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Title: Miami Times
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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: November 1, 1958
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36TH YEAR NO. 10 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1958 PRICE TEN CENTS 16 PAGES I




I Ministers Freed After 5 Dais 'IKilis Wife; Tries :;II/




.. BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -. Two Suicide Drive II III

ministers and 12 other Negroes
who made a court test of Oir- I Comtnu'nlty: Drug Store. : "
m'ngham's! new bus seating law Estranged Hubby The car, smashed the heavy I
were freed on appeal bonds' Drives Car Into glass doors into bits, completely ::1
Wednesday after spending five shattered the front and plowed .1 II
days in Jail. Drug Store through show cases and display 'I !i
I Te Rev. F. L. Shuttlesworth 1 counters S3 feet into the interiorof I
militant young leader, and the the store.
A 26yeaToldhusband who I
Rev- "JS.. Phtfer left the (
jail Two passersby extricated the
failed in his' efforts :tor: reconcile
: afler bonds s>t $300 were posted 'with hit estranged wife, strangledher enraged youth from the wreck
for them. Rev; Shuttlesworth was to death early,Monday' morn- via, the windshield. An ambulance -
sentenced to 00 days in jail and took him to Jackson Me-
I' lar ing and then drove his car at 70 ,
fined $100 and Rev. Phifer was miles per hour Into a Liberty morial Hospital where it w a *
sentenced to RO days and fined City Drugstore.. discovered he suffered a broken
i I r $100 by Recorder's Court Judge Frederick D. Kendall of 16100 jaw and shock. He is ,under
William Conway Monday night. NW 65th st., had gone to the room guard in the hospital and wlll.be
where his wife and her three- charged with first degree mur
PROTESTS $6,112 year-old daughter by another der.
\ marriage lived ,at 6801( NW 15th Mrs Kendall's body was shipped ,;
FUNERAL TABAn to her home In Douglas, Ga. '5'.
ave.About 12:50: a.m. Rudolph Le- Wednesday night by the House ,
objection has been filed in varjty owner of the combination oi Albert Funeral JHlome. '
," County Judges Court by the store building and rooming house, C. M. Jollivette, owner of the "'
';. family of 'James Howard Sr., heard screams coming from the drug store, said damage to his \
reputed South Dade numbers back room. Levarity called police i business exceeded $10,000.
boss, that his funeral bill fOIl and upon Investigation i Everything was covered by insurance -
$0,11266 Is "not a Just debt... found Doretha' Kendall, 26, ,
Mrs. Mildred Allen, owner of sprawled on the floor in the t
the M.S. Allen Funeral Home, room the sash from her dressing GOP CHAIRMAN
said the family asked for the gown knotted around her throat. ,
best and that, "nothing was too Her young daughter hysterically BLAMES ALL ON N u
good." I screamed the sad story: "Freddie
The casket alone selected by killed my momma, FAUBUSDemocrat
the family cost S 5.26930., X The Before police arrived, Kendall
A gala Pre-IHiallowe'en caba- nlshed by Klah Brown and crew, heavy steel l job required 10- pallbearers ran from -the room and Jumped Governor Orval j
ret sponsored jointly by the and a 30-mlnute floor show entertained to lift It. into his 1906 Pontiac, put it in Faubus of Arkansas was quoted 1
members of Phi Beta Sigma until the wee hours of Norman Solomon, attorney for reverse gear and baoked up to in news stories as warning 1
Fraternity and Zeta Beta Sorority the morning. the funeral home said flatly, 14th ave. at a high rate of speed. against "the sort of prejudice
.. officially ushered In the beginning Pictured at the activity are "They wanted everything big, Putting the car Into forward which has been the cause of !
of the Greek social ta- two of the persons responsiblefor they got it big They're going to gear he then sped the length bambini incidents in other j'
son here in :Miami. getting the affair together- pay." of the block and across 15th ave, states*
On hand were scores of local Ruth Polite and Earl A. Wells. Howard reportedly left an es-; crashing Into the front of the Continued on page. 16_ '
Greeks, well-wishers and delegates Members of the committee not tata ivalued at $73,000: $10,000 in "
to the State Homemaking shown include: J. Otis Haywood, cash and stocks, and $85,000 in filed against the estate by the support 0'- his children. Mrs.
Convention estimated at better Inez Foster Pauline Willis and real estate.
father of John Rell, a White Gillison is given $100 a month
than 500' persons Music, far- Marguerite Miller Two $50,000 suits have been
sailor who had hitchhiked a ride for life in Howard's will.
In the car that collided with I The rest is left to his children.
Howard's last Aug. 23 killing six Yvonne, 22, James Jr., 19, .and t
Born in Church Restroom others and himself. i Shirley, 16. No mention is madeof I
I Baby Howard's mother Mrs. Louise his wife, Mae Belle of Home
Gllllson, ,has asked $1,200 for i stead.
A npwlv.Knrn hnHv erlrl
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found. Sunday night in the car

jt, vary of a Baptist member Church of New at NW Mt. 22nd Cal., JDr. J
NAACP Arm :
ave.On end leaving 72nd church st. about 10:15: Attorney Graves Heads State Legal

F the man was startled to find the
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baby on the front scat of his car. I
The baby's navel string had not ...... 1
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IA Officers Stephen Rolle and ;& .,nJ, l I :- s 'sue."/"eww

Nathaniel Robinson answered the !
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call to Dade County Police and I j!.'" '1/J'o'!/! r'r" I,
.. discovered that the mother had :
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; given birth In the restroom Immediately r" / 11[

behind the church. ..,. tAL"'" 1 "

The baby was rushed to Jackson -
1.: Memorial Hospital where
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she is reported doing nicely. No
f trace has been found of the ,
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mother as yet.
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t ,., 2 CHECK G, E. Graves, Florida's legalwarnorse ,
In segregation suits, has \
t FORGERSf' been elected Legal Chairman of I '
the state's NAACP branches. Ho I It
NABBED replaces Tampa's Francisco Rod

Two check forgers who operated riguez .
.z by. breaking! into businesses to 4h ddMS7 (Negroes of the state expect a \
steal, checks'and check writing new approach' to the desegregation -
of Florida with
problems
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machine
were arrested Wednesday -
: the election of the militant uncompromising -
after :
a tip by an alert Miami ',
young attorney
l grocer. At the closf,of the, state meeting -
Arrested Cato
were Gray, 27,
of 3600 Grand ave., and Ronnie I1 --4 in Daytona Beach on Sunday
Cody, 43, of 375 NW 6th terr. % Rev, A. Leon Lowery of Tamps
They are accused of having flooded was reelected state president.
[ South Florida with forged Other state officers elected were
x 3 Mrs Louise Bouie of West
checks worth thousands of dol r0. r a N1r"br Palm (
lars. Beach, secretary; Mrs. Ruth,

Morris Cohen manager of the 'Jtii': "'" ......... p" h l , ...... 't.IlII i"j. ., I.r J Perry; of and Miami the Rev.assistant Theodore secretary -
r_ Southern Farm Market at 532
NW 20th SL, Miami said he be- Eight t of Florida' 10 Negro college R. W. Puryear, Fla. Normal College; Gibson of Miami treasurer.. ,

came suspicious when a man presidents are shown here a* they com- and Dr. Richard V. Moore, BethuneCooJcman \
Local NAACP ;f.
who cashed a check appeared toe .
to grab the and pleted plan's for the state' first coopera College standing, John Wf
leave eager the store. money tive student ,recruitment project which Rembert, Gibbs Junior College Brftton Membership

,* Cohen followed the man out will be at. Florida A&M University March G. Sayles, Roosevelt Junior College, W. P, Campaign Begins
side and marked down the 'license 14 1959. The presidents, members of the Beach William Jackson, Howard Junior
I".. number of the car in Florida Council of Negro College Presidents College Ocala| C. C. Washington. Rosen- The fall membership campaign

which. four other men were wait met at Gibbs Junior College in St.Petersburg wald Junior College, Panama City, and of the NAACP is now in Miami Its and vicinity
10 pteaaing
: ,Ills tip to police led to the ar- ; Fl.. From left, they are Dr. M. T. Griffin Green Valuate County stage, and will kick-off next

.' rest. George W,, r Core, Fla. A&M University Community Junior College, Daytosa. (continued on page 14))




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CALYPSO *esP a.d AlOteI
ttfirfMM 7matrreais CIadr., De-
Charles KO'dinmeback GIVEN Caafusac Bws clan

I cameo pi,. ..... G IMlit .d Lee Btwws", Cant J.
tM ... 4 Lfr
lno ll eha III AJf* U. a s B1eKieeis -
nave OW **witjr fill tts M'WfMIItIMf Class-. acid Curer Jasper,
7i namsujfea I I. Sdrlf4 Y night atlire Ar b> sad gkfcasde DeVe .
,},e 7.... lijt 9assarFaw+iaaf I UK JflAiH TIKES TU p l'CewJ.papJ' bmn a of Swear Jeofe Jones.VAch lit aad pert Jam, 3U8i1a
? >rtwaivs4i w' Sorer wa1 allowed 14 and Joe 'T* 9pB VCY&tJtrr.
... 1r-c ... PACE 2 SATURDAY, ,JSOVEMBER 1, 19S being use aoefe 01 Mt of olce and 7 SIiNn
Xma6Ir1 aeltirir -.?IC i IfwII bU lrelleatlexas the men Juliet P rhtzYfon'.e VMaaa x.nis.
:him Scar Cw amufe. Be XtawnrflIt I w. very 1 wltb the out- Wttftiard, Heiaae WIler,
nJMmniHc 1IIi: e. J !e '3fce+ jmMimwi OMB jc *&e Wit., Burly Grant UfldredDeVeaux
PuK ?fMHMv "a auatiEic, Free Civil Defense I, There was a hula hoop e&n- sad ifissie C 1amaAGt.o
,;grr. '%II tk* em 'Obaf.MsrJitllk e tt to end all hula hoop con- BaAvlpb Adacas HId Ed
-tee avert MI. Cdu'. TAIeI.Ia1I I'tI'J Clarence Bankston tak- of the: local chapter.
:32. ,I Lectures at North Dade lag dire male championship, y
Tae a.Pc"' iwsper aiaoap- j J'h4tbe Beverly Grant and SorotJttkttila
5sm .. b ... ids ws :'I I I Thompson were tied for
irnaa'.erwr iwrt Jfeersua. CmHB A:: tuI :1.J r s ia sc+ oitered this yeas.Lnrrs first place and Soror FlonieViVjdard TOOTHACHEU
< jo & Swrtb, Ifcrnatmt ....1.1tI"1 43* en-;.; I o tares. cJab5 and a rucner-up. Boron
yid t teee up --- asks. mfr s eSte taupa are mritud to get. Vivian Harris, Juliet Porter, 29 ___. .a.
(OUt _aut.. !2mt eu' I Iwaafc wdib! ** SolknrinZ ewn ''FJorrie Woodard, Helen Wiley -
A v %,.M b-/.d !be'Jfow ,, I fear ffl iwr the trafaL and Juanita Thompson cam .0S asd lIlY ra ,e .4"1.4! bjtes
;. .uss.r: 'Ob .afS a+; tenet. 1 '.3.. Tar4si** r Skr, : Geneita Sveeaicg, president,'f through with calypso numbers
I a2+ er: 'I e CweM/ PTA CwtsacU Jf A 'and Beverly Grant gave her Tertion Parsttte Eat tar

3 Minn'tnJ Win M' Sts Sic, %; Art 'TnsT tit: Chi:!! of the cha-cha. ....AMs.....fatd ..s kS-
Ltd wi 0".1 1J'a.7' enne C&.ma.WJ', 1>:7. 2. Opa Everyone enjoyed a delicious
$500 Scholarships "h MU Z-5; Miw Geraltiwaa -:I I repast of pigeon peas and rice, "---'I..t far..f...
I i t o Ja n nerd muse on fried Csh, conch fritters, conchsalad :
'fs'.. '7Y)!(. 2>C-JSvwFaxrrtsflry bird eta a 'T1 t,4ay 1 1' Dt4eai SOU, MO 1-4231. I and calypso punch. ORA.lELeCourteq
acd t ac. Ei :
d !tine aivcrr
a d (: *d is it& aoaosocIvfiry : i I
*. Hbt 47 rc&sa o 5s '"Ii i i,i la-m of rraml1ng s r iL I
Strut u i 't+dtaaGt r h tl tltt I m Tamar a ram? I Ii PUNPHUN
,i tad 26. P. 7 t cad ; I I Bo Scrrie fiCxml 36, Florida
art tr'srsrkctyt sd n.1MI ai4 LwtJDa I i I n .e By PHIL O&.SO'fRJ
a r a.hs (f( flbtnr cofcrta to p a I COLEMAN'SGULF
!4i."" ;
ir.sc Cicrgit.at5re ski: eye
r7 4'f\.iIIIIKs *4a&tirS Ttfl 171!)vr1fA; un Sus bit 23 > I udtn1.md G 1 r'YSd Z flfeetfevft lm-$ 7 i: KI i 1'' tS WASH POLISH WAX TIM RCPAIRINQ
Jtc5Jrcea > -nn! i his: t'Mawn Jar his private!
at a't rotx %: (.IJ hi bt. ,xAt:t v 1,. artC z too I x+oIlL Ko wooder! Green (IW) ROAD SERVICE GAl OIL AND LUBRICATION
tY Ad era 29 2C rUAt xsAKsfirirt ttabe fe t&e oce odor ;sun mbkh even EXPERT AUTO REPAIRING
t.Za 'A C&xstxx irSw,, yt1 xIlZ1 srerre U> ssprernaosls do cot
'I Dr, Jsiiiffl Bki> :; : I
,, Sfoe eaasafeeateco.la vn -D. be &aepejae1. 3rd Averse
etJ aiga tt> 278 N. W. Fifth Street 1S36 N.W.
'Onr.1 JC4 Jos>RI.:t.
r
44ttica & arvtrivxs&y
fa toy
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I eillsiZ e j His badbers w31 back: him PHONE FR t-0111 PHONE PR 4-ftCT'
It.uu tf&nx 4za-zg-
x srtsTr iL . be pals bit band in
rrer'J t-Mr.c f..l tJJwr lafiriiarf: Sssrhrtl T PR 9937JAMES'
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raxz ie ML (Ricg up :\o S.le!>)> I

12.1'7.xxss S a'n' r L'.ft+J i ia,[);' & : It 5s tny coca tion that L,

per >*tr ft? twr: runs s ,dr..fA; Uk'J +a4i x'r wsF I KttgS} bit fntckdLs rtclecled him, _
4:.It.'t: 3 1IG1', tz4 S+dcs. OW1tS J' .c, I nrr btss ...d t3yrs: & I : have the capitol, but not the
!ir... d Z1V N1f 4it ss; P.er".afyrnt i 11r.5ir.d: ;.a1 SsnirsI ;-bL
3, Yr %.:4 ssTC, a.r3t : : i joa ; tr9ot vertex to lb ; : TCo gwxi boiii ewraa would
.i 9L.tr 9Mt WU ", M.CfA. J&r n.d'Un. I sansss'lj, Tfe.e free 1 !., !:& After all where there
Ears anti &.k.'Ut Er., at. tau hroct'a: bde Sdwc4 ... co pdadpal, there is no in.
JOt U13J nt' lit oS ibe IsOntexil ,. You can but ca that . 5 & lOc STORE

A the Governor un't.J 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481
Lo&fcs ;.e his school bank ac-
nt (like his school) will be B
Hi Will res1dencn.'J' -. The cbecks Kill come
Mays redST; . No Seg HALLOWE'EN
: Fuods.
I we Costumes ...-.............. 97* $1J -Fr*. Mask.
his adheres whom
Perhaps Masks ..._., U, 6*, 10< Ma. Nolwmakera _, 10* ...
aid
will
is pressing for rea
Player Suspensions bW their Colored victims Horne _____ 5*, 10* ta. Crepe Paper .......-_ 15* pk.

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u".1. mtb SttIt..A nifltfc apyta9tae CHRISTMAS
tse ui b'fJ kdiaaa txr dersta4tc's Tbe only help they have given Layaway Time, NOW-Dolls, Guns, Holster Sta, Cowboy
nM bottItJI.IIl': ; t.w allftMs ,2,748, thus far is through bonds Suits, and Hats, Toy for all Children. ;
rttr Uy iI1 SU M AT FAMU . the bonds of segregation,
mil g'/vei'th4 LX4y astosdixtbo are guilt-edged tn-cecuri- HOUSE nxirrsi!
C fsaaLas Tr'.JtkM. .
TJe two, VJ7' irere tie s-JbStd Tallsbasute With Plastic Drapes, Curtains Pillows, Sheets Casey Scarves,
,1 mYJO.Af.dtT hie I ilJlUmmt tf %.14 Dollies, Pots, Pans, Dishes Silverware Towels, Glassware
arcs 'VI wbn the Jmw.a fall tKixster. Florida students outnumber worn Plants, Planters.
State Ii5ei &b/A Asa'clatlonsarttd Unirtnilr has * students. The male enroll
J ttwfsh ncrWs"Jr4. high ta attendance, is 1,419 against 1,329 fe- Simplicity Patterns and Money Orders Sold Every Day
EL )(. Tb rp e, director
fjce: of Admissions and students. Monday through Friday, 7:45a.m. til 7:15 rt.p-Satur.ay til
Alm t with the jJr: Cecilausd The previous record 9 p.m-Closed Sunday1lMANAGING
YW(4 R/Jtrt P a f e- students was uUibJ
fire <6ri< #r Ua/f f..t..Atta.U players I.ill.
were n.J4 ti eWt2iGe the .ut of Included In this MUSIC
tfc:* tc j, Thaws rutof came bat is a record 7W
Ffil 7, on tb* day with CU Glade wbkh wound up union, SI special
In a ecore:lw li*. 2 t.JJ graduate students. THAN 10,000 HOUSING UNITSIN
**"TW lAtt"t tknr to us ir a s The enrollment MUSICMUSIC
kai:{ drift siring tackle Boy fall decfte the highest I DADE & BROWARD COUNTIES
finis, a -coundtT," Tr2AMsaid. fequtrenxnts both on
'1fCIM fit the other bays dergraduate and ,
were regulars/" in A&)!'. J history, The Largest Organization of

"The players were suspended Ceorie W Core Jr., with Tee I its
Jay Kind in The South
btcuf their names were not oo Then too, four addlUo I Serving
the tot of oertified players in the operating junior college Ed Cook I Colored
state title TriUXe said it was a junior class In People"For
mistake on his part: or the office the expansion to Rockin'
In not turning in the status.A Rogers Fait, Efficient Service Call pRESIDENTs

names by &"Pt. 1.He breakdown of the & Louise Griffin
sets no reason, however, figure reveal that ,
why Young and Page should be dents reside on campus
ineligible for all sports. reside in off-campus There's Music

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America's ,Man of THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper"

Music ComingTo SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1958 PAGE 3


TownStan '

1 United Fund District


I.QCW/f INOf '
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Directors NamedDistrict
As Bob Considine Tells: In the Miami Herald


On the back of an envelope found among his effects directors have been

after his death last summer in a plane crash, former L named throughout the two mid- block in their own neighborhoods,

Atomic Energy Commission Chairman Gordon Dean had town regions of the Metropolitan thus solicit from friends and
scrawled. Divsion of the United Fund oi I Interested
neighbors. women may
Dade County, It was announcedby
I volunteer through the district
1-Never lose capacity for enthusiasm Ravlin
your Mrs. Fred division director in their area or directlyto
2-Never lose your car:acitv for indi 'nntion. ., chairman. Fund headquarters at 395 NW
w -- r-H-n.
3-Never Judge people, don't c The women's door-to-door First St., FR 7-2501.
type them too quickly, but in a THE campaign kicks off Nov. 2,
pinch never first assume that FRONTIERS of America y which has been designated, The regional chairman and
a
man is bad, first assume always sent a barber down to the Dade "United Fund Sunday.; The their newly appointed district
County Old Folks Home at Kendall Metropolitan Division is expected directors are as follows:
that he is good and that at worst f
he to give haircuts to its 29 to contribute $400,000 toward -
is in the gray area between North Midtown Chairmen::
male inmates.
The staff and men the over-all $3,477,00 goal
bad and good. I were quite pleased. They also Kenton, voted five con- necessary to support the Fund's Eugene E. Kemp of 6306 NW 14th
4-Never be impressed by wondered why other groups won't secutive years by Down Beat 55 health, welfare and commun- ave., and Mrs. Genesta Sweetingof
wealth alone or thrown by pov- visit them and bring a little en Magazine, the best exponent of ity agencies. 15571 NW 18Ui ct. District directors -
erty. jazz in the United States, will : Liberty City, Mrs.
I tertainment. They asked, too, for District directors will recruit i
5-Jf you can't be generous a minister to hold services there bring his 20-xmn organization to workers on a neighborhood basis, Maude Glass, 1246 NW 67th St.;; t
the Miami Beach Auditorium
when it's hard to be, you won'tbe some \Sunday. Seems only White asking them to work only one Scott Homes, Mrs. Millie L.
when it's easy. I ministers have taken time out Saturday, Nov. 8 for a one night Parker, 7500 NW 22nd ave.;

6-The greatest builder of to visit them . Many Miamians engagement.One Brownsville, Mrs. Docia Howell,
of the 3051 NW 52nd st. Downtown
most colorful and ; ,
arc booking hotel rooms on Miami -
confidence is the ability to dosomething of his brother-in-law, Bert Al-
controversial Mrs. Juanita / 3170
figures in the Ham/berry. NW
I Beach for their out-of-town
almost anything of music! bury . Liberty City has a new 48th st Locka Mrs.
well. friends for the Orange Blssom world today, Kenton ;; Opa Mar-
Classic. There is rebellion will give local Jazz enthusiasts a funeral home. Hill-Manker opened garet Newbold, 15565 NW 158 at.I .
an open I 6701
its doors this week at
7-When that chance to and hear his I Rd.; Bunche Park, Mrs. Agnes
confidencecomes l going on because of the see exciting -
I i
Cal-
.
NW Blanche
15th ,
then strive for humility, policy! of local hotels making you 21-.piece orchestra. I loway is ave.still doing. a bangup McCoy, 15940 NW 18th st.; New-
aren't as good The personable bandleader will Liberty City, Mrs. O. McQueen,
you as all that. take the room for no less than job in taking care of the week- ,
8-And the way to become three days and at $14 per day. be making his first local appear- end crowds that, have been filling 2290 NW 155th st.

truly useful is to seek the best ance since his concert last year. the Jim Jam Club lately. ..
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that other brains pave to offer. DIG THIS: A psychiatrist advised It's a well known fact that Their show last week with the -- -
Use them to supplement your his timid little patient to there are few people in the return of Chickie Home was a GIVE GIVE TO THE
own, and be .prepared to give music business who work harder dilly , Stan Kenton will bring
assert himself let UNITED
"Don't FUND 11!
your
helped.credit to them when they have wife bully you. Go home and than Stan. There was no per- his band into Miami Beach auditorium ........ -- .... .... -
who's son too small for Stan to talk to Sept! 8.
show her boss.
9-The greatest tragedies in The patient went home, slam -no radio station too small for
world and personal events stem med the door loudly and roughly him to appear on. Morning, noon,
from misunderstandings. Answer. afternoon or night, It wouldn't
seized his wife. "From now
Communicate. on," he snarled "you're taking matter, you could always depend -
,
Stan there. It's
orders from me, see? You're on being GO FIRST CLASS
SAMUEL "Bid Whltt" WIL. I make and no winder that Kenton is one
gonna my supper I II III
of the
SON, a senior from our town when it's on the table you're most popular guy with
majoring in industrial arts at all music lovers.
goin upstairs and lay out my
Fla. A&'M' serves as student You may be one of those who
clothes, see? Tonight I'm goIn'out BOIDENn.with
assistant in the office of public on the town-alone, and do disagree! with Kenton's musical . America'sFinest .
relations . The Donald Jack- know who's going to dress: ideas but you'll have to admit JIGGER
you '
sons will christen their son, me !in my tuxedo and black tie?" he hasn't slowed the force whlch Bourbon cAr'z ,''
Don Jr. propels thl, dynamic leader in
Sunday, Nov. 2 at St. "
I "You bet I do, was the answer -
Agnes Episcopal Church The the jazz world,
"The undertakerl"WE !
former Willie Mae and Ula Mae Kenton has his followers who 'in a handy

Dean (Mrs. Ell Boyd and Mrs. I WERE: Talking with Chat. mark his work as a form of art. \W\ \
Mercie Coney) will have double Those who understand his brandof r'fr
,C. (North's Travel Bureau) North music pocket flask.
number countless
christening reception Nov. 9. It'sfor
this week and he made our
Eli Jr. and II I thousands throughout the nation.
Elvin Mercle . ,i"mouth want water". That is,
The Daughter Elks of Liberty :our traveling mouth. You see,
I
Temple No. 724 are mailing in- ]
[Charlie has Just returned from
vites for a Cabaret Hallowe'en I nuptial vows last Sunday .
another extensive tour of the
They tell me Doc. Jolllvette is
Party Oct.
on 31.
Caribbean in search of accomo-
featuring drive-in service for wall
ST. AUGUSTINFS I dations for his huge clientele of prescriptions in his 15th ave.
Choir College vacationers or just plain travelers ;- Community Drug Store. The only
of
Raleigh, NC. is headed
lids trip took him through
thing he dislikes is driving In
Church this way. In November The most of the tropical islands wherehe after hours. Say about 1 a.m. YEARS : I
of
Incarnation will present contacted the best hotels and That when
was one crank saw
the famed choraliers in a seaside resorts for the package fit to ram into his 15th ave. OLD !"

concert. FAMU's at Northwestern's Miami Alumni audit As- trips he features for local island Cut Rate Drug Store last Mon- T /'
sociation has hoppers. Of course Caribbean day ajn. at a 70-mlIe-an-hour :
bus for chartered a special travel is not the only feature. clip wrecking the place to the

North of homecoming.the Charles C. On his trip he visited the nation's tune of $10,000 in damages , ,
Bureac of the same capital and other places in the Ruby F. Smith and Herman
name has charge of reservations states. Taylor Jr., will have their t
The trip 'Will cost a measely 1$ North is versatile in the travel] troubles told to a ,parson on AU 88 PROOF

Charlies.Bob Martin Call is North now . agency business in our section. Saints Day (Nov. 1)), & 100 PROOFB01TIED1NOND
not the _
among
He can book reservation for you
missing.mond Ife's butchering at Rich- to France, Ghana, England, Asiaor THE BRICE TRIO (a family
Heights' 7-11 Food Market Quemoy, by plane, boat, train, of distinguished artists) will
and I think he likes the Heights, outboard boat or row boat! be in a concert. You can't Ole oautrePNT

hey Bob? That may seem like a bit of afford to miss Nov. 5 . Here's ,

'ROBERT GOING exaggeration. But I dare you to a plug from the N.Y. Times: HALFPINTSe I t
THE
(Thefma' call' him for that next trip you "Eugene Brice proved to be out-
James) first is a son, Anthony plan and just name your modeof standing, disclosing. a mellow,
Eric, arrived Oct. 4. Auntie, travel l well-controlled bass voice of excellent -

Petty James, celebrated double. range and power." . .
Her's was Oct. <6
is just that when it comes to set Clark (South Miami) exchanged New York to attend the funeral
vice. She's at Club Royale .
Dig Miles Davis waxing It's hot, I
especially his long playing album N
(Milestones). Cannonball : i iN

Adderley Is featured on the alto --o

. David Burns of King Cole
Barber and Beauty Supplies, is mr
busy planning a hair style show
and dance in Daytona Beach and .....IIITIUII ora.
West Palm Beach prior to hit BEAUTY IS YOUR .ttn frtaON. it M* imttt"IMOUL

Beauty Clinic Nov. 1012. armor
KEY TO SUCCESS _

THE BOYS of the now defunct
Deepsea Anglers Fishing Club ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF I I

are pleased to see their fishing :
partner and former sec'y, Rosy
Davis out again after a motorcycle STAR MEAT MARKET
accident that laid him! five NELL'S BEAUTY SALONSpecializing t

months . Jack Kofoed, when I
he wrote that article on integra-

tion in the Miami Herald didn't 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
show any soundness for deep in Hair Styling, Cutting and Tinting "

thinking, as most columnist
usually do. Ills rantings about Free Scalp Treatment f

mixing of the races will bring THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
nixing of blood" which will N. Guard, Owner V, Jams, Operator

I bring sorrow and tragedy. Evi 0

l denUy he didn't read much history 2220 Rutland Street Opa Locka
In his time . A few days ,

later of Jack the Bell same(a sheet fellow) made columnist his Phone MU 5-1558 Fresh Meat. Low Prices

article look like "Ned in T In print If Harlem Gardena t
Tint Reader," and what Jack 81
said !was 100 percent true.



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..........................................* ,been tall sentenced) and a fine to serve of |300 90 Rev din, 4 w.$pdnt' .
in 'Hwd.
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of 60 days an >. Count',
to
Howard
late James j. S. Phlfw
'
funeral lust tUjlst" line of $1 OU), fIorIda

really the "talk 'f. J.0rjt are- ,
cost $ , ]In Harlem four mother
folk said It wiuvtcrmo,
TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET out $1,000,000 from the city
brought
The Times Are Changed And 'We real price this Hens week. It "a, ,of asking Now York., They claim their .' fellow Citizens:

court "h1I',1'arc,\ \ suffering by tted- After 11 years of faithful .
Office at 1112 N.W. Third Avenue. 12.68. inferior and segrejakd
in, service on
Plant at 6740 N.W. 15th Allen Funeral Home I t your
10,110018. Railroad and
: Public
J
Util.
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is by I win
Its attorney MiKfftlon
: is no
There ti. ties
Commission
'
H. E. SIGISMUND amount. The estate thinks New York, but residential '. you
GARTH C. REEVES, Aetoclate too mucfi. Howards estate place some schools fn ,i. fcavo honored me with
patterns
said to be worth 65000. heavily populated Negro areas.'"*' the Democratic Nomln-
Member of the National l' 'otlon for re-election.
I
Member of the .. Monday will be election B&P Club Installs ";: deeply appreciate this
SUBSCRIPTION in Cuba. Three candidates honor and want to thank

ONE .ER $4.00 SIX MONTHS $ be in the run, Andres Sterling Ki- OfficersThe ... oil of you who helped
Carlos Marquez Business and Professional i rut *o much.
"CREDO OF THE Alberto Salas Amaro. Women's Club of Murrell Branch
In the General
Socar- Electionwo
THE NEGRO PRESS believes that president Prio YWCA wishes to thank Its: man)
I
from racial and national antaplonlsms believes the revolution will friends who helped to make: I'* will win a great
regardless of race color or creed; his -" in spite of the election. installation service a success. A' Democratic victory In

no man. fearing no man-the Negro special "thank you" should go to Florida If all loyal
tn the firm belief that all men are hurt to Walter Winchell, Mrs Mary Wright, cafeteria Democrats go to the polls
- CanvpanellaTs hospital ex- manaser at Booker T. Washington I and vote for the party'snomInees.
Entered, as Second Class Matter amount to $100.00 a day. I High School, and cochairman .
Miami Florida, under the is in a private hospital. of Murrel Branch's member-
t I will be grateful for
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installing

ship committee for gracefully
YE EDITOR'S Charles- was floored twice the officers. Miss Marie your continued support
Dennie Freeman, Texas Roberts, branch board chairman, and your vote on
City Judge John D. heavyweight champion on and Mrs. A. Louise B'Taylor, November 4.
night in Dallas. The executive director, gave the
Sincerely
contempt of Court on Monday ,
in the sixth round about
Judge W. Frank Blanton. He I'(group essential Information Charles WILBUR C. KING
the fight. ( YWCA Association.
our
each of five orders the judge Baker, instructor at Northwestern Democratic Nominee
The case was the result of promoter Chris Dundee i High was our pianist. Florida Railroad and
ing of the estate of Mrs. Ruth to bring British heavy All Band P's and Interested, Public Utilities
Mrs. Vernell Reaves is the Henry Cooper to Miami persons are asked to meet on Commission,Group 1tM
to fight Willie Pastrano of Tuesday, Nov. 4 at 8 pjm. at the
Judge Johnson said he had (.oinioot poM (or by
Miami in December or office of Dr. Edward J. Braynon Coro+hy ..
lice cases that his private I Step Coflnpolffd Trwwtr)
January. Jr., 603 NW 2nd ave.
.He. turned over to the ,

the amount owed the estate I Wilbert Royal of Goulds Harvest Time;
struck by a car while cross- I 2nd Smash Week
THE .NEW the highway at Old Cutler I Best Wishes 'i

The new Pope succeeding 'hl. and Besides U.S.body I injuries on Monday her The Daughter Ruler and Past

by the 51 Cardinals on Tuesday foot had to be amputated. Dau-htcr Rulers and Daughtersof BlancheGalloway
Greater Miami Temple 769
a two-day deadlock.He .
"thanks again" to all for
express
is the Most Rev. Walker. was killed In-
having helped to make our Hal-
now becomes Pope John XXIII, on Tuedsay, near Orlando lowe'en Round-up a financial
A station wagon driven by
in 600
years. employer, John S. Evans, success.
Pope John has set his owns a Miami Construction Special thanks is given the
way and means chairman and
vember 4.
crashed into truck
a dump
] with clay. committee, committee on finance, PROUDLY PRESENTS
the Bills who stood side by;
P.A.A. TO daughters of Atlas and Liberty The Return
37720'j Britain has agreed to
Temple in this and the
Aocording to Pan area,
full
independence
to Ni-
daughters of Ft. Lauderdale who By Popular Demand of
tition is stiff in the Carrihbean on Oct. 7, I960.' Nigeria
heard the call and answered.
and U.S. Airlines so that it had an area of 373,000 square Daughters, "talked THE FABULOUS . .
less productive flight schedules and a population of 35,000- you really
shop" for tickets soldto
She is rich in oil, iron, many were
lines in Latin America to do these not in attendance, but
rubber
and
cocoa
ance and engine overhauling to had sowed good seed; did a golden ChickieHome
labor costs. deed.

Effective October 31 the parties are slugging it out. For many perhaps this was
about 250 employees. thing is certain both want the beginning of a season of fun,
Negro vote That's how im- I frolic and fellowship1. Then, pass
it
!
vote on
your is, but this
TRAGEDY ON is not really known to most Gratefully,

Next door to the Miami If you are registered, Temple 769's Committee
Store which rever you are, cast your vote
Community Drug'
1 it is at all possible. In this EXPERT CHILD CAREIn
The location is 68th street at you are the As ,Madame
equal of any-
at closing time on Sunday else, including President Richmond Heights Effie ThrockbottomPlus

break there were crowds He has only one And Perrine Area
quiet. You have one vote also. NO
The front doors of the But we make the Clean, DAY AND NIGHT an

in and a 1956 Pontiac and its president by not will casting cast his ours.vote Expert Wholesome Christian Supervision Surrounding ALLSTARSHOW

the store. ]* he is ill. Let's 'be equal 14200 Graves Drive
The police took over and him in this one respect. Richmond
removed from the 35 foot I Heights, Fla.

Luckily for the man, Birmingham., two min- Phone CE 5.4606 Special Feature
and was taken to the hospital and 12 men arrested !be- Mrs, Olive Ware. -1
shock. they tried to sit where Supervisor The Mysterious

Kendall, when he drove

strangled to death his estr Broken Glass ActShows.'Presented
on the floor of her"bedroom Stores For Rent

A 3-year-old daughter by a

screaming while this brutal 35 x 65-Located
It appears that Kendall at 75th St. & 22nd Ave. Thur. Fri. SaL Sun.

when he drove into the store, SUITABLE FOR POOL ROOM RESTAURANT Ladies FREEThunday

than The$10,000.dlamage to the drug LOAN AGENCY DENTIST'S FURNITURE DOCTOR'S' AND Nite

Kendall will be charged OFFICES
Wonderful And Until
Opportunity Spacious Parking '

Call Mr. Sloban PL 10 p.m. Friday
1-2663
NOW BUILDING FOR Beautiful Chorus Girls

Large 5 & 4' mmmmmmm AT THE

MODERN MHMBOBBnHMnaHnMi


With Florida Nightingale JIMJAM

BEATIFUL.GOLDEN. Announces CollegeProudly



A Planned School for
Cooking (Domestic
In Fast Growing Science)
THE
$1,500 SOUTH NEEDS GOOD COOKS
'EVENING
CLASSES WILL START CLUB
Call or write:

Golden Heights MONDAY, NOV. 10 1900 N.W. nth St.

1600 N.W. 24th Terr., REGISTER NOW
Phone LU c. W. PRYOR, Manager Phone PL 9-8651

I 265 N.W. Sth Street FR 3-1578 TABLES FREE

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Omega's PlanAchievement THE. MIAMI TIMES"The .P.opleo' Newspaper"SATURDAY
., I

WeekThe I NOVEMBER, 1,..:1958 ," *' PAGE..S i \

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Sigma Alpha:>> Chapter, of Citi1t.
he Omega Psi Phi Fraternityhas Ex-Miamian Named Board 11, New York : -
son is also president of PS 125
completed plans for the Observance -
of its annual Achievement to N.Y. SchoojfBoard PTA. He is married to the former
Week program The date Virginia Sweeting of Miami.
-vU. be Sunday Nov. 9, at tae James L. Hudson, son of Mr. They both are graduates of
Mt. Zion Baptist Church. This Charles Hudson of 1918 NW Booker T. Washington of Miami
year the fraternal group will 70th st.,. was recently i sworn in but have lived in New York for S
as a member of Local School the past 20( years. o
have its program in conjunctionwith /
the regular morning services .r ,,, __",.i.aa1t, _
'-T T .II
: of the, :Mt. Zion Baptist M
li u e ,j ii Ii Church 1'"
.x The theme, "Moral and Spiritual
P
Values, America's Greatest Re-opening Under
Needs," will be injected in the
..IS sermon delivered by the Rev.
Edward T. Graham. Original Management
All Greeks and friends ol
Omega are requested to plan attending .
this wonderful service.

--_._. Plenty JobOpenings FLAMINGO

KAPPAS KOSTUME BALL
SCENE Pictured It a group HereThe
who attended last year' Kappa'a Ebony Fashion Fair SNACK SHOP
Koctume 'Ball. This year, the Greater :Miami Unbar: ,
Makes
Miami Alumni Chapter of Kappa it DebutDon't League announces job opportun.
Alpha Ptl Fraternity It present tiles for the following positions
Ing Its third Kappa Kostume Ball forget to see "Ebon Maintenance repairman plumb. '
on Friday 'night Nov. 7 at 10 Fashion Fair" model group bj er, key punch operator I, main- 421 N. W. 20th St.
o'clock at the Harlem Square Gamma Zeta Omega Chapter ol tenance repairman: photographic
Ballroom. The Kappas ,are gll"I'' Alpha Kappa Sorority, Wednesday equipment specialist, GS 11,
all-out to make this year's ball evening, Nov. 12 at Dad e telegraphic typewriter operator FOOD PRICES SMASHED
the greatest in the history of the County Auditorium* 8 o'clock. GS 3 and 4, clerk stenographer I,

events. Special prizes will be This will be a night you will I Clerk II, stores clerk I, auditorI WAR ON FOOD' PRICESA
awarded for the most attractive always remember because of Its electrician zoning inspector,
koat me.. Tickets for the ball are breath taking fashions exquisite prison guard scalesman, engine-
now on sale, 'at the Economy and vibrant new Fall colors man (aqueduct) englneman COMPLETE BREAKFAST
Drug Store, 1101 NW 3rd ave. which give that elegant look that (power plant).
smartest women date on. For detail information regarding 2 Eggs, Ila con, Grits or
Father Clarke This much talked about group the above. jobs contact 11.
has made magnificent and luxuries Allen Wheatley Jr., of the Greater Potatoes, Biscuits and jelly............... 434
Celebrates 2ndAnniversary selections In fabulous :Miami Urban League, locatedat Tax Incl.
colors and styles to show especially 395 NW 1st at or call FR
to fashion minded Miamians.You 16476. 0
can't afford to miss the
will The celebrate Rev. Elisha his S.second Clarke anni-Jr, first and only chance to see this Tickets on Sale for WE DO CATERING BUSINESS
around the world
versary as vicar of the Churchof Adult tickets are group.$3.00 which Brown-Busso TV Satisfaction Guaranteed I
and priest In
the Incarnation include admission and a year'ssubscription ,
charge of St. Anne's Hallandale to Ebony Magazine.I ScrapDr. 1e
on Sunday, Nov. 2. Since Father Student tickets are $2.00 which
church I. P. Davis has been ticket
Clarke has been vicar, the will include admission and six I
a
has made many Improvements. chairman for the Nov. 5 Variety
One of the most outstanding Improvements months Get subscription tickets now to Ebony.from Children's Hospital fight show at We specialize in Take Out Box Service, including
your
was ,the purchasingof member of the sorority. The any Miami Beach Exhibition hall Jumbo "pink" Shrimp Chicken Fish with tartar
new church and property, Lightweight champion Joe Brown
a Economy Drug Store will be
which is located at 1835 NW 84th I of the special ticket centers one beginning tangles with No. 6 contender Sauce Cole Slaw French Fries and Buns
Johnny Busso in the main event
St. Nov. 8. ASK FOR IT-WE, HAVE IT
Under Father Clarke's admin Will be seeing you at AKA's Tickets will be on sale at the'
istration the membership total Ebony Fashion Fair come Nov. Harlem Square night club. or
has grown from 313 to .444. 12. Dr. Davis may be contacted at 0
1036 NW 2nd ave.
Father Clarke completed his
educational training at the following Personal MentionThe OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAYMon.

schools: The former Industrial Rev IIi. W. Moss, pastor of ly. They were honored with a Thru !Thur. 5:30: '.m. to 12 Mldnlte
high school West Palm New Mt. Zion Baptist Church, dinner in the :Morgan Hall dining
Fri., Sat., Sun. 5:30: .' to 2
St. Augus .m. a.m.
Beach AJB. degree,
; Homestead, returned last week room on the campus on Oct. 15.
tine's College; B. D., the former from his vacation In Nassau, Dr O. W. Eagleson, dean of instruction -
Bishop Payne Dvlnlty School, where he visited relatives and presided. Mrs. Irene Arthur King, Owner
Virginia, now the Episcopal Theological friends. Asbury, dean of women, made
Seminary. the arrangement for the dinner

Father Clarke Is a board (Mrs. I. G. Pratt was called to and was principal speaker.
member of the James E. Scott New York City more than A -
Community Association and a week ago to be at the bedside -
member of the Alpha Phi Alpha .of a daughter who Is seriously ill.


Fraternity There will. be solemn High I Miami Mica was Elizabeth among McDou&le the ten stu-oi I NOW RENTING!

Mass and sermon at the 11 a.m. dents on the sophomore honor :
service; at 7:30: pjn. Solemn roll for the second semester at
Evinsong with procession and Spelman College, Atlanta, recent-
Benediction of the Blessed Sac-


rament. J. B. SMITH I Miami's Most Desirable Apfs. '

ANNUAL! TEA, I
.. ELECTRICSERVICE
The Auxiliary Board No. 2 of
Greater Bethel AME: Church FLORAL PARK VILLASFor

cordially its invites Eighth the Annual public to Tea attend -, Electrical Contractor

Sunday afternoon, Nov. 9, In the HOUSEWIRING"Don't
Dixie Park Auditorium, 340 NW
13th it, 4 to 6 o'clock. cuss Call us" The Discriminating Tenant1Bedroom

Guest artist will be Mrs. PHONE NE 5-3058

bara Kees. Mrs Jessie Bar-I Night or Day'UPHOLSTERY Units

president Ipastor., and' Rev. S. A. N8 II I 48 I we


I Completely Furnished s Adequate 'Parking Area

; '.
e Beautifully Landscaped o Large Spacious Rooms

3 DAY DELIVERY *FREE ESTIMATE
1. Free Pickup and Delivery o' All ''One-Story BuildingsJUST

2. Framee' reglued A 'r-dowII.d l CHA fR' 1 I > ." I
S. Broken Spring Replaced THE THING FOR BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL PEOPLE
and tI
4. Add new webbing, filling :

5. Add springs' new cotton and mos $2900 SORRY NO CHILDREN N I

filling
6. Cushion reflllsd I
7. Frames rspolWisd $100 Month ; $100 Security Deposit I
8. Many samples of every quality EasyPaymsnt Sofas ,
and price HOMES HOTELS *
MOTELS $1.25 Wkly $50.00 I FORj FURTHER NFORMATION . '-
9. Includes all labor and mat.rlaliSLIP
COVERS, 2-piece set incL material $47.50 Call CHAS. H. PYKE, Realtor I

DALTON UPHOLSTERY SHOP ,

3671 N.W. 7th SL DAILY'pi. NE QO/JQC I 3' .. ,PLaza 7-8152 ; ,.
.Distance no Object ,,'I ", I ,
Workmanahlp.au"d'. ... ,8."VriIvtiiliig. . *., UN. 6'4811a I ,
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PAGE 6 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1958 I CROSS TO COMMUNITY



ENROLLThroughout U DRUG STORECOR.

Expect Your United Dade County from

November 1 through the 15th,
private and N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St.
children in public,
school will be enrolling -
parochial
fund Worker Sunday in the American Junior Red PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED

Cross, eager to participate in the
many faceted programs locally. Cut Rate Drugs Free Delivery

With the early morning ser- COSMETICS GIFTS HOSIERY FOUNTAIN SERVICE
mons of clergymen throughoutDade "We expect a bigger than ever
A CAt DAR OF County jceynoting their enrollment this year, "Mr. W. W. I'' SEALTE8T ICE CREAM-MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT BILLS

drive, an army of 15,000 women Mathews, assistant superintendent -
1.7515
volunteers will invade all cor- of Dade County schools and PHONE OXford
feet
and g ners of the community this Sun- chairman of enrollment said. C. M. JOLLIVETTE SR., Prop
day In the house-to-house phaseof "The program," he explained,

Opinion }IiSecretary the United Fund campaign for I "is designed to encourage young .'T ' T
the support of 55 health, welfare people to express themselves
and community agencies. through activities which will not
r only add to their educational
For FREE Pick-up and
These women of the Metropolitan ,
growth, but will give them the s
Division are responsible for Delivery Service on
of the Interior Sea- vision to make theirs a better w
ton says: "In the years ahead $400,000 of the Fund's $3,457,000 community, nation and world. Prescriptions

more dams must be !built, and goal. .Our junior Red Cross gift-boxes-
they will be; more water must The clergy throughout the to-foreign lands, our "school m SERVICE
be impounded, and it will 'be; county will cooperate with the I supply" chests (sent to schoolsin
more acres must be put under Fund's volunteers by delivering other parts of the world), and DRUG STORE

irrigation, and they will be . sermons related to the Fund. our world-wide correspondenceamong ; "Prescription Compounding
And the greater the measure of They will ask parishioners to students, combine to make % ; Specialists"
non-Federal, the this the single effort to-
co-operation, give generously to the Fund rep- greatest 11
more local and state and non- resentative who calls at their word world understanding and Sundries Gifts
pubic] organizations which con- home. peace being made among young -
tinue to get into harness and Americans today." Patent Medicines
help pull the load, the better and The volunteer block workers,
faster that job will be doneThat's according to Mrs. Fred Ravlln, Mrs. A. J. Curry is this year'schairman Greeting Cards

just iplain sense! In reclamation division chairman, will solicit Volunteer of Committee the Junior, Red and Cross Dr. --...--. ._,.. 1240 N.W. 3rd Ave.
as in recreation, the gifts and pledges of money from
Federal government cannot and more than 300,000 households in Roy DeVore is serving as co- SIDNEY T. COX

should not bear the whole load. the county "Every home in Dade chairman. Registered Pharmacist Phone FRanklin 3-2932

In the first place, it is a ''hod too must ,be solicited if the divisionis = ."' ,.,. --
heavy for one branch of govern- to meet its goal," she said. Advertisement -
mqnt. Second, wherever Unce .N-
I The Metropolitan Division's Famous Prophet
Sam's dollars go, his control fol
lows . first report meeting will be held Who Has Helped OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
Nov. 6 at Dinner Key Auditor-
ium. Captains who report they Thousands
SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
I
(Economic ,Intelligence'points have gone over the top will be
out that an annual increase of presented with awards at that Consulted by PSYCHIC READERLet
only one percent in (prices means time. people from all
cutting the value of the dollarin I over the United
half in 70 years. A 2 percent In an llth hour appeal for vol- States and
annual increase cuts it half in unteers, Mrs. Ravlin said, "We Overseas. At'
35 years. And a three l percent still need many workers. It is ,, tracted nation-
increase does the damage in 25 not yet too late for interested wide focus and
years. women to call Metropolitan division attention o n
at the Fund's headquarters \ : the "Meet the
at 395 NW First st., FRanklin 1 Press" TV Pro-
Fortune anticipates that gross 7-2501." gram of Sept
farm 'income this year will be 30. 1956. Authorof
$37.7 billion a jump of eight worldshaking -

percent over last year. Produc- resold it to another predictions
government
tion costs are rising only halfas agency for $60 a ton.. proven( so true,
< much, so net income is due
to increase 8 percent, from $10.8 Doc Anderson says he has every
A recent finds
survey that
billion to $12.7 billion. reason to believe that throughoutthe
newspaper readers would like year, he has saved thousands
more scientific news, including
This of marriages and engagementsfrom
country really has a
medical news. Two-thirds of
sweet breaking up. lie will solve
tooth. and
Candy gum those polled sad they would will
your problems and show you the
sales by the food chains alone are my years of Experience
guide and Life
ingly give up some other kindsof road to success and happiness, as protect you through
expected to reach 1958 total ol
a news to make this expanded ae a Lighthouse guides the In
$393 million. he has done for so many others. ship a storm
coverage possible lIe can do any kind of special
work you want done and tell you WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME
The two-cent daily newspaper I :Senator Byrd :points out that your deepest secrets without you For Success in Business And Love
used to be common in this coun- !at the current spending level, the saying a word or no charge CONSULT
try, 'but now it has gone with I Federal government will pour made. He has been written up in HER -
the wind. The last of these pap- out $400 (Ibillion in the next five many large magazines and news- 0 You can now have your home made happy

ers, the Hanover, Pa., Evening years, and that the deficit will papers for his wonderful workIn Get ant?! Hold the position you so long wanted
Sun has raised its {prices to five reach at least $350 billion. He putting people on the way to Don't Stay in the rut, get out now
help God she
can ,only stimulate ter- One Fortune-Teller who believes can help you
rible inflation . In the virtue of truth sin-
National Review reports on cerity. and Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in
government in business: "Whileone
military service was buyingsun In the view of President William Doc's successfully figured trouble

glasses for $5 a pair, another A. McDonnell of the Cham-I I HAND a curio symbolizing It will pay you to call and see this Gifted Medium First
was selling them as surplusat ber of Commerce of the United the helping HAND which s 9
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have sold rice, for export, at $40a gress should 'be the passage< of I $4.00 plus Gt postage or $4.00 WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPY
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graduate nurses 'pictured here 1 r
with Mrs. Helen S, Morse, sec
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from the U. S. Public Health I-George Roberts was acquittedof guilty to over 100 counts of

Service. manslaughter by a Supreme I falsification and. stealing duringthe
Shown left to right, are Mrs. II Court jury oa Oct. 10. He was I two years he was commis-
Dorothy Harris of Reddiok, Fit. charged with the death of New- : sioner of the district.
Mrs. Morse, Mrs. Lula Allen, land Rolle on July 20. The jury
Jacksonville and I reached a verdict (by a vote of Miss Dianne Pmder and Herbert
Fla. Mrs. Ruth.
Durham. 9-3 in 22 minutes. The lion Dean were married on Sun-
Amey,
)Eugene Dupuch represented day at 6 am. at St. Aslem's
Cash grants are made availableby Roberts. Church, Fox Hill by the Rev tLJ 'jjI
USPH and administered thru Frederick _Frey, OSB.

Department and Welfare.of Health, Education, The number of visitors to Nas (Miss De Francis will be ,,
sau this September was 8,250.
married to Carl Ingraham on :
NCC graduate nurses may pur- Last year for the same monthIt Oct. 25 at 5 pan at St. Agnes chenI qw
was 10,300. Most people are
sue one year program for cer- Church The Rev. John Taylor
tificate or stay on for two years not altogether concerned about will officiate ,
and receive BSPHN degree the decrease as they think a con- s
vention last year made a big The Rev Dudley Strachan is
Pre-bachelors' scholarships, difference. preparing for his exam prior to
with cash awards for tuition his ordination to the priesthoodin : ;: : jII1! .
books, travel, field work, and Oharles Moncur and Rudolph the near future
aid for dependents are aimed to Weatherburn were slightly injured ,
ease naion-wide nursing shortage on Oct. 11 when the station Please remember the Bahamas .s
wagon iti hich they were Brotherhood Christmas Treat on pi
riding ran off the road near the Christmas Day Gifts, small or !:* s
Nearly $40,000 in scholarship Cinema Theatre and hit a great would be appreciated by .1
and. has been made available toNCCs
treated at the
house. They were the president? C. 11. Reeves.
department in the past Princess Margaret Hospital The
four years. vehicle and the house were dam The Bahaanas Industrial Life z3y-5che J MYk

NCC instructional personneland aged. and Health Insurance Co. and al *
./the Community Life Insurance
personnel from University of
North Carolina and other state The Chief Justice has set No- Co. have completed plans to construct : 6 11fd
health agencies guide NCCs vember 19 as the date for the a three-story building on / &J'M"2
program on cooperative /basis. trial of Randal! Fawkes. It will East Street South. U. J. Morti- J!
be a special session of the Supreme mer is ,president of the Industrial!
Court with the same jury Life and Charles Rodriguez, \5uawjjinel in me xll, &... (
HARLEM SQUARE panel. Mr. Fawkes, who is president of the Community.
charged with sedition, will then
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8 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1958 DORSEY

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Along Freedom's RoadBy NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.

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RUTH PERRY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

. .1 1111"1' .1 " 1 . . .

W. C. Patton, former field to the development of this coun-
secretary of the State of Alabama try and its culture." By the same ERICH MARIA MARQUES

and now a roving NAACP representative token, Mrs. Lampkin said that r
throughout the entire White people need to abide by
South, is In Miami at presentto the teachings of their religious
set up a fall membershipdrive faith which assert the brother-

for this area. Mr. Patton hood of man and fatherhood of wtz JOHN GAVIN LILO PULVERasGrrintJOCK
has had a great deal of experi- God. If the churches and syna- DON ti FORE KEENAN WYNN *
MAHONEY*
ence with membership campaigns gogues were populated by people
and has also been very successful who really believe what they I
in conducting voterregistration reach, then the greatest force
drives in various sections of for integration would be the
the South. Both of the areas- moral force of the many religious
memberihi'p in the NAACP and groups. .
registration and voting of Negroes FLORIDA STATECONFE.RENCE
are vital in the Fight for
freedom. These goals cannot' be
reached easily and concerted effort It was my unfortunate exper- ATTY. EDWIN L. DAVIS I
ience that because of pressure of R{ '
ClNtaawSeoPE
is for ultimate Branchof EOL
necessary The Dorsey Memorial ,
work, I was unable to attend the
victory., 19th Annual Convention of the the Miami Public Library will MAHONEY'GIIBERTROLAND
MR. ROY WILKINS Florida State Conference of hold its sixth annual open house s-SJOCK ,

Roy Wilkins, unanimously Branches of the NAACP. The celebrating Tuesday,National Nov. 4 at Book 8 p.m.Weekon LINDA CRISTAl mm FRANZ IORNE GREENET ..
named executive secretary of meeting was held in Daytona WL BENTON REID AUNNEt AiInTttMTIONILP6TVSUNDAY
Davis
Atty Edwin L. guest
Beach this and from all reports -
Directors year
the NAACP by the Board of "The Southern -
will discuss
speaker
,
after the death of Walter it was one of the best ever Dobbs.
James
White in 1955, will be in Miami held, and very well attended. Mr. Davis Heritage", a graduate by of the law MONDAY TUESDAY
addressa This would indicate to me that
to
ot November
the last
school of Western Reserve University
Floridians not about to b
are !
in Greater
mass meeting civic and LOVE-TYPHOON
is active in A
intimidated and repressed it
AME Church. This meet-
Bethel
social affairs of the community
ing will coincide with the end of this state, and that Negroes arc Other Items on the program SWEEPS THE SCREEN !Ir I--
working with determination and
the membership drive in this will include recorded music and .
area, and U is anticipated that a courage in the Fight for Free- presentation of latest library
dom to achieve their
goals.
large crowd will be in attendance.In holdings.
Virgil D. Hawkins was honoredat
that Mr. Wilkins
the years Patrons in attendance will be
the Convention and
rightlyso
has been' a leader In the Fight entertained by the Friendship
because it was he who
open-
for Freedom, the Association hat
Garden and Civic Club. Mrs. Ann
pursued Its goal of "Free by 63' higher ed the education.way fox Without integration his in 9 Coleman, president of the club,
and
setbacks violence
despite is 1 the official hostess.
year fight, Negroes would not!
{Intimidation of NAACP members
be The library, located at 100 NW
now attending the Universityof
in the south. Newly-enacted repressive 17th st, is open Monday through
Florida. We commend and '
legislation in several honor Friday frcm 9 am to 6 p.mAll .
Mr. Hawkins for his 77g
Southern states has only found I stand.I programs are free and 4
Mr. Wilkins and the national office courageous -
open to the Wuibic.Extravaganza]
understand that the Miami
of the NAACP more determined '
than ever to reach Branch and its officers were hon- 42t.
ored at the convention In .c
with
'
their goal. It is this man of
J TECHNICOLOR
courage and able leadership who awards in recognition of service I FashionsYou

will speak in this area for the and outstanding activity in the '

first time. All those Interested of in field very of prond civil of rights.such All recognitionand of us are are invited to begin your HITTING THE SCREEN;WITH IRRESISTIBLE
civil rights and the equality
fall winter
and Sunday afternoons -
I believe I can speak for all
all American citizens under the
FORCE!
of us when I say that our efforts by attending an extravaganza .. ,
,
will welcome
Constitution ''' :
U. S. ; __ 4 : y '*
this opportunity to hear Mr. will be redoubled in our mutual in fashions featuring thi h41 ".",_."",, '" l'tI.' ... .N .
column for fight for first-class citizenship stylish stout and others, Sunday, ., ,
Wilkins. Watch this for all Americans. We are proudto Nov. 2, from 3:30: to 6:30: at ,< COLUMBIA PICTURES praunU i -"" Y';

further announcements. I be Americans, and proud to Georgette', Tea Room: 2540 NW A WARWICK PRODUCTION
INTEGRATION SEEN be working for our country's 31st st. Donation and registra-
AS CHALLENGEThe ,betterment.In tion at the door. Entertainmentand VICTOR LEO . .

challenge of Integration passing, I often think thatit refreshments. Proceeds will MATURE -GENN
places certain responsibilitiesupon is a sad commentary on o u r go to St. James Nursery. k ,
both Negroes and white civilization that we've learned to Mrs. Edna Owens, .'

persons, Mrs. Daisy E. Lampkins. smash the atom, but have not ohairmsn:! TAN
member of the board of direc- learned how to smash .prejudice. Mrs. Georgia Scott Campbell, K -
tors of the National Associationfor co-chairman
the Advancement of Colored Rev. A. J. Reddick, pastor S FORCE! SLUCIANA
Heroines
People, declared in an address Weight Nl Cln.rrmScop

before the New Rochelle, N.Y., Party Successful PALUZZI TECHNICOLOR*
NAACP branch. NI s new .
Gethsomane Court No. 338 firebrand'' . With ANTHONY NEWLEY BONAR COUEANO ANNE AUBREY
"No man is ready to meet the i ,
challenge of integration unless he I takes this method in thanking its BUNCHETHEATRE
is certain that he and his people many members and friends for WED. THURS.
OPA LOCKA FRI., SAT.Overwhelming .
have earned their place In an the cooperation shown duringits
integrated society. And the Ne- Weight Party given at the Tel. NA 1.7322

gro has earned his (place.Living home of Mrs. Bertha Sands, 421 SUN., MON., TUES.
in an integrated society $is his NW, 6th St., Oct. 25. '
right; it Is not a privilege extended Mrs. Mattie Jones presided at Randolph Scott In Over
o a
<
to him by others!':'n Mrs. the barbecue grill and Mrs "DECISION ATSUNDOWN" 3 years {t*, the ,4'i' {
On WANTS
Lampkins continued: "Negro Bertha Haywood played a dom-
children need to be taught the inant part in soliciting dinners. on the stageTHE /;/ screen!!! 4io 4 1caaacra
'v
Plus I
history of the race so that they Everyone expressed having hada ,'f'
may be proud of their heritage. wonderful time. James Garner In
They need to know about' the Heroine Serena Green, MAM "Darby's Rangers"
contributions the Negro has made Heroine Addle Pierce, Sec'y
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LUTHER KING by the Democratic Club of South Juvenile Lodge No. 81 will Beauticians Unit Ito. 36 Will
I Broward at the Carver Ranches have a Poet-Hallowe'en Party on have .Hallowe'en lawn party at
DENOUNCESARREST Broward Park Sunday, Nov. 2, from 4 to the Carver Ranches Park Sat- the home of Mr. and Mrs. waiter

OF County 6 p.m Candidates, all committees urday evening. All members are Bowe. All are invited. Fun. Re-
and precinct workers and asked to be present. Refreshments freshments will be served. .
MINISTERSBIRMINGHAM NewsBy other organizations are asked to will be served. Mrs. A.

Ala. Bir- .be present. Refreshments. I O. Henderson, conductress Drive Carefully.;,
Remember Tuesday is general) .t ,
"arrested three ,
mingham police election day. Please vote. C. W. L
ministers, followers ol the Rev. Smith, president.
Martin Luther King, on vagrancy Walter Bow FOR BETTER PICTURES . See
charges, Monday at the home
of a local leader who is in jail Clayton W. Smith, Democratic
Police Commissioner Eugene Ccmmitt man of Precinct 92, Johnson of Miami
said Birmingham "doe The Greater Ward' Chapel South Broward, celebrated his
Connor AME Church of Hallandale will
outside 65th birthday on Oct. 23. Thanksto
need any agitaors
not Dinners Parties Weddings Passports
-
end 54th Oct. 26 -
its anniversary
the
friends
coming into our city and dab- many for beautiful -
in our affairs." Women's Day will be observed, cards and gifts. Home Movies
bling Rev. D. A. Russell, pastor.An l
The Montgomery Negroes
Connor said, "are going to see The C.}. Chamber of Baby Pictures A Specialty {
afterHallowe'en for
what the inside of our Jail looks party Commerce will meet at the home
like." Juvenile Lodge No. 81 of the of E. K. Hardy, 5406 SW 20thSt. I 409 N.W. 17th Street FR 7-2294
Pall Bearers will be at
Those arrested were ArthurW. Lodge ., Monday evening, Nov. 3. All' 1
the home of Mrs. A. 0. Henderson -
Wilson, Solomon Seay and members are asked to be present "
3840 SW 25th St. Nov. 1
,
and
time. O'Neal
Hannibal Hubbard. All three on Johnson "11Io
from 5 to 6 This will be for
were identified by King, the p.m. president; E. I{. Hardy secretary'The "'-
the Juvenile only. We are open
'minister who has
Montgomery for members. Mrs. A. Hen-
new
just returned from New York C. W. H. Fire Chief, C. B. REDUCING
derson, conductress
where he was stabbed by ,a Blount, left last Friday by Eastern .
woman believed to be demented, Air Lines to attend the I
Airman Mark Chapman, Jr.
officers of his Montgomery funeral of his nl'phe"in Cran-
as Club
reported that he will be leaving The Easy Method Reducing
Improvement Association. berry, N.J. People of the com-
for Alaska Air Base about Oct.
They were seized at the ,homeof munity send their deepest
i 24, after spending three weeks'furlough srmI
I
the Rev. F. Shuttlesworth, pathy. WILL ACCEPT NEW MEMBERS ON THE
local integration leader who CHRISTMAS REDUCING PLAN UNTIL NOV. 10
with 13 followers was to be The Gates and CALL
James Manning celebrated his Pearly South. FOR INFORMATION
sentenced Monday night on mis-
birthday on Monday night at his ern Travelers will appear againat
demeanor charges growing out home in Dania with his family. New Macedonia Baptist NA 1-0470 or OX 1-9710
of an attempt to ride city buseson Church, 48th ave. and 22nd ave.,

an integrated basis. I I A lawn party will be sponsored I I Saturday nijht. 1rMI1M
The Montgomery men were

talking with about 18 local Ne- -. -.
groes at the Shuttlesworth home -

when they were arrested and ----eewlier : 11
station ------- aI .
taken to the 'police -- ---- '\
where they were held for inves
tigation. None of the Birmingham -
Negroes was picked up: EXCLUSIVE : "
The Rev. King denounced the ,
arrests as a "new low in the ,

tactics that some southerners are ----- .
I
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willing to use to maintain the tr...-----------. ----- '
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system of segregation. ."
"If the people of good will,
both Negro and White, will not ,
take a stand against these Ges-

tapo-like tactics,, our Southlandwill
be plunged into a state 01.. FIRST-TIME OFFER I IMAHALIA
Fascism the like the world hay

never known," King said.
Beyond this, I call upon the
Negroes to remain non-violent
and calm"
King said he authorized the
three ministers to go to Birmingham -
"simply to express our
concern over the fact membersof
our race were arrested there
and not allowed out on bond."I .

could not go myself and ankh .. ::,,
;
there men, pastors of our largest "7',
churches in Montgomery, went VDIIHt
w
lslt
o
to see if there was anything we ,, JACKSON
could do in this hour since the
struggle is a mutual one."


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TIMES-"The LEGION HOSTS Recently organized Post 274 ol
MIAMI Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE I ROBESON Marathon, was welcomed to the

10 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1958Richmond ENDORSESBEN MIDWINTERCONFERENCE 10th) Division, 11th District.A .
30-mlnute lunch recess was
DAVIS called at 2:30 p.m.

I'I EI! ED IIIliii5iil!=iUl: I!. Paul' Robeson's endorsement of On Sunday Oct. Ifi, John Grif- Many of the delegates expressed -
Ben Davis' candidacy for State fin Post 165 was host for the their enjoyment of a mag-
the 21st Senatorial American Legion Mid-winter nificently planned luncheon and
Senate in
Heights FlashesBy Conference. served by Mrs. Wright and co-
District in New York City was
workers of the cafeteria.COMMUNITY .
announced by the Campaign John Griffin Post and Auxiliary
Committee of the People's with many of the delegatesto
D. TALYOR
ORA
Rights Party. Mr. Robeson said: the conference took an active
'i11Eiiii111i1!! 1 rEliEiiJ! C'IIIEJ!' ! nmerr! "Many of the advances In New part in the 9:30: morning ser-

INSPIRATION One of my York City were ushered in dur- vice at Pratt General, Veteran, I
favorite books in the Bible is the Newsman in AfricaClaude ing the period when my dear hospital in Coral Gables.
Book of Isaiah. A favorite verse friend, Ben, gave leadership as The delegates motorcaded to
from this Book says, "Thou wilt Councilman. A, the Negro people B. T. Washington High School,
keep Him in perfect peace, I fought for Congressman Powell meeting place for the conferenceThe
whose mind is stayed on thee. against the Party "machine" they meeting was called to order -
Bible reading, with daily prayersis will come to the aid of Davis. at 1 pan with the 10th Dis-
a fine way to keep our minds No finer person could they find trict Commander Charles Major,
stayed on Jesus. Church fellowship In Albany to represent them (presiding. Introduction of PostCommander 1
and stewardship is first. than Ben Davis. I send him my and president of thE
best wishe" auxiliaries was made by Com-
Treating our neighbors as we mander R. L. Clark. '
would ourselves is another way
Welcome addresses
were by
Being brothers' keeper; doing TB Story on TV past representative Comrade WITH

service to the hungry, naked, Miller and 10th District presi-
organs, widows, prisoners, poor The Dade County Tubercu- dent, Mrs. M. Carey. Solo by
in spirit, which have their re- losis Association; introduced its Child Welfare officer, F. Clifton. KanNl
much have first In series of seven educa-
ward. In as asw e a
Speakers were Mrs. M. E.'
done these to the least of our tional programs over WTHS, Pinto, Dade, County Service officer -
fellowman, we have done them channel 2, earlier this week. of Veteran Affairs.

unto Jesus. We must love and respect a Prominent physicians, nurses Chairman John Lee Reese : up
God first, then our neigh- and lay tuberculosis leaders will stressed the importance of a
bor as ourselves. be featured once weekly for the junior baseball team in every DRUGS
next six weeks beginning Nov. 4.
community helps overthrow delinquent -
WELCOME *- We join to- 6750 N.W. 15th Ave.
gether to extend welcome to The programs will be viewedat children.
these families we have moved 10 pjn. each Tuesday night
into our beautiful community from Nov. 4 through Dec. 9 over --

Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Rouse and o x channel 2. AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCEPay
family from Chicago Dr. W.WashingtonMr.andMrs..
;
The series is designed to tell
A. Barnett, director of the story of Tuberculosis and to As You Ride . $12.00 Down k- and low
D. Williams and family, Mr. and
the Associated Negro Press In
in which the
present
pub-
ways weekly most policiesNO
Mrs. Leo Johnson and family, payments on
Chicago, who flew to Africa this lic can protect itself from the
Mr. and Mrs. John Bennett and
family.We week to renew contact and dl... disease, now claiming the life of I INTEREST OR CARRYING CHARGES
one Dade Countian each week.
hope will live long to cover new sources for news to II
you Schedule for the
enjoy your homes and will grow keep' pace of with African the rapid nations advancement In programs is as follows: upcoming I SERVICE FIRST fNi AGENCY

with your community. their surge toward Independance.Ten Tuesday, Nov. 4, 10 p.m. I

VISITOR CommissionerWeiss years ago, before Interest In History of Tuberculosis.I I 645 N.W. 36th Street PL 9-5284

visited our office last weekto Africa had become so general, Tuesday, Nov. 11, 10 ,p.m.> -
ANP pioneered In the gatheringand Finding and Diagnosising Tuber-
extend personal thanks for I OPEN SATURDAYS. UNTIL 3
the cooperation given him by I distribution of news con culosis. .
South Dade Voters League, and' cerning the Black continent. Bar Tuesday, Nov. 18, 10 p.m. -
nett will Treatment of Tuberculosis.
nuke an exhaustive
all who helped him to win. Our
League worked from South Mi- survey of West Africa on his Tuesday, Nov. 25, '10 pm. -
ami to Homestead. Special current trip and will be accompanied Rehabilitation of Tuberculosis

thanks to Dehle Ellis, Rev. R. by his son..In-law, Alvis patients.
Lee Tlnnln, candidate Tuesday Dec. 2 10
Hall of Perrine and Rev. Faysonof for his p.m.Roleof
Homestead for doctorate In French from Yale Community Agencies in Tuberculosis DOR-CHAInc.
working over
University, who will act a$ Interpreter Battle. I
the years and as well as others
In the French-speaking Tuesday, Dec. 9, 10 p.m. -
too numerous to mention.Mr. .
colonies. Today's Trends in Tuberculosis.jj'i .
Weiss is highly efficient\
and well seasoned for the job.
Real Estate RentalsN.W:2nd

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AME Church gave us honors on DON'T WAITfor -.-
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vices in the Home., Community
and Church," was highlightedwith % Bring In the children's school
Proverbs 31:1-3: as background \\ shoes NOW. Give us time to put them
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Social SecurityBy INDEPENDENCELONDON Britain Monday Available To Everyone .

agreed to grant full independence
to Nigeria Oct. 1
1960.
EDWARD P. BLONTSON ly earnings of $4,800 will be $127. Nigeria is Negro Africa's big- i
(Manager of the Miami (North) However, this maximum benefit gest nation, Britain's largest
Social Security District Office) cannot be reached for man y colonial holding and a near LOTS FOR SALE
neighbor
years. of independent Ghana,
Social security benefits are intended Along with the increase in first Negro Commonwealth mem- I
to replace in part loss of
benefits will come an increase in ber.The -j
Income brought about by the social security taxes. Beginning announcement was made
death, disability, or old-age retirement with January, employed after a month-long Nigerian con-
of the 'worker For this will have one-fourth of 1 persons percent stitutional conference at Lan- HOME OF YOUR CHOICEIN

reason, they are related to the additional taken out of their pay; caster House, where robed Nigerian -
average earnings of a worker in the tax rate will ,be 2% percent leaders have worked out -
employment or selfemploymentcovered each for employee and employer. the future of their country with
by the social securitylaw. The rate for self-employed people Colonial Secretary Alan Lennox-
Obviously, social security will go up from. 3 3-8 percent to Boyd. BeautifulRichmond
benefits are affected by changesin 334 percent on their 1959 net I Thus a land larger than Texas
the national economy Since earnings. The old rate, however, will join the nation that make up
the last benefit increase was will apply to self-employment the British Commonwealth. Nigeria -
put into effect in 1954, wages earnings for 1958 which must be will add to the roll of for-
have, increased by about 12 per- paid when income tax returnsare mer British possessions India, Heights
cent and prices by 8 !percent. filed early in 1959. Pakistan, Ceylon, Malaya, Ghana
Congress felt that adjustments in and Burma to receive inde-
the benefit scale were' in order In the first article of this seriesI pendence since the end of World Finest Communrty Living Especially For Children
and voted an across-the-board discussed briefly changes in War ILThe

increase in the amendments the disability provisions of the previous target date for RESIDENTIAL LOTS $1775 to $2950
which the President signed into social security law. In my next Nigerian Independence had been
law on August 28, 1958. These article I shall explain how these April 2, 1960. Reasonable Term
benefits become effective at the changes can mean payments to Nigeria, on the west coast of
beginning of 1959, and will be many people who could not Africa and in the tropics, has HOMES $8350 to $35,000
included in all benefit checks for qualify for benefits before the grown since Britain took full
January which will reach bene- law was amended. control in 1884 into a land of 35 FHA.VAConventionalfiCHMOND
ficiaries early in February. AsI million people. It covers 373,000
said in the first article in this BOOK WEEK t square 'miles. / HEIGHTS OFFICE ,
series, it is not necessary to Nigeria is a land of oil, iron,
visit your social security officeto FESTIVAL AT manganese and other raw ma-
apply for these increases. They terials. It grows cocoa, coffee, 14520 ,Lincoln Boulevard
will be made automatically.The rubber and groundnuts.
benefit Increases for retired LIBRARIESA Obafemi Swolowo, premier of Open Seven Days a Week
to 7 treat is in store for boys Western Nigeria, hailed the con-
workers amount about
levels and girls from 7-12 this November ference decision: O
the providedin
percent over
at the Dorsey Memorial Library "Rarely in the course of human -
the old law, with a minimum
increase of $3.00 in the benefits Branch of the Miami Pub- history has a, nation come Weekdays 9iOO a.m. to 8100 p.m.
lic at 100 to the eve of indopendce withouta
Library NW 17th stand
payable' to a retired worker who the Liberty Square Station shot being fired, without a Saturday and Sunday lOiOO a.m. to 7iOO p.m.
came on the rolls at or after age
at 6302 NW 14th drop of revolutionary blood being -
ave., accordingto
65. Slightly smaller increases O
I spilled, with
hardly word
Miss Helen Dorsett, branch a
will be shown on the (benefit spoken in "
checks of retired women workers librarian. The Book Week Fes- anger. Phone CEdar 56262Ask
who elected to retire at age tival which nationally lasts from

62 or at any age thereafter before November 3-8, has been extended Yvonne's fort .Mrs. Thelma Aranha, Mrs. Peterson or
in these branches to November Beauty
reaching age 65. Proportionate -
increases will be made in 26 so that all the childrenin Shop Mr. Ledford
benefits paid to beneficiaries who the community can celebrate
the survivorsof Book Week. Durng the day 1473 NW 70th St. ((1n rear)
are dependents or !
retired deceased workers.For school classes will visit the library 25 Years in Business
or
but on Saturday, Nov. 8 Ask about the anniversaryspecials --
retired male workers now the ,program will be open to the
getting benefits payments, the public. It will include 'Book Phone OX 1-0425-Eva Grant Our Classified Columns Get Fast Results!

monthly payments, beginningwith Talks with puppets Daniel Off on Tuesdays. indf ---=----
the payment for January, Boone, Miss Hickory and the .................._...........U..Un .uu._ hU ____ ____.__._._.._..._h..._.__...._.. __.._.. _.. _.._.. _.. __ _.. ___.. __
will range from $33 to $116, as Lad Who Went to the North ;; : : :: :: ;: :: :: : : :: ::rl: : : ;D ti s sa:as:cask ra ta&TCEASOR'S
compared with $30 to $108.50 I Wind.
under the old law. For women
workers now getting retirement i Children and parents are also I..
benefits the increased checks will invited to attend the Book Fairat I UNIVERSITYOF
range from $26.40 to $116 per the Main Library, 1 Biscayne 1
month. This slightly lower, min- Boulevard weekdays in the afternoon -
imum benefit is due to the fact and evening, on Satur-
that some women chose to retire day from 10 to 5:30 and Sunday
before age 65. from 1 to 6. One thousand especially COSMETOLOGYNNOUNCES
Another change in the law selected books for pre- r.1
will make possible larger maxi- school to teenage children are :.
mum benefits payments for many on display and librarian may be
people coming on the benefit rolls consulted about books for individual -
in the future. This will be due reading interests and for 5 z ITS
to the change in the so-called Christmas gifts. Gaily decorated ?I'j
"earnings base" on which pay- booths will feature such cate- a
ments are figured. Bight now, gories as science, sports, animals OPENING
GRAND
only earnings up to a total of other places-Other Peoplesand
$4,200 in a year can be creditedto Family Read-Aloud.
a worker's social security account x
; .beginning with 1959, Nationally known writers including j NOVEMBER 9th
Stoneman Doug-
earnings up to $4,800 in a year Marjory
will be credited to a social security las Brink, Jean will Lee be Latham on hand, and to Carol meet lI: THE MOST MODERN UNIVERSITY OF BEAUTY CULTURE
account. The largest year
will be credited to a social secUrity and talk with their readers. #lt I IN THE SOUTH
fExpore with l Books" at the
monthly benefit account.payable The to largest a retired Miami Public Library this November It t A 7 months course of study will be offered leading to 'iui

worker with average year- the senior certificate in cosmetology.

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CARDS -MEMORIALS I PAGE 12 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1958.1 Person family of of,1305 the 1!late W-fl9th. AlonzoC. at.

"d, rr+ take this method of thanking the
friends and neighbors of
many
__ 101I' Local NAACP DrivGetting' 69th >st, who were so kind durIng .
Thanks to AllI Message of ThanksThe our hours bereavement
Underwaycontinued
family of the late, DEATHS Thanks for your cards, letters,
would like to take this MRS SUSLE WILLIAMSwho ( from page 1)) telegrams) cars and other kind
method to thank all of my departed this life on Oct. 14 week. gestures of sympathy. Special
friends for cards and telegramsof wish to express thanks to the The Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastorof thanks to Rev. Washington and
sympathy in the death of my many neighbors and friends for Range . I Greater Bethel AME Churvh the members of St. Paul ChurcH,

father, the late Rev. John the flowers, cards, and tele- Mrs. Ruth Adderley Stuart of I and one of the most dynamicand and the M. S. Allen Funeral
Monroe of Summerton, S. C. grams, and a special thanks to I 2915 NW 49th terr. died at Jack- I militant religious leaders in
Special thanks to the membersof Rev. Will Carswell and membersof son ,Hospital on Oct. 24. She is the Miami area, will serve as Home.Mrs.. Essie M. Person, wife,
choir No. 2 and ushers of Mt. the Church of God. survived by her husband, Harold, general chairman of the cam And FamilyFRAME
Zion Baptist Church; the mem- Williams Family her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin paign. Rev. Cousin is widely

bers of Stewardess Board No. 2 Adderley, son, Harold, a sister, nand highly respected
and Ushers Board No. 3 of IN MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Willie Mae Franklin, two throughout the state. HOMES
Greater Bethel AME Church; grandmothers, ,aunts, uncles. Rev. Thedford Johnson, pastorof ,
Pall Bearers of Lodge No. 4 sad but loving memory of She is presently lying in reposeat St. John Baptist Church, and
MR. HENRY HEART 4 bedrooms 2 baths"Unfurnished
Thank you again. Rev. Edward T. Graham, -
the chapel, and will lie in repose pastorof 'i
who this life Oct.
departed on
Jack Monroe 7:30 Mt. Zion Baptist Church, will
at her home from : p.m.
30, 1955. Gone, but not forgotten.I .
.
on Friday evening until 1 p.m. serve as co-chairmen of tdl e '
CARD OF THANKSThe loved you but God loved you on Saturday. Services will be campaign. $300 down. $100 a month
best. He dear to
was so me.
Irene conducted at St. Mary's Wesleyan Rev Johnson is president of
family of the late, Methodist Church on Saturday, the Baptist, Ministers' Council and 2-bedroom
MRS. GEORGIA JONES beginning at 1 pjm. Burial will Rev. Graham Is president of the
who departed this life on Oct. 22, IN MEMORIAM be conducted at Lincoln. Interdenominational Ministerial $300 down $100 a month

1958 in Fort Gaines, Ga. wish to In remembrance of our dear Alliance.

thank the many friends for kind- nother, r j Mrs. Ruth McPhee Bailey of Mrs. Myrtle Davis, prominentcivic 3bedroom, hardwood floors
ness shown during its recent MADDIE HUDSONwho 2750 NW 48th st., died at Jack- and social worker and Mrs.
hour of bereavement. Thanks for departed this life Nov. 1, son Memorial Hospital on Oct. Ora D. Taylor, well known busIness tile bath
the flower, cards and telegrams. 1955. 1\ J 24. She is'survived by three sons, woman will also play Important -
Many thanks to George Wash- Come ye disconsolate, where ye a daughter, her .father, two sis- roles in the campaign.Also $500 down $100 a month

ington Funeral Home for its languished, earth has no sorrow ters, three brothers, an aunt. invited participate are
.patient and efficient services. that Heaven cannot bear. Funeral services were conducted another large group of citizens Chas. H. PyketEALTOR
Again thanks to everyone for She leaves to mourn: Thursday Oct. 30, at 3 p.m. who have supported the NAACP :
everything.Mrs. Marguerite Eady, daughter at Bethany Seventh Day Ad- throughout the years.
Ozzie Cheever John Austin (Power House) ventist Church. Burial was heldat Rev Cousin is asking for the PL 7-8151

And Family Hudson, son Lincoln Memorial Cemetery, complete support of the entire

i community. He hopes to make
IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn Donald Brownlee of 1520 NW this campaign the greatest in the
I 69th term died at Jackson on
history of the local organization.
i In sad but loving memory of loving .memory. of our dear Oct. 22. He is survived by Rls
our dear mother.

---_ .....__.__..__. sister,, I I mother, Mrs. Mary Brownlee, and FOR SALE
!,:.' r' i"7" .'" '' ; :;! a brother. Chapel: services were Mr. Pritchard is a member of BY SUMMONS3.bedroom
'
Ir r y. !",;fI,!{*;.;'f,,$., ',+II';:''>'''I'N.fllitI';' ; conducted on Oct. 29 with bur- the well known Rahming fam-
> : ial in Lincoln Memorial Ceme-
f ; ':' ;f : : tery. ily, owners of the Riahmings Cafeon : 1 bath home, beauty
. : : : NW 3rd ave. and 11th terr.
r fully landscaped. NW 60th St.

] Farley M. polk, 4-year-old son David Montgomery died at hi Very fine neighborhood. ;
of Mrs. Eva Jones of 2345 NW PRICE $11,000
,a home, 1446 NW 6th ct. on Oct.
I 'is 72nd st., died at Jackson on Oct. 29. Funeral services will be heldon $1500 down-Balance like rent
2G. Besides his mother he is survived Monday, Nov. 3 from Bethel
P Beautiful 2-bedroom home
on
by a sister and brother.
AME Church with Rev, Cousin
Chapel services were conducted corner lot In beautiful "Orchard
officiating. Mr.
Montgomeryleaves
j on Oct. 29. Burial in Lincoln. I I to two Villa section Near schools ana
s s4 mourn sons, a
water, street
transportation. City
daughter and wife, Allie. Ser-
I Mk Christina Rolle,2-year-old light, sldewalke. Completely fur.
vices to be conducted at 3 pm.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Levit- nished.
with burial in Lincoln Memorial.
I icus Rolle of 1336 NW 71st st., PRICE $13,000
died Jackson $2,500 first down
at Memorial Hos- Rdbert C. Beckhiam, 1663} payment
r pital four Balance like rent
''I 1 rR days following admis- :NW 6th place died on Oct. 27. .',
.. sion. Besides her parents she is Mr. Beckham was shipped to
hi K I survived by her grandparents. 2-bedroom stucco home on NW
Cuthbert, Ga., on Oct. 30 for
;
Services will be conducted on leaves 74th Terr. ''Near school and trans
burial. He a brother, Bob
Saturday, Nov. 1 at 1 p.m. at bie of this city and mother and portation. Full price ,47,950.
L4If.k: ;' AME Zion Church, located on other relatives. $750 down $65 month

ti'f'xr hro NW 5th &ave near 17th st. The STIiLLBORNS
-_-;... ..y, <<.. ,'_. .....1---;;., pastor, Rev. Ferguson will offi Infant girl Reed, daughter of bedroom stucco horns near
ciate. Burial in Lincoln.Richards.on NW 71 it at. Price $7,950.
MRS. MARGARET ,HOLMES Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Reed, 311
GLORTA ODESSA WILLIAMSwho $750 down
$70
month
who departed this life on Oct. 29, NW 10th st. Buried on Oct. 29.
195'1.
passed away Oct. 31, For these specials call
1957. Gone but not forgotten. that left its mooring . .
Like ship
a three day or night
There's Ernest Davis, months old
an open gate at the end And sailed bravely out to sea;
of the road Our dear sister has sailed awayin George Pritchard, 311 NW 11th son of Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt HI 4-2448 HI 6- 173
Through which each must go calm serenity, terr., died on Oct. 22. Funeral Davis Jr., 660 NW 14th it., Fla.
alone, cannot J But there's promise of greater services held on Saturday, Nov. City, died Oct. 28 at home. J
And there is a ,light we Than earth, could have in store 1 from the Ebenezer Methodist Funeral services to be conducted -
see, Church at 3 pm. Burial will be from the chapel on a date to
For God has planned richer Advertise
I Our Father claims his own. lifeBeyond .a in Evergreen Memorial Cemetery. be announced. It Pays! .

The FamilyMessage .. .. .. ..
the unseen shore]. "' "' "?;' " ";; " ';.e.;" ;!! '!!!" " "' ' tC; ::. ;:" ""..!;" -,,,
Gone, but not forgotten. ?-


K r family of of ThanksThe the late Francena Bernartica Williams Elaine Williams Mobley sister, I 1'[1j JI

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Special thanks to the Inter-; life'Oct.. 29


Ladies national their flowers.Employees Many numerous Auxiliary thanks Association, local to No.No.telegrams the 3 of 60 friends of; also Railway Miami.and the for:' who 1957.IN Mrs.departed May MEMORIAMIn Augusta she rest this Coban in peace., mother, 11J 1 1 222 N. W. 22nd Street I




Sincere thanks to the Range memory of our dear one, Llt RENTAL OFFICE AROUND CORNER

Funeral services and Home kind for consideration.Its efficient who passed GEORGE away REESE Oct. 28 JR., 1951. iJ: 2101 N.W. 3rd Ave., Apt. 4 I

Again thanks ,to everyone fox May he rest in peace. .
everything. . He l leaves to mourn his.loss: rJ Managed by Florida Realty 1099 N.W. Third Are.
!Mrs. Jessie E. Randolph, wile firs;'Nora Reese, mother
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ST.
I MATTHEW BAPTIST Sunlight Chatter Box Mae Eady and Mrs. Martha La
NOVEMBER.1, 1958 PAGE 13 I I Rev. N. F. Clark pastor Marr who were elected Hair
Rev. J. E. Monroe The Sunlight Bewuty: Culture Stylists for the month of October.
----- reporter School cordially invites you to There will be Open House to
BETHEL BAPTISTRev. I Pr. November 9 will be Woman's attend their Hair Style Review I the public during the week of
Cartwright to Day Bot St. Matthew's, and Mrs. and Fashion Show Friday, Oct. Nov. 10 to 14. We welcome you.
L R. Ross Pastor Speak at Mt. ZionDr. Maude Glass and other ladies 31 at 945; a.m.. to 12 p.m, Our Beauty Tip of The Week:
Sta. Nannette Heights crier have a great program planned guest will be song stylist Miss "Beauty aids, once considereda
Richmond Marguerite for your entertainment. Edna Jones of Miami. luxury, are now a necessity ,"
Cartwright, On our last Woman's Day 'Beginning Nov. 1 at Sunlight Delgretta Beecham, reporterSUFFERERS
representative of we
wonderful day the
We enjoyed .a American had difficulty in there will be postal exhibitions
Christian seating the
last Sunday beginning with Palestine Committee, of hair
guests; so styles. These exhibitions
we
Sunday School at 9:30: which wasconducted will speak at the Mt. Zion Bap jfgest that you the
are artistic and creative ideasof
come
toy the Supt. Bro. tist Church on Sunday, Nov. 9 only on time seat please.907. I The churchcan the students in an tmprovlsion ........ANDIl.,
4 know that
.
jm.She
Jones. Theme: "Choos.ing ;f
Claudius of
those who attended last year'scelebration the hair styles of leading
the RUM. The lesson was is Professor of Educationat will be there. fashion magazines.
beautifully reviewed by the Hunter's College, New York! Captains for the occasion We will soon be starting a tt TO*MVB Ht*aairrui,. i IVY \
pastor.At City, and writes a column for Mrs. Lillian Clark, Mrs. Genetta are weekly competition program; con- terra.,BCttM.fta,alaahOM m, P> Mc*.Aw1aiM ovm mat.,
the Pittsburgh Courier.CONGREGATIONAL. Benebv, Mrs. Agnes sisting of hair styles by the stu- ::.:acs? asuv ce sas &s.n.
morning worship Rev. .O. Cummabach .nc.G. Mc tow ooo.oa. .....'
A. ':Pratte:% of New York truly delivered and Mrs. Louise Moss. Mrs. Ar- dent stylists hair will stylists.be The student spa vac., oa.........,........ -1
lean competing for
Miller is music "2
; director
an informative message Mrs. ; the hair style of the week award. !
subject "The Depths of Things." The public is cordially invited Iva Rolle Francena are organists.Wallace and Mrs. This will be featured on Satur- !!sue 1:1I:
Scripture was reads. from 130 to worship with the us on Sun- Look days. { +r n b.s'w
Psalm. Rev. Pratte matriculatedat day, Nov. 3 at 5:30: pm. at the ments on for this further .announce- Congratulations to Mrs. Eva savor....._...........
the Baptist :Theological Sem- Seventh Day Adventist Schoolauditorium program.Women's I

inary, in Nashville, Tenn. 50th st. and 26th ave.
For evening our 'service was Day at I
REACTIVATION HEALTH CENTERHours
very high spiritually. Our pastor ST. MATTHEW FREEWILL Temple Baptist !
preached an inspiring sermon, : 10:00: a.m. to 10:00 p.m. By Appointment
"Deliverance from the power of 408 N.W. 21st Street Church
indwelling sin union with Christin Rev. J. B. Woodley, pastor I SERVICES:-Swedish Massages, Whirlpool Baths, Theraptutlo
death: and ressurrection. Bro. Nathaniel Thomas, reporter The women of Temple avery Baths, Colonlo Irrigations, Electronic Spot Reducing Electronic

Our juniors did a beautiful 'Sunday School was opened at good account of themselv'slon'SUnday I Facials, Facial Massages and Packs, Light Therapy, Toning ""

A job special in conducting thanks goes In: ,to tile Margaret service: *. 10 a.m. "Jesus by Deacon Sholwellsinging observance> in of the their second Women's annual I I'I Therapy'',' Rundowns, Rehabilitation Therapy, Mechanical Gym
Keep 'Me
Singleton who 'Js a part of the The Cross." Near, 4" Day. All the services were Im- Sue Harris, R.N., P.T., Director Willie C. Coffee, Masseurer
Junior Hospitality Committeefor pressive and marked with spi-
the wonderful welcome she .The 11 a.m. devotion was led ritual ardor. Phone FR 3-3381 276 N.W. 6th Street
to the visitors. Our juniorwas by Deacon Jenkins. A wonderful
gave Miss Marie Roberts, guest SUITE NO. 118 IN THE SIR JOHN +HOTEL
wonderful in Its singing, message was given by Rev.
speaker at the morning worship,
with< Mrs. Florence Amos at the Woodley. The No. 3 choir ren .
dered music.At gave a practical and challenging
organ. address to the congregation She

Mrs.. Greer,would, like to. thank 6 pjn. the YPCL was rill was introduced by Miss Enid i I .
ed to order by Sister Woodley Curtis. Observation made
the pastor, members and many was by 9 6 Sat. 9 to 1
Open Daily
friends for their thoughtfulnessand by singing, "Shine on Me." The Miss Cynthia Gordon. Mrs. Mary +a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m.

generosity" during her illness evening devotion was led by Owens, co-chairman, presided.
because through their prayers it Deacon Cooper. Rev. Woodleygave A capacity congregation was SEABOARD MEDICAL 'CENTER
another inspiring message. in attendance during the even
has enabled her to be and
up,
about. The No. 1 choir rendered music. ing. A special feature was the ALSO DENTAL SERVICE
Our doors and hearts are always I Let us remember the sick and I showing of the films, "The Woman -
open to visitors. those in need. at the Well," and "The ,
Master is Coming Today," MissD O
ST. MARY'S W. M. Hart operating the machine.,
Dr. Coffey The women's chprus, with Mrs. 2188 N.W. 7th Ave. Phone FR 3-2691
Mrs. S. Dawklns, reporterRev Vernell Strachan at the ,
Greater Bethel organ NEXT TO SEABOARD RAILWAY
)
E. A. Culmer, pastor sang beautifully both mornlnj (

Presiding Elder W. B. Coffeyof Sunday School began at the and evening. Chairman Miriam
Miami District ,held the 4th usual hour with John Dullard Hepburn was in charge.

quarterly conference on Monday: presiding and the teachers at The captains who labored
evening at Greater Bethel AME their posts. The lesson was reviewed faithfully to make the occasion
Church. The spiritual devotionswere by the pastor. such a success were: Mrs. MORTGAGE LOANSIN
led ,by Rev. Bradley, assistant The 11 ajn, service was in Agnes Burroughs, Mrs. Florence ,
pastor, assisted by Pas- charge of the pastor. He preached Hepburn, Mrs. Louise Moss, Mrs. I
tors F. Hiks and W. E. Taylor. from Acts 2nd chapter; theme, Blanche Hart, Mrs Hester A HURRY
Truly the Holy Spirit' "The Beginning of the Church. Campbell, Mrs. Matilda Hall
was C Prompt service day or night a lit and 2nd mortgage
there to bless this gathering.Rev. The message was very inspiringand Miss Elsie Douglas, Mrs. Augusta
Grace hi
I e Prepayment privilege In a period. every
touched. Mrs.
everyone was
Newbold, Mrs. Julia Dean,
Coffey, one of the most Lucille Milton offered a fervent Mrs. M. Norwood, Mrs. Mary every mortgage mortgage ,
sincere and spiritual leaders of prayer from her heart. No. 1 Owens and Rosa Lee Dclancy.
Professional Courteousand
Our Service Is
the ministry, presided with poise choir rendered music with Mrs. Mrs Campbell's group reported I ,
and dignity. IF. Higgs at the organ, and No. the highest amount, $200. All QUICK
All functioning boards, com 2 ushers served. of the captains worked hard and DADE-BROWARD MORTGAGESAND
mittees and auxiliaries made excellent The 7 p.m. devotion was led were congratulated by the chair-
reports of spiritual and' !by the pastor. He preached on I man and the pastor. The gross INVESTMENTSMiami
financial progress and grows. !the subject, "True Worship." amount reported was $1,493.57.Mrs. .
'Each fervently thanked and Everyone was blessed. Our famous Susan Hepburn and Mrs. FR 7-4312 Hollywood WA 37071Ft

commended the presiding elder Male Chorus rendered Florence Hepburn, two of the Lauderdale JA 3-2832
for excellent services and expressed music with their organist, Mrs. oldest members, were declared ASK FOR MR. KAPP
desire for their return H. Higgs, and No. 1 ushers serv 'Mothers for the Day," and were
to the church and district for an- ed.The graciously presented with flowers -
other year. pastor, officers and members by Mrs. B. Hart.
are praying for our sick thanks to
Many our patrons,
The reports,pointed up a con- members and others and wish advertisers and friends.
tinuity of effort and satisfaction' them all a speedy rerovery. First Sunday services will be
In serving God and humanity. funeral of Mrs. Ruth
The as usual. There will be baptism FALL SPECIALS
The annual conference con Stuart will be held at the church at 11 a.m.
venes in West Palm Beach at Saturday at 1p.m.. She was
Payne Chapel AME Church the the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Drive Carefully Cleaned
last week in November. Calvin Adderley AnPressed d
The presiding elder was high PANTS 450
ly pleased with progress made

cers and commended and the pastor offi- We've Got a New Number! 3 for $1
members for a unified -
program for ,God and the church.


SALTER'S CHAPEL OXford 1-0421 DRESSES f:2d:: 090

Rev. J. S. Blake, pastor :

"Fret not thyself because of
evil doers, neither be thou envious

against. the workers of Laundered
iniuity." .

usual Sunday hour School with the began superintendent at the- 6740 N.W. 15th AVENUE SHIRTS 5 for $100 ,

In charge and the teachersat
: their posts. The attendancewas ,
very large.
At 11 ajn the
message was
delivered by the Rev. C. H. Wilson FREE PLASTIC RAIN BONNETSWith

and was very much enjoyed. CHARLES' POULTRYAnd
The Junior choir and ushers Each $2.00 Order

rendered service. Fish Market

The ACE League met at 5:30:
PJna. with the president, Sister
Claudia Robinson, in charge. The Quality Live & Dressed Poultry SOUTHLANDCLEARERS
sermon for the evening was de-

livered by the Rev. A. Gallon, FRESH FISH DAILY i
fron
Roman 13; subject, "The
Higher Power." Choir No. 2 and
ushers No. 1 rendered service. Groceries Meats Fruits Fresh Vegetable
Members of choir No. 1 want
to thank their many friends for BEER AND WINE TO TAKE OUT
coming out at 4 pm and helping -

a Come success them and to make worship their with tea such us. 340 N.W. 16th Terr. Phone FR 4-1345 627 N. W. 2nd Avenue


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TRINITY WESLEYANRev. FIRST UNITARIAN"Why
I
George E. Johnson, pastor Do Men Hate?" will be
Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter the sermon topic of the Rev.
Sunday School................... 9 ajn. Glenn O. Canfield, minister of
Morning worship .................... 11::00 the First Unitarian Church,
Young People's Meeting 5 p.m. Dixie Highway at SW 29th Road,

PIme on Sunday, Nov. 2, 11 ajn.
GREATER NEW BETHELRev. Church School and the adult
forum meet at 10:30: and the
to UUtrdI W. K. Smith, pastor Liberal Religious Youth group
Mrs. R. Conley, clerk will meet that evening at 6:30:
at the church.
Presiding auxiliaries at Sun- /Mrs. Herbert Waihwright,
day morning's worship were the newly appointed chairman of the
male chorus, junior choir No. 2 Membership Committee, has
ST. FRANCIS XAVIERN.W. and senior choir No.1 and pre- called an organizational meetingof
siding at the evening session was her committee for Tuesday

4th Ave. and 16th Terr. senior choir No.2. evening, Nov. 4, 8:15: p.m.
I THE MIAMI TIMES The People New.paper"PAGE Phone FR 9-1424 "Prayer will change condI- Religious Education and the

JI4 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1958 Daily ...........MASSES....................... 8 a.m tions" was the sermon deliveredby Church for discussion School will at be Community the topic

--- ... Sunday....... 7 a.m. & 8:30: a.m. which the was pastor taken, Rev.from C. McClary the 18th, Group No. 1 at the home of Mr.

of St. Luke and the 1st and Mrs. Gordon Dow, 567 NW
BAPTIST chapter
KELLY'S CHAPELRev. BAHA'I ASSEMBLYNorman 1 CORINTH' verse. 708th terrace on FridayNov.7,

Leroy Dell, pastor Bethel of 545 NW 26th Meets every 2nd and 4th Sunday 8:19: p.m.
Thelma Devoe, :reporter st. will speak at the Baha'i cen-I at Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Honored were Greater New
ter, 137 NW llth ave., 7:45: [fcurcin.Sunday. Bethelians to have at the evening
Invitations are In the mail for Sunday, Nov. 2. His subject will School.............-....... 8:30: worship, the Rev. M. S. Smith, NOTICEAll
the Pastor's Tea which will be be "Youth in Religion." All Morning worship ............... 11:3: who delivered the message from
held Sunday, Nov. 9 at the homeof races and Faiths are cordially in- Evening Service ................ T:3C1: the 26th chapter of St. Matthewand Church notices MUST be
Mr. and Mrs. Philip. Pinder, vited. Rev. W. T. Thomas, paste the 39th verse on the sub- typewritten double paced .
1991 NW 55th Terr. and successful, gospel preacher.ST. ject, "Go a Little Farther." and on one sheet of paper. Copy
Speaker for the tea will be THE INCARNATION MUST be Into our office by 8
Mrs. Philip Pinder, a member! of MATTHEW AMEZ Mrs. Inez Anderson", a mem- p.m. Tuesday of each week to
Allapattah Methodist Church and 1835 N.W. 58th Street ber of the Bunche Park Elemen- Insure Insertion.-Church Editor.
; treasurer of the Women's Society Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. tary School, will speak for the
Service. Veronica O'Berry, reporter Rev. A. H. Ferguson, pastor Willing Workers Beautification
of Christian Sunday School............... 9:45: a.m. Club of Greater New Bethel on
The public is invited and to to heart helpus Winter Schedule Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 2 at the home of LOTS FOR SALE
honor our pastor Sundays: Evening worship ............ 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Margret D. Newbold.
t Mrs. Pinder's message. fThe place Church School and Easy Term

of the tea has been changed Adult Bible Class .... 9:30: ajn. FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST Choir No. 2 will celebrate Its Build on your lot
from J925 NW 56th st. to 1991 Solemn Sung Mass and anniversary Thursday night, or mine

NW 55th terrace because Mrs. Sermon .................... 11:00 a.m. Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor Nov. 6 at 8 p.m. Everyone is in- We take care of financingNO
Pinder has so graciously offeredus E. Y. C. Meeting ........ 6:00: p.m. Claudia Wilson, reporterWe vited.
the use of her home. Solemn Evensong and On the sick list is Mother MONEY DOWN

Sermon ...................... 7:30: p.m. were blessed throughoutthe Bertha Smith our pastor's wife Cash paid for loU
"' BAPTISTRev. day Sunday and the spirit ot your or
NEW HOPE Tuesday:
and Sis. Ethel Jones. home
St. Vincent's Acolyte Guild the Lord was high beginning with

James E. Brown, pastor 'Rehearsal................... 5:30: p.m. the Sunday School. Baron JE 8-1340
Bro. Vandell Bavan, Sec'yServices Wednesday: The morning message was delivered ,

throughout last Sun- Low Mass .................... 6:30: a.m. by a visiting minister, For Prompt, Efficient
Evensong and Meeting of Rev. M. S. Smith. Theme:
day was at its Spiritual best beginning Service
with the Sunday. At 11 Guild of Our Lady... 8:00: p.m. "Christ is the Answer and He
a.m. our church was filled to Its Thursday: Has The Answer." Phone PLaza 4-4909 Non Surgical Treatment
The Choir of St. Michael's The evening message was delivered
Christian people
from capacity all with the city to witnessthe I And All Angels I by our own, Kev. S.:: RUDY'S TV Hernia a Piles

baptism; over service of which we Rehearsal................... 5:30: p.m. Johnson. Text 37:5.: Both mes- andRADIO Rupture (Hemorrhoids)
had 12 candidates to take on Friday. : sages were delivered with the DR. LONG'S CLINIC
St. Cecelia's Choir spirit and enjoyed by all. The No REPAIR
Christ. ,Rehearsal.... ............. 8:00: pjn. 1 choir rendered music for the general health service
Services will begin as usual on NOTE: Sundays, Solemn Mass! morning and the No. 3 usher Guaranteed Service 21 S. W. 13th' Ave.
FR 8-2748
Phone
Sunday. Our pastor will preach High Mass and Benediction of board and the Junior ushers were
both morning and evening ser- the Blessed Sacrament on All in charge of the day's} work. Pick up and Deliver Add Life to Year
mons with choir No. 1 furnish- Feast Days.Weekends. We enjoyed a fine BTU lessonat and Years to Life
ing the musical part of the services : Low mass on all 5:30: p.m. We want all of our 9 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
REDUCESpecial
and usher board No. 1 holy and Saints' Days. visitors and friends to know that 6801 N.W. 15th Ave.
at its post. Solemn Sung Mass, 6 a.m. on we always welcome them In our Medication"A
Again, as usual, we are ex- all Feast Days.EBENEZER. services. Let us continue to pray
tending an open invitation to for the sick.
the public to come and worship METHODISTRev.
with us. You will find us serv- ST. JAMES BAPTISTBTU
ing the Almighty God to the Aaron D. Hall, pastor
Service For The Living"
best of our ability.BETHANY Ernestine L. Hambrick, reporterThe ................................ 5:30: pjn. Living
Evening Worship ........... 7:30: pm
BAPTIST church flings wide its Visitors always welcome Range Funeral HomeOSCAR

doors like welcoming arms and Sunday School........... 9:30: am
3316 NW 50th Street Invites you to come in. This is Morning Worship ........ 11:00: am
Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor your Father's house. Why should 323 N.W. 14th St. AND ATHALIE RANGE, Owner
Sunday School......... 9:30: un. not one feel at home and wel- Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor
Morning Service ............ 11 un. come In the house of his Father? Sunday Services
PHONES PL 4.7468-PL 1.1331
4 BTU ................................ 5:30: pm The young people were in
Evening Service ............ 7:30: pjn charge of service on last Sunday GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev.
Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30 p.m. morning. Sunday night Rev. Hall Oscar Range, Deemed Embalmer Funeral Director
and congregation motored to James E. Culmer, pastor
) ST. JAMES A.M.E.Dr. Perrine to Kerr Memorial Eddie Edwards, clerk
Church.On Sunday School............. 9:30: aon 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami, Florida
A. Joseph Reddick, pastor Morning worship .... ....... 11:00
Saturday night invited
1''' ( F. Dean you are .... 6
Mrs. Sadie. reporter to attend a party at the Westminster. Fellowship pan
home of Mrs. Irene A. Polite of
Services at St. James, "The TRIUMPH CHURCH
Friendly Church" on Sunday 1908 NW 6th court for the benefit -
will begin with the Sunday of the senior usher board No. Prince H. Mobley, pastor B. Solomon Funeral Home
:School! at 9:30: am. with Brother 1. There will also be a bazaar at SLs. C. McKinney, reporter
Theodore Roddy presiding, along the home of Mr. and Mrs. John
with his staff of officers and Clark on 59th street, for the Sunday was the closing of our (Established 1928))
teachers. All parents are urgedto benefit of choir No. 2 quarterly meeting and the ser-
Dignified Personal Courteous Service
come out and bring their vice throughout the day and ,
children and take a part in the Tonight, Friday, Oct. 31 senior I night was wonderful.The .
study of God's word. usher board No. 2 Invites you to subject of the lesson, Funerals Within Range of Each Budget
The morning service will ,be- Join it in a straw ride to Opa "Temptation In The Wilderness."
gin promptly at 11 a.m. and the Locka. Transportation will leave Our acting superintendent w a I
evening worship at 7:30: p.m. the church at 7:30: pm. Roundtrip ,Rev. K. J. Sconiers. Prince D.
Both or these services promisesto fare Is 75 cents. So come on Williams opened up the lesson
be spiritually uplifting and let's all go out and have a nightof and it was very enlightening.The 315 N.W. 16th Street Ph. FR 3-1440
inspirational. The pastor will deliver fun. It's at the home of Mr. teacher for the morning was
the message at both ser- and Mrs. Timothy Smith. Prince J, Roberts, H. Williams,
vices and the Holy Eucharistwill \Rev. H. C. Samuels and con- S. Murray and Si,. C. McKinney.The .
be administered.All gregation of New Hope Primitive classes reponded nicely Our
Baptist Church will render service presider, Prince H. Williams gave
efforts and interests are at Ebenezer Tuesday night, the closing thought on the les OPENING NOVEMBER 2nd
directed to the Tenth Annual Nov. 3.
Homecoming- celebration which The District Supt. will hold the son.The program for the evening
will terminate Nov. 9. The chair- fourth quarterly conference at was rendered by Bro. R. Moul- Hill MANKER fUNERAl HOME
man, Bro. Dallas Stroud, and the church on November 9. Officers tey and Sis. C. McKinney. It was
Mrs. Edith S. Robinson the co- of the conference are askedto very enjoyable.The .
chairman, along with the cap- be present with their written night service was conduct. COURTEOUS EFFICIENT SERVICE
tains of the various groups are report. ed by Rev. N. Sconiers and a
striving to make this Homecoming The Holy Communion will be glorious expression service was
celebration the best in the administered at both services on opened by Mr. O'Neal. The praise *
history of St. J.mes. Sunday. service was very high in the
Among the sick and shutinsare Start now to pay on your trip spirit. Our preslder introduced William E. Manker, Funeral Director: and
: Sisters Annie Edwards, to Tampa and the annual con- Prince J. Roberts, the speakerof
Florine Williams, Bros. Jerome ference which will convene In the evening. Ills subject was. Licensed EmbaJmer i
Jamison, Herbert Knowles, and November. Bus will leave the "You Must be Born Again." St.
Teroy Herrings. All members of church at midnight Nov. 22. John 3. His opening thought was, ,
St. James are urged to visit the Make your reservation now. See "I am living so I will never die 6701 NW15th' Avenue
sick.An any minister of the WSCS of and he also stated he is doing I
invitation is always extended Ebenezer. the things that will give life
to you to visit with us Our sick and shut-ins are: Bra everlasting. The message was Phone OXford 1-7431
at the "Friendly Church." Charlie Neal, Veteran's Hospital, Inspiring. Elder Wells gave the
Sisters Lizzie awls! Jackson Memorial closing remarks.
Hospital, Cleo Garner, Friends, please remember you I
Drive Jackson Memorial Hospital, Cora are always welcome at the Triumph -
Results
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper"SATURDAY


HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS I NOVEMBER 1, 1958 PAGE ISI


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B.T.W. HIGH SCHOOL BETHUNE ELEMENTARYOn G. W. CARVER ELEM. LIBERTY CITY ELEM. i tty to church and plea to speed
i. while at oar seboel one day
Members of the Hi-Y Club Thursday, Oct. 23, a group Prior to this year, the parentsin "Hats off' to the parents ol the .during the .... Tuesday, Nor.
their first meeting Oct. 20., of fourth grade pupils Liberty City Sfemeatary's children -
held gave a our community have united H, is a very fcaportaat day at
Officers elected for the year dramatic presentation during the their efforts to .help bridge the for turning out in such great LC&, Come out during the dayor

were: Basil Clinton, president; morning assembly. The title of gap between the home and number and with such enthusiasm i aught aDd see the surprise we

Melvin Baker, vice president the playlet was, "What Is The school, and to share the responsibility for our first Parent- schea have far you. Oar theme: "Re

Edwin Roberts, secretary. They United Nations?" Pupils parti- of the .progress of their Conference. The information and port Care, us.Oct. .\.-
began plans to attend the annual ctpatlng In the playlet, depicted children by serving both George suggestions gained by both
conference to be held in through dramatization, what the W. Carver Elementary, and parents and teachers should prove X WM kick off day for

Tarry* in February. UN Is doing In world affairs The High Schools through the mediaof very beneficial in guiding our the special program for gifted

More than fifty organizations playlet was quite unique and wasa one Parent Teacher Association. children in their social, emotional aDd talented chUdrea. These
participated in the first activity creative one, written by Miss and academical development. children are eafaytMf classes to

period for the school year during Nellie Barr, and Mrs. Evelyn Since each school shows a First grade teachers are very muses dtadag, sdeace. creative

the fifth period, Oct. 21. Mrs. Best. steady increase in enrollment, proud of the support given them writing art, etc.
Hazel Grant, Student Activity in organizing their Parents Club
the need for two sopcrate Parent
Director, is urging all studentsto On October 24, the day was Teachers Association for this school year, and are extending The faculty and student body
groups was
of their choice observed as ParentsTeacherDay. special invitation to welcome Arlington Smith. who
chose a group Inevitable. At the last a
meeting
his been ill. and Mrs. I
before the next activity period. Many invitations were sent the group voted for a division. parents who were not able to Mary *

These periods will be held the out, and quite a few parents accepted Tuesday, Oct. 21, at our intial meet with them Jo come out anytime Floyd for three who month has been back baby sitting
to school.
first and third Monday of each and reported to the various meeting the following persons and join this great organi We have missed much..
you very
classroom teachers. Many zation. We need parent
month. received the honor of becoming you. Mary F. Williams, principal
significant observations were the first officers of the GeorgeW. How would you like to spenda Ruth J. Everette.
Thespians have chosen reporter
Senior made by parents pertinent to the
Carver Elementary School few hours with your children
Barbara L. Williams, a junior, progress being made by their
Parent Teacher Association. browsing in the library? Nov. 3
as their queen. She will ride on children. We teachers feel that Each member pledges his sup- is the beginning' of National: Brice Trio Here

the float in the Homecoming we know more about each child port and promises that this will Book Week. We would like to

Parade and participate in all of as a result of the conference had be a most rewarding and memorable see you at our library; but if November 5thAs
their activities. with parents.On that is visit
year in our Parent Teacher impossible, why not
Ernest Ellis, Cherryanna Mills Sunday, Oct. 26, a mem- Association's history. the public library nearest you. a community service the

Barbara Christie, Blanche ber of our faculty, Mrs. M. Edge, Mrs. Selida Scott, president; A special treat is in store for Phyllis Wheatley School is presenting
and James Davis
Saunders with are participated in, and was pianist Mrs. Eva Cox, vice; Mrs. Mamie you and the children. The theme to its patrons and friends
working diligently the pho- for the "Fourteenth Annual Men's for the week. "Exploring With
Johnson Black, recording secretary; Mrs. the Carol Brice Trio. on Nor Sat
tographer, Frank on Day Program" at the St. Paul Mamie Jordan corresponding Books." Shall. we expect you? 8 pjn. at Booker T. Washington ,
yearbook pictures. The committee AME Church In Coconut Grove. I I also High School Auditorium.
has scheduled all organ- secretary; Mrs. Ruby Scott financial Parents we are planninga
Many of our teachers render secretary Emanuel special treat for you during
Fryar -
izations, classes and activities ; The Brice Trio is acclaimedby
community services of this
type. National Education which
parliamentarian: ; Harry Zan- Week
for a two-week period. I international: critics as one of
ders chaplain, Mrs. Maedon begins Sunday Nov. 9 and lasts
Coming to Bethune Oct. 30 the best of
on very our present day
Presidents of all organizations I Bullard, reporter. the whole week. Take your fam-
at 8:45: am. during our regular I groups. An evening ol rare entertainment
were on hand Oct. 24 to help William Sr.
Sturrup, a pioneer
assembly will be the Universityof I is in store for all
make Parent-Teacher Confer- of this community, and one who
who avail themselves
Miami's String Quartette. Mr. of the -
oplortunity
ence D ay a success. They wore I enjoys working to promote pupil I Anyone in the area Interested tn
Victor Stern, a member of the: to hear them.
uniforms of their organizations. i progress installed the group. these classes should contact the
School of Music
at Miami Uni-
Members of the Junior class We invite all parents to come school for additional Information. Tldke'a are now on sale at
versity will be conductor
the
have already secured the Bay- ths Parents for ,out and join us. Meeting date: Charles D. Wyche, principal PhyUj: Wheattey! Elementary
affair. attend
front Park Auditorium for the please The third Tuesday night In each Barbara B. Rollins, reporter School 1801 NW 1st place. 031
this and
assembly enjoy this fine
Spring Promendate. Committeeshave month at 8 o'clock in the library.

also been formed for this 'I treat NOTE with TO your PARENTS children.: Watch Together, may we help meet

gala event. the needs of our boys and girls.F. .
The supply store is reopenedfor for an announcement in the MI- S. Tucker, principal SEE THE
ami Times and listen
to radio
business. This service bene- Maedon Dullard, reporter
fits the entire school. It Is operated announcements concerning a big WORLD'SGREATEST
event that will take
place at Be-
by members of the Stu- NORTH DADE HIGH
thune, Nov. 23. This affair will
dent Council during the day.
Activities for homecoming are be known as the Fashion Es- The second monthly meetingof

underway. Contestants are work- capades. You are invited to come the Parent Teacher Associa- i'i

ing hard to capture the "Miss and bring all your friends.W. tion was held Monday, Oct. 27 COLORED

Homecoming' title. The contest C. Cogdell, principal in the auditorium. Highlighting

ends November 10. Be sure to Mazie R. Edge, reporterR. the agenda was an Informativetalk PSYCHIC

help your favorite contestant. I to parents; made by Mrs. _
R. MOTON Weaver, the school nurse. In her
I
LIBERTY CITY ELEM. Another successful Parent- talk, Mrs. Weaver's objective was READER -
to stress to parents the Importance -
The patrols had a very impressive Teacher Conference Day has of having their children
installation ceremony passed. The surroundings at Mo- attend clinics at the designatedtime.
with Mr. Wilson, traffic ton truly beheld the wonderful deliberated
our I The assembly also PROF
school patrol, giving many points parent-teacher relationship that I on activities In which they
on safety. During his talk he Is practiced here in our com- will engage to pay for the baby

promised full cooperation In any munity. Parents were leisurely grand piano and water coolers +
ways possible to help make thisa found throughout the buildingthe which they plan presenting to : { _
safe year for alL iHe further entire day. The official registration the school. r irk

urged all students to cooperate desk for the occasion Plans are being made that will HUNTER _.

100 pearcent with the school reported 140 parents visited. make our faculty tea a h ti g e
patrols. Patrol officers installedwere Congrats are in order for the
success. This annual event is one PROP. HUNTIR
Arthur Pla, captain; Gaddy PTA Conference Day committeewho that you will come to look for-
Davis and Timothy Smith, lieu planned so effectively for a ward to as you see the caliberof II you are aide, worried or In trouble this U the

tenants; Alfred Scott, sergean successful day. Miss J. V. Henryis program that will fete you plat to com. Don't stay In the rut, push back tho

Our PTA held Its second meetIng chairman of said committee. upon your attendance.The yell of bad lack that seems to hold you In your track,

dent on Oct. 13, with our presi- Plans are underway for the theme for American Education and advance forward by the halp of God trader lh.
Willie Scott, presiding. Our Educa- Week which will be
celebration of American ,
of Prof Hunter who has 30 of
leadership x.
parents year
were very enthusiastic tion Week. This committee, observed Nov. 9-15 Is "Report
in spite of the rain. The execu- under the leadership of Mrs. V. Card U. S. A." A wide-extending perUnot io spiritualist and occult science. Make your

tive committee was organized to Titchenor Reed, has many outstanding program which includes activi- LOOM happy. He will show you how to bypass your
Plan the program and activities events scheduled for ties and or speakers for each
enemies and get tho things that life demands for you.
for
the year, but are defending the week. More detailed Infor- day of the week has been plan- I

upon YOU to help put them mation will be given at the next
over At our meeting, Mr. Kemp writing. ned.North Dade has been designated I I

discussed the importantee of Some members of the Mot o n as one of the civil defense
vour support in the United Fund family assisted with Women's emergency hosital training cen-

Drive. Parents and friends, the Day at Hurst Chapel AMF ters, and will be utilized to train
United Fund needs your help. Church in Perrine on last Sun- volunteers from the community

Please support It. day. Mrs. L. C. O'Bryant, lit and members of the Parent
First grade 'Daunts, we need grade teacher wa the guest Teacher Association In "Emer- F

you, your ideas, skills and any- speaker and held the audience in gency Care." This medical course

thing else you have to offer to rapt attention as she colorfully will be taught by local physicians.It .

our Parents Club. Won't you explored the subject, "What Is six hours long and will
come out and Join us. Have You Packed. consist of three sessions. Per-

Mary F. Williams, principalR. conducted the sonnel trained in this program r
Mrs. P. George
J. Everette secretary be used In hos-
emergency
(opening ceremonies, Mrs. T, V may
Reed read the. Scripture, Mrs. A. pitals to supplement any medi- Locat.d ai the Hmt..'. ..... psych studio oai
N'western be left after
cal service that may -
Evening P. Keener, conducted while the Mrs.Mis-L. disaster. We are urging you Pembroke Road, 3 nHa. wit of HallandaU, Fla. oath

School Proposes sionary W. Farmin offering made, fitting remarks. to attend these sessions. Infor- ertb slda of the road, 1 mtle. seat of 7th are.

Driver Training Miss Erma Adams was also in mation as to the dates and timeof Carrvr Rineh Signs are placed on the top of three*

attendance.Our the sessions will be mad e a6oI7 baUd -i. OffUe It hi the duplex la the front ofHsj

Applications are now being practicum in reading public The soon.testing program la being ... 6olxii.

vision received through the Evening Di- continues meeting to flow the along faculty smoothly met- administered at North Dade. On ... ftte tfasMM .... power than any .&.

High of the School Northwestern for registration SenIor in. Last groups and discussed the Monday, Tuesday and Wednesdayof a. JT Y.* wIN fed bias far ........ fas Ir..wti.
last week, 7th graders were
In a course In Driver Education. meaning of "Developmental given the Otis Beta Quick Scoring ....
This class will be to adults! Reading.' Each group reported a
open and the California
Test FROM UP
only and will meet twice perweek concise definition which showed ,and California Arithmetic READINGS $1.00
Reading
from 3:30: pjn. to 8:30 p.m. much thinking on the part of tests. On Monday, Tuesdayand UOCNSM Y tTATl AND COUNTY
The of the Alsoat
the members group.
limited
registration will be
. of this week '
Wednesday wnH NOUi MK.'VI
}o a relatively small class. The this meeting graphs showingtest
Instruction In this class will results in reading for each 9th graders took the SCAT test. 1 P.M. TIL! 4 P.M. /.f P.M. SUNDAY 1 PM TIL 4 JIM
I Our Thunderbirds will play
tully sdt classroom were shown and diseased -
L meet the requirements
Miami
Northwestern High at
forth by the State of Florida for along with a report on of this CLOSED ALL DAY WID
Thursday
Sadium on
the seemed to
acquisition of a driver1 li- Testing. Everyone
c we. A fee of $15 will be have benefitted from this meetIng : week. We urge North Dade sup- CALL IN PERSON
charged for this Instruction. which was carried out in a porters to be there and help
fashion. This Is a cheer the boys to victory.
Addional Information regarding clock-work 5417 S.W. 17th St.
planning on the Evening classes are being organized -
this class may be obtained result of expert
from the office of the Evening part of our Steering Committee.So at North Dade At present Hollywood, Fla0. .
High' School PL 4-S4M between long for now. classes in sewing and typing -
weekday Unnle W. Tannin, principal are offered. Classes in adult
2 and 10 pjn. any
Dorothy S. Sawyer, reporter education are being formed.
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper" Tri-County Real gave reasons. The committee is: each land ,person will be affil-
S. Hutcheson, chairman; W. iated with the National Real Estate -
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1958 Estate Brokers Evans, coordinator; F. Cobbitt, Board.
Mr. MIzell, Mr. Rease, Mrs. C.
Meet at Hotel CarverOur Lewis, and P. Tillman. OtQcr"ital matters were discussed -
ThlsLjroup will plan the ban after .enjoying a palatable
first meeting after organization quet iii'cr send out Invitations. luncheon;
met at Hotel Carver Roof
Garden for their first meeting. ,The membership mairman Our next meeting will be In
The meeting was officially call- Wayman Evans, made definite West Palm Beach Nov. 20 at 6p.m.
v o, -mil ed to order by the ,president, progress in getting membership Each realist is requested to
Mrs. Ora D. Taylor, registered blank ready. He will be callingon attend thfs meeting. You may
real estate broker, Dade County. all! brokers, salesmen and associates bring wife, husband or escort as
After opening with prayer, Pres. beginning now that your guest
ton THLman (Palm Beach), secretary -
read the minutes of the -_._ .- -
last meeting organization meet-
I Ing.) These were recorded and THIRD AVENUE REALTYHomes
IK"lfl-s adopted. New business was appointing '
." I .of a chairman and committee and Lots for sale in all areas of Dade County
for a banquet
CHILD CARE I, FOR RENT Get-together to be held dur- Reasonably priced LISTINGS WANTED

Will care for your child tenderly I I FURNISIIIED 2-bedroom, apart-, ing the winter. This was suggested 742 NW 3rd Ave. Phone FR 43297S.
In my home. ment. Adults only. Located in by Broker Wayman Evans.
1147 N.W. 6h Ave. Liberty City. 1577 NW 70th st. Mr Hutcheson was appointed Hutcheson, Jr., Registered Real Estate Broker
For information call NA 1-6654. chairman when Broker Summons
suggested another person and I

WANTEDSETTLED NICE FURNISHED room in ...............*.*....*.....*....?._.....*..."h_._.uU.*> .>__>I...*__*...*.*u..*_.....*...._......_..... ..................................._...............................................................................__u.u.. .. .. _.
WOMAN to live home Bunche Park section of Opa, *..*..o.*..*,VV....,.*..or-*.,Vy...irFair *!....'tf....,.....*......*....*......*...,*.........,*.....*.....*.....*.....*......*.....*,..*.....*......*....*......*....'t...:..*......*....:r.41-.:....:....,".
permantly, between ages 40-50. Locka. For single man only. For n
\

WOMEN Call NE 5-6973.ATTENTION I : You will NICELY information FURNISIIEDD call I NA 1-6654.efficien- ?jlvP: Realty is Easy. to Buy From If f,;ij j jU

f receive the highest wages on best cies for rent as low as.$16. FAN ft
t. Beach jobs through our service JEWELL'S GUEST HOUSE, 520 ill; VISIT OR CALL.1O15AY .' .' PL: 7-1645 f,;
We need experienced cooks, NW 7th st. Phone FR 4-2213. ,
housekeepers and maids. I i s
No deposit required on live in ROOM in a new private home .'0"
jobs. Bring your clothes early Phone NE 4-1707. Rjt
any morning. Will pay $2.00 t1.
transportation to her hostess on It 1t
any girl placed. Mrs. Mac. Reliable P. i.
Service, 432 Espanola, just Hat CleaningMany at R :flo"..=
off Washington Ave., Miami years' experience ., o.'
Beach. JE 8-8787. Satisfaction Guaranteed !o.: "ut.
N8 Arthur and Rudolph Marshall !t/ tJ!

1704 N.W. 69th Terr. Eu .. ni
.
( FOR SALE Phone OX 1-7725 ,.n.

( 1 .... ,,'
BY OWNER, 2-ibedroom house, j i iA f
'J furnished, also cottage on corner,. FOR SALEHOUSEHOLD .:
lot, must be seen to be appreciated .u.: .
1395 NW 58th terr. R. H.; GOODS ,
t .i
Neidengard. :.H.: ....
t" Including studio couches, H ioF
,. YS.R yltN ..
i t FOR RENT double and single dressers; .lt. CQq @

2 BEDROOM APT Stove,.refrigerator good condition. $10 each. 9$1P P
water free. Only $17 per a in ltd
week, 844 NW 70th St. Phone 741 4th Street r
NA 16953.ROOM .
I I Miami Beach ; I
for rent at 141 NW 9th I 5 b." ":,\,' .#. '
See
Manager of Apts.
, St. See Miss Montgomery in
apt. 1. I N8 WHY PAY RENT ? b

1 I MODERN FURNISHED room 1 3 W
at 1986 NW 57th st. Call NE 3 BEDROOM 4 NEW Ld
4-1290. Widow Must Sell 11 NEW CBS HOMES J Ji


i GOP CHAIRMAN Nearly 3-bedroom new, CBS tile roof home Only $495 Down i

r Continued from page 1 Full price $11,490 :ix; Brand new 3 or 4 bedroom CBS homes now completed. City water,
This surely, is a new high -
or low-la political and moral Cash down $890 i1t_ paved streets, nice \area, priced right, no closing costs, ''North Miami fjC2 :
hyiprocrlsy. Democrat Governor! Beach. See models at 1410 N.E. 152nd Terr., 1947 1510 1520 N.E. 4
I
JtJt
Faubus stirred up and, in effect 4613 SW 24th St. 154th St. Close to largest shopping center, Burdines, Richards, Food 4
encouraged every crackpot extremist !w Fair.! Our salesman on models this Sunday, 1 to 6 p.m. Priced right.'K
I' in the country. Now he Carver's Ranches Buy now!
deplores the reckless vandalism Call JE 1.5973 2t' ft;
whUch has /been modeled after
): and inspired by his own'defiance =;?ltd $795 'DOWN LOTS LOTS LOTS r Jt!
1 of the law. 2t, -bedroom with living.
separate x
t' I
We have cash for lots in
The man who lighted the fuse Beautiful buyers
Bargain 1 t
\ kitchen front
; room, dining room, ,
V now deplores' the explosion. This Brown Sub, Liberty City, Opa D
Good for
couple
\ pious warning ,against "prejud- Home -nj jalousied porch. Locka, North Miami BeachJt
ice" has a hallow ring. When he .jjjit or ,widow. Total $7,995. One mort-
Large corner lot. City water, Washington Park. List your lots
t decides to obey the law himself, ten large trees, real cool 3-bed- ::2t gage. No closing costs, city water. with us. Best cash price obtained. Q
1 observe his own oath of office rooms. Carporte, separate living : See 1279 IN.W. 58th Terr. We have
and permit the children Quick closing. Use your lot as down J
of Arkansas -
,
i room dining room, kitchen, utility } keys.
: to resume their education, room. Use your lot as a down I : payment on new one. {
I then and then only should payment. 2395 NW 68t St. $795 DOWN ffi
M he
presume to talk about pre- BARON
judice anywhere. JE 8-1340 Open 3p.m.. -n]{. 2-bedroom, lArge living room, bath, i
.
,
-, ;,jjj t dining room kitchen, :closed garage $1,295 DOWNt
u _
*..? city water, close to '12th ave. 3-bedroom CBS home. Enclosed
I ti 3 bus and shopping. Clean. Close N.W. 17th and
,t porch. to ave.

TV SICK ? ;KJ Opa Locka $795 DOWN BeautiesJt N.W. 62nd costs.st. Buses Financed, city water,
closing right.
I no
II, Built-in and 3-bedroom
(; oven range.
Priced low. Good buy. We have
Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. i$ new CBS homes. No closing costs. keys. (Open all day Sunday.
Lj Only 1 mortgage to pay. Also have
; SAME DAY SERVICE ,f\\ waterfront lots available. All cus-
;j"3 tom features. See new models at
, ALL MAKES ALL MODELS, :J5{ NW 18th ave. and 152nd sts.S $1,495 DOWN

Picture : 3-BEDROOM CITY WATER Beautiful 2-bedroom home. Large
1 Tube Special i ii ;I3 iUi!; CBS HOME $1,995 DOWN front screened porch. Homestead

i 17inch22.95 21inch29.95 ,|J'JLarge:= beautiful, landscaped lot. exemption, very low taxes, city
j}JHj. Air conditioned hardwood floors, water, stove and refrigerator, Jaf.
.. -. 'J JK front large all jalousied porch, ousted awnings, wood floors, close 4
!3 carporte, wall to wall carpeting, to N.W 12th Ave. and N.W. 62ndst.
LATCH ON TO THIS BARGAIN :J Buses, roof termite in !
.. only one mortgage, extra den. new .
Used 17-inch TV-Good condition $39.95 =;flTerrific\ I II J JU spected.
;!ta
,. RADIOS REPAIRED-Bring it Jn for quick service a=r) ,

I FAIR REALTY .

( Vets Radio & TV Co.
ate
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