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HERE THEY ARE-The queen and her attendants, :
who will reign at the 'Southern University Homecoming in February ''SI I
r Activities. Standing, leading up, are Barbara Virdine, .
!, Opelousas, La., freshman attendant} Bobbie Jean Lyons, s r
Minden, Louisiana, sophomore attendant} Bernese Williams th< half a day of school!?" I'
Another blamed much
Miami, junior attendant} W. Demetria Hamilton, a I of the juvenile parent delinquency on
Greenville, Miss., senior attendant, and Merita Sarrazin, the double sessions. She claimed
New Orleans, La., Miss Southern. Homecoming is Satur zs / kids were at home most of the
day Nov. 15 with the Jaguars against Wiley College. : day while parent were away at
public.'t work.
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____ as with parents and Orchard Villa
r ,1- .M. sell school personnel is now in progress -
and A study is also being made t'I
\ .,. of avllable. fIace In surrounding I [
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discrimination against them has
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Beulah T. Whiff /of Detroit
t electrified the Woman's Day Max [
crowd at the Mt. Zion Baptist
Church with a scholarly address
on "The Woman's Role In Christian
Sneak Here
The Living speaker?" last outlined Sunday.the COUtH - ... ...... - - ,
which she would take, suggesting g
a greater co-ordination in the Max Lerner, columnist for the
home between man and woman, New York Post and Professor of
because of the need for b a ,t h American Clvilation at Brandeis
heads of the family to go out to University will speak on 'Amer
business, in order that the normal !lea As A Civilization" under the
economic demands of the auspices of Family Service, .
home can be met. Family Life Education Instituteon
\, Four points of challenge were Tuesday, Oct. 28 at 8 p.m. of the oath of office l>y
brought out and stamped Indelibly in the Miami Public Library John Barnhill, extreme right .
\ upon the minds of those who Auditorium.Dr. Tennessee State URi..,. i
, listened. They were Intellectual Lerner see, come alarming student council preside, 1 '
Freedom; Equal Opportunity for trend in the emerging American (center) is formally inaufu- i "
All; Justice Instead of Mercy; personality structure. "Our '
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-. '. .a>' TI Slumber PartyThe home of Mrs.
Minnie
r7- : ...:- ,.. ;, lovely C.
,:...:.:::: : ,< ; "" ,'0 local chapter of A 1 p h a James, Goulds, with Soror Cath-
I '. entertain erine L. Greene as hostess.
Gamma Chi Sorority ,
ed its new pledgees recently ) Everyone enjoyed dancing,
I
I'f I spinning records and munching
on dainty "surprise sandwiches,"
I support from the State of Ar- cookies and punch. A few sorors
f kansas. It was also learned teat even got around_ to getting mani.
few if any of the members of cures for their hair pin curled.
I the delegation are members of i I We are sure alcohol rube were
I any church, or are in the habit in order on Sunday morning af-
3i of attending any house of worship tre the sorors all joined in a
-I ." somewhat crude form of the
The statement further notes limbo and "The Stroll
that "no Negro citizen, of
in the Those sorors present were
standing and responsibility
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Little Rock community are iden- Delores Bankston, Janet Brown
Carmetta Brown, Gloria Clark,
with this disruptive plot"In
tified Arefoa DeVeaux, Claudia Jasper,
furtherance of this plot, ne Vivian Harris, Mary B. Henry,
t segregationists are reported plan- Dori, Martin, Veronica OBerry,
ning to send Negroes to a farewell Louella Thompson, Helen Wiley
reception in honor of the Pledgees present were Beverly-
2k.JMi1 Rev. Dunbar Ogden, who; because Grant. Minnie C. James and Mil-
a of his opposition to school
ya dred DeVeaux. Soror Peggy
segregation! has been forced t!>
Bringier i, basileus of the
local
give up his pastorate of a Presbyterian : -
church in Little Rock. chapter.


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Beauticians Pictured above are models who participated in the
Coiffure Revue Fall Tea sponsored by Beauticians' Unit
Coiffure Review No. 7, Oct. 18 at the Longshoremen Hall. The event GAMES

SuccessfulThe proved a tremendous success.

president and member' of
:Beautician's Unit No. 7 take this 1
method to thank its many friendsfor THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"
their part in making its recent FRIDAY OCTOBER 24
Coiffure Revue Fall Tea PAGE 2 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1958 ,
such a tremendou success.
We thank all those participa-
ting on the program, and special NAACP PROBE REVEALS
SPONSORED BY
thanks to Mrs. Myrtle Davis,

Temple Daughter No.Ruler 769 Greater as mistress Miami of Paid to Attend HOLY REDEEMER USHERS
ceremonies, Mrs. Enid Reese, Negroes
narrator for revue, Mrs. Naomi
Symonette for presentations,
Miss Mildred Pleasant for her 6
singing Mrs. Leila Williams, Churches in Little Rock
music; George Kirby, a star entertainer I
for his impersonationof HOLY REDEEMER SCHOOL HALL
other famou stars; Messrs, NEW YORK Attempts by shippers" had been paid to attend
Charle Lowe and James Isorn of groups of Negroes to attend services the White churches and had
Greater Miami Lodge No. 1113 as at White churches in Little been transported to the churchesby 1301 N.W. 71st Street
escorts, and Mesdames Christa- Rock would appear to be "a White men as part of "an organized -
lee Cooper, Ella Moncur and maneuver of the segregationistforces effort to embarras the
their committee in planning and and may well have been ministers and arouse not only the: 8:00 P.M. TILL 11:00 P.M.
presenting the Coiffure Revue. stimulated by some state off- congregation immediately concerned I
Mrs. Evelyn Thomas for graciously dais," the National Associationfor but other White church
presiding over the tea the Advancement of Colored goers as well." I *
table. People declares in a statement One of the men playing an active
Again, we say thanks released here by Dr. Channing H. role in this scheme, the
Mrs. Marion Muldrow, Pres. Tobias, chairman of the Associa- NAACP statement asserts, "is ADMISSION FREE
Miami Beautician's Unit 7 tion's Board of Directors. the proprietor of a nursing home
The statement, adopted by the which receives patronage and
FORD STARTS NAACU Board of Directors at its
GRANT TO reguar monthly meeting here on
Oct. 14, reaffirms the Assicia-
AFRICA tion's conviction that "the

OBERim, Ohio (CNS) Churches of Christ should be YOUR CREDIT
voluntarily IS f M.
The Ford Foundation chose the desegregated every > AT
126th anniversary of Oberlin where. However, it point, out,
College to announce that it was "an investigation by the NAACP
opening a program of assistance seems to indicate that worship
for education, research and industrial in Christian fellowship was not Vi
development in Africa. the real objective" of those colored BAKER'Sr
The initial grants are to be persons seeking to attend
$250,000 first and $700,000 a few churches "whose ministers have
months later Henry T. Heald, been moderates on"the school integration
foundation president announcedthe question.
grant at the convocation of The investigation revealed that
the college. certain of these "alleged wor- 137 North Miami Avenue



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DILLARD EDGES I THE' MIAMI TIMES-'The People1 Newspaper"

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1958 PAGE 3
BOOKER T. 12.7 --

In one of the most closely contested MAYS STYMIEDBY 1 I.
t games. flayed by one of
DA G the local teams, the Dillard High BELLE GLADEIN f!
: Tiers of Ft. Lauderdale defeated MUSIC
the BTW Tornadoes by a 0-0 SCORE
core of 12-7 last Thursday nightat H
__ Dcrsev Tark. The game could The May High Rams and Lake
'y have gone either to the final Shore High of Belle Glade MUSIC
Tf whistle battled to a scoreless tie last
i With only fIve second to playin Friday night at the Recreation
the first half, halfback Willie Park In Homestead. The Rams MUSIC
Clare of Dillard intercepted a deepest penetration was to the
4 Tornado pass on his 35, broke 30 yard line. The Belle Glade '
; A sti' MrMir into the clear and ran 65 yards', Boys :threatened to score twice with Tee Jay,
The when they drove beyond the 10.Two .
for the first score. attempted -
: conversion was missed. gallant goal stands by the Ed Cook

'i: !Late in the' third period, Dil- Rams prevented the scores. Rockin' Rogers
,
_ lard scored again when halfback
Leon Kirby broke off his right & Louise GriffinThere'
y tackle and ran 51: yards for the LOTS FOR SALE
second touchdown. Again the try
4' for point was missed.In Easy Terms Music
:w 4.My the final period the Tornadoes Build on your lot
,
scored when quarterback or mine
Aplenty . on
: Samuel Hutcheson smashed over We take care of financing d ,
the center on a sneak from the
{ one. A pass from halfback Gus NO MONEY DOWN i
Marshall to Freddie Atwell add-: Cash paid for your Iota 01 1220ON Im
ed the point. home
Booker T. threatened to score
two more times by driving inside Baron, JE 8.1340 YOUR DIAL
the 5 but lost the ball both
timeR on fumbles.

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:, 8it a; N'WESTERNDOWNS STANTON Widow Must Sell +$4 I

Remarkable Rubin (honorary member of the sorority Nearly new CBS home 1,

) Trio will be the featured guest of the Sigma .Omicron 19.0 3-bedroom, tile roof

Chapter of the Alpha Chi Pi Omega Sorority's Annual
Founder's Day Tea, Sunday, Oct. 26 at the Liberty Displaying a good defense and Full price $11,490 Radio Miami

Square Auditorium, 6304 NW 14th ave., from 4-6 p.m. capitalizing on a number of Cash down $890
breaks, the Northwestern High
The Tea is sponsored for the benefit of the JamesE. Bulls defeated the Stanton Blue 4613 SW 24th St. MORE PLATTER

Scott Day Care Center No. 1. An afternoon of rare entertainment Devils of Jackson by a score of LESS CHATTERALL ,I
all. 19-0 last Friday night at Miami Carver' Ranches
is in store for DAY LONG!
Stadium
Call JE 1.5973
I Northwestern moved into the 1
scoring column late In the open-
ing period When quarterback
Caruer Middletonin James Tullls YMv.4..1
us passed to halfback (VwV.M'MMMWUkA. > hx
Marlon Patterson. The play cov-
ered 55 yards and was good foi
the first touchdown. The pointwas
UN atnra missed.In .
TonightThe :
j
the second period the nulls'Ernest '
Spence Intercepted a passto 1
Carver High School Hornets defending champ
set up the second score. A
ions of the Big '9' South Conference, are host to the Tutu* pass to Spence was good
mighty Middleton High Tigers of Tampa tonight at Dor- for a 35-yard TD. Again, the try 1J1frI :
I I for point was no good. !
sey Park. j '.I|I'The <
The Bulls increased their score
Tigers have scored over- in the final quarter when Jose-
whelming in conquering Booker phuj Bethel intercepted a Stan-
T Washington of Miami, Jones HORNETS NIP ton pass on the opponents' 28 1 E SCNMgH g
High of Orlando. Miami's North- WPB 7.6 and galloped for the 3rd touchdown -
western and Lakeland, with the Creole Johnson added the
exception of a hard gruelling tie The Carver High Hornets point from ,placement.
with the strong Dillard Hi 'h of came from behind In a closely The Jacksonville boys threatened
Fort Lauderdale contested game and defeated three times when they got
Roosevelt High of West Palm inside the Bulls' 10, but lost the
The Hornets who have defeat. Beach by a score of 7-8 Satur- ball each time on fumbles.
ed Mays High, Campbell Street day night at Dorsey Park.. The
and Roosevelt (High' have suffered game could have resulted in a
two defeats, from North- victory for either team up to the ril
Clark added
the extra pointon
western and Dillard, both vic Baal minute of play. off-tackle !
an plunge.
tin of the conquering Middle- rrhe WPB boy scored early In The West Palm Beach Boys I,
ton team. the opening period, following threatened in the late stanza
the recovery of a 1l0rneta'fumble when they drove to the Carver !
The Hornets, who defeatedthe
locals' 28. Halfback
on the -
14. But the Hornets' line
rose to
Tigers last by a narrow mar- Benny Merthant plungedover
gin of one point (27-28)) are the center from'the 6-inch the occasion and the visitors
looking up to this game, which line for the score. The point was were stymied.
in all respect can easily decide missed. ..... -
who will reign as champions of Midway in,, the third period GIVE. GIVE TO THE
ji
the Big '9' South for 19 8. Carver scored when halfback
Ulysses Morris plunged over UNITED FUND!11! :
The Tigers are led by the hard center for S yard Fullback Cy- .... --
running of their 'potential all-
conference halfback Ralph Du- :
pree, who has contributed more
yardage and touchdowns than COMING TO MIAMI
any other member of the Middle-
ton squad. The remainder of the '. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 21st r
backfield consist of all confer- ,
ence halfback Nathaniel Davis, 4 In Fine Whiskey. .

and fullback Alton White. The THE FAMOUS
backfield Is supported by the FLEISCHMANN'Sis
hard blocking and tackling of a i Roberta Martin SingersOF
rather Inexperienced line, which '

season.has done fairly well so far this CHICAGOAt the BIG buy I t

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Carver's team has almost the:
same personnel as their team of Longshoremen's Hall, 816 N.W. 2nd Ave. =

1957. Although the Hornets have 90 PROOF Is why '
gotten off to a slow start this
season they are progressingmore
and more as the season
roe by. The Hornets have returning BLENDED WHISKEY 00 PROOF 68% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS
all-city and allconference STAR MEAT MARKET THE fLEISCHMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY /(
full back Cyril Clark all- ,
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city all-conference quarterback .TL T 11
Sinclair Luther Wallace
Willie Stringer King Ulysses Morris, FOR BETTER PICTURES . See
1520 N.W. 62nd Street .
John
Leo Williams Colbert :
William Paulk. Archie Williams Johnson of Miami
Lorrell Wells Freddie Smart, 0

Charle Belvin, Eleazor Wright THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
Thomas Exum Fred Miller and Dinners Parties Weddings Passport

James Clairt. Home Movies

The Hornets know that theirsIs
a Job to be done, and will be Fresh Meat Low Prices Baby Pictures A Specialty 'I I '
out to get it done.
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4 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, '!I95TEMPORA I ..
8JUST BROWSIN' LAW BIAS IN'tBIRMINGHAM: :: : " '.. -' ..:PUNPHUN' T ,

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h'h'h"h BIRMlUNGrMM( Fourteen, : ': '
$i w'her'e---a
Charles North of the North's Negroes went on trial Thursday: sge| Negro branch
on Sat- of their Df the\pghth\ for the (Blind
Travel Bureau, returned night in the first phase .
is to be built
Once
Washington ,
bus seat more
from new
against a We
afternoon test case
'
I urday two-week Birmingham Ala?,..baveJUw. i bund leading the ,blind
after a in ,
MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR ELLIS D. C. ing policy ,,
IN trip visiting Jamaica them is the Rev. F. L. tbe, spirilmHy} blind doing: the
"The Times Are Changed And We Are With Them" familiiariaation Among .
Changed
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Office at 1112 N.W. Third Avenue, Miami Florida-Phone FR 3-2236 i Puerto Rico, New York has who also is threatening an attack t am reminded of' two peosle: )
Mr. North the city's policy of segregating -
Plant at 6740 N.W. 16th Avenue-Phone PL 4. 128 and Washington. best on by, this ) CidentGov.. FaubUg
been arranging with the park facilities. the ruler of a sovereign state and
4 accomodationfor its
hotels and other Birmingham has repealed a little blind girl, who ,
H. E. SIGI8MUND REEVES Editor not too
enter law but has
convenience and segregated seating .
the long 'ago wrote. to
GARTH C. REEVES AetoclaU Editor and Business Manager future patrons given transit officials authorityto Eisenhower, suggesting President
that
vacationing ftn the Caribbean. lay down( seating rules. Thir- the children, should to all
go
: teen Negroes, acting under or- school!
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK one day blindfolded, to shoy how
date the from Shuttlesworth, chal-
Novemlber 30 is the ders silly our" Imagined' differences
J the Incarnation, the lenged the system, this week and ''
CONVENTION HIGHLIGHTS Church of are Does thin not ;prove that one
t Church Rev. ElSsha Clarke, vicar, ,will were charged with breach of the need not have
\ The General Convention of the Episcopal physical eyes to
present the Choir of St. Augus peace. seethe truth? Also 'that
closed its 13-day meet at Miami Beach last Friday. Raleigh N. C., at one may
tine's, College, have eyes and see not? Jesus
It was an historic occasion for the South, and many High School
the spoke clearly about that!
who attended and those who read about it, land saw some You must heat this choir. UNLICENSED two make a wonderful pair-able nest,

of it on TV, or heard it on radio, are still discussing it i READER FINED though one ,apparently is not
very favorably. !Pulpit Digest that conducted a able! Oh' the wondrous wisdom

: The convention was totally integrated. It would not l poll of 3,606, ministers out of In every the The strong arms of the 1 a w of God, that (He should make the

Save chosen Miami Beach unless it was guaranteed dve South.Protestant found four ministers favor reached out and caught an unlicensed log seeing! blind and the blind see-

insegregated use of all hotel, eating and recreational fa racial integration. In the border called fortune spiritual teller medium and so-this

cilities. This convention stands out in that respect. states the poll was almost unanimous I week. On :May 7, at 9:10: ajn. The vain say, "I am :better
We will just give you a few highlights, some of the for integration.The two young: women 'went to the wiser.T am" the greater." "I am the
It is the
things that might not be generally known : World Fair home of Mrs. Evelyn Cooper, not with their spiritual vain who see
Brussels
4541 SW 25th st. Carver Ran eyes, but
Negroes were on committees preparing for the ,
con-
which lasted six months, entertained with their verbal Ts".
ches for
,
a reading.
II 42 million' visitors. One of the girl was told thata I I I One of my favorite passages
Negroes served registrars with Whites.
ras along
bright woman was not her I comes from the "Hidden Words
Negroes were among the ushers. Asst. Attorney General RalphE. I friend, even if it was her moth revealed by Baha'u'llah, a great
Negroes sang in the massed choirs under the direction ,Odum thi, week told Florid er. And a dark woman was not Persian Sage, and Founder of

of the Rev. Ralph A. Harris, D. Mus., University of ians that unless some state's integrationtakes public her friend either.' She was told the Baha'i Faith. I uote, 'Oh
the
in
Sliami School of Music, and organist-director' of St. Phil. schools place the Pupil Assignment that she handles a lot of money children of men,' know ye not
and the ones who laugh In her why we have created you all
lips Church, Coral Gables. law to minimize race mixing i is face from
were not her friends, and the same ,dust? That none
j A Negro octet from Booker T. Washington doomed. The people must be told
did
High not. mean_ her any good. should exalt himself over t h *
chool sang at, the dinner for the Rt. Rev. Henry Knox he said, that "ultimately their ruesaay, Oct 21, this medium other. Ponder at all times how
Sherrill, ,D.D., presiding bishop, and Mrs. Sherrill. choice can only be schools between integrated met face to face with a Broward I ye were created. Since we have

Negro guests were at the Fontainbleau, the Deau- schools.public We certainly or no County Judge and was convicted created you all, from the s a m e
Mlle public and charged $175 or 90 days in substance, it is incumbent
Eden Roc, Monte Carlo, Allison, San Marino, Yen wouldn't like to see the public jail She had charged only $1.00 you to walk with the same upon feet
Dome, Sherry Frontenac, Oasis Motel and other major schools in Florida closed. for the reading. This should be eat with the same mouth, and

luxury Miami Beach hotels. not a warning to all unlicensed dwell in the' same land, that
I They dined at Pumperniks, Pkkin Chickin, Park !Believe it or they are still readers. from your inmost being the signsof
Avenue, and other restaurants having trouble over bus seatingin This story was brought to the oneness and the essence of
Miami Beach was opened to Birmingham, Ala. On Tuesday Miami Times by Prof. I* Hiunter. detachment may be made mani-
everybody, and every 13 Negro were arrested; fest. Such is
our counsel to
courtesy was shown delegates and visitors. because they failed to sit where Gets 90 oh concourse of light. Heed you,
I Congratulations to Miami Beach and to the Diocese the bus driver wanted them to. Days this counsel that ye may obtain ye

of South Florida, the Rt. Rev. Henry I. Louttit, D.D., 40 Charles of Alexander Braddock, I the fruit of holiness from the
bishop of the Diocese ; also to the Miami clerics and the In Tallahassee they are rubbing sentenced, 3052 NW 51st Terr., was tree of wondrous glory."
Diocesan chairman of heads together to see just to 90 days in jail My daily (prayer: is to live thus.
arrangements for the convention
what can be done about the< Tuesday for possessing and sell- If we all
can do this, the blind
Ret. U.S. Brig. Gen. Lewis B. Rock. school iprdblem in order to meet ing lottery tickets ,last July. He shall no longer be blind spiri

the requirement of the Supreme wa, sentenced by Criminal Court tually} to mislead the physically
J iThe paintings of the Conference of Religious Life, Court without forcing Whites to Judge Gene Williams blind

one of the exhibits at the convention, were beautiful. attend school with Negroes.

They are the work of Artist Allan Rohan Crite of Boston, !Humor says one plan may be We've
and were presented to the Order by Mr. Crite, a devoted dividing the schooLs, one for Got a New Number!
dturchman.Mr. boys only, and one for girls.

| Mr. Crite (also paints Christmas cards. (From ester,N.Y. comes OXford 1-0421

His mother was at one time head of the Diocesan new,, that the Rev. Fr. QuintinE.

Altar* Guild of Boston. The Crites are Negroes Primo Jr., BX, S.T.B, will be
1 _______ ___ ____ instituted as the first rector of
THE UNITED FUND St. Simon's Church in that city

It is United Fund time. In fact, more than a half on the Feast of St. Simon and
St. Jude, Tuesday, Oct. 28. Fr.
million dollars of the $3,447,000 has been subscribed. Prkno is well known in Miami.
Now we have come to the districts. The Regional

Chairman has appointed district directors to carry the 6740 N.W. 15th AVENUE(

ball, and we must get into the scrimmage. TORNADO, ,HITS .

These directors will be recruiting workers on a !

neighborhood basis to work one !block in their own neighborhood PAHOKEE

.' In a tornado at Pahokee Iftft MANAGING AND MAINTAINING. '
Everyone who can, should the
support United Fund.
Sunday some 50
migrant workers MORE
It touches us all. When we contribute to this fund, we are camps were destroyed and oneoccupant THAN 10,000 HOUSING<; UNITS ;

helping our Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, YMCA, YWCA, the John Gray, was killed, IN DADE & BROWARD r.
Urban League, the James E. Scott Community Associa- I several injured and hospitalized. CQUl TIES

tion, St. Alban's Day Nursery and other agencies supported 'Nine' small airplanes were
by this fund. thrown smashed oft and the track.two box cars The Largest' Organization'; ',:of '

When we consider the good these organizations do, Among the injured were Mrs. its Kind in The South Serving
we certainly should support them. Nora B. Thomas broken leg. f
'
Recently our YMCA acquired some valuable proper (Henry Johnson, 78, Willie Colored People"For .
ty and is now in a po itlpn to do a much better job. Johnson, 49, and James White

Last Sunday afternoon the James E. Scott Community 53, all suffered internal injuries. Fast, Efficient ScmW(CallPAGE _
Henry Thomas, a worker
suffered
Association dedicated its -
new home at 66th street a broken back.
between 11th and 12th avenues.,. The dedication addresswas (Hospitalized with les, serious

delivered by the Rev. William K. Williams, executive cuts and bruises were Mr. Alley

director, Dade County Council of Community Rela Gray, John Gray, Jack G. Free-
tions. man and his wife. Ruby; Arthur
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If "have not Sutffren.! and LoIJII Ma._. u.v., f - , CY, INC.i .
you seen this building and its spacious ton. ---- '"all-: -

grounds, do, so by all; means. i .. -". . ,

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BUS"FARES GO UP Extravaganza In 12 CONVENIENT, LOCATIONS .
1880 -
Miami Transit Company will raise its bus fares from Fashions N.W.,73rd aT. PL $4827'
15 cents to 20 cents. The reason, the drivers demand an 3481 GRAND 'AVE. 'a HI ,4.1447
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increase, and of course, bus riders must pay it. That is the YOU are invitEd to beta 4240 N.W. 27 AVE. } f }.,' NI a-34e8

way it is done. But listen to this! Eighteen cents was fall and winter Sunday after-your 7102 N.W 14TH AVE. ." r. '.", .,: PL '1-0327

suggested, and that would take care of the wage increase noons by attending an extravaganza 17325 e 8241 NW 17TH AVE. \/"' PL a-U90
but it would necessitate. in fashions featuring the HOMESTEAD AVI. f 'I: ..CE 83553
handling
pennies, so that tax- Perrine
.stylish stout and others ', :J ; ......:
payers .must be taxed an extra two cents, for no other Nov. 2, from 330: to 6:30 Sunday: it, 1022 N.W.8TH ST. "' ;", ':"JA 2-3474
reason than the convenience of the bus FL Lauderdale
\ company and, the Ss0trsetUrVTef, Room, 2540 NW S 33t
drivers HAMMONDVILLE .. WE 3-3235
| They> also want to raise the school fare to 10 cents. tioD at the door. EnterSSmen- e 14480 RD.,N.W..22ND Pompano
and refreshments. AVE. ,
MU 8.0117
t The commission in agreeing to these increases, should go to St. James Proceeds will OPt Locka' I

r ember that those pennies every day could help poor Mrs. Edna Owens Nursery, S 2100 N.W. 3rd CT. . FR 4.83S.
101t
pople"uy lunch for their children. 'N.W. 6th1STREET.Ft. 1 '

J The Union has called a strike. They are asking that Mrs. Georgia Scott chairman Lauderdale JA 2&.347

wage 'Increase be retroactive to September 30. At the time co-chainnan MAIN OFFICE
of this writing we are without bus service. Rev. A. J. Reddick, pastor 163 'iN.W. 3rd AVE. FR 3-8416

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minute plans for Ia Kiddies Hallowe'en A i sndaottoa-story :
Bethel, Alexine Delancy; Pres. and Ar- '
Party for children of members and their that reach Kist
friends. The club has also, planned a lene Williams. Standing: ,Clara Knight, :\ \ and wide \\ :'.

Sadie Hawkins Day Dance for Nov. 14 at Audrey Williams, Margaree Orr, Barbara I u the human ,
the Jim Jam Club. Ellison.
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Youth ProgramAt BTW Alumni Elect I Washington which will be celebrated -
'on Thursday, Nov. 20 The t y
Kelly's ChapelThe Homecoming majorette,' will lead the giant .
parade which will (precede the
QueenJoan homecoming game that night
Methodist Youth Fellowship The parade will begin at 6 p.m. MAN U lD e011YUidWdPIl1J6D '
of Kelly's Chapel Methodist Williams, a member of
and will pass through the prin-
Church will sponsor a literaryand the recent graduating class of I
cipal streets of the city ending at -.ovJ-RJ8C
musical program 'beginninga 1958 of Booker T. WashingtonHigh Dorsey Park.Moultrie .
membership drive on Sunday, School, was unanimously tICIIIOCII.GP
October 26, 5 90 at the elected Alumni Homecoming High of Moultrie, Ga
: pjn. will be the opponents in the I'i i1tt&I.Qi5Uoo.&... M
church, 7105 NW 15th. ct. Refreshments Queen On Tuesday night at a annual j / -
will ''be served. The special meeting of the Booker T. homecoming game. .Rwwwwa.ii! :.- a'laa:aIt'c'm11z :
public is Invited to attend. Washington Alumni Association. Immediately following the a
Elizabeth Banks, president Misses Patricia Nlchol and !game the reception will be heldat I
Rev. Leroy Kelly, pastor Carolyn Spicer, two more members the spaciou BTW gym with SUNDAY
of the class of, '58, were music by Robert Jones and his MONDAY TUESDAY
selected as attendants of the orchestra I
Queen.. .
Musical TeaThe Miss Eunice Mann of the classof Canon
'53 and Mrs. Esther Livingston Cooper at ADDlE MURPHY G G1AAtA
Dusiness Women Recrea- Brown of the class of '57 The IncarnationCanon
tional ClUb Invites you to attendits were named Alumni Majorettesfor
Musical Tea on Sunday afternoon this year.The Milton Cooper, rector of
Nov. 19, from 4 to 8 Queen and her attendant St. Agnes Church, Nassau, Ba-
PJTV at the House of Albert, will reign over the annual Homecoming hamw, will be the celebrant and
642 NW 15th ave. festivities at Booker T.The preacher at Solemn high mass at
the Church of the Incarnation
Sunday at 11 am.
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their 28th anniversary at the beautiful NorthwesternHigh THEATRE P

School, 7100 NW 12th are., Friday, Oct. 31 at 8:00 SUN. MON. TUES FAST GUNS
p.m. The Soul Stirrers will have as their guests the sensational V/ ;,
Nightingales with Julius Cheeks, Miami's own "LAST OF FASTGUNS" i. w I )

Melody Echoes.
and the Jock Mahoney -JOCKMAHONEYGILBOITiDlAHOBMXMXMM2K &
Extra The Famous Pilgrim Travelers Mayfield -
Gospel Singers. Tickets are now on sale at North'sTravel witness Prosecution"Tyrone For CMSTII oiIIa I I'UM I, IN ;

Bureau, Weal's Beauty Salon, Pratt's Cleaners, Power t011 LIE.*uausa arm Kniwl 1
and Neal's Super Market. Get yours now and avoid the .
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MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" Happenings aratlon. "
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The children have made SMITH
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1958 JESCA CentersBy jac-o-lanterns for the par ELECTRICSERVlcE
ties.
Helen Strachan Stubbs
LEST WE FORGET

in Your DID YOU KNOW to. October 26 iq the date set tot i :, Electrical Contractor
Changes 'Play is the child's response the annual tea given by the Sigma -
life?" It is his life if he is to be a Omicron Chapter of the Al- HOUSEWIRING

vital, growing creative indivi pha Chi Pi Omega Sorority for "Don't cuss Call us"
dual. James E. Scott Day Care Centerat
Social Security PATRON'S COUNCIL NEWS Liberty Square Auditorium. PHONE NE 5-3058

Patron Council meetingswere Night or Day
Ever since the enactment of held Oct. 8 and 14 at Cen- Advertise It Pays!
the original social security law, in the event of his death, she ters One and Two. We were hap-
marriage or remarriage: has often been able to --
have both of
would not py to have with us at -- --- ----- -- ----
been a reason of' insured social: qualify for benefits as his widow these meetings, George Williams,
security benefit payments to dependents unless the marriage had been in, chairman of the Day Care Com-
or survivors or insured effect for at least one year. mittee. COMING SOON !
workers In many cases, it is stilla
cause for the termination of The 1958 amendments to the Officers elected:: for the Pa-
benefits. The law, as recently law remove these periods. Some- tron's Council of Jameq E. Scott
amended, however remove,, some one like Mrs. Jackson could Center were: Mrs. Mamie Wil ZETA SIGMAPreHalloween
of the restrictions.For therefore marry a man who is Hams, president; Mr. Wilson, vice
example, Mrs. Florence getting old age insurance bene- president, and Mrs. Margarette
Jackson, 64, was widowed 2 fits and qualify immediately for Styles treasurer. At the Liberty Cabaret
years ago. She has continued to wife's benefit based on his social Square Patron's Council officers
live in the home .&he and her hus- security account. were: Lewis Blake, president;
bad bought !Soon after their mar- Mrs. Lowrie, vice president, and
riage and has been receiving In the first article of this Ben Ferguson, treasurer. With
$81.40 a month as a widow's series, I touched briefly' on the these people to guide and 'Work Music Fun Prizes
benefit. Naturally, she't increased benefit amount pro- with us in the Councils this year I
been lonely and has welcomedthe vided by the 1958 amendmentsto we know that our year will bo CLUB 535 (SIR JOHN CLUB)
the social security law. In
friendship of Frank Brown a my more than successful.
lifelong neighbor. Frank, 72, and next article, I shall discuss social -
a widower for many years, lives security !benefit in more de- This month .is Just filled with FRIDAY OCTOBER 24 1958
in a small furnished room on the tail. In the meantime, if you activities which are so exciting, ,
income from the monthly social want more information on social There are the regular birthday
security checks paid to him because security, we invite you to parties held the last Friday ol 10 p.m. Until??
he was dependent upon his contact the Social Security Dis- each month; because the last
son, Bill, when Bit died a number trict Office at 234 NE 79th St. Friday is Hallowe'en we are go

of year ago. --
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Recently, it has occurred to I" ------------- .
Mrs. Jackson and Mr, Brown ------- I
that it would 'Abe both pleasantand
sensible for them to marry '. "
nd sPend their remaining years :", " r--e--XCLUSIVE \ ,
together. Until just a month ago,! :
however, their marriage would J
financial disaster _, --- -
have meant ; -----
because It would end social security ----_-. ------
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payments for both of them.
Under the provisions of the social
security law, benefits paidto
the dependent of a worker -
to his child, to his widow ((01
widower) or to an aged depen- FIRST-TIME OFFER!
dent dependent parent marries.- stop when that


iA change in the social security
law will now make it possiblefor
them to :go ahead with their
marriage plans. Under this
change, a dependent's social security
benefit payments will not
stop if he or she marries another .Such
person- who is also receiving social c4 ,
security 'payments a* a de
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pendent. A woman receiving MAHALA r.
widow\s. benefits can therefore
marry a person, Whp, like Mr., 'uh1'f
Brown, is getting dependent- pa \ JACKSON i1
rent's benefits, or she can marry !, p
someone who is eligible for bene r
fits as a, dependent widower or SINGS
as the disabled son or daughterof
a retired or deceased worker., "OhIMIsltl 11"
Marriage to a person who is "
not receiving social security Walk Over God's Heaven" ,,
benefits will still end the bene-
fit rights (present and future) of
a dependent-.beneficiary. Bui 1 c: j ? a
another change in the law will
help dependent beneficiarieswho _
marry persons :who are now
or who may soon be getting old-
insurance or disability insurance DUKEELLINGTON
benefits. Until now, such a marriage ;u.
would have ended the de
pendent's ,benefits and he or she
would have had to wait at. leas'
3 year to ;get benefits as the dependents
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G I I SATURDAY OCTOBER 25, 1958 PAGE 7

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TB VOLUNTEER or women are Invited to volun
teer. Organizations already
I WORKERS working Include civic, fraternal
dhurch, women 18 clubs, college
NEEDED
and high school groups.

Individuals and organized Maurice Long, president of the
groups are urged to contribute a Tuberculosis Association, urged
few hour of volunteer service individuals and groups interested -
each week at the Dade County in volunteering to phone Jean
Tuberculosis Association No. 83 Davie at Association offices, FR
SE 8th st. 7 '368, to work out a mutually .(.
Help is! needed in readying agreeable' schedule. It they wish,
272,000 envelopes of the tiny groups will be scheduled to workin
Public relations and tales representatives Cola Bottling Co., Cleveland, Ohio Chas traditional Christmas Seals the evenings, by prearrangement. -

have been added recently by bottlers Boone, Columbia Coca-Cola Bottling Co., which will begin to go out to ,
of Coca-Cola in four Dade Countlans on November 14 1
important
mar Columbia S. C. and Clifton Matthews While Christmas 1 i. two months
ket Volunteers are asked to w o r k
areas. Seen above the
new Negro for most it is almost
away people, -
Winston Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Winston- on envelope sprtmg, assembling
marketmen are: .Waiter Beamon The and other details In at hand for the Tuberculosis -
preparation
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of New York Salem, N.C. The Coca-Cola industry employs for the big Christmas Seal mail- Association as it preparesto

Joseph Williams, The Cleveland Coca- such personnel ,throughout the U. S. ing.Groups meet its mid .November dead-
whether they be men line for Christmas Seal mailing.


1 I 11 . .. ._ . II I E. A. Ward Namedto


Along Freedom's RoadBy Demo Committee : DOE -'CHA Inc.

,
E. A. Ward widely known re *. JReal
tired pharmacist, who was recently
RUTH
PERRY --
elected Democratic executive
. 1..1 . 1 I I" . 11 committeeman from district Estate Rentals

Something has bothered me fora THE BLAME 19 in Dade County, was appointed -
long time. And !finally I have Monday night a* a member I' -*-
discovered what it is. It is this My Arizona friend In her let. of the special Installation Com-
talk about "moderates" and ter said practically the sam e mittee of Democratic Executive
"moderation" We have heard a thing as Rabbi Rothschild. "Hate Committee by the newly elected. N.W. 2nd Ave.
great deal about the extremists bombers," she said, "are small In chairman, Atty. Johnson E. Da yOD9 i
and unhappily many reporters numbers, a$ compared with oui vis. Mr. Ward's committee will
and newscasters have classed the American population in generalBut spearhead a major banquet spon-
NAACP at one eend of extremism I despair of the human atti sored by the group which will be
tudes inherent in the large bodyof Phone FR 4-0028-FR 4-3853
and the financial segregationists: held on Oct. 30. I
at the other. I feel it has always "decent" people who would I
of throwing i i Other Committeemen
been a very unfortunate choiceof never dream Negro
words to label the NAACP as bomb, but who through their and Committeewomen are J;>r. MIAMI 36, FLORIDA
lack of action even Williams Mrs. Doro
;an "extremist" group, because I and expression Charle and
of opinion permit a disgraceful thy Divine
have never feel that our organization
condition to exist in our
was such a group. Ware I
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friend made
Then
militant, true enough. We country. my I
the statement that I think Is a
are liberal, again, true. :But I
classic. "The trouble with 'mod
can never understand why an T' s sa
erates' is that they are only
organization striving for rights ;
.
to evil. -
moderately opposed .
already given them by the U. S ,jw
Constitution can be rightly or And it was through this state I
truly called "extremist. ment that my own feelings real. F '
ly became crytal-clear to me. I I
THE MODERATESWe am not 'moderately' opposed to L4
:
lawless acts, or prejudice or 'bigotry lp
come again to the questionof I am extremely opposed to
the "moderates," that much- all forms of this evil. If this
publicized large group of Amer- make me an extremist, so be it.
ican citizens between the two Moderation is a fine virtue In.
so-called groups of extremists.This many instances But in the case I .'
must be so, because all the of prejudice, lawlessness, defiance .
news these days is either segregationists of our Constitution. and ,
or the NAACP. In viewof Supreme Court, moderation is
this, where are the moderates? not a virtue, it is a sin of omis rl
They are not vocal, they are not sion. And in this light, partial
active. Rather seem to be a large, blame for the growing wave of
passive group. of citizens, supposedly bombings and unlawful acts of J
composed of the Ingredients defiance against our Federal
of goodwill and sympathy Government. Let u. hope that
toward the beleaguered children some much needed foul-iearch-
of Little Rock, in favor of upholding ing will bring desired results.IN .
the U. S. Constitution, newgold
and believing in justice and fair PASSINGMr. ,\,
play. At least we think this is so. W. C. Patton, former
We really have not much to goon NAACP field secretary of Ala-

to prove this point. bama, will be in this area very ,
shortly to help conduct a membership I ., # ,4
What really crystalized my campaign. This will be

feelings and thoughts about this an excellent opportunity for / 1.,._ cap "
matter of moderates was a letter all those not now members of
from a friend in Arizona, and an this organization to join up and is
article in last Sunday's Herald. get out of that 'moderate' group. a cup
The newspaper report wa. from
Atlanta and ,told about current Roy Willklns, executive secretary ;
finding in the recent bombing ; of the NAACP will speak In !
there of a Jewish temple. The Miami in November. Watch this
rabbi of the temple held the first column for further announce-

religious services at the temple ments.It: ,', '.
be well to remember '
might
the re-
last Friday night since 'j
cent bombing. He was quoted assaying that the test of a democracy Is J :
that such acts of lawlessness its treatment of minorlUe!

must be blamed not onl>

upon the perpetrator of these HARLEM SQUARE .r
vicious and evil acts, but also the /. ,
blame fall on good, decent SWEET SHOPA p.):
who sit idly ,by and fall .
people PULL LINE OP GROCERIES / ,
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the
to speak and practice >
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of their religious faith. "Todayour COLD CUTS COSMETICS f.lr,:. r'Mv ;it'/' I
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the rabbi said. "No one is safe 208 N.W. 10th Street ; ,

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I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1958 PAGE 9



Alpha Kappa Alpha great Fashion Show. Adult tic-
kets are $3.00 which include admission
w lk, r Presents. "Ebony'sFashion fee and a year's sub-
i ia '' scription to Ebony magazine.
Fair"Gamma . Student tickets are $2.00 which
will include admission fee anda
Zeta Omega Chapter six months subscription.Get .
r of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority
will present the much- talked tickets from
your any
about "Ebony's Fashion, Fair" Sorority, special ticket centers,
h Model Group Wednesday, Nov. member of Alpha Kappa Alpha
y I 112 at Dade County Auditorium and at the door, so that you will
: ; 8 o'clock. be able to see one of the best
On Monday night at the home fashion shows Miami has ever
of Mr and Mrs. Sam Grant, a presented. Some of the styles of
reresentatlve from the Johnson thin renowned group are in the
rr1 Publishing Co. (Ebony) met with November Issue of Ebony.
member of the sorority and
made elaborate plan for a gala
V
night with the showing of the
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Fashion Fair.

You can't:: : affcid:: to m1':'i this

sue g si I great scenery production, suipetlb bands with and beautiful! scin-

tilating fashion, which costs a
quarter of a million dollars and
t are the latest from Europe. p
This group has appeared and i4: iii
has scheduled appearance from
-- P various groups In every key city
of the United States Atlanta

Jacksonville Detroit, Chicago and, many, Philadelphia others. ,

W ka Everyone will want to see this

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Pictured above at the speaker table Ross and George H. Sweet. Rev. W. K. THE ,GOSPEL BLIND BOY \

are Rev. George F. Ponder, Mr*. Arie Williams, standing. Father Clarke is .
I Gary, Mrs. J. L. Dixon, 'Garth C. Reeves, seated behind the speaker. Top panel AND 1

Eugene E. Kemp, Mrs. William A. Bethel, shows part of the group attending !the
Miss Olive B. Alexander:, Franklin D. dedication.-Johnson photo. REV. IRA McCALLBring ,

I JESCA DEDICATES NEW HOMEOn I You The Finest in Gospel and Spiritual Music I

NOTICE ON OVERWMBM
Sunday afternoon, Oct. 19, ( f
the James E. Scott Community ganizatioras. Among them were CLASSIC
Association dedicated its new letter from the City Commissioners PARADE UNITSOfficial
home, a small frame cottage in individually, the National -,
the midst of beautiful landscaped Federation of Settlements and permission to enter all
grounds, for Centers of which
community
ser- Neighborhood
floats and other unlfes In the
800 ON YOUR DIAL
John McDowell is executive director -
vice.Despite Orpnge Bldom Claaalc Paradeon
the inclment weather Greater Miami Jewish
,
Saturday, December 13, mutt .... ,. __ ,
members and friends of the Community Centers, the Young be obtained from the Chief Pa. c
dedicatory Men's Christian Association, I rode MarshalElliott| J. Pierre,
Radio Station, Mrs. Car
WVCG
at the office of the Miami Times,
outdoors on the (beautiful lawn roll Morrison Dale and Mayor 1112 NW Third Ave., phone FR
The short but well planned Robert King High
3'2236, by or before Saturday,
program conveyed to the audience I November 22 In order for that
F. Ponder the ,
Rev. George gave
the
and
spirit of
the organization. purpose the benediction. float or unit to participate In the AT LAST
I
parade. Any float or unit not
With Garth C.. Reeves, treas- The Board of Directors and,I confirmed by Nov. 22, will not
urer of the James E. Scott Com staff wish to express thank to be permitted to enter the parade.
munity Association presiding, the the refreshment committee, Mrs. Signed: Elliott J. Pleze Available To Everyone
program opened with a prayerby Marguerite Everhart, chairman, iChlef Parade Marshall
Mrs. William A. Bethel, Building and Grounds Committee N22
chairman of the Baha'i Assemblyof Mrs J. L. Dixon, chairman, 4
Mrs. Doris Yaeg, chairman -:
Miami. She Invoked God's hostess, .1
blessing on mankind and prayed :: ushers, and all who helpedto -- LOTS FOR SALEOR
that hearts be' united ..father make the occasion a success; GIVE. GIVE TO THE
and solicits your interest and
Elisha Clarke rector of" the
UNITED FUND!II!
of Its
help in the furtherance
Church of the Incarnation read
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work in the community. --- -
the 127th Psalm' "Unless theLord
:builds i the house, those
wno build labor in vain." HOME Of YOUR CHOICEIN

Speaker for the occasion was
the Rev. William K. Williams,
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executive director of the Dad e Big House Little Money2.bedroom
County Council: on Community
Relations. Rev. William said in BeautifulRlchmond'

., his timely talk, "when I look on big screen porch -many built-in cabinet :, ;:-., '
groups such as the one assembled -
.:. ; :..: here thj. afternoon I believe ; included : ' refrigerator tove
Laundry room ,. ....
> -
there lt:hope.fof a better world." ,, ; -
Immediately; :-after the speaker HeightsFinest
"Bless This Mouse" was beauti- Only $9,500 -' $1,990 Down'
fully rendered by Franklin D.
Ross program director of the / Community Living/ / Especially/ For Children
NE 3.2696
Carver Branch YMCA. MRS. LAKATOS
Eugene E. Kemp, president, RESIDENTIAL LOTS $1775 to $2950
thanked the friends who have Southern Realtors
supported the agency through Great Reasonable Terms
the many years it has served the
community. He paid special tri- HOMES $8350 to $35,000
bute to Leonard Abess and .. FHAVAConventionalRICHMOND
Baron de HJrch Myer, the men
who made It
possible through
their generous gifts for James E. CHARLES' POULTRYAnd HEIGHTS OFFICE
Scott Community Association to .
reach another mile-stone In its t
history. Fish Market 14520 Lincoln Boulevard '

Mrs. Arie Gary acknowledged
greetings from friends and or- Open Seven Days a Week
Quality Live & Dressed Poultry +
I
Non Surgical' Treatment FRESH FISH DAILY
Hernia Piles Weekdays 9:00 a.m. to 8100 p.m. ?

Rupture (Hemorrhoids) Groceries Meat Fruits Fresh Vegetable Saturday and Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 7tOO p.m.
DR. LONG'S CLINIC
general' health service BEER AND WINE TO TAKE OUT ,

21 8. W. 13th Ave. ''
Phone FR 8.2748 340 N.W. 16th Terr. Phone FR 4-1345 Phone CEdar 5-6262 f

Add Life to Years I Ask for Mrs. Thelma Aranha, Mrs. Peterson or .
and Years to Life Open Sunday Til 12 Noon Mr. Ledford \ (

REDUCESpecial '" ..r i'N:
.
I FREE DELIVERY SERVICE .1fI+ :"
J. .. Medication r.'!'. : ,:
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BETHANY BAPTIST SALTER'S CHAPEL
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3316 NW 50th Street Hev. J. S. Blake, pastor

Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor
Sunday School......... 9:30: a.m. "Come unto me all ye that
Morning Service ........... 11 am labor and are heavy laden, andI

BTU .....................?...-.._.. 5:30: pm will give you rest."
Evening Service .......... 7:30: pm On Friday night, Oct. 17, Pre-
Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30: pm siding Elder W. B. Coffee held
his fourth and last quarterly

ST. FRANCIS XAVIERN.W. conferencee of the year. The
business session wa, chaired by
4th Ave. and 16th Terr. the Rev. Jenkins, with all boards
Phone FR 9-1424 making their financial report.
MASSES Sunday services began at' the

Daily ...............-..-...-.-..... 8 a.m. usual hour. SBs. Agnes Davis was
Sunday....... 7 a.m. & 8:30 am in charge of the Sunday School.
ST. JAMES BAPTIST At the 11 a.m. service the

MIAMI TIMES-"The People New.paper" 323 N.W. 14th St. EBENEZER METHODISTRev. Presiding Elder preached a soul

Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor Aaron D. Hall, pastor stirring sermon which 'Was enjoyed -
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1958BAHA'I Sunday Services Ernestine L. Hambrick, reporter by all.
I Sunday School ..._-... 9:30 am I Te ACE League met at 5:30:
Morning Worship ...._. 11:00 wn "Be patient enough to live one: p.m. with the president, Sister

GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. BTU .............................. 5:30 pjn. day at a time as Jesus taughtus I Claudia Robinson, in charge.. At
ASSEMBLY Evening Worship ............ 7:30 p.m. letting yesterday go, and 7 p.m. the Presiding Elder again
Tom Baumgartner of North James E. Culmer, pastor Visitors always welcome leaving tomorrow till it arrives" I preached out of his soul.

Miami will speak on the subject Eddie Edwards, clerk Last Sunday we were honored I On Sunday, Oct. 26, membersof
"Work is Worship," 7:45 pjm. Sunday School ................ 9:30: am ST. MATTHEW AMEZ to have aq guest minister, the the No. 1 choir are asking all
Sunday, Oct. 26, at the Baha'i Morning worship .... ...-... 11:00: Rev. Roger P. Fair, chaplain of of their friends to drink tea with
Center, 137 NW 11th ave. All Westminster Fellowship .... 6 pin 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. Bethune-Oookman College who them at the home of Mrs. Claudia -
Rev. A. H. Ferguson, pastor
Robinson 2649 NW 59th St.
,
races and faiths are invited. WESLEYANRev. Sunday School............... 9:45: am. delivered a very interesting ser from 4 to 6 Come ,
TRINITY enjoy -
The evening sermon was pjm. and
mon.
Morning Worship ........... 11 a.m.
MARTIN MEMORIAL AME George E. Johnson, pastor Evening worship ............ 7:30 p.m. delivered Rev. Hall by our accepted own pastor.the full Come an evening and worship of fun. with us.

Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter You are always welcome.
Richmond Heights of two converts to
Sunday School ...............__ 9 am CONGREGATIONALhTe membership
Rev. Albert Jones, pastor Morning worship .................... 11:00: the Christian family

Wilma M. Harris, reporter Young People's Meeting 5 p.m. public with is cordially the Congrega-invitedto Attention: The WSCS of 't he TRIUMPH CHURCH

Services were highly inslpra-' worship Church Fellowship on church is chartering a bus to Prince H. Mobley, pastor

tional on Sunday last. Sunday THE INCARNATION tional Sunday, Oct. 26 at 5:30: p.m. at Tampa next month. Those who Sis C. McKinney, reporter
School began promptly at 9:30: would like to attend the District
1835 N.W. 58th Street i the Seventh Day Adventist School ".The Baptism of Jesus" was
with an average number in at- Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar Auditorium, NW 50th at. and 26th Conference must make reserva- the subject of the lesson on Sun-
tendance. The lesson. was taken tion now. Roundtrip fare $10.
Veronica O'Berry, reporter ave. The speaker will be Rev.
day. Memory devo-
from the 3rd chapter of St. Mat- For further information keep verse and
thew 13 to the 17 verses. The 1 Winter Schedule Robin the Florida Ralph Conference, superintendent of Con-of I I reading your Miami Timed or see tional 10:7 reading Romans found in Hebrews
and 6111. The
subject was, "The Meaning oi Sundays: Churches. members of the WSCS.
Jesus Baptism", which was interesting Church School and gregational Make plans now to attend the lesson was beautifully discussedby
and informative.At Adult Bible Class .... 9:30: a.m. pre-Mallowe'en Party being the classes. Our pastor gave
ST. JAMES A.M.E.
Solemn Sung Mass and sponsored by the Youth Fellow- the crowning thoughts on whywe

our morning worship the Sermon ................... 11:00: a.m. Dr. A. Joseph Reddick, pastor ship of the chuhch. It's being do not believe in baptism in
scripture lesson was taken from E. Y. C. Meeting ........ 6:00 p.m. Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter held in the church basement water in the Triumph Church,
Ephesitook 6:11-12.: \pastor Solemn. Evensong and There'll be fun galore. A hula and it was clearly said and un-

his to fOur rom said Sermon ...................... 7:30 p.m. Service on last Sunday were hoop contest, goodies on sale, derstood.
chapter and delivered a truly Tuesday: : spiritually uplifting and Chal- such as candied apples, conch There was a short noon day
heart warming message, "Put on St. Vincent's Acolyte Guild lenging. Accepted into full membership fritters, etc. Come out and join service.
The Whole Armour of God." Rehearsal................... 5:30 p.m. were: Mrs. Cora Bell In the fun. You may be the win- "Sign of the Judgement," Mat-
Wednesday: Jasper, Mrs. Sarah Anderson and ner of the hula hoop contest. thew 241.28: was the subject of
The National Alliance of Pos- Low Mass .................... 6:30 am. Miss Beatrice Jasper. The Sac You are invited to come out the lesson of the YPE Band.
tal Employee and the auxiliary Evensong and Meeting of I rament of Baptism wad administered and worship with our young Our pastor christened the baby

worshipped with ui. Guild of Our Lady... 8:00: p.m. to the following infants: people on Sunday, as it's Young daughter of Bro. and Sis. A. Mc-
The second Sunday in November Thursday: Donna Marie' Ferguson; adults, People's Day. Kinney at the evening service
has !been designated as Men'sDay The Choir of St. Michael'sAnd Mrs. Sarah Anderson and Henry Our sick and shut-ins are: The godparent were Fred Wil-
and the men are busy as All Angels Pace. iams and Mrs. M. William.
Sisters Sadie Jones, 1976 NW
!beavers getting ready for this Rehearsal................... :;u: p.m.I Sunday School at 930 am. 4th court, Lizzie Lewis, Jackson The devotional service was

their day.Sunday. o'clock Friday: with Bro. Theodore Roddy in Memorial Hospital. You are urg- conducted by Bro. E. Williamsand
evening at 5 St. Cecelia's Choir change. along with the teachersand ed to for visit the sick. the testimony meeting was
the Martin Memorial club will Rehearsal.... ............. 8:00 pm. staff, an excellent opportunity pray and opened by Rev. O. Griffin. The
meet. All members and women NOTE: Sundays, Solemn Mass awaits both parents and student MT. SINAI BAPTIST spirit was high. The pastor introduced -
wanting to become members are High Mass and Benediction. of' in the study of God's word. Sis. A. B. Phillips, the
asked to ,be present. the Blessed Sacrament on All. The Fourth Quarterly Con- Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastorD. speaker of the evening. Her
The Albert Jones Club met at Feast Days.Weekends. B.
.
ference will be observed starting reporterAt subject was, "Oh Give Thanks
five o'clock on last Sunday. Thisis : Low mass on all Unto The Lord," Psalm 107:1-7: ,
the group of men spearheading holy and Saints' Days.Solemn Friday night through Sunday the heart of religion is The lesson
was most inspiring.Our .
iRev. F. A. Allen the
morning. \ ,
Mass 6 The problem and needs
the Men's Day drive. Sung a.m. on prayer. quarterly is now
all Feast Days. capable and efficient presiding of life cannot be met in our poor congres
in
At our evening worship the elder of the North Miami District, human strength. When all else progress and all our friendsare

Scripture lesson was taken from NEW MT. CALVARYRev. will bring the message. falls, men turn to God in prayer U located invited on to the attend.corner The of church Lin-

the 85th Psalm, the text was !All boards and club, are requested Yet prayer should not be our coln St. and 22nd 0
taken from said chapter and the W. P. Tarpley, pastor to present both the writ- resort only, when we come to Locka. Prince Williams ave., is p a
deliverance was spiritually up- Edna E. Thompson, reporter ten and financial report on Friday some great emergency, but Presiding Prince. our
lifting. evening. rather !should be our daily prac-
Behold how and how
Services now begin at 7 o'clock pleasant it is for:'good brethren to All roads will lead to Home- tice. Most of us even devoted _
with morning and evening ser- stead to the Greater New Mt. Christians, miss the greatest
dwell together in unity!! We be- baptismal
were good throughoutthe
vice every Sunday.On services with the Sun- Zion AME Church, Rev. M. J. blessing, of prayer through neglect -

the sick list: Mrs. Mary gan day School our which started at 9:45: Fayson, pastor, for the 10th annual -. carelessness. Ignorance, wrong attitudes, Come day.and worship with Us any
Lawrence. misunderstanding
Fellowship Service at 7:30
with Deacon Mann in charge. time. You are welcome.
Rev. Henderson reviewed the pm. Dr. A. Joseph Reddick will of the true nature and purpost
NEW HOPE BAPTIST lesson. deliver the message. All of the of prayer.

James Brown pastor choirs and ushers of St. James Having just closed a two-
Rev. E.
,
Vandell Bavan Sec'y The 11 a.m. devotional servicewas will be served to all persons week revival meeting at the NOTICE
Bro.
,
conducted by Deacon Mann. present Cars will leave the church we, a<< Christians, have All Church notices MUST b.typ.wrltt.n .
"Five Rights And Nothing The music was furnished by the church beginning at 5 o'clock felt the need of prayer, and we double spiced _
Wrong." This particular phrase< No. 1 choir who sang out of their until 6 o'clock. also know I it, worth. Because\ I and on one sheet of paper Copy
was taken from three Books of souls. Our pastor then preached You are cordially invited -to can say truthfully that a glor- MUST ba Into our office by e
the Bible: Luke, Mark and Mat- from St. John 16:15": topic attend all of our services. ious meeting was religiously en- p.m. Tuesday of each week te

thewg and used as the subject in 'Talking About Jesus. Joyed by those who attended. It Insure Insertion.-..Church Editor.ASTHMATICS .

our morning service and was At 5:30 the BTU was conducted CORINTH' BAPTIST was a fruitful effort on the part

heartwarmingly: interpreted by bf the president, Bro. Smith. Meets every 2nd and 4th Sunday of every Christian. There seemed
Rev. Lang of West Palm Beach. I it Mt 011.PrlmitiTe Baptist to have been one accord.
Night service was conductedby Several persons confessed some
The pastor brought the evening Church
message that had everyone in a Deacon Murphy and Deacon Sunday School T-T-.H..I.U 930 were rostorexJ+ others came on !
spiritual uproar. Johnson. The music was fur- Morning worship 1130 Christian experience.The Want simple, effective relief from

nished by the No. 2 choir who Evening Service .-..........-..... TdO minister Rev. Low, was choking, racking bronchial aath-
Sunday coming we are expecting sang wonderful spiritual songs. Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor great, wonderful and powerful in matlc spasms Get genuine
a great day at our church Our pastor preached from Reve- and successful gospel preacher. his sermons delivery. He held Breatheaay *. what you've
beginning with Sunday School at lation 1:2: "A True and Faithful the interest of his congregation been missing' ) There's no cubit!

9:30: ajn. and at our 11 o'clock Witness." TRINITY CME CHURCHRev. from the beginning to the end tute for original' Breatheaay In
service ,we will witness the bap- The public is always welcometo Would that more could have haunt and nebulizing ..to Get
tism of the candidates who con- come and worship with us. A. 11. Harris, pastor heard him. comfort by breathing! Guarantee -
The Sunday School and worship *.
fess their sins to Christ and
October 28 is Woman's Day at
came during our Revival to take FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev. service. with other activi- J A J DRUG DEPT. TORE
Trinity, 2014 NW 5th court. The ties of
the church
including: 1410 N.W. 12nd
on Christ by baptism.Let women of the church will have 8L. Miami. Fla.,
C. J. Burney, pastor _
complete charge of the services 11L .
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to 1 '
us remind you friend Claudia Wilson reporter this

come early for this occasion for Our School at on Mrs. Willie Sunday.Hue Jamison, dean
Sunday began
this is truly expected to be agreat COMMUNITYDRUG
day in the field of Christianity 9:30: am. of girls at Booker T. Washington a
The devotional service began High School, will be the
at 11 a.rp. Our pastor deliveredthe speaker at the morning serviceat U
The Rev. B. D. Cole of the message. Text Psalm 61:2. 11 o'clock. Mrs. Jamison will STORE

New Hope Baptist Church of Ft. speak on the topic, "Women,
The evening text was taken Yesterday Today and Tomorrow. -
Laduerdale done a great job
bas from Paul's Letter to The Romans COR.
in conducting the Revival Ser- N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St.
Both delivered
messages were -
vices for the past two weeks. with The services A panel discussion will be
During the services of last throughout the power.day were filled held at the evening service at PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED
week he used such wonderful with the Holy Spirit. 730.: The topic for discussion will
s subjects as "Does a Church be "The Role of Women In Rendering Cut Rate Drugs Free Delivery
Need a Revival?" "God t Going The No. 1 choir rendered music Christian Service. A COSMETICS GIFTS
HOSIERY FOUNTAIN SERVICE
r to Win" "God's Ability to Denver for the morning, the No. 2 for number of well known women -
Hi, Children," etc the evening, also the junior will take part in the discussion.The SEALTEST ICE CREAM-MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT BILLS

Sunday coming choir No. 2 choir rendered music for the public Ie Invited to both
PHONE
will render the musical part of morning. The No.2 usher board services. OXford 1-7515

the services while usher board was in charge all day. Mrs. Louise Coulver i, chairman C. M. JOLLIVETTE SR. Prop
No. 2 will preside at the ushers' Let us continue to pray for the of committee; Mrs. Willie

post throughout the day sick. M. West, co-chairman. 'L'1-- 1 SBI __ _, L1'L'THE



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DAY ST. LUKE BAPTISTRev. f" \
Debbie Playland THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper"
AT TEMPLE P. W. Williams, pastor

BAPTIST CHURCHAll Matilda Williams, reporterSt. Nursery SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1958 PAGE II

Luke's theme: "Forward to
roads will lead to Temple a new era of Service." KindergartenThe
Baptist Church on Sunday, "Oct. Women's Day will be observed ..
26 a* the Second Annual yomen's on Sunday, Oct. 26
during initial
of
meeting the PTA
Is observed. AUTO '
Day which LIABILITY INSURANCE
occasion two dynamic was, held Wednesday night at
Mrs. Miriam Hepburn, chair- personalities will appear on the' 8:30 ip.m. The most encouraging
man and her co-chairman, Mrs. program. The morning services aspect of the meeting was the Pay As You Ride. . $12.00 Down I i-- and |low
Mary Hanna Owens are leaving will be highlighted
with the welcomed presence of so weekly
man
y payments on most policiesNO
unturned to make this
no stones presence of Mrs. Acquilla An- father who accompanied the
the greatest day in. the history of derson, who will deliver the mothers to the meeting. We cer- INTEREST OR CARRYING CHARGES
Temple. message. Mrs. Anderson, a mem- tainly hope that they and others.
Miss Marie D. Roberts, well ber of St. Luke, is a talented will continue to come.
known Miamian, will serve as speaker and a devout Christian. SERVICE FIRST ML AGENCY
guest speaker during the morning Speaking during the afternoonwill Included among the several
service and a Religious Film will be Mrs. Ida Bell Jackson, a items on the agenda was the
be shown during the evening member of St. James AME election of officers for the year. 645 N.W. 36th Street PL 95284OPEN
service which depict Christian Church and supervisor of Jack- Mrs. Williams was reelected as
Womanhood in the Bible. son's Toddle Inn. Mrs. Jackson's president to guide the group's SATURDAYS UNTIL 3
Miss Roberts, who Is active in topic will be "Just a Little activities.
almost) every civic, social, edu- Higher.
cational and religious organiza- Mrs. Annie Sullivan, is general One of the most inspirationalparts
tions in our community, 'is a chairman; Annie L. Bell pro- of the meeting was the informative -
I
member of the faculty of Booker gram chairman and Margaret talks by the various
T. Washington High School. Robinson is music chairman. I staff members concerning an appreciation Courtesy Bus Service Miami 38, Florida
Her vast contributions to our of child development.
community are varied and many ST. MARY'S W. M. Their feeling is that the whole COLEMAN'SGULF
but her accomplishments have child, physical, mental, social.
not gone unnoticed as she was Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter spiritual, and to a degree, educational SERVICE STATIONS
distinguished by being the first Rev E. A. Culmer, pastor development, is all im-
portant. WASH POLI8H WAX TIRE REPAIRING
person in the South to receive Sunday School began at the ROAD SERVICE GAS OIL AND LUBRICATION
the degree of Human Relations usual hour with Miss Marva Another highlight of the meet-
from New York University. Trotman officiating. ing wa, the planning for the annual EXPERT AUTO REPAIRING
Against a background of ten- The pastor was in charge of Hallowe'en Festival. Nat-
sion and economic recession of the 11 a.m. service. He preached urally the atmosphere will be one 276 N. W. Fifth Street 1628 N.W. 3rd Avenue
this day, you can't afford to miss from St. Matthew 30. Theme, of ghosts, spooks goodies, and PHONE FR 9.0111 PHONI FR 4-IW
this important message by Miss 1 "God Has Called Me To Labor clean wholesome family fun. I PR I.SM7JAMES'
Roberts. You are invited to worship in His Vineyard." It was a
with us all day. touching and spirit-filled mes- A Calendar of Events for the
Miss Veola Butler and Mrs. sage. No. 1 choir rendered music school year was given to each,
Harolene Stewart Storr will be with Mrs. U. Higgs at the organ parent. In closing, a refreshing
guest soloists for the day. and No. 2 ushers served. repast was served-courtesy of
The women's chorus, with The 7 pjm. devotion wa, led the staff.
Mrs. Vernell Strachan at the by the pastor. His text was tak- Iona Perry, supervisor i
organ is all ready to serve. en from Psalm 113jsubject"My: G. T. Love, roporterWI1"
Heart is Fixed." lie (preached as 5 & lOc STORE
ST. MATTHEW FREEWILL never before and everyone was
blessed in a spiritually high 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481
408 N.W. 21st Street
service. No. 2 choir rendered
Rev. J. B. Woodley, pastor music with their organist, Mrs I
Bro. Nathaniel Thomas, reporter IT Higgs, and No.1 ushers serv-

Sunday School was, opened at 'I ed. Js HALLOWE'EN

10:05: ajn. by Brother Roosevelt Costumes ................... 97* $1.59-Fre* Malk..
Shotwell by singing, "Shine On BETHEL BAPTISTRev. Masks ........ U, 6*, 10* eea. Noltemakem ............ 10* .a.
Me." The topic of the lesson"wa's"When L. R. Ross Pastor Horn. ................ 5*, 10* ea. Crept Paper ............ 18* pk.
Jesuq Was Baptized. Si,. Nannette Greer, reporter
The morning devotion was led Richmond Heights
by Deacon Cooper. The messagewas CHRISTMAS
given by Bro. Groble and Services were alt usual 1 a !< t 9 Layaway Time NOW-Dolle, Guns, Holler Bets, Cowboy '
the No. 1 choir rendered music. Sunday. Sunday School at 9:30: + Suits, and Hate, Toy for all Children.
At 3 (p m. the Pastor's AId a.m. was conducted' by Bro.
Union was held at Friendship Roscoe Wilson. s HOUSE FIXIN'SI
Baptist Church. Rev. Woodley Rev. L. W. Williams of Deer-
gave the message and he was field delivered two wonderful KanMl Plastic Drapes, Curtains, Pillows, Sheets, C...., Scarves,
accompanied by the No. 3 choir. I sermons. We were fiery: happy Dollies, Pots, Pan., Dishes, Silverware, Towels, Glassware,
The 7 p.m. devotion waq led to have him aq our guest. Choir r Plants, Planter
by Deacon Cooper. An inspiring No. 1 rendered music throughoutthe 1<
message was given by the pastor day with Mrs. Florence Amosat Simplicity Patterns and, Money Orders Bold Every Day,
and the No. 1 choir rendered the organ. up Monday through, Friday, 7:45 a.m. tit 7:15 p.mSaturday til
music. At 3 pjm. the Order of Eastern
COMMUNITY
DRUGS 9 p.mClosed Sunday
Star Bethune Chapter No. 87
MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. celebrated its second annual 6750 N.W. 15th AT*).

E. M. Thomas, pastor Fellowship Day with Rev. T. C. ........... ...... ................... --_..__._..__._--.. .............. ..... .... ..... .................................................... - --
Phyllis Myers, reporter Kelly of St. Paul AME Church, :A iMd KS += S"S.M.MF..A N.i;& M LA. A Aaa aA.A6MLM..AM ..61. 54i *J
Coconut Grove, aq minister. lie
was accompanied by choir No. 1. i
Sunday School was opened at :
the usual hour by Supt. N. Miller Other guests were Rev. Manes of
by singing, "Near The Cross' Coconut Grove and Rev. Jones CEASOR'S UNIVERSITY
of Martin Memorial
and prayer by Rev. Melton. The Church. The
Scripture wac read by the sup- ; Worthy Matron of Poinsettia
erintendent and the teachers Chaper 125 was present and rep- c
took charge, of the classes. The resented a large number of her
lesson was reviewed ,by Rev. group. The idea of Fellowship II COSMETOLOGY :
Melton. Day, the first production, was jItF1
Early baptism was held at under Mrs. Greer's admlnistra-
Virginia Beach. Deacon Slagh- tion. She now is past matron.
ter led with singing an old familiar We regret our pastor and choir
No. 2 with a large (portion of his
hymn, and Deacon ANNOUNCES ITS
Smith prayed fervently. We cer- followers, could not be present.
tainly had a good time. We wentto They were at Morning Star In
the church listened to the Princeton celebrating Rev. Pal.son's -
and
morning message delivered by anniversary.The ft GRAND OPENING
Rev. J. J. Sheffield, "Repent Ye men of the church have
for the organized and are busy making
Kingdom of Heaven Is at
Hand." plans for the annual Men', Day
One candidate was received NOVEMBER 9th
for baptism and one person program. Bro. King S. Ficher, '-
chairman; Bro. John Ferguson,
restored to membership
Deacon Slaughter conducted the co-chairman. .nU THE MOST MODERN UNIVERSITY OF BEAUTY CULTURE
devotion. g 1g IN THE SOUTH
Evening devotion way conducted ter and we sure had a wonderful in 2
by Deacons Miller and Slagh- prayer service. A 7 months /course of study will be offered leading to ,

the senior certificate in cosmetology.

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MIAMI TIMES-'The People Newspaper"PAGE CARD .OFvTHANKS TLT r

SATURDAY OCTOBER 25 1958 ; ? HOUSES FOR SALE
1 12 The family of the.late,'

WELUAM 'LONGLEY Bedrooms 1 Bath CBS Landscaped ,
.. wish, to, express thanks to, the
many friends and neighbors, for Large Rooms and Large priced Right For.'
the flowerscards, ,telegrams and Lot.ri1'. '
CARDS MEMORIALSCARD cars.A. v Quick Sale Small Down Payment
special thanks to Rev, E. A.

Culmer and ,the members' of St.Mary's 641 W. 22nd STREET, HIALEAH
I Church and
Methodist
OF THANKS. IN MEMORIAM Range funeral HIo ne. '640 W. 23rd STREET, HIALEAH

I Mrs.,, Elizabeth Longleyand
The family of the late, I and Jn brother sad memory of our dear SOd. i Family.;, Phone UN 6-1871 Open Sat.. & Sun. 2.5 pjm.'UPHOLSTERY .
MRS. MATTIE LEE GRESHAM I ,
of Atlanta, Georgia, take this: : MATTHEW (Maccaddoo) GARB
method of thanking the many, who departed this life Oct. 26,
trends who were so kind duringour 1947. DEATHSRange ,
hours of berevement. I Gone, but not forgottenWe
Thanks for your cards, letters, love you but God loves
telegrams, and other kind ges- you best.
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Carr
tures of sympathy. . '
Special thanks to the St. John And Family 3 DAY DELIVERY FREE ESTIMATE

Family and friend In Atlanta Charlie Johnson 'of 3&6B NW, 1. Free: Pickup And Delivery
Again thanks to everyone for IN MEMORIAMIn 14th St., 'died at the, Paravilla, 2. Frame reglued A redoweled
everything.Mrs. Convalescent, Home on Oct. 17. 3. Broken Spring. Replaced CHAIR
Minnie Murphy, sister memory of our loving hus- He Is survived by a'cousin, Mrs. 4. Add new webbing, filling and
Mrs. Lula Mae Yancy, neice band, father, brother, uncle and Mary Wiggins and other rela. springs
grandfather, lives. Services are tentativelyset 6. Add new cotton and mow $29

!IIi _..:'_.__. ".I., 11< for Monday, Oct. 27 at 2:00: filling
IN MEMORIAMSacred pjn. in the chapel. 6. Cushion refilled
7. Frame repollched
to the memory of, Mrs. Llllie Mae Spellman or 8. Many samples of every quality Easy Sofa
REGINALD JOHNSONDied xN 1420 NW 5th ave., died at her and price HOMES-HOTELS Payment %
October 31, 1951 home on Oct. 19 following an MOTELS $1.25 Wkly .$50.00
EMMA JOHNSONJune extended period of illness. She is 9. Include I all labor and material

JOHNSON 12, 1934 survived by her mother, Mrs. SLIP COVERS, 2-piece let incl. material $47.50
NENA Bettie Wallace, 2 sisters and
BERNARD January 18 BUTLERAugust 1937 bthers. Funeral services will b<(< DALTON UPHOLSTERY SHOP

9, 1927 conducted at St. Matthew,"Free 3671' N.W.. 7th St. DAILYDistance
will Baptist Church on Satur-
"h. NE 3.8695Workmanship
On that happy Easter morningAll no Object
day, Oct. 25 at 3 pm with the
the grave their dead restore 'ak Guaranteed_ 6 Yrs. Evenings UN 8-4811
Rev. Woodley officiating.
pastor, ,
Father, sister, child "and mother J' ,
Burial will !be conducted at Lin-
Meet once more.
Sadly missed by, coln Memorial Cemetery.

Vera Alene Wilson Butler Eddie Jackson! of 1725 Mi NW I pV JI sisua JIIJIJI >r> ar1

Reginald Johnson Jr. 6th ave., died at Jackson Memo- SHOP AT
rial Hospital following a short
y period of Illness. He 1 survivedby
*
IN MEMORIAMIn \2 4a a sister, Mrs. Dora Brown Barkley's Cut RateWHERE
and others. Funeral service will
memory of my dear. son, ( be conducted on Friday at 1:30:
> a
'fJ"""-'_"""" '<''N .:otYtiJ.f;;:......... .wr.w: : ;;;.. pjn. at the Church of I God, located QUALITY LIES
at NW 2nd ct. and ItrUi at.I I
e ei JAMES Z. PEDIOAN with Bishop Wallace officiating. 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 42376Hallowe'en
i who died Oct. 27, 1956. Gone, but Burial will ,be held at Evergreen.I
not forgotten: I
There's an open gate at the
'Bertram H. Albury of 7156
l end of the road, Suits Baby Supplier, etc.
NW 15th ct. died at the Paravilla
Through which each must go Convalescent Home following an 98*, 1.59, 1.98
alone Waste Basket 49 A 69 !
*
; extended illness. He was a Face Masks 6*, 10* A up *
And there in a light we cannotsee Plastic Juice Seta ........
tiJAMES member of the St. Agnes Cornet Horn ............... 10* & 25* 69*
Roaster ............ 1.19 3.98
Our Father claims his own. Band, the Elks and other organIzations S h eeta ............-...... 2.3 A up
His widow, Vernell, is
The Family Pillow ........ Breakfast Set ((16
the cashier of the local !branchof Cases 98*, 1.49 piece) .......-............... 4.39
IN MEMORIAMIn the Afro American Life Insurance Bath Towel 35* up to 09* Broom A. Mop
Co. Survivors, beside his Men's
Short 59* A 69* 69 1.19 2.39
,
wife, are his mother Mrs. Lillian
sad but loving memory of Albury, a daughter, four sis-- Men's T-shirts.... W( & 79# Ironing Board Cover,

my dear neice, ters, a brother and other rela Electric Iron 4.98 4 '.U ....... ........ ........ .S8* 1.49

i tives. Services will be conductedat
:
j'tj 55 5 the Church of The Incarna-
'tr SHOP AT BARKLEY'S EVERY WEEK
tion on Saturday Oct. 25 at 10
j
a.m. Father Elisha Clarke will officlate. Where Prices Are Right

J 1201 N.W. 3rd Avenue I

.t... --' ..... i Rahming'ft Cafe. Cook We Deliver Call 'FR 3.9458 or FR 4.2376FALL

A. (PEAT) DEVEAUXwho t Found Dead ... aJl.... .-aaa
left this life on Oct. 23, ;
I George Pritchard 58, 311 NW,,
1955.May the shepherd lead you llth terrace, was found dead by
gently through the night, : a friend in the bathroom of his j
Till His presence turn the $ home, Wednesday. morning. Mr.
shadow into light. h SS Pritchard was taken to Jackson SPECIALS
'Mrs. Louise DeVeaux, Memorial Hospital: where he was
mother : pronounced dead on arrival.
And Family Mr. Pritchard, is survived by a I Cleaned
:; sister, Mrs. Irene Rahming, a PANTS And
brother, Sam of Key West. Pressed 450
IN MEMORIAM For a numlber of years Mr.
Pritchard was employed as one\ 3 for $1 .
In' sad but lovinhitmory 'o f. ; of, the head cooks at Rahming's -*- :*.
our dear mother, 3 IJ 11@G. Cafe, 1120, NWS 3rd *vt-'pt S \ \ '< : : "

and' greet grandnwtfiefirv' <' : ___...........____.__n._... .____.........._._ which Mrs,Rahming 1, the prb-: c Plain '
prietor, and the late Felix Rah DRESSES 89
------" -
MISS DOROTHY KING ming was the original owner. Cleaned
who passed to the great beyondon Pritchard's cooking was a favor- & PreMedLaundered
Oct. 23, 1953. Gone but not ite with a large number of Mi-
forgotten. Sadly missed by her amians.A .
aunt.Mrs. native of Key West, he wasa
Euphemia Butler long time resident of Miami.
Funeral arrangements, in
charge of Richardson' Funeral SHIRTS S 5 for $r
I Drive Carefully Home, are incomplete.


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\ r- for theSCHOOL Each 2.00 Order .

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Bring In the children's school
\\ shoes NOW. Give us time to put themIn SOUTHLANDCLEANERS

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JOHNSON AND SONS

--- SHOE SHOE
MRS. LUGRETIA STREETYwho
S
died: on Oct. 26, 1951. Gone, FINE SHOE REPAIRING

but.We not love forgotten.you, but ,God loves We Save Your Sonic-While You Walt 627 N. W. 2nd Avenue

you best. Shoes Shined and Dyed
Vassle Ricks, daughter Miami
Ethelyn Armstrong, 6570 N.W. 15th AVENUE PH. PL 9-9190 Florida t"THE
grand daughterH I II
Great grandchildren I1 -



Ushers Union in THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"

0.; :.. ..; Ma
.. Monthly Program' "' I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1958 PAGE 13


All officers and ,members of I
the Junior and Senior 'tlshers ; Miamian Heads ed) the status of a fullfledged
Union Association are" urged to I land-grant university. vAt .
be present at its monthly pro- I Tenn. State the close of his Inaugural

gram to be held Sunday, Oct 2d address, S. C. president Greer
at 3 p.m. I Student Body Introduced the student council

The! program will. be contested (NASHVILLE Tennessee officer and members for the

between :Friendship Baptist State University 1958- 9 stu- school year.
Church's Senior Usher Board dent council president William F. Mrs. A. O. H. Sasser, associate

and St. Luke Baptist Church's Greer, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. S. dean of students is the adviserto
wCHILD' I Junior USher (Board the university's student coun-
Activitieswill Greer, Miami Fla., was formally .
be held at Friendship Baptist inaugurated this week! during cil organiza.t1on.NOTIC.E
CARE
Yvonne's Beauty' NW 6th ave at 14th .st, the annual ceremonies.

Will( care for your child ten- Shop Your cooperation is ,expected. Reminding the students that

derly In my home. David Hudson;, ..president they, as members of today'sgeneration
1147 'N.Wr6h 'Ave." "'' 'I 1473 25 NW! 70th St: (in rear)' Mrs,, :Tomtn1(L. 'Ellison, "have a rendezvous Sunday will be Woman' Dayat
in
Years Business -.,.. '. repo r ie with destiny," the political science Allen Chapel. AME Church,
Ask about the i ii ReV: C. ,
anniversary ; 01 Burney, pastor
FOR SALE. spedals' major solemnly quoted that corner NW 5th aver and 22nd
----_ "Government is good when it Terr. Mrs. Mallle Hunter, teacher -
BUSINESS Property& between. I Phone** OX 10425Eva. Grant Advertisement':: makes happy those who live un- at DunJbar Elementary School,
llth and 12th aves, 2nd St., NW indf it those who will be
: Famous der and attract guest speaker at the 11
PL 1-8779. .. Indf *\ Prophet live afar." a.m. service. Some of the city's

__ I $25.00 BUYSClean Who Has Helped The inauguration, which was best soloists will appear in recital -
OWiNER 2-Jbedroom house
BY ,
,
at 7
i directed by the political science p.m.
furnished, also cottage on cornet I Prosperity Gas Range, Thousands
42 inches. Good condition. Also area and allied departments of Mrs. dole Sweeting is chair
be be
lot must seen to
apprec-
iated. 1395 NW 58th terr. R. H. gas heater for $6.00 Come a.m. Consulted by the university, under the super- man with Mrs. Rose Watson as
Neidengard.One to 4025 Indian Creek Drive, Mi- people from allover vision of Dr. Sue Bryant, was co-chairman. Rev. E. M. Blockeris
1 ami Beach. the United initiated by the oath of office, pastor.
States and administered by John Barnhlll,
DUPLEX reasonable
prce vice president of the senior
terms available, Munday St., Best Buy Overseas. Attracted class.
nation- HAIR FROM
Coconut Grove. KEEP
Barnhill, Evansvllle, Indiana
2049 N.W. 6th Court wide focus and
New 3-bedroom house 1 bath hometowner. is captain of the BJ&CKNO
Five bedrooms furnished. Total attention o. GOING
Pinkston Drive Richmond Hits.
One 2-bedroom house MonroeSt. price $5,000, $1,000 down. Drive the "Meet the champion Tiger basketballers: MORE MAIM OOINO*,.ACK l'HO.LtMl.' .IIAIH...
A'FlCTI A 1'ONDLRIULMATLL
., Richmond Heights. by and see. Owner will gladly Press" TV Pro and does forward duty on the paurIIlATION..toOTHINO IIltrll.t.'T: UUULAN PRUUINO OIL HAUt
show. of Sept. hardwood SO,..YOUR HAM GUTTER ANDIKINU roll Wt: KJriUUUAN
Call Ora D. Taylor gram IIMAIN/: NATUIIALLT 10FT AND NOT CL LA/T.
CHELSEA REALTY, Realtor 30, 1956. Authorof Larry Greene, president of the ? WATIII: RCPtkLrNT: PHtMINQ OIL CON.
Reg. Real State Broker senior class, delivered the chal- TAINI HARI IUCONK.:...All YOUR MAUTICIAN Oil
PL 4-4685 worldshaking .. .
14601 Lincoln Boulevard, DaUOOIiTl. I 11. /IIIH! H;
Evenings & -NA 4-2684 predictions lenge to the student council pres- -
Sunday,
Richmond Heights CS! 54246A
( ,
t --proven so true, ident, Greene is from Gadsen, IPSUlIItL: I 79'

sacrifice buy in a fine home, Doc Anderson says he has every Ala.Dr.. W S. Davis, president of r' PRESSING OCLMAM ,
at 4701 SW SALE believe _tt llH NIL IMIt 4w to* Mm 4 *
located 21st st., in FOR reason to that throughout Tennessee closed the Inaugural'
Carver Ranches. Only 1% years the year he has saved thousands ceremony with remarks/ WMtat

new. A 2-bedroom CBS houseon 1341 N.W. 55th St. of marriages and engagementsfrom fully accepting the

corner lot. Owner on property breaking up. lie will solve council president, Greer, riate-I
all day Sunday. Just $750 Large 2-bedroom CBS your problems and show you the said, 'The courage and

down. Call III: 85345.FOR house with cottage in rear road to success and happiness, as Dr. Davis, more' than any other Blanche

I Nicely, furnished. Excellent he has done for so many others. factor has resulted in the (fact
lie can do any kind of special
that Tennesse State has attain-
SALE location. Must see inside. work you want done and tell you

SPACIOUS 9-ROOM CBS your deepest secrets without you Calloway
remodeled Aug. '58. 23'living Edison Realty saying a word or no charge
N.W. made. He has been written up in $400 Down
175 62nd St.
room (!built-in shelves many large magazines and news-

record cabinet and player, PL 4-4624 papers for his wonderful work Large frame home plus PROUDLY PRESENTSThe

radio, fireplace) Fla. room, in putting people on the way to apartment

den, vinyl tile kitchen and happiness and success. He is the $125 A MONTH Return
One Fortune-Teller who believesIn
dining, refrigerator, stove, the virtue of truth and sin Total Price $13,500 By Popular Demand of
washer, carporte, 2 porches, SEE TODAYNear cerity.

solar and booster. 50x147 55th Street Doc's successfully figured Live Rent Free THE FABULOUS .

lot, fruit trees. $12,800. 725 3-bedroom CBS Hardwood HAND a curio symbolizing
Also 2 frame homesin
the helping HAND which so
NW 69th St. PL 9-2947. floors tile roof, carporte.
$1500 Down $16,500 total many clients have been asking nice location
EZ Terms for, can NOW be yours by sending $500 Down Chicbie
FOR RENT $4.00 /plug 6f postage or $4.00
COD plus charges to DOC. R. C.
2 BEDROOM APT., Stove refrigerator BEAUTIFUL, CBS ANDERSON, 902 West Gordon $90 A MONTH

water free. Only $17 per $1500 Down Ave., Rossville, Georgia
week; 844 NW 70th St. Phone Chas. H. Pyke
value neat and
Exceptional -
NA 1-0953.. Doc can see you any day except HomeAs
I' clean, furnished 2-bedroom( CBS. Friday, for special work or REALTOR

ROOM rent at 141 NW 9th EZ terms. Only $11,000 total. personal consultation. For appointment -
call CAnal 2-9719 PL 7.8151
or
St. See Miss
Montgomery inapt
1. N8 Gold Coast Realty write to the address above. Madame
N8
4301 N.W. 2nd Ave. Effie Throckbottom
'
FURNISHED: 2-bedroom 'apart PL 1-2426
ment. Adults only. Located in
Liberty City, 1677 NW 70th St. Plus an
For information call NA 1-6654.


NICE FURNISHED! room In Choice OfferingsTwo = If V ALLSTARSHOW

Bunche Park section of Opa
lots 50 x 100 each. Good
Locka. For single man only. For location in Washington Park, Fl
information call NA l- 654. Lauderdale. Price reduced for BEAUTY IS YOUR Special Feature
I
quick sale.
FURNISHED ROOM. 1986 NW KEY TO SUCCESS
The Mysterious
57th St. Call
FR 4-2449 'or FR
9-4922. Special SalesTwo
ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF l tNELL'S Act
'. very nice 2-bedroom du- Broken Glass
ROOM in a new private home olex apartments. All tile features. SALON
Phone NE 41707.PUNISHED Ready to move Into. Rent from BEAUTY
; one apartment pays mortgage. Shows Presented C
and Tinting
in HaIr Styling, Cutting
- ROOM in good Priced low for quick sale. Specializing
Thur. Fri. Sat. Sun.
-
location. Every convenience. t m Free Scalp TreamentN.

Phone Off, 14514.COTTAGE. . (Very"' large, 3-bedroom James Operator
comer theme with extra lot, with Gillard, Owner V. Ladies FREEThur.day

NEWLY PAINTED, 3 guest cottage to rent and room to 2220 Rutland St., Opa Locka Phone MU 5.1558 Nit.
Low down
ROOMS, LARGE KITCHEN build 2 more houses.
In Front of Harlem Gardens
TILE BATH, PORCH. PARKING paymen. And Until
AREA. .
Nice 2-bedroom home on quiet 1 '
$15.50 PER WEEK 10 Friday'ATTHE
1724 street. New-5th St: area. Good 4 p.m.
NW 2ND AVE.JfUHNNSHED .
I condition. Just like new L i iA ". '
NEWT *
\ ROOM in Christian Call Harry Dennr. 0,1ROU5'EWiTH .DEL *
home in Liberty Call NE ,
City.
4-l8$4. ___ .. _' . .. .w PETER BLUESTEN i IM?

$850 530 Biscayne BoulevardFR gIZR is / JIM V
ROOM. per week to clean, 3-7W4

FR sober 3-5210.intelligent person.. Phone ,"$SHAVING
OWDER

Completely I furnished Lovely /P.ople

house with two bedrooms Fla. JAMCLUB
room, plus car porte with beautiful HAVE MONEY '
landscaping. In the heart B3iow

of Edison Center. It is an ideal $ WILL BUY
Place for quiet and comfortable SSssssS-fiBi
living. See it at 836 NW 65th *

.t. Adults only. Must be exper- Your older home or lot fl
1900 N.W. 78th St.
ienced in taking care of a good

home. Phone PL 80792.ROOM. pT YnfAVAM ;,./
I I' MRS. BUSS Phone PL 0-8851

or single ma*.
3280 NW 45th it NE 5-7169. TABLES FREEI

-- UN 6-4029 psoxs / qa '


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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" SUNSHINE

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1958 CAMPAIGN AVENUE REALTY

\ F.lJf..tJ.i '1 sale In all areas of Dade County

L\ LISTINGS WANTED

Based on Dade Phone FR 4-3297
SOUNDOFFPVT.
survey there is an

urgent need for Regi.tereineal Estate Broker
and
nursing

KELSEY "KIT" COLLIE and aged Negroes '

A non-profit
.. ... .. ... ... .. .
..., -...-,...-, - been organized
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with many that a draftee has no and"Sunshine,plans have Funeral HomeEstablished
loyalty to his country or to the
for modern
Part III: "This Life We Lead" I service. That he sit, back and a
1028))
I erected on a large (
waits for his draft board to grab
THE DRAFT I I located at 2611 NW
ENLISTMENT VS.
him, while an enlisted man Is Courteous Service
Several months ago we saw i I I I the true soldier, accepting his Architect plan ,
service announcementon responsibility to his country approved for the
a public .
TV concerning a young boy, 'This may seem a !bit strange, this modern Range of Each Budget
about 17 or 18, who was unde- .but it i illl true. There is a kind I Campaign
cided about whether he should of tolerance toward a draftee. He now set up at 1553
enlist in the army or wait until Is accepted merely on principle, and a drive is now ,
he was drafted. Perhaps many of nothing more.Unfortunately. solicit fund by I
you recall thl, same announce- I i a National convalescent center, Street Ph. FR 3-1440
ment. The big problem with the Guardsman Is looked upon as of $50,000 to be
draft was that this fellow might I I the man who takes the easy way of 1958.
before he could out. With only six monthq active
have been called
education.The duty, he returns to his home Many committees
complete a college
of the male and family, far sooner than any formed and many
school average age today It other. But his military career set up by Service For The Living"
graduate
high has not ended, even though he project the fund
between 17 and a half and 18
has traded in a 24 hour a day worthy work. The
years. Each year, more and more I Funeral Home
stint for a few hours a week.I will occur in
of the graduates are entering
There is a difference of one hundred of
upon a four-year college pro- service between the draftee will visit
three months after high year every ATHALIE RANGE, Owners
gram and the enlistee, the latter beinga Dade County for
school. By the time education is
period of three For during two days
they are approximately years.
completed some this is a brief period, for "Sunshine March." PL 4-7468-PL 1.1331
22, one year younger others, a major portion of lifetime
a
it I than the average age for draf-
tees in most states. And too, most Fortunately, there I is no Embalmer Funeral Director
defference in
draft boards will allow a college pay.
student in the upper half of his To the young man who wands Miami Florida
to get his draft obligation out of ,
class, to complete his education
before induction. Therefore, the way and doe, not intend to

there seems to be little 'worry make a career of the army, we .
student who suggest volunteering for the
for the male college
desires to complete his education draft at an early age. That
without interruptions.On way he can go to college without
the other hand, a service- interruption or take up something NI
he enjoy without fear of
man may enroll In college course
with the draft. An enlistment is desIgned -
while on active duty, the
of primarily for the man ,
government paying one-third
who is thinking of or intendinga M
the expenses for each course.
However, in a two or three year military career.
is almost 1m Which of the two Is better -
term of service It
enlistment or the draft? We
thana
possible to complete more
limited number of credit, toward made' our decision some time ago.
bachelor's Whatls yours?
a degree.
Next''Week: Part II of "This 57225'I"
For the draftee, there Is no
chance of his selecting the kindof Life We Lead." At that time, we BY GIVING TO
will discuss "A
work he would like to do, unless Fading Old
he takes the Officer',, Can Army. Until then .adlos. UNITED

didate: examination and passesit
then he is eligible to select
the branch of service in whichhe REACTIVATION HEALTH

desire. a commission.We l i
are reminded of a draftee Hours: 10:00: a.m. to 10:00 p.m.-By f + _

who was a practising, licensed
electrican in the District of Columbia SERVICES:-Swedish Manages, Whirlpool Oaths,.

Without any regard for Bath, Colonlc Irrigations, Electronic Spot Reducing,
his skilled training and experience Facials, Facial Manages and Packs, Light

he Wits sent to school for Therapy, Rubdown, RehabllPtatlon Therapy,
_ _
training as a supply' clerk.
In the case of another draftee, Sue Harris, R.N., P.T., Director Willie C. Coffee, PROF. HUNTER

1 who declined to attend OCS worried or In trouble this Is the
after Phone FR 3.3381 276 N.W.
making a very high score '
stay In the rut, push back the
on the test, he received order
SUITE NO. 118 IN THE SIR JOHN '
to begin working as an accoun- seems to hold you In your track,
tant at Fort Monmouth. This by the help of God under the

young man had received a BJS Hunter who has 30 years of ex*
degree in accounting at Temple
University and was studying and occult science. Make your

law drafted. This is a rare case show you how to bypass your
Usually an enlistee asks for things that life demands for you.
and is granted whatever type TV
work he desires. Only in some .
cases Is he denied that privilegeand
for a number of reasons,
I.e., low IQ, lack of training or C M
ability in the specified area; NO CHARGE

overcrowded areas, and disqualification .

1 event, he is by sometime health given In any;a If we can't fix it in your

1 second choice, or is placed
wherever he is best suited
or wir' I
most needed. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.-Sunday 10 to 3

/Nevertheless, draftees often get

excellent assignments, some even DRIVE-IN SERVICE -' .
better than many would expect
The old argument still holds .
Hunter's new psychic studio on

ALL WORK miles west of Hallandsls, Fla. oa

road, 1 mile east of 7th ave.
WHY BE
Y SICK? Pick-up and Delivery-No Charge .* are placed oa the top of three

Examination of your Per Is fas the duplex la the front of
eonal Ailment plus examination
of heart, lung,
stomach, liver, gall bladder more power than any ether
rectal prostrate, AMERICAN PUOHO find him far advaneed In knows.
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Good Morning Judge OCTOBER 25, 1958 PAGE 15
SPEAK AT UNITED

New From Miami's Municipal .
Precinct Court ""'-- .ro ---" IV'I .
-- NATIONS TEA
JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON, Presiding

By Elliott J. Pieze, Times Staff WriterAnother /Mr. Herbert L. Seamans, hu-

... ..... Key W est Southernmre's man relations consultant at the
-... -" .v- - --------- /7'1 .. _.... ___ City University of Miami, will speakat

more moderate totalof and with driving without a United Nations Tea, sponsored -
92 cases wa< listed for trialin er's license fined $50 or 20 a driv- By FRANCES E. PALMER ------- by the Baha'is of Greater
Municipal Court on October on the two charges. days """'"" ..-- Miami The Tea will be held at
20. It was another one of those Theodore Lavern "Pharr Out," 4720 NW 31st ave
sessions when will have the charged with sleeping on Couch public CLUB TO MARKANNIVERSARY Beach visiting her parents and the home of Dr. Kelsey L. Pharr.
large crowd of spectators talkingfor properly Dorsey Park 'I I family.
tined
a long time. $10 or four days Dr. Seamans who was educated -
Very regretful was the cases The Regular Fellows Club cele at the University of Wichita,
Rogers
of Miss Gwendolyn Johnson, .9, charged Clendon Williams brated Its 12th anniversary Wednesday Miss Loretta Mumford daughter Yale and Stanford, has held the
of 714 NW 3rd ave., who was fined $15 with reckless driving, Oct. 22. of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mum- following positions: Director of
or 10 days. I ford B-10 Fort Village, i
charged with giving false infor- Present officers and nOR the Commission on Education of
membersof
mation to a police officer; and Eddie Davis charged with ma- the club are: President, Rob- Mrs.making her home with her aunt, the National Conference of
Mrs. Johnnie Mae Davis 24, of licious mischief (destruction of ert Butler; vice president, Cyril York.Euphemla Evans in New Christian and Jews; Advisor on
451 NW 7th St. who was chargedwith a glass door valued at $10 prop Fisher Sr.; recoding secretary Religious Education to General
contributing to the delin erty of Mrs. Annie Lee Keaton) Ernest Williams; assistant, Wal- Douglas MacArthur in Tokyo,
of a minor a 14-year- and] assault with consultant on Intercultural education
uency I a dagger on lace Curry Jr., financial -
old girl. Mrs Annie Lee Keaton, fined 'FloYd Hannibal assistant secretary, Val- For Prompt, EfficientSar.i Stanford University; and
$75 or 30 days on the two gene Hayes; treasurer Ancel delegate to the New York State
The incidents began on Friday charges. Rlrth rls. .* Kn netc.. ..nnnen... ._ ... .T..!..-.... --*- Conference on Education to the
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night and Miss Johnson and Mrs nard Roberts; reporter, Audley Phone PLaxa 4-4909 I White House. He had traveled
Davis were arrested on Sunday. extensively
Cash. Members through Europe,
are, Walter
Curry
Officer N. Mack of the local po- Brice Trio Here Sr., Harry Evans Shedrack RUDY'S TV Japan, and the West Indies. He
lice force, who was one of the Hannibal Leroy Summers. works with the International
arresting officers, told the court November 5thAs andRADIO Center for Foreign Students at
that he received a report from Former members are Arthur REPAIR the University of Miami. His
the minor girl's mother that Mrs. Finder Jr., Arthur Sands Thorn- subject will be "The United Na-
Davis was contributing to the Phyllis a community service the a, Quintana (deceased), Quintin Guaranteed Serric tions And Spiritual Values.**
delinquency of her daughter. The Wheatley School Is pre- Scott (deceased), Arnold Smith
mother added that she had previously senting to its patrons and friends (deceased), E. K. Smith, Leon Pick up and Deliver :Mrs. Allene Gulnysrd librarian -
told Mrs. Davis to let her the Carol Brice Trio, on Nov. 5 Kelly Charles Kelly, Thomas at Holme*, Elementary School
daughter alone. Officer Mack also at 8 pjm. at Booker T. Washing Major, Leroy Roberts Vernell 9 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. will be chairman. AU races and
said that he had learned from ton High School Auditorium.The Carey Nathaniel Roberts Victor 6801 N.W. 15th Are faiths are invited.
reliable sources that Mrs. Davis Brice Trio Is acclaimed Dean, Alphonso Dean, Nathaniel
had taken the girl to a numberof by international critics, as one of Mosely Jesse Harley Oliver
place. of ill repute, including the very best of our present day Robbins Gilbert Curry Lewis USE OUR CLASSIFIED,
bars and other places where I groups. An evening of rare entertainment Harris and Bmilllo Burgohy. Give to The UF
minors are not allowed. The of is in store for all COLUMNS FOR RESULTSI.
fleer told of Mrs. Johnson's giv- who avail themselves of the op- Celebrating birthdays in the
ing him false Information about portunity to hear them. month of October Mrs. Cleora
the girl. Lopez, Mrs. Marie Green, Mrs. OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
Tickets' are now on sale at Merced, Wildgoose Mrs Ger-
The girl's mother told the court Phyllis Wheatley Elementary aldine Lasters, Rev. W. H. Zan
that the habit of the girl' going School 1801 NW 1st place. 031 ders, Prof. Alfredo Sands Ber- SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
out with older women had been nard Welters Cecil Bain, Alvin PSYCHIC READERLet
going on for some time. The Dean, Edna Mae Davis and Carol
mother said that the girl left FR 9.1703 Roberts.
home Friday and did not return
until Sunday. The mother saId Call TAYLOR Miss Audrey P. Sawyer spent
that she wa, forced to give the last weekend in West Palm
girl a good old fashioned whip-
ping, but the girl left home fol-
lowing the whipping.The .
girl told the court "that her MORTGAGE lOANS r
mother had beaten her so severely -
that she was forced to IN A HURRY
leave home. The girl added that
the mother ordered her out of Prompt service day or night lit and 2nd mortgagee)
their home. Prepayment privilege In Grace porlede .In every tt0,
Mrs. Davi, was represented bya
mortgage mortgage
wel 1 known White attorney. every J
Following'a long drawn out Our Service Is Professional, Courteousand ::: z
hearing Judge Johnson found QUICK.
both the young women guilty
and fined Mrs. Davis $100 or 40 MORTGAGESAND
days DADE-BROWARD my years of Experience guide and protect you through Lit
and Miss Johnson $25 or
10 days. Mrs. Davis' attorney Indicated INVESTMENTSMiami M a Lighthouse guides the ship In a storm

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,. MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" MRS. CURRY IS that she is not "crazy" and that
\ \ II She 'herself has been persistingshe
, \ PAGE 16 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1958 INDICTED AFTERDR. ,fcnew what she 'was doing. Bargain Beautiful'

\\ .. KINGTESTIFIES I Mfanwhlle, Dr. King told re- Home
' rs1 r;how "a: lot"
port ; of mental
: r Large corner lot. City
, Mount ZionWoman's : illnefg', ,Js 'due to "so much ra- : ten large trees, real cool 3-bed-water
NEW YORK (CNS)-Mrs. cial' tension! and lack of real ;
', Day rooms. Carporte, separate living
T Jt. t Izola Wire Curry, who ha, earn- I brotcr ood He's due to returnto j,room, dining room, kitchen util-
t. Huge Success ed the wrath and disgust of so Alabama' after'spending another -1 ity room. Use your lot as a down
Continued from page 1 many for plunging a letter opener week in New York to I payment. 2395! NW 68t St.
into the chest of Rev. Martin BARONJE
the county and special represen-. Luther King, has been indictedfor I thoroughly recuperate with I 8-1340 Open 3-5 p.m.
", atives from many churches. One attempted murder in the first friends.
of the observations made was degree.
the manner In which the visitors Dr. King testified before the
which appeared' on the program, Grand Jury along with six wit- Stores For Rent
:A acted their parts without a hitch. nesses Including Mrs. King, po
Some of the features were: the .8 linemen and those who saw the
"i soul stirring prayers by Mrs. C. ," stalblbing. Directly following Dr.King's 35 x 65-Located at 75th St. & 22nd Ave.
1 J. Burney;' "Ave Maria," sung! ; story of how he had been
by Mrs. Dorethea Payne, and ,,1J. autographing copies at the 125th SUITABLE FOR POOL ROOM RESTAURANTLOAN
St. Department Store when the
"Crea
James Weldon Johnson's
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AGENCY
FURNITURE
DOCTOR'S AND
attack the
Indictment
came was
tion, recited by Little Sonya. ,
J,. j I :Bethel, in the evening. t. handed down. DENTIST'S OFFICES
, Another succccs met by the ( '" !Mrs. Curry who has been
: meeting was the $3,100( raised under observation at Bellevue Wonderful Opportunity Spacious Parking
through the efforts of the ;wo- I'; Hospital, is due to be arranged
.A early next week. Should her Call Mr. Sloban-PL
men of the church. "I am very l' psychiatric 1.2663
happy for the success of this report be returned in
time she will be asked
to plead.
and
venture heart out
my goes I
\ (Roberta! Martin and the Famous -
to all who took a part and those ;S JS 4y' who prayed for us," said Miss Roberta Martin Gospel ,..'! ..i.!?.rK"XoC K"V K"oSlj!..t>!;;r..V n..."!&oKO SoXv V A...o S I-..oK OK1SI ...H H..,..V n.." Y N......V IA.."..." .V IA... .1...V n...;I.V n...,.N n...,.v ti....,w......N ry....v n.....V N...,..v n....w".."....,w..... /.
Singers will appear here in Miami ]t.

Woman's Marie White Day, observance.chairman of the'i Friday at evening the Longshoremen, Nov. 21 at 8 Hall p.m. >H!'c(: Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From R|

ALA REFUSESContinued

) from page 1 WHO WILL BE cc I IM VISIT OR CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645 8IE

""agent of the new Federal Civil
) Right Commission. QUEENContinued ,

I, Chairman E. P. Livingston said from page 1 '
:
the three-member board actedon I ;''t, f,
advice of Atty. Gen. John reign as Queen of Beta Beta ,
Patterson, Democratic nomineefor .. Lamlbda Chapter and will receive -
governor. a trip to Havana Cuba or ;
Livingston said "two U.S. Nassau Bahamas. The winner ..1h
agent with a small army of unregistered will be crowned Nov. 28, the Itt XM a 6 'Its'It'
residents of Macon night of Alpha's "Youth on Parade ri
County, all of whom had !been ," at the beautiful and spa- ; ,ttlit'
advised there would be no reg- cious auditorium of Northwestern -
istration Monday." He added Senior High School.'
that the board was in session to 1
Talented boys and girls of t
receive in accordancewith
applicants
Dade will participate on this
state laws Etta ,ltt8 +
program. The winner of "Y uth
"I'm not show
going to any-
on Parade" will receive: First
body anything unless the board prize, $25 2nd prize $15 and 3rd ;
agrees and Mr. Patterson says prize $10.) I 111..,,.. E iii a rq ltsit1
it's all right," said Livingston. t]Itd t
Negroes in Macon County who The coronation of Queen ot: = .. ,.,,;,
outnumber White residents about Alpha Phi Alpha will take placeat ft] ..
the night of "Youth on Pa- o a r- F 4
six to one, have long complainedof t
discrimination in voting. De- rade. Proceeds will go towards a F"j;
spite their heavy population 'scholarship fund for young men .n. ii'
jority they have only half ma-I'| in our community.
many registered voters as the
White residents. I

Fine Arts ONCERT ONE( PERfORMANCE and SHOW ONLY K X. WHY PA Y RENT ? I:;it2 t#

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you. Enroll your child or yourself StanIrnNTON IIU II CITY WATER CBS HOMES N
I NOW ages begin from three U III
years. Offering ,ballet, modern I! $495 f$:
Only Down
.1 dance, jazz and many more, with and L1. orchestra
competent and' efficient instructors II
to teach you. Let Fine Arts Extra Added Plot AttractIon IIH See these new homes now complete with landscaped front lawns, closeto
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(upstairs) help you with a musi- DEANand $11,500 total price. 'Open this Sunday. See 1497, 1510, 1520 NE,154thj,
cal career. Mrs. Ruth Greenfieldis I ... Street North Miami,Beach
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TICKIT AOINCIeet : $995 DOWN =
''u\, The Auxiliary Board No.2 of ONLY $795 DOWN iJ
;: t Greater Bethel AME Church Mary Elizabeth Hotel Brown Sub or Liberty City Living 4t
I" cordially invites the (public to attend 642 N.W. 2nd Ave. I Venetian blinds, For these CBS homes with tile roof, J
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: Eighth Annual Tea Community Drug Store and built-in oven and range. Opa i
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Dixie Park Auditorium, 340 NW -- --'. -- shopping. Includes insurance and Locka beauties. Pick your lot. .2 I
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