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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: November 15, 1958
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028321
Volume ID: VID00624
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 2264129
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Washington The first full-
scale federal-state conference on I

IL Division Leaders Named for NAACP Drive i', the early will school be next held year' IntegraUon In Nashville qtieetbn', Tenn., I

.... r The Federal Civil Rights Commission -
Hoy WI \kIna natio a: execs announced it plans to In-
h tho< 'f. ('\' tdY of the N !tP vit* school,officials from all'
Dade Colinty has been divided Mrs. Lillian Balllou: Otis James,
tl WH: a, : ,* k:bff adaTfiMfor Mr. Wilkins" Is tntepationallyknown Chair
', uotf I liiito divisions headed by division L. 1[. Portlock Jr., A. D. Moore, for his forthright fight country to take part., '
t't a FaU Membership Campaign man John A. Hannah said the ,
r. Lewis, Mrs.
leaders and team captains with Mrs. George Maggy
I' for complete freedom of all
Sunday, Nov. 23, begin each contesting against the Green Mrs. Muriel Williams, commission would ask school II I ,
ning at 3:30: p.m. In the audi other In membership solicitation. Mrs. Jeanette Kelley, Mrs. Gallic' Americans.Rev. spokesmen for "all the available I
torium of the Greater Bethel Among the division leaders are: Wallace, Mrs. Portia Bannister, Cousin asked each pastorto Information" on local problems '
AME Church. Mrs. Myrtle Bethel Mrs. Ethel Arthur Maya and Mrs. Ann In admitting Negroes to White
Rev. Cousin, campaign chair. appoint workers In hls ihaircU schools. '
Al Mrs. C, B. Lindsey. I,
Curry, Kinsey And
to have his church make :a
man the hope that the The commission also
expresses announced
Miller, Neal Adams, Alston Scott, Cash prizes will be awardedthe liberal contribution to the Fight, ;
entire citizenry together with It was ready to with
Mrs. Ida M. Wright, J. H. Han- winning division leader, team ing Fund for Freedom. The ,
churched and other organization of
kerson, Donald Williams, Mrs. captain and Individual worker. tributions are to be made hta alleged; voting right I fa
get solidly into the campaign entg Involving Negroes
Hazel Crawford, Mrs. Carrie The Is J
mass meeting special mass meeting f.)
until the membership and freedom n 1and Puerto Ricans
fund goals reached. Pitts, Horace Outlaw Jr., Roger expected to attract a capacity P.m. at Greater net ME in NeXWwk City.
.( are Armster, Mrs. Bernice Knight, audience. Church. I I

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- -- Grim tragedy struck ':
morning in the f

I- Teacher's Car Kills Student west when Otis section Otto of Mann this, 30, of I

i Grand 28ar'old Ave., wife shot, and Bernice killed I''/

shot and wounded her com I
An eight-year-old girl "a skilled ion, Robert Robinson, 30
Wednesday morning when 3610 South Dixie Highway,
she stepped into the path of a cording to officers of the
< High Post Office car driven by Mrs. Elnora Dean, County Dept. of Public
.. . a teacher at J, W Johnson Ele .
mentary School in Hlaleah. The Incident occurred

r Official to Speak Here Sharon Galney of 1475 S. E. In after the 1 parking o'clock lot Sunday at the wal'I
9th ave., Hlaleah, apparentlydid the Jim Jam Cub: on 75th .
not see the car and started : '
across! the busy Okeechobee Road Mann did not try to escape I'
munity building, 7200 NW 22nd
which has no sidewalks.: was arrested by Patrolman
AveThe thaniel Robinson and has .
honoree Is also guest : Investigators" were unable to' charged with first degree I
speaker for the evening He Is n question :Mrs. Dean Immediately, and with assault with intent I
graduate of Atlanta University, She became hysterical and was commit first degree murder '
and the University' of Illinois placed in Jackson Memorial lies' the shooting of Robinson.
School of Journalism pltal overnight for treatment for
His present position Is npecla shock. Robinson was taken to ,
son Memorial Hospital with
assistant to the assistant postmaster -
general, Bureau of Operation let wounds In his lower
.Y U. S. Post Office Dept., and AFRICA TO GET arm and thigh His .
is currently engaged *In touringthe Thursday afternoon was
;. states of.Georgia, Alabama, NUCLEAR PLANTSAN as fair Mrs. Mann's body
and Florida. While on tour, ho
f will attend other postal installlatlon DIEGO, Calif. The
3 ceremonies In Albany, At nuclear research reactor that I Kicks Off 29th Christmas Seal Sale I
lanta and Columbus, Ga., and was exhibited at the Second International
Tuskegee Ala. Conference on the
Prior to thin, appointment, hit Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy
was employed by the state Civil in Geneva will become the first :
Service Department of New Jersey to be Installed and operated In
r ,_ Africa. The reactor Is the TRIGA
I lie holds the distinction of designed and developed specifically
the National -
Branch of
iz The Miami I
I author of several books on "Civ for academic Institutions,
r Alliance: of Postal Em- ic and Racial 'Problems in New medical centers and research
p'oyees, and the Women's Auxiliary Jersey," & 'aboratorles by the General
r are honoring Joseph Clark Accompanying Mr Clark will Atomic Division of General Dynamics I :
,>' at their Installation banquet, Friday be L. C. Moman, president of Corp. here The reactor
evening Nov. 14 at 8 o'clock District 3, Natonal Alliance of will be located at Leopoldvllle In
p.m. In the James E. Scott Com :Postal Employees. the Belgian Congo.

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,. old acquaintanceswere 'ternity.
Florida A&M topped off one Rattlers won I
of its biggest homecoming celebrations renewed and a large crowd The two-mile parade was led by II I
last Saturday with a attended the victory dance.A the "Marching 100," Universityband I
!', comet-front-behind 37-22 victory Tallahassee coed, LeKar !, and featured floats upon
,. over the North Carolina A&T. Beasley daughter of Mr. and which the Queen and her atten I .
t Aggies; from Greensboro. I Mrs. S. L. Beasley Sr., was dants were seated.
.,. Down 2221 at the bait, tho crowned Homecoming Queen An Alumni coffee In the Student
\ Rattlers roared back: with two during colorful: halftime cere Union before the game
,w fourth quarter scores on its monies. preceded a meeting of the Alum
powerful running attack as th*; Her attendants were Betty ni Association.
f 11,000 fans who overflowed Edwards, also of Tallahassee Dr. George W. Gore and Mrs.
t Bragg Stadium, went wild. and Jacksonville's Anette Madi Gore entertained at a buffet
. The Aggies brought along their son. dinner following the game for ,
'. 132.piece band majorettes and Adjudged beat float In the alumni and friends at their Sun- Mrs. L. E. Thomas, co-chairman of the Christmas
cheering squad to help the parade, staged Saturday morn shine Manor home. ; '
t is shown with her
Seal Sale daughter
dandy Rattler band put on a ing through the city's business Most popular altenhour par. Lay.
brilliant pre-garoe and halftime section, was one sponsored by the ties were the Omegas In Fresh, sonya and Charles Neely as the 29th annual mailing went

;1' show.It was pretty much the same University Runners-up Art\Club.were entries spon man Lodge and the Alphas In out this week. Dade's goal is $155,000.-see( story on !f I;

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United Fund Drive

in Full Gear.; COODerate. __"_

T', Jlra} United Fund Drive Yeager Hester HJVCTR 3. L.Tbcisnpsoc. fjju: 1o aOl agency: staff per" -"

I _r J ciflrsra: :w. :-Ji a aa-lj: good Miss Jennie Roberts,, and others :who have eontr1: *
t: -. : _"J iJ': 'Messrs. Wxlhe I* Pterker. WJ icScro'v their sersiees. The aoec'i 1J ''
Charles Ingraham. Phillip for fee local campaign u b-; ,':
etersryn Charles Wi11is' 4 Bee- handled: by Officer lines. 1 y'
!le O'Berrr: Peter TtangKcn, A Bowe and Mr' Zilpha s..eJ'Pieue
jnun and E B.rtt J. Piece! N
fire Mwnlly to the t) s.
A q of tbe workers Bases
the big o x-
ikfton who wear
w : A. piAuisked at a future
toojntih fee "IT whee >
sje when directors mad e -dirs -
come to TOOT bore or buu3: v
and 8c4 mice
"t :> casAaifi *
czar: y wboworked and the! All orjaaszatioE s aad cburc. Sue
r :,..%3 won by workers wfeo aged to mail or bring their:
reached their jack or Maenad io ccotribatfess to tee! chairman tt V
he ,lUres amoiat of pledgei. 6306 KW 14-ai arc. before Nov,.

The comanrttee is very frate- 2L _

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V 'HIGH 15-14
X'_' Displaying a superior brand of _
Coming from behind In a
footbal the Carter Hornets defeated
E.:6 cue E.: Kemp, sna&afer, of bard Sought battle' the Northfrestero the Booker T. Washington

bcTy Square Project., r .afrmanfj Bulls scored 1T toucb- Tomadot 2C to 0 Saturday ._ _
: he local area stated that down and one' point la the third night at Miami Stadium.. ----------- -----
sfler reviewing the results the and defeated tb* JODM
Early In the opealae J>f'rloQ11Utt' Wally Futcb, producer-director Ellis Cherry )Ills. Norman
f:.jTiri'ng cosiautlee::: felt that be-, High Tigers of Orlando 15-15 Delores James andamFees
Sinclair plunsed Dullard.
King: of the 1959 Seniors In Spotlight
rcjse. the; kickoff -was on toeilrst last Thursday nlfbt at Miami .
over center for fMir&rd.* happily as Sara Bethel Emery Beneby.
: Suudaj the results were Stadium. It was the annualbomttoomliic
I and a toaefedown eUmadeg: and Ruble Robinson, a sophomore
net the best game for the Bulls. Such dances as the Charleston
a 64-yd. drire. talk over the costumes for
"Frankle and Johnnie" and
Early in the second period end production
The drrre wffl tam3naie Nor. Donald Harrison tickled Ole James Claret added tine poiat the: event. numbers will be featured

:5. : TlgerB" Hng 'T Leonard In bisowa Midway the *w* d period the Curtain time affair for will the be'Gay 8:15 throughout tbe spectacle.Inetles" .
Directors co-directors and
end for safety. Tbe i
zone a Hornets fallback Cyril Clark
ra-.t.lm anxious to' Monday night In the auditorium. Members of tbe senior class
are very nn't..d from a bad pus e't
score smashed onT from the 1 to
reach their foils and hare decided Seine of the gay nineties will may be contacted for tickets tothis
from center.In max a sustain drive that covered
to back in their feature Mary Wright Carolyn spectacular eventJohnson
EO respective
t the Timers -
the saw period S2 a.rol.Early .
districts: oa: Sunday Nor. 9 Helen Mitchell, Sara The inimitable: George Kerby
went out front wren MacArthurPratt In the third the
Bethel Littles, Ernest will be artist.
sad solicit those homes and tackled.Jo2 ., George guest
tumbled Coconut Grove Boss lHrN.Mod
apartments thst were missed beer -. c' end Daniel Barnes scooped -i their score again when fallback
use the occapsnts were not at
up tbe ball on the 41 and ran i iitG Fred Miller went over. frwa the"
home. They are certain that
yard for a 'TTX John Hope> 1 ending a drive that covered" 7S
f'Ve.7t'De is -m nr to give once
su'ppcrt: 55 Sonal and Welfare :plunged over crater for the point.I II yards. MQ'''r also added the MORTGAGE LOANS
c .eacies.Kernr. I, In the third period James'White > point .on a line buck.
picked up a Jene fumble:
stated that the I,on tbe SS and ran to the 11 b-j At the opening of tbe Loa: IN A HURRY

hopes: 1.Jeach tiieirgos fore be was stopped. Two plays! chapter Carver's kalfbark TViNie Prompt service day or night lit and 2nd mortgagee
"sntb fee support of every Stringer; hit It-It tackle ter 4pht'
later WilHe Boward plunged
bur:r.ess and professional person over from the 8 for the Jll"OI'e.j I yards and the fourth toveMown Prepayment privilege In Grace period In every
cn;:;a. and fraternal orcaniza- Halfback Freddie Jones addod of the contort The aU-eaated every mortgage mortgage
and contributors from the
conversion was no good.
churches in this drive for coca the point. Our Service is Professional Courteousand
St-cond later the Bulls recovered
a worlay osiise.Drertcrs QUICK
another tumble' and took

and co-directors anjcxpodns over on the Tlrers' XS. Robbie Yvonne's Beauty DADE-BROWARD MORTGAGES
who are gearing up theiiwnrkers : Felts drone over from the one _
for the Sunday March I for the touebdown, dimuics Shop AND INVESTMENTSMiami

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are: Mesdames Genesta Late In the final period the 25 Yf'U. in Business

5Mar.mre1 JCewbold, Or'aado Boys scored apals when Ask about the anniversaryspecials Lauderdale JA 3-2832
Marjorie Mule Marie Robin- Hope bit tackle for 2 yards and ASK FOR MR. KAPP
rv. Agnes MrCoy OHie Mc- touebdo..... Hope added the Phone OX 1.0425--EvI Grant
Queen; Juanita Hampberry. Ber- point. OS
on Tuesdays. (ndf
riTe: Mack. Bernice Cox. EocnaSxpfUnp. :
E:1oiseB.. Kemp: Ida I
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Sidney Helen Frazier Rachel: B HARLEM SQUARE!
Pratt, Carton FSnley, Alease Gin I
Doda Bowel.". Billy Parts SWEET SHOPA i
Bernice Johnson, Albertha Per-;
rin. SAaletta S !QBtm. Bernice D. FULL LIME OP GROCERIES: NOW RENTINGIMiami's

Kemp Catherine Gibson., Marie' COLD CUTS COSMETICS
L. Hufi. Athaie, Range Maude "
Glass Mable L Daniels George I 28S N.W. 10th Street
Ponder. Bonnie Stimt, Dons

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THE MIAMI TIMES' -'The People New.paper"
Moore Named "Miss

DOMESTIC PAY performed i.
Homecoming" Northwestern Earnings should be paid and
SAID GOOD HERE are being paid on a basis of duties '
required, on capable perfor
Negroes in this area, who ate mance, and on willingness to
In domestic service are receiving work,' The worker who gets the
more money t'unro: Whit realsos and gets the highest
people, according to Dr. D. Mj: wages is the worier, who Is the
McConnell, otherwise known as happy employee. Pe one to
1 Y A; I Mrs. Mac of the Reltab'e Employment whom work Is a p.easuro. The
and Nursing Service. grumpy worker, giving a grudg
w j Not only do they receive the ing service Is paid In the same
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ing with a 1514 pocket flask.
the Jones High TI M. Play makers
do, lovely Betty
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vi ties. in Africa
Crowned "Miss\
last week was Detty, Tallahassee The Florida
Mrs. Julia Moore, A&M University Playmakers'
St. Her homeroom Book tour of the African continent has I YEARS
Bennie Moore. been an unqualified success to OLD
Underground date, according to a communication '
Yyonne Scott, received by President Geo
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65th St in
Edmonds, Playmakers' director.
vella's class. Cherry of the Interesting books They are on a tour of lOWest, .
I. In :Mrs. Ethel Qrlce'i for young people re!
:;'1: Central, East and North African
"\ was the other by Fran'UIn Watts, Inc, countries under the auspices of
1 4r:;[ the daughter of York, M titled "This Rail President Elsenhower's Special ''tk 86 PROOF
\." Henderson, 1214 NW .
' t, Disappears, by Beatrice Committee on Cultural Preaentattons. 1100 PROOF
\; They left the United Stateson BOTTLED-IN-BOND
GAS SALES Sept. 30 and are scheduled to a
setting of this exciting
return Dec. 1,
Is the pre.Civil War New 4f S QUARTS
i' CRIPPLED $ and the Underground The communication receivedby PINT)
I, : The customs and President Gore was writtenat HALRIINT3
The sum of $3,664 of the time are force the conclusion of triumphant
raised for the : brought out In the plot performances in Lagos, Nigeria
H': ren's Society In the : and suspense aro Previously, they had scored sue
:;' Cent Charity Day," that it Is difficult! to set ceases In Monrovia, Liberia and
the Allied Gasoline aside before reading Freetown, Sierra Leone. They '
Association tot the chapters and 181 are giving Jeffer's adaptation of
Crippled Children's "Medea" and three one.act plays.
Jean Priest, AG
er, reported that this Turner the 13-yrl1r.old The Playmakers played before
\ with his friends, Nat and overflow audiences on all but
resent final returns
took upon himself the one occasion at the time Edmo .
will be turned
.j' ly hazardous task of say mis' letter was written, and
Crippled Children's
the lives of Negro slaves In the case of the exception, the
. provide" 1221 I.
*,- had escaped from the theater was almost filled
What they could not do I (4ft$601 M1TlltiW 00.
Crippled Children's : Israeli ambassador to LI
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>>< OtOT 000f
'j Jack of "Medea"that
Wllhelm, makers performance
saved Susan and Isaac.
dent, stated that had Ave.'C he Immediately took stepsto
for the gas war, author or this historical see It they can visit his home
Its peak on AGRA was born and grew up In land for a series! of preformances
their visit to Cairo,
the group would York City; studied at Co following
IM $5,100 goal and New York Unlversl. Egypt.
The annual AGRA Her short stories have ap TV REPAIRSNO
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4 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1958MUTAVrt'K somehow more terrifying than anything in the nightmare
world of "The Long Dream."
The Cheney novel is notable for depth and compassion HOUSE FOR SALE

And so long as 9 white Southerner can write ayf-. irk' 2-bedroom-
Richard WrIght tile
pathetically of a Negro's problems,
need not despair. >' ,- 'I |..r .Urge. shadb'tr2es: '
OUR STAND ON HUMAN mean Adjoining Idl AvailableBoth
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'nmpOHA KT< NOS MUTAM.yit, IN ELLiS: The 1958 'is coming to a close. That -: '
"The Times Are Changed And We Are With year just
'" Ctangftl' Them" time to take stock in business and otherwise to see i Lot.Fenced
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Office at 1112 X.W. Third A ve., Miami: Florida l :rhope 'Fit-3-223A where we stand as far as the past year is concerned, and' .. " 'to r1t 1 J ,' ,
Plant at 0740 N.W. lath Avenue Thone OX 1-0421: ,, .1 '
to ,plan, for the future :' : '1 J; '1 ', '
...... In find that Greater Miami,is aboutto .
this respect, we
Entered as. Second Class Matter, August 0, 1027, at' the Post Officeat : check herself in the field of Human Rights. Thisis .. $70Q'.DOWN. ... r '.. ,'" ,
Miami, Florida under the act of March 8, 1870 up on that should be welcomed' (' ;. ,r, : i .
'certainly a good ideaand one
II. E. SIfllSMUND ItKCYISa, Editor -' by all well-thinking citizens. ( Only $7.9',Month
OAHT1I C. REEVES, Managing Editor and Business Manager 'The study, called "A Community Audit," will.bemade I . 1J
-- this month by the following sixteen Dade County 5328 SW 21st
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association organizations under the leadership of Mrs. Stuart Austin St,
Member of the Associate Negro Press of the United Church Women. It will try to learn how Mi\ I.i I. 'CaryerRanchesPhone
i amians give "due respect for human worth regardless':of

ONE YEAH '4.00 SIX SUBSCRIPTION MONTHS\ '20M HATES. TIIHEE: MONTHS $1.50 race, creed, color in seven different fields." ,.PL $-2935or

-- -- These are education, health, housing, public accommodations :: .
PL .4-4908
CREDO OK THE NEGRO PRESS" and recreation. .
employment, political rights
THE NEGRO PRESS believes' that America can bent lead the world
organizations the American Association
from racial and national antagonisms when it accords to every mailmrardlefts are
of race color or creed his human and legal rights.. Hatingno .. for the U.N., American Civil Liberties Union,
linn, fenrint no man-the Nc ro If) .strlyeso help- every man American Jewish Committee, American Jewish Congress,
In1'the firm belter'thst" ilf''men' are hurt' as'long as .aiijWe"ts field Welfare Planning Council, Miami Ethical Society, United

back. I Church Women, Woman's Society of Christian Service,
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, MusicMUSIC
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK Young Women's Christian Association, Dade County
Council of Community Relations League of Women

10<< BOMB WARNINGS I ILast Voters, Anti-Defamation League, Urban League, National -
Sunday three of Miami's leading churches re Congress of Christians and Jews, Hadassah. ,
ceived; "anonymous calls.stating that they were to be The study is to observe the 10th anniversary of the
bombed It disturbed the services in at, least one of these United Nations Universal Declaration of Human 'Rights, MUSIC
churches, whose members worshipped elsewhere. Threatened Dec. 10. On that day a mass meeting will be held at,the
..were the Central Baptist Church. the Trinity Methodist White Temple Methodist Church, at which time the find: } with
>and the Gesu Catholic Churches. ings will be announced. Jay,

These' bombers, or .would be bombers are' striking at Miami will look forward with keen interest to the Ed Cook
the very' foundation of th&cQuntry.. The :. 'church-the publication of the record which should ,be something for I I
school--the home. ,A' history, even though the audit will not present a, ,com.; Rockin'' Rogers

They may destroy church buildings, and that may plete picture. .' ,: & Louise4
cause'inconvenience: but. as far ias the church is concern. ,
ed, even "the gates of hell clannot prevail against it.;" ,I ''
Other Dade County Real Walker. l Is most efficiently quail There's Music
and greater buildings will go up. fled. She Is ,. '.
Pestroy the schools and what's to be gained? Per- Estate Board MeetsThe North Dade High an School Instructor at
haps many thousand children, may be some of .the offenders Dade County Real Estate widely! averred In public service.and Is :Aplenty .. on
children, or some of their families, will be pre Board meets In regular monthly Come to worship with us, enjoy
vented from getting a good education. If the schools are meeting at office of Broker S. our beautiful edifice, its services ,
rebuilt, the taxpayers money will pay for them, even Hutcheson, 742 NW 3rd ave. on and a most spiritual program. 1220ON

those'' who do the threatening, or ,bombing, will be payingto era Monday, salesmen night and 8 All brok who Mrs. Symonette Is presenting
rebuild them. the all women's choir
are Investors, property managers as a special YOUR DIAL
Destroy a man's home; if it's insured, he should be contractors or dealers In any feature.
able $o build another. If you take his life, yours will be phase of property are Invited to
in danger, if not in this world, certainly in the world tocome.Isn't .attend. Our membership com
mlttee headed by Wayman Bargain Beautiful
it 80.7' . _ __ Evans Is exnected to contact all. I
Then why the bombing Why so many threats? qualified persons -for- ----national---- -- HomeLarge 4*

It is not Christian., It is not Americanism. It. certainly membership. corner lot. City water,
does not, help the great I city of Miami where we ten large trees, real cool 3-bed-
live, and move, and have our being. Woman's Day at I rooms. Carporte, separate living
Let us forget-the threats, let us forget bombings, and room dining room, kitchen, util-
let those' who (tare carrying ,on st ch vicious acts join the Greater Bethel ity Use 2395 your lot as a down Radio Miami

majority of Miamians arid go' .on living... like civilized November 23 BARON NW Mt St.
Christian people. .,, Sunday. Nov. 23 is Woman's JE 8-1340 Open 3-3 p.m. MORE PLATTER
On Tuesday announcement was made of'the forma Day at Greater Bethel, Rev. S. LESS CHATTER
tion of a national I committee to mobilize public opinion A. Cousin, pastor. Miss Naomi ALL DAY LONG!
against the (bombings of churches and 8ch ols. The (announcement chairman Symonette with Miss is Woman's J. Jlles and Day Advertise It Pays!
was made from'the4 office of Columnist Drew Mrs. M. Carey as chairmen. III
Pearson. The organization would be called "Americans Mrs. Ora D. Taylor and her sou
Against Bombs of Bigotry." It has a strong committee venir program committee are cooperating .
made up of senators and representatives and publishersfrom with the group along
both North 'and South. with other committees to make SLIGHTLY USED
the day a magnificent success. 100 Ladies beautifully "
.tyled suits, original wools,
TWO BOOKS ABOUT (NEGROESIn to The reach groups a high are goal working in program hard each.few silks, linen, velvet. Originally sold up to $150

last Sunday's Miami Daily News, literary columnist I participation as well as finance.
Fred Hall was very interesting on "Fine Reading and 'These programs also serve to $1.00 and $2.00
Fine Comments." Because some of our readers might have bring so together much love and fellowship : '
missed it for one reason or another, we are reprinting a church life today.needed in our ALSO."J '

nortion of the column which we are sure is well worth The speaker, Miss Thomasena, 100 beautiful dresses, silks and cottons
reading. The caption: "TWO BOOKS i ABOUT NE : Values I <
GROES": II I I to. $50 each $1.00

"And speaking of Christmas presents, your White FOR SALE Sample Knit.Suit-$5.00
Citizens' Council buddies will hate you if you give them BY SUMMONS
either of the two books I read last week : Richard Evening and Cocktail l, Dresses .....t....:. ,$ $5.00
Wright's "The Long Dream" (Doubleday, $3.95)) and I.bedroom. 1 bath home, beautN All these clothes come;'from wealthy people
Brainard Cheney's "This Is Adam" (McDowell, Obolen- fully landscaped. NW 60th St We are overstocked. Muat"reduce"thi. stock

sky, Yet$3.95.reading) these two_ books would help them under- Very fine PRICE neighborhood.$11,000 Men's Jackets ..........."....... :. :....t.'",. :............. '$1, \m .

stand why there is no turning back for the NAACP; $1600 down-Balance like rent I Pants ...:.;...... ......:.UWt;......;A.....;........,. ...'.,........... .. 0'Suits
Beautiful II I Nice .... .......jfcgT(<'..<.,J......'1.;.\. .....\.,.':..\. 1 ;. ,.' "
.Richard Wright has written a harsh, brutal l, hard- 2-bedroom home on .: .: .. .... ... ,.., .......1I! 3.00
hitting novel that is much like his two best-known books, Villa cerner lot In beautiful| | Orchard I Tux ......h..........'N...'. r. ;. ..... ....,.:..:.......N..1.Nrs.Nr, 6.00

the autobiographical "Black Boy" and "Native Son," his tranaportatlon.sections City Near'water schools, ana Beautiful I Fur Coat.,"'ea-c'11ft IIIf.1.....:.....:,.......'...:.....'... 1000

best Deep elling South novel.left him Wright's with childhood hatred of as the a Negro white in the light aldewalk. Completely street fur Fall Coats .............................'.....;........................... 2.00
man'sworld. nla"H. ,
It is perhaps too late,a for him to learn that though PRICE $13,000 Shorties .................................................'...........;..... 'I.00

anger and bitterness may help to 'correct old evils, they $2,500 first down payment ., Skirts, wool l, print, velvets

seldom produce great fiction Balance like rent Valued $15 .............,.:.................:.............. .25 and .50

dispassionate"This is Adlam" is a different kind of novel-.quiet, 74th 2.bedroom stucco home on NW Blouses, Value $10 ................................................ .25

Dream". both, as yet a work more impressive of art and as than a human"The document Long- portatlon.Terr. Full Near Price school 7950.l and tran. : Shoes Bathing Suits ........................................... ......;.,..:... .25

Brainard Cheney's unique achievement is bringing $750 down $<5 month good brands ......... . .25Grace's
to fife- the Negro Adam and Mrs. Hightower, the widowof 2.bedroom
,jhis beloved boss, two characters "drawn together despite NW list .t. PrIce stucco home near THHnrifflVPACE
tremendous differences ,by a common loyalty to the $750 down $70
Ian)] and to each other." For these specials month call

fr The relations between the. two are as formal and day or night 2518 N.E. 2n e+
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. M6rig;:' Freedom's Road Baby Christening. r\ SATURDAY. .' NOVEMBER 15, '1958 PACE, lit SIf' '

,' At a very 'impresetve' service,
ttt f J.I"R! By RUTH PERRY Eli Edward Boyd Jr.. son of Seek Illegitimacy that pften we can rehabilitate as
high ,as 30 percent" of families
.. .. I- Mr and Mrs. Ell Edward, Boyd, '
', .. . - - - - - Sr., and Elaine Mercie Coney, in with dependent children., ,.., ,
Study -
i Florida t
...Because. ol jthj, Coming. boll,, NOVEMBER 23 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mercie . Duff continued "Why make
days falling near our regular Coney both of 1611 NW 3rd ave. On behalf of the district and I welfare the goat? Everybody In
@ ; ; general Don't forget Sunday Nov. 23, were christened Sunday morning state welfare boards of Florida Florida shares a responsibilityf
memberMitp'me4tftigb"bf the ,when toy Wilkins executive director at St. ,Mary'a W. M. Church, J. Hal tailings, chairman, ,re, for these children"
Miami. Branch have been changed -' of the, ,NAACP will ad with the. Rev. .E. A. Culmer! ? of ported to the State.i Welfare I Meeting,wllbe oNb..r! 20."'At this time" 'there ,:Bethel AME Church at 5:30: p.m. Godparents, for Ell ,Edward Gov., Collins to appoint a. clU' ; ,
!will be a report of the nominating We invite you to attend and give were Mrs. Louise RahmJng., tens' committee to study Illegitimacy
cpmmlttee;. andJf *deeded, your support to an organizationthat James Woody and Mr. ,and Mrs. in Florida "TbI$, problem I ProgramThere
further nominations' front "the Is campaigning for anAmerlba Eugene Nottage. Godparents; for Is a disgrace to'the'state; we ltiel
the floor. The ,annual meeting\ in which( no man is favqred Elaine Merole were Miss Ruth that it is of concern to all 'citizens will be a musical and
and efedioVof+ officers' Vlir be or .rejected solely becauseof "Penny" Ferguson, Mrs. Louise ," he dec'ared.: dramatic program given at St. f
h .d 11. his race, 'color .or religious Thomas D. chairman of l' ter's
on Thursday; Dec Frankly Carter Mrs, Dorothy Duffs African Orthodox ,Church,
Members'! ol the Miami branch faith! Johnson and Norris Desar. District 9 Welthre Board, a: vis; 1725 NW 3rd court on Nov. 19,
an$ asked to make note of these hon itor to the Jacksonville: meeting 8 pm The public is invited to
changes In date and to be'present An elaborate reception in pointed out that the legislature attend an
evening of
or of the christening was held In recent sessions had stymied pleasant
at these two important meetings.
; ....... "r Sunday evening at the adjoining the welfare department' efforts listening, Benefit building fund..
COWABDLY 1'At?B';" h' rX ':';.' homes of the parents, A .crowd to rehabilitate families receiving Canon Charles F. Cooper Is':the\"
of relatives and friends attended. I
welfare aid. "In rector
special projects and Nathaniel Role sponsor
s..1 write this column, my a., around the state, we have proved .
thoughts have been taking this Holsum Wins
direction. It so happens that as +

I alt at my typewriter today Baking ,AwardIt
people throughout ,the United
Schtnliy Dltlllltn G.N.Y.C. 'Blinded Whliky nI l tligttti'U Proof 65* (rail Nivtral Spirit
States Veteran
are celebrating has been announced by the
Day. Nov 11 Armistice Day technical experts In the labora
as It was once called but now tory of the W. K.: Long Co, Independent .
changed to honor all veterans of Baker's Cooperativein I I ,7

wars of the V., Sjl., .should, be a Chicago, Ill., that HOJIUIH ,ci I I'I
day of solemn. pride"and reverence t Bread has won top honors for
for those who have given t i ,ui>erlor quality. ),
their lives (fAr the furtheranceof
country's' ideals. ) The WLong Award syuiLoltztS p )

jour ,: high quality bakery
what'dlrdetfoncan( I one's standard It Is a, prized honor "dt
thoughts take when on> tber.eveof among those bakers all over the .'
kudu a,""da/x>r rtvefwiee.!the nation who compete for it month \

evening, papers, and radio bring! l ly. .
the newel bf another-t cftwaraly Iftft I r' ,
of !Bombing? Veterans of the U.S ,. Zeke Brady, grand organizer of The award to Ho'sum' was pre 1 fq9jSXY..f.t
ara composed of tinsRom({ 'Elks': , recently returned fromlllminl vented by Rowland J, Clark of )
evejry willk 'or\ life, tronl every I Bahamas where he spent. the W. U. Long Co. to Jodean I'.
creed, from every color It*Is a the weekend with the District Cash president: of lIolsulu.cO.J .
true. saying that''bulletstanks\ ) ;1* 'DepuUfs of the Bahamas, Ivan : '. .. I ..r.r1 planes and other Imple- Wallace and DL Lillian Archer
meets of Waf) !dpi pot: :ttanr and Chief Antler of PER Council Beautiful Home on
note th color or No. 108 Sam Wll.Iams.: Your Lot
rellgloiu aiflJatiin. of: a .nana.Frqra . 'The program was a gigantic ::1
li! .- enemy's standpoint, he affair headed by Exalted Ruler 7p< Unu&NoA. t
Is a eo'rll'!rof the"?y., S. and that Harcord Brown of Guiding Star v J
is the only"'consideration.: Lodge, and Temple. Dedicationof '
1 the hall took place Sunday S

Then, 'If this be true, 'from afternoon Nov. 9 at 3 o'clock
what depths of cO'f rdlr.rus' 1 Election of officers was held v
tratlon.jiifrom ,what 'recesses''a of Tuesday night Nov. 11 with r
dark and horrible distortion's; Commissioner and his staff as
the' prtn lplel' and Ideals of guests.of'honor Other distin- Complete building service 4't
America can come these repeated guished guests included Mr. and
?acts of bombing and threats Mrs. Till of Delray Beach, who e PLANNING '
of bombing The only honest own and operate one of Blminl's BUILDING
answer we can give Is that they finest hotels, Dr Jackson Burn. FINANCING t
are acts of perverted mind, a side of Nassau as well AS many Your New Hem
cowardly mind a mind so con White friends
fused and: fearful ,that ,It needs S REPAIRING Mr' 0'
must take,, this .terrible way to Driver Training at S REMODELING w'h
show its, prejudice. and, ''bigotry.k RENOVATING"IU8T ,ACT '. Northwestern Over Twenty Year. of JM

There definitely will be adrivet Construction Experience ,
PsjrcbUtrt) sociologist and training- class instituted ,at Guaranteed ftatosfsctlon
educators" "'fcfiow only too well the Northwestern Senior High I
that prejudice and bigotry if allowed School' Adult Division. Some f
: to go Its unchallenged and people who called to register last Qaaaaaaao w.chenlell :,, ,
unhampered way, will Inevitably week! were misinformed and left L.7
foll ''certain pattern. It' $''t e with the Impression that there (} (]aQ asseav1. '
groups Art set U A pattern ef would be no class. On the con
violence and threats of violence trary the registration office Is NE 64171 :Ji/M 4Jf ..
there is no other mine for this accepting advance registrations 1121 N.W. 29th Street
distortion of the to* take. M the class: which will begin
And- along the same line of early In January Interested persons Miami 4je4 in IM k ...c&Qto//jwto,cut tub J
thought, violence prejudiced direcltd may register by calling the
against one creed or color Evening High School office between
wUr gradually' nieloi'ot U 2,,and 10 p.m. dally, phonePL USE OUR CLASSIFIED --
are> as fog %preadover: tie '14-11411." COLUMNS (FOR RESULTS!. JrMafrfr.rsuWraoMl l..sr7t>tIo>Alilfrftl erlNflfllReUMlWlrfrlt>MD 1r
HOP ATBerkley's
!% .
IV Is the accepted'thought 'that
coming Integration In, the South
has't set -off the trigger of the ,Roberta Martin SingersIN Cut RateWHERE
bate gUIII. 1t must be-rioted; however -
that Negroes,.JUt, not the QUALITY LIES
onlt, recipients of the hate guns.
It has ttJn&w\4 as an Inevitable CONCERT 120)) N W 3rd Ave. FR 4-2376
patternrthat: Jewish temples have
been .threatened and bombed -
Cathole and Protestant churches ANN SMITH

are now threatened. Bigotry, Indeed CllltlMTMAH ITEMS 11'MW. llfwkrtft ............ '').

obscures, ,Is .an all,enveloping vestlg of cloud democracy that-: WITH HER.VOLUNTEER Dola! ................ 8.40 4.0M IUm,,trr* ........ 1.10 A a.OH

; justice: and fair play. CHOIRLongshoreman Horn and Ten Nets Breakfast Held

I believe that now some action ChrifttniaN Lights (to 'pM.;) ............... 4KO:

will be taken. There must, t be>> a .. FRIDAY 79* to 3,40 FAIL ;MKWCINKH,
stiffening of federal state mud
Ifolricr Meta DHf 7JM
local' law against unprincipled I'atlM-r John ,... 7B* 4!,"JWHwwiip ,t A
and 'unrestrained acts and threat Nora 21 ChrMniM Snow and *

of violence.; Leaders and spokesmen irr'es ..._.......... toe 2fl* Hoot .... 75* A 1.33
'' for various groups have so '
stated. It Is, not too soon. Prejudice ; ; : 8':00 p.ns. Plastic Jules Seta ........ 60. ttuiwr }4-ti ..,. 4,OH '' 0,03

has gotten u bead start t .
and the forces of law and ordar Hall
mast be firm and strong enough SHOP AT BARKLEY'S EVERY WEEK

to overtake this evil and over 816 N.W. 2nd Are. When Price Are Right

come unique This, a is country America founded- a Donation $1.00 1201 N.W :1r.1 Av..."... i t_

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SET FOR FILM Homes and Lots for sale in all areas of Dade County

Social Security OPENINGSammy Reasonably priced LISTINGS WANTED

Davis Jr. Is making 742 NW 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-3297
'" special plans to be on hand in
Ry EDWARD RLONSTON the same rules followed in the Chicago on Nov. 26 for the pre S. Hutcheson, Jr., Registered Real Estate Broker
(Manager of the Miami (North) case of children qualifying for miere of his first dramatic mo

(G;) .JO PHIsitt litmus; rwPSIn social security benefits under 18. tion picture, "Anna Lucasta."
Applications for childhood disability
the first article in this
series, I touched briefly on two cases which were rejected According to a spokesman for

of the most important changes because of should lack be of reflled proof of at Davis, he will take one day oft FOR BETTER PICTURES . See
dependency and Beas"in
made in the disability provisionsof from filming orgy
the social district
social security law. Theyr security Hollywood to fly to the open
the '
Under the 1958 amendments, Oriental Theater, the Johnson of MiamiDinners
re the removal of one of the ing at the
work requirements, and the payment 1isbl'ity benefits may now be "House of Hits." Also, the
paid for months as far back as
of benefits to the depen- spokesman announced that
12 if Parties Weddings Passports
months before application, -
draws the exciting
dents of insured workers who who
all' other for
requirement qualifications
are eligible for monthly disability Johnson portrayal In the SecurityUnited Home Movies
are met, but in no case
benefits. The 1958 amend Artists release, has
ments made other significant One for any month before July the, 1957 agreed to make pitches for the Baby Pictures A Specialty
requirement is that applicant
changes in the law relating to disabled programs. lIe follows in the town
must have been
which I shall discussin I picture on Chicago radio and TV
disability for at least 6 months; no pay Eartha 409 N.W. 17th Street FR 7-2294
this article. his co star in the film,
ment be made In before
The change in the work requirements can the seventh month any case of a Kltt, who is scheduled for pro ,... "" "" "" ...... ...... "- ... ... ...
will enable some disabled worker' disabllty. It you applied motional appearances there be

people who previouslycould for disability benefits after December fore the premiere.Miss _. JII_,_, ,.,...c-IfC' ."'"

not have their social security 1957 and were found Kitt, who plays the title
record 'frozen," or who eligible you need not apply role in "Anna Lucasta," arrive STRENGTH SERVICE SECURITY

could not get disability paymentsat again. Your back payments will in Chicago Nov. 12 for three
or after age 50, to qualify be paid to you automatically.And days of plugging the picture on I
Central Life Insurance Co.
now. These are workers speaking of automatic radio and TV.
were found to be too severely
disabled for further substantial payments, if your social security
gainful activity but who had not disability benefits have been reduced Your Friendly Company

worked at least 1% years out of I or denied entirely becauseyou
the three yearn right before they are getting some type of RWISWRM4ASUFFERERS....' .

became d1Bab:ed.I Federal or State disability pay

recall, in particular, the ease ments, you will now start receiving Offering
of Mr. J. When he applied for payments to you will no 9 TO*MAT laY MITTU HMB, MlllallJn.1'Sna. .
longer be affected by the amountof .-=aDM,MOVOMM.M OTMCB_
disability protection last year, ho _SCALP 5tSAT 1N. tsa.OLw rfiV.. 20 Year Payment Life & Educational Endowment
was found to be too severely such ,other disability pay- low.Taa/.ross aril, or rio tcALDIII Endowment at Age 65 at Age 18
work. lie ments It is not 'necessary for you Arm OCiIO. Aa 10ft DOCTOR, 0ooo.atssAtTK.w
had dLabled:: worked for under further social security 'to do anything about it. You oR aA&aD AFOOT P A1-IR... Paid-up Life & 20 Payment Life

5 oat of the 10 years before his will receive your full social security ; Endowment at Age 6$ 15 Year Endowment

disability etlll began holds.- r Mr.requirementwhich J's type matically disability, beginning payments with auto the -e.; ,!!fj Juvenile Estate Builder Whole Life

of disability, however, was one benefits for August, 1958. Mortgage Redemption 15 Payment Life

I hat developed gradually. It was - Health Hospitalization 20 Year Endowment
diagnosed as chronic gouty arthritis -
combined with progressive THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" Home Office

heumatold. He had been able to
work Intermittently during the PAGE 6 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1958 1416 North Boulevard, Tampa, Fla.

three years before he became .
I h uta. .y disabled: but not enough Branch Offices
to meet the "1% out 3 years"
tlt-qulremeut benefits. If Mr. J. Board Denies Carver BRADENTON OCALA
and other disabled workers whose DAYTONA BEACH ORLANDO

claims for the 'freeze" or benefit FT. LAUDERDALE PANAMA CITY

payments were denied for slm FT. PIERCE PENSACOLAJACKSONVILLE

liar reasons, will get in touch Students ST. PETERSBURG
with the social security office and Transfer LAKELAND TALLAHASSEE .
tile new applications, their
claims will now be valid. School children can't switch fd. "It Is possible to operate a
The change in the law relate schools just because their play I very fine educational program Miami Offices 176 N'.W. 14th Street

ing to benefits for dependents of ground is small. SuperintendentJoe with the facilities they now THE TIME TO INSURE IS

disabled family breadwinnerswill Hall said last Wednesday at have." NOW'r'
be of help to Mr. J. as well a hearing for nine pupils seeking I
as to many disability beneficiaries admission to White schools. :: ', '

now on the rolls. Mr. J., The pupils, all enrolled at
now over age 50, has two child George Washington Carver "

ren under 18 who are in the Schoo', contended through their
i are of Mrs. J. Under the law, as Attorney L. E. Thomas
.amended, Mrs. J. and the child being denied equality of oppor *
i en now are eligible for monthly tunity" because of their small
Itayments as the dependents of a playground area.
qualified disabled worker. Dependents
No action taken at t h
was o -
of disabled worker
hearing, which out of
rose complaints
beneficiaries who can now
: over the playground BAKER'SNO
qualify for benefits are: Children -
space and'Is not related to
I under 18, a disabled child
NAACP attempts to force court-
over 18 whose disability began IIt.
ordered Integration.Hafll .
before that age, a: wife aged 62
/ testified the school administration
or older a dependent husband 65
or over, or a wife under age 62 is 'taking steps to i k.
make the
If she is caring for' a child entitled I playground facilities:
to benefits. While payments I more satisfactory." :t
"I would not say they are'
to dependents of disability
beneficiaries begin with September completely' inadequate" he add

1968, they cannot start until
an application Is filed throughthe MONEY DOWN
social security: office. LOTS FOR SALE

Another change in the law Affects
Easy Terms
children who became disabled
before 18. Under the Build on your lot
lake *
ffly .
old law, they were not eligible .r mine *
I,' ' ', .,"' > ;: for benefits unless proof couldbe We take care of financing >
shown that they were receiving -
at least one-half of their support NO MONEY DOWN s s .

from the parents upon whose Cash paid for your lots 01
social security record the child's: home
benefit would be based Proof of s 1 S

rupport is no longer required. A Baron, JE 8-1340
disabled child is now considered
dependent on his parents under

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B.T.W. Alumni Homecoming Queen THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples New.paper"SATURDAY

NOVEMBER 15, 1958 PAGE 7

Attendants and Majorettes i

Pictured, In center, Is Joan
Williams, BTW Alumni Associa If t n ni nto i be past. Instead, the dance will
tlon homecoming be he d the following Saturday
queen, at left
I Is Patricia Nichols, attendant night, Nov. 22 at 8 o'clock at
and at right, Miss Carolyn tho beautiful, spacious BTW
Spicer, attendant Tin with music by Robert Jones
At left below is Miss Eunice and his orchestra It., homecom .
I lug time at BTW on Nov 20AUemliuit.
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'ad w

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l Jo,\\ \\im\Ms
The Queen 1

Mann, majorette, and right Mis t,
Esther Livingston Drown, majorette JJtOl.'S
V" .
I PATItiriA MC1IOLS Queen Joan and her attendants ('.\ SPleim;
. AttendantiUMCE will reign over the homo. .
I coming festivities at Booker
T Washington High School on I __ "'I>1't _
next Thursday, Nov. 20. ,
The alumni majorettes will
lead the giant homecoming pi
rade which wi.l precede the
:ame and the beautiful float will
bring up the rear of the spoc-
j ;. tacle But between the major
pttes and their float will come

ti long line of float, marching In Fine Whiskey. .
S i units and other attractions, rep
resenting practically all of tho '
classes and other organizationsIn FLEISCHMANN'Sis
the school. The parade will
begin at 6 p.m, on Thursday and F
wi.l; pass through the principal the BIG buy I
streets of the city and will end
at Dorsey Park rMwM.r. i it
The strong grldders of Moultrle n.
High School or Georgia, will be 1 3' t
the opponents In the homecoming 90 PROOF is why!
game Game time 1 is 8,10:

The customary tradition will --- -
be changed this year with the annual -
r- ;! lI
dance. The dance will not -
I MANN! Majorette I be held following the game as in *THICK 14. nUOUN, Majorette Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted,
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NKW: YORK CITY -- (ANIM) f ___ '
By A. H. McKENZIE -- :; "'<,
Miss Mattiwilda Dobbs, whoso '
NU..NN..M..NNNNNNNNNMNMMN._...................._...._.._...__ I charming Ringing voIce has o ,/., 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522:
II I thrilled her audiences' In thU .
Sir Grantley and Lady Adams Ellington TopsIn country and abroad, will sing the
spent a short visit In Nassau on role of Olympia for the first
Oct 29 as the plane stopped on Paris time at the Merlopolltan Opera
their way to Jamaica. He wes met PARIS (ANP>>) Duke i louse
by representatives of the press I Ellington received a standing II: She will sing the role which FALL SPECIALS
and others at the International ovation upon the cone.union, of Offenbach Leg Centos d'Hoff-
Airport The Prime Mlnlsttr was : his first concert here at tho mann has Its first performance
returning from Canada, wherehe Palais de Challlot. of the season Cleaned
signed an agreement with 1 Duke is on an European tour And
Prime Minister John Dlefen with his band.CALLING. PANTS Pressed 450
baker for ten million dollars in I
aid of the West Indian Federa ALL I 3 for $1
tlon for a five.year period. DORSEY ALUMNI ELECTRIC : -. -

Fifty.six.year old Per c y Al Attention all students who SERVICE
bury of Shirley Heights has a graduated In the class of 1949. : PlainCleaned
clean...record and Is a man who Please meet at Dorsey Junlot Electrical Contractor DRESSES 89
carried on his person large sums High School on Sunday Nov 16 HOUSEWIRING"Don't & Pressed
of money on his way home from at 4:30: p.m, room five, the old!
his business at night; but he was library. We would like to organize cuss Call us" - -
found with an unlicensed pistol. and plan for a real cass: PHONE NE 8-3058 Laundered
The court fined him $140. reunion. Call and notify all 00
classmates Night or Day SHIRTS
I $1
Joseph Laroda, 98, died at his Mrs Annette McNeal 5 for .
home on October 28. He had lived E. C. Edwards, Act. Chrrn. Ij I

at Fort Flncastle for a num I ., ,. _..__. .. ..., . .- j :"
years.Miss -i! : ""


choir daughter Francis of Mr., was and married Mrs Mel-to Large 3 & 4 Bedroom 2 Bath : With Each $2.00 Order

Carl E. Ingraham on Oct. 25. MODERN HOMESWith .
The Rev Fr. John Taylor conducted Patios
Florida Rooms and
the ceremony at St. Agnes t

John Allan Stuart died at the GOLDEN HEIGHTSA "I
Princess Margaret Hospital on
Oct. 25. He was a former mem Planned Community with a parkIn
ber of the staff o*. Telegraph
Department. He lived In England Fast Growing FORT LAUDERDALE

for a number of years, but because $1,500 DOWN-Balance less than rent
of ill health returned to
Nassau about two years, ago. His Call or write: '

back health to Improved England and last year he went but Golden Heights Land Company 627 N. W. 2nd Avenue < ;

had to come back to Nassau 1600 N.W. 24th Terr., Fort Lauderdale I
early this year. Phone LU 3.7720 Miami Florida , f ft J

He is survived by his mother, {
one brother aid two Bisters. I f


chaplain Clarence W. Eugene Stevens;:i*:.West Palm
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE Range Heads Miami; Beach. "
Seniors, Miami; parliamentarian.I'

8 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1958 District 1 MorticiansThe -

first regional district of F

.. .. .. .. ....... ... Florida morticians met Tuesday,
M.V-V F\.I\.A.-V A.A. 'V.V/V.' - - --- .
Nov. 11 at the Denton Funeral dally 9 a.m. 6 p.m. Sat. 9 a.m. 1 pm,
Home In Ft. Lauderdale with
JUST BROWSlttJ'PAUL the Broward County Funeral D-!
lectors serving as host Seaboard' Medical CenterALSO
Detailed reports were accepted
from the officers after which
all offices were declared vacant.
-..... ---- ......."""" ---... -..-- -1,'...... -..-....... George W. Benton, past state .

In New York City the Board ot School Hoard to take positive president, conducted the electionof
Education finds that among its steps to achieve Integration in the following new officers: 2188 N.W. 7th Ave. Phone FR 3-2691
35,000 public school teachers, its district where the four public Oscar Range, Miami chair
there were 375 communists, ot schools have been closed. man; vice chairman, L. Poltier, (Next to Sealxwml Railway)
these, 249 resigned retired How and when this will be Pompano; secretary, Mrs. G. P.
after being notified to appear for done was left up to Federal Dis. Coleman, West Palm Beach;
questioning; 34 resigned or re tract Judge John E. Miller of treasurer, L. L. Richardson Jr.,

tired while under investigation, Arkansas and the school board. l 7'i)" }1jjIJl u"}LU_}.IJl, .uw..uw...1W.DON'T \. ..,,,......,. .....I'I'ii'7nn.."........._--{'-\,.
but before they were called for
interviews.One NAACP Executive Secretary
hundred and twenty-six Roy Wilkins will speak at Greater
admitted they were former mem Dethel AME Church on Sun
bers of the party, but proved to day afternoon, Nov. 23. Do not
tho satisfaction of the board that miss hearing him.
they had left the party and no
longer subscribe to Its views, t>o Home Builders Show at Din BE A
they are now teaching in the ner Key, Nov. 1623.

Governor Collins' Interim Book Review program Sunday, c
Committee is studying a plan Nov. 16 at Richmond Heights. TheGet Band
that If necessary will enable Hear Miss L. L. S'cinner: In "Nor On Wagon
bright Florida students to go to Scrip Nor Shoes."
college on credit, 'get an education -r
pay for it later That Is if The St. Louis Cardinals pur To freedom
one cannot afford to pay as hegoes. chased Jesse Douglas of the
Another thing, you'll have Memphis Red Sox, the Negro
to teach in Florida, if you hap American League Club. Douglasis
pen to be out of state. More an outfielder.
about this later. '
--- The Negro Actors Guild, led by JOIN THE
You might not have had time: Leigh Whipper and Tom Moseley :
to. read Columnist Fred Shaw In'' took a group of Negro and White
the Miami Herald last Sunday, entertainers over to the New
so I am borrowing a portion of York Universlty-Bellevue Institute
it for you, here it Is: of physical medicine and rehabilitation
"In Nashvl'le, Tenn., last to entertain Roy c
week Segregationist John Kas- Companella: fellow patients. C
per was convicted for incitingto NAACPNOWIJI
Nashville school C
during Henry Reed, a brick mason,
disorder last fall. An
integration 1345 C
24th st., has been arrestedfor
all white jury deliberated for
making threatening calls to t
two hours and 16 minutes and
Mayor Robert King High. H>(
reports a verdict of guilty. Judge could be E
sentenced to 90 days iu
Homer Weimar sentenced Kasperto I Jail and fined $500, if convicted -
six months in the workhouseand .
a fine of $500. A new trial .
January 1 our
has been set for Dec." Metro
government will have a
planning director to assist Man
Listen folks, whoever you may ager O. W. Campbell. He is PaulC.
be, why don't you keep from, Watts of Washington, D. C.
going around the back doors oi
.... ....
those eating places where you The National Science Founda .--
spend your money. Even thoughyou tlon has appropriated
go to the back, they are $7 million for 32 colleges nearly and Advance The Cause of DEMOCRACY

-threatened-with bombs teachers universities of slated science to and reach mathe-1,500 Liberate The Minds And Hearts of Those Enslaved

In Ocala, Holly Kendrick, 84, matics. Of this amount $230,000 With HATE And PREJUDICESHELP
was burned to death on Monday I has been awarded Tuskegee Institute
night when his home was destroyed to heap: Improve high
by tire after a kerosene dchool science and mathematics PROTECT THE DEMOCRATIC
lamp exploded. teachers.

There have been some Inter ..
esting programs going on In our
schools this week celebrating! CHILD CARE Make FREEDOM Ring From Every MountainsideMake
Education Week. They began on
Sunday. Will care for your child ten.
derly In my home. YOUR COMMUNITY A Safe Place to Live 3
A Federal Appeals Court on 1147 N.W. 6h Ave.
Monday ordered the Little Rock I 3
--- -
Make Essential

THAN 10,000 HOUSING UNITSIN .... .---....

"Equality, freedom, and tolerance are essential in a democratic government

The Largest Organization of 4 The NAACP has done much to preserve these principles and

its Kind in The South Serving to perpetuate the desires of our founding fathers.?

Colored People"For J. EDGAR HOOVER

L. L. BROOKS Director, Federal Bureau of InvestigationTHIS
Fast, Efficient Service": Call PRESIDENT

.... .----....


'l These Community-Minded Businesses and Persons:

.. MYRICK'S FUNERAL HOME, 236 N.W. 7th St., Phone FR 9.5381

Business Associates:
1860 N.W. 73rd ST. PL 8-9827 Mrs. Evelyn Evans; Dr. J. M.'Smith; Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson, Bus. Mgr.

3461 GRAND AVE. HI 4-447

4240 N.W. 27 AVE. NB 53460 DR. C. H. WILLIAMS, Optician, 1213 N.W. 3rd Ave., Ph. FR 4-3106
7102 'N.W. 14TH AVE. PL 1.0327
6241 N.W. 17TH AVE. PL 89900 ECONOMY DRUG STORE 1101 N.W. 3rd Ave., Phone FR 3-7351

17325 PerrIne HOMESTEAD AVE.' V* CE 5-3533 BARKLEY'S CUT-RATE, 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave., Phone FR 4-2376

1022 N.W. 6TH .
Ft. Lauderdale ST. JA 2-3474 SERVICE DRUG STORE, 1240 N.W. 3rd Ave., ,Phone FR 9-9380

339 RD.HAMMONDVILLE. Pompano WE 3.3235 FAMOUS CHEF CAFE, 832 N.W. 2nd Ave., FR 9-9380 r

144(0 Opa N.W.Lock 22ND AVE. MU 8-0617 DR. C. R. HOGAN, D.D.S., 819 N.W. 3rd Ave., Phone FR 4-3659

.10U 2100 N.W.N.W.6th 3rd STREETFt. CT. PR 4-6331 RICHARDSON'S MORTUARY, 334 N.W. 10th St., Phone FR 1.7679

Lauderdale JA 2.3474

1163 N.W. 3rd AVE.. FR 3-8416 I a <.

-"'.,W do It/JI I.' e e ".- - -".' /..i1'rii"J! ," .- ".- I.' .. '.' ;. ; ,
v .M

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Newspaper"SATURDAY butter statues and was at one /Iu11II" __ ,_ ,
1111.\2UlIII'Ilml1lllU 1'IU 1m Wi utq mu UK! "" IoU)oISl
NOVEMBER 15, 1958 time head chef for the famous
PAGE 9 Toots Shor Restaurant in New
York City.

................................... ....................................................-..- LIB rgtvt
asked me If I would
or could investigate having the
Around Miami people of Miami select an unofficial IN .IISATE

Mayor of Miami. Well,
that's up to you folks . the
By DAVE (Mr. awln,,) BONDU readers of the Miami Times, I, NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.

___.___...._._.......................................................___Uu___._._.......... for one, think it would be nice
n --------n.n. ........ to have a Negro named the unofficial .

WHILE read- Mayme told me to take it In the mayor of Miami, as it !NOW PLAYING
ing the Sunday ) beginning) they fixed it for $5.50 Is done In most major cities

Want ad section,I with a guarantee. Y'all (and around the country. 'It the right
it came to mind me) will: have to stop being man is picked, he would be a
the title of the: taken by these appliance ser person you could take your prob.
book,.. "God., i* vices that over charge us for lems to and he in turn could
For White minor repairs. Check around to present them to the City Fathers
Folk ." I don't a couple of places before you Maybe we could achieve some of
know how many say "OK flxit" And let me know the things that we are all striv
jobs were listed, who the ones are that overchargeand ing for, such as: better living

but as far as I we will let others know conditions, lower prices on

can pee, where There Is a large profit in the re house, etc :.Remember, It's the
.mm - tall of tubes for TV and radio people who have the power and l
the Negro la concerned, there If
and we must look twice. you think an unofficial
Isn't anything he do Take mayor
can except
just is
dig ditches, throw garbage my word for It, on TV's tho, go needed, drop a card to me, aS t81w1T
I to TV Joe's, care of the Miami Times }a' .
work in gardens and other things are the best Garth and if
that no one else wants to do. I've come across In a long time ject has Reeves feels that the pro ,
and they are honest merit, I'm sure we will
find a way to present it tn ovn....
M.YOn HIGH has cracked one so that it- -- -- 'I llAi4fiN udrTHEWESL
Till: JIM benefit the
JAM Club bas
down on the numbers racket andhe cut community As of
and other high officials wonder Its show night to three nights ways-"Live! Life now and al
Friday, Saturday and Every Golden.
why the numbers racket isso Sunday. Minute of it" Peace
prevalent in the Negro area, On Thursdays the club will pre -
and I believe I know the answer. sent an amateur night They
There are no decent jobs for the have a new band on hand and of 111

Negroes of Dade County, and the star course spot.Chickle Home is In tho I iTTzTHEATRE ORIt lb1'QKtSOOPE 1
cost of living is so high that the I
salaries will hardly cover food, bptedihu Uapidklis$ y '4!
shelter and clothing not to mention 01TICKK Jimmy Wll
recreation and an occasional son would like all parents of SUN. MON. TUES TORN FROM THE DARK HEART
teenagers to
luxury. The few pennies that keep their children: ..
are left from the oost of these' off the streets after midnight. As "The Hunters" Tfio Story of The Sky-Devil
I Jimmy sez, "kids out in the
necessities are played the
numbers with a hope that on there streets after midnight can lead Robert MlUlmni ..And His
to trouble," and he Isn't
will be a few dollars extra froma kidding \
If your child Is out after that Fiery,
"hit" to help with a past due
bill or a movie for the family.NOW time, KNOW WHERE HE IS or "Fort Dobbs" Fragile ;; "
be with him lie can be picked
Clint Wftlker
I up because of the boy he Is with China lI '
<< number
and think his friend is
0 K
*. for it is not for me to take Dolll Jr I
I part In the numbers game either
way but I am Interested In seeing i I LPKKiiNrii) : > imt MAID I : ,
that the available The M"
Negro of Dade "Dig any CAPITOLTHEATRE -
County Is considered for better offers T ? T I received a letter "
jobs and better opportunitieswhich from Ray Mitchell and he six ,
I sincerely believe will cut that the North.South Golf J'
(the gambling to a minimum Tourney next year will be bigger Tri, Sat i Hun. Moil. TIIPM
and better than ever ;
6-hays-II f
NOW \\K were born in this I

country, and there- are places rilKTTY GIRL of the Week: GAILY cool'J n In y, r ft1NN Ittrlrl
where where we are not allowedto Mrs Doris Piper wife of (Drum ii iiSTARTS
go; there are no resaurants mer Man, Eddie) . Policemanof
downtown where we can shop the Week: James Howe . Man of The West

mid eat; there no movie ,housesIn Teacher of the Weec: : Mrs. Hazel Audle Murphy In

the downtown area where we I Wright . Best Laugh of the "The Gun Runnen"BUNCHE
can see: a first'run Dlcture. yet Week: Get Thora Keel to give THURSDAY
[Copies from all over the world you the answer to a bunch or

fan come to America and get dogs chasing a cat (western ,
hotter Jobs, better places to liveat style). MADISON
cheaper rates, patronize any
Hub or restaurant they want and DISHING Tim DIRT: Raid
I repeat what a Cuban fellow one woman to another at a local FLEMING
said to bar: "Yes he's married THEATRE OPA LOCKA RHONDA
me once, 'This is a dif and I'm I
TII. NA 17822
fruit country to understand . not his wife, but If you so muchas
I'm look at him I'.l. SUN. MON. TUES.
treated better than you are scratch your ,
and you are an American citizen eyes out" . We'd like to say
by birth." welcome to Miami to William C. ALAN LADI In 'i /vt\\-\: :

Howard, famous French chef "THE BADLANDS" f _
Mr. Howard is spending his vacation nunClark ( P
O. W. CAAirilKLL; the Metro
at the Sir John Pool until Gable
Bounty Manager, as I understand the middle of the month, then
Is doing a good Job . butlj file back to the pantry of the Sidney I'oltler in AN f Y?
'o"s he Intend to Include the Green Mansions where he will 1 "Band of Angels'' ALLIED'"
Negro In the Jobs offered? I amRllklng take over as head chef. William, ARTISTS nl s %gty ,p, ,,,-

about the Jobs such as a world renowned chef, Is famous I f c7uaE ( ._ t
lephone operators, bus driven
for his Ice
carvings and
store Advertise It !
clerks and other white col Pays
lar jobs other than our school r J ,44 t?

teachers Where are the Negro ,. g

foremen, building Inspectors, RUPTURED ?- --
clerical workers for the county?

This is a growing city and a progressive
: city where there are You can be FREE from TRUSS 81A\.my. New \on-Surgical,

men and women qualified for Palnletw Office Treatment. LOW COST. NO LOST TM1K.
these positions that hare not '

been offered to them. All that U Pile Rectal Diseases
needed Is a chance to prove
themselves If the Mayor and Mr. . A General Health Service t

Campbell and other commission- Reducing 21 S.W. 13th Ave Fit 2748 !
ere would help to open these j rr4
sobs for the Negroes.

lt ...>flllllt t>ltllltlt l>M1tIt>A1tfIDvlVMlt>It7 . ..... OBE
I'U:!.*SK, CE\'Tl.EUEN': .) n't '
keep the Negro In the back yard *COLOR
or the .t
ditches. Help the man who z Har riANKII LAIN
has '
helped educate himself so else that'sUUWNiTWO /'
that he win be prepared for
these betttr paying Jobs only to

neither have to take something that will MOST AHAZIVS CHARACTERS YOU EVER HOI

t benefit himself, his tam1 -
# or his community because he ifK
has no offer to use his talent- TOPS IN LISTENING
Help him to l lift his chin up and
J be a better citizen, and we will
have a bigger and better Miami. 0 THE KING COLEMAN SHOW

but anytime J find
a place where
I can are you some money and THE BUTTERBALL SHOW

you can still get quality, I'm o LOCAL NEWS WITH ELLIOTT J. PIEZE
filling to let you know where
that place is. Last week I took McCALL '
my TV to
set to 6 or 7 different :
Places, and each place gave mea .! LtNtOOMTMDM ws fUC t.'fte&'_ "

( different. price for the TV rePair. 800 ON YOUR RADIO ..GWUlI.{ jpIKAU'riaIt N11iN Ml N00lfI '-""" : "Tof.1
One ,
place gave me a priceof .

$::.60. another. $8.50., TV .'Jl a. ... .. --i----r .-i . $ N
.Joe on NE 2nd ave.. (where _... _""' "...<

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/, revival Is in full swing and special service of dedicationfor

will continue into next week. The parents and children will be
Rev. J. H. Johnson of W e s t held at the First Unitarian

Palm Beach, who is known up Church, Dixie Highway at SW
and down the East Coast for his 20th Road on Sunday, Nov. 16 at
''I evangelistic preaching, is delivering 11 a.m. Rev. Glenn O. Cantield.mnlster ,

soul-searching messages will speak on "Does
I. .uP.r Cftu I every night. The public is In I Life Have a Purpose" The
'vited. Come out and bring your Liberal Religious Youth Group

r 'ut friends. will! meet at the church that
J'.U Deacon W. E. Hepburn, evening at 6:30.:

: chairman of the Deacons' Board
:: and pioneer member, died Mon' On Wednesday Nev. 19, 8:15:
day night. He had Just returned p.m. the church will:! present a

-- GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. home from services at the church forum on the topic, "How We
when he became ill He was Can Help Our Community Prepare
THE MIAMI TIMES"!]I rhe Peoples' Newspaper"DAY James E. Culmer pastor taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital for School Desegregation"

-,-- "' Eddie Edwards, clerk but died soon after arrival. The name of the speaker will be
PAGE 10 SATUR ''NOVEMBER 15, 1958 Sunday School............... 9:30: a.m The body will lie in state at the announced.

Morning worship .... ........ 11:00 church Friday from 10 p.m. un.,
Westminster Fellowship .... 6 p.m 1 '
til Saturday, 2 p.m. when funeraj
ST. MATTHEW AMEZ BAHA'I ASSEMBLYChester I services will be held.
GREATER NEW BETHELRev. I'I'I 1835 N.W. 58th StreetFr.

1628 N.W. 5th Ave. Davidson Jr., of Miami E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar
Rev. A. H. Ferguson, pastor Shores, will speak on the sub W. K. Smith, pastor ST. FRANCIS XAVIER Veronica O' erry, reporter

Sunday School ................ 9:45: am feet, "Can World Peace be Mrs. R. Conley clerk N.W. 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. Winter Schedule
Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m. Maintained?" at the Baha'l Center The pastor delivered a wonderful 'Phone FR 9-1424 Sundays:

Evening worship ............ 7:30 p.m 137 NW 11th ave., 7:45 p.m. .sermon Sunday morning on MASSES Church School and

Sunday Nov. 16. All races and the subject "There Is No Difference Daily .................................. 8 a.m Adult Bible Class .... 9:30: a.m.
ST. MATTHEW FREEWILL Faiths are cordially Invited. Between The Greek and Sunday....... 7 a.m. & 8:30 ajn Solemn Sung Mass and

The bus will leave the churchat Jew." He declared that God Is Sermon .................... 11:00: a.m.
408 N.W. 21st Street Midnight, Nov. 22. Let's all rich unto all who put complete ST. MARY'S W. M. E., Y. C. Meeting ........ 6:00 p.m.
J. B. Woodley pastor
Rev. go to Tampa and bring our pas
His Solemn Evensong and
trust in Him and upon
Bro. Nathaniel Thomas reporter tor back home. name. Mrs. S. Dawklns, reporterRev Sermon ......... ............. 7:30: p.m
E. A. Culmer, pastor
called to
Sunday School was Tuesday:
order at 10 a.m. by Bro. Williams ST. JAMES BAPTISTBTU The Willing Workers Beautification Sunday Schoo began at the St. :Vincent's Acolyte Guild

Club celebrated a successful Rehearsal................... 5:30
................................ 5:30 pun. usual hour with John Bulla/d p.m
At 11:40: the morning service Evening Worship ............ 7:30 anniversary. Their anniversary presiding. The classes took their Wednesday:
was led by Bro. Cooper. Rev. always welcome p.mVisitors I reached its glorious peakas respective places with the teach- Low Mass .................... 6:30: a.m.

Woodley preached a wonderful Sunday School........... 9:39 tjn they crowned Bro. E M. Russell ers at their posts. The lesson was Evensong and Meeting of
sermon. The No. 3 choir rendered Morning Worship ........ 11:00: a.m and Sis. M. D. Newbold their I'' reviewed by the Rev. H. V. Guild of Our Lady... 8:00: p.m.
the songs. 323 N.W. 14th St. king and queen after all the con Stuart. Thursday:

At 3 p.m. the No. 2 and No. 3 Rev. J. L. Johnson pastor testants reported the sum of The pastor was in charge of The Choir of St. Michael'sAnd
Mrs. Dorothy R. Newton, All Angels
Invited to Rev. Sunday Services the 11 a.m. service. The Rev.
choirs were head of the English Departmentof I Town Rehearsal .................... 5:30: p.m.
Richardson's church and JamesE. Louis C. Pinder from Alice ,
Senior High i Friday:
MARTIN MEMORIAL AME Northwestern I Bahamas deliveredthe
Scott Center in Liberty Cfty. Eleuthera ,
to St. Cecelia's Choir
School, spoke encouragingly I
He from
At 7 p.m. the Rev. Woodley Richmond Heights the group. sermon. Rehearsal.... ............. 8:00: p.m.
another wonderful sermon I Jeremiah 2. Two babies were
preached NOTE: Sundays Solemn Mass
Rev. Albert] Jones, pastorTo ,
I baptized. The No. 2 choir ren
No. 2 choir eang. Rev. C. M. McCleary delivered High Mass and Benediction ot
Let us remember the sick and all members and friends of the evening message after which dered music with Mrs. G. Me- the Blessed Sacrament on All
those in need. the men of Martin Memorial do the Sons of Harmony rendered a Ford at the organ and No. 1 Feast Days.Weekends.

sincerely thank you for the wonderful musical program in behalf of our I ushers served. : Low mass on all
FIRST BAPTISTRev. responded to Men's Day The 7pm. devotion was led
way you forthcoming program. holy and Saints' Days.
their call on their first Men's Sunday Nov. 16, the Young by the pastor He preached from Solemn Sung Mass 6 a.m. on
W. J. Macon, pastor Hebrews 11:27; theme, 'Faith
Matrons Invite the public to at all Feast Days.BETHEL.
Mrs. Sara E. Scott secretary Day.A tend their anniversary. They That Never Falls Though Press
special! thanks to Charles L. ed by Every Foe." Everyone was
will have as their guest the
Women's Day at First Baptist BAPTIST
Williams for the deliverance ofa
huge success from the chapter No. 30. Order of East: blessed by the Holy Spirit. No. 1
was a service throughout the wonderful message at our ern Star and Pallbearers. choir rendered music with Mrs. Rev. L. R. Ross Pastor
morning morning servlc1, also the Rev. H. Higgs; at the organ and No. Sla. Nannette Greer, reporter
The speaker for the morningwas
day Alfred Thompson, the men'schoir 2 ushers served.
Richmond Heights
Mrs. A. Mlcklns of Mt. OH- TRINITY WESLEYANRev.
a'l from St. Paul to Co
1 The public is invited to attenda
vett Baptist Church. Mrs. Mick Inspiration was the keynote of
in chose for her subject, "Ed conut Grove. George E. Johnson, pastor play "Let My Peoptle Go" our services beginning with Sun
and Democracy" In May we also thank the Rev. H. Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter Sunday at 7:30 p.m. No admission day School which was largely attended
ucation Education Week M. Salmon for a beautiful mes Sunday School.................. "a.m but silver offering. and conducted by the
being keeping celebrated with in the public sage at our evening service, also Morning worship ................... ll:0t: ( superintendent.The .

schools She made a very inspiring the Rev. C. D. Perry, founder Young People's Meeting 5 p.m MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. religious activities In and
and former pastor of Martin Memortal. around the church are movingon
address that even the Junior
MT. SINAI BAPTIST E. M. Thomas pastor
nicely. The pastor with the
members of the church could un Phyllis Myers reporter ,
derstand. A thank you to all other pit Rev S. A. Thomas, pastorD. help of his officers and committees
tlclpants and your kindness shall B., reporterThe "Hear my prayer, 0 Lord, and has already begun to line
services broughtto "
The evening
my cry come unto thee.
never be forgotten up a wonderful program for the
a close, the financial rally Sunday School work Is !We began our service with the new year.Services.
with song services being rendered Sunday marked the I a s t progressing rapidly day by day. Sunday School which began at
by the chorus of the church, conference for the year. All Everyone seem to be pleased the usual hour with the superintendent were highly important
songs that really touched the boards and auxiliaries were In with its upward strides Something In charge.At throughout the day on Sunday. II
hearts of the congregation. readiness and made their reports different has been added 11 a.m. devotional servicewas Rev. Ross was at his best "a he

Several ministers and visitors for the year The presiding elder for the "Stay Alive Effort." A conducted by' the junior delivered two spiritual and Interesting
were on hand throughout the commended us on the wonderful friendly contest Is now on between deacon. The music was furnished sermons. Hearts were !
day, among them being the I work we did in the past year and the two superintendents. by the JunIor choir. The mea high and the Holy Spirit was
pastor and members of the Mt. bid us God's speed. We pray that Its objective: Attendance (major sage was given by our pastor truly present. We were very i
Pleasant Methodist Church who he will be sent back to us after ) ; finance (minor). This is found In St. Luke, "A Good Boy happy and honored to have Rev.
also brought along a donation the general conference. I done in order to keep work and and Girl." Faison, pastor of Morning Star
that was presented by Mrs. Rosa Again may we flay rememberthe activities from becoming monot. Sunday night the service was Baptist Church of Princeton In
Lee Lundy. sick and abut in In your onous. conducted by the! Junior deacon our midst.

The chairman and co-chairman, prayer. The morning and evening wor ess. The music was furnished by Holy Communion was admin
Sis. Virgie R. Hill and Sis. La. Visitors are always welcome at ships were good in every respect, the male chorus who sang out of istered. Remember the sick and
vada Harley thank the captainsfor our church. constructive and Instructive Information their soul. The message was de those In need of spiritual guid

working so arduously and were enclosed In the livered by a visiting minister ance.
bringing in a total of $277.77. FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev. sermons. Rev. Warendon from Cleveand This week we mourn the loss

All captains reported, and Mrs. On evening choir No.1 Ohio. He preached from Genesis, of Sister Lizzie Lewis long time
Mary Stokes topped the entire C. J. Burney, pastor was the Sunday surprised guest of choir 'The Supreme Court Is Now In member and a good Christian of
Claudia Wilson, reporterWe Session. Ebenezer. We extend .
group by reporting $270. Services No.2. The act was beautiful as our deep.est
closed with the pastor :. Lt't18 remember the sick and sympathy to the family.
were blessed to enjoy! an they were arrayed in their robes.
those In need of spiritual
thanking everyone for their co other day filled with the Holy The BTU Is very much alive guid
ance. The public Is always Invited
operation. Spirit' beginning with the Sun' and active. The reporter Is not Rev. Pratt Addresses
Remember: First Baptist is the day School and followed with In attendance, but from observation to come and worship withus
1 1I
church where you're never a I the devotion and the morning can tell that things are on at any time.TRIUMPH. Trinity ChurchThe

stranger. message of which were deliveredby I the upward trend.

a visiting minister. Rev. A. CHURCH Rev Oman A. Pratt, former

CONGREGATIONALThe Warren of Ohio' theme, "We ST. MATTHEW BAPTISTRev. Prince II. Mobley, pastorSis. assistant pastor of Amnlty

public Is cordially Invited Desire a Better Home." C. McKinney reporter Baptist Church of Jamaica, L. I.
The evening message was delivered N. F. Clark, pastor New York
was the
worship with the principal
t "Jesus Describes
Rev. J. E. Monroe
by our pastor, Rev. Bur speaker at
a special
Church Fellowship on program
the subject of the lesson on
Sunday, Nov. 16 at 6:30: p.m. at ney theme: "The Cornerstone. all members and friends of Sunday. Lesson found In Mat held at Trinity W. M. Church,
the Bethany Seventh Day Ad. Doth messages were delivered St. Matthew's and the public at thew 775. Memory verse found Rev. George E. Johnson, pastor.
ventlst School Auditorium N.W. with power and enjoyed. We 'arge: Please: put a ring around Matthews 6:13-14. The lesson Rev. Pratt spoke on the general
60th st. and 26th ave. were blessed In our BTU which this date Sunday, Nov. 16, 'was very educational. The class. theme of "Pressing On," and de
began at 5:30 p.m. which will be celebrated livered a brilliant
as our address the
Persons interested es responded on
!In understanding very nicely on the I
The No 2 choir rendered music
annual Woman's Day We hare a
the lesson. There
congregational was a song and a
for the and the No. 1
church well planned program for your at the I Also appearing on the program
are asked to meet at the prayer closing of the
choir rendered music for the
auditorium at 4 p.m. to participate entertainment. The well known school. were Choir No. 2 ,of Mt. Olivette
in the class on Congregational evening.We Miss Olive Alexander executive The subject of the YPE band Baptist Church, Mrs. Phyllis
want all of our visitors to director of the James E. Scott Andrews Mrs. Gladys Kelly:
Church history and was "We shall be changed." I Mrs.
know that they were welcomeIn Community Association, will be Doris Copeland Mrs.
- ization. The Corinthians McDonald,
class will be taught services the 16:9: 10, 25, 26. 49-
our throughout the speaker for the morning ser Miss Lenora Campbell
by Rev. 48. There
Stanley F. Sellick, associate was a very enlightening
day. Come to Friendship where vice. For the have Davis and
evening we a others. The Rev. Er-
pastor of opening of the lesson
Plymouth Congregational by the
you will find a very warm wel- beautiful drama that you will president. nest Ilutcheson was chairman of
Church Coconut
Drove. Rev. Sellick pastored the come awaiting you at all times. enjoy. Please let this be a must. Bro. Carswell conducted the the program committee and El.

Firat Congregational Church of Let continue in prayer for Mrs. Maude Glass, director. devotional service for the even- of liott J. Piese, served as master
our ceremonies.
Strafford, Conn. for over 30 Ing. The expression was openedby
years. He is now in semi-retire- CORINTH BAPTISTMeets Sis. Edwards and many other

ment and living in Miami. BETHANY BAPTIST every End and 4th Sundayat to:lowed. NOTICEAll

Persona desirous of having a 3078 N.W. 45th St. Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist The service was high In the

clearer Interpretation of Bible Rev. Rudy Ke-ton, pastor Church. spirit. We were blessed to have Church notices MUST ha

scripture are' invited to Join the Sunday School ........... 8:30 am. Sunday School ..__T-,,...,....... 030 so many visitors to praise God typewritten double paced .
class.Maria " Morning Service _.-.... 11 am Morning worship 11:31, with us. The message was delivered and on one sheet of paptr.

P.I Brown, president BTU ...__-....__..._ 5:30 pm Evening Service .....?.,...., .1 T3G by Mother M. Williams. MUST be Into our office Copy
Enid: Curtis, secretary Evening Service ....._-... 7:30 pan Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor The public is always welcomeat p.m. Tuesday of each week by to 6
Anette McNeil reporter Prayer Service Thurs. 7:30 pjn. and successful gospel preacher the Triumph Church. Insure Ins'rtlon-Church Editor.

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Morning Judge I{TB Christmas Seals in Mail

News From Miami's Municipal Precinct Court
Envelopes of TB Christmas
JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON, Presiding Seals will begin to arrive in the
By Elliott J. Pieze, Times Staff Writer mailboxes of 272,000 Dade County Peoples, Newspaper"SATURDAY

..................-- "" ..... -..... .-.. ...... --- --- - This homes 29th annual and businesses mailing will NOVEMBER 15, 1958 PAGE 11

the largest in the history of the
Following: the Hallowe'er John W. Maddox
Wyat Boswell
Dade TB Association.Sale .
observance the number oT case Archie Brown, Sam
Butler: Leo I
of the colorful, tiny traditional
In Municipal Court reached i a Crews, 0 C Johnson
NOT. 3. It Berry TB Christmas Seals rep Courtesy Bus Service Miami 36 Florida
staggering 118 w a i I Johnson, Willie Owens, Paul resents the ,
sole source of support
another, one of those wide open Roundfleld, David Uuclter
L. J.
for the year'round work of COLEMAN'SGULF
with an overcapacity Toots Mack
sessions ; Thomas Williams, of the local TB Association.
crowd present. Woodrow Cooper and Theodore
Cooper, and a young woman A goal of $155,000 has been
Quito alarming were the cases Ethel Griffin. announced by Erik: J. Blomqulst, POLISH WAX TIRE REPAIRING
Bertha Haywood and he:
of Mrs.
Cooper forfeited Christmas Sea chairman. Cochairmen -
husband James, two middle* his ROAD SERVICE OAS OIL AND LUBRICATION
bond. Brant and Rucker were are Chester M. Bright
aged persons of 1210 NW 5th ct dismissed, and all of the others and Mrs. L. E. Thomas. EXPERT AUTO REPAIRING

Mrs assault Haywood with a gun was and charged with with discharging were fined $10 or four days. Last year 64,401 Dade Couutlans 276 N. W. Fifth Street 1628 N.W. 3rd Avenue

firearms in the o i t 'I. The second group of 19 was the Christmas contributed Seal $142,209 Sale to PHONE FR 9-0118 PHONE PR 4." '
limits. Mr. Haywood was charged also tried on the same type of .
PR .17
During 1957, the mobile unit I
with dls charge.
in a cross complaint Three of this group for-
of the local TB Assoclatlno took
orderly conduct by creating a felted bonds and the others were '
56,209 tree TB
chest X-
rays according
disturbance and with assault fined $10 or four days. to Maurice Long Tuber I ."... _.,,,,,Id>

with The a incident gun. occurred about disposed Among other cases heard and culosls Association president "t P 4 For FREE Pick-up and
of were the '
8pm. Friday at the home of following: Operating at a daily cost of Delivery Service on

the Haywoods,. according to Of. M. C. Everett, charged with $73.58, the unit was open 228 Prescriptions
fleer Willie Blount. who was the assault and battery with handson days during 1957 in 110 different .
arresting officer. James D Holmes, fined $75or locations covering areas
Officer Dlount told the court 30 days. from OJus to Florida City SERVICE
that upon arrival at the Hay Dr. M. Eugene Fllpse, chair DRUG STORE
wood's home he learned that James Wlllard Johnson, charged man of the Tuberculosis Assoc .,,
Mr Haywood had a gun at Mrs. with disorderly conduct by iation's case finding committee, "Prescription Compounding
Haywood. Mrs Haywood con using profanity fined $15 or six reported that almost 600 new Specialists"
tlnued, the Officer made her days. cases of TB were reported tu I J
husband drop the gun by brand Ingram Brunson, charged with Dade County last year. Three Sundries Gifts
idling the hatchet at hi ill. Then disorderly conduct by consuming hundred of these cases were hue Patent Medicines
she picked up the gun and fired alcoho.: beverage on the public pltallzed and 56 Dade Countlans
one time in the air. street, fined $15 or six days. died from TB I ; Greeting Cards

The officer added th;tt he regretted The association also conducts 'P 1240 N.W. 3rd Ave.
very much to arrest two NOTICE ON a comprehensive program of SIDNEY T. COX
of their ages but was public education and
persons CLASSIC supports Registered Pharmacist" Phone FRanklin 3-2932
forced to do so because the offense lowihlps and research at the
was one that he just could I PARADE UNITSOfficial University of Miami School of
not overlook. I Medicine.Dr. .
Judge Johnson found both permission to enter all W. W. McKibben, founder
guilty and then each 175 or 30 floats and other units In the and president emeritus of the SEETHE
days. But the Judge suspendedthe Blossom Classic Paradeon
Orange Dade TB Association, issued a
fine against the wife. Saturday, December 13, must strong! appeal to everyone to WORLD'S
Among other cases heard and be obtained from the Chief Pa. support the Christmas Sea( : Sale.
disposed of were the following. rade Marshall, Elliott J. Piers/ Dr. McKlbben pointed out tint:
James Prater charged with at the office of the Miami Time., 81 cents of every Christmas Seal GREATEST
reckless driving (speeding) 1112 NW Third Ave. phone FR dollar stays In Dade County 13
fined $15 or six days and ordered 3.2236, by or before Saturday, cents goes to the state asHocla- COLORED
to attend traffic school four November 22 In order for that tion and six cents goes to the
float or unit to participate In the National Tuberculosis Asuochi'
Willie George Copeland, parade. Any float or unit not tlon which earmarks one cent of PSYCHIC
confirmed by Nov. 22, will not that for research.Advertise .
charged with reckless driving
be to enter the parade.
permitted READER
fined $35 or 14 days, and ordered ,--
Signed: Elliott J. Piers/
to attend traffic school four
nlehts.! I I i I Chief Parade Marshall N22 It Pays!

Lawrence James Hall, charged
with disorderly conduct by using
profanity, fined $15 or six days. .

disorderly Freddlng Moss conduct charged and with with B. Solomon Funeral Home

carrying concealed weapon ((11
' dagger) fined $65 or 25 days on (Established 1928))
II' the two charges.
Willie Edwards, charged with Dignified, Personal, Courteous Service PROF. HUNTER
backing around a street corner.
and driving without a driving Funerals Within Range of Each Budget If you are sick, worried or la trouble this Is the

license, fined $35 or 14 days. place to come. Don't stay In the rut, push back the

Theodore Horton, charged veil of bad luck that sssras to hold you In your track

with assault with a knife and and advance forward by the help of God under the

assault and battery with his foot 315 N.W. 16th Street Ph. FR 3.1440 leadership of Prof. Hunter who has 30 years of ea>
on Juanita Hortln fined $125 or
50 perlence In spiritualist and occult icisnce. Make your
days on the two charges.
Willie Nalms, charged with horn. happy. He will show you how to bypass your

assault and battery with handson enemies and ,.t the things that life dsmands for you.
Jeanette E. Mack, fined $75or
30 days. "A. Living 8.rvlc For The Living"
Ralph Peterson, charged with
drunk and disorderly conduct by;
creating a disturbance fined $25or Range Funeral Home

10 days.Theodore.

Drown: y. charged OSCAR AND ATHALII RANGE, Owners
with disorderly conduct by tres

pausing dismissed. PHONES: OX 1-0131 PL OX 1-4343

Nathaniel But'er, charged with
assault and battery with an unknown -
object, .on Annie Mao Oscar Range Licensed Embalmer Funeral Director
Dubose fined $75 or 30 days. I
During the hearing on this case, 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami, Florida I

Miss the Dubose testimony became of Butler angeredover amused Located at the Hunter*. new psychic studio oa

a highly objectionable wordIn Pembroke Road, I .. west ol Hallandtle, FJa. oath

the court. Judge Johnson in Mortis side of the road, I mile cast of 7th asp

turn became Incensed over the Carver Ranches. Sign. are placed on the top of tbtl"...
use of the word held Miss Du TROjg WITH' E zE story building. Office Is ks the doplax la the front of
bose In contempt of court and HAVING
... building.Ho .
fined her $25 or 10 days.Another BUMPS ,
A' is duby; he baa fifty time more power than any ... rYe

excessive total of 126 iw+Afylc _1-. will to* fefaa. far advanced la kaowl.edge. .
cases was listed for trial in the
Municipal Court Nor. 10. The : flHAViNOOWDER .

large number may be due to the READINGS FROM $1.00 UP
recent crack down which the P.opIs
police have been making on lol U9SMSS BY STATE AN8 COUNTY

terers.In 1 RpjOROYES TOM sues sUHYl
keeping with this crack WIT
down officer Edmond McKInney BEi p USE.Fes' 1 P.M. TIL 4 P.M. 7., P.M. SUNDAY 1 PM TIL 4 PM

and his partner R. Thompson with Kent.Ps .
pulled In 38 men Sunday evening CLOSED ALL DAY WBBL
for loitering In the Coconut No's r rsi
Grove area. The men were arrested j, -' CALL IN PERSON

In two groups, the first
was picked up at the corner of f fit t MsTc I 5417 S.W. 17ta St.
Grand and Douglas Road, and /
the second at the corner of s1U1V G sAVANM Hollywood, ria.Good ,

Douglas Road and Oat are. A X GEa .
Included In the first group
were Joe Brut Raius Kelly,


''I J. Roddick officiating. Mrs.
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper" CARD OF THANKSThe Kyle is survived by one sister,

family of the late, I DEATHS i Mrs. E. Wills a Brother, The, o-
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Mrs. Bertha Redman, 3175
: NW <48th< fit., died at Mt. Sinai
Seniors . .
\ Hospital, Tuesday, Nov' 11 after
CARDS MEMORIALS Funeral services for William a short period of illness. Funeral
Henry Daniels of Princeton were services will be held Tuesday.Nov. .
held Wednesday, Nov. 12 at 2 18, 2:30: p.m. at Mt. Sinai
\ p.m. with the Rev. C. C. Mc- Baptist Church with Rev S. A.
IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe Clary officiating. Burial was at Thomas officiating. She is survived
Paradise Gardens Cemetery. HeIR ,, by her husband: Willie a
sad but loving memory of family of the late survived by his wife, thre: daughter, Mrs. Ruth Jefferson .
our dear wife and mother, MR. WILLIAM R. BODIE 4 children. two sisters and three brothers. \:
PHENIE BRYANTwho wish to express their sincere 3
departed this world Nov. 14 thanks to friends and floral: contributors Services for Claude Grate, Mrs. Annie Davis, 2431 NW...''
1956. Gone, but not forgotten. in their bereavement. 4226 NW 29th ave., who died 15th st., Opa Locka, died 'al'
Sleep on and take your rest, we Special thanks to the Range Nov. 2 was held Nov. 13. Survivors Jackson Memorial Hosptal Tues _
loved you but God loved you Funeral Home and the Rev. N. are his mother Rose father day Nov. !}. Remains will be,
best. F. Clarke lie left to mourn, Claude and other relatives.: shipped( to 'Tallahassee Friday,,
Jesse Bryant, husband Nov. 14 at 10 p.m. where fun
Ella M. Bryant, daughter Daisy Bodie, mother, Nassau Services for Arvin: Moore who eral services will be held. Mrs.
Carrie L. Bryant, daughter Estlne Kemp, sister, Nassau died Nov. 12 will be held Nov. Davis is survived by two sons,
Valerie L. Bryant, daughter Ortland II. Bodle brother w 16 at Selma, Ala. Survivors are two daughters.
Nassau his mother and three sisters.
IrE>z L. Burroughs, sister

IN MEMORIAMIn Miami House of Albert Collegians MeetThe
. .
and a host of other relatives
MRS. MARY LEWIS Collegians Club held its
sad but loving memory of who passed away Nov. 3, and Funeral services for Robert regu'ar meeting at the lovely
our dear mother and grand was laid to rest Nov. 8, wish to Jackson of 1090 NW 67th st., home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
mother, take this method to express who died at Para Villa, Nov. 9 Ellison on Nov. 12.
HESTER SWEETING KEMP In AppreciationThe their deepest appreciation and will be held Nov. 15 in the The next regular meeting will
who departed this life at Key heartfelt gratitude to the many chapel. Rev. Bradley will offl- be held at the home of Mr. and
West Nov. 7, 1943. family of. the late. friends for the cards, telegrams, ate. Survivors are, his wife, 13 !Mrs Donald Evans on Nov. 26.
Lot I the prisoner Is released, floral pieces and other expressions children, a brother and four sis
Llghten'ed of her fleshy load; k rF of condolences in their ters. Interment in Evergreen.The .
Where the weary are at rest, hour of grief. Message of ThanksThe
She has gather'd into God; .+ Special thanks to Rev Macon body of Willie Eberhartof family of the late
Lo! the warfare now Is o'er and members of the First Bap 10429 Pine Tree Drive, Per JAMES BELL *
Death and hell' behind are cast, list Church and to the House of tine, who died at Jackson Hospital wish to thank their many friends!
Grief and suff'ring are no more Albert for untiring service. Nov. 9 with) be shipped to and neighbors for cards, flowers
Edna Kemp, daughter Isaac Lewis, husband Elberton, Ga., for funeral ser and telegrams of sympathy dur
Mizpah Adderly, daughter vces and burial. The time to be ing his illness and death. Special
Alfred, Earl and announced later. Survivors are thanks to Rev: Graham, pastor
Vandelean, grand children Hat CleaningMany his wife and two ststers.Range of Mt. Zion Baptist Church

Key West, Fla. ., years' experience Arthur King for rendering his
l Satisfaction Guaranteed . requested number, "The Last
Arthur and Rudolph Marshall I Mile of The Way," the choir the
IN MEMORIAM 1704 NW69th Terr. Mrs. Naomi Kyle 6950 NW King of Clubs, acting and hon
Phone OX 1-7725 8th ave., died at Jackson Memo pallbearers, and the Rich
",---_..,.,,<. ... .- ,,' ... .. orary
'1 rial Hospital Saturday, Nov. 8. ardson Funeral Home for Ito
a .2k Private funeral services will be most efficient service.
held in the chapel Friday morn Ludell Bell and
ing at 11:30 a.m. with Rev. A. Daughter, WIlard:

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members of Greater Bethel AME trouble, prostrate gland A. Low A$ .................... $19.95SOOTIN'S
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Sincere appreciation is also
" and chronic diseases. ,
k if d''t.: extended to tie ushers and members New Location
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of Nelson'Chapel AME SOUTHERN CLINIC 321 N.W. 3rd Ave. Ph. FR 3.1589
Church of BaInbridge where her 2847 Coral Way
departed this life Nor 13, funeral was held., Hours: 108. Closed Wed. 24 years of reliable service in this community _
19S4.Memories. .
and Thurt,
of 'your well,spent life Waiters Hicks; husband
Are always with us each day ofevery Walters lUcks Jr., son
May you rest In peace.
Thomasena- G. Walker,
Thomas II. Walker, son'

Horace Albury,_father SISTER BEATRICE NAPLES ,
Curtis Albury ,brother
Pauline sister FULLY EQUIPPED 3 PUMPS .
Heavily Traveled Street hasarrived in your city Miami, Fla. She is asking

IN MEMORIAM FOR LEASE OR SALE everyone and her hundreds of friends to come and .

I Good Terms Great Opportunity be blessed. Those who are unable to come may send

,.,. ........_...... ..
--- "' -"" """""' for her special Blessed Cross and her special Winter

N.W. 62nd St., Cor. 23rd Ave. Success Powder. She also has Saint Christopher':' ,, .

PHONE NE 4-0830 (protect us). This also-will be given with the powder ::

and a special blessingwith all. h *
.. PHONE FRanklin 7-3177

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Read 23rd PsalmQ


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can place it.'\ Our excellent insurance WN for theSCHOOL .

facilities permit us to place this type'of; : BELL

business, so phone its if you can't placeit. \"
Bring In the children's
\\ shoes NOW. Give us time to put emI
1"- / d. .IJ.-!, In perfect repair for the long hard "grind."

who died November 13, 1955. JOHNSON AND SONS
but not
Gone, forgotten FEDERAL
Pearl Cooper, wife SHOE SHOP
OUdrs Wallace sister
George Cooper brother Insurance FINE 6HOE REPAIRINGWe
Tlmothjr Culmer uncle AgencyCHARLES
A host of relatives and Save Your Souls-While You Walt
Shoes Shined and Dyed
213 JN.E. 2nd Aye. Ph FR 3-8146
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The C. W. H. Fire Department Sunlight to Hold
is sponsoring a barn dance Mon I
Broward day night NOT. 17 at the Para Graduation
dise Club In Liberia. Music by
County W. C. Baker. Admission 11.00. Exercises SundayThe

v d' l I Tickets on sale at all business! Sunlight School of Beauty,
NewsBy places in Carver Ranches. Proceeds Culture Is holding its 22nd annual
1 will go to 'the building: graduation exercises Sunday
lund. afternoon, Nor. 16, at 3 o'clockat
Mt. Zion Baptist Church NW
Walter Bows Eleanor's on of Beauty added .1 3rd: ave and 9th st. A group of
to Its staff on Nor. 11, a new'I more than 100 seniors will re-
operator. Miss'Prances Jones of i Icelre diplomas and be declared
A district meeting will be held Fernandina. .She rt'Llldes! In Hyde graduates of that Institution. :
Thursday Nov. 20 by the Grand Park with her aunt Mrs. Catherine The Rer. Randolph Thompson
United Order of Pall! Bearers at Stubbs of 3905 SW 28th of Mt. Zion Baptist Church will
FOR SALE FOR RENTA the Mt. Zion AME Church. et. Miss Jones is welcome to our be the principal speaker at the
Lodges No. .1, 7, 11, 21, 24, and town and Eleanor's Salon ofBeauty exercises. The public is Inrlted.
HOUSE AND LOT In Bunche secrlflce buy in a fine home 25 will meet with Lodge No. 81 4444 SW 17th it., West The Sunlight School of Beauty
Park. See Arthur C. Blatcli for l located at 4701 SW 21st st., In at 7:30 p.m. There will also bea Hollywood. Is established and approved by
details. 1369 NW 68th Terrace. Carver Ranches Only 1% years program at the same churchby the Florida State Board of
Phone PL 1-9624. Indl new. A 2-bedroom CBS house on the juvenile department of Scouts Beauty Culture and is one of
Boy be
corner lot. Owner on property No. 81. Parents are asked to be the leading Institutions of its
LOT IN NASSAU VILLAGE Nassau all day Sunday. Just $750 down. present The public is Invited. ReorganizedThere kind in the nation. D. A. Julius
Bahamas. Reasonable price. Call III 85345. Walter Blatch i president; A. O. Is president Mrs. L. A. Julius
6828 NW 18th are.. Phone OX Henderson, juvenile conducttress. will be a special meetIng vice president: Dr. S. H. Johnson
18756. Tuesday night. NOT. 18 at 8 is school physician Mrs. Willie
PJU. at BTW school for reor- Ceasar. instructor: Mrs. Blllle W.
LOT 61x110. Bus stop lights Job OpportunitiesThe Johnny Robinson, son of Mr. ganizing the Boy Scout movement Robinson and Mrs. Dorothy II
and Mrs. Walter Robinson of In Dade Brown associate members.Attention .
paved street corner Atlantic Greater Miami Urban County. All men are
Ave.' and SW 173rd St., Perrlne Leaeuw 4825 SW 19th st.. left for the Interested In scouting are urgedto
announces job opportunities I
Miami 57, Pla. Phone FRanklin Army last week. come out.
for the following positions:
33377.., .. .. \. .. I .Aircraft dispatcher,'., Junior, _'_ Miss Nellie is now associated'
r !scientist photographer} (motion\ with Grace's Thrift Shop, 2518
50x150 DEERFIELD BEACH ir.. picture, photographic'laboratorytechnician NE 2nd are., and welcomes: all
on S.E. 2nd Ct. East of S.E.: Isi communications. '0 fl' TOO FAT ? of her old customers.
Terr. Terms. Call Miami FRanklin erators, legal steno' tree trimmer .
7-4812 Indi recreation supervisor.For .
I 14 ft. detail Information regarding GAINING WEIGHT TOO FAST?
11 pieces 2x6
: the jobs contact II.
11 pieces 6x8 12 ft Allen Wheatlev Jr., of the Lose Those EXTRA Inches NOW
12 sash windows Greater Miami Urban League t
4 combination doors located at 395 NW let st. or call
No reasonable price refused. FR 16476. Big SPOT REDUCING Save
2346 NW 67th St. Phone OXford
Thrift Sale

WantedWOMEN Cor. 3rd Ave. and 13th St. Series of (6) Treatments Ct O

Bargains Galore ] (DUPLICATE SERIES 50 cents) >A O.00

ATTENTON: You willreceive
the highest wages on best Saturday, Nov. 15 Beginning Nov. 15 Thru Dec. 10
Beach jobs through our service. W"HKan.
We need experienced cooks, ((2 p.m. to 10 p.m.)
housekeepers and maids. Beautiful HomeOn .
No deposit required on live In I 11
jobs. Bring your clothes early Large Lot Health

any morning. Will pay $2.00 Your lot can be a paymenton Reactivation Kit
transportation to her hostess on Center
any girl placed. Mrs. Mac. Reliable this 3-bedroom corner.

off Washington Service 432 Espanola Are., Miami, Just 2395 NW 68th St. 276 N.W. 6th St. (Suite 118)FR COMMUNITY DRUGS

Beach. JE 88787. Open 3.5 p.m. 6750 N.W. 15th AYe.
Porters with BeachExperience Baron JE 8.1340 1
?.?.....-........? $5 0
Maintenance, handy men .?. $50

Housekeepers .................. $50 DownN.W. "
Maids, nurse maids ?.. $35 $40 $995 THE GRAND OPENING FROM .
You always receive "top dollar" 56th Street OF THE .,
when you deal thru A-Reliable LOS ANGELES
agent. Partly furnished 2 bedroom, +
Reliable Employment (Mrs. Mac) hardwood floors, tile roof Jal
432 Espanola Miami Beach ousted! porch. Could see Third! FLAMINGOSNACK Calif.
D8 Federal. Outstanding value. EZ
terms. $12,000 balance.

FOR RENT Gold Coast Realty SHOP .

4301 N.W. 2nd Ave.
FURNISHED: 2-bedroom apart PL 1-2426
ment. Adults only. Located In 421 Northwest 20th Street BishopE.H.
Liberty City. 1577 NW 70th st.
For Information call NA 1-6654. WAS A HUGE SUCCESS

Bunche Park section .of Opa
Locka.,For single man only. For
Information call NA 1-6654. .
One-bedroom apartments 2945 THE REGISTERFor
NW, 46th St.,: 624 NW 22nd St.? AI Lon
243 NW 14th Terr. Buses pass Information Call
door. FR 93576. --f' :'
I FR 9.1703 or .

at 1986 NW 57th St. Call FR
42449. I .. HEALER ONE WHO
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STORE known as The'Gooi
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1200' N.W., '3rd.:Ave. Phone FR 3-9481 : :" .. ptt>arot.! ; Mich. ...

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.' SAVE THAT BUS FARE! Arthur KingThe .

thanks and appreciation to all
owner, expresses Now Located At
who came and enjoyed his Grand Opening.

LOOK WHAT 40c WILL BUY! 138 N.W. 7th St.


Fare 4 water Blames; 2 palm child' p'ntJ: Fri. Sat., Sun. ........ Full course dinner only 42 cents Apt. 15
Comb and half 1Crea ri
Writing paper, Envelopes; Phone FRanklin 4-9242
Stamp; School l-pfr and pencil; Ph.; FR 1-3076

Pair Men Socks; IU11 l.oInt pm and 1s1"'ri -
Llpntlck or Face Powder; We specialize in take out box lunches
what not*. '
4 Mm or Ladles I .

OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAYMon. Pleat Call ForAppoinhnenb
Lay-Away Christmas Toys & Clothing NOW! thru Thurs. 5130 a.m. to 12 MidnightFri.

Money Orders Sold Every Day-Mon. thru Fri. 7:45 a.m. ., Sat, Sun., 5:30 a.m. to 2 a.m.

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MIAMI TIMES The Peoples' Newspaper" I Daughter Elks EnjoyHallowe'en


Day' or Week
Daughter Elks of Liberty Privilege Mrs. Elvira W. Smith, Prop.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Twelve Years of Temple turned out on Friday Efficiency
N.W. ,, Hallowe'en night to be Phones: OX 1.5343 FR 9-9359
Science Society
holds Christian Its regular services each Meritorious, ServiceThe among the spooks and Hollowe'enparty ghosts liv 6393 N.W. 17th Avenue
the Elks home for the
Sunday at 11 a.m. Mt. Zion Baptist Church Long before midnight, the

The Wednesday evening testimonial will honor its minister, the Rer. club was packed and everyone
seemed to be having fun, wear- . . ..
services are held monthly Edward T. Graham, for 12 yearsof . . -- '
their hats and bonnets.Dt. ,
Ing -
Wednesday -
at 8 p.m. every outstanding service to his
j, before the first Sunday. All ser church and community on Sun Jeanie Bethune, Dt. Amy
vices are held at Booker T. day, Nov. 23. Hicks, Dt. Celeste Rolle, Dt. Mc- WHEN YOU LEARN AT. .
Washington High School. Cartney, were quite busy addingto
Mrs. Lizzie Justice, reporter The principal speaker for the the ,comfort of their guests. Dt.
occasion will be Dr. Royal Pur
and Dt.
Constance Sandliands rSchooi'of
EBENEZER METHODIST year, president ,-of Florida Nor Gladys Smith kept busy check- ,Wi.
mal and Industrial Memorial .
ing tickets and finance.
Rev. Aaron D. Hall, pastor College, Saint Augustine. Dr. -
Ernestine I... Hambrick, reporter Puryear will give the address at Among the guests were Dt aottt
the morning service at 11 o'clock Ruler Myrtle Davis of Greater CIJITflHT.YOU .
One cannot pay God In money for the climax of this occasion, Miami Temple; Dt. Annie

for His goodness. what The coin reachesthe of there: will. be a vesper service, Thompson, and Dt. Hester flyers CANT GO WRONGOur
grateful praise is highlights of the life of the minister Past Dt. Ruler Mae Tucker
heart of God. and presentation at 7:30 and Dt. Portia Bannister, occupied -

of Our attraction basement on was Monday the scene night p.m. a very conspiclous table. Annual Advance Course in the

when we celebrated our first The public is cordialy Invitedto The chairman, Dt. Ruler Mialble
banquet. The basement was attend these events Daniels kept pacing back and Latest in Hair Styling Begins Nov. 10
beautifully decorated, the tables forth wearing a clown's face at
were adorned with beautiful times to see that all was well. .
center pieces donated by W. O. HOLY REDEEMER
Florist. A delicious Exated Ruler Claude Rolle and
Perry of repast Perry's was served. Tur Instruction class In the beliefs i other Bills were heard saying, THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND OUR

key with all the trimmings, ice of the Catholic Church will beheld "There's a hot time In the old
in Richmond Heights on club tonight."
cream and, cake. Tuesday evenings beginning November 22nd Annual Graduation

Our special guest was Rev. 18.

Frank Cambridge, district super The classes will be held at the Dt. Constance Sandlland con- Sunday November 16 1958 -3 pm.
intendent and the Rev. Shepardof home of Mrs. Louise McDaw, tinues her work In the classroom ,
Kerr Memorial Church In I 14301 Carver Drive. of Liberty City Elementary. Dt AT MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
Perrlne. .Mae Tucker and Dt. Ruler
Choir No. 1 Is observing its Father DeVaney will begin Mable Daniels attended the com-
anniversary beginning Wednes the Instruction at 8 p.m. each mittee meeting for the arrange-
day night, Nov. 12 and ending Tuesday evening and accompan- ments of the midwinter conference -
Sunday at 3:30. You're invitedto Ing the talks with slides illus Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Jor-
come out and enjoy some of trating the various points of' dan and Mrs. Mae Gardner are .

the many programs planned for doctrine. the house guests of Brother ''and OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOUSEE
your enjoyment. Daughter Bannister. Mr. JordanIs
the brother of Dt. Portia Ban-
The Methodist Men will be In nister. THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
charge; of closed meeting on For Prompt, Efficient
Tuesday night. Loyal Dt. Ruler Mae Tucker PSYCHIC READERLet
Rev. IIall will be leaving on Service announces the Council will meetin
Monday to attend the District Phone OX 16821RUDY'S Delray] Beach on the 3rd Sun-
Conference which will conveneIn day in this month. Dt. Deputy
Tampa. Anyone wishing to at TV Marie White sat quietly at the
tend the conference may pur andRADIO Hallowe'en party watching the
chase tickets from any memberof happenings. For fellowship and
the church. Round trip fareis REPAIR cooperation, !Liberty Temple No
$1 o. 724 has always been In the front
Guaranteed Service line.

ST. JAMES A.M.E. Pick up and Deliver Now a bit of cooperation. There

Rev. A. J, Reddick, pastor will be a Spaghetti Supper; oc
Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter 9 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Saturday night; Nov. 8 from 6
pjn. until? at the home of Dt r
6801 N.W. 15th Ave.
More than $2,000 climaxedthe Portia' Bannister. All Bills and
10th annual Homecoming Daughters and the entire publicare
Celebration. Mrs. Ida M Wright Invited for the benefit of a
serving as Governor of the state Advertise worthwhile cause. The addressIs
It !
of California, led her forces to Pays 6920 NW 13th ave.
victory raising the highest
amount of $131. Mrs. Juanita "' my years of Experience guide and protect you through Life

Mackey brought the baby state at a Lighthouse guide. the ship In a storm
of Alaska in second place having CHARLES' POULTRYAnd
$114.50. Mrs. C. M. Pear-
sail representing the state of For Success in Business And Love

Florida secured third place raisIng Fish Market CONSULT..HER -
$106.32 and In the fourth
place: Mrs. Classic Porter direct Live 0 You can now have your home made happy
ing the state of Washington reported Quality & Dressed Poultry 0 Get and Hold the position you so long wanted

$100.25.During 0 Don't Stay in the rut, get out now

the morning service FRESH FISH DAILY 0 By the help of God she can help you

all of the choirs adorned in their Remove evil influence if sick worried in
you are or
beautiful winter robes
sang with Groceries Meats Fruits Fresh Vegetable
angelic magnificence.The troubleIt

speaker for the morning, BEER AND WINE TO TAKE OUT
will pay you to call and tee this Gifted Medium First
Dr. C. S. Williams, an outstand
ing layman of the llth Episcopal 340 Where thousands come yearly for help and advice, you too can
Terr. Phone FR 4-1345
District lifted the vast congre be touched by this strange mysterious power
gation as he challenged the listeners
as to their responsibilities Open Sunday Til! 12 Noon WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe
of making a better world by tame God who delivered Mom and the children of Israel.

inctulcatllng' cJirJafilan; principlesin FREE DELIVERY SERVICE of old le etlll alive today and will open a way for you throughthe

our dally living and in this troubled seas of life. Let not him that la blind lead you or
day of social change to lend
stumble with him.
strength and inspiration to the

youth in these days of stress and Do you doubt the existence of things because you cannot see
Rev. D. A. Russell and his LADY What do you think of the Invisible waves and sounds that make
congregation joined in a m o s t Wireless' Telephone, Radio and Television possible
glorious way toward making this
effort the success that it was. A seed before It sprouts, lisa concealed, .secret silent In the dark
The Rev. M. J. Fayson from MADAM MARSGIFTED earth or womb of Nature. THERE 18 AN "UN8EEN POWER"

Homestead climaxed, the service
Therefore, acquaint yo.u r-
with was thoroughly a Pentecostal fervor which PALMIST AND ADVISERIf self with the one who It an '
Inspiring to all.
you need help to overcome Bad authority. Whose private I ,
Accepted into full membership consultation will evolve '
you "
were: Mrs. Flora Johnson, Mrs. Luck, Spells or Evil Influence. If you to a higher state of mind.

Marie Mack, Ulysses Mack, 01 seem to be crossed in Luck, Sick in body or mind . .

den Edward McKinnon Thomuson, Clifford, Miss J.Gwen Hill, I CAN AND WILL HELP YOU! All Information is

dolyn Cox and Barbara Fergu Has the one you love changed? I can tell you why! Confidential '
son Let me explain higher powers to you now. I do what

The Sunday School will beginat others claim to do. Office Hours: 0 jn.-8 p.m.

9:30: am.. During both the Gives you your Lucky Days and your Lucky Nunn Sunday: 10 am. to 1 pm.Don't .
morning and evening worship 'bers. Satisfaction guaranteed.Come .
Write-Call in Person
the pastor wll deliver '
let make and SuccessfulOpen ,
the messages lIe is expected to me you Lucky, Happy
at his best. Dally and Sunday' -Hour* 9 _.m. to 8 p.m.
With the Annual
Conferencenot Readings for Colored and White 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
quite two
weeks away, all
are requested to discharge
full duties. MADAM HUNTER
Permanently Located

2590 N.W. 27th Avenue Miami, Fla. 1657 N.W. 73rd St. Miami

Drive Carefully


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NORTH DADE HIGHThe NARANJA ELEMENTAL B.T.W. HIGH SCHOOL : be a "Drop- in your community.Help .

observance of America! The Naranja Elementary PT A! By Dorothy K. Jenkins Out" ParentYou students make use of All
education Week has been the foflls held Its first meeting Oct. 13 i lithe available educational resourceeafter
of much of the avtivitle auditorium. Seniors will be in the spotlight are needed just as muchin high school graduation. Or
>1'\ol'th Dadeltea engaged In dui We were pleased to see sc Monday night when they the high school I'TA as yoq ganize discussion groups for
ing the past week. On Sunday i a many parents In attendance.The present "Seniors In The Spot were In the elementary school teenagers to prepare Join them for(

faculty tea, with quite a unique< members of Mrs. Daniel'sfourth light," an annual event for the association. By participating ac high adult school responsibilities.PTA now. Do It your to

program/ was presented.On grade class presented avery seniors. The theme, "day Nineties" tively in a high school PTA you assure your own youth growthby
will feature than 50
entertaining can discuss with educators and
with Do It
Monday, using the theme, "Good English Is Always in girls In chorus lines and fast- other fellow citizens the alms and working youth.
for the sake of your own teenagers
"Responsible Citizenship, our Style." stepping Charleston routines. objectives of a modern high ,
who need loving amid
principal addressed the studen Mrs. Addle Anderson, Mis Tickets may be purchased from school education. Find out ance and sympathetic your under
body over the public address systl'l11' Josephine Scott and Nelson any member of the senior class. whether your high school has the I standing.

Tuesday James Simmons, Dethel, our principal, were In The Rotary Club of Greater resources staff, physical plant
curriculum assistant at Dookei charge of 'Reporting to Parents Miami is sponsoring a Driving and equipment to provide a Do it as an example fo respon
T Washington, used the them Night." This was an effort to Contest for all senior students good education.Join sible citizenship in .a free society.
"Education and Survival" to( enlighten the parents of the v* with operators llcenso. The contest a study group to get a Do it to let youth know America
point out to students the reality; rlous records that must be kepton will last for the remainderof I better knowledge and under needs the best that young
of the existing lag In our educational their children and to Inform the school year. Mr. Fletcher: standing of adolescent growthand people win offer all their ideal
system as comparable to them of the changes made In i Paschal, driving instructor, la behavior. Ism, initiative and Intelligence.
that of the Russian. the report cards. registering qualified students; Gain confidence by working If we would: build a better to.
On Thursday and Friday of tin The officers for the 1958-59 get your name un the roll now. with other parents whoso prob. morrow let's do It with youth.
wee'( special assemblies an year were elected as follows: Awards will be given at the end lems and experiences parallel And remember, the better to.
planned.On President, Mrs. Annie Rich of the term to all "sate drivers." your own. morrow begins today. Now Is the
time to graduate into the high
ardson; vice president Mrs. Ruth] ended week of interesting Assist teenagers in choosing a
Friday a
Monday, Oct. 10 the seconcFTA career by providing vocational school PTA. It needs your Ideas
Fountain Mrs. Minnie
; secretary and entertaining activities
baby contest was culmlnat guidance and information about Interest, inspiration, service,
L. Demps; assistant secretary related to American Education
fd We congratulate Mrs. Bullock strength support. This then, U
and her cafeteria stiff who Mrs. Addle Anderson; treasurer, Week. These activities includeda a cordial invitation to you to join
sponsored the winning baby Mrs. Zella D. Smith; chaplain,, concert by the choral group Northwestern PTA. The PTA
Nov. 23 to participate in Dlllard
Deacon Felton
(Little Klven Tooks. This grout Sunday; programs sponsored by High Homecoming Festivities needs you whether you are A
the Alumni and PTA;' special mother a father, teacher
turned in the amount of $201.25 A or
They were recent guests of
Paby McCoy sponsored by his PHYLLIS WHEATLEYThe chapel assembly by the Future any other civic-minded Adult.
Northwestern band during the
Teachers of America Club and
mother, our PTA president, place school terminated Us Northwestern homecoming. Yes as a responsible citizen of
l second In the contest, and American Education Week Fri open house on Friday night. The our community you do belong
homeroom 9.6, Mrs. Marlon Al day with great success. purpose for the observance wan Members of the Junior Rod In our PTA and this is A cordial
|ten, placed third. We are grate The theme Card the MUonal'partlcLa.pUon and Cross are preparing for theIr annual Invitation to you to come And
was "Report to bring tho school into tha ;
Nov. 1721.
Roll Call Week
join A welcome awaits
friends who us. hearty
ful to our many supported U.S.A." Short talks were dellv- .
public eye. During this' week each homeroom ,
us In this endeavor you
eyed by teachers of the school The 7th and llth grade Y. is requested to contributeand Northwestern Senior High Invites
Mrs. Alzeta Wilson Is In the during the morning devotionalhour Teens are joining the IIi-Ygroups secure membership cards all parents and other com
Christian Hospital as the result In their annual' Thanks- from the Junior Red Cross. munity citizens to Its next PTA
of Injuries suffered in an automobile A live demonstration was displayed giving project . making and Among the beautiful queens meeting Monday evening, Nov
accident. We wish for her by Miss Yvonne Deveauxand giving good baskets during for homecoming will be lovely 17 at 8 o'clock in the auditorium.
a speedy recovery. her first grade class In the Thanksgiving. All homeroom Patrca Henderson who will be
Mrs. Vivian Long has added an Lenny's Drug Store, 17th st. and groups and organizations are queen of the Future Teachers of ....
Ii 8! pound baby boy to the North 3rd ave. asked to cooperate. with these America. GIVE. GIVE TO THE
Dade family. Many thanks to our speakers,, groups.
Mrs. L. S. Culmer and Moses The band and majorettes have BEAT MOUTRIE BEAT .... .... UNITED FUND! !
On Wednesday of lat week the Perry for their Interesting talks been Invited to Fort Lauderdale MOULTRIE --
Thunderblrds defeated Blanche during the week.! I
Ely of Pompano by a score( of We also wish to thank all parents
2012. This week the team will business and professional
pay Dillard High of Ft. Lauder persons who visited our schoolin

dale. helping us to make better citizens .
Charles D. Wyche principal
of our children.
Barbara Rollins, reporter
The American Education Committee '
consisted of Mrs. Joyce- ,.v w
MAYS ELEMENTARYWith lyn Burroughs chairman Mrs.

plans from each depart Ruby King, Mrs. Eleanore Moore

mint of our school in hand, the and Mr. Huyler.
faculty with the assistance of Herbert flumes, a senior at BARGAIN ? j'

our principal, Is trying It bestt BethuneCookman Co111'ge, anda
t perfect each and everyone of native Mlamlan Is now In.
tl'i-m' ternlng at Phyllis Wheatley under s
I'nder the guidance of Joe the direction of Mrs. PauMne

Williams and his committee a II. Smith.
"prv well planned Fire Preven- Ills major field Is elementary ,

tion Week program was observed education. Mr. Humes completes BET !
graduationIn YOU ,
most efficiently.Our his requirements for x N
zone supervisor visited January, 1959.
Elizabeth Espy, principal
with us some time ago and was
itroatly Impressed with the program Eleanore Moore reporter

of the school in general.Our .
consultants, Mrs. Troy,
who Last week was a very busy one
has charge of our reading v n r i f
program; Mrs. M. Poltler, our at Carver Elementary: as parents
arithmetic; Mrs. Gause, speech, and other Interested persons
And Mrs. B. Smith hearing dropped In, and observed teach
Bought to us a wealth of in"tnictlonai ers as they demonstrated techniques
: aids and informationwhich used in teaching boys and

would prove beneficial girls the three R's. 3; re
both to pupils and teachers. Tuesday night highlighted theweek's
National program. It was one o(
Book Week was ob-
Nerved last week with a v e r y learnng and fun as we tended to ,
Colorful program "Books Are make students out of parents nt r ;IN {
Our Friends." our Tlwlight School. .
We wish to thank the follow *j
Mrs. M. Thomas our elemen ing people for participate on f ,
try librarian has organized the our dally program: Rev T. C. '

Junior Librarians Club, which Kel'y, Religious Education; Mrs.
includes pupils from grades one Anna Anderson Parent Education <

through six. ; PbllllP Cooper, Music Education Nothing . nothing . NOTHING she!
What a treat we had this week ; Dr. George Simpson '
when two-thirds of our parents Science and Medicine and Carl does 10 much AS electric service to lighten 4 .
yslted with us in observance of Rhetta Vocation Education. '
American Education Week.' Pa, Throughout the week parents your work, brighten your home, give you Ar.

rpnts were very much pleased exclaimed over the fact, that time to take it easy-Hay young '. , ,
with understanding more
the work which i Is being they now have a better I
given their children. of the new report card. .. have fun! 7., d a
Teachers were happy to present NOTE TO PARENTS: The
jo the parents the responslblll- next regular PTA meeting will: What was once "light bitl" is now an
lies of teachers; the develop be held on Tuesday Nov. 18, at
went of children from ,six to 12 8 p.m. in the library. investment in electric living. coven not
years Of age and gird them a We invite you to mine out and services
taken for
such granted
Selena only
Picturesque to Mrs.
setting of our school give your support
In general. Scott newly elected president for cooking lighting laundry . but A lot of
Mrs. F. L. Woodard, reporter( the school year.F. O S
Mrs. M. F. Chandler Prla. S. Tucker principal '. "forgotten" ones, too . like hot water,
Maedon Bullard reporterYOOTHACHE t
correct time and entertainment.

Widow Must Sell Yes, for value received, which is the <

only true measure .
new CBS home


Full price $10,695 Sato relief la 20 fecomb. So stilts YOUR BUDGU'S BIGGEST BARGAIN'FLOIIDA

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Cash down $695 tf*

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SW 24th St.
Also weaftttt tot dtnto*Wbttoftf. -
pat H.I eg guild /lorlele
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t \ THE MIAMI TIMES-"The tlvittes for the, week are as fol
: PAGE 16 SATURDAY: ,: lows: ,
i\ Monday through Friday, 4 to 6 I

i Egelloc Civic and Egelloc p.m.Game room activities, .. : Checkers I
Mrs. cards, hockey, bowllte, rlffa,
Social Club Cites 5
; held Its table tennis, etc. '
I Last Sunday afternoon the Tea on
the Range Tuesday 8 p.m. General
i teR2Wft W #S # fl The program committee meeting.
by Miss ;
\ Combs' solos by Wednesday 6 p.m. Iii-Y
Mr. Cook meeting and fellowship. 8 p.m.
I Dorsey S< physical education committee.

I Luncheonette"cUFFORD"llArVY" The Thursday 8pm. Phalanx
World ) fraternity (men 18 to 25).
Patrick Smoker, social recreation, table
Mrs. ;:; I tennis and poo:.
rian at open 'to boys, Friday 7:30 Social recreation
School. The who arc teenagers;
teresting. leisure time
Another space will Saturday 10 a.m.-Game room
gram was : to community activities, hobby club, fun club.
k the The public Is invited to obtain
ae \ 9 membership and
nition of j' participate In
pended in scheduled ac- the program.
and extend !

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\ Daniels Mrs. Mabel, I: to Buy From n at?
The guest
$ f 1 and Plnkney.ed by the Mrs. t t . PL 71645wIrev .

Phalanx u
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: COMBS The .u.,
Proprietor I Carver 'l'::0....
I.duct ,
Fine Foods and Beverages a
I 20 at 7 p.m. ..
Children Under 12 Half Price I. 15th
We Cater to Private Parties All I
Open Daily and Sunday the age .=.-.t.
7 a.m. to 1 a.m. invited to :.
You Call We Deliver tlonal t S::0 r
elude ping t S
943 N.W. 2nd Ave.Phone and other I1 .1 I' "I
FR 3-9368 j vitles.
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