
.. from $8.95
t \, ..f Guaranteed Watches ....
Services throughout last Sun- 1:: '. l ;. partanca In spiritualist and occult .cianca. Make your

day were at the spiritual best, 1 I ; '({> ':; I DAVID JEWELERS horn happy. H. will how you how to bypass your

with message our, both pastor Sunday delivering morningand the i.Jr; 1." J1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522 .n.mU. and get the thing that life dmand for you.

night, the sermon that was
brought to the congregation dur- M
ing the night was taken from
lasiah 408.: STRENGTH SERVICE SECURITY r I Is

All attention at /the presentand
for the rest of this month of Central Life insurance Co.
and on through the month
November, is directed toward the
anniversary of Ushers' Board N:>. Your Friendly Company
2 which will be observed on the
second Sunday in November, and 0Offering
most of all the observance of
our annual Woman's Day, which :
will convene on the fifth Sun-
day in November. Sister Willie 20 Year Payment Life & I Educational Endowment Located at &. "_W. now psychic studio onPambroko

Mae Denson 1, the chairman of Endowment at Age 65 at Age L8 Road, 3 rallaa west of HallandaU, I"" on

the program and Sister Willie 20 Payment Life the north sldo of too road, 1 mfl* out of 7th *vo.
co-chairman Life &
Mae Williams Is the Paid-up
6q Endowment Carves RaDa..... Sign are plaaad oa the top of throe.buildtns.
secre- Year
with Sister Ruth Scott as Endowment at Age 15
tary for the occasion. Revival Juvenile Estate Builder Whole Life story Offfeo Is la the daplax In the front o*
meeting Is now In progress with Life ... buJJdJq.
the Rev. Cole of Ft. Lauderdale Mortgage Redemption 15 Payment .... has fifty tfsaoa mora powor than any ether

rendering the services.If Health Hospitalization 20 Year Endowment BdJum. Yo. will find hla Ir adranood fca kso .j.

you know of a friend or Home Office ..... .
neighbor who doesn't have a
who has strayed READINGS FROM $1.00 UP
church home, or Tampa Fla.
away from the fold, or if you 1416 North Boulevard, UtlMftt BY STATE AND COUNTY
yourself have strayed away from
Branch Offices:
or btu NOtiM MM.1A
the church for some reason
another, we invite you to come BRADENTON OCALA 1 P.M.'TIL' 4 P.M. 7-9 P.M., SUNDAY 1 PM TIL 4 PM
out during the next two weeks DAYTONA BEACH ORLANDO r
and take a part in our Revival CITY
PANAMA
LAUDERDALE CLOUD ALL DAY WED.
time FT.
meeting, and at the same
PENSACOLAJACKSONVILLE
witness some fine spiritual FT. PIERCE
CALL IN rt
PERSON
8T. PETERSBURG
ser-
preaching, Sunday coming
vices will be as usual. LAKELAND TALLAHASSEE
5417 S.W. 17th Iit.r .
Our pastor will be in chargeof WEST PALM BEACH
services throughout the day 11I1.u./Fla. r

with choir No. 1 furnishing the I THE TIME TO INSURE IS NOW ,,\\j i .,
music and ushers' board No. 1
at their post.


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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE THANK YOU ST. MARY'S W. M. I Male Fawkes;Chorui selection; introduction I St Mary's of

12 SATURDAY OCTOBER 18 ,1958 Mrs.)Sf'Hawkins, reporter speaker, Mrs. U. Itttss'; address,
, I am hereby expressing my Hev E. A Culmer, pastor; Mrt. Maed- n Dullard; offering,
sincere gratitude to Dr. ,John 0 Mrs. Margaret Taylor: and Mrs.
Brown who recently performed Sunday School met fitthe Dorothy McKinney; observation,
surgery on my wife's eyes, Mrs. usual hour with the 'superjnte Mrs. E ois Coley; welcome tc
Martha Walker at the Christian dent, Marva Trotman, in charge. visitors, Mrs,, E. K. John on; r-
Hospital' to all the nurses staff
1fgab Services began at 11 a.m with port of chairman.:
of Christian Hospital, Rev. P. D Mrs. Mildred Rolle giving theopening
Brantley, officers and members The\ pastor and chairman and
and responsive I
hymn wish to thank:
of Israel (Primitive Baptist co-cnalrmin
1 reading; prayer: by Mrs. V. Grant;
Church, friends and neighbors Mrs. Jestina Long, the ever,\onc who took part In the
Scripture,
for their constant prayers, visI- Belle Hart program, espccia.lv: the morning
;
occasion, Mrs. Lilly
1
tations, consoling words and speaker, Mis. Bata, and Mrs.
Perkins our
solo Mrs Gertrude ;
;
cards during her recent illness. Damn solo Bui ara, who spoke during t h- o
speaker, Miss Yvonne ; '
May the Lord bless you:
even ng.
Oy the help of the Almighty Philip Walker; observation, Mrs and keei! you. They also wish to
God she Is feeling fine now and I. C. Mickins; offering Mrs. thank Mrs. U. Hig43 and Mrs. M.
able to be about. Carolyn Bain; welcome to visi- Gibson! who arranged the program -
Again, I say thanks. tors, Mrs. Merl Gibson; apcrec-' sa< bcajtifully/ and all who
iatlon chairman, Mrs. Sophie
.
Mrs. Martha Walker, helped to make the day success
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i FOR SALE 530 Biscayne BoulevardFR For detail information ,regard- 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4237Hallowe'en
3-7694 ing the above jobs contact H.
BUSINESS Property, between Allen Wheatley Jr., of the Miami
11th and 12th aves, 62nd St., NW Urban
League, located at 395 NW
indl2JBEDROOM Suite Daby Supplies/ etc. i
PL 18779.
First St. or call FR 1-6476. .
88*, 1.69, 1.98
Waste Baskets 49* & 69*
HOME. NW 54th Face Masks 5t, 10* & up
Widow Must Sell Bargain Beautiful Plastic Juice Sets ........ 69
Low down *
St. and 23rd ave.
Horns ............... 10* & 25*
payment. Call Mr. Lee FR 4-0522 Home Roaster ............ 1.19 3.98
Nearly 'new CBS home Sheet, .................... 2.3 & up

WANTED 3-bedroom, tile roof ten Large large corner trees, real lot. City cool 3-bed-water Pillow Cases ........ 98*, 1.49 Breakfast pieces) .Set........((16............... 4.39

COLLECTOR and Solesman for Full price'$11,490 rooms. Carporte separate living Bath Towel 35* up to 69* Brooms & Mops
installment route. Must have car. room, dining room., kitchen, util- Men's Shorts 69* & 69* 69f, 1.19, 2.39 j
Married man preferred. Salary Cash down $890 ity room. Use your lot as a down Men's T-shirts.... 69* & 79* Ironing Board Covers \

and CARTER'S commission.CREDIT STORE 4613 SW 24th St. payment. 2395 BARON NW 68t St.. Electric Iron 4.98 & "J.95 ....... -...... ........ .98* 1,49 /I

846 N.W 2nd Ave. Carver's Ranches JE 8-1340 Open 3-5 p.m.

AT BARKLEY'S EVERY WEEK \
Call JE 1.5973
$450.00 Down Drive Carefully Where Prices Are Right '

2-bedroom, asbestos shingled 1201 N.W. 3rd Avenue t
home Jalousied porch. One easy;
monthly payment. Only $80. We Deliver Call FR 3-9458 or FR 42376SHOP
Near 54th St. ,at 12th Ave. No 1341 N.W. 55th Street
closing cost whatsoever .sa.su >,aws .tauuisiss+suw>ts.sss sisv

Large 2-bedroom ,CBS House $12,000
Trio .Real Estate Co .
With Cottage in Rear
PL 9- 373 801 NW 54th St.

Edison Realty, 175 N.W. 62nd St. A NIGHT OFGAMES

FOR SALE PLaza 4-4634 1.1

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Only because of illness of
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20 years in same place

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opportunity for a good ,
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BARDS.. MEMORIALS CARD OF THANKSThe THE MIAMI TIMES.'The Peoples' Newspaper"

family of the, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1958 PAGE 13

MORRIS WALTON

CARD OF THANKSThe IN wish to express appreciation for i children, several sisters and pose at the chapel on Thursday
MEMORIAM any kindnesses shown I
brothers
during his Services were conducted and will be sent on Friday to
family ot the late, In loving memory of our dear Illness May and God passing. in the chapel on Thursday at Tifton, Ga. where final rites
MRS. ALICE SAWYER BETHEL loved ones, bless each of you. 1 pjn. Burial was held In will be conducted.Mrs. .
MRS.< JENNIE The Family Woodlawn Cemetery of Fort
who departed this life on Sept CARNEGIE
1958 wish to express thanks to mother, October 17, 1951 Lauderdale. Susie Williams of 1757

the many neighbors and friends MR. ISAIAH' CARNEGIE IN MEMORIAMIn ......a-,. ", .,' ". .. -... ._ NW 66th !t., died at Jackson
f'r< the flowers, cards and letters.A father, February 25, 1954 Memorial Hospital Oct. 14. She
special thank to Rev. Eliha MR. ROBERT CARNEGIE I U survived by a son, four
Clarke and the members of the brother, April 26, 1935 mother loving, memory of our dear r : Si daughters, four sisters! three
Thelma : brothers
Church of the Incarnation. Carnegie and seven grand children,
Ethel Williams and other relatives. Services
Enoch Bethel and
family i
will be conducted on Monday,
IN MEMORIAMIn ri n Oct. 20 at 2:30: p.m. at the
Message of ThanksThe Church of God, NW 65th st. and

sad 17th ave with Bishop William
family of the late but loving memory of Carswell officiating. Burial will
our mother
. and grandmother, be in Lincoln
,
.'. ...- . ; :, ".w.. L- Cemetery._

I II IJ Ir 1gt INFANT DEATHS

Girl CuLpepper, daughter of
I Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Culpep-
t
II i per of 6227 NW 12th place was
still born at Jackson Memorial
Hospital on Oct. 12. Gravesido
I I services were conducted on Oct.
17.


'. Boy Wilcher of 4225 NW 29th
: ave., died at Jackson Memorial
>Hn!nHal Art t31h. frnw.M.
: ". services were-conduc-tecl-: -Oct.
Z. D. Randolph; of 2132 NW I 18.
64th St., died at Mt. Sinai Hospital -
on Oct. 9. He was a fire- Alvira Adderley, the 2monthold
man for the Florida East Coast daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
__ __ I
n Railroad where he worked for Yniol Adderley of 6973 NW 17th

AMELIA BATCH over 20 years. Survivors are his ave. died at Jackson Memorial
1 AO departed: this life October 18, widow, Jessie, 1 son, 4 sisters, Hospital on Oct. 14. Chapel ser-
\ ., ,: 1957. 4 brothers. lie Is. now lying In vices will be conducted on Fri-

,';.:" ..... :.... ,. . ...- .. To those who have a mother, repose at the chapel, where he day, Oct. 17 at 2 pjn. Burial will
be held at Lincoln
< :.' .! ', ,::-'::" : .. ' Treat her kindly, while she's will remain until 6:30: p.m. today. Cemetery.
A : Final burial
.. ", "" .. <11, ."" t. here; rites and will be
MRS. BIRDIE EUNICE JONES For you'll never know her value conducted in Rocovery, Ga.

wishes to thank its many friendsfor I MRS. KATIE CRAWFORD Till you see her vacant chair. of YOUHELP
kindnesses shown during its who daarted this life on Oct. Sleep on, dear mother. Obie Lampley 1932 NW 4th
recent hour of bereavement. 17, 1957. Gone, but not forgotten. ave., died at Jackson Memorial

Special thanks to Rev. L. A. The Family Walter, Richmond and Hospital. He is survived by his RED CROSS
daughter, Mrs. Catherine Snell of
Thompson, pastor of Temple .Burnett Blatch, sons
Baptist Church, and his officers Antoinette and Opa Locka and others. He was TEACH
and members. IN MEMORIAMIn sent on Thursday to Brundidge,
Special thanks alsoto Geneva Blatch, daughters = FIRST
Ala. where final rites will be
Mrs. Olivia Prime
Mrs. Vernell Lofton
daughter
guarette Carey, and the m a loving memory of, Gaynell Blatch conducted.Mrs. AID
neighbors of NW 5th Court.Mar-I'
The flowers daughterinlawDaniel Mary L. Davis of 2763
telegrams,
Lifton, soninlawand NW 44th St., died at Jackson I
and cars are too numerous to
grandchildren
"
mention: individually. For Memorial Hospital on Oct. 13,
thi.'ll __ following her admission of
w- one
reojscn the family is asking all to
week. She 1 i. survived by her
accept its sincerest thanks and
I husband Jackson her mother
,
appreciation for all courtesies
DEATHSHouse
hown. / Mrs. Savannah Gardner, a sister -
I I Mrs. Katie Paulin
brother
Y I' a -
Many thanks to (he Francis
Charlie Gardner, a son, BY GIVING TO YOUR
,.
Funeral
Home ,
for its and
patient <
efficient services. I r. James Davis. She will lie in re- UNITED FUND
of Albert. .
Again, thanks to everyone foi -


everything.Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Moss, I I .. . :'i . ':; : Williams Funeral of services 7152 NW for 14th ave.Eric, SPIC & SPAN

(parents' ;.t' ..' < .' apt, 3, the 9 year old boy who
Mrs. Myrtle Jones Harrell, | '
was struck by an automobile

'.. . .. it'.. .; Saturday morning, Oct. 11 was Grocery & MarketIs

IN daUghter// I . ..."J \ held Thursday, Oct. 16 at 4 pjn.
.
from the chapel. Rev. Randolph
.\ b'f' Thompson officiated. The body Now In Its . .
In loving memory of our dear r1 will be shipped after the servicesto
:'V6j ones, 1e Orlando. Survivors are Mr. NEW LOCATION

MRS. LENA SMITH and Mrs. Ulyssc, Mack, parents,
mother and grandmother, October .rJ two brothers, two aunts and oth- 4801 N.W. 27th AvenueFREE
12, 1953, and er relatives.
'-
HAROLD LUNDY, SR. DDELIVERY PHONE NE 4-8121
husband and father, October 12, REV J. I, ROSS Infant Reath died Oct. 10 at
1939. who died Oct. 6, 1952. Gone !but Mt. Sinai Hospital. lie was the Free cookies and Pepsi-Colas all day SaturdayG.
May they rest in peace and lot forgotten son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie
may Hjht perpetual shine upon Mrs. Bettie Ross and Family Reath of 4317 NW 32nd ave., W. 'Pat" Kilpatrick, Owner
them.Vera lie was laid to rest Oct. 14 at

wife Lundy, daughter and IN MEMORIAM at Evergreen.

Harold Lundy Jr., grandsonand -. -..- .'''Ii1 Mrs. Hattie n of 174361 I
sonDelores :. sos. ,''' I 1!romestead Ave... PrHru \
Lundy, Kendall Hospital l- cC 17.--Funeral RAPHU S. WILLIAMS

:granddaughter and daughter services Oct. 18 at the Mt.

Sinai B:.vtlst: Church, Perrine,, PRIVATE FOR HIRE
IN MEMORIAMIn Rev. J. E. Murray officiating.
Interment Paradise Gardens.
lovijig memory of our dear Ambulance ServiceFRanklin
son, father and brother,
Richardson. .

..
3-5900
ti Major Hooks( 814 NW lit ct.,
.P pi P'r better known as "MeMe", Is ''be.

!nj shipped to Albany, Ga., for DAVE CASH! BEFORE YOU CALLDON7
5.y
burial. Remains will lie in state
'1, ;. it the chapel until 7 pjn. Oct. .
17. Mr. Hooks leave his mothr wrra

Mrs. E. Hooks of Albany, Ga.
ulster, Mrs. Evelina Hooks, aunt,
,wIn Mrs. Jennie Lee Turner: ; brother, T
So.'omsn: :: of Coconut Grove. t: WAIT

Mrs. Mary Woods Jenkins, 230VW \ aw- for theSCHOOL

RZ'r 8'.h st., died In Jack-on Me- BELL
.norial Hospital on Oct. 14. Fun- .:-
ral services will be held on -....
r f Saturday, Oct. 18, at 2 p.m. from :- Bring In the children's school
s sad bjt: loving rembranceof I Mt. Carmel 'Baptist Church with \' shoes NOW. Give us time to put them

CALVIN C. JOHNSON burial in Paradise. Memorial ell J in perfect repair for the long, hard "grind.
Girden. Mrs. Jenkins leave two .
h, departed:; this life on Octo- daughters. Mrs. Barbara Mar-
'r 19, 1954. I thsll of Miami Mrs. Frances JOHNSON AND SONS

r4. wa. a little man, and verym Heard of West Hollywood and s SHOE SHOP '
y e 11 1, knd! and friendly, and granddaughter, Carrie Lee Jenkins .
a oved by all. He was faithful of Miami. FINE SHOE REPAIRINGWe
to the perfect end. After this

HERT, BLATCH .fe we'll meet again. Range . Save Your Soul*--Whfl. You Walt
who pa sed' on October 2, 1957 Deacon and Sister
Grv .' bit nut forgotten.Mrs. A'bcrt! Dixon Shoe Shined and Dyed
Emma Dlatch, mother Mrs. Arbel Canty of 343NW6th
M'si Paircia. Blatch, daughter St., apt. 12, died at Jackson 6870 N.W. 15th AVENUE PH. PL !41a1 ;'' '
Mrs. Mildred GlUUm, sister Drive Hospital Oct. 9. She li survived "
John Batch: brother Carefully by her husband, John, four ] '
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FOR SALE

INOUR SCHOOLS EVENING INCOMEPROPERTY .

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I THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE A Proclamation, By evening division of North- 4-UNIT CBS

14 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1958R. The President of western school wishes to announce Income $380 a Month

Northwestern PTA that there are openings
2-UNIT CBS
in the following courses: Dry
R. MOTONSo BETHUNE ELEMENTARYThe MEMBERSHIP MONTHSWHEREAS cleaning, architectural drafting, And 1 Frame Home

many Interesting and Im- week of Oct. 6-10, was a Northwestern power sewing tailoring, and gen- Income $180 a Month
the
portant events occur at Moton, busy one for both the instruc- Parent-Teacher, Association playsa eral woodwork.

we find ourselves "chock full" of tors and ipupils. On Monday, we strategic role in child :growth We also have openings in 2-UNIT FRAME
news report this week. had Dr. Devore, zone 6 super- and development; and tailoring at Mays High. These $165 a Month
of visor, visiting with us. Hi, visit WHEREAS, the membership of classes will continue to operate
account
To give a running was a pleasant, as well as an Informative -
begin Northwestern should include all year round except for a two Chas. H. Pyke
some of the happenings, we one. He made many
the II parents and adults; and week vacation period. '
by telling you of profit favorable comments about the realtorPL
able and enjoyable Library Per. things he saw going on within WHEREAS, our eight point the For further information call
meet
iod conducted daily in the first the classrooms, and offered many program is designed to of children PLaza 4-5491 between the hours 7.8151MORTGAGE
grade class of Mrs. L. O'Bryant.The helpful suggestions.On needs, and interests of 4 p.m. and 9 p.m.
pupils read books and make Tuesday, Oct. 7, during our and youth; andWHEORiEAS
this PTA seeks ----------
report to the class. This puts regular faculty meeting, we had activitiesthat to..
and
emphasis on improving oral ex- Mrs. Lutz reading supervisor, promote progress
pression. Books in the room used and Mrs. Troy visiting us. Againwe < will develop between educators LOANSIN
for this period are related to received a wealth of infor- I and the general (public such .
pet and animals. mation as to how to better help united efforts as will secure for HURRY
A
the advan-
child highest
every
boys girls learn to read. Dr.
and
meeting of thePTA tafes in physical mental social
The regular ,
Wednesdaynight Devore was also present at this Prompt service day or night let and 2nd mortgage
was held on and spiritual education.
at 7:30: pm. Following the I I meeting. Now, therefore I, Anthony Prepayment privilege In Grace period 'fin every
regular business session conducted On Oct. 9, we culminated our Simons, president of Northwestern every mortgage mortgage
by the (president, Mrs. Ger- Fire Prevention Week activities Senior High School Parent-
trude Mathews, a "fellowship with a Quiz Down. This provedto Teacher Association, do hereby Our Service is Professional, Courteousand
hour" was held. The songfest ibe very interesting and the proclaim in October and Novem- QUICK
conducted ,toy our music consul- competition was very keen. The ber, 1958, as Parent-Teacher Association -
tant, Mrs. T. Johnson, and the other major activity for Fir i e to use energies and efforts DADE-BROWARD MORTGAGESAND
games and activities by the Prevention Week was a poster to secure the membership INVESTMENTS
physical education instructors, contest. of all adults that we may coop- ;J JI
Mr. M. Poole and Miss E. Adams, The posters were very color- eratively work together to pro Miami: FR 7-4812 Hollywood WA 3-7071

were a welcomed "refresher" in ful, and each taught a valuable vide the best homes, schools and I Ft Lauderdale: JA 3-2832
the light of entertainment and lesson on how to prevent fires communities for quality living .
enjoyment. Mrs. P. George, PTA The judge had a very hard time|''I and learning.In ASK FOR MR. KAPP
coordinator, reports that many making their decisions. The witness whereof I hereuntoset J
more of the same type of meet- ..prize winning classes received my name to be affixed this
ings are planned for the year. special fire prevention pins for the 5th day of October, Nineteen
I.each member of the class. hundred and fifty-eight.
It is a pleasure to announce the Mrs. Eckbert, our school nurse, Anthony L. Simons, president MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN ,I
beginning of an Adult Education took the winning posters down to Ida. M. Ratcliffe, principalThe
Program here at Moton. Classesin 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND ;
the clinic and (placed them on exhibition '
sewing and pre-high school there. She thought the regular meeting of the BROWARD COUNTIES
education are held nightly Mon- pupils did a marvelous job. Northwestern's PTA will be heldon

day through Thursday.. Sewing On Oct. 9, the Student Council Monday, Oct. 20, 8 p.m. in The Largest Organization of its Kind in
classes meet Monday and Wed-
the school's auditorium. All I
held its first meeting and elect- parents -
nesday 7-10 p.m. and pre-high ed the following officers: Presi- are urged to be present I The South Serving Colored People
school education Tuesday and
along with citizens of the
dent, Christopher Booker; vice community I
Thursday 7-10 p.m. Mrs. Gloria Marian Johnson; treasurer, Larry I II "For Fast Efficient Service" Call
Clarke and Mr. Rl hard V. De- ,
Anthony Simons, president
Morgan; secretary, MargaretMiles
Veaux are the instructors. ; reporter, Evelyn Adams, i :

Plans for the second meetingof and chaplain, Jacqueline Hamm HARLEM wj7i''i
our Self-Study were made on Plans are now being made for SQUARE I ;u (
Monday morning of this week the various projects to be spon- SWEET SHOPA
when the Steering Committeemet sored by the Council, under the ; INC.
with Mrs. Josle P. Sherrer leadership of Miss Nellie Barr. FULL LINE OF GROCERIES ;

for detailed and extensive plan- NOTE TO PARENTS: COLD CUTS COSMETICS
ning in the area of Reading.
October 24, the principal and
208 N.W. 10th StreetASTHMATICS 12 CONVENIENT ,
Reading will ,be the area of teachers invite you to anotherParentsJTeachers' LOCATIONS
concentration during our Self- Conference. 1860 N.W. 73rd ST. PL 8-0827

Study. The Steering Committee,I Pleace plan to attend. During 3461 GRAND AYE HI 4-2447
which includes the consultant, this conference, teachers will 4240 N.W 27 AVE. NE 5-3466 I
members I discuss with the Want simple, effective relief from
principal and faculty you /progress 7102 N.W. 14TH AVE s PL 1-0327 1
has the purpose of planning each: being made by your child, and choking, racking bronchial seth \
will make this malic spasms Get genuine 6241-N.W. 17TH AVE. PL 8-9990
self-study meeting. The long day as successfulas (
range plans and objectives of the: you have in the past years. Breatheaay see what you've 17325 HOMESTEAD AVE. CE 53553
group were the main items discussed -i Much can be gained through cooperation been mlaalngt There'e no aubetl Perrlne .
1022 N.W. 6TH ST JA 2.3474
in thin meeting. Reports and undertanding. tute for original Brtatheaay In.
halant and nebulizing let. Get Ft. Lauderdale 1
of self-
concerning
our
progress 339 HAMMONDVILLE WE 3-3235 f
comfort
by breathing! Guaranteed
will be and
study recorded reported RD., Pompano
here as often a, the studyis USE OUR CLASSIFIED 14460 N.W. 22ND AVE. MU 8-0617 (
conducted. J A J DRUG DEPT. STORE
Unnle W. Fannin, principalD. COLUMNS FOR RESULTS) 1410 N.W. 2nd 8t., Miami Fla. Opa Locka 1
S 2100 N.W. 3rd CT. FR 4-6331
S. Sawyer, reporter 1111 ::L::'.."," "",, .............":L................1.... .....,_.....11......... 1019 ..N.W. 6th STREET .,
Ft. Lauderdale JA 2.3474 1
B.T.W. HIGH SCHOOL
COMMUNITY MAIN OFFICE (

Report cards were given on 1163 N.W. 3rd AVE. FR 3-8416
Wednesday, Oct. 15. The cards it
represented the work done by a
DRUG STORECOR.
students over the past six weeks.
The cards are considerably t
larger this year, and they con- 1
tain more information and have N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St.

undergone many new changes.The Fr
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED DUPLEXt
first PTA meeting was
held Oct. 8 At this meeting Mrs. Cut Rate Drugs Free Delivery
A. Johnson was elected presi- t
dent. It i IA. the hope of the PTA COSMETICS GIFTS HOSIERY FOUNTAIN SERVICE ON YOUR. LOT (
that all parents will become SEAL TEST ICE CREAM-MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT BILLS
members. It is planning' many
new projects for the coming PHONE OXford 1.7515
year. NO DOWNc;
A Suggestion Box has been C. M. JOLLIVETTE SR., Prop

placed in the front hall. This .... .... ..... .... ............................... ........ .................. ............,.... ........ ....... ............
new addition has. (been added by
the Student Council. The :
:
Council is hoping that membersof PAYMENTV
the student body will present
them with reasonable questionsthat :

Girls will from benefit the the senior school.depart DORCHAJnc.Real No Closing Costs No Gimmicks s

ment'are helping at the TB Cen,
ter daily. Everyday five girls are I
selected to' help volunteer persons z
$8; 5QQ.OO
S at the Center in downtown Estate Rentals
Miami. They are helping to stuff ff Complete
envelope,. that are sent to Mi-
amians during the season. -'- Lovely New Model-At
Parent-Teacher Conference is
be held Thursday. This will be '
to
the first conference held this 1009 N.W. 2nd Ave. 152 N.E. 77th Street

year. Any parent who wishes to i
inquire about' his child is askedto OPEN ALL WEEK
please know the following
1. Your child's name. 2. Ills Phone FR 4-0028-FR 4.3853 ;
homeroom number and teacher. Chelsea Realty, Realtor PL 4-4685
,

MIAMI 36, FLORIDA ; 7969 N.E. 2nd AVENUEHAPPENINGS

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Happy Birthday THE MIAMI TIMES-The Peoples Newspaper"

Good Morning Judge -I I SATURDAY OCT. 18, 1958 PAGE 15,



News From Miami's Municipal Precinct Court

JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON, Presiding Courtesy Bo Service Miami 36, Florida

By Elliott J. Piece, Times Staff Writer COLEMAN'SGULF

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SERVICE
I STATIONS
Another excessive total of 110 Charlie Henderson
charged i WASH POLISH WAX TIRE REPAIRING
cases: was listed for trial In Mun- with assault and battery with a I
:upal, court on Oct. 6. It wa clock on Ethel Williams, fined' ROAD SERVICE GAS OIL AND LUBRICATION
another! over-capacity crowd that $50> or 20 days. I EXPERT AUTO REPAIRING
Cteeted the judge when the session Corlne Nesbitt, charged with
was: called to order. disorderly: conduct by creating 276 N. W. Fifth Street 1628 N.W. 3rd Arena

Not too difficult to understand disturbance, dismissed with a'i PHONE FR .0111 PHONE PR .4tWPft
\\erv: the cases of Willie Stafford warning.
who lives at 334: Frow Ave. and I -S4S7

Martin .Knowlton, also of the I International Masons I ,
charged witha 1 h yr
Grove. Stafford was '
and Knowlton I, And Stars
sault battery on Program

In a and cross Knowlton complaint was with charged assault I 1 I A Success AtConvalescent HpV1Na ? SSU L ELF!

and battery on Stafford. The incidents Center f SNAVINIrtAGl i

cccured Friday at the I ----- ---- ______ w

home of Stafford. Officer E. B. I On last Sunday the special Mrs. Asia M, Mabel popularly "'
the
Kirkland was arresting offi- /
,foundation "
laying celebration of known as "Mother Mabel, of '
cer.Testimony disclosed that the Sunshine Convalescent Home, 216 NW 9th st., will celebrate IJ 0 t SHAVINGPOWDER
sponsored by the Masons and her 68th birthday on Monday, ____
had been living with It
KnoAlton
Stars was a big success. Oct. 20.Mrs. /People
for time but had
Stafford some There was preaching service Mabel recently returned __ _
to his portion of the
_
faned pay at 11 p
had o'clock by the Rev. Jackson from a vacation trip visiting her ; ORNlOYE
they originally
as
rent who cju
spoke ably and was en- grand children, Mr. and Mrs. BEAD
he
that would.
agreed joyed by everyone. Jame, Curtis of Brooklyn, and
Knowlton then moved out from
At 3 p.m. was the main turn friends Mr. and Mra. Georgia F eT EASY- sCent.
Stafford without paying the rent out of all with o monh1Qsr3u
the units lodges. Many Easley of Buffalo. She also visited -
he owed. Later the two
which choirs furnished music. Niagara Falls and a number l4 sot !9>i
men met and an argument soon
of friends in Long Island. She
arose. Then followed a fracas. The director, C. W. Preston, reports a wonderful vacation. T11 '
During the fight Stafford is alleged gave a detail explanation of the Relatives and friends are happyto sT tot 3 MO ,
to have hit Knowlton with project and many volunteer have her home again. : WOER E0 d / ..
hiv, hands and kicked him. workers signed up to devote I ult.
Knowlton is alleged to have pulled some spare time to the work. At B&P Club to r 1 cEOa
a knife on Stafford. 6 pjn. the group reassembled for
Both men ,tried to deny the the gosfel hour )led by the sen- Install OfficersThe
charges against them but the sational Humming Birds. They Business I IWomen'
jude failed to go along with were very effective, and they and Professional
their stories. Judge Johnson held the audience eagerly thru YWCA ,will Club hold of its Murrell initiation Branch of OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
found both guilty and fined each the program.
officers/ Oct. 21
on Tuesday, at
$50 or 20 days. SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
Campaign headquarters for the 8 p.m. at Dixie Park Auditorium
There were 104 cases listed for center I i. now set up at 1553 NW 340 NW 13th st. The public is PSYCHIC READER
tr al I in Municipal Court on Oct 62nd st. and any person whonas invited to attend. .
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13 some spare time morning, -
Dis-usting were the cases ofp'J.tht evening or night, that he or she GIVE. GIVE TO TE- I
< men seven of whom were could volunteer to help promotethis
charged with disorderly conduct campaign please stop in and UNITED FUND! I i

hv loitering! and the eighth was register with the office. .. oro ...... ..... ...... ......oro ..... '"
charged with drunk and dis-
ri:'r'v conduct by loitering. The Power Sewing at
men are Madison Quarterman,
,r, *eph Lee Ivery, Elizey Ward- NorthwesternThe ELNORASUNDRIES
row, Addis Clifton Scott Asa
Revnolds. Johnnie Dolar Char1 Power Sewing Class at tar
1 1! Cummings and Chester PierQ'n. Northwestern Senior High Schoolis Headquarters for your isc
all of the Liberty City area. i offering training for begin- MIAMI. TIMES If you live out
Pitrson was charged with drunk ners who wish to learn power Brownsville way
and disorderly by loitering. machine operation, shirt or WOMEN'S AND MEN'S HOSE ar
The incidents occurred about blouse making, garment designing WE SERVE
6:28 Sunday evening, according and garment fitting. Class
Foremost Ice Cream
to Officer Jerome Sanders, who meets Monday and Wednesday
was one of the arresting officers. evenings from 7-10 pjn. Phone NE 4-9441 Let my years of Experience guld and protect yeu thr* t> Ufo
Officer Victor Butler was the Special training is offered to .. a Lighthouse guide the ship 'In a term
other arresting officer. persons who are already em- 4338 N.W. 27th Are.
Officer Sanders told the court ployed as power machine opera- WHEN OTHERS PAIL YOU SEE ME
that the group wa, loitering In tors who wish to Improve tnem- J. FINCHER, Mgr. indf For Success in. Business And Love ;,
front of the Ebony Bar on NW selves so that they may receive CONSULT HER -
15th ave. Sunday evening. The promotions in their jobs or get
officer said he ordered the men new ,positions. For further information Drive Carefully .' You can now have your horn made happy ,:
tf, mcve on and stop hanging call PL 4-5491. .' Get and Hold the) position you so long wanted
around blacking' the sidewalk. .I Don't Stay in the rut ret out now
The the( officer added that some of By the> help of God the can help you
men began to go into and
f me out of the bar, but none Remove evil influence), If you arc sick worried or in
would actually leave the vicnity troubleIt
a., ordered. Officer Sanders said TV REPAIRS

np then arrested all of the men. will pay you to call and see this, Gifted Medium First
In court all of the men denied
the charges, each claiming that Where thousands come yearly' for help and advice, you too can
he had jUt arrived on the be touched by this strange mysterious power
scene shortly before the offcen' NO CHARGE WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe
arrived.
Judge Johnson Mm Ood who delivered Moses and the children of Israel
men, then fined each warned of the first the If we can't fix it in your home of old I Ie etlll' alive today and will open a way for you throughthe

seven $10 or 4 days, and Pierson, troubled tea of life. Let not him that le blind .lead you or

or the 10 eighth days. man was fined $25 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.-Sunday 10 to 3 you stumble with him.

Among other cases heard and L>. you doubt the existence of things because you cannot ...
disposed! of were the following: DRIVE-IN SERVICE them?

with Robert disorderly Eugene conduct Lee charged What do you think of the 'Invisible wave end sounds that. ", ak.WI'.I. .
by creating -
a disturbance, and with ..*. Telephone, Radio and Television. possible'

carrying concealed weapon (a ALL WORK GUARANTEEDPickup A seed before It sprout, lies concealed secret, silent In the dark
knife), fined $25: or 10 day on earth or womb of Nature. THERE II AN "UNSEEN POWER"
the first charge; dismissed on and Delivery-No Charge
second. Therefore, acquaint y o u r- '
Joseph K'Pljn' Russell charged self with the one who b an '
with disorderly conduct by consumIng authority. Whose private

street, fined alcohol$J5 on or the 6 p days.u b 1 c *> QED M Pp0 10 consultation will evolve you .

Leroy Yarber, charged with TK COltta to a higher state of mind.
assault and battery with hands 4 a $ "
on Lula Kirkland fined *50 All Information it
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Personal Mention her sister of 5424 N. 29th St.,

: : ?VI Kemp Sweeting and Simpson . Pembroke Road, West Holly
wood.
Calendar Roberts arrived bj The !Southland Singers bus
Pan American Airways on Sun- was chartered by Mrs. Young to
\ d day from Nassau for his vacation transport Mrs. Ferguson and
: t' Head United Fund Drive Mr. Roberts is awe 1 1- friends up to Carver .Ranches
I known businessman and taxi where a grand time was enjoyedby
opeiator. While visiting other
Ii A trio of civic leaders has The regional chairman will appoint WCKT turns over its facilities to relatives and friends, he is the everyone
been named regional chairmenfor district directors, who will the Fund Block workers will houseguest of his sister, Mrs. MJohnon Mrs. Ferguson returned to the
the Metropolitan Division ol recruit workers on a neighborhood view the' training Innovationfrom 1531 NW 1st court. land of ;'ink pearls with expressions -
the United Fund of Dade County basis. Mrs Ravlin said that coffee clutches organized
I'I it was announced by Mrs. volunteers will be asked to work throughout the county. of having had a wonderful
'I'I Fred Ravlin, division chairman. only one block in their own i ,Women wishing to help In the Mrs. Eloise Ferguson of Nas- time. She also expresse. many
\ neighborhood, thus solicit from I campaign can volunteer their sau, Bahamas, who was house- thanks to Mrs. Young and sister
/They are Eugene Kemp;, Mrs. friends and neighbors only. &!services through their area guest of her cousin, Mrs. Elveta
Genesta Sweeting an Miss Vic- Volunteers, she said, will be chairman or directly to the UF Brown, wa, given a going away i for their hositality as delightful
toria Simpson.The trained via television when on headquarters at 395 NW First party by Mrs. Mary Young and hostesses.
II
Oct. 28, at 10.30( : a.m. station St., FR 7-2501.( .
trio is responsible for the j

\ conduct of the house-to-house THIRD AVENUE REALTYHomes I
campaign of the United Fund in TIMES-"The
THE MIAMI Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE
the area assigned to them.
and Lots for sale in all areas of Dade County
16 SATURDAY OCTOBER 18 1958
I Kemp and Mrs. Sweeting are ,
co-chairmen of an area contain- Reasonably priced LISTINGS WANTED

( ing Liberty City, Hialeah, ...... ...... ....
742 NW 3rd Ave. Phone
Brownsville, the downtown area, BISHOP AND THE FR 43297S.
I Bundle Park, Ojus and New GIVE. GIVE
Liberty City. RABBI TOADDRESS UNITED FUND!II! Hutcheson, Jr., Registered Real Estate Broker

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unteers Miss Simpson in Coconut heads up Grove vol-, NAACP .........................__................0&...................:'':..:'':,:" :.:'. ..:..:...:.'.:..:".:'..:" ':.:..:.!..:.:..:.:..:.:.........................................-................
GouJdis} Richmond Heights and ,!t,/ 'Kor oISToXoKor uXoSif fTVrnXor JEoKo!! .. .. n .. .. .. .. .. .

Homestead.The DAYTONA BEACH, Oct. 9 -
trio has a combined goalof Bishop Sherman L. Greene of the 11 Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From fflp '

$7,998. AME Church and Rabbi J. M. ;3t,

The over-all goal of the Fund Taxay of Daytona Beach are VISIT OR CALL TODAY . PL 7-1645 ;%
principal speakers scheduled -
stands at $3,477,000 of which among .
some $301,434 'was reported collected to address the annual meeting ,
;.3i.
in the first week of the of the Florida State Confer-
campaign.The ence of NAACP branches here,
women's campaign kicks Oct. 2326. '!t; 31t1h

off on Nov. 2, which has been Meanwhile( NAACP member- '' r t ;c
designated 'United Fund Sun- ship drives have been launchedin
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day." Solicitors of businesses, West Palm Beach and Jack- ; t. f .
employes and professionals will sonville and others have been 8_ 7 v
have completed their campaignby planned for Tampa, Miami and 3ts '., s II
that date. St. Petersburg.
!
The newly organized regional i The churches in the state have
chairmen are responsible for selected the following leaders to
planning and supervising the head up drives in their respective ; -
house-to-house phase of the denominations in support of 3t 3
Fund's drive on behalf of 55 the NAACP: Bishop Greene,;
health, welfare and community Rev. J. A. F. FInlayson, presidentof P .u
agencies According to Mrs. Rav the General Baptist State ; x
lin, workers will have to solicit Convention; and Rev. J. C. Sams, ; ir !
every home in their area to meet president, Progressive Baptist 1t
their quota. Association.


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the 535 Club of the Sir J o h n minute stage review, door prizes, has new roof, hurricane awnings, properties To show, call us for ins j
Hotel is currently being plan- souvenirs and dancing. ,Ua carporte, jalousied windows, rear appointments. }Ijg
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spirits ;:; NEW CBS HOME Other modern features. See new ;ltd J
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17-lnch-$22.95 21.inch-$2g.95 :,1t r; Rental Agency is now with the able to build custom built 3-bed- %i

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