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Title: Miami Times
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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 8, 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: VID00623
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 2264129
isbn - 0739-0319

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Federal Men Put 'Ebony Fashion fair <:L. ,

I Heat On Numbers Here This season when Wednesdau there is so .,

much controversy over hem lines ful carriage will certainly helpa
and waist lines, the fashions dis- woman to express: her feminine
Pinder's Number played in the "Ebony Fashion appeal with a flair, yet retain
Fairto be presented in the "
Dade County Auditorium ,on her own individuality.
Falls as Agents, Commission RefusesJudge's Wednesday -Nov. 12.. will feature Included In ; the' 'Fashion Fair

Seize __ __". """ __......._.........._,."'It will be creations from top name
$23,000Federal designers in Paris, Rome, and

agents didn't wait fora I ht America
cue from Metro Sheriff Tom A highlight in, accessories will
Kelly last Saturday when they a fi4' be Italian shoes and gloves.
swooped down on numbers
kingpin Howard Pinder's big The Miami City Commission on Mrs. DeKnight adds that new ,I''
"Cuba" operation as they -were WILKINS TO Wednesday had before it the styles in men's wear will be !
counting the 'take from last Sat- reslgnltion! of Municipal Judge tai j .,{ (continued pn sage. 13)) t tb +
John D. Johnson but refused
urday's operation. Agents seized SPEAK HERE accept it. The commission ordered 'Ifll.: .. l"QI ...tVa11 t

$23COO.. -""' '" the city's legal depart- ,tI I
The">i well-planned raid terminated NOV. 23 ment to investigate the case

three montihs of planning.The . arising out of an accounting ofa I .'
Pinder operations had been : client's estate and contempt ,
(as"d .thoroughly and agents : ;: charges, and submit the report '
waited until most of the wheels, : for study. The contempt charges

mainly family members, were have already been settled. 2_ .... -- ,
ss-rmblcd! under one roof to Judge Johnson continues to
make their kill. Base of the operations : serve. HARLEAN HARRISa

was at '10517 NW -32nd --------.N cross section 'of Styles to suggest !f f'k
to each woman a conceptfor I
Nabbed along with Pinder TO SPEAKDr. her, individual needs. Ii i

were: Margurite CartwrIght oJ The Ebony Fashion Fair is beIng
Howard Finder Jr., 31 of Ar- New York City will speak on presented by the Gamma
cadia, son of the numbers boss; Sunday, afternoon, Nov. 9th at 4 Zeta Omega Chafer of the Al-
his' wife, Cornelia; Ben "Pickles"i at the Mt. Zion Baptist Church, pha Ksppa Alpha Sorority, in a .
Adams, 45, of 3460 E. 9th Lane, : 1 M J NW 3rd ave. and 9th at., under benefit! performance 8 4 \

I HIaleah; Ida B. Pinder, 46, a American the auspices Christian of the Palestine National Mrs. Bernice Cox, chairman of 'k 41(
cousin of Finder's who lives in
Committee.The the show Committee, 'say"* the
the'raided Clara Goodlett ,Y i
house;. speaker will be introducedby Miami presentation part of a 30-
26, of 1020 W. 46th at. HIaleah, will bel .
cross-country tour,
Dr. H. Franklin city, 1
Williams &:
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a cousin, 27, of 740 NW 129th vice president of the UnIversityof a highlight of the social season.
St., also cousin.
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Miami, and the chairman of According to Mrs, Freda De- TERRY SPRINGER j

o They were charged with conspiracy the local American Christian Knight, director and commentator '
I Palestine Committee. ,, the fashions will suggest 128 AFRICANWOMEN
to violate the federal
t wagering tax law. ,'...........-. Or. CartwrIght hails from New to women styles that will help
r RoWllkins, executive secre- York City. She Is an educator them to reveal their "inner per FINED .'
Under the law they must take ; columnist and world traveler | sonalities. She says, "Beautiful .v
; out a $50 VS. gambling taxI tary tf the National Associationfor A graduate of Boston clothes alone do not make a | JOHANNESBURG, South ",!
r stam;, register as a gambler and the Advancement of Colored slty, she is now professor univer-I' woman but worn with dignity Africa Magistrate's court \
pay. 10 percent tax on their People, will come to Miami Sun- ucation at Hunter College, N. Y. make a woman fashionable, attractive -' Thursday fined 128 African \
gross gambling income. She is a member of the Over- and refreshing.. 'Women 3 (pounds ($8.50)) each,
:day, Nov. 23 to address a rally : seas Press Club of New York. I I with the alternative of a month'sImprisonment
Surrendering to U. S. authorl- climaxing membership driveof Mrs. (Beryl Williams will sing In speaking of some of the' for demonstratingin on Tuesday were three persons the local branches.The a solo. Rabbi Yaakov Rosenbergwill I styles in this season's lines, Mrs. Johannesburg, against the
described as "pidkup men" for offer the prayer The publicIs DeKnight said, "Good posturecan government's latest segregation
Pinder, The same charge. was dynamic speaker will appear invited., i work wonders, and the grace i measure. J
placed against them and a hear at Greater Bethel AME I'I '
ing has been set for Nov. 17. I ,
3:30 before
at : pan an 'I''
They were: Susie Barnfaill, 42, '
r of 3250 NW 45th st.; Fredi II. expected capacity: audience.
Clarke, 52, of 2357 NW 55lh FAUBUS: Douglas Elementary to .
i terr.; and Stanley Pinder, 21- PRAISES 1
s year-old cousin of Howard Finder Wilkins, in" addressing the
if 2420 NW 13th ave. Arkansas State NAACP convention Feature "Live Classroom"community
\ I last Sunday, called Governor -
Orval Faubus a "yjluable I,

enemy." 'In dbservance of American Erma Salter, art consultant.The abtazed with activities -
I "I have no bad words for him" Education Week, Nov. 9-15 thorn for the year Is throughout the week. An \
'said( Wilkins, "I trust he stays Douglas Elementary School will "Report Card, UjS-A." Invitation Is extended to all citizens -
), healthy and active, coming out on feature a first grade class daily The curriculum council of all of this community to visit 'I
the odd-numbered days with new In the display window of the schools have planned a calendarof the schools during this momentous -
elns- to replace those which did I Atlantic, Furniture Co. events that will keep the week. J
l lI. not work on the evennumbereddays. The public Is invited to view "-- 1J\//
." the class from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. rConuent r\
lr and 12:30 to 2
p.m. beginning
Wilkins asserted that Faubus Nov. 10.Instructors. Florida NAACP
had "aided in many ways in
clarifyingthe issue of segrega for the week will
tion. be Mesdames Bernice Austin,
Mary Reeves and Miss Mary
I.J "Sooner or later," he continued Minnis, first grade teachers Successful 1'
J "sober people will demandan along with Mesdames Johnnie ,
a end to all the futile gestures." Patten, music consultant, and,
f i'I
TAMPA The ivth Annual
l r I Convention of the Florida '

i Killer of Chinese Gets LifeAnthony I I Conference recently closed of Branches its I *K

, :Daytona Beach, was ''7
.. '.success by all of the +
t and guests who attended
.. ) lions and man meeting. j
-- A Theodore Bell, 28, N
Myrna Range, charming former member of "The Quallls"singing I A total of 132
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Oscar groom who Is a son and T.slce" Gets $230,100 fir Sttam 103 branch delegates
grandson of was sentenced -
L. Range 'of S727 NW 17th are* to Daytona Beach to bear 16)I
*life imprisonment
a junior at Spelman College J* Tuesday for*murder. 'The National Science Founda- versitles will share a sum of on Civil the Rights leaders that five "'
First Attendant to US Alpha The sentence was pronounced tion has awarded Tuskeget Institute over $4,600,000 in this program made. Many progress of them
Phi Alpha for the Alpha fraternity by Circuit Judge Vincent C. GlbUn a grant in excess of slated to reach 1400 teachers oi take part in a more
of Morehouae College. Sh.wilt' after Bell]pleaded guilty to a $230,800 in support of an Aca science and mathematics. gram calling for '{
I charge of''first-degree murder in demic-year Institute designed to For the past two years the a
] reign in' the Jlomecominj the shooting 'o Joe Jung Deck, help high school science and National Science Foundation has voter registration J'I
. activities on November 15, when I 02, Chinese grocer, during a mathematics teachers improve sponsored Summer Institutes at ed voters at Increasing in each the*. ,
Mnrehouse will go against How- June 23 robbery at the grocery, their subject matter knowledge. Tutkeeet and 107 other colleges are If'
rd',* tor .homecoming fonorssy 1900 NW 5tti court. A total: of .32 colleges and uzU.., and sa lveralU... (continued on fafe, + ,r
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tor, frost-free refrigerators and
MAYS vs. ATTUCKS IN HOMECOMING I Home Builders freezers, heavy-duty garbage
disposers, and a dishwasher with
__ .___ ..___._.______________ __, ,._,_,--A <'V Nov. 16-23
Show stepped-up temperature for extra -
With Christmas approaching,
visitors to the Miami Home Then, close by Leisure Land,
Bui'ders: Show at Dinner Key visitors will find another display
Auditorium, Nov. 16-23, can heir intended to provide South Flo-
themselves to more leisure in ridians with more free time. Thisis
two ways. the "Give Better Electrically"
exhibit of small appliances guaranteed -
First, they can visit the main to solve most Christmas
Leisure Land display where list problems.In .
pretty home economists demonstrate -
ways to put the latest addition to a comprehensive
electrical servants to work. display of "giftable" items in all

I Here, in eight model electric price ranges, there will be a

kitchens, many 1959 appliances cook-it-yourself section. Here

.. will be on view for the first visitors can try out electric fry-
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time. Newest models are designd griddles, blenders, and
The Mays Rams of Gould. will 6 .......................... Carver 12 Monday CSoUr Day to bring as much automationInto pans,
take on Attuckt High of Hal. 33 .....................-... Blanche 6 Tuesday-Class room pep rally the home kitchen as pos- other popular appliances. Flonda
landala Friday, Nov. 7 In a gala 7 ...................... N'western 0 Wedneiday-Bonfire, 7:30: p.m. sible. Power and Light Co. will even
homecoming at Homestead Park. 0 ................. ...... Belglade 0 Thursday-Homecoming dance In 1959 have the pancake batter readyto
The 'Rams' season record Is ? 7 ....................... Dlllard 12 Mays cafetorlum, 8 p.m. I Among the improvements
wins 2 defeats and one tie. The homecoming activities begin Friday-Parade, 5 p.m., Home i are an pour

May. 69 ................ North Dade 0 I Monday, Nov. 3.FAMU . stead. Kickoff 8:15 p.m.

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I Caruer- BTW at Stadium Sat. GAMMA ZETA OMEGA CHAPTER *x

: TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper" I
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CYRIL CARK II I Dad C.I.oO.M..nty Aediterbm
. Hornets' Fullback

Tha Carver High Hornets defending I EBONY'* wott ktomtfwl nedsh. will
City Champions, will I feature oH KM. sew bob Inm Parti
and Rom .
nv it the aggressive Booker T. *
Wa hlnjton Tornadoes,' old rivals I
Saturday, Nov. 8 at 8:15: pjn. at Pot IWOIMATICN CAW

the Miami Stadium.The I FAMU GRID CAPTAIN -I Mrsv. ..,.. Got Nl 547S3Mn.

Hornets, who defeated the F Willie\ "J lly" Taylor, 222 pound 1M... Crowds ft 94001
Tornadoes last year by an hums h. Miss Cth l
'Tal'ahassee senior center, is a Orb HI 4OU6
::sating margin of 53-0, are
cog in the Florida A&M Univer-
eagerly wiaiting a spirited Tornado -
team. I s ty HaUlers opponents offensive

_. I PASS SNATCHER n :chines. Jelly is a cocaptainih's
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Horace Small is the: key to the year and has been contactedby
Florida A&M University Rattlers every pro team In the country.
aerial attack. Small U a senior He is a aura: bet t for All-Ameri-
end from: Jacksonville. He can honors this fall. 9--

stands six even and weighs 200 ___ I II Ii _
w .ounds Horace can haul In the
big ones) when they are m o s t
Advertise It !
needed. I Pays I

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Bethune faces Morris

:: "' For FREE Pick-up and
i Delivery Service on

College Saturday Prescriptions

(Bethune-Cookman College gets -IIt SERVICEDRUG

I ready for its 1058 Homecoming, I : : STORE
Nov. 8 as each organization on NOTICE ON
I the campus begins to decorate CLASSIC ,- "Prescription Compounding
buildings and cars. r Specla II.u"Sundrie.
The Bethune-Cokman Wild- PARADE UNITSOfficial
cats will meet the team from I Gifts
Morris College at Welch Memo- permission to enter all
float and unftt the Patent Medicines
other In
rial Stadium on that date.A .
Orange Blossom Classic Paradeon Greeting Cards
large number of alumni Is .Y *
expected to return to the cam- Saturday, December 13, must
pus, as many chapters have con- b. obtained from the Chief Pa. 1240 N.W. 3rd Ave.
testants in the "Miss Alumni rade Marshall Elliott J. Plate, SIDNEY T. COX
Contest," which will terminate at the office of the Miami Time, Registered Pharmacist Phone FRanklin 3-2932
at the college Friday, Nov. 7 at 1112 NW Third Ave., phone FR
8 p.m. 3-2236, by or before Saturday,
GUS MARSHALL The Daytona Chapter of Alumni November 22 In order for that
. Tornadoes Halfback QB Association is planning for float or unit to participate In the
the entertainment of all return- parade. Any float or unit not
a ing alumni with a barbecue sup- confirmed by Nov. 22, will not
better team than statistics show. peAr at the home of Atty. ana be permitted to enter the parade. Large 3 & 4 Bedroom 2 Bath
They have outplayed their win- Mrs. Horace Hill, 521 CypressSt. Signed: Elliott J. Pine
ning opponents, and will not immediately after the game. Chief Parade Martha!! MODERN HOMESWith
consider the past games that All returning alumni will register N22 Florida Rooms and Patios
have been played. The rivalry with the local secretary who
between the two teams has always will be on the campus' directlyin AT BEAUTIFUL. .
been kecft, regardless of front of White ,Hall, Satur-
the teams' record. The Tornadoes day morning. J. B. SMITH GOLDEN HEIGHTSA
will be led by their galloping
halfback James Mortimore (and ELECTRICSERVICE
FROM Planned Community with a parkIn
Marshall. KEEP HAIR
quarterback Gus

The conquered Hornets, who an have invincible recently NOMORB GOING MAIft OOIHO.ACII"BACK IRORL.UI'. VONDMITVbWATM ......'"... Electrical Contractor $1,500 DOWN-Balance less than rent
Middleton squad 26-2, will be HiriLLlMT. . rtMUkAN. ANOMUNCS rRtUIHOOIL. FOil WMM HAIR. HOUSEWIRING"Don't Call or tGolden "
led by their hard running back- .TllCMMN.'IOV.*tO NATUUkLkY IOn AND NOT GKIA11rtUULAM '..
'AttR. PCU.BNT. PKUIINO OIL CON.TAIN Heights Land Company
of Call us"
field which' consists quarter- *ftAftl IIUCOMK...N K TOU AUTICIANMUOOUTI. o. cuss
backs Sinclair King and Leo aIDA.Il..1; .aJJ PHONE NE 5-3058 1600 N.W.. 24th Terr., Fort Lauderdale
Williams, halfbacks Cyril Clarke --n"SlIlan. W Phone LU 3-7720
and Ulysses Norris and the power : Night or Day
running of fullbacks Fred r' ..155.. OIL
Miller and James Clara -1A..IIAN.IIy.......'.A.a..-



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Happenings at J. E. !

Around Miami Scott Day Care


By DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDU I
N.N.NN.1..NIINN..N.WELL .......................,..............................NNN.........N YOU KNOW SVS IN HCATnC
That most kindergarten child

being away after for y NAACP Campaign five ren like year to olds look pretend at books to read? Some and NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
five months the S
Moves ForwardThe those more mature get great
only thing I can
enjoyment out of copying letters
say Is that it's I'; FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
and numbers from printed ma-
nice to be back] NAACP campaign got underway -
home. The fabulous this week with a large terial.
C h 1 k 1 le :lumber of leaders (participating.
c | That a lot of worrisome things
Home and The county has been divided youngsters do are Just natural- Over Overwhelming pJ NrsSf.nnttu .
self went into divisions with a leader sometimes needful in their .

Nassau week for a my-I] I heading Each division these divisions.has been namedfor growing up? that you cannot ont3hyestage1!! !!! . cs
.en leader compare one child with another
some outstanding
mentwhicn --every' family is different -
turned into 12 weeks, and I must Listed among them are: I every child is different
say that it was a wonderful 12 Mary McLeod Bethune, Rich- I II III
weeks. Our humble thanks to mond Heights; Duke Ellington, PATRON'S COUNCIL NEWS
South Miami; Jackie Robinson,
many people such as The Councils of both Centers
Locka Charles
; Congressman
Peanuts Taylor, Paul Meeres Sr.,
have been organized and much
Dins, Hialeah; Willie Mays,
Mary (Saxy Mama) Clark, Lucille -
Brownsville; Roy Wilkins, Coco- Interest is 'being shown by mem
Addorly, Arnold Flowers, iaJkU3b
: nut Grove; Joe Louis, Liberty bers. They are looking forwardto
Barbara Grant, George Evans
City; Thurgood Marshall, Home- making' the bazaar a
(Shell Room on Bay St.), Fred-
stead; Roy Campanella, Perrine; .The chairman of both success'j
die (Mr. Cat and Fiddle) Mun- all members
Daisy Bates, North Miami Beach. are asking
nings, Rose Elden, Preston Burroughs I the next Council meeting a must
Millie Bethel, Mrs. Mol- Miami proper is divided In the i in attendance.
lie, Albury, The Honorable Gerald following divisions: Daisy Lamp- ,
Cash, Skippy Hall, Mr. and kin, Martin Luther King Harry I (Birthday Children: Happy
Mrs. Rene Vogt, Miss ,Red Wal- T Moore, Hank Aaron, Ruby birthday to Colon Lee, Donald
ler, Hubert Pinder, owner of Hurley, John H. Lewis, Atlanta I i I Palmer, Naomi Cobbs, and fanl4t .
Capt. Kid, Allan Miller (real estate Life, N H. Martin, Walter Barbara Williams. !(
kingpin' ) plus hundreds of White and Mallie Hunter
other fine people.I'd Each division and team will Hallowe'en and birthday party w
try to out strip the other. was a combined event this year r H
also like to thank the fellows The popular Dr. John O. for the youngsters. Nrrldll lMllr llgDlwr
who, work for the Nassau Brown is throwing his weight in Ilaippy (birthday to Mrs Louise
Guardian for the fine things' the campaign as one of the co- Strickland, and Mrs. Elizabeth
they said about Chickie and myself chairmen in charge of special Button staff members.
Again I say thank you donations Dr. Brown urges the I
Nassau for being so nice to us." church and organizations to dig EVENTS
deep into their treasuries and WIEIENDW1IOWAL1ED
'Well Thanks to all participants,
leaving Nassau our
give liberally to the fighting fund
friends and members of the 51ma ,-
next stop was Atlanta, Ga. ThereI for freedom. i
found that my mother-in-law Omicron Chapter of Alpha
has had a heart attack and is Chi Pi Omega Sorority for a
very ill, but -it seems as if she very entertaining and beneficial ,
is ln be OK tea that was given on the 26th f 1
jrr> ? to so Chickie andI
do the of October. We are very grateful EWEST '
big show. Just abouteverybody i
and happy for results ob-
was on It: Wild Bill ( AT \
Davis! Ruth Brown, Little Willie tained. dwwrn.o 0 &
Brown, Ray Charles: Mlokev and .
Sylvia, Paul Williams The: Moon-
glows Paul Breckenridge, and CAPITOLTHEATRE
somebody else I can't seem to, I
remember. SUN., MON., TUES..., WED.

Then it ha-pened: Mrs. Wed- SAT MIDNIGHT AND '
dell Farmer, known to thousands SUN., MON., TUES. I fl(
of folk all over the U/5A. a< GOD CREATED WOMAN FOR MAN
Peggy Farmer, passed on. Andit Stewart Granger In .
was a day the Bondu
family Here again I'd like to "Harry Black and "
express my thanks to the many The Tiger r
friends for their telegrams and
cards that were sent from Miami plus George Montgomery In

If at any time Mayme or I "Badman's Country" )
can ever do anything to help
someone please feel free to call '..--:- ," -
on us I .
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Now we are back home and' BENEDICT QUEENS Elfreida Taylor, "Miss
there has been a few changes: Homecoming" (left) and P ftmela Strachan, "Miss Bene- ,I
Bert Jackson
Terrace; Clyde Killins left the is makinga Booker diet," reigned at the Benedk College Homecoming cele- ,

success out of the Fiesta Room: bration last week in Columbiior ia, S.C. Miss Taylor is a sen- sa !, 1.I I Ir 1./

the Jim Jam Club is putting on from Charleston, majorinj in business education. Miss !./

bigger and better shws; there'sa Strachan, a native of Nassau i,, Bahamas, is a junior in the
new restaurant opened on 15th college of liberal arts.
ave.: also one on 2nd ave; Sam (
(Mr. Sir John Hotel) Rabin Is
planning big things for the winter I *
; I heard tell that Dizzy Gil- WPB KILLER :

Hsjie may be the opening attrac- Hat CleaningMany
tion (that's rumor); Chicks are GETS CHAIRWest
having shoe fights at a local pub years' experience
over a man; Clementine P ttf- Satisfaction Guaranteed
grew is debating with herself Palm Beach A Janitorwas Arthur and Rudolph Marshall
trying to find the right name for sentenced to the electric 1704 N.W. Bffth Terr.
the blessed event Blanche Cal- chair Monday for the May 2 Phone OX 1-7725 I
loway looks like Miss Slend- bludgeon slaying of Miss Louise WIDE SCREEN In Eastman Color
Baler, employe of the palm Beach
ella herself; and as for Ion
Western Union office. CHRISTIAN
getting as fat as a pig Tell I"'''*
Jimmy Wilson I've tile fern*MISS UNIYIUI fr.m fJUNCIMr
got a message James Edward Brooks, con-
for .... OOUT
him. AlflIRT
victed Sept. 7, of the murder, told BUNCHETHEATRE h
Judge Culver Smith three men In
Pretty Girl of The Week: Judy
Conklln Fenderson. a "purple Chevy" beat the wom- OPA LOCKA -
an to death. Defense attorney T.I. NA 1-7122 '"
Teacher of the Week: Miss Bet John Evans, who said Brooks ,
ty Timmons (Dorsey Jr. High.) did not tell him this earlier, was 8UN, MON., TUES. l

turned down in his request for anew /r r
Nick.Policeman" of the Week. "Big trial.Brooks. "Ride a Crooked Trail" The

said he did not tell with Audle Murphy
So as I .always sayfl be sure to about the three men before because ,
"Live life, every golden minuteof they threatened to kill hit "Chase a Crooked FlY :
It." Peace. wife and family Shadow"with .

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.......... ........ o.A--. ---.-..-..- Book Week Slated ,-'. ,',Skinner R. R. Moten, vrsttij'Elementary librarian School at
PAGE 4 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1958 She will review "Nor Ccrio, Nor
- --- JUST BROWSIN'By For Nov. 16 Show" by John 11. McGtey.

PAUL R. HENRY Richmond Heights Wo- Miss Skinner did her under-

-..--.-M-**-****** man's The: Club will l present its Bee- jpoduafework at Uvingstone
----- Book Review program -. College In $Salisbury, N. C. She
I jTTEMPORA In St. Augustine the HI'torIc on Sunday Nov. 16 at thTots has bad advanced study at Atlanta -
Society appealed to Governor Towne Kindergarten ir University and the Univer-
Collins and the State Road D.- Richmond Heights. sity of Illinois.
artment not to destroy the Old
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flavor of their city by scheduled to begin Mrs. Is chairman -
World The program
MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ELLIS widening the streets, but to no at 4 o'clock, promises to be of the Book Review Com-
The Time Ate Change And We Are Changed With Them" avail. The officials said the workis interesting. The book review mittee. The public is cordially
---- necessary fur the city s will be given by Miss L. L. invited to attended.
Office at INI N.W. Third Avenge., Miami Florida-Phone FR 3-2236 growth, and approved a $311-
r Plant at (740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone PL 4.6128 665 contract for the same. -
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H. E. SIGI5MUND REEVES Editor Some big time stealing cameto
GARTH c.. REEVES. Associate Editor and Business Manager light this week A hen the
sale in all areas of Dade County
Boulevard National Bank found Home and Lots for
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association they were fleeced out of
Member .f the Associated Negro Press $321000 by one Joseph Lamonl- Reasonably priced LISTINGS WANTED

ca, who also got Northern banks! Phone FR 43297S.
NW 3rd Ave.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: fcr more than a half million. 742
Saturday evening Nov. 8 the Hutcheson, Jr., Registered Real Estate Broker
York City Opera, the first
THE NEGRO PRESS believe that America can best lead the world New
New York operatic organ-
from racial and national antagonisms when R accords to every man major talent
of color erred, hit and Hating ization
regardless race or hvman legal rights. debut young
w ii; present in
we ma*, fearing no wun-4M Negro Press strives to help every man Dcbria Browto, Negro mezzo- The '
in the firm belief tHat all men are hart as long as anyone is held back. contralto in a performance oi Announcing

C*>tred as Second Class Matter Aofwst 9. 19Z7, at the Post Office at George Bizet's "Carmen." Re-opening of

Miami. Ftortoa ..dcr the set ef March 9, 187C fa-
Well, I missed one of my .
vcrite TV Sunday night programs Combs'
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK and worst still Your
Browser didn't even get a
DEMOCRATS IN CONTROLThe chance to get some of that big
money in "The $64,000 Ques- Luncheonette'
Democratic: Party had things going their own' tion." The show c.c-ed last 5 n-

way in Tuesday's election and this was so practically ,day night. Why, I would have 943 N.'Y2nd Ave.
nationwide. However they lost New York, the largest even settled for a Cadillac!

state, when Republican millionaire Nelson A. Rockefeller -I In Nottingham, Eniland, Vic- Phone FR 3.9368
) defeated millionaire AvereM Harriman: of i Y4 I
governor tcr Blake a Jimaican:: is president -
New York. Many prognosticators are saying Mr. Rocke-' of1e Carlton Branch of --+

feller might as well be among candidates for the officeof [;the Amalgamated Society of
President in the 1960 election. I Woodworkers. He is the first OPENING NOV. 6 y _

The Democrats now control the Congress with 273 Negro to hold: this office.

ipembers in the House and 62 in the Senate. The Repub-I' The Civil Rights I 4:30 p.m.

licans hare 1SS in the House and 34 in the Senate.In will hold hearings: on D::..r ):r Public Invited w
the State of Florida the election was as expected.In 8 en the aIeied'iolaio:; oivcting

Dade County, $3,269 went to the polls Senator Spes- rihts in Alabsma. Featuring

*urd Holland won easily over Leland Hyzer, his Republican Investigators Mississippi and ire *crk.ngin CIFFORD "Baby" COMBS

The vote was 368.261 to 150907. November 10-14 wall: be rb-

In the school board race C. Raymond Van Dusen served as American Education We Cater to Private Parties
and Jesse Yarborough were successful. Week by oar schools. A g. >d I
Republican Rep. William Cramer: St. Petersburgwas time to visit: the sc4' oos.: E.-c-v- Open Dilly and Sunday-7 a.m. to 1 a.m.
re-elected. body especially parents and
I guardians will be welcome. I Clifford "Baby" Combs, Proprietor

SUNDAY CLOSING The Carver Branch cf ?ne |
YMCA moves into its ne-*!iv
Once again there is a move on for closing all "non- equipped home at 5770 NW 15J ,.'.. _. .- -. >
essential" business places on Sundays. It is sparked by ave. on Monday Nov. 17. The -
the Ministerial Association and the Greater Miami new home used to be the Orchard

Council of Churches, with 14 or more new groups favoring Villa Baptist Church. You must
visit and Inspect your YMCA
the campaign. AT
building. LASTAvailable
Petitions for closing will be circulated in. churches |

throughout Greater Miami ,on November 16. It's good news that a speclalcocamittee
The decision to close win be voluntary. .,' will be appointed to

The Rev. R. B. Culbert, a member of the committee consider automobile insurance To
said: rates in Dade. They are just too Everyone
Lib especially for the work-
"This will be the first real test in the mushrooming so
1q nun. ,
campaign to shut the shop on Sunday. .

*It will be up to a basinessraan's own conscience to In Miami Beach's new exhibition -

decide whether his work is t essential or sot It will cot be Hall on Wednesday night LOTS FOR SALEOR
Johnny Busso :
up us. dechampion
Many business: places in Miami do close on Sunday's.Let cisioccd lightweight '
Joe Brcwa in a 10-round non- -
us hope this campaign will be the means of closing title bout Doot be surprised 11'.'
some others whose business is not essentiaL these two fighters meet in

The Cuban election: is over
Pope John XXIII was crowned on Tuesday with Andre Rivero Augero is t.M -

much ceremony. Highlights of his coronation were televised new president. He was the choiceof .

and millions of people were able to get a glimpse President of rebel Batista leader, and Fidel all Castro efforts Beautiful.Richmond
of the coronation
and his. followers failed to
John is 77 years old. The new Pope, like his tit the election.

predecessor Pius XII appears to be a Pope of Peace.

The day after his election be asked world leaders, "W by Open HouseAt HeightsFinest

must the resources of human ingenuity and the wealth oi ,
peoples be turned more to producing- arms, pernicious ins Sunlight School

strameats: of death and destruction than to increasing the Communrty Living Especially For Children
TherewiS' be
Open House at
common welfare. S r.ygbt Beau y School SUrt.:1.f: f RESIDENTIAL LOTS
Scr. 10 to U.11 are cordial ;r : $1775 to $2950
CHIEF JUSTICE WARREN THREATENED irrited. ,\ Reasonable Terms
The ixshioa show which
Chief Justice Gut Warren and Justice Felix Frankfurter presested last F':5d11a.s. a success was HOMES $8350 to
of the U. S. Supreme Court have received anonymous u.:1"U: would like to I $35,000
threats aDd are being guarded by FBI agents It's thark the models j-kl hair s y- I FHAVAConventionalWCHMOWD

not difficult to find the re&5OD-The Supreme Court decisions lass .far presea&xf a 1ro:1.ert..1lsboT. :

on segregation, of course!-Gat bone t y, it's HEIGHTS OFFICE
shameful to think of sach acts in these enlightened days
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Nov. 14 at the Jim Jam . Al- keenly interested in raising,:'the '\
I ha Phi Alpha's "Youth on Pa quota for ,Dade. Kemp is, \that j
rade" plus: Coronation Is Friday, type of person whatever}''ne I
Nov. 28 . The Church of In- participates in, he is bound to )
caination present St Augustine's come up a winner, or put up a I'.a
College Choir in a musical con: darn'good fight No need foru us I 1
cert Sunday, Nov. 39( at North- to say here how Important it is ",
y wy western . Daytona Beach to contribute to the United FundIt '
r ;J Beauticians and King Cole Beauty - has been explained on raidio, Tit r
Supply Hair Styl Show and TV, newspapers, etc. Do you ,\1
Dance at Club El Chico Wednes- know that even a dime is accepted i
day, Nov 12.
I I .

their annual Harvest Barn Dance located in the office of the late '.
"tLt the night !before Thanksgiving at 'Dr. George Styles . Dr. H. '
the Harlem Civic Theatre Melton White, the tooth extractor -
Guild's Children's Theatre Dance opens In Liberty City at 1538
Festival Nov. 28 at James E. NW 62nd St. We wonder why
Scott Audit . Ceasor's Univer- to many dentists and medics are
sity of Cosmetology is having choosing the second ave. and
open house Sunday, Nov. 9. It's 3rd ave. strips in downtown Miami -
located on the corner of 22nd when the "boon docks" :area
ave. and 53th st. I I potential gold mine?

___. '___ ______ EUGENE KEMP, manager of
Dame Autumn struts in splen- - the Liberty Square Housing Pro- CHILD CARE j. '"1''' '
dor, pleasure-wise The sea- ject is doing a good job as
son's greatest vendor. She's time chairman of the United Fund. Will care for your child ten
for party giving and for h 1 g h 1 Probably a better chairman derly in my home. I
society living. Time for friends could: have been picked, but I 1147 N.W, 6h Ave.
to get together, regardless of c doubt it. Kemp is vociferous and
fare or weather. Time for fra-
ternity, sorority Rush-ins. When I
frospectives flash their best grin! ..
and pledgees smile under pres- Open dally 9 a.m. 6 p.m. Sat. 9 ..m. 1 pm, J. '
sure. Lest the Greeks mistake iL: 't:
gesture. Dame Autumn struts in ,\\ \ '' ' ' '' ;acras rnne R I -" ,,.1,

splendor. She's, a (jlgood time". I Seaboard Medical Service .'
season vendor. BILL ALLEN It expecting to I round the clock broadcast sched- I.'NIr
Yes Dame see you at fabulous Vizcaya this uled soon f Iva Usher, Nassau ALSO DENTAL SERVICE '
Autumn's title, r "J y. ;" 'I'Ii
Good Time Season Vendor, was' week. This being Art Exhibit Guardian's employee is vacationing -
I special rates are offered at this and visiting Barbara i i'I I
splashed In and
sumptuous delectable i
splendor when Mrs.('I Dade County Art Museum, built Ellison at her home in Liberty I
Gwendolyn Sawyer Barnett and by the late James Deerlng. Did City. 2188 N.W. 7th Ave. Phone FR 3-2691 .: "," '..
know that this estate is 20 .
Mrs. White you I
Evelyne Mincy,
members of the Aurora Club acres of Brickell Hammock and ENTERTAINMENTS The (Next to Seabord Railway) I
110 acres of formal gardens. Bill Charmettes third annual Sadie
(pledgees) of Sigma Gamma Rho: '
Sorority entertained Miami's said I among the 500 that visited. Hawkins Day Dance, Friday, ,.
here last 15
Gamma Delta Sunday only were
Sigma Chapter, at
Colored. is ....
an Autumn Dinner at the home Vizoaya nonsegregated \ I'
of Mrs. 'Barnett on Saturday, and it takes two hours to S : .i ,
Oct. 25 from six to eight o'clock. cover the tour. The house con- ..., ("' "

Reading from left to right: sists the of public.69 room The, 20.gardens are opento and Ancient : j,,11':' : I: :" '.
Aurora Mincy, Soror WaltonY house are recreations of "The why Age can say: .; ::: .
Robinson, dean of pledgees; I H.' .1II
Tradition" and
Baroque "The
Aurora Barnett, Sorors Sarah II, 1
Cherry Anderson, Velma L. Italian Renaissance You are ,, .. ':
free to stroll "
Hurd, Hazel W. Troy, Aleene V. leisurely through S
Taylor, basileus. Seated,;; Soror the Hammock, see what peopleall L
Malble D. Barlow, Hazel Reeves over the world come here to 'IF
Grant, Eunice W. Liberty, and see. And you haven't, yet it's in I '
Sadye C. Johnson. your back door Bill will bi* .
post looking after for you.years It's on his Virginia new '::.1 i 'I I r ly,

Capitol Theatre to Beach r

Sponsor BenefitIn THE SOCIETY of Contempo. ""' :

rary Jazz had its coming out
keeping with a nation-wide party last Friday evening tap of YOU CAN' i I
effort for a most worthy cause, the roof of the Carver Hotel ,
the Capitol Theatre will conduct Enrollment is expected to increase -
a special benefit drive for the after this gala event . .
Will Rajers Memorial Hospital The Johnny and Marsha Trio is
at Saranac Lake, N.Y. on Sun not making any new notes, but
day, Nov. 9. During each of the Marsha is specializing with Earl
several shows on Sunday, a Sawyer group, planning to openat
special appeal will be made for Variety Theatre in "Tobacca \
donations for the benefit of the Road," a flew waxen is expected FIND A BETTER
hospital. then 1 . The AKA's present
The Will Rogers Memorial "Ebony Fashion Fair" at Dade
Hospital and Research laboratories County Auditorium Wednesday,
are operated for the benefit Nov. 12. Ft's a benefit for th'lr
of, all persons in the amusement scholarship fund.
industry, regardless of race,
creed or color.Sunday's .
appeal is one of ,several I W.W. tag the fabulous Jo :
'being made in theatres! and Thompson as "Ebony piano BOURBON
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throughout the nation. Patrons of the Gallagher's on Biscayne
the, Capitol Theatre will be ask- Blvd . Dave Bondu will be .W
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MOTHER ANDIN ,Mrs. Mignin H. Wilbanks 40
THE MIAMI TIMES-'The People Newspaper"PAGE Free Civil Defense a postal clerk, said she bought
in DAUGHTERIRISH the ticket with her daughter
6 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1958SOUNDOFF Lectures Verna Clarke, 19, a drugstore'


15 and older Their home was burned in
All years a
persons Two women, one blaze last
Civil Defense to mystery July and
urged by authorities : -
are white
lectures them, whose home in a have assigned
attend the three free of seri- a police
and demonstrations on Individual neighborhood burned and guard to the ruins. Verna
last wag
at 8 p.m. ously injured her daughter,
Survival beginning hospitalized for eight weeks
revealed as ( with
Monday, Nov. 10( in the auditobium week were burns.
Sweepstakes tickets severe
of Northwestern Senior High of Irish

a o. /"" nt the lecture Miss ---- -- -- -- -------
grul yvac u*
- Civil Defense
I ---I Geraldine Jackson,
C.' staff nurse explained, is to give
1IIf l.S Those were the days of the valuable information and explain You can be LUCKYIn
real soldiers, the fighting men- procedures which an individualmay
Part III "Thli Life We Lead. men with guts and nerves of use to reduce injury or save love . In money . always!
"Old soldiers never die, they steel, men who heard the cries his life in event of enemy nuclear Need i new lover? Lost your old
when war
fade away" These words for peace in times attack on this area. one? Is your business bad Need
Just who
on the tongues of everyone Miss Jackson, who is serving more money? All alone . Need
the first line of a once popular
and even
knew the dangers, the !
the Its of I as contact chairman for friends? Unlucky at cards? Want
song sere on many but could
Americans not too far back into I those who discussing were young the, matter series of three meetings, may be'I! more of the better things In life?
the past. Most people seemed tc not help reached at MO 1-4281. "Indivi More happiness? Want to attract
feel that the song was Intendedfor I even in their childish way. dual Survival Training Is a Joint and influence others? If any of
the days when a
Those were which all
General MacArthur, who, at felt honored to wear the community project the above apply to you, send now
the time was relieved of his ;men and became clubs, churches and other groups for our free catalogue with com
uniform of the service, "
should take part, Miss Jackson list of occult Louisiana and
command by President Truman.!I idol plete
a kind of community of clubs,
explained. "Leaders India foods, Incenses, candles
Tuliy, the old soldier, as wellas in his right. ,
the old army, is seeing the Those were the days when churches and other organizationsare of herbs, roots, oils and books of
end of an era a military era service to one's country seemed urged to have groups rep free ancient and modern practices .
that can be traced back to World than anythingelse. resentatives attend No cost.. No obligation.
more Important lectures and demonstrations
War I, but became more evident A man who did not serve, Making the lectures of special
during the Second World War he physically capable, was I
was interest, it was pointed out, is the
Presently, the army is under- scorned.It fact that physicians will serve as
going a rapid change in orderto was also during that period I speakers. AFRO-INDIA IMPORT COMPANY
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we gay Jet Age, even earthling windows of their homes to let free lectures and demonstrations:
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is the old fading? 1840 NW
Why army the defense of his country. Senior High School,
Let us look briefly, in retrospect The new army does not encompass 157th St., Opa Locka.
at what is being termed the an- that pride, that willing AOORU1
tiuqa-ted. ness to serve. It does not developthe cut _JWI _
The early years of W o rId I kind of fighting men we lize the need for a standing army .,...=
War I found America unprepared -' knew some ten or fifteen years and the moral needs of their
for war, as she had been ago. troops. I
previously. There seemed to be I Some say the answer to this lies Several other minor points
no need for a standing army; the''I in the fact that the nation has like education, adolescent enlistees -
Americans were at peace with had no conflicts since the police and still others, are slowly
the world. Nothing could changethe action in Korea. Even though burying the old army and developing SEE THE
complacency of this nation there are several 'hot spots" in the new.
Then, German ships::: attacked the the world today, the fire is not But the old soldier, as wellas
British fleet and before long, the sufficient to kindle a tremendous the old army, will never die, WORLD'SGREATEST
complacent Westerners were tak- spark which would ignite the rather like he song, they will
ing arms against the agressors. fighting, prideful spirit of the simply fade away into the annalsof
Only then did the United States true soldiers. history.
begin to realize the need for a Until next weekAdieu.For .
standing army. Only then did she Others say, a peace-time army COLORED
realize that her attitude about has unrest, which causes discip- .
and merely fIgments linary problems and thereforeany _
war peace were I PSYCHIC
of a one-sided imagination. attemtps at rigorous training Prompt, Efficient
would be fatal. I
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Along Freedom's RoadBy

end on our backs . in a "
RUTH 111111 NM.,...NI..........-................. up .
PERRY -- hospital or a grave.Is I USE OUR CLASSIFIED
A recent nows Item confirmedan this not a solution for the III
. .
111" lessening of the terrible toll on
old belief of mine, that the ,
The fall membership Drive is I If prejudice, then, is a kind of human element in driving caused our streets and highways . the j'' ;
getting under way in this area mental disorder, how can we most accidents. There are no carnage of today?
under the direction ,of W. C. Pat- I combat or reduce it? Dr. J a n dangerous corners . only dangerous
ton, a field secretary of the Stevenson, a psychiatrist, offers drivers. Cross roads ire \
NAACP. Plans have been made the following suggestions. For- harmless, but not cross motor- : II
and workers' organizational) tunately, he says, we have some ists! The changes made in cars 1
meetings have already been held. grounds for optimism. In the first over the years are symbolic of
When an NAACP worker knocksat place, whatever diminishes fear j the situation The crank' has disappeared
your door, do not turn him and the sense of failure lessens ( from the front of the \.
away. If you are already a mem- prejudice. These times of more car, but it turns up (too often) \
ber, look at your membership prosperity for all Americans in behind the steering wheel. With L I I 1ir4z1tflviI1
card to see if you need a re- general make a sca'pe' goat for ) the advent of automatic driving
newal. If you are not a member failure less necessary and should we find that that hot rod who
think about these things and allow for better relations between used to be weak in the clutch is
then Join up to help yourself and Negro and White. I now just plain shiftless
other Negroes become first-clas
American citizens. Educational measures can Remote conrol, which most of
heli;. Although prejudices tendto us think is a future feature in
.automobiles, is practiced today
ignore facts, a slow drip of
facts by drivers whose minds are Idling '
can eventually erode even' \
This association, organized to the most granite prejudices. ; while their motors are racing. r-4_
help make real the rights guaranteed Perhaps of the greatest value in 'Hard top cars are a recent innovation __ s
Negroes in the Constitu- reducing prejudices are personal but the hard top driver -
tion of the United States, is now experiences with the misperceived has always been with us. ,
Then there is the fellow who Is
working toward the following group. But only certain shar-
goals: a federal anti-lynching ed experiences act in this way, lightheaded' in traffic, sometimes
law to obtain justice in federal Sharing a segregated bus on the ending up in a basket brought
courts for brutal, racist-inspired. way to work is not particularly onto the scene by his own weav
murders of Negroes; federal protection helpful in combatting prejudice'I I ing. Another is the drinking
of the basic right to vote; But often Negro and White work !I. driver who gets himself tanked
enactment of federal, state and together in some joint endeavor up. Strangely this creature may
local civil rights legislation, including Then they come to know and respect run out of gas, but never out of z
In traffic he's real ,
each other and liquor. a a
fair employment are astonished -
tices acts with full enforcement prac- afterwards at the imaginary -('I bottle neck. Finally, there is the a
fact that the wheels the
powers. chasm, which separated only on w '
them. sleepy driver who overlooks the J
Also, desegregation of the cars should be tired while in x
public schools in compliancewith One often hears it said that motion .11 t ;
the Supreme Court decisions you can't legislate prejudice a\\\ s J
(Now, this! all sound funny, but qtr
of May 17, 1954 and May away. Of course you can't but
truthfully it Isn't We
31, 1955; freedom of residence you can by legislation bring new so. carry
according to one's ability to pay; experiences to people. Dr. Stev- our resentments 1 and frustrationswith .
when behind the
us we get
enson concludes M 1
the abolition of Jim Crow prac- by saying that
wheel, where the all
we are
tices in public accommodations, psychologically we can think of '
including railway and bus the Supreme Court's decision on powerful. Speed jives us a senso ', ,j,"
of we little people' cannot
desegregation in the power
schools as
transportation;; impartial justicein
duplicate elsewhere and like
therapeutic. A
the courts without prejudice number of
if overdone, it becomes a
because of race, creed or color, schools have already desegregated In Fine
Frankenstein which will
and the end of police brutality. as a result of this decision. Whiskey. ,
Thousands of Negro children originator of that power,
When you look at the American have entered newly Integrated and unfortunately, sometimes Innocent ;
flag, end recall the wordsof schools and consequently half a bystanders.
the Pledge of Allegiance to million or more white children God has given us dominion in I
this symbol of our country, the have had their first contacts with '
this world, but unless we use
meaning of being a member of Negro children in a school. control, (God's will) the evil we I I the !BG| buy I
the NAACP becomes very clear: Adults will have the same kind initiate will destroy us. I believe l! lit
With liberty and Justice for of experiences: as parks, trans. it we drivers would stop and
all" are goals of this organization. portation and theaters become pray before we start out, the very
Join up today and help' to desegregated. Prejudice can be fact that we are getting into a
bring this about not only here lessened-if we try. spiritual mood to do so, will 90 PROOF is why !
In Miami, but throughout the cause our resentments and frus-
whole South. STOCK FUNDDISTRIBUTES trations to fade, for the durationof


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day at Greater Bethel AME
Church, Roy Wilkins, executive Minneapolis The board of f
secretary of the NAACP, will directors of Investors Stock Fund
address a mass meeting on the Inc., mutual fund affiliate of
occasion of his first visit to Mi- :' Investors Diversified Services, YOUR CREDIT IS ami. We had the honor of hearing Inc., has declared a regular
Walter White, former executive quarterly dividend of 9V4 cents
secretary of the NAACP per share derived exclusively
speak here several times. We are from investment income.A .
fortunate now to be able to wel- distribution of 19 V4 cents H
come Mr. Wilkins to Miami. per share representing income BAKER
Plans have been made and are from realized security profiti stole
already being carried out in order also was declared, an increase oilOVi
to make this one of the : cents over the like distribu- .
biggest events ever sponsored by! tion of 9V4 cents per share madeat
our local NAACP branches. Keep the close of the Fund's fourth
137 North Miami
the date, Sunday, Nov. 23 free quarter a year ago.
It will be a memorable occasion. The total of 29 cents .er

PREJUDICE share is payable Nov. 13 to investors 4
Stock Fund shareholders
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prejudice as a kind of mental was announced by Joseph M. NO M'flTP1I
disorder. For example, it h a I Fitzsimmons! chairman of the
been shown that persons preJud- board.
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on many other issues alsu. quarterly dividend paid since
When asked to solve a number the Fund was founded in 1945. \
of simple tasks requiring differ- Investors Stock Fund, cur \
ent methods of solution, preju- rently has approximately 25-
diced people much more than 000,000 shares outstanding, com / f
unprejudiced people, cannot pared with 19,908,928 at the end
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MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE THANK YOU Egellocs Book honor School student and of followed Dorsey High through

TemPle Review and Tea with first honors from BethuneCookman
Daughters of Liberty -
8 1958 :, MIt's ,
n She
No. 724 wish to thank all patrons i t '.h College was well
who made the Hallowe'enCabaret I book time known In the school organiza-
Dance on Oct. 31, a Egellocs and their many friends tions of both her high sohool
Nov. 9 at the Range'aFuneral
Especially do they thank Sunday, and college The Egellocs
Home, from 4 to 6 p.m. and
all Bills of Elkdom of Greater la This time we are presentingto !Miamians in general, will havea
Miami Temple
particular and the deputy Dt you for your pleasure Mrs. real treat when they listen to
Marie White for their presence. Allene Johnson elementary Mrs.Guinyard's I Mrs. Guinytard as she reviews

Mable I. Daniels, Dt. Ruler was obtained in our local schools one of the very finest novels of

in Dade County. She was first today.
Camp at Owaissa-

Registration is now oen for
weekend camp at beautiful] wish to take this medium to sincerely thank

Owaissa-Bauer, camp with many the many friends and well-wishers, who remembered -
facilities in the Redland District, extended ill-
kind expressions
me with my
4 designed -
The activity, primarily
,- I for teenagers and grade ness at home: Your many visits, lovely cards, beau-

WANTED EXPERT CHILD CARE school boys and .girls, is sched- tiful flowers, donations and prayers shall always be

I In Richmond Heights uled for Nov. 21. All young remembered.
WOMEN ATTENTION: You will people desirous of attending are Especially do I offer my best to Dr. James E.
And Perrine Area requested to register at the G. W. his vacation to administer his
receive the highest wages on best Carver Branch YMCA, 340( NW Hogan, who ignored
Beach 'Jobs through our serviceWe DAY AND NIGHT 13th St., phone FR 4-7829. For I services to my many calls. His continued vigilance
need experienced cooks, Clean, Wholesome Surroundings additional information, contact aided considerably in my recovery.To .
housekeepers and maids.No live in Expert Christian Supervision us as early as ipossible.ANNUAL Rev. H. E. S. Reeves for his prayers; Lillian
deposit required on
14200 Graves Drive I
jobs. Bring your clothes early Green, Odessa Powell, Juanita Sands, Clara Knight,
any morning. Will pay $2.00 Richmond Heights, Fla. TEAThe I Dr. J. ,Kenneth Johnson for added services; to Dr.
transportation to her hostess on I Phone CE 5-4606 Auxiliary Board No. 2 of I Eduardo Pena and his staff for many deeds of kind
any girl placed. Mrs. Mac. Reli- Mrs. Olive WareSupervl.or Greater Bethel AME Church:. ness; to Archdeacon John E. Culmer for remem-
able Service, 432 Espanola, just cordially Invites the //public to attend -
N8Today's brances to the principal and faculty of Edison Sen-
off Washington Ave., Miami its Eighth Annual Tea, ;
Beach. JE 88787. Sunday afternoon, Nov. 9, in the ior High School for their token of remembrance; to
N8 Dixie Park Auditorium, 340 NW Nurse Ada Mae Deveaux, whose constant care and
Specials 13th St., 4 to 6 o'clock. devotion to her professional duties helped greatly in
WAITRESS at Bill and Eva's $995 Cash Guest artist will be Mrs. Barbara restoring my health ; and to my beloved principal and
Restaurant, 7028 NW 15th ave. Partly furnished, 2-bedroom i Kees. Mrs. Jessie Gile is co-workers of A. L. Lewis Elementary School familyfor
No experience necessary. and Rev. S. A. Cousin
CBS. Hardwood floors, tiled president
their contributions and extended fellowship
'' prayers, -
roof. EZ terms. $12,000 balance. 1 pastor. N8
,Again, permit me to say thanks to all of you
FOR RENT CBS AnnouncementMr. wonderful people.
Miss Anna Grace
: S'weeiing
FURNISHED 2-bedroom apart- $1,495 Down and Mrs. Theodore Jones
ment. Adults only. Located In Lovely 2-bedroom CBS. Tiled 1546 NW 69th St., are the proud 211 N.W. 15th StreetBARGAIN

Liberty City. 1577 NW 70th st. roof, hardwood floor, derporte. parents of a baby, 'born 7V4 lbs -- -- _- -- .- -. - _. .
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For Information call NA 1-6654 See today. 8 oz., Gerry Gordon Jones was
...... ..
I born on Oct. 23 at Mt. Sinai ---- - ..... "'\I'.., '"
NICE FURNISHED room In Gold Coast Realty Hospital. Mother and baby' are
Bunche Park section of Opa I doing fine., Gerry received his
4301 N.W. 2nd Ave.
Locka. For single man only.' For first bank account from Mr. and
PL 1.2426
information, call NA 16654. I Mrs. Allander, the employer of
I .the great grandmother.Mr. .
NICELY FURNISHEDD efficiencies i Jones wishes to thank all
for rent as low as $16. FAN I the friends for gifts, cards and
JEWELL'S GUEST HOUSE, 820 telegrams and flowers.
NW 7th st. Phone FR 4-2213. Loretta McQueen Is the grand-
I Civic Theatre Guild mother; Mary Johnson, great
ROOM in a new private home grandmother and Evelyn Mc- BAZAAR SALEAT
Phone NE 41707.I Queen, aunt.
I Adult Classes in Dance and

have a room for rent at 1432 FOR SALE I
NW 22nd ave., apt. 5, Opa Drama -
Locka. Phone MU 5-2334. 3-BEDROOM HOUSE. Bunche
I LEARN TO DANCEDon Park. Reasonable Phone OXford 27 N.W. 5th Street
Now renting 1-bedroom apts. ( Strachwft's" Party Time) 15134. I
Bus No. 24 (passes door. $14 a
week, 2945 NW 46th st., 243 NW MAMBO CALYPSO CHA |HOUSE AND LOT in Bunche Starts Saturday and will continueFor
14th Terr. FR 93576. Park. See Arthur C. Blatch for
I details. 1369 NW 68th Terrace. One Week
ROOM for rent at 141 NW 9th JAZZ BALLROOM SONG) Phone PL 19624. Indf Only
St. See Miss Montgomery inapt STYLING PREPARATIONFOR

MODERN I FURNISHED' room CUBAN Have you property to sell in 1500 Ladies Fine Used Dresses 19c to 79c

at 1968 NW 57th St. Call FR Nassau or the Bahama i I I

9-4922. Children's Theatre 0 1000 Sweaters in Excellent Condition 19c to 69c
Islands? If so, write to . .
3290 N.W. 45th St.

FOR SALE INFORMATIONPL BASIL SANDSREAL O 300 Pairs Ladies Shoes, New & Used 39c 99c

LARGE, ROOMY House. Lowdown
payment. Ready to move 7.8766-NE 5.5283 ESTATEP.O. 0 White Dinner: Jackets $1.49

in. In excellent condition. H a a DIRECTOR DON 8TRACHAN Box 1147
every convenience; stove and 0 Men's Top Coats 9Sc Ties 8c
refrigerator. 1055 NW 58th terr. I Nassau, Bahamas .
Will be open Sunday for Inspec- -ii
tion from 10:30 a.m. tit 3 p.m. ot 0 Men's Suits Sport Coats
call Goodman's Realty, NEwton

5-0931. REACTIVATION HEALTH CENTER Ladies Suits & Top Coats, like new, 98c-$2.98

on S.E. 2nd Ct. East of SJE 1st Hour: 10:00: 'a.m. to 10:00''p.m.-By Appointment 0 Dress Shirts Work Pants
Terr. Terms. Call Miami FRanklin -
7.4812 indi SERVICES:-Swedlah Massages, Whirlpool Baths, TherapeuticBaths
Colonlo Irrigations, EUctronto Spot Reducing, Electronic O Pots Pans Linens

Facial., Facial Manages and Packs, Light Therapy, Toning \

FOR SALE Therapy, Rubdown., Rehabilitation Therapy, Mechanical Gym 0 Children's Shoes Only 49c i ; ,

BY SUMMONS Sue Harris, P.T., Director Willie C. Coffee, Masseurtr I M i i''.

0 Underwear Slips Bras .,
bedroom, 1 bath home, beautifully Phone, FR 3-3381 276 N.W. 6th Street . A'"
landscaped. NW 00th St. SUITE NO. 118 IN THE SIR JOHN .HOTELCHARLES' Tools Hardware Jewelry .r\ '
Very fine neighborhood.PRICE .
$1500 down-Balance like rtnt Even Some Drapery Fabric..,. ..hit ;

Beautiful 2-bedroom home on
O Dishes 3c
corner lot In beautiful Orchard POULTRYAnd
Villa section Near ..schools ana
transportation. City ,iwater, street Fish Market .
light, sidewalks. Completely fur.
nlihed. Something For Everyone
PRICE $13,000 Quality ''Live & Dressed Poultry
$2,500 first down payment
Nothing .But Bargains
Balance like rent .

2.bedroom stucco home on NW FRESH FISH DAILY .
74th Terr. !Near
school and trans
poiUtlon.' Full price ,$7,960. 'Groceries Meats Fruits .. Fresh Vegetables Remember -

$750 down $S5 month
BEER AND WINE TO TAKE OUT Come Early for Best Choice
2-bedroom stucco home near
NW. 71st at. Pries- $7, 50. 340 N.W. 16th,Terr. Phone FR 4-1345
$760 down $70 month 27 N.W. 5th STREET

For these' specials call Open'Sunday"Til 12 Noon

day jpr night Open Daily 9 5:30THE

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Local PBA to Form i THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" '

In-Around The Bahamas Boys Drum and 'SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1958 PAGE'< V9 I

__ By A. H. McKENZIE Bugle CorpsPlans

-.---....NNNN..NN.N.NNON..N.N..N.N.N.p., .... N, ( are now underway for I! ages 12 to 19, will be invited to to make Its first public appearance -
-- NN.NThe organization of a boys drum and I try-out for the corp. Those who the corp will be equippedwith
murder trial of JYenzel Mrs. Caroline E. Fountain, 91 bugle corp in the Miami aroa. have the ability to learn to play brand new uniforms and
Maycock ended In a jury dead- died on Oct. 21 at her home. She The corp will be sponsored by either a drum or a bugle, will become will undoubtedly be a credit to
lock In the Supreme Court on is survived by a, son, four daughters the Police Benevolent Associa members of the corp. The this community.All .
Oct. 7, and the Chief Justice a sister, 13 grandchildrenand tion of the police force and Is corp will ,be Instructed and train- boys Interested in tryingout
traversed the case to the January 23 great-grandchildren. Her destined to become a favorite ed by one of the finest drum and for the corp are asked to
criminal sessions for re-trial husband, the late William Foun- project of all of the local polict bugle corp Instructors In the watch and listen for announce-
Maycock is charged with tht tain, died about five years ago. officers. area. The instruction and trainin ments of the time and place of
killing of Howard Rolle on last The corp will undoubtedly ; will be done at Dixie Park, the first meeting to organize the
August 11. He was representedby The Parent Teachers Associa- prove to be very interesting pro- NW 12th st. and 4th ave. group and be sure to attend that
L. O. Pindling.The tion of St. Anne's School presented ject to the boys of this area, and A community-wide campaign meeting.
: Mrs. Anne Lee Patton should serve a very worthwhile will ''be conducted to raise funds
ist from harp- :purpose= to the entire communi- for the equipping and support of
22-foot yacht "Africanqueen" ina
concert at the St. ty.All the corp. When completely organized It !I711rnir1U
swamped off Agnes Aud- Advertise Pays
was Rocky itorium boys In the community and trained, and ready
on Oct. 29.
Point, Exuma on Oct.. 14. The Mrs. Dillard
boat, propelled by powerful out- New studied at Dillard University in 1m11llUIIIllfttrn!! Irua.c.)lJllCU, UaL1IilIJ1lu1lIJlL! : mnmL:IlJLJ !
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Orleans - -----
board motors, was on its wayto ; has an A3. degree
Nassau. Two men from St. Alcorn A&M College where
she majored in ,piano, and B.
Louis, Missouri, were the oc- from S.
cupants. They were rescued after State University.
suffering extreme hardship. She work has at also Columbia done University.graduate IT'S TIME TO HELP

She is the wife of Dr. Levi Pat-
"You cannot go ahead and ton of Chattanooga.
marry whenever you like." the All of the proceeds of the con-I
Chief Justice told Winifred cert were given to St. Anne's THE
Mackey as he bound her over to Parish School.
be of good behavior for two
years. On last March 28, Mackey Fashion Tea
without divorcing a former hus-
band, was married to George The 3rd annual Fashion Tea
Ferguson. It was discovered ear- sponsored by choir No. 2 of
lier this year that Ferguson has Greater Bethel AME Church will
a lawful wife, and he, too, is on be held Sunday, Nov. 9 at 4 p.m. NAACP
the "good behavior 1>ond" for at the. church, 245 NW 8th si.
bigamy. To;ping the list of models is
Miss Mercedes Valverde, former I
New York University student
V. Simms 54 of Simms of I
Arnold fashion design now
working at
Long Island, was killed instantly King Kole, Miami, as a fashion
,by a dynamite explosion at designer. Miss Valverde will Score For
Stocking Island, Exuma on Oct model many of the new fashions Again
15, while working on a building.The that will be seen In Miami dur-
body was taken to George ing the
coming season.
Town, Exuma. A plane'' took his An added attraction will be
relatives in Nassau to George the octet of Booker Washington Human Rights And
and Island. Under-
Town Long High School under the direction
taker Phillip Kemp accompanied of Mrs. Lelia Williams.
them and prepared the body for Rev. S. Cousin is pastor; Mrs.
burial. Mildred Monroe -- -

Commissioner James A. Camp- Small Down PaymentWill

the Bight to Arthur's Town, Cat let you bell has been transferred from built, 2-bedroom CBS house. The NAACP NOW
Island. Commissioner R. H. Cul- Jalousied windows, tiled bath
mer was, transferred from and shower, large living ,
Arthur's Town to Fresh Creek, in beautiful West Hialeah.. room Con- Give Liberally To The Freedoom Fund i
Andros, and Commissioner H. C. venient to church and shopping 1 I
Walkine, from Fresh Creek to Phone Mr. Miller, TU 8-4243
the Bight. between 7-9 ,p.m. or ((5-7 am.
Read What Well Known Americans Say:

I am proud to be the National
I therefore we mutt work with because: now I le the time to
FLAMINGO SNACK SHOP might and fight with our dollar our hits to win the contest against

421 N.W. 20th StreetThe dom. We urge the entire class citizenship. Please Join my
rally to Its preterit membership and HIT A HOME RUN."
Finest Food, at Low Prices ralil WE DO CATERING BUSINESS Mrs. Myrtle
Satisfaction GuaranteedWE the NAACP

Open Mon. Thru Thur. 5:30: ..m. to 12 mldnlte "The NAACP Is and has C. A. Lockhart

Frl., Sat., Sun., 5:30 ..m. to 2 ..m. many years the most potent fa NAACP Is doing more to bring

Arthur King, Owner march toward our goal of FREEDOM not only to the Ne
I opportunity"L. also to the White citizens. For It
E only Is working to bring the Negro
full citizenship as an American but
Muldrow"I frees the White citizens from petty
MANAGING AND MAINTAININGMORE "The progress of the .. and offers him moral and apt

THAN 10,000 HOUSING UNITSIN gro can be charted: by the freedom. Join and give to the
NAACP. Today, we are NOW. j
DADE & BROWARD COUNTIES threshold of first class : Rev. S. A. Cousin
more Important than ever before
contribute to keep the work of NAACP le our passport to com
The Largest ,Organization of ganlzatlon' going.. WE freedom. The organization that can,

its Kind in The South Serving PROUD TO BE MEMBERS supported, erase from the face
NAACP." soil our most dreaded social

Colored People"For Dr. John -Segregation. Help" dignify Amer I 1
Fast, Efficient Service" Call PRESIDENT Rev. Thedford Johnson

"We cannot pay enought to be
1 must support the NAACP because
Join the Freedom train of the
me. It will one day, save the
'I''r:5 For complete freedom by "
America. Man must be free.
Mrs. Marlon
Rev. Edward T. Graham

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3481 GRAND AVE. HI 4.1447
4240 N.W. 27 AVE. NE

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Ft. Lauderdale 298 N.W. 20th ,
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4th Ave. and 16th Terr. Rev. Aaron D. Hall pastor
Phone FR 9-1424 Ernestine L. Hambrick, reporter

Dally ................................. 8 a.m When troubles come, go at
Sunday....... 7 a.m. & 8:30: a.m them with a song. When griefs
arise, sing them down. Lift the

CORINTH BAPTISTMeets voice of praise against cares.
Services were very interestingand
every 2nd ana 4th Sundayat highly spiritual. Rev. Hall
Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist: delivered the sermon at both
Church. services.

Sunday School ........................ 9 30 The district superintendent
Morning worship ................ 11:36: will hold the fourth quarterly
Evening Service ................... TSCi: conference Sunday, Nov. 8.
METHODISTOn Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor Members of the conference are
TRINITY and succersful gospel preacher.
urged to have their written reports
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" Sunday night, Nov. 9 at ready. Members are urgedto

PAGE 10 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 8 1938 8:30: there will be held a pro- FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev. pay their conference assess-
Methodist ment of $2.00. Please be
gramme at Trinity ready to
-- C. J. Burney, pastor
Church on 14th St. and 2nd 'ave. Claudia Wilson, reporterWe report this amount .on next Sun-
MARTIN MEMORIAL AME ST. JAMES BAPTIST I The chair will be occupied byi day.Committees .
i Elliott J. Piece of the Miami are thankful to God that are busy making
Richmond Heights BTU ................................ 5:30: p.m. station WIMBM. plans for the
Times and radio He enabled us to enjoy another appreciation reception -
Evening ............ 7:30 '
Worship :
Rev. Albert Jones, pastor pm. The principal speaker will be blessed day in His name. which will be held on

Visitors always welcome Rev. Oman A. Pratt, B.A., B.D. We had a fine Sunday School Monday night. Nov. 10.Don't .
Inspiration plus was the key- "iinday School ............ 9:30: a.m.
You are cordially welcome to lesson of which we were able to forget it's almost con-
note of our services beginningwith Morning Worship ........ 11:00: a.m
Sunday School. We had a 323 N.W. 14th St. this program. enjoy so much. Our devotional ference time. The NSCS is spon-
banner attendance. At our morn- RPV J L. Johnson pastor Rev. George E. Johnson is the services for the morning were soring a bus to Tampa for the

ing worship the scripture lesson Sunday Services ,pastor. spiritually high, followed by aThe occasion. Round trip fare $10.
was taken from the 9th chapterof high Covenant meeting. The bus will leave at 12 midnightNov.

the book of Acts, and read by GREATER NEW BETHEL NEW MT. CALVARYRev. evening message was deliveredby 22 from the church. Make
Rev. C. D. Perry, former pastor our pastor, text St. John 12:21.: your reservation now. See Mrs.
of Martin Memorial Rev. Jones Rev. W. K Smith pastor W. P. Tarpiey, pastor It was a message that touched J. L. Dixon or any member of
delivered the sermon from said Mrs. R. Conlev, clerk Edna E. Thompson, reporter the hearts of many. The choirs. the NSCS now.

chapter llth and 12th verses. The Sunday School was called and ushers were all combined in Parents don't forget to sand
His theme was "Selecting The. "Looking was the Ahead encouraging For BetterDays" ser- ot order by the Supt. N. Miller their work for the day. I your child to junior choir rehearsal -
on Tuesday night and
Right Road"At mon delivered by the pastor teachers took charge of their We had a very fine BTU which fellowship movement youth each

our evening worship with Sunday mornln as he persuaded Prayer by Sis. Williams, then the began at 5:30: We were so happyto Monday at 7:30 pm. in the
the reading of the scripture, the listeners to believe that there I la classes. have our many friends and basemen of the church.
27th Psalm the Rev. M. Watson, no need for despair. His mes- We were blessed again with visitors in our midst. We want Our shutins are: Sisters Lizzie

the conference Missionary delivered sage was taken from the 3rd another early morning baptism. them to know that they were Lewis, Jackson hospital, room 8;
the message from the chapter of Phillpian and the Deacon O. J. Smith prayed until welcome. Come to Friendship Cleo Garner, Jackson, room 16;
in Heaven
12th chapter of Hebrew 1. Sun- 13th and 14th verses. the angels were where you will always find a Bro. Charlie Neal, Veteran's
day will mark the first Men's At the evening session his stirred up. Then an old familiar very warm welcome awaitingyou hospital, Coral Gables.

Day and the men are laboring subject was "What Is Your De hymn was outlined. The Holy at all times. Let us continue You are urged to pray for and
diligently to make this day a, sire." His text was taken from Spirit was really at the water. in prayer for our sick. I visit the sick. You are always
success. The speaker for the the 22nd chapter of St. Luke Morning prayer and devotional welcome to worship Ebenezer.
morning will be Prof. Charles L. and the 15th verse. service was led by Deacon Riles BETHANY BAPTIST
Williams, principal of Booker T. In their winter uniform for and Martin we had soul stirring BETHEL BAPTISTRev.
Washington High School. the first time this season, the No. prayer\ service. Our pastor delivered 3316 NW 50th Street
The evening speaker will be 1, 2 and 3 usher boards and both the morning sermon, sub- Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor. L. R. Ross, Pastor
the Rev. H. M. Salmon, pastor of senior choirs presided over ject "Do You Believe," text "The Sunday School.......... 9:30 a.m. I, S1>>. Nannette Greer, reporter
Metropolitan AME. Sunday's worship along with Kingdom of God is at Hand." Morning Service ............ 111m.BTU Richmond Heights
both deaconess boards. The Rev. Steward offered prayer ................................ 5:30( p.rn
The men have a great program I Sunday's worship ended with I for the sinners then the doorsof Evening Service ............ 7:30: p.m .pastor Rev W. Williams, acting as
m _store for you. So please come the relncaration of the Lord's the church were opened. Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30: p.m. sermons, preached for two soul stirring
and :partake of this service. Supper. We received two for baptismand morning and even-
Regular class meeting was I The Willling Worker Beautifi. four connected themselves to FRST BAPTISTMrs. We Williams were very happy to have
held on Tuesday evening at 8p.m. cation Club .invites the public to our Christian band. and his wife who
Sara E. Scott accompanied him.
attend its anniversary .Sunday, The evening message was de- Bro. and Sis.
I, Remember the sick and the Nov. 9 at 3 pImiKELLY'S| | livered by our pastor, subject eyes at First Baptist are certainly will be Wilson
shut-ins in your prayer: Mrs. "Drink. One of our visiting turned toward Sunday, Nov. 9 Bethel. They in
Mary Lawrence, Mrs. GeorgiaM. CHAPELRev. ministers prayed for the sins and at which time the women of the faithful members were in such staunch,

Jones, Mrs. McDonald. sinners. On our sick list are church will take over all day, of the church every department -
Choir rehearsal is Leroy Dell, pastor Deacon Willie Williams. from School especially -
every Thelma Sunday throughoutthe the S. S. In their
Devoe farewell
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. reporter Please visit him. evening worship it brought remarks -

There is plenty of room for new Members and friends of Kel- Our pastor and wife send outa With Mrs. Virgie R. Hill at eyes. Bro. Wilson tears to many
members If you like singing, ly's Chapel M. Church are extending truck load of thanks to all who the Helm as chairman and co- of the Air Force being a part
won't you come out and help us. an invitation to the pub/ helped to make his anniversarya chalrrmran, Mrs. Lavada Harley. to Alaska.

Visitors are always welcome lic to attend their pastor's tea: success. We hope to press full speed The
men of the church
at church.TRINITY. their are
our honoring pastor
Sunday ahead and the
go over top. busy
preparing themselves
afternoon from 4 NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. forMen's
to 6 at the Mrs. Andell Mikins of Mt.
Day which plans to be thee
WESLEYAN home of Mr. and Mrs.
Finder Phillip James E. Brown, pastor Mt. Olivette Baptist will be th best yet. Bro. King S. Fisher,
1991 NW 55th terr.
Rev. George E. Johnson, pastor An interesting Bro. Vandell Bavan, Sec'y speaker of the morning. And at hairman; Bro. John Ferguson,
program has the evening service an all ladies
Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter The captains
Sunday School................... 9 a.m. the been planned and speaker for "The Lord is my" \ Shepherd, 1 chorus will engage in an old putting on various money mak-are
Morning worship .................... 11:00: afternoon will be Mrs. Philip Shall Not Want. This particular fashion "song fest." They will be ing affairs. Bro. Arthur White,
Pinder, a member of Allapattal verse is the beginning of one singing soul stirring
Young People's Meeting 5 p.m songs old and head is sponsoring a dinner sale
Methodist Church and treasurer of the most recited chapters in new. Saturday at the home
of Sis.
of the Woman Society of the book of Psalms. Last sun- Come and
GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. worship with us on Myrtle Green. He is looking for
Christian Service. day morning in our 11 o'clock Woman's Day at the churchwhere your support.On .
James E. Culmer, pastor' Mrs. Marie Johnson, chairmanof services it was taken as the I you are never a stranger. Sunday the
Eddie Edwards, clerk the tea and Mrs. Lemmie subject of the sermon that was I the Holy pastor Communion will administer -

Sunday School............... 9:30 a.m Mitchell, program chairmanan highly and spiritually interpreted BAHA'I ASSEMBLY the evening service. at
Morning worship .... ........ 11:00: Interesting evening to all who (by one of our young minis- I to be You are expected -
( Westminster Fellowship .... 6 p.m attend. ters, Rev. Willie Bouyer. The Mr*. Allcne Guinyard, libra present.CONGREGATIONAL.
minister preached out of his soul rian at the Holems Elementary
TRIUMPH CHURCH THE INCARNATION and at the end of the message School, will speak at the Baha'i

there was hardly a tearless eye Center, 137 NW llth ave., 7:45: The public is cordially Invited
Prince H. Mobley, pastorSis. 1835 N.W. 58th Street in the audience. Then at our 7 I p.m. Sunday, Nov. 9. Her subject to worship with the
Fr. E. Congrega-
C. McKinney, reporter Veronica O'Clarke Jr., vicar p.m. service we were most will be "Man And His Relation tional Church Fellowship on Sun- t

"The Galilean Ministry Be- erry, reporter highly inspired again both to God." All races and faiths are day, Nov. 9, at 5:30 pm. at the
j gins," was the subject of the Winter Schedule I heartwarming and religiously I cordially invited to attend. Seventh Day Adventist School

lesson on Sunday past. The Sundays: I with a great sermon: "God's auditorium 5001 NW 25th ave.
memory verse and devotional Church School and Recognition." This time our own ST. MATTHEW AMEZ .1 The minister for the evening will

reading was found in Mark 1:15: Adult Bible Class .... 9:30: a.m. beloved pastor brought us the 1628 N.W 5th Ave. be Rev. Stanley F, Selllek, associate
and Luke 4:16-21. All the, .classes Solemn Sung Mass and message and due to the fact that minister of Plymouth .
: Sermon .................... 11:00 a.m. this of Rev. A. H. Ferguson, pastor Congregational
was part; Communion Church
responded nicely on the lesson. E. Y. C. Meeting ........ 6:00 our sunday School............... 9:45 aon Grove. Coconut
: A't.*
The crowning thoughts weiegiven Solemn Evensong and p.m. Service it seemed that the Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m will ; p.m. Rev. S llick

by our pastor, and they Sermon ...................... 7:30: p.m pastor strenuous preached than usual a little but I man Evening worship ........... 7:30 D.m tional teach Church a class history in Congrega-
most The vis- am and
were enlightening. or-
Tuesday: ...... .....
- - ..... ganization. Persons
that that's
itor for the morning was Mrs. I. St. Vincent's Acolyte Guild :sure not true for our who are interested -

B. Maddox. There was a very Rehearsal.........:......... -5:30:: pm all pastor a strenuous preacher atf I I I GIVE. GIVE TO THE Congregational in understanding Church the
short noon day service. are asked -
Wednesday: UNITED FUND I to meet at the auditorium
The subject of the YPE band Low Mass .................... 6:30 a.m. Sunday coming we are anti- -."'- ..... .... 4 p.m. at
was "God's Kingdom Within Evensong and Meeting of cipating services as usual beginning -
You." Mark 4:30-33: ; Matthew ,Guild of Our Lady... 8:00: p.m. with Sunday School at
6:9-10.: The lesson was very Thursday: 9:30: am. and the morninz"ser-
beautifully discussed by Brother The Choir of St. Michael's vices at 11 a.m. then closing out r f
R. Moultry the president. The And All Angels another God's day with servicesat DOR-CHAInc.

evening program was renderedby Rehearsal .................... 5:30 p.m. 7 pm. with our pastor in
the (program committee.The Friday: charge Choir No. 2 will furnishthe
evening devotional ser- St. Cecelia's Choir music throughout the day
vice was conducted by Bro. C. B Rehearsal................. 8:00: p.m. with usher board No. 2 at the
Williams and ,the expression ser- NOTE: Sundays Solemn, Mas. ushers' post. Let us not forget Real aRentals
vice was opened by Sis. D. Mc- High Mass and Benediction of he anniversary of usher board
Carthy. The service was very the Blessed Sacrament on All No. 2 which will begin on Fri-
high in the spirit and many souls Feast Days.Weekends. day night and terminate en -'-
were made to feel glad. Our pas- : Low mass on .11 Sunday afternoon at three p.m.
tor delivered the message for holy and Saints' Days- Friday night will be a musical
the evening. "Why call me Lordl all Solemn Sung Mass, 6 a.m. on program featuring some of the 1009 N.W. 2nd Ave.
Lord! and do not the things whichI Days. most outstanding groups aDd

say," Luke 6:46, James 4:8 and choirs of the city. Sunday afternoon -
Malachi 4:1.: The message was NOTICEAll I the Rev. C. J. Burney, pas-

most Inspiring and was high- Church notices MUST be tor of the Friendship Baptist Phone FR 4-0028-FR 4-3853
lighted by a glorious praise ser- ypewrftttn double spaced Church delivering the Anniver-
vice. We were blessed to have so and on one sheet of paper. Copy sary message.
many of visiting friends to wor- MUST be Into our office by 0 (Refreshments will be servedon MIAMI 36 FLORIDAI
ship with us. There were three p.m. Tuesday of each week to Sunday afternoon free. Visitors ,
persons added to the prayer roll. Insure In"rtlon-Church editor. are welcoma. .

St. James in 10th Annual ST. MATTHEW 408 N.W. 2ht FREEWILL Street THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"SATURDAY i,

Rev. J. B. Woodley, pastor NOVEMBER 8, 1958 PAGE 11

Bro. Nathaniel Thomas, reporterThe
Homecoming Celebration
Sunday School was called
to order at 10 am. by
-- -- singing,
---- Gloria St. Paul'sWoman's
"It's a Highway to Heaven" Braynon
Or A. Joseph Reddick, pastor the ,AME Church since Bro. Williams. by
1930. It
I Sadie F. Dean. He was wonderful -
Mrs. reporter [has been the recipient of many and sweet. Thirteen visitors

:at > ,, awards and citations from col- from Daytona Beach were pres. y
leges and universities throughout
ent.At Day Speaker
i nation. 11:35: the morning devotion
was led by Deacon Sneed. The
Presently he serves as the Director i- No. 2 choir rendered music and
AME of public relations of the Rev. Woodley gave an inspiring ;
Church and the chairman message.

of the Inter-racial advisory com- The PYCL met at 6 .p.m. by
aza mittee of your activities appointed the singing of "Jesus Keep Me I II
by Mayor Haydon Burns Near The Cross." Sister B. Wil- I
r of Jacksonville. Hams was in charge.

The evening devotion was led
The 3
p.m service will
feature by Deacon
Dr. D. A. Cooper at 7 o'clock
Russell, pastor( of with No. 2 choir rendering musfc.
Ward Chapel AME Church of Rev. Woodley delivered another
Hallandale, along with his con- wonderful message. wM

gregation will be in charge of Let us remember the sick and
the service.Dr. .
those who are in need. Visitorsare

M. J. Fyson, pastor of the always welcome. .r N'

Greater New Mt. Zion AME ,.
Church, along with his congre- CHAPELRev.
gation will J. S. Blake, pastor"I
worship at the 7 p.m. .r

worship service to end the 10th will 'lift up mine eyes unto I ,j1
Homecoming festivities. the hills from whence cometh
Free meals will be served at the help,; my help cometh from the my
close of service. Lord which made heaven and
MR. DALLAS STROUD You are invited to worship earth."

roads with us throughout the day. Sunday School began at the __ ._.__ .
All will lead to St. -' ""' --" .P' ""
Usual hour with tihra
James AME Church -- n
Sunday to dent, Sister gDivi in MISS GLORIA BRAYNON MRS. CLARA B. HILTON
join in the 10th Annual Homecoming -
charge. All teachers were at their
Celebration. Mr. Dallas posts. Miss Gloria M. Braynon, instructor -
Stroud, chairman and Mrs. Edith of modern languages' at FIRST UNITARIAN
S. Robinson, co-chairman, along The pastor delivered the ser- Booker T. Washington High
with the four area coordinators, mon at the 11 a.m. service; after School, will deliver the Woman's Community Group No. 8 will
Mrs. Annette McNeal, Mrs. Victoria -I which he administered the Lord's Day address at St. Paul AME hold a box supper and book review -

Rutherford, Mrs. Martha Supper. lie was assisted by the Church, Sunday, Nov. 9 at 11 on Saturday, Nov. 8, 7 p.m.
Nicholson and Mrs. Juanita Rev. C. H. Wilson and the Rev. a.m. Her topic will be "Just One at the \home of Mr. and :Mrs.
Mackey, state that plans are A. Gallon. Woman's Faith. Earl Starn 6140 SW 79th ct.
under way for the largest cele- The ACE League met at 5:30: Mrs. Charles M. Jamleson will
bration of its kind in the history p.m. with a lovely program. Mrs. Clara B. Hilton Is general review "The Primacy of Wor
of St. James Church. I, At 7 pjn. the pastor again chairman and Mrs. Henrietta ship" by ,Dr. V. Ogden Vogt,
I| Ferguson, co-chairman. Rev. J.
preached out of his soul. Choir minister emeritus of the Firs
Dr. C. S. Williams, prominent D, Washington is pastor. Unitarian of
No. 1 and ushers No. 1 rendered Church Chicago.
layman in the African Methodist service for the day. A member of St. Paul since I I On Sunday, Nov. 9, Rev. Can-

Episcopal Church, will be the Sunday, Nov. 9 will be observed childhood, Miss Braynon Is anardlW'nt field will exchange pulpits with
Homecoming speaker during the as Youth Day. The young supporter ''and exponentof I(I Professor Frederic Bortres. loader
11 ajm. worship period at St. people will be In charge all day. youth participation In religious! of the Miami Ethical Society.
James located at 1845 NW 65th Come and worship with us. You circles. At 11 a.m. Professor forges will

st. are always welcome. Miss Braynon graduated from speak on "Ethical Culture and:

Dr. Williams is a native Flo- Booker T Washington In 1952 "Humanistic Religion at the First
ridian, a graduate of Edward TEMPLE BAPTIST and entered Talladega College Unitarian Church
Waters College, Jacksonville. He where she studied modern lan- The first fall meeting of the
has served as president of the Prayer meeting is in progress guages. She received her B. A Jefferson Clung an adult discussion -
Christian Endeavor Society of I this week in preparation for the degree in 1956. group, will be held at the
revival which home of Mr. and
begins on next She ,has traveled extensivelyin Mrs. Ronald
Monday nizht. The Rev. J. II. England, Holland, Italy and Platt, 2421 NW 15th it., Sunday,
ST. I Johnson, pastor of Mt. Zion Bap- Switzerland and other parts ol Nov. 9, 8:15: p.m.
LUKE BAPTISTRev. ST. MATTHEW BAPTISTRev. tist Church 'Everett H.
West Palm Beach Europe. In 1955 she attended the Rosenstein, chair-
and a veteran revivalist, will be man of the Division of Church
P. W. Williams University of Paris to study
pastor N. F. Clark, pastor
the preacher. The public Is most School Education, will moderatea
Matilda Williams French. In addition, she visited
reporter Rev. J. E. Monroe, reporterTo
cordially invited. Services will be Puerto Rico and the Island of discussion on the church
The pastor, chairman and cochairman all members and friends of held throughout the week. Martinique.Miss school and religious education at
of St. Luke Baptist St. Matthew's and the public at The Christian Aid Bible Class, Braynon is a member of the meeting of Community Group
Church wish to thank the mem large, : Please put a ring around Mrs.. M. E. Stevens, founder and the Delta Sigma Theta Sororityand No. 6 at the home of Dr. and Mrs

bers, committees, captains and this date Sunday, Nov. 16, president, will observe its 18th president of the Businessand Samuel Meyers, 8115 SW 17th
friends for their cooperation and which will be celebrated as our anniversary with a special ser- Professional Club of YWCA. St., on Wednesday, Nov. 12, 8:15:

whoje-hearted support on a Job annual Women's Day. We have a vice Sunday at 2:30: pjn. A fine The Public is invited to attend pjm.
well done. well planned program for your program has been arranged tOt the services throughout the
Many entertainment. The wellknownMiss the occasion. Other services for day.
thanks to Mrs.
who brought Miskens, Olive Alexander, executive the day will be as usual. Non Surgical/ Treatment

morning inspiration to us and a encour-Sunday director of the James E. Scott ST. MARY'S W. M. Hernia Piles
Association will be
Community ,
agement to Play to
evening go forward. Our the speaker for the morning ser Mri S. Hawkins reporter Rupture (Hemorrhoids)
speaker was Mrs. Bell vice. For the Rev E. A. Culmer,
Jackson. Her evening we have a Climax Anniversary pastor DR. LONG'S CLINIC
topic was "I am goIng -
beautiful drama that will
to move up a little higher." you Sunday School began at Its general health service
enjoy. Please let this be r
we Just cannot express the joy a must. St. Mary's Wesleyan Methodist t usual hour with John Dullard 21 S. W. 13th Ave.
Mrs. Maude Glass
we received from her message; director. Church will celebrate Its 35th acting superintendent and theteachers Phone FR 8.2748

but may God bless her to just anniversary Nov. 11 thru the at their posts. Mr. Bui-
Christian Aid Bible 16th. Lester Albert of the House p Add Life to Yeare
keep moving higher and higher. lard gave a quiz on the lesson
and Years to Lift
our Women's Day of Albert, will be our guest I that Will very interesting and
was a huge Class AnniversaryThe
t speaker on the opening nllb t's REDUCESpecial
success. Money raised amounted the students were active in giving
to $1,300. Christian Aid Bible Class program. The Rev. N. F. Clarke the answer. Medication '
and Cannon Charles Cooper with
its 18th anniver-
will celebrate
MT. their members will be our guestson The pastor was !in charge of
CALVARY BAPTISTRev. sary with a spicy program Sun Wednesday and Thursdaynights. the 11 a.m. service. He gave A r
E. M. day, 2:30 p.m., at Temple Bap- The Rev. Randall short )lecture on "Forbearing One !i-
Thomas \
pastor tist Church, 1723 NW 3rd ave. Another and One An- I
Phyllis Myers Thompson will be our guestpreacher Forgiving Beautiful Home on
The Rev. Harold Brown will be other Colossians 3:12-13. Tes-
on Sunday morning at Your Lot
"Remember the Sabbath Day the guest speaker, and some of the 11 o'clock service timonial meeting followed, and
and keep it holy." In carrying the outstanding group lingers St. Mary was set on hollowed \
out God's commandment the services -I( from Miami and Fort Lauderdale A play, "Let My People Go," fire as everyone was filled with lfftv Unu
at our church with will appear. Refreshments will!! be will be presented on Sunday the Holy Spirit. No. 1 and 2
the Sunday School with began the I I served. The public is invited. night as a climax to the week's choirs rendered music with Mrs.
superintendent assistant Mrs. M. E. Stevens, activities, with refreshments H. Hlggs at the organ, and No. 1 -:
The lesson In charge Pres. and Founder served in the church hall and ushers served.
Mann.At was reviewed by Dea. Mrs. Lucille West, reporter patio Immediately after the play.
You are invited to celebrate withus The 7 pjn. devotion was led by

11 a.m. an inspiring service our 35th anniversary. the pastor. lie preached for 15 Complete building ..,,... < 'i
was conducted by Bro. Florence. public you are invited to worship Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor minutes, after which Holy CommunIon t

2 Music was furnished by the No. with us on next Sunday. Mrs. U. Hlggs, reporter was administered. The o PLANNINGBUILDING ,
choir combined choirs and the
The male
message was deliv
, .
I , o
ered "
chorus furnished
by the pastor from Exodus 1' We were
3:1-5, "Pull off your shoes for happy to have back with us, our o FINANCING
you are standing on holy COMMUNITYCOR. organist, Mrs. G. McFord, aftera Your New Homo
ground" short Illness. Hope she will
continue to Improve. Both ush o REPAIRINGRIMODILINQ
Sunday afternoon at 5:30 the ers boards served .
BTU was held with the president I STORE t
In charge. We bad our testimonial -

service which was led by
Marvin Ludlow. COR. N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St. Conetructlon Over Twenty Experience Years of

Sunday night devotional ser-
vice was conducted by the dea- PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED Guaranteed S toefctlonWE ,.9
cons and deaconesses. Again the "

church was filled. Music was Cut Rate Drugs Free Delivery V aaaa7aoaoaaQ
rendered by the No. 1 choir The


After service the Lord's Sup- .. 5-6171 'ti
Per was administered those 17515C.
to PHONE OXford
1121 N.W. 20Ui
who wanted to be fed. 'I Street

Let us remember the sick and M. JOLLIVETTE 8R. PropEI Miami
those in need of spiritual guidance I
,, 1" 1'COX L' ' I
in our prayers and to the 1


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MIAMI TIMES' -"The People Newspaper" IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAM ..I Range.

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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1958CARDSMEMORIALS memory of our son and In sad but loving memory 01

!brother, my husband, ,,,. x

departed this life Nov. 8, ..
1957. .
He leaves to mourn His:
Mother Maibel Golden

Sister, Mary Hudson
and five children s


loving memory of departed loving memory of our beloved IN MEMORIAM

mother, mother I' In memory of our dear hus- l.M
: 5
1l 1\\' band, father, brother, uncle and
who departed this life November grandfather.

4, 1929. l CHARLIE BROWN {
Thou wast meek and gentle as >
who departed this life on Nov.
the summer breeze. f 1" 8, 1!}56.
Thou no more shall join our Gone, but not forgotten.

number, There is an open gate at the end
When the day of toil is done n. of the road,
Sleep on and take your rest. J I I Through which each must go
f Where we shall never say good : alone,
bye. And there in the
light we can-
iRuwena Riley daughter
I not see, 9
Winifred Brown, daughter Our father claims his own. A .N t M 1 Elder James Ethrid a of 1712

!Lenora Jerry, daughter The, Family NW 5lh ct., died unexpectedly on
Sidney Bethel, son Oct. 31. lie was a minister of the
Clement Hutcheson, son JOSE TORRESwho Apostolic Faith, and more recently -
(Rebecca Johnson, sister CARD OF THANKSThe departed this life November an associate pastor of
Agnes Ingraham, sister f =, 9, 1957 Bethel AMIE: Church. He is survived .

Seven grandchildrenIN family of the late May he rest in peace and may by his widow, Mrs Lillian
>w MR. BERTRAM H. ALBURY. light perpetual shine upon !him. Ethridge, 2 daughters and other
MEMORIAMIn fsaf wish to thank the many friends Mrs. Vivian Torres wife relatives. Services will be con-
for all acts and deeds of kindness ducted on Saturday, Nov. 8 at

sad but loving memory of and sympathy rendered 2:00: pjn. at Greater. Bethel AME
our dear wife, mother, and them during his illness and pass I Church with Rev. Cousin officiating -
grandmother, ing. Especially do we wish to Burial will be held at
MRS. ALBBRmHA M. RUSSELLwho thank Fr. Elisha Clarke, The DEATHSI Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.
departed this life Nov. 9, MRS. SARAH WANNAMAKER Church of the Incarnation, and
1957. who passed away on Nov. 7, the St. Agnes Cornet Band, of Adam Flukas, of 2986 NW 46th
Another soldier gone to get a 1957. which he was the director.We I st., died at Jackson Memorial
great reward; There is a rose beyond the wall, would like to express. the of Albert Hospital on Nov. 5, following a
She fought the fight, she kept and that rose is you. reason for having to ask Father . short -period; of illness. He is
the faith, We mdss you, dear. Clarke and The Church of the survived 'by his widow, Ella
The of Mrs. Doretha
We love but God loves Incarnation to funeralize body Flukas his Mrs.
And now gone home to God. you, you Mr. Kendall of 6801 NW 15th mother Mary
Gone but not forgotten. best. Albury in their parish.As ave, Flukas of Dothan, Ala.; two sis-,
who died Oct. 27 sent to
Alfred Russell, husband Bettye Wheeler, daughter most of you know, Bert wasa was ters;; two brothers. He will lie in
Douglas Ga. Oct. 29 for funeral
Mrs. Leona Moss, daughterand Flossie Rogers' sister member of St. Agnes Episcopal ,services, repose at the Chapel on Friday,
and burial. She is
9 other children And Family Church but because he was not I sur- Final rites and burial will be
vived her
able to contribute $1,000 or more by parents of Douglas, held in Dothan Sunday.
to the church'' during the year, : and a 3-year-old daughter.

IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMThe was not a vestryman or chair- Mrs Henry Brown of 4821 NW 27th
man of the Building Committee, I I Services Mary Lewis ave. died at Jackson Memorial
loving memory of our dear family of the late, he was not entitled to be funer- of 2315 Bunche Park West Dr., Hospital on Nov. 5, a few hours .

husband and father, --.----.-.-.---- -- alized on a Saturday, says Father I Opa Look, who died suddenly following his admission. He is
Is John E. Culmer, or earlier than at home Monday morning Nov. survived by six sons, six daugh-
10:30: a.m. Monday morning, be- I 13, will be held Saturday, Nov, 8, ters, and other relatives. He will
cause he, Fr. Calmer, does not 10 a.m. at First Batlst Church, lie in repose at the Chapel be-
% get out of bed early on Monday( I(( Rev. W. C. Macon, pastor, offi- geinning on Wednesday at noon.
} mornings and Saturday is hist' ciating. Survivors are' ,Isaac He will be sent to Borden County -

day for marketing, making the I I|I Lewis, husband; a son, five, sisters Ga. for final rites.
sa 3' > w> church bulletin and having the and two brothers. '
church cleaned. I Willie R. Bodie of Jacksonville
Again I would like to thank was killed in a highway accident -
} M the members of The Church of Still ,births: Twin girls of Mr. near Jacksonville on Nov.
the Incarnation for allowing Fr, and Mrs. James Collins of 13()1. 1. Final rites and burial will be
Clarke to funeralize Bertram NW 68th St., died at Mt. Sinai | conducted in Miami. Chapel ser-
A J Albury on Saturday, Oct. 25. Hospital I Nov? 4. I I vices will be held on Monday,
y Our employment made it difficult -
for it to have been any day
other than Saturday. Our com-
rades and most of Mr Albury's B. Solomon Funeral Home
friends are off on Saturdays.We .
would like to mention (Established 1928))
ther that Mr. Albury's

dues were paid up to and fur-I Dignified, Personal, Courteous Service ,i
k t cluding Sunday, Oct. 13, !
Anytime I can be of any service -
4\t to The Church of the Incarnation Funerals Within Range of Each Budget

; r or speak a good wordin
1> .iW ''i!> n ,. Y' r ..".. .. ,.-.., ....,"""' LEON MILER. their" behalf to my "poor
I friends who are not able to
W. T, GREEN wishes to thank everyone whowas contribute. In excess to $1,000 to
who departed this life on Not' so thoughtful during the I the Church, I will be glad to do 315 N.W. 16th' Street Ph. FR 3-1440
5, 19i57 Gone, but not forgotten. time of its ,bereavement. To the so. '
There's an. open gate at the end neighbors and friends, 'a very Mrs. Vernell P. 'Albury, wife
of the road special "thank you." May God Mrs. Dorothy Wallace,
Through which each must go ,bless each of you. daughter
alone Rose Miller, wife Mrs.. Lillian Albury! mother
"A Living Service For The Living"Range
And there In the light we cannot I Mrs. Doris Fairley, sister
see. Mrs. Valiant Pinder, sister
Our fathef' claims his own. IN MEMORIAMIn Miss Marjorie Albury, sister Funeral 1 Home
The Green ,Family r. (Mrs. Doris Silva, sister
memory of my husbandHJILTON 1 Mr Leo Albury, brother
Personal ,MentionAmong : OX 14)131 PL OX 1-4343
memory of my dear friend,
I f.
the 12 nursing educa-
tion students who took the Oscar Range, Licensed Embalmer Funeral Director
"Nightingale' Pledge" at Florida
. A&M University last week, was 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami, Florida
Miss Carry Bryant of Miami.

The students were presented by
Mrs. Inez T. Jenkins to Mrs. E.
A J. Burgess for capping, and Prof.
3 William H. Howard was guest

speaker.Lee Hall The Auditorium exercises were heldin GRAND OPENING NOVEMBER 9th

Four O'clock

ti Mrs. Anna Smith, mother of

Mesdames Maedon Bullard HILL MmtR
I Eloise Cody, Ada Flanders,
h PhJlbrookst, ,Hubert and BenJa-
min, returned last week from
) vS her vacation in New York City, COURTEOUS EFFICIENT SERVICE
where she resided with her son
i and daughter-in-law, Mr. and .
Mrs. Pcttribrooks Smith. While
there she attended the bedsideof
'to FOSTER her ill mother Mrs. Laura William E. Manker, Funeral Director and
who passed to the Great Beyondon Wilckes, who Is reported to 'be
Nov; 5; 1955. Gone, but not recuperating nicely. Mrs. Smith Licensed Embalmer .
J forgotten. was honored by a surprised family -
HATTIE KENNEDYwho Sadly missed by his wife reunion dinner largely attended 6701 N.W. 15th Avenue
passed this life Nov. 6, Mrs. Dora Foster by her children, grand-
1957 at Jackson Memorial Hos- children and In-laws. A cake
pital. Gone, but not forgotten bearing the inscription, "Welcome Phone OXford 17431THE
!"Willie' Williams Home Mom" set the' pace for a
a, And The Family Drive Carefully i appy rgunlonk ; ,
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League, Greater Miami Urban NOVEMBER 8, 1958 PAGE 13 Wednesday Night "
observance of W o r 1, d a social service agency I Continued from 1
concerned page
( with
Community Day was observedNov. the vocational
McAllister guidance and Job development shown, in order that the In
6 In the Hotelat for Negroes . . man
a 12 noon luncheon. This Is in- : -", -. -" each woman's life can add a I
sponsored by United Church I are - compliment to her beauty and
Women of the National Council of;, available for qualified persons in charm. .
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adopted merit systems patterned Lo. Angeles, Calif. Everyone BIG ROCK 'N' ROLL
their own communities for a after Federal Civil is invited to discuss these problem with them.
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more ; Too They are ready to in SHOW!
develop attitudes and take action few qualified Negroes are help you anyway they can.
which will help build the taking advantage of the vast job Call for an appointment Phone FR 7-3177 0" 'erforsance On/y/
foundations for a world at peace; opportunities available to them ilt Sat. Noy. t 5-8:30
Guest speaker at the luncheonwas the city county and federal government -l TO AVOID WAITING : p.m.
tional Mrs.legislative Anna e secretary' Stewart of, Na-the I Location 222 N.W. 22nd St., Apt. 25, Miami, Fla. The

Women's International Leaguefor Omegas Observe Read 23rd and 91st Psalm Daily
Peace and Freedom. EVERLYBROTHERS
Serving as World CommunityDay Week
chairman was Mrs. Henry
"Moral and Spiritual Values, ,
Craig. lIer. co-chairman was
Miss ''Mai"i $" D. "Roberts. Mrs. I America's Greatest Need," will '
Elizabeth Espy 'Johnson was in be the theme and main topic at (Cadence Recording Stan)
charge of decorations and Mrs. I the regular morning services of HUDSON'SAuto Plus
the Mt. Zion
Marian H. Shannon prepared the Baptist Church, TrotsnDavsy
Tracy lnls-Jahnnr
Sunday, Nov. 9 at 11 a.m. when
President of the
programs. the Sigma Driving SchoolLet useslob
Alpha Chapter of'
Miami United Church
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity joins I Green (WINZ) -M.C
Women is Mrs. H. Stewart Austin at
with them In the observance of
its annual Achievement Week. MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
The Rev. Edward T. Graham, me help you get a driver' license 1700 W..hl"It.1I Ave M.I.
the pastor and members of the 17r Prices $2.50-:2.00.$1.2.90Res. :
Widow Must Sell national Iraterinty will deliver I or teach you to drive. I can .Pit.JE 1.0411. Mill OrdenTlckst

the message. The observancewill help you wheather you read or &O.CIII... .
Nearly new CBS home be In conjunction with the
3-bedroom, tile roof church's regular services.An ,' writ?. I can help you if you had a Mary Elizabeth Hotel
Open Invitation is extended 842 N.W. 2nd Ave
Full price $10,695 to all greeks of the commun- license taken away from you by Community Drug Store
ity as well as friends of Omegato 6750 NW 15th Ave.
Cash down $695 event.join them in their annual :, the police.

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Pair locks & yd. ribbon Nov. 21
2 child's panties
4 water glasses face pow. pairs
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'i der body powder writ. Comb and hair grease I
Ing paper. Envelopes School paper and pencils 8:00 p.m.Longshoreman LonCOUNSELOR
1 Stamps Pair Men Socks
Lipstick or Face Powder Ball point pen airtd paper Hall
4 Men or Ladles' Handker 4 what no..
chiefs. 816 N.W. 2nd Ave. DIVINE

Lay.Away Christmas Toy .& Clothing, NOW! Donation $1.00 REALER ONE WHO

Money Orders Sold Every Day-Mon. thru Fri. 7:45 a.m. Ticket on .ale at Pratt', Neal' and North' PROBLEMSBetter
to 7:15 p.m.--Sat. til 9 p.mClosed SundaysATTENTION

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you need help to overcome j YOU CANT GO WRONG

W.B O- Luck, Spell or Evil Influence. If you I Apt. 15

seem to be crossed in Luck, Sick in body or mind . I'I'I Our Annual Advance Course in the
CAN AND WILL I Ph. FR 1-3076

Ha. the one you love changed? I can tell you do why what! Latest in Hair Styling Begins Nov. 10
Let explain to you now.
me higher powers O
others claim to do. -.
Days and your Lucky um- Please Call For
Give Lucky
your OUR
ber. Satisfaction
Come let me make you Lucky, Happy and SuccessfulOpen AppointmentGIVE
22nd Annual Graduation
Dally and S."d.y-Hour. 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

BUS NO. IMPASSES for DOOR Colored EVERY and White 15 MINUTES Sunday, November 16, 1958 3 pm. .-.......... -'" ..... ..... .

Permanently Located AT MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
2590 N.W. 27th Avenue Miami, Fla. ...... ..... .... -...... .... .... ..

Year's Most Enjoyable Dance -THE KAPPA KOSTUME BALL - Friday,

Plan to Attend the Harlem Square Ballroom-Subscription $1.25. Tickets on ale at EcOBORl
to 2:30 a.m.,
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.. ------...-..-........-----..-.........................-- ssa G. W. CARVr 'ELEM. pm.
I I Each program scheduled is
Sunday, Nov. 9 marks the beginning planned around the theme, "Re
of American Education port Card, U. S. A."
Week the week we are urging
IIMMJU ................. ................................'" to the teachers, and In generalsize Dry Cleaning Class
I J: up the school situation. At NorthwesternThe
PAGE 8, 1958 Many wonderful and Informative While you are at it, you should
assembly programs have get the whole picture. You know Dry Cleaning Class at
been presented by the 6th grade about the elementary school pro- Northwestern meets from 7-10
DUNBAR ELEMENTARYThe NARANJA ELEMENTARYNaranja classes. Mrs. Dora Wright's class gram, but how much do you pjn and is open to Veteransand

Rev Thedford Johnson, Elementary had it? I presented a program centered know about the methods used to non-Veterans adults.
Conference the discovery teach your boy or girl the three The course is offered In five
pastor of New St. John Institu- first Parent-Teacher around Columbus and -
blocks namely: making and Inspection
tional Baptist Church 1328 NW Friday, Oct. 24. of the New World. Willie R's.This -
it wasa followed with a week we will be demonstrating dry cleaning garments,
3rd ave., visited the ETV room We are proud to report Nelson's class
with Mrs. Nealy and the 5th and huge. success. This shows that! program centered around United the idea that education wet cleaning garments, spotting
never stops. It is a lifelong garments and finishing garments.The .
6th graders during their recent our parents are becoming more Nations Week aud Theodore pro-
study of countries of the Middle Interested in the welfare of their Robinson's class followed, with cess to develop the total growthof course covers instructionin
our boys and girls the history of the dry 'clean-
East. The Rev. Johnson, who has children. the Meaning of Hallowe'en.
traveled extensively In that sec- The members of the Host and These programs were well presented We Invite you to visit our ing industry, types of plants,
tion of the world lectured and Hostess Club greeted the parentsand and the backgroundswhich school during this week, and terminology, theory and practicein
showed slides of Syria, Lebanon* showed them the various were drawn by each class tend a special invitation to eX-I I the use of various solvents or
tend our "Twilight School fluids
cleaning all
on types of
Israel and Jordan. rooms. Souvenirs were given were magnificent. Each assembly -
gram" on Tuesday Nov. 11 at materials.MORTGAGE .
Also visiting classrooms duringthe each parents and refreshmentswere program presented a wonderful
week were Mrs. Helen Troy, served. and meaningful lesson in
assistant supervisor of reading, The boys and girls at Naranja. which each class used Information
and Howard D. McMillan, zone school celebrated Hallowe'en will gained from these programsas
4 4 supervisor. a gay afternoon party. They enjoyed discussing in their class LOANS \
The sixth graders of room 38 the various refreshmentsand rooms.
presented "A School for Scar- activities. Among which wasa IN A HURRY
ing" by Helen Miller in chapelon hula-hoop contest. The win- Mrs. Hazel V Troy, assistant
Monday morning. The play ners were Edna Gordon from the supervisor of reading, visited our e Prompt service day or night let and 2nd mortgagee

told of a goblin who taught ghoststo primary. department and Joyce school on Oct. 21. Our teachers e Prepayment privilege In a Grace period !In every
vanish, witches to ride broom Riley from the intermediate department were greatly benefitted as a result every mortgage mortgage
sticks and other Hallowe'en of her visiting our classrooms
creatures their business. Included N. L. Bethel, principal and holding conference Our Service Is Professional, Courteousand

in the cast were Clotilda A. M. Anderson, reporter out many interesting suggestionswith QUICK
Bloodsworth, Geraldine Johnson, the teachers. She pointedfor
Cynthia Watts, Joseph Rowe improving our reading pro DADE-BROWARD MORTGAGESAND

Gwendolyn Lavant, Vincent FAMU Entrance Fee gram. INVESTMENTS
Harmon, Elaine Finder, Gloria
Calhoun, Charlie Brown, Bar- Jumps to $80TALLAHASSEE Another Rainbow portable Park is still was growing.added Miami FR 7-4812 Hollywood WA 3.7071
bara Johnson, Reuben Jones,
Along with the Ft. Lauderdale JA 3-2832
portable came a :
Robie Clayton, Audrey Thompson The Boardof
new teacher, Miss Corlne Stokes, ASK FOR MR. KAPP
Raleigh Scott, Anthony Control Friday boosted student
a graduate of Clark
Barber, Jimmie Roberts, James registration fees at state universities College.

Johnson, Mary Brookins and another $5 a semester, effective We wish to welcome Mrs.
other supporting players Betty in February, 1960. Constance B. Withers back to
Fields led the devotion. The extra $5, which will be our family after a period. of illness
Parents are asked to attend charged every student applyingfor OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
the regular PTA meeting, Mon- admission whether he enrollsor
day night, Nov. 3 at 7 o'clock. At not, boosts fees at the University SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
this time there will !be entertain ( of Florida", Florida State and Calling All Dorsey
ment provided for your enjoy- new University of Tampa to $95a PSYCHIC READERLet
ment by the sixth graders. Please student, and to $80 at A&M Alumni
come and bring another parents University.

with you.'I'I The present fee is $75 a semes- Attention all students who
graduated In the class of 1949.
ter but the
board voted a month
The Parent-Teachers Association -
Please .
of Dunbar held its third ago to raise all but A&M to $90 meet at Dorsey Junior
High School on Sunday, Nov. 9
effective in
September! 1960.
in the school
monthly meeting at 4:30: pm. room five. Theold
cafetorium Monday night. At this The $5, application fee will not library. We would like to
time, a group of third graders go on until the following February organize and plan for a real
performed exceptionally welt In 'because it was not advertised class reunion. Call and notify all
A two square dances that were directed in advance catalogues already classmates.Mrs. .
by Mrs. Rosalyn Bethelof printed. Annette McNeal
the physical education depart President J. Wayne Reitz of the
ment. University of Florida said he already ----
Prepartion is being made for has applications from 2,000
the recognition of American Ed- students for next fall Advertise It Pays!
ucation Week which begins Sun
day, Nov. 9-15. This week is _.auslt>t>a>t......a>u.....>wa>a>t>ta>t>a>i>ozw>NliKMMiMtMlMiKMiMlMlilMtBlMlWMBM>
sponsored by the United States
Office of Education, National
Education Association, American my years of Experience guide and protect you through Life

Legion and National Congress of ae a Lighthouse guides the ship In a ctorm
Parents and Teachers.
Despite scattered showers, the EACH SUNDAY WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME

Dunlbar family enjoyed an action For Success in Business And Love

packed Hallowe'en party on THE GOSPEL BLIND BOY CONSULT HER -
the playground and court last
week. The ,students had a grand You can now have your home made happy
time playing games and contest- AND Get and Hold the position you so long wantedDon't

ing' each other in a new sport 0 Stay in the rut get out now
called hula-hooping. REV. IRA McCALLBring lBy the help of God she
Clora M. Pearsall, principal can help you

{Richard S. Cook II, reporter You The Finest in Gospel and Spiritual Music Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or la


The A. L. Lewis school faculty I will pay you to call and see this Gifted Medium First

and staff are preparing for the Where thousands come yearly for help and advice, you too Can

commemoration of American be touched by this strange mysterious power
Education Week. "Olpen House'or
I back to school will be held WHY GO THROUGH LifE UNHAPPYThe

Tuesday evening from 6 to 7 p.m. 800 ON YOUR DIAL same God who delivered Moses and the children of Israelof

A program will be presented In . . . . old Is still alive today and will open a way for you throughthe
the cafetorium beginning at 7:00 .......:..ftIIICICII'IIIIIIICIII1CIC'I'ICIIIICIII tW troubled seas of life. Let not him that Is blind lead you er
end a special Educational a> >>-.1IIJIJIIJI1I JIJI "Jl ..."'.......
cast is scheduled at 7:30: p.m. you stumble with him.
This program is to give us an HOP ATBarkley
insight into how our school] Do you doubt the existence of things because you cannot eee
1 makes use of the Educational them

f Television program. Cut Rate What do you think of the Invisible waves and sounds that make
The special skit depicting old Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television possible
and new methods of teaching in
the elementary school was prepared WHERE QUALITY LIES A seed before It sprouts, lies concealed, secret, silent In the dark

by Mrs. A. D. Johnson andJ. earth or womb of Nature. THERE IS AN "UNSEEN POWER"Therefore

Bronson, who are members of 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-2376 acquaint yourself -
the American Education Week
committee. Approximately eight with the :one who is an fj

pupils will participate in the authority. Whose private
skit.All Hallowe'en Suits Baby Supplies, etc. consultation will evolve you

parents are urged to come 98*. 1.59, 1.98 to a higher state of mind.
Waste Baskets 49* A 69*
out and participate Tuesday
on Face Masks 5f, 10* & up 11
This Plastic Juice Sets ........ 69
evening. *
atg gives us an opportunity Home ............... 10* A 25* All Information is
to dispel some of the Roasters. ............ 1.19 3.98 F
preconceived ideas and prejudices Sheet, ..,....,............ 2.3 A up Confidential
that we have formed aboutwohat's ...... Breakfast Set (18 ,
Pillow .. 1.49Bath
in schools. Cases 98*, pieces) ........................ 4.39
going on our
Towel 35* to 69* Office Hours: 9 jn.-:8 p.m.
The principal is soliciting your up Broom & Mops
wholehearted cooperation. Men's Shorts 59* & 89* 69*. 1.19 2.39 Sunday: 10 SJD. to 1 pjn.

Nelson L. Adams principalYvonne's Men's T-shirts.... 69* & 79* I Ironing Board Covers Don't Write-Call in Person Y

Electric I Iron 4.98 A '.15 ....... ........ ........ .9Sf 1.49


1473 NW 70th St. (in rear) Where Prices Are Right MADAM HUNTER
25 Years Business. 1201 N.W. 3rd AvenueWe
lR' '; Ask about the anniversary
1657 N.W. 73rd St. MiamiHAPPENINGS
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THE MIAMI TIMES-'The People. Newspaper faulty, fined $15 or six days.
I Shirley Jackson, charged wM
W eSt America's SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8 1958 PAGE 15 disorderly conduct by creating a
Key Southernmost CityBy disturbance, fined $25 or 10 days.

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-- - -- -- -- Good
Morning JudgeNews
REGULAR FELLOWSThe I the auxiliary wish to thank all
for the wonderful gifts and their From Miami's Municipal Precinct Court -

officers were elected at help: in making the party the JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON, PresidingBy 208 N.W. 10th Street
the weekly meeting of the Reg- success it was. I
ular Fellows Club Monday Oct. Elliott J. Pieze, Times Staff Writer

20. They are Robert Butler pres- Sam Pritchard left the city last ..... - ..... ..- LOTS FOR SALE
ident; Cyril Fisher vice president week to attend the funeral of his
; Walter Curry Sr.. recording brother, George who died in A moderate 89 cases were list- treatment and attention. Case Easy Terms
secretary; Valjene Hayes' assis-: Miami. ed for trial on the official docket continued to Thursday.
tant financial secretary; Floyd. of the day in Municipal Court Build on your lot
Hannibal, financial secretary' Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Symon- on Monday morning, Oct. 27. I Peter Chatman charted with or mine

Ancel. Roberts. .treasure; Bernard I' ette _of Hollywood, were in the I. Run of the mill cases dominated assault Edner and Mae battery Coleman with Chatman shoeson We take care of financingNO
Roberts, business manager; city last week to attend the funeral the docket while highlight fined $75 or 30 days. MONEY DOWN
Audley Cash, reporter. of the late Mrs. Sophie hearings were somewhat far and
During the 12 years of Its Brown. few between. Joe Louis Paul charged with Cash paid for your Iota 01
existence the social and charit- Somewhat disturbing was the disorderly conduct by loitering, home
able organization has engaged in DEATHSMrs. case of Mrs. Dernice Gaitor, 1942 fined $15 or six days.
many and varied activities; made Sophie Brown 313 Olivia NW 55th st., who was charged Gertrude Smith charged with Baron, JE 8-1340
monthly contributions to s St., died at her home early Wednesday with assault and battery with a disorderly conduct by using pro-
church of the community until. morning, Oct. 29. switch blade on Mrs. Iola Ham
reaching them all; donated elec- munerai srevices were held on of 1365 NW 60th st. t
tric clocks to all church in our Saturday, Nov. 1 with a requiemmass The incident occurred Saturday ':
section of the community as far that was conducted from St evening near NW 15th ave.
back as 1951; purchased fruits Peter's Episcopal Church at 10 and 69th st.
annually at Thanksgiving and a.m. Fr. John R. Reese Jr. offi- Mrs Ilam told the court that TV REPAIRSNO
Christmas for the patients at the cited. Burial was in the family she and Mrs. Gaitor were in a
county home and hospital; made plot of the City Cemetery place of amusement on 15th ave.'
annual contributions to all national when a misunderstanding occur-*
charities that recognized Survivors are a daughter, Miss red between them. Mrs. If a m
locally, such as polio, cancer etc. Flossie Brown, Key West; three I said she walked out of the place CHARGEIf
The club has also donated to sisters, Mrs. Martha Welters, Mrs and Mrs. Galtor followed in a
every fire disaster victim sinceits Rowena Pinder, Key West; Mrs short while Mrs. lIam continued,
organization and has a special Lillian Roberts, Hollywood; eight Mrs. Gaitor began to beat her we can't fix it in your home
fund set up for the highest grand children, Eugene Fisher''about the face and body and cut
ranking student of the senior New York; Mrs. Elizabeth Stocker ,I i her with a switch blade knife
high class of Douglass. Mrs. Lucille Alee, Mrs. Edith 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.- Sunday 10 to 3
Plans are now being formulated Dear, Isaac Fisher, Mrs. Dorothy i I Mrs. Gaiter denied the accu-
Million and Raymond Fisher; 32 sation, and declared that it was
to set up a scholarship for a DRIVE-IN SERVICE
student of Douglass. grandchildren, six great grand- Mrs. Ham who tried to hit her,
children and a host of nieces and but that she beat her on the .
nephews, cousins and friends. draw' and was defending herself.
month of November birthdays Mrs. Geneva in the I IAFRIC.AN I Judge Johnson, however, did ALL WORK GUARANTEEDPickup
not along with Mn Gaitor'sstory
Walton, Mrs. Ruth Lovette, Mrs. WOMEN
because she admitted that
Antoinette Hernandez, Virginia ,she did follow Mrs. lIam out of and Delivery-No Charge
Lopez, Vernae Lopez, Miss I
the place. Judge Johnson found
Patsy Jean Kelly, Juliette Saun- RIOT; CLUBS,
ders, Arthur Pinder Sr. Mrs. Galtor guilty and fined her 1 T
$50 or 20 days in Jail.
CHRISTMAS IN OCTOBER Among other cases heard and A IEQIUY P ONO
PARTY Johannesburg Rioting broke disposed of were the following: &TY. COftft* i
The William Weech unit No. out Thursday in front of the Frank Sims, charged with assault ,4 b} ..' / VJ.\ *** <
and battery on Marina V6ii V RADIOS a
168 American Legion Auxiliary Johannesburg magistrate's court H!i sr.
held its Christmas in October during the hearing of charges fauks-case continued to Tues- r + .4 NfF7215 p HOMTT
party at the Post Home Monday against some of the 1,800 South day.Elizabeth + 4 AUTO
October 27 at 8 pin. African women arrested in the Brown and Frances rt
The .guests were entertained past eight days for unlawful Dradley, ''both charged with beIng *
with games. The following won demonstrations. The drunk Brown was fined $10
prizes In the Whist game: High, tors had protested demonstra'I'I or four days and Bradley $15 or t
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Weech !issuance of passbooks. Some 500 I ,six days.
Thomas Fields and Miss Mar- shouting and screaming African M, C. Evans and Guther Hawkins -
gret Roberts. Low, Evanette Jor- women were dispersed by police both charged with slccp'np'!
don and Ruth Thomas. but soon gathered again and began on private property, fined $10 American TV
Sandwiches, cake and punch sinking, dancing and shout- or four days each. Phono Corp.
were served to all. ing slogans. Police eventually Ball Sloane, charged with
charged into the crowd with clubs disorderly conduct by creating a
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Odell Dell, charged with depriving -
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THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE I II
16 SATURDAY, ,NOVEMBER 8, 1358 I Broward The Junior Girls' Club of the I You are Invited to a demon-

_______________________n ___ Ladies' Auxiliary of Carver, stration of.. the "Twelve Pearly
County Ranches wishes to express gratitude Gates to the City" at New,Macedonla. -,
to the auxiliary for helpIng -I Baptist Church, 22nd ,St.
and Mrs. Ruth W. Perry,
NewsBy to njonsor the H'allowe'en' I and 48th ave., Sunday at 3 p.m.
CALLED Miami, assistant secretary. The
Party on Oct. 31. Many thanks The usher board will sponsor the
Rev. Theodore R. Gibson was I
I SUCCESS to the C W. H. Chamber of program.:Mrs. Georgia Williams, ""
continued from 1)) reelected treasurer.
( page
chairman N
Commerce. Phillips,
; H.
FEW CHANGES IN OFFICERS The convention will meet in *.
Elected to serve a second; Pensacola in 1959. Delegates Walter Bow. -I pastor,
term as (president of the Florida voted to meet in Orlando in 1960. I Registration Is still open for
NAACP is Rev A. L. Lowery, -- night classes at Attucks Adult
Tampa. Vice presidents are David -J I! Mrs. Mallie M. Hunter t Ross The home of Mr and Mrs School. You may register by I Advertise It Pays!
H. Brooks, Tallahassee; David has been selected to deliver the Roscoe McQueen of Carver phoning or stopping at the reg- -
L. White, Pensacola; Rev. J I principal( address on the occasionof Ranches completely destroyed -
S. Johnson, Jacksonville and Women's Day in Mt. Zion! was at 6:45
by fire last Tuesday :
Rev. S. A. Cousin, Miami I AME: Church, Jacksonville on not at
McQueens were
Mrs. Louise E. Buie, West Sunday, Nov. 16 at 11 o'clock p.m. The VI'S GUEST HOUSE
home when the fire started.
Palm Beach was elected secre, am frame building, located between REASONABLE RATES' ON ROOMS "
54th and 56th sts. on 20th ave. By Day or Week .
Is believed to have 'been set on Efficiency, Privileges Mrs Elvira W. Smith, Prop.
fire when .an oil lamp opset.
DR. H MELTON WHITE The fire department was on Phones: OX 1-5343 FR 9-9359
I the; scene and also two trucks 6393 N.W. 17th Avenue
DENTIST from the West Hollywood Fire
Department. The McQueens
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!alt right in. See 421 S.W. 20th St. gorgeous Florida room. Separate U
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2t built homes with built-in oven 3-bedroom CBS home. See 1252 SUi#
ll and range. One mortgage to pay. N.W. 59th St. Make appointment ,)ti
it r Beauties. See models at N.W. 18th for us to show inside. Good buy. t
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f2Cf! $995 DOWN Her lovely large 3-bedroom CBS
SAME DAY SERVICE home. Has reduced her price tree
;2ri view 3-bedroom CBS home. Liberty mendously. We need someone h't..
I ALL MAKES ALL MODELS { City. Separate living room, dining with $5,000 down, leaving one
=2 1tl i room, modern kitchen, utility, mortgage only at 6%, at $15.00 a f
Picture Tube Special a U t shower doors, Venetian blinds. week pays everything. Large living # 4
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17.inch-$22.95 21.lnch-$29.95 No closing costs. Move in now. dining room, large kitchen with .x.
Why pay rent? We have keys. serving bar, cabinets, beautiful l>>r
Florida bedrooms
porch, large ,
LATCH ON TO THIS BARGAIN 8; 75x106 lot, city water. No closing
ti LOTS LOTS LOTS costs, Close to buses.
Used 17-inch TV-Good condition $39.95 :h !tel

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