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Publication Date: November 29, 1958
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36TH YEAR, NO. 14 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 19S8 PRICE TEN CENTS 1 H) O R


/ A QUEEN IS CROWNED/ > \.\. \ *


Fla. Sees New Hope In i inn I J.f'I/>-: I 'I




Pupil Assignment: Law



Supreme Court ties are now confident than ever Ington that there Is nothing unconstitutional -
that Florida's pupil assignmentlaw I on Its face about
Decision :Hailed will be similarly' upheld In the Alabama' law.. The court's .
the courts. : unsigned brief affirmed wha .{
.' The U. S. Supreme Court Mon Assistant Attorney General the justices termed the 'limited
'o.,. . day upheld Alabama' school Ralph Odum, called the Supreme grounds" on'' which-,the law .was ,'" :II
placement law aa written which Court ruling "the most ensuring upheld by a three.Judge specialU. I.,
Is aimed at preserving segregation I thing which has happened to .' S. District Court In Alabama. ,
?:', i--. ,.and..Florida officials said the South In the last two years." The court pointed .out, however .,."oI'. ;'1'
they were "greatly: encouraged" But Odum added ,that In order that although the law is I',
b'clluse.ol a similar law In this for the to be really effective technically valid It still maybe I1Le2Ei
state. there must be some Integration challenged If, applied to bring
Gov. LeRoy Collins said In somewhere along the line. about discrimination in assign
r Tallahassee that school authorlif ; ing pupils to schools. Ii I Iti
Washx I I II'i


x t 7th Straight Sepia Star FLA. GETS FIRST ; '1'r I-


I" ERNIE BANKS" WINS -'. NEGRO WOMAN ..,,I I'i I'iI

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. MVP A WARD s LAWYERTallahassee I

'. Florida Supreme
ren 'Spahn 'Milwaukee Dob Court Justice Elwyn Thomas -
l' VOTED TOPS IN ;
gave the oath of the court to f
season, crashed 47 homers, an
t NATIONAL all time record for shortstops. two Florida A&M: University college -
of law graduates here In a 4'1
Banks, a 6-foot, 180 pounder
BOSTON Ernie Banks, the from Dallas alvo: led the league solemn ceremony In th" State
I' soft-spoken but hard.hitting Chicago In runs'totted'In with 129, another Supreme Court Building last ,
r Cubs shortstop, Tuesdaywas record for, shortstops In his week. N 1 it !
named the most valuable circuit. He batted ,313 while Taking the oath after successfully I
player In the National League. p'aylng In all 164 games. passing the Florida Bar
He became the seventh straight Mays had another tremendousyear several weeks ago were Miss ' :
t. Negro to win the senior circuit' for the Giants. He hit. 347<< Bernice Gaines and James Mat & er
most!! coveted honor. belted 29 homers and droye In thews, both members. of the .
Starting with Roy <:,Campanella 96 runs. However, he received A&M: law school '68 graduating y e
of the Dodgers in 1957, sepia only three first place votes. One class. Miss Gaines was first in a 'III
: stars have taken the honor with voter lifted him as only a. 10Jh Class, Of, six and, Mr. Matthewswas I

f. successive brilliant seasons. Willie choice,...,. n 't., second.
Mays\ sensational San Fran* Aaron, who edged Muslal 289- She became the first Negro
deco Giant eentorflelder followed 230, for.> the 1957 MVP award, woman permitted to practice law Lovaly Cuinl Brown is shown r hotel (Hurl* Ilrnjnon did n topnotch -
r Campy In"54; Campanella won crowned 'queen' of the job of narrating the fashion
didn't poll a first place vote, but In the state and like Matthews being
again: In "55; Don Newcombe was left off only one ballot. lIe Is a native of Tallahassee and re Miami IIonteM' 'Club by winsome how which featured some
t' won 27 games to lop the crown wound up with326! average, eeived her undergraduate trainIng .TiiMilla linker, last >. ir's queen. of, the loveliest<<, mode ever seen
: In '56 and Milwaukee's Henry 30 homers and 95 RBI's. at A&M. The Aaron Rot ''If last year. ,Previous rhib'ii Annual Fonhlon. KlmUheM
to 1963, Jackie Robln&on, won lust Nnn lay In the FIetnllnom prcnltlent of the club.-;|>hoto by j
, the title 1n 1949 and Campy of the !Mary Elizabeth Avalon.
i'* turned the trick In 1951.I I
I Second to Banks was Willie Metro Hay Adopt f

'* Mays, followed by Henry Aaron. Championship
Takes
City
3 Other finishers in order were

" Frank Friend Thomas Pittsburgh Pittsburgh and B; I War-1 1 Relations Board Ruling NORTHWESTERN

4"". Mazeroskl, Pittsburgh. I
Banks, 27 and I In his fifth full -
r. A group of Miami leaders r TOPS BTW :18-6

DOCTOR RETURNS Wednesday proposed endorsed"Community the area'sfirst Relations "JUMP FOR JOYS"ELLINGTON --_ .:...-..-_.- '

Board' ordinance and The Northwestern Dulls ,used

will ask the Metro Commissionto TO 1951 Model TV a multiple offense and the hard

adopt, It,, I running of Freddy Jones and .-

The Interracial group met with BRING BIG SHOW Sets Sell: For $300 James Tullls to top the BookerT

Mayor Robert King High In the Washington Tornadoes I8.SI
BEACHDuke is not gold"Is
TO MIAMI
>' second o1Iy,two. sessions growing "All that glitters I Thanksgiving morning In the
of thep 'bomb and an old saying, but It does not
out scares Ellington: dean of Orange Howl. The win. gave the
.. threats ot't' letlee" earlier this register In the thinking of some
American music, will bring a Dulls the city, championship.More .
month. yii; huge cast of headline attractions people. This week It was reported
I,/ The ordinance e:' set for presentation to Miami Beach In January when that several South Dade Negroes than 6,000 fans turned t
,. to*the Metro panel at 10 he takes hU gigantic production, had made complaints that out In bright sunny ,weather to
! a.m. next Tuesday, sets up a "Jump For Joy" Into Copa City. they had bought from a Mr. see the traditional battle of the.
IP.' functioning "council" 'Kathleen Paul Tease old TV cross town rivals.
permanent
.
The famed Dade Blvd. spot *
J.. jo''smooth problems growing sets for from $200 to $300.
which housed Lou Walter's Cafe Tullls got the Bulls out front e .
put of racial relations In Dad e de Paris last year, will house the 1 I'Some of the reconditioned sets and .in the "second quarter on a '
the 1051
'are be of
Irr' said to
County big show featuring more than 75sepia keeper play to the left side as
outstanding performers. 1953 models. be outraced the DTW .secondary I i ito
The board would have 15 ,
r. members and a salaried executive Many think the show will top I Mrs. Pease operates from her score on a 87 yard jaunt.
Cab Galloway's Cotton Club Revue where
JllreetorJ I "representativeof car In the Perrine area The Tornadoes tied the score
,
racial and Larry Steele's Smart Af she seemingly did "good buslI *
the //social, religious, I' In the third quarter on a beau<
fairs which wowed Miami Beach
I and his wife
There a man
linguistic, cultural and economical ness. tlful pass and lateral play from
night club goers the past two 1958 Sylvania;
promised a
the I were
,. groups comprising population QUI Marshall to James Multi-
Y years: but they cot a 1951 Emerson
' -- of the county. more. Freddy Jones broke the tie
Returning from Detroit, Mich, Its -'purpose mainly 1*'to "7 ... Oscar Markovich of the Lucerne Other families .tell similar with A 12 yard scamper through
i after eight years of'medical' practice ter mutual understanding tolerance hotel, will take over the itorles. tackle. Jones also scored the
: In that city Is Dr. G. M. and respect among all . operation of Copa City and the Although a set Is said to cost final tally on a four yard run In '
;.. Smith who will resume his 'prae'it groups In the cquntr." staging of the big stage spectacle her $125 to buy, repair and Install the last quarter.
tics here at new offices, 1324 J .. which (t. aimed for the Broadway an aerial tall enough to
!' '. NW 3rd. ave. legitimate stage at the conclusion pick up Miami stations, Mrs.Pease The came fouls was called marred by numerous

it. Dr. Smith, who enjoyed a Int. physicians, Dr. {Smith 'was for. of Its run here. does not think, that her teams kept the against officials both '
?, cratlve 'Miami practice. for 10 wetly, Identified ,with many civic( Beside the huge cast 'of prices are exorbitant but Inferred pacing that up} and down the field I
; the city for Cleveland, .'Ohio, 'hopes ,to resume that relation- Joy" will ,spotlight A bevy of customers who skip town owing selves ,. -
,
*.* where he spent three years be sbjp tOffUltf' with soliciting the copper-hued chorus girls. her.*
i* fore moving to Detroit. While .continued fffeadshlp of bit for
there. Dr. Smith was m memberof mer"'patients and friends. The The book was written by Sid The rural areas are.generallythe I II
Wayne County Medical Socle- latest type of office equipment Kuller, Ellington Paul Francis soft spot where those with folk at Perrine shotild''ope stthelr

ty, Michigan State Medical So- has beta brought In, for, the pa- Webster Hal Borne and Hal Itchjng palm find ready market eyes to the tact, that they"1'.'should ,
\\t ttyj+ aid American 'Medical,.Assoclatlon. -, ,tleat .coarenience and care. To movies>' .. all writers of television, for goods that 'would not not be too ready to buy .tt: r om '
e He was .OR staff! bf; I till --eldI Arftftntth il1. no* in and Broadway stage. Themusical bar a possible chance In the I who "brln stiff"
L 1 being arranged city The quality effoofe' the ,bose the to
four Detroit hospitals, position teiftoutbe,,boat of med- score ",
One of Mami's most,popular cal care.: ,' j;, 4 by Jerry Fielding; 'and Islington. price and Interest paid by the their door !r
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I PAGE 2 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1958

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t' ..rtt WEST"INDiESFEDERATION ;lV.li>

DillarH


ti'y f ,, rs+l'fie FEARS GHANA Earl A. Wtilte Jr.'a '1955 honor .

gra-c duate'bf Ddrtey.;High, has
Port-au'Spain, BWI (ANP) been selected from Dillard University
-Dr, Patrick Solomon, Minister. for Inclusion Ja the 1959
of education and culture in the. edition of Who'sVNo I Among
Trinidad government declared Students in American Universitiesand
that Ghana is competing with colleges, the national direc
the new West Indies Federation.That tory of student leaders.
government, he said, was
i offering fantastic salaries to get A senior majoring in political
foreign experts, and Nigeria maybe science' with a' view toward a
I doing the same. career in laV, Earl has been
He pointed out that the West named to the: honor roll every
Indies could not compete against semester since his freshman
governments who have large year at Dillard.

sums to offer, but the West Indies fie 'was elected, miccesslvely,
were prepared to spend president of the sophomore class,
much in training its boys and
president of the
junior
? class, ,
,'ttWJtm "" ......!'WI'I girls to fill the gap. president of*.the senior class,
The days were long past when
ST. PETKIISIJUIIG Top with Gdbbs' President John; W. I division of Junior Collies. West Indians had to work for an president of the Dillard student
official from the State Department Rembert, who aired plans for expansion : L. Wattenbarger, director of the council, president bf the campus
of Education are examiningwith of the Junior College. ....Projected surveys point to an chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha fra
Interest the-report of Gibbn Pictured, left to right, are Dr. enrollment of 1,000 students at ternity, editor of the yearboo,
Junior.. CoRege on the institu Fred Thornton, director of Technical Gibbs Junior College by 1000. Beautiful Home' and ''president for three terms of
tion's growth during the :195750 Education; Dr. S. E. Hand, The Institution presently serves On Large Lot the 'debating guild.
biennium,.. and its., buildingand diredtar of aduft and veterans 509 students, drawn from all Earl makes his home at 1761
financial needs for the ':1950- education; Dr. Lee (l. Henderson, areas of Florida. The 30 teacher : Your lot can be a paymenton NW, 63rd St., when Is Miami.
61 planning period. The Tallahassee assistant director of the State's faculty Includes 34 members <- .
administrators journeyedto Division of Junior College's; who have earned Masters degreesor this 3-bedroom corner.

St. Petersburg for conference President Rembert and Dr..'Jas. above. 2395 NW 68th St. alien people. West Indians werea
people emerging from colon.
... Open 3-5 p.m. ialism, and they want to establish
Baron JE 8.1340 a place In the sun for them

UNTIL SCHOOLS HE-OPEN . selves.RUPTUKE&--- .

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You can be FREE from TRUSS l 811\my. 'frew'.Won.Surgical,

Take Written Courses Painless Office Treatment. LOW COST. NO LOST TIME

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Pile Rectal Disease
DR.
LONG'S CLINIC
LITTLE ROCK (ANP) roll elsewhere. She said the cor A General Health Service
A group of Negro students last respondence courses would serve
FAMU STUDENT week stopped by Central High to fill the gap until they could Reducing 21'BW.: '13th A. /P'IL 82748Sitting
School to obtain signatures necessary enter school in this area. ,
HEADS REGIONAL
to begin correspondencecourses
STUDENT UNION as a substitute for regular -
: classes, halted by the Inte- .

LEXINGTON, KY. Harvey gration Mrs. dispute.L. C. Dates, president, Ilrrl l
Jefferson of Florda A&M University Arkansas branches of the NAACP : :' -
presided over the inter said the "Little Rock Seven" ,
racial Fourth Regional Confer eligible to attend Central had it
ence of Student Unions held not closed, have no plans to en
here at the University of Ken
tucky, Nov. 1315. re
Florida A&M was elected vice
It was the ninth,annual sessionof chairman for 1959. Ife is41 a junior
the fourth regional and delegates social science major from River
from the University of Junction. with
Kentucky, University of Georgia, Discussants on a panel on
University of Florida, North "Student Union Organization"along
Carolina State College, University with Mashburn and Jefferson ELECTRICWATE
of Auburn, University of were A&M co-eds Annie R.
North Carolina, Tuskegee Insti Banks and Merits Cowart, bothof I
tute, and Allen University were Miami. Advisors from A&M at R )
in attendance. tending the confab were Rev.M. vp I
Jefferson' a senior chemistry G. Miles and A. E. Martin.
major from West Palm Beach, The 1959 conference will be HEATING
is the past vice-chairman of the held at North Carolina State College
regional. Richard Mashburn.ot In Raleigh. .I

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$340,000 Estate Leftto



Howard (Muersrfri


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WASHINGTON (ANP) wife, Louise, Helen' Ciuzens Jefferson
Most of the $340,000 estate left" I of Detroit, his Godchild
by the late Judge James A. Cobb (Cobbs), Judge Nathan Cayton i
will go to Howard University and to two secretaries, Dnphlne
d Mr Law School, and all his personal Coleman and Marie Cooper.
papers and writings were left to
Charles Thompson, a professor The money to the universitywill
at theuniversity. go to the,James A. Cobb
Ills will: Died' Wednesday in Scholarship Fund, to help law-
District Court, also provides for students, and like bequests were
::3 some of Cobb's best friends including made of $5,000 each to Dlllard
his law'partner for many University In New Orleans and I

. iL'The Y ?. years.Qeorge E. C. Hayes and his Fisk University in Nashvlle.

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Church of The incarnation .
is sponsoring the St. Aug
ustine's College choir Raleigh
N.C. In concert on Sunday Nov.. Moultrie EdgesTornadoes
30, 4:30 p.m. at Northwestern .with America'sFinest 60LDCNJIQQCR ;
Senior High School Auditorium
7007 NW 12th ave. Bourbon-
The choir will. feature the tots 2119
lowing soloists.. Sopranos: Miss
Irene Hill, Clinton, N.C.; Miss in a handy
Mario WitH!", Norfolk. Va., and In a hard fought battle, the -r I \

Miss Geneva Wilkins, Charleston. Moultrie,. Ga., High School Rams point.At pocket flask. S
S.C., tenor, special feature, Ed. defeated the Booker T. Washing. the opening of the final
N. C. and Tornadoes' score of 21
ward Rayford Maxton ton by a chapter the Rams went out front
Miss Cassandra Hanna, Miami. to 19 Thursday night at Dorsey again when James Turner, broke
Cassandra, a soprano at St. Aug Park. The occasion was the an through and tackled Stevens be- .
ustlne's, is a member of the nual homecoming- game for the hind the goal line for a aafety \/u I
Church of the Incarnation and Tornadoes.The for the visitors. .
former organist.The Tornadoes. jumped into the Later the Moultrie boys scored .
lead early in the opening period when John Prater smashedoff
choir is under the direction when James Multimore smashed
of John C. Moore. D. M., tackle for five yards and a
off his right tackle for 18 yards YEARS
TD ending a CO yard sustained
M.Mus., a graduate of Ffsk Unl and the first score of the contest.
verslty. Accompanist, Thomas A. The try for point was no gool drive. The try for point was miss OLD ,

Thornier, III, D.M., a graduate ed.In "
of Howard University. Later in the same period the the closing moments DTW
Come out to hear this well Rams moved into the scoring
scored on a 10 yard pass' from
column when quarterback Walter
trained choir. Gus Marshall to Multimore climaxing .
,
At the solemn sung mass 11 Murphy passed to end O'.ie
for 30 drive that covered 70
Wright yards to score. a
a.m. on Sunday at the Church '
of the Incarnation. the choir will Another pass Murphy to halfback yards. The attempted conversionwas '
Eddie Turner was good for 88 PROOF
sing the offertory anthem. no good. "
the point after touchdown. '
1 ,: a 100 PROOFBOTTLEO4NIOND
,
Early in the second quarter, ,; '
17 OUT FORBETHUNE Moultrie increased Its score when Buy and Use
Joe. McCoy plunged over the cen S
CAGE ter of the line for 6 yards and Christmas Seals i/s QUARTS
TEAM the second touchdown for the PNTsIIALF.PNTS
Rams. The attempted conversion Il11Ilse
was missed.
Seventeen aspirants for the x
The Tornadoes back
came earlyIn
1958-59 Dethune Cookman Col
the third period and evened
lege Basketball Team have been
the score when Mu'timore broke
out In Moore for o
working Gym
loose from. his 40, got into the
the past four- weeks under the clear and raced 60 yards for the
watchful' eyes of Coach Raymond TD. Daniel Stevens added the Fight Tuberculosis!
Thornton. This number 1
will increase as soon as the football
schedule in finished.
Coach Thornton believes that Thrill'.Pack.d Football from Whl./ "/. fo Whittle
this year's Maroon and Gold thin
clads should attain a higher 26th ANNUAL

standing in the strong Southern C>>:R.A.N'GeBLC : .
_1II1IUMI 00.
Intercollegiate Athletic Conference ., .
than they did last year for < t 'Ws tattfts 4 rnM HHttf
>>SS01\.l
the reason that this year's aggregation : p UMmtiatraeoFALL .
will have more expert
encc. He can call upon at least C'L.R..SSJCFOIt
ten men, none of whom will have L y' '... THE NATIONAL NEGRO

less than two years of actual ; .t,. ,y COLLEGIATE CHAMPIONSHIP SPECIALS
game experience.' He also has
some fine looking freshmen who tj''t '
seem to be able to step Into the PANTS . . . . . . . . . . 45c
slot in the event any of the older Cleaned and Pre..ed-3 for $1
men drop out. I

Catching such the eyes of the coach '3y DRESSES . :. . . . . . . . . 89c
are experienced men aa
Everett Abney a senior who fir" 1951 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Plain Cleaned and Pressed -
comes from. Norrlstown, Pa. Red : f f '
Humphrey the Daytona Beach FLORI0A ,A &M UNIVERSITY. SHIRTS, 3 For . '. . . . . $1.00

flash, who won a position on' the viPRAIRIE Laundered .
Al Southern Conference Tour

nament team last year as a % VIEW FREE PLASTIC RAIN BONNETSWith
freshman, Jack Swliley, a lanky ,;
Each $2.00 Order '
junior forward and Willie DIN .yy, {ESTATE COLLEGE of TEXAS)

lard last year's mainstay at for MUtVIDUAIi, $3.00.f J.00CHOICtf
ward. Looking good also this / 4 Southland Cleaners
year' In practice. Is the little sophomore .
Leroy Flllrnorey who .

played freshman.great ball last year as a _' < 627 N.W. 2nd Avenue .

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.Along! Freedom's! .Road. .


By RUTH PERRY )(

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. I wonder if all the friends of Yes, it was truly a most memorable
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when Roy
and day last Sunday
have as Warm:
MUTAMUlt KT NOS MUTAMUK IN KLL1S the NAACP visit.' We
"The Times ,Are Changed And We Are Chnnged With Them" good a feeling as I have now as Wilkins paid Miami a words ViUl
--- -- I write this column the day after can only hope that his
Office at 11158 N.W thlnl Ave., Miami, Florida-Phone IW 3-2230 Roy Wilkins' visIt to MiamI. In bear fruit, and that Negroes will
Plant at 0740 X.W.. lath Avenue Phone OX 0421 my opinion It was one of the pursue the fight for Integration r..
have had in this area with even greater
--- -- ------- finest meetings we ever
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 0, 1027, at the Post Officeat In 'the Miami area for the cause effort. Surely with such a man as
Miami Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 of freedom and civil rights. our leader, we cannot, and will
not fail In our fight for freedom.
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II. K. 810ISMUND J- 1UCIbVES, Kdltor \ DEDICATKD LEADEn and equal .civil rights.

GARTH C. REEVES. Managing Editor, and Business ManagerMember. As I watched Mr. Wilkins' durIng IN PASSING
the day, from the moment he "
of the National Newspaper Publishers Association stepped off the plane from New Do you know that high schoolchildren

Member,of ,the Associated' Negro Press York, until he left .at night, ho In Little Rock,about.and Vir get- toIWIII.-. .;...,......... ," .,..'-. .
was In complete control of every ginia are quietly.going ,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: situation during the press conference ting petitions signed asking to The happy recipient of a combined -
OXK YEAR $1.00 (SIX! MONTHS $2.80 THREK MONTHS $1.50 before the mass meeting; have the ubllc schools ,opened, birthday and Thanksgiv.
PRESS"f as he gave his fine speech at even if they are Integrated? Ing dinner was Mrs Henrietta
"CREDO OP TilE NEGRO Bethel AME Church, and perhaps Seems like, sometimes, the Sweeting, who was guest of honor -
THE NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the world especially so during ]his TV ap youngsters show more sense at the occasion given for her
from racial and national antagonisms when It accords to every man pearance Sunday night on "Im- than some of their parents. As by her Son and daughter Mr.
regardless of race, color or creed, his human and legal rights. Hating portant," channel 10, WPST. Mr. Wilkins said in his .speech, and Mrs. Stanley Sweeting

no man, fearing no man-the Negro Press strives.to help every man There Is no doubt In my mind right now in some of the places The celebration, given at the
in'the firm belfef that all men are:hurt as long as' anl+one la held that Roy Wilklns ia i a very able where the public schools are home of the Sweetings, "The

b hack. successor to James Weldon Johnson closed, Negro and White children Gayle Winds" of 16351 NW 18th
and Walter White.As are really equal none of place in Opa Locka, was a surprise .
4 YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK he parried questions, and them are getting an education! affair for the mother of
v gave explicit and informative A pretty high price to pay for The Miami Times office manager .
SEGREGATIONISTS PLEASED answers many others must have that old Southern tradition, don't and newsman.
Segregationists were somewhat happy this week felt as I did. Here is a most you think?

Over the decision of the United States Supreme Court on able and experienced man. HereIs I don't believe sumpter- x.owry Several relatives, friends !and
acquaintances of the
honored
the Alabama School 'placement law a great leader of the NAACP,
upholding Willis will
Monday I or Sheriff McCall go guest were in attendance to
not because of his
only
Four Alabama parents had challenged the law on characteristics that make many him back to visit the Florida Parent- share the occasion and wish Mrs.

the grounds that it was being administered for race discrimination (, capable, but also because he is a Teacher Annual Congress again Sweeting happy felicitations of
A three-judge special U. S. District Court in dedicated and devoted man. very soon. Being an ex'PTA'ermyself the day.A :. -
I know these ladles don'tlike
Alabama upheld the placement law, and the Supreme Without these two last attributes
to be pressured or intimidated turkey dinner with a.l: the
Court upheld the District Court's ruling. I| really great leadership cannot Their main objective is their trimmings comprised the main
',: There is some' qualification .however, in the Supreme reach Its highest peak. The children's education Sumpter menu, while a huge decorated
NAACP is
Court's decision. The court again ruled that the law is fortunate WilkIns indeed In I Lowry objected to about every birthday cake with lighted
having its
Roy as executive "
constitutional "on its face.. secretary. thing brought up before the candles adorned the festal board.
meeting, ,Including the aUnging-. Beautiful flowers graced the
That means, it seems to us, that it could be both con dinner table
NO LESSENING IV of a calypso song. Maybe Mr. and dining room
FIGHT
stitutional and unconstitutional depending upon how it
and a lovely white
Lowry needs a little reeducation corsage was
is used against Negroes. There could be no doubt as to himself And by what stretch pinned on the honored guest by
The chances are Negroes will again seek to enter Itoy Wllklns' feeling: about integration of the imagination did Sheriff her son. "Happy Birthday" way

these schools. If they are rejected on account of race, they u I listened to him answer McCall think he could be aidingthe the general expression of dinner

will probably have a case, but the ruling, is undoubtedlya the questions put to him PTA program by his pres' guests who departed wishing
the and be it by reporters. He asked several ence? lie was slightly out of hi.* Mrs. Sweeting many more birthday
for segregationists
victory you may sure
very pertinent questions himself territory wasn't he? I really feel occasions,
will be used to advantage. He asked how Miami could: expect both Mr. Lowry and Sheriff Me-
Commenting on the court's ruling Governor LeRoy to become a great Interna Carl; were made very ridiculousand AnnouncementMrs.
Collins said the school authorities are now more confident tional city as long as It clingsto by their pressure In Sarasota -

than ever that Florida's' Pupil Assignment law will Jim crow practices. He also certainly did the cause of Renla Saunders or 14860
be, similarly upheld in the courts. asked Negroes how they could segregation no good. Tyler St., Richmond Heights, announces .
expect to better conditions if they the arrival of her first
Attorney' General Richard Ervin said the ruling
did not g;t out to register and grandchild
born to Mr. and Mrs
shows that the court recognizes the fact that the race
vote. Even Gov. Collins did not Wesley Brown, 'Thursday, Nov
problem is one which requires ."a great deal of latitude on remain immune to Mr. Wilkins'! Job OpportunitiesThe 20 at 6:08: o'clock: a.m. in Mer-
the part of school administrators in.. using 'icriteria which questioning. He asked why It cy Hospital. It Is a pink bundleof
Will result in orderly''' administration." was If Gov. Collins la such an Greater Miami Urban joy, weighing 5 pounds, 13

State School Supt. Thomas D. Bailey hailed the rulingas I avowed ',"moderate", he has not League announces job opportunities ounces, and given. the namo
come ul// with a school Integration for the following positions: Tanya Renee.
supporting the report of the. Fabisinski Committee .
-
plan for Florida. This blessed event will add to
which drew up the Florida law-"that such a law.offers i Addressograph Operator I the couple's Joy as they celebrate .
the best possible legal means for preserving free public' Mr. Wilkins urged Negroes In Park Tender their first wedding anni-
school education, in Florida." for this area to continue their fight Court Dockets Clerk versary on Thursday, Nov. 27

Assistant Atty. General Ralph Odum called the Supreme vigor integration, and pledged with even that more the Junior ScientistFor Thanksgiving Mrs. Brown Day.is the former

Court ruling "the most, encouraging thing which NAACP
would back them up In detail Information Jesselyn McLeod, a first grade
has happened to the South in the last two years." their fight. He stated that pub Ing the'above jobs contact regard H. teacher at George 'Washington

Now that the Southern segregationists are having tie, schools here in Miami could Alien: Wheatley Jr. of the Greater Carver Elementary: School.
something favorable to say about the Supreme Court, they have been Integrated two years Miami Urban League, locatedat Mother and baby are at home
if
ago elected
might find it easier to at least attempt to integrate the had done their duty public, officials' FRanklin 395 NW first street or call doing nicely.

schools rather than close them denying thousands of students 6476.. .5Combs'

n the opportunity of continuing their education.

being able to afford a strike.
SCHOOL FAILURES ACvCOniiAto Florida state .
Employment..Association
Dade County's Superintendent of Schools Joe more
Hall 700 employees have already filed applications
explained this week why the number of failures In our for unemployment compensation. If this srike lasts Luncheonette

schools has doubled in five years. Say the superintendent: 'as some people are predicting will be as long
a blow
big to
"A few years ago a teacher was. taking her life In business. agh @pv

her hands If she flunked a pupil. The parents raised cain, Wjth Christmas just around the corner a

and were backed Up by public opinion. of what promises to be a big> season and it's the beginning -,
too bad
achievement""Now the public. is demanding a higher level of. the union :and the airline could not at least ,continue negotiations -


Most failures were in the first, seventh and.. eighth other the matter without will interrupting be settled.business.Just why At it some could time or
not be
grades.. .. settled without such damaging effects
"The emphasis in the first grade," explained Dr. the community in general, is the question upon the business man In and
Hall, "is on the development of the child, and teachersare street Is asking the

too immature feeling freer to go' to on hold to back the next a youngster grade. they think .is *M*>*_"'W. ...A>W1AA7.7tAf.l................ .."" "" "" .. "... A I

"The seventh and eighth grade failures are similar. It ..
2a
Teachers often feel it is wise to hold back a youngster WORLD FAMOUSWMBM i r,

for another year: before letting him go on to high school."

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METRO'S MANAGER REMAINS IN MIAMI .

Dade County will not lose Manager O. W. Campbell.

He flew to California, his native state, talked over another o ..
offer but turned It down, and will remain with Metro In. TOPS IN LISTENING >

definitely.{ / o 'I

Metro has just begun to operate and to change managers THE KING COLEMAN SHOW .
just now would certainly be a mistake. CLIFFORD "BAR?" COMBS

The general public Is pleased that Mr. Campbell decided THE GOSPEL BLIND BOY SHOW ,. Proprietor

to remain in Miami.EASTERN e THE BUTTERBALL ? .. Fine Foods and BeveragesWe
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; AIRLINE STRIKE : LOCAL NEWS WITH ELLIOTT J. PIEZE I Children We Cater Under 12 Half Price
to Private Parties
J3 Eastern Airline has I REV. IRA
practically closed down. With McCALL Open Dally and Sunday
a 3,850 mechanics and flight engineers on strike, there was I 7 a.m. t* 1 a.m.

nothing. else to do. 800 ON YOUR You Call We Deliver
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper"PAGE Appreciation Night Lucky RoseLuncheonette' Iotas Worship at

Greater BethelWhen
6 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1958 For Bethune OESThe ., .
Again
Open .
Gamma Alpha
Chapterof
first annual AppreciationNight Mrs. Rose Lee Lucky, owner Iota': Phi ambda Sorority cele
for Bethune Chapter Order and operator of Lucky Rose brated the beginning of American
'
the'Bab;; I of Eastern Star No. 87, Luncheonette 311 NW 17th st., Education Week, inspirationwas
In-Around Richmond Heights, was held on is announcing reopening of the keynote for group's ac
communication
Nov. 17. At "regular her popular eating establishmenton tlvlitles. As a result,* they wor
chapter was opened in due Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 27. shipped in a body at Greater
__ By A, H., McKENZIE with regular procedure of
form Due to extensive street repairs, Bethel AME Church, where the
_._........._.__..... .... H .... .. J..... business. After which the matron Mrs-! Lucky was forced. to close Rev. Cousin delivered a dynam
called: off and went into a sur- her diner for several weeks. lc sermon which seemed to touchon
Vivian O. Dlake, O.C., famous Road- died a few minutes after I prise to everybody with the pre Both NW 3rd ave. and NW 17thst. a variety of things, yet clingIng
criminal lawyer of Jamaica, ar his arrival at Princess Margaret senting of gifts to faithful memo Luncheonettehave
., location of the to one main toplct so as not
rived In Nassau on Sunday to de- Hospital on Nov. 8, from gun' bers of said chapter. Those recelving -, been paved and "prettiedup' to exclude any of the listeners.At .
fend Randal Fawkes In the Su shot wounds. The delivery driv- gifts were as follows: for the holidays. So, It is In the end of the service the
preme Court on Wednesday ona ed for the Garfunkel's Furniture Sisters Grady L. Dinkins, RosaM. keeping with the beautification unanimlous opinion of the
of sedition. Mr. Blake Store, another man and a woman Woodie E. Brown group
charge Adside, program that Mrs. Lucky will revealed that heats and spirits
was called to the Bahamas Baron went hunting near Cable Beach. Lula M. Belcher, Mildred Clark, prepare for this challenge., were high.
Tuesday after his apllcatloni It is reported that after they sep Ethel Giddens, Carrie ;Jackson, The Thanksgiving menu will
were presented to the Acting Solicitor arated a shot was heard. Knowleswas Helen Shipp' and Estella Weston. consist of the historic baked tur- We wish to take this methodto
General E. P. St. George.He rushed to the hospital. lie dressing, green vege thank the Rev Cousins and
is survived by his ,wife and a son., Each of these individuals ex key, oyster
Is rated as one of the best to the tables, cranberry sauce, hot tolls, bis congregation for so freely accepting .
lawyers in the West Indies and pressed her appreciation kindness. baked pie and, Iced tea. Other selections us, and actually making
his defense in Nassau will be Worthy Matron for her will also be available for us a part of the service.
watch with keen Interest. Returned From New After a few compliments from individual taste.
the sisters, refreshments of fried your Before Journeying to Bethel

Charles Sweeting, M. C. of St. York For Slaying chicken and other delicatessens Miss Loretha Lucky Bailey for the morning seTvtlce! iotas
served and highly enjoyedby the has been enjoyed an equisite and
Agnes Church, was married oa were daughter of owner, I dlstlnc
Monday. to Miss Rita Albury.. Trial all. Hats off to bur beloved named manager of the Luncheonette tlve breakfast at the Famous
The ceremony was performed by Matron Sister Marie E. Benn whois and it is she who will be Chef Restaurant. A good day
llev. Canon M. E. Cooper. Fol Albany, N.Y (ANP-Gov. loved by- everybody in Richmond on hand to share with her mother was enjoyed by all
lowing a wedding breakfast, the Av. rell Harriman has ordered Heights especially: inmatesof. in welcoming guests to the
for Miami the extradlctlon of Frank Peter the chapte/ Because of her establishment. Your patronage Is
couple left by plane
son, 27, a migrant worker. to loving personality all roads solicited.SUFFERERS.
on their honeymoon. Florida where he will face trialIn
lead to for Bethune
They are both employed at connection with the slaying ofa success J; B. SMITH
Chapter. We also had in our
Telecommunications Depart
the White farmer and his daughter.The midst Past Matron Sister Greer ELECTRICSERVJCE
ment. wife of the farmer, Ira who made some encouraging re IRNI.WQM.A...Vff

of Miss Irene Turn- Gene Carnley, alleged to police marks.: We were also: expecting a
The body
authorities that she had been
to visit that
guest us on nightin
to Nassau on
quest Nov. 18.was She brought died in New York raped by the slayer.Gor. the person of :Most Ancient W TO* MT DaY MUTTUt MIl. MIrDwWr, Electrical Contractor
Harriman has made
pub rmn.BCSBMA.UOTOUI.M orm mm
list week. She was a faithful IIc a telegram from" Florida's Matron Sister Mary Dean, tout M KAL*.,UT.,... riKiglJHI....JUT.ro HOUSEWIRING"Don't
member of St. Martin, New York Governor Leroy Collins. In because of Illness she was un *. nAMcrotT uurr or rat KAUMAjtaircawa.
the Bahamas she able to attend. We all wish for MB TOV* BOCIO MBOovtKAVTKMM Call us"
Before leaving cut
which Collins said: her 0*MUn AAOVT sawt ut.w
was also a faithful member of "Safe .conduct and fair trialIs a speedy recovery. Becauseof
her able PHONE NE 5.3058
leadership in o u r
and made
contributions
St. Agnes many assured to the fullest extentof
home while she community we believe that her -e.M
to the
my authority under law as is Night or Day
presence with this
chapter will
lived in the United States. Fun
of
the case every fugitive re- .
I be
inspiring to all of us. Hoping
eral arrangements are income "
tursed to our state for trial.
for her visit
soon.
plete. Daniel Gutman, Harriman's very

council, had held a public hear Again we say thanks to our
Corporal James Barnes, 77, ing In New York City Oct. 8 on Worthy Matron Mr her thoughtfulness SEE THE
died at the Princess Margaret the extradlctlon. request. in presenting to us this
Hospital on Nov. 11. Mrs. Barnes lovely occasion
and hoping tor
who was empoyed at the hospital its continuance. WORLD'SGREATEST
died two days r.
suddenly prey
lously. Sunlight Chatter Box Fraterally yours,
Corporal Barnes was a nativeof Sis. Eunice Saunders
Berumida, He came to. Nas Sunlight School of Beauty Culture l l. reporter
sau after serving in World WarI would like to thank the COLORED
and joined the police force. I public for Its grand turnout at
They are survived by two our recent graduation.' We sin- PSYCHIC
daughters.. A unit of the ex-Ser cerely appreciated your patron' Isham Farrar DiesThe
vice Men attended in uniform.
Corparlal George Brown, after age.Our best wishes for eternal many friends of Mr. Ish READER .
success go to those students who am Farrar will regret to learnof
21 the Baha-
spending on
years
recently finished their Junior operator his death which .occurred Nov. '
mac police force, has accepted an course, and are now beginning 14 at his home, 16435 NW 23rd
appointment in the Immigration. the first year in the 'field court in Uunche Park after an PROF. t
Department. Mr. Brown .is a
of cosmetology. By the time the i.lnt-88, of several months. Mr.
brother of the Rev. Dr. H. W.
paper is off the press Miss Cora Farrar was a valuable employeof
Brown, pastor of Bethel Baptist Lee Humphrey will have staged Sundeck Homes; Inc. for several .
Church J. V. Brown, labor officer
; her fashion show at Sunlight. We years and has been a resident
; and Raymond Brown, wish her success nonetheless.Note of Opa Lock for more than 8years.
principal of the Board of Educa He leaves to HUNTER
:, Those Hair Styles shownat mourn hln
tion School. at Gregary Town, death: .
the prom were the work of our a loving and faithful wife,
Eleuthera. Three other brothers Susie, who was at his bedside
recent graduates, Mrs. Lamar. at PRO HUNTER
live In the United States.On Mrs. Eva Mae Eady, Mrs. Mattie the time of hlu death. Seven
Bell Jackson: and others who are neices and three nephews. The If you are tick, worried or In trouble this U the

November 14 the annual among the honor roll of Sunlight.I body was shopped to Boydtoa, place to come. Don't stay in the rut, push back the
local certificates examinationswere We would like to say' to those I Va. Wednesday night, Nov. 19 Tell of bad luck that to hold in track
seem your
jou
Providenceand for
held in New burial
by Peek's
Opa Locka
ladles the work
keep up good I
the Out Islands. This year and your future is assured. Funeral Home.Advertise. and adyance forward by the help of God uDder the

1,028 sat for the exams: at 39 Sunlight School of Beauty Cul leadership of Prof. Hunter who has 30 years of ex

centers in the Out Islands with ture would like to extend to alla perienoe In spiritualist and occult science. Make your
611 candidates and three cen hearty Thanksgiving. home happy. He will show
bow to bypass ,
ters In New Providence with 517 It you your
candidates.Last Delgretta Beecham. reporter Pays! enemies and let the things that life demands for you.

year 1029 candidates took

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Thanks[ to Faubus Ruling nNegro' THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper"
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1958 PAGE 7jf



lCbildre 's Rights Hurried: by. Court"


By, ELLIOTT: J. PIEZB Arthur King( sang a solo, "The expressed appreciation, made the
House I Live In." Fr. Theodore announcements and offered the !: :
"Thanks to Governor
Faubui, and Htle Rock, Oml southern E. R; Gibson, president of the MIami benediction.! Mrs. Laura Cooper

states are now faced with a rul branch, made the appeal for Wpstbury was the organist for flMfr
financial support, at which time -
ing which Bays the constitutional la the occasion and Dr. John 0. ylblju
total of |l. 414.20 was raised.
rights ofv,Negro children cannotbe The Rev. A. Joseph Reddick, Brown served as master of cere (a/J flbI'

nullified by state executive: I pastor of St. James AMB Church monies. llft
legislative or judicial offlce'r'through

evasive schemes for seg
regation. This would come In '

along.time "but Faubus hurried it 58 Security Amendments I'I'Schen.L u. '

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Those are some of the many I

fiery statements made Sunday /%
iv
afternoon at Greater Bethel There has been some misunderstanding
AME Church. The speaker was in regard to the re :
Roy Wilkins, executive secretaryof cent amendments. to the Social WINS $10,000 FOR ; JV
the National Association For Security Law Edward P. Bron- {lfl1;

The Advancement of Colored son district manager of the STEEL IDEAGary t"

People., The occasion, was a social, security office said today. .
special mas meeting sponsoredby Ind. 'Tw\ men one
the Dade County branches of Most people understand about Negro, whose cooperation will
the NAACP. A large and very the automatic increase in Social add up to the reclamation of Unnumbered
enthusiastic crowd was presentto Security checks which will be tons of Iron, were
hear"the" nationally prominent, paid in February 19 68. However awarded $10,000 each by the 7 This exquisite decanterl olds the
leader.: in addition, to the increase United States Steel Corporation same full fifth of Schenley Reserve

Speaking on the general themeof which wjll be paid without any here today Oscar M. Dansler and y you're used to buying in the regular

the Negro's. fight for freedom, acton on the part of beneficiaries Salvatore Lumella, both employed bottle. And it cornea handsomely

Wilkins said; "The year of 1958 there are other changes whichare in the blast furnace divisionof gift-wrapped,with card attached, .
must -be put down as one in not so well understood by the the cooperation's Gary Steel at
no extra cost
which the segregationists lost public Mr. Blonston added. Leaflets Works, have worked together for .

ground.; They hare, outraged and are available' free of charge more than 15 years.
alienated public opinion through at all social! security offices reflecting Mr. Dansler, a furnace keeper 'oQaQ

hateful" and senseless.,dynamiting these new, provisions.. community in 'Gary. He was born 1do

and other, Tlol Qcel. This" violence Other changes are: is ,one of the pillars of the Negroon
is 'the direct, result"of men a farm in Morrell; Ark. in
1. The tax rate in
in high paces,, preaching defianceof goes up 1897, and was working l In sawmills 0.chntlaq .
and the first
to
January applies
the 'courts, When a governoror when he was 19.; The award
of
United States, Senator or a $4,800 earnings. winner came to Gary in 1923 and i
' 2. Dependents of Individuals
State legislator, urges defiance began work as a cinder snapper
of the courts, the hoodlums, feel receiving disabllty payments may. In the blast furnace division. .

free to slander Negroes ..and Jews sow qualify. The ,father of two children, Mr.
3. More severely disabled individuals
and to toss dynamite. Dansler is a cornerstone memberof I t
,jnay now qualify as a result
The segregationists have lost the Galilee" Baptist church. .. .
of the change In the earn
also because of their Insane,policy He teaches Sunday School for
Logs test, which is five of ,
of closing schools in order to years young adults, along with his wife "
social security employment cred
prevent desegregation. In executing who heads that department of
its in the ten period before ,
year
rn
this maneuver, they lost church's work, and serves as a
started.
disability
not only the general. public but member of the board of deacons. 0 "
4. benefits will
Basically not
more particularly their\ own .
: be reduced because of other fed .

people.'iue slamming of school doors eral dsablllty payment. e C h aese ,4s ,

In the faces of 13,000 student 5. Dependent parents may now. LOTS FOR' SALE ( ..
In Virginia and 7,000 more In qualify even though the deceased Easy Terms c '
home to son or daughter was survived 'Ui
Little Rock has driven Build on lotor
your
schools are too high a price to by another beneficiary,
the people the lesson that closed 6. More adopted children may mine,
p..y for segregation." now qualify because of the re w. take care of financingNO

moval of the 3. year waiting per The..melftwr.pplntthat ail-
Touching upon the situation In MONEY DOWN
iod.
the Heirloom Decanter
the state of Florida, the speaker
Cash lots
paid for your or is also available' for
said: "Governor Leroy Collins 7. Certain beneficiaries who home regular pints and quarts.
appears to be deeply concerned had their benefits stopped by remarriage

he about;,' has the made school some question moderate and beneficiary to may a now social have security them Baron, JE 8-1340 2sJMfl| [OIKIIlin Ce.; .!o.'llMdiJ' Wkliky.l tUgiMt,88 Proof 85* drain NwWpirlts, I

statements In public speeches" started again,, by filing a new ap
"
"The puzzle here, continued plication.

Wilkins' "is why GOT. Collins Work in the production of tur
the head of a state does not
pentane may count for social security
take. steps within his own stateto 'purposes beginning Jan.' 1,
assemble counsellors and to 1919.

devise, a plaD In It you are affected by these
explained that the
Wilkins
changes contact your nearest social
has Intention of ceasing
NAACP no security office for the necessary '
:
"or curtailing its actvitlesll.. .
? Information and action re
added: "We Intend to press for B
quired on your part. Remember AKERSNO
and for the
play
justice and fair
you do not need to take any ac
of Negro
constitutional
fu.l rights tion to obtain the Increase In

,jltlxens.: your benefit. You will receive it
In a very dramatic' closing In February 1959.
Wilkins, sad: "As citizens we The social security office for
wish, "to be treated exactly as this area Is located at 234 NE 1 eI
other citizens are treated' ; to be 79th at. The phone number Is
accorded all the rights and priv PL 85511.
lieges enjoyed by other dtliens.
Including the right of our children
to the equality of non-segre- Dorsey Alumni NewsThe MONEY DOWN

regated..public education and to
class of 1949 meets Sunday
the opportunities of a non-segregated
Nov. 23 at the old
life In their native land library
It was a masterful address and of Dorsey Junior High School.
well received by a most Tentative plans were made for
was appreciative -
Reunion 1 1 1 e
Officers
audience Day were also
elected. They are as follows:
Wilkins was introduced by "
Edwardn
Chairman, Ebenezer
Mrs. Ruth Perry vice presidentof cochairman Ronald Braynon; .SW e 1 e a a fir

ganlsatlon.the Miami Atty.branch O. E of. Graves the or, secretary Earla Mae Hlxgs; '..''?;*:"''''i1'1': ;' ..,' ,""' '-, ." '..' ., .',. '' ' '". '. ' '.' ' '... ..''.,.'' :"'V .'' ' /' ''' '-'"" ''''I,'' '

counsel for the Florida States assistant, secretary, Helen >Martin
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branches, offered the- .occasion.Oretlngi Peterson; treasurer Nathaniel yIS! / e 1
Business manager
Thomas;
Haskell -
were brought bf
William Kenehon;; assistant bu,-
Luare of the American
Alfred Barr . .
Jewish Congress. the Rev. Wl Incas;,manager :
Uam"JC.., WlllUmj of tht, Dade The aext.regularclass: meeting i
County'Council''09 Community. will be, bald' Sunday, December

Relations ,and Robert. .JtV Thorner 7, 1951 at 6:00: p.m. Dorsey Jr. .
of"the; ,Amerjlcaa, Civil .Liberties High' ,School'' In the old library g.u.......a.............................,
Carla M., Hlggi! secretary
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__ r. r -- PHYLLIS WHEATLEYWe Annual Bazaar at THE MIAMI TIMES' -:"The People1 Newspaper

BROWSIN' have almost reached 100 SATURDAY NOVEMBER' 29, 1958 >AGE 9
percent mark for the enrollmentof JESCA FridayThe ?'"
By PAUL. R. HENRY the Junior Red Cross. During

..'""" ,,,....... ""'"'-M _, ............. ..... the' morning devotion several James E. Scott 't: I 1l1nun'
Red Cross members spoke to the ity Association. will hold its annual -
South Florida's new Federal student body over the P. A. system Bazaar at the James E.
Housing Administration director encouraging more studentsto Scott housing center, NW Und
will be John A; Grubbs who held Join. The speakers were I ave. and 73rd et., Friday Dec. 5,
the position at Jacksonville. Paulette Martin, Herbert Jeffery, from 6 to 12 p.m. ,
Michalle Jones. There will be features
I many
Gov. Almond of Virginia pulled The Council made nut cups foi to assure a good time for every
down the Stars anr Stripes the .hospital to help enlightened one. There will be attractions ,
from Richmond's Capitol, then their Thanksgiving .
festivities.The which will thrill both children .
erected another flag'pole of student body gave Thanksgiving and adults. If you are one of
equal length so that the state baskets to the needy families those who enjoys good wholesome
flag might be on an equal and within the community. fun. You will be greatly
not flying below Old Glory. benefited by attending this gala
The primary department cele affair.
At Nassau, Bahamas, Atty. brated Its Thanksgiving programat
Randol Fawkes, MIlA charged Israel Bethel Baptist Church.
with making' seditious utterancesat The Intermediate celebrated its Sweet Papa Turner's ii\
an open air meeting on .August program at Triumph Chureh of
8 has been acquitted. God. Wife Dies

Vivian Blake, QC, barrister, The patrols have organized a
defended Mr. Fawkes in the Supreme Junior patrol from the fourth
Court.Shortstop I grades for the purpose of replac
'ing the sixth grades upon pro
Ernie Banks of the motion. S
Chicago Cubs has been named the $ -'
National League's Most Valuable Recently reappointed captain -
Player of 1958 by the Baseball and commanding officer Willie z 4
Bruce, a sixth grader for Mrs. :
Writers' Association of America
in eight National League cities Carry Hill's classroom The patrol
Willie Mays of the San Francis had its annual Thanksgiving .
co Giants was voted runnerupand dinner in the cafetorium as I IMrs. _
a unit and
were given refresh
Hank Aaaron of the Milwaukee -
Braves was third. Frank meats from Mr. Lieberman, who 4.1
supplied the with
county let
Thomas of the Pirates and Warren cream.
Spahn of the Braves received
143 and 108 points respec The patrol will begin Its Patrol j
tively. Mothers Club tho first week in
December for the purpose ot
Tropical Park opened for the sending the patrol to Washington
winter racing season on Thanks- in May. ,
giving Day. We are so happy to have our I
principal, Mrs. Elisabeth Espy Earsllne Sampson Turner
The campaign for voluntary Johnson, back with us after a I 62, 628 NW 11th St., died Wed-
closing of business places on short Illness.< I nesday night at her home. She In Fine Whiskey.. \' \
Sundays got a setback when Elizabeth E. Johnson, Prin. Is the wife of "Sweet Papa . '
some of the big business places Eleanor Moore, reporter Turner" star of the Cafe Society
pulled out because, competitors stage show where she also was FEISCHMANN'SIstheBlObuyl .
tailed to. Join the closing group B.T.W. HIGH SCHOOL an attraction. .

Mrs Anatol Rogers, wife of By Jessie Blue Funeral services will be held '
Dr. Kenneth Rogers of Nassau, Thursday, Nov. 21 is the date Monday afternoon, 2 p.m. at i.
is In Miami doing Christmas of the annual Thanksgiving Ebenezer Methodist Church with : .
shopping. While hgre:she is the Classic. The game will be playedat tb@ Hill-Manker Funeral Home
guest of theJi14.$'.": cave1lu. the Orange Bowl Stadium and directing.ASTHMATICS. < .
Dr. Rodgers (js.. cousin. of Mrs. the kickoff U at 11 a.m. Booker 90 PROOF Is why!I' .
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Scavella. 7- t.z.: Washington's, Tornadoes will
pit their strength against the
Some weeks ago we commended Northwestern Bulls This game
the men of Bethel AME between the two rival teams will Want simple,"effective relief BLENDED WHISKEY 00 PROOF 6B% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS'
Church when on Men's Day they be the last game of- the season from choking, racking bronchial THE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING, CORPORATION NEW YORK CITY .
raised $4,920* and they really for both schooli. asthma spasm/ ? Get gnu
deserved omm!' ndatlon.. Now the Ilreatbeaay! see what you
listen to this one. The women The last two games played by have been missing There's no
(you know how hey are) were the teams the Tornadoes madea substitute for original Breath MIDWAY PARK
better showing having !in 61
determined to surpass the men easy Inhalant and nebulizing set.
beaten the Bulls a slaughtering Get comfort breathing. Guar
on Woman's Day. How much did by
they raise $5,558.54. Marvelousis 346 and last year they foughtto anteed.J DRUGSTORE
a 1-1 tie. & J DRUG DKIT. STOIIB
the word. So Bethel raised
I The 106 piece Northwestern
$10,515.54 In less than three
months. CongratsPersonal I Band and 77 piece Booker T 2206 N.W. 62nd Street
Washington Band will present I
spectacular halt time show .'- WIN (OITOBITH CONBUMKllS) .
MentionMrs. So don't miss It. Game time 11 ACCURATELY ''I
a.m. at the Orange Bowl. : PRESCRIPTIONS mum

Janet Kerr of Nassau St., "Christmas Caroll,*' the play CASH PRIZES .
OUR
Nassau, Bahamas, who has been presented annually ,by the senior , USE
vacationing in the city for the Thespeans starts casting after Layaway For Christmas Gifts .
past three weeks as house guest the Thanksgiving holidays. The HEAR Free Drawing on Lionel Train Sefc
of Mrs. Maud Presood 1361 NW play wil be presented Dec. 19.
62nd Lane leaves for home Friday Some students who are trying ,. MONEY ORDERS PHONE NE 5.3022 .
afternoon via S3 Florida. for parts, are George Littles, WHO'STALKING
Mrs. Kerr is the mother of Geo. Henry Jefferson James Single-
Kerr, organist at St. Matthew tary, Barbara Williams, Jessie
Episcopal' Church. Blue, Blanch Saunders and mans
others. The play will be directedby
The Greater Miami Urban Leroy Washington and the
League announces job opportun cast will feature members of the I ON REOPENING TUESDAY
Ities for the following positions: senior Thespians .
The basketball team will be oft .-
Police officer, ramp clerk au to a roaring start when they -
Vomotlve mechanic, engineering meet Dillard High of Ft. Laud-
draftsman II, Engineering drafts erdale Dec. 20. FORMER STEAK KING I

For detail Information regarding .
the 'above jobs contact H.
Allen Wheatley Jr. of the Great! at 396 NW First St. or call FAT DADDY'SBARBCUE H

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE
Women
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1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-2376

10.SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 29, 1958 Musical TeaThe


Women's Division of the
of the Trans CHRISTMAS ITEMS Waste Baskets> ............. 69*
ST. JAMES BAPTIST WOMAN'S DAY Episcopal Church

figuration, sponsored a Musical Dolls ................ 3.49 4.08 Roasters ........, 1.10 ,& 3.98
BTU ................................ 5:30: pan Tea on Sunday afternoon, which
Evening Worship ............ 7:30: p.m. AT NEW HOPE proved a highlight of Opa Locka's Horns and Tea Seta Breakfast Sets -

Visitors always welcome social season. The occasion held Christmas Lights (1O pcs.) ............... 4.80 '
Sunday School.......... 9:30: am BAPTISTSunday in the beautiful home of Mr. and .
Morning Worship........ 11:00 aJn Mrs. David Sawyer, 15920 NW 79* to 3.49 FALL MEDICINES

323 N.W. 14th St. is expected to be a 18th placebegan in the early Holster Sets........ 98* ''7.50
Rev J. L. Johnson pastor Father John .... 75* & 1.35
afternoon and lasted for several
Sunday Services great day in our church in the Christmas Snow and

field of Christianity The wo hours. Several men and womenof Icicles ................ 10* 25* Swamp, Root .... 75* & 1.35
men of our church will be In prominence attended the col
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN
complete charge of the services orful affair. They were treatedto Plastic Juice' Sets ........ 60* Camera Sets ...: 4.08 0.95:
Rev. James E. Culmer pastor throughout the day due to the some of ,Miami's best literary
Eddie Edwards clerk fact that 'we will be observingour and musical talent. The principal

Sunday School............. 9:30: am third annual Woman's Day ,speaker for the occasion wild SHOP AT BARKLEY'S EVERY WEEK
Morning worship .." ........ 11:0. program.. There is a great pro Mrs. John E. Culmer wife of
Westminster Fellowship .... 6 pmt gram in store for everyone, so the Venerable Culmer of St. Where Prices Are Right

\ please come out and help the Agnes Episcopal (Church. Mrs.. 1201 N.W. 3rd Avenue
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYIrving women of our church to make Culmer brought timely and en

this day a great success and at couraging remarks to the gath We Deliver Call FR 3.9458 or FR 4-2376
Ooldsteis of Hollywood {the same time witness some fine ering. Atty G. E. Graves madea .
former chairman of public relations spiritual speaking and singing. short but brilliant talk. Fr. MaamiiMiiiaaiMuatM**IIItJIII NI suayu
in King's County N. ;11',
Jarrette Atkins vicar of St.
and commander of the Jewish Sister Willie Mae Denson is the ,
v Andrews St. and St.
War Veterans in Brooklyn, will chairman and Sister Willie Mae Christophers
speak at the Baha'l Center 13" Williams, the chairman with Patrick Episcopal Churches, offered OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
the invocation and the
NW 11th ave., 7:45: p.m. Sunday Sister Ruth Scott as secretary. !
Nov. 30. His subject will benediction. Mrs. Ruth Polite
They along with the other wo
narrated a colorful fashion show SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
be "Does Industrial Justice men ,of our church have done a..
and Stanley Sweeting of the Miami
Work. All Races and faiths are
cordially invited to attend. -- ... _" "', ,,_ Times did a masterful Job PSYCHIC READER
)-.' ''' as master of ceremony. A buffet
BETHANY BAPTIST setting of delicious hors d'oeu-
vres, hot coffee, a variety of
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3078 N.W. 45th St. I cake and other refreshments was Y 5k ,, iIf

Rev. Rudy Keaton pastor served.

Sunday School.......... 9:30: ajn. r Mrs. Albertha Johnson is president -
Morning Service ............ 111m. of the Women's group of

BTU ................................ 5:30: pm the Transfiguration and James E.
Evening Service ............ 7:30: pan a Lucas is lay_ reader. .
Prayer Service Thurs. 7:30: p.m.


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Sunday Nov: 30, has'been des
Ignated as "Mental Health Sun
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day" at the First Unitarian

Church, Dixie Highway at SW I,
29th Road. At 11 a.m. Dr. Syvl .
Marqult. local psychologist will t\ q .
be the guest speaker. ,
; Let my years of Experience guide and protect you through Life
The congregation! that Sunday
KKVy.M M a Lighthouse' guide.. the ship In a ctorm
will bring their gifts 'for distil

button to mental hospital pa. WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME
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tlents in South Florida throughthe .
For Success in Business
local Mental Health Society. C And Love

MSS GLORIA: -BRAYNON CONSULT HER -
Following the service, the
PTA of the church school will great Job in preparing for this You can now, have your home made happy

sponsor a luncheon. The program day and we would like to commend Get and Hold the position you so long wanted

will include two films entitled, them for their fine worksin Don't Stay in the rut get out now .

"Helping the child face the advance and sincerely wish for A By the help of, God she:can help you
don't" and "helping 'the child them a great and successful day, With increasing emphasis on
accept the do's." world power threatening ourpeace Remove' evil influence if ,
you are, sick, worried or i b
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Services will begin as usual and security the word of
A meeting of the Membership with Sunday School at 9:30 a.m 'Good will toward men," becomes troubleIt
Committee will be held at the then at 11 services Increasingly importantThe
our a.m. we .
church on Tuesday, Dec. 2, 8:15: will be honored with the morning I Worldwide'' Bible Reading will pay you to call and eee this Gifted Medium, First

p.m. and on Friday, Dec. 5, Com message being delivered by program with its theme "The Where thousands com yearly ,for help and advice you too can
munity Group No. 1 will have a Miss Gloria Brayson, a member Book That Lives," will be, reach': be touched by this string mysterious '
party at 8:15: p.m., at the homeof of the faculty of the Booker T. ing 'millions of people in flfty'di1ferent powerWHY
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Washngton High School, And at countries. Its sponsors,' GO THROUGH, LIFE UNHAPPY

Davidson, 374_ NB 96th St. the 7 p.m. services, Mrs. M.. L. the American Bible Society, in' The same:God, who,delivered Moses and the children of Israel
vite
again this 15th to
you year
GREATER NEW BETHELRev. Culver teacher at Maya High Join them. In so doing, you can) of old Is still alive today and will open a way for you throughthe
School, will speak. There will bea
part in this worthy effort to troubled seas of life. Let-not him thatle I blind lead you or
W. K. Smith, pastor great musical program featur strengthen the work of goodness' you, stumble with him. .
Ing some of the most outstanding
Mrs. R. Conley clerk throughout the world. The daily
choirs and gospel groups of readings-irom the Bible selectedby
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Do doubt the existence
you
of thing. because
Our annual Men's Day 'w a a the city. We extend as open Invitation numerous denominations,are you elnnot eee.
,observed Sunday with only men at all times to the entire listed below: T them

participating.in the.program. For public tp come, and worship with What do you think of the InvIsible waves and sounds that make .
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lour morning speaker, we were us. You, are ,always .welcome. 27 NOVEMBER Thanksgiving. Psalms 23:16, Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Televlelon possible

honored to have the esteemedRev' 28 .,........ ..Psalms 27:1-14, A seed before it sprouts lies concealed secret, silent In the dark
Dryant who is'pastoring in 29. .. ..........Psalms. '46:1-11 earth or womb of'Nature. THERE '18 AN "UNSEEN POWER"
West Palm Beach His subjectwas FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST SO Advent

."Man's Bed Too Short" Sunday ....Psalms 103:1.22,, .Therefore, acquaint y, o u r- Y '
,which was' taken from the 28th Rev, 'C. J. Burney' pastor self with' the 'one who is an I
chapter of Isaiah and the 20th Claudia Wilson reporterWe DECEMBER.
..chapter He emphasized that 1..... .;..'.Psalms 121:1-8' :authority.. Whose private '
when a man leaves God out of are thankful to God for 2... ...........Isaiah 40:1-31 ,consultation: will evolve' you I ,ice '
his life and lend not a helping another day filled with' the splr- 3... ...........Isaiah 63:1-12 :to higher: state of mind. t ,
hand to the It ,beginning with our; Sunday 4... ...........Isaiah 65:1-13
Is too abort.unfortunate his .bed School. The morning message l5..h........... Mlcah 6:6-15: ;)' All Information is
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I was delivered by our pastor, I 6..Matthew 6:1-16 ,
Radio station WMBM's amazing text, Isaiah i 63:17: "The Spiritof 7 Sunday....Matthew 6:17-48>,,
Gospel Blind Boy,. Joe Walker I Gratitude" The evening 8.............Matthew 6:1-15 Strictly Confidential p, X1,4
was the evening speaker. was delivered by a visItor 9............Matthew 6:16-341
The Gospel and You" his message 10...........Matthew 7:1.20,,, Office Hoar: B a.m.-a p.m.
M. 8. Smith text
subject he was Rev, 11...............Luke 10:142; Sunday: 10 ajn. to ''1 pra.
as declared that all .Job 11:1. "Hold Your Place and9pealt 12...............Luke 15:1-32'
Christians should have a gospel : When Your Time Comes X3..Luke 24:1-53'I Don't Write-Call in Person
,of their own that they might :Both messages were delivered 14 Universal Bible y

persuade. others to become followers "with much power and enjoyed. Sunday .. ...to .John 3:1-21 DAILY READING' |/.OO UP '
of .chrI8t.Considering. The No. 2 choir rendered morn 15..... .........John 3:22-36'I ",
the short 'period ng music and the No. 1 cjiolr 16.............John 14:1.14 20,, YEARS EXPERIENCE
-the men's day program was glv at evening service. 17.............Romane 8:1-39
"en.in,, ,which: to formulate it waseryi 18.......... .Romans 12:1-21 MADAM HUNTER;
., successful reaching its climax The No. three and junior ushers 19..1 Corinthians 13:1132O..EphedaDa

with a, total of $802.02."Bro.- were in charge of the day's 6:1-24 1657 N.W.
Charles:' Garey was named Kingof I ervicea To all of ,our visitors, 21 Sunday <..Phuippiana 4:1-23 73rd St. Miami

Greater New Bethel for raising you are welcome In our services. 22...............James 1:1-27
the highest:;amount of finance 4 Come again where will find 23..1 John 3:1-24
IOU 24...............John 1:1-18 '
,and, will reign for until i warm welcome awaiting .I
one year very
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Morning Judge 'ANNOUNCEDTALLAHASSEE
Sly Wlllam Henry Huff for ANI
+ a great pleasure for us to
New From Miami's 'Municipal Precinct Court A house Indeed Is just one thing hare news for theMiami According
JUDGE JOHN D. A home Is quite another Times this week. This being our to the Test Service Bureau' at
JOHNSON, Presiding How little can a mere house second school week, the studentsgot Florida A&M University, la-
By Elliott J. Pieze, Times Staff Writer bring off to lovely "start.. With the quires are being made by many

___ ...... v--"I ...... __ A father, child or motherA wonderful cooperation of Mr. persons as to :when and where
home Is where there's real and Mrs. Ceasor and the in- the Graduate Record Examina .

In accordance with a new rule John Hubert Reed, concord structors, the students have tions may be taken.
charged
established this week the max with sleeping -on public property And love and peace and union shown a lot of Interest and ,pro.gres. For those who need this 'Infor
imum number of cases listed for fined $0 or four days. Where wife"is queen and husband .. mation, ,the examinations may be
trial on any one day In' Munici- king The class organized its club on taken In the following centers in

pal court will not exceed 80. -- ........ ---- Both No matter live in where sweet communion on earth we Thursday University of 'last Alumni.week as Mrs.Ceasor's Florida Saturday, Jan. 17, 1959:
Somewhat disgusting was the
case of Mrs. Doreen -Thompsonof JESCA roam Lucille West was elected class Stetson University, Deland;
NEWS
The house is but the letter and is University of Florida.. Canines-
president
1461 NW 4th place, who was! doing a wonderful
charged with malicious mischiefIn --- ...... Ah, than the spirit of the home Job. The other officers. are villa, and Unversty of Miami
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the destruction of auto win. as follows: Coral Gables. They may also be
dow glasses valued at $15 the ANNUAL BAZAARThe Day Class: Mrs. Mary II. taken at each of these centers
Forget the mortar and the bricks Smith Saturday, Aprl 25. Other centers
secretary; Mrs. Alma
of Charles Johnson.
property Activity Committee The nails, the stone, and lumber
of tho Drown, financial secretary; Mrs. for April 25 will be Rollnsl COllege -
.Mrs. Thompson was also charged James E. Scott Community As- Forget; the clock that tox and Winter
Mamie L. Sharpton, treasurer. Park and University
'wU1 disorderly conduct
by sociation has set the date for its ticks of Tampa.
Night Class: Arthur
using profanity and with resist. all agency Bazaar for Friday, De. The cots whereupon you slumber Florence
president Mrs. Saunders
Shirley
; -
ing arrest. The series of Incidents cember 5, in the Scott Community The home Is made of none of The examinations may be take
secretary Mrs. Eura
occurred Sunday morning. Auditorium, 7200 NW 22nd theseIt Mathis, treasurer.; en at. either of the centers to be
ave., beginning at 4 p.m. Atty. knows no''tribulationsIt Our used to meet the requirements
Officer Nathaniel Mack, whowas instructors are Mrs. W.
> Henry Arrington shelters happiness aad ease for admission at any and all institutions
general chair
the arresting officer told the Starkey, Mrs. S. Collins, Mrs. A.
man of the Activity Commttteo On it all conversations Williams.Mrs. anywehre stipulating
court that Mrs. Thomuson
great has appointed Mrs. Maude Glassas Are hallowed with that tiling such conditions. Results will be
ed such'a scene that he had to Augustus Ceasor
called' love.A In
reported time
general bazaar chairman and to permit registration -
Pres. and Dus. Mgr,
force bn her to arrest her.
The use officer also told the court' Herbert. Munnlngs co!chalrman.Mrs. house is Just a dwellng place.TOOTHACHE Mrs. Ada Williams, reporter for the second semester.
Glass has
that Mrs. Thompson had broken sub'committees and appointed her Write directly to Educational
glasses In Johnson's car, in a fit Among chairmen. Testing Service, 20 Nassau St.,
some of the
of anger and had used a considerable booths that events and Bargain Beautiful Princeton, New Jersey, for application
will highlight ,;the
amount of vile profanity. forms. Registration for
Johnson supported the officer's booth bazaar needle will be the special gift Sf nUt to 20 .... So iff > Home ... the January 17 administration, .
craft and the
testimony. Judge Johnson fined office booths in addition to these post the Md RM ffi recoamwd) (tyPimU Large corner lot. City water, closes Jan. %2, 1969.
Mrs. Thompson $75 or 30 days. booths there will be fun and entertainment ten large trees, real cool 3-bed- \

Among other cases heard and for the entire family. -- Uipilna for tutklftf rooms. Carporte, separate living
disposed of were the following: I Mrs. Glass Is asking the general galas,Alto tjwfisfll fer dttfen bit room, dining room kitchen, utility R.TAYLORPRIVATE
public room. Use your lot as a down
to come out and help make
disorderly Jasper Howard conduct, by charged using with pro 1 I this bazaar a huge success. ,' ** A wet far ewy $5415153ORAuJRL* payment. 2395 BARONJE NW 68t St. DETECTIVE &

fanity, fined $10 or four days. TEENAGE TEA \ 8-1340 Open 3-5 p.m. INVESTIGATING BUREAU
Laurie Felder, charged with' -

failure to obey a traffic signal, The James E. Scott Commun 228 NW 14th St.
fined $15 or six days. Ity Association Is having Its an ,
Herman Thomas, charged with nual teenage membership tea MISS MARION WILLIAMS Phone FR 1.8229
assault and battery with handson Nov. 23 on the lawn of the Association !Miami Florida'
Bertha Thomas, fined >$50 or at 1133 NW 66th St. Formerly of The Famous Ward Singers
20 days. at 4 p.m. The program will include S
Jack Klnchen...charged with numbers rendered by the AND THE
assault and battery with handson Sub.Debs and Royal Knight NEVER CLOSE .
Geraldine Wright. fined $50 Club of the agency The president FAMOUS CONSOLERS SINGERSWILL Civil > Criminal Domestic
or 20 days. of the Student Council of Personal Confidential Private
Helennia Swift, charged with Northwestern Senior High will PRESENT THER. Missing Persons FoundInvestigattons
being a vagrant, sentenced to 15 be the speaker. The purpose of
days, sentence to be suspended the tea Is to Introduce to the We specialize In Skip.Tracing
upon presentation o| proof of teenage community the servicesIn Annual Homecoming ProgramOn and Recovery of: Automobile and
employment.Annie which the Royal Knights and l&inlnment.
Mae Danks, charged Sub Debs rendere to the com Sunday December 7th 24 hour service day or night
with disorderly conduct by using munity and the benefits In Notarized affidavits and report on
profanity and creating a disturbance which the members themselves 3:00 p.m. request. We are bonded to the
fined $5 or six days. receive as active members of State of Florida. No job too largo
William Battle, charged with these clubs. ,Dade County Auditorium or too small. IMl
disorderly conduct by steeping
on private property, fined $10 or We urge you to make this date Special guests will be "King of the Gospel Singers"
four days.Thomas. a'must on your calendar not only BRO. JOE MAY
Johnson .charged with for the community benefit, but
reckless display of, a dangerous for yourself, educational and The "Stars of Faith, formerly the Ward Singers" FOR SALE '

weapon, and with assault and recreational benefit.HARLEM Madam Edna Gollman Cooke, and the Singing Sons

battery with a .22 revolver on BY SUMMONS
L. C. People, dismissed on the Adm. $1.25 Advance $1.50 at Door
first charge, fined $50 or 20 SQUARE l-btdroom, 1 bath horns, beautifully
days on the second SWEET SHOP Doors will open at 1:30 p.m. Tickets_ at usual places landaeaped. NW 60th 8t
J. W. Boykins. charged with i Do Very fine neighborhood.
assault and battery with a rock A FULL LINE OP GROCERIES. PRICE $11,000
fined' $75 or 30 days. $1500 down-Bslsnes Ilk. rent
Herbert Owen, charged with COLD CUTS COSMETICS

assault and battery on Elsie 208 N.W. 10th Street Btsutlful 2.b.droom horns on
Keys, fined $50 or 20 days. corner lot In beautiful 'Orchard
Villa section. Near schools inn
: transportation. City water streetlight

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2-bedroom stucco home on NW
The Largest Organization of 74th Terr. Wear school' and trans
we can't fix it in your'home portatlon. Pull price ,t7.t50.

its Kind in The South Serving, $760 down $65' month

9 a.m. to 9 p.mv-Sunday 10 to 3 j. .
Colored People"For 2>b.drooM stucco horns near
NW 71et at Prlc. $7,960. .
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J.I't 1 I.; I \' Sunday School................ 9:45: am, MASSESDaily _
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Transfiguration WHERE QUALITY LIES

I THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" Women Sponsor
1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-2376

PAGE 10.SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 29, 1958 Musical TeaThe


Women's Division of the CHRISTMAS ITEMS Waste Baskets .......,..... 60*
ST. JAMES BAPTIST WOMAN'S DAY Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration -

sponsored a Musical Dolls ............... 3.40 4.08 Roasters ........, 1.10 ,& 3.08
DTU ................................ 5.30: p.m. Tea on Sunday afternoon, which )
Evening Worship ........... 7:30 pan: AT NEW HOPE proved a highlight of Opa Locka's Horns and Tea Sets Breakfast Sets .

Visitors always welcome social season. The occasion heldIn Christmas Lights (le pcs.) ................ 4.KO
Sunday School........... 9:30: a.m. BAPTISTSunday the beautiful home of Mr. and .
79 to 3.49
Morning Worship,........ 12:00 ajn Mrs. David Sawyer, 15920 NW FALL MEDICINES
323 N.W. 14th St. In the early Holster Sets....... 08* '7.50
is expected to be a 18th place began
Rev. J L. Johnson, pastor Father John .... 75* & 1.35:
Sunday< Services great day in our church In the' afternoon and lasted for several Christmas Snow and

field of Christianity. The women hours. Several men and womenof Icicles ................ 10* 25* Swamp, Root .... 75* & 1.35
of our church will be incomplete prominence attended the colorful -
GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. charge of the services affair. They were treatedto Plastic Juice' Sets ........ 60* Camera Sets ....' 4.08 0.05
James E. Culmer, pastor throughout 'the day due to the some of ,Miami's best literary;
Eddie Edwards, clerk fact that 'we will be observingour and musical talent. The princi

Sunday School ,............. 9:30: am third annual Woman's Day pal!,speaker for the occasion wrf SHOP AT BARKLEY'S EVERY WEEK .
Morning worship .... ........ 11:0(1: program.. There is a great pro- Mrs. John E. Culmer, wife of
Westminster Fellowship .... 8 pjm gram in store for everyone, so the'' Venerable Culmer of St. Where Prices,Are Right
\ please come out and help the Agnes Episcopal (Church. Mrs. 1201 N.W. 3rd Avenue
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYIrving women of our church to make Culmer brought timely and encouraging .
this day a great success and at remarks to the gath, We Deliver 'Call FR 3-9458 or FR 4-2376
Qoldsteis of Hollywood, {the same time witness some fine erlng. Atty. G. E. Graves madea .
former chairman of public relations spiritual speaking and singing. short but brilliant talk. Fr. ,.a IIItJ1 "' ''''''''
in King's County N. [Y. :
vicar of St.
Jarrette Atkins,
and commander of the Jewish Sister Willie Mae Denson is the
Andrews Christophers and SIPatricks .
St.
War Veterans In Brooklyn, will chairman and Sister Willie Mae .
speak at the Baha'i Center, 137 Williams, the chairman with the Episcopal invocation Churches and, the offered OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
NW 11th ave., 7:45 p.m. Sunday Sister Ruth Scott as secretary.
benediction. !Mrs Ruth Polite
Nov. 30. His subject will They along with the other
women -
be "Does Industrial Justice narrated a colorful fashion show SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
,of our church have; done a .
Work." All Races and faiths are and Stanley Sweeting of the Miami ; PSYCHIC READER

cordially Invited to attend. > '- .:' w -I,, Times did a masterful jobas
master of ceremony. A buffet

BETHANY BAPTIST; setting of delicious hors d'oeu-
vres, hot coffee, a variety of
3078 N.W. 46th St. cake and other refreshments was

:Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor served. -
Sunday School......... 9:30: am Mrs. Albertha Johnson Is pres
Morning Service ........... 11 am. Ident of the Women's group of

BTU ............................... 5:30 pm the Transfiguration and James- E
Evening Service ............ 7:30: pjn Lucas is lay reader. .
Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30 p.m.
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FIRST UNITARIAN

Sunday, Nov.: 30, has' been des
ignated as "Mental Health Sun
f.With ,
day" at the First Unitarian
Church, Dixie Highway at SW
29th Road. At 11 am. Dr. Syvll

Marquit, local psychologist, will

be the guest speaker K Let my years of Experience. fluid and protect you through Life

The congregation, that Sunday. M a Lighthouse_ guides. the ship, In a ctorm
will bring their gifts for distribution

to mental hospital pa WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME

tients in South Florida, throughthe 1Mi-. For Success in Business And Love .
local Mental Health Society.
MISS: GLORIA JJRAYNON CONSULT HER -
Following the service, the
0 You can now have your home made happy
school
PTA of the church will great in for
job preparing this
sponsor a luncheon. The program day and we would like to com 0 Get and Hold the position you so long wanted

will include two films entitled, mend them for their fine works I 0 Don't Stay in the rut get out now .

"Helping the, child face the In advance and sincerely wish for II I e By the.help' of, God she:can,help you
'the
child
don't" a.nd "helping
them a great and successful day increasing emphasis on
accept the do's." world power threatening ourpeace Remove_ .evilinfJuen.ce, if you are, sick, worried or in
Services will begin as usual and security, the word of'Good troubleIt
A meeting of the 'Membership with Sunday School at 9:30: aim will toward men," becomes '
Committee ,will be held at the
then at our 11 am. services we increasingly important. will to call.. and this
pay you see Glft.dMedlum
church Dec. 2 8:15 First
on Tuesday : will be honored with the morn- The Worldwide Bible Reading ,
p.m. and on Friday, Dec. 6, Com Ing message being delivered by program with its theme "The Whore thousand come yearly ,for help and advice, you too can
munity Group No. 1 will have a Miss Gloria Brayson, a member Book That Lives," will be reaching .; be touched by this string mysterious power
party at 8:16 p.m., at the homeof of the faculty of the Booker T, millions Of people in fifty'
Mr. and Mrs. George' M. Washngton High School. And at different countries Its sponsors, WHY, GO THROUGH I LIFE UNHAPPY

Davidson, 3r.NE 96th St. the 7 p.m. services, Mrs. M. L. the American Bible Society, invite The Mint,God, who delivered Most and the children of Israelof
this 15th to
Culver, teacher''at Maya High you again year old I I. still alive today and will for
open a
GREATER NEW BETHELRev. Join them. In so doing, you cans i way you throughthe
School, will speak. There will boa be a part in this worthy effort to troubled tea of life. Let not him that I I. blind lead you or

W. K. Smith, pastor great musical program featuring strengthen the work of goodness'' you, stumble with him.! '
some of the most outstanding
Mrs. R. Conley, clerk throughout the world. The dally
,, choirs and gospel groups of read.iDpirom the Bible selected' L>o you&; doubt the existence of thing because cannot
Our..annual Men's Day 'was the city; We extend as open Invitation by numerous denominations,,-are' you see
,observed Sunday with only men at all times to the entire listed below: them
participating the program. Fox public tp come and worship withus. What do you think of the Invisible! wave and sounds that mike
'
You are always welcome NOVEMBER Wireless, Telephone Radio and Television 1
our morning speaker, we were ,< 27 Thanksgiving Psalms 23:1.6 possible

honored to have the esteemed 28..... .. .....Psalms 27:1.14 A seed ,before. It sprouts. lies concealed, secret, silent In the dark
Rev. Bryant who is'pastoring In 29............Psalms .46:1-11 earth or womb of Nature.. THERE IS AN "UNSEEN POWER"Therefor
Palm Beach. His subject
West
< FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST
80 Advent
.. .
was "Man's Bed Too Short' ,," .., Sunday ...Palma 103:1-22, acquaint y o u,r- ,t
which was taken from the 28th Rev.. 'C_ J. Burney'' pastor self with' the one who is an E
,chapter of Isaiah and the 20th Claudia Wilson reporterWe 'DECEMBER
'
Whose ,
authority. private w
ri
He emphasized that l..P a1ma 121:1-8 ,
chapter.when a man leaves God out of are' thankful to God' for ,, 2............. Isaiah 40:1.31 ,consultation will evolve you fJ t '
his life and lend not a helping another day filled with the spirit 3.............Isaiah 63:1-12 to a: higher state of mind. lJAlllnformationia
hand the ,beginning'wIth, .our, Sunday 4........... ...Isaiah 65:1.13
to unfortunate his bed,1s
School. The morning message 6..).... .......Micah 6:6-15 i'
I too short. was delivered by' our pastor, I 6.............Matthew 6:1-16 '"
Radio station WMBM's auras text, Isaiah l 63:17, "The Spiritof 7 Sunday....Matthew 6:17-18 :
Ing Gospel Blind Boy, Joe Walker Gratitude." The evening 8............Matthew 6:1.15 Strictly Confidential ,,4, At
9........... ,Matthew 6:16-34 '
was the evening speaker.. Was delivered by a visitor : '
"The Gospel and You" his message 10............Matthew 7:1-20 Office Hours: 9 a.m.-a p.m.
was Rev. M. S. Smith text
,
he declared 11..............Luke 10:1-42, Sunday: 10 un. to 1 pjn
'subject as that all Job 11:1 "Hold Your :Place and 12..............Luke 15:1-32
Christians should have a gospelof Speak When Your Time Comes. ft......... .. .. Luke 24:1-63 Don't Write-Call in Person ';
their own that they might Roth: messages were delivered 14 Universal Bible
persuade others to become: followers ,with much power and enjoyed. Sunday ....... .John 3:1.21 DAILY' READING' $1.00 UP

.. Christ.. :The No. 2 choir rendered morning 16.............John 3:2236
Considering the short period music and the No. 1 choir 16............ .John 14:1.14 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE,
--the men's day program was glv at evening service. 17..Roman.a 8:1.39
fen ,In ,which to formulate, it was 18......... ...Romans 12:1.21 MADAM HUNTER
Veryv successful reaching Its climax The No. three and junior ushers 19..1 Corinthians 13:1-13 ,

with a, total of '1802,02. Bro. were' in charge of the day'sservices. 20..E ph ec1ans 6:1-24 1657 N.W. 73rd St. Miami
Charles;' Garey was named King To all of our: visitors, 21 Sunday .Phuippians .c:1.23
22..THr........James 1:1.27
ry of Greater New Bethel for raising you are welcome in our services.
John 3:1-24
the highest amount of finance Come again where will find 23..1 .
you 24................Jadn,1:1.18 1 t
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Good Morning Judge HOME CosmetologyIt's
Ky Wlllftm Henry Huff for ANI--
a great pleasure for us to
I New From Miami's 'Municipal Precinct Court A house Indeed Is just one tiling hare news for theMiami TALLAHASSEE Accordingto I'
JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON A home Is quite another Times this week. This being our the Test Service Bureau at ..
Presiding How Uttle can a. mere house secondschool week, the studentsgot Florida A AM University, in
By Elliott J. Pieze, Times Staff Writer bring off to lovely ttart., With the quires are being made by many ;

...-... ..-.... .-..... - .-..... ...... "" .... .. . A father, child or motherA wonderful cooperation of Mr. persons as to when and where
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home Li where there's real and Mrs. Ceasor and the In- the Graduate Record Examina .

In accordance with a new rule John Hubert Reed, concord structors, the students have lions may be taken.
charged
established this week the max with sleepingon public property And love and peace and union shown a lot of interest and ,pro For those who need this 'Infor
Imum number of cases listed for fined $0 or four days.JESCA Where wife la queen and husband! gress. oration, ,the examinations may be
trial on any one day in Munici- king The class organized Its club' on taken In the following centers in
Both
pal court will not exceed 80. ..- ...-u-... _____ matter live in where sweet communionNo on earth we Thursday of last week as Ceasores Florida Saturday, Jan. 17, 1959:
University Alumni. Mrs.
Somewhat disgusting was the
case of Mrs. Doreen -Thompson NEWS roam Lucille West was elected class Stetson University, Deland;
The house is but the letter president and Is University of Florida,., Ganlnesvllle -
of 1461 NW 4th place, who was doing a wonderful -

charged with malicious mischiefin --.... .... ""-" .... ...."'-AO .... ......... There Ah, than can the.be spirit nothing of better.the home job. The other officers. are and Unversty of Miami,
the destruction of auto win as follows: Coral Gables. They may also be
dow glasses valued at J15 the ANNUAL BAZAAR Day Class: Mrs. Mary II. taken at each of these centers
Forget the mortar and the bricks
Smith, secretary; Mrs. Alma Saturday, Aprl 25. Other centers
property .of Charles Johnson.
The Activity Committee The nails the stone and lumber
,
of tho Drown, financial secretary Mrs. for April 26 will be Rollnsl Col
Mrs. Thompson was also charged ;
;
James E. Scott the clock that
Forget tox and
Community As lege Winter
Park
'wtl disorderly conduct Mamie L. Sharpton, treasurer. and University
by
sociation has set the date for Its ticks of
Night Class Arthur Tampa.
using profanity and with resisting I all The : Florence,
agency Bazaar for Friday, December cots whereupon you slumber president Mrs.
; Shirley Saun-
arrest. The series of incidents 6, in the Scott Community ; The home Is made of none of ders, secretary Mrs. Eura The examinations may be take
;
occurred Sunday morning. Auditorium, 7200 NW 22nd I theseIt Mathis, treasurer. en at either of the centers to be

Officer Nathaniel Mackr whowas ave., beginning at 4 p.m. Atty. knows no 'tribulations Our instructors are Mrs. W. used to meet the requirements
Henry Arrington It shelters happiness and ease for admission at and all institutions

general chair any
the arresting officer told the Starkey, Mrs. S. Collins, Mrs. A.
court that Mrs. Thomuson man of the Activity Committee On it all conversationsAre Williams.Mrs. anywehre stipulating
creat-
has appointed Mrs. Maude Glassas hallowed with that tiling such conditions. Results will be
.
ed such'a scene that he had to Augustus Ceasor,
general bazaar chairman and called love.A Pres. reported in time to permit registration
and Dus.
force on her to arrest her. Mgr.
use
Herbert Munnlngs co-chairman.- house is just a dwellng place.TOOTHACHE for the second semester.
Mrs. Ada Williams
The officer also told the court reporter
Mrs. Glass has .
that Mrs. Thompson had broken subcommittees appointed her Write directly to Educational
and
glasses in Johnson's car, in a fit Among chairmen. Testing Service, 20 Nassau St.,
some of the
of anger and had used a considerable booths that will highlight events and Bargain Beautiful Princeton, New Jersey, for application
the
:
amount of
vile profanity. forms. Registration for
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bazaar
Johnson supported the officer's booth will be the special gift Sff roller to 20 tecmfe So iftfr Home the ,January" .17 administration' .
needle craft and the
testimony. Judge Johnson fined office booths in addition to these post the Md nM tft recouBMM ((9Jirants1 Large corner lot. City water, closes Jan. .2, 19 59.
Mrs. Thompson 175 or 30 days. booths there will be fun and entertainment ten large trees, real cool 3-fced- \

Among other cases heard and for the entire family. Uimtoi for tutll&f.r rooms. Carporte, separate living I.
disposed of were the following: Mrs. Glade is asking the general pita,Alto ueiBmtfer t deafen M- room, dining room, kitchen, utility R.TAYLORPRIVATE
public to room. Use your lot ,is a down I
Howard come out and help make
Jasper charged with
disorderly conduct, by using ,pro this bazaar a huge success. ,tiUew. A mut fer iwty w8& payment. 2395 BARON NW 68t St. DETECTIVE &

fanity, fined $10 or four days. TEENAGE TEA \ ORA-JBL_ JE 8-1340 Open 3-5 p.m. INVESTIGATING BUREAU
Laurie Felder, charged with

failure to obey a traffic signal The James E. Scott Community I 228 NW 14th St.
fined $15 or six days. Association is having Its annual .
Herman Thomas, charged with teenage membership tea MISS MARION WILLIAMS Phone FR 1.8229
assault and battery with handson Nov. 23 on the lawn of the Association Miami, Florid
Bertha 'Thomas, fined $50 or at 1133 NW 66th St. Formerly of The Famous Ward Singers

20 days. at 4 p.m. The program will Include .
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Jack Klncb.en. charged with numbers rendered_ by the AND THE
assault and battery with handson Sub.Debs and Royal Knights NEVER CLOSE .
Geraldine Wright. fined $50 Club of the agency The president FAMOUS CONSOLERS SINGERSWILL Civil Criminal Domestic
or 20 days. of the Student Council of Personal Confidential Private
Helennia Swift, charged with Northwestern Senior High will PRESENT THER Missing Person FoundInvestigations
being a vagrant, sentenced to 16 be the speaker. The purpose of
days, sentence to be suspended the tea is to Introduce to the We specialise In SkipTracingand
upon presentation of proof of teenage community the servicesIn Annual Homecoming; Program Recovery of Automobile and

employment.Annie which the Royal Knights and ]&]ul|>mrnt.
Mae Banks, charged Sub.Debs rendere to the com On Sunday December 7th 21 hour service day or night
with disorderly conduct by using munlty and the benefits in Notarized affidavits and repeat on
profanity and creating a disturbance which the members themselves 3:00 p.m. rcqurat. We are bonded to the
fined $5 or six days. receive as active members of State of Florid No Job too largeor
William Battle, charged with these clubs. Dade County AuditoriumSpecial too small. DO
disorderly conduct by steeping
on private property, fined $10 or We urge you to make this date guests will be "King of the Gospel Singers"
four days.Thomas.' 'must on your calendar not only BRO. JOE MAY
Johnson with for the community benefit, but
.charged
The "Stars of Faith the Ward Singers" FOR SALE I
reckless display of, a dangerous for yourself, educational and formerly
weapon, and with assault and recreational benefit.HARLEM Madam Edna Gollman Cooke, and the Singing Sons

battery with a .22 revolver on BY SUMMONS
L. C. People,' dismissed on the Adm. $1.25 Advance $1.50 at Door
first charge, fined $50 or 20 SQUARE 3-bedroom, 1 bath' home, bautl
days on the second.J. SWEET SHOPA Doors will open at 1 30 p.m. Tickets at usual placesD6 fully landscaped. NW 00th 8t.
W. Boyklns, charged with Vary fine neighborhood.
assault and battery with a rock FULL LINI OP QROCCRlia. PRICE $11,000
fined' $75 or 30 days $1600 down-Balance like rent
Herbert Owen, charged with COLD CUTS COSMETICS

assault and battery on Elsie 208 N.W. 10th Strut Beautiful 2>bedroom home on
Keys, fined $50 or 20 days. corner lot In beautiful Orchard
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"Live ;Classroom" 'Project' at, Douglas Proves a Big Success Attend
Zetas ; Sorority
Hundreds of parents and other
interested citizens of this community THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' New.p per"
delight'after :
expressed '
viewing the first graders in ac PAGE 12 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1958 Regional in AtlantaRepresenting
tion In their typical classroom
setting that was held daily in the --
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window of the Atlantic Beta Tau Zeta
display ,
and 12:30 2:00: pm. The art and resource teachers which, .
Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority
Furniture Co during the obser. I
,
session.
and music consultants played served as the Planning Committee '
Inc. at the Southeastern
,
of American Education
vance
National officers will be on
.
\ Important roles in assisting the for all activities during Regional Mrs. Marian H.
are
Week.
hand to lend greater impetus to
teachers. American Education Week at
Al a part of the activities The week's activities culrnl. Douglas, Include 0. Williams, L. Mrs.Shannon Evelyn, S.regional Williams secretary and Mrs.; the outstanding program of the
scheduled during the week, the nated with Open House which' McQueen, I. Salters, J. Patten Ruth N. Polite, chapter dele Southeastern Grand Baslleus.
Douglas Elementary School included a Science Fair, and E. Butler, E. Klmbro, L. Eve, Deborah Partridge and other national -
family participated in ,a "live gates. officers will make a spec
program centered around the chairman of the Council, A. Williams
classroom" project. week's theme, "Report Card A. Crawford A. DeLancy, Amkae Susan Harris, Maydell ial report to the group on their
First grade classes were con U S: A." V, Bryant, R. Sutton, Mrs. C. Braynon and Albertha Carey are extensive' trip on the continent,
ducted by three first grade I I The Curriculum Council, composed Clark, principal and Mr. M. also attending' the special Regional and the extension of Zeta. to. far
teachers from 9:30: 11:30 a.m. of grade group chairmen, Doles, curriculum assistant. Section. for Amid at this con flung horizons

.,. ,., fab.
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Epsilon Zeta Chapter of Atlanta gram include special greetings
( { 1 V Ga., Belft, Chapter' of.Mfrrla from fellow Greeks, local Regional
u a 1 I Brown Colfege and Psi Chapter Marshall, undergraduate
of Clark College will be hostesses -
"p. :l Zetas Amlcae, Sigma Shadowsand
for the Regional Conference social events' planned by the
Nov. 28-29. local Mrs. Grace W
: chapters. ,
:; i Headquarters and business sessions Phillips, regional director, will:
will be held at the Walu- give the opening message. Other
haje Hotel on West Laye Ave, speakers and workshop directors
t*I111J I NW.The include Barbara James,, 3rd an
1 theme is "StrengtheningOur I tlbasileus; Bettye S. Turner, 1st
k TJ'
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I r I' w ; Forces For Equal Responsibilities anti-baslleus; Mildred Boone, 2nd .
and Opportunities in ,The anti.baslleus and Madge Harper .
Space Age." member of the trustee board.
Mrs. Inez Foster is basileus of
Mrs. Grace Walker
: Phillips,
regional director Clark College; the local chapter.Refresher .
Mrs. Anita Stripling I associate
t director Savannah, Oa; Mrs. CourseTo
Irene Matthews, assoclatu director
Fla. A&M University; Mrs. Start atNorthwestern
Marian Shannon, grammateus,
Booker T. Washington High
School, Miami; Mrs. Olive Wil'
Hams, director of Amlcae 'organization ' The, evening high school an
Pensacol, and Mrs. Susie nounces the beginning of the Re
Simmons, projectdirector, fresher Course in business education -
Charleston, S. C., will be presentto on Monday, Dec. 1 at 5:30
assure an inspirational as p,iru This course will be taughtby
well l 'as informational regional Mrs. Dorothy Edwards, and
classes will be held each Mon.
. Mrst-Berpice: Austin and her first grade class engaged in reading: activities. day and Wednesday from 5:30: to .
The pictures above 'depIct 8:30: p.m.
some of the activities that 1 were 'Registration continue thru
carried 6n during. the week Monday, Dec' 1

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hats, gloves, dress materials, simplicity patterns,
money orders sold every' day-Mon. thru JVL 7:45: un. till 7:15

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Solomon Tennant THE MIAMI TIMES The Peoples' Newspaper"

MEMORIALS Dies Here I SATURDAY; NOVEMBER 29, 1958 PAGE'i3

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:' i CARD OF THANKS CARD 'OF THANKSThe ber Solomon 21 at 5 Tennant: 40 p.m.died in Jackson Novem Artis Parks Dies of death Dunbar,.he Elementary was head custodian School. at

Memorial Hospital following a Heart AttackArtis lIe was a.member of the Trinity
family of the late The family of the late, long period of illness. The late
and
CME Church, the Masons,
Mil. CLIFFORD FORD WILLIAM E. HEPBURNwish Mr. Tennant, whose address was Parks, father of police the Knights of Pythias, .
among
Who died Nov. 15, wishes to to thank their many friends 1107A NW 68th St., leaves a de- officer! "Bill" Parks, died on last the groups with which he work
thank the many friends and for cards, florals, telegramis and voted wjto; Mrs' \\rdelle Ten Friday morning Nov. 21 of a ed. He served as organiser .and
neighbors, the names of each be- other tokens of ,sympathy during nanf, a son and daughter, moth. heart attack at his residence, chancellor of Orange Blossom
jug too numerous to mention' In. their bereavement. Special er, two sisters and two brothers. 3194 NW 49th st. Mr. Parks a Lodge No. J6 of the Knights of
dividually, for the cards: tele- thanks to the pastor and all the Funeral and burial were held in native pf Worthy County, Ga., Pythias in Brownsville. -
gums flowers and other auxiliaries of Temple Baptist St. Augustine. was born Oct. 12, 1902, lie spent Knights of, Pythias rites were
thoughtfulness and kindness during Church, the pastor and choirs of his childhood and attended conducted at the Frances Funeral
their hour of bereavem'ent.To St Matthew's Baptist Church and school in Tlfton Ga., where he Home on Tuesday night. Funeral .
Mt. Olivette Baptist Church tfie M. S. Allen Funeral Home. Alonza Francis also became a member of the services were held at 1 p.m.
and the pastor, Rev I. C. Mick- Mrs. Clotilda Hepburn, wife Christian Methodist Church. On on Wednesday at Trinity Church
ius. We are 'moat grateful, andto And Family Funeral Home OpensThe June 18, 1923, he married Miss with Rev A. H. Harris' officiat
the House of Albert: for cour Leola Barrett. The followingyear ing. Members of the Pythlaaa

teous and sympathetic service. Alonza Francjs Funeral the Parks came to Florida, served as Pall Bearers. Intermentwas
May God's blessings bei upon you. IN MEMORIAM Home located at 236 NW 7th St., spending a short period of timeIn in .Evergreen Cemetery.
Mrs. Leola Ford, ;wife Tampa before coming to MI-
\ announces its opening to servo Mr. Parka is survived by his
In loving memory of our dear the greater Miami metropolitanarea. ami to establish a home. lIe was wife, four eons, Artis Jr., Harmon .
mother, the father of four sons. William and Fred; nine
CARD OF THANKSThe MRS. RUTH (Mother) WOOD Mr.., Parks, a veteran Long grandchildren, four brothers,
who departed this life Nov. 27, Alonza Francis Funeral Home, shoreman, had been employedfor Clarence, Woodrow, Walter and
family of, the late I 1946. a new business, is based on the the past several years by the H. B.; and also by a large number -
JANE THOMASwho background of Alonza Francis' Dade County Board of Public In of relatives and a host of
departed this life Oct. 24, Though Her years have passed, professional embalming experience struction. At the time of his friends.
memory lingers still.:
1958 wishes to thank its friends of over 7 years. Francis is
There'
is safe
a and sacred place pledged to give the people of .
and neighbors for cards, ,flowers Beneath the divine
wJngs ,
greater Miami sympathetic, efficient i
received
and telegrams during Reserved
for Hall the heirs of
courteous; dignified and
her Illness and death. Special '
I grace, -w' economical DR. A. H. SHIFRIN ,'.
service. Its
spacious ,
thanks to Rev. S. A. Cousin and 0, be that refuge mine.A .
modernized chapel and slumber
members of Greater Bethel AME t.
Francis Funeral I' room are designed to' inspire PHYSICIAN AND'SUltfEON
Church, and the hand almighty to defend
,
reverence solemnity, and com
Home staff for efficient services
An ear for every call; fort.
vices. An honored life, a peaceful end ANNOUNCES T1IM OPKNINQ OF '
Miss Ida Thomas, daughterMrs. And heaven to crown It all. Mrs. Evelyn Boggs Evans and

Catherine; Donaldson, The Family Dr. J. Milton Smith, business as HIS OFFICIO FOR< flKNKKAIj l'HMrfICIC AT
daughter sociates of Alonza Francis Funeral

Jacqueline, Grace and CARD OF THANKS Home, and Mrs. Elizabeth E. ,1524 N.W. 62nd Street, OX 1-1971
grandchildren
Jerome, I Johnsn, business' manager, and
staff join in extendig their fa N29! .
The wife and family ofMR
IN MEMORIAMIn I I ditties and services In time of

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loving memory and of our dear -SS I A lIR m\7M.11m ImlIR ZIKl 1IZ\ 1IK1.1: __".n..,,.\..a.v_...--_\-'__-._._,-,_,_._.--_.-...-._.....u_,._,-_-f..--_--_
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all of their friends for cards, T I
MRS ELIZA JANE RAHMING telegrams, floral contributions ...... L ;1 .
who passed away Nov. 30, 1957
and other kindnesses in their ,.
Rest on dear heart we love '
of bereavement.
hour
you but God loves you best. :1.

Jannle Jackson, mother Special thanks to Revs. S. 'A. .:
Bernlce Carter, sister Cousin and Taylor of Bethel r. ,
Josebelle Trody, liter AME Church; the Richardson
John Rahming, husband Mortuary for sympathetic ser-
Ernest Rahming, eon vices.
Nieces and nephews Helena Harvin, wife
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IN MEMORIAMIn
DEATHSRa

memory of our 'dear bus-
band and brother.

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b \. NW Solomon 68th St.Tennant, died at tJt Jackson 1I07A S ;i I
ii1Bedroom
y't i9 Memorial Hospital on NOT 21,
following an., extended period ol
Illness. He 1 i. survived by his

.widow, Ardelle, 1 eon, his moth'
er and other relatives.: He was 48 Units

shipped on Thursday to St. Augustine .
where, final rites and

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Mrs. Susie Mayes! of 901 NW Beautifully Landscaped Large Spacious Rooms'

66th st., was pronounced dead on
arrival at Jackson Memorial o All Ground Floor BuildingsJUST
Hospital on Nov. 22. She Is survived -

by two sisters, a niece. Lo-
cal services will be conducted on THE THING FOR BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL PEOPLE
Friday, Nov. 28 at 4 p.m. at St. .
James AME Church She will WHO WANT QUIET AND GRACIOUS LIVINGA

thereafter be shipped to prlttoa,

c:., """ : Fla. where final rites and burial SELECT COMMUNITY ',;
will be conducted. / : '
MR. MOSES CLEARE
who departed this life on Nov. Alex McCall of 172J NW 70th SORRY NO CHILDREN .

24. 1956. Gone, but not forgot .t., died at Jackson Hospital on

ten. Nov 28,He is survived by his INFORMATION . .
FURTHER
Mrs. Bernice Cleare, wife widow, Myrtle, a son, Ricky;. his FOR
Mr. Rufus Cleare, brother father. Vincent; four sister and

Mrs. Mae Cleare, eieter,In-law, two brothers. Funeral services PL 78151CARDS :
will be conducted Monday Dee. NE 5-7408 or
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1 at Mt. Calvary Baptist Church
with neT E. M. Thomas officiating. 5

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GREATER BETHEL A.M.E. CORINTH! BAPTIST Seaboard Medical Center I '
_ Dave (Swing) Bondu's com --
: I IiI Meets every 2nd and 4th Sunday ments about working conditions
I at ML Olive Primitive Baptist and poaslbllttes for advancementto ALSO DENTAL SERVICE
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Church. better Jobs are sad but true. i .
Sunday School....................... 930: In the constructor line, which Is
!
Morning worship _.._._.. lliSC
one of Miami's biggest IndusttJes
Evening Service _.._..._.. ':30 I have seen Injustices. One in 2188 N.W. 7th, Ave. Phone FR 3.2691

4'o I Rev W. T. Thomas pastor particular concerns block ma i (Next to Seaboard Railway) .
and successful gospel p achtr. sons. It is true that the union
directs contractors to Use Negro'
TRINITY WESLEYANRev. masons in the Negro sections,

George E. Johnson, pastor but the contractors try to get .
Andrews around this edict by claiming
Mrs. Phyllis reporter ,
Sunday School .................. 9 ajn. poor workmanship and an un
I Morning worship .................... 11OC: willingness to work. I have seen
Young People's Meeting 5 p.m. these same traits in White masons NOW'OPENED UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
so If it is true, it is a mat
FLAMINGO. SNACK SHOP
THE INCARNATION ter of personality, not color.
If the Negro mason Is not 421 N.W. 20th StreetThe
1835 N.W. 58th Street skilled, why isn't he? Becausehe
Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar cannot get enough work to Finest Foods at Low Prices
Veronica 0' elT)", reporter help him improve his skill. On WE DO CATERING' BUSINESS
'Winter Schedule one hand he is not allowed to Satisfaction GuaranteedWE
Sundays: work, and then accused of being SPECIALIZE IN TAKE OUT BOX SERVICE
Church School and unskilled In his work. How
Open Mon. Thru Thur. 5:30 un. to 12 mldnlte
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26;TI in.vnfim Vmtfitim"" U Adult Bible Claw .... 9:30: am. crazy can you get?
Solemn Sung Mass and FrI., Sat., Sun., 5:80,a.m. to 2 a.m.
MRS. NAOMI WARD The builders hurting them
SYMONETTE, Chairman Sermon .................... 11:00 a.m. selves by not developing are the potential Arthur King, Owner
E. Y. C. Meeting ....... 6:00 p.m. skill of these men, so ,
They it could'nt be done Solemn and
say Evensong
but the women of Greater Bethel Sermon ...................... 7:30 p.m. that crowded they with will work not,, when hire White over
AME Church did it. Tuesday:
masons who fit the description
The has been I St. Vincent's Guild
contest von By Acolyte the Yet,
whom?? The women, of course! Rehearsal................. 5:30: pjn. tho given it to is costing Negro them masons., they do STRENGTHSERVICE, SECURITY
The mien made a valiant stand Wednesday! : '
with their effort, which terminated Low Mass .................... 6:30: ajn. I it.I I've predict seen it.that the economic
Sept. 21.:They raised 1 4,9 30. Evensong and Meeting of progress of the South will rise Central Life Insurance Co.
but that Just wasn't Quite good Guild of Our Lady... 8:00: p.m. only when the skills of the Ne
enough. The women raised |5- Thursday: gro rise and that this progress
I The Choir of St. Michael'sAnd
685.54. will rise at the same rate of Your Friendly Company
Because the women raised the All Angels less) as
highest amount of money their Rehearsal .................... 5:30: p.m.Friday the speed progress(no more of the or Negro no in his .
reward will be a dinner given : acquirement of skills. Yes sir!
by the Brotherhood of the St. Cecelia's Choir The South shall rise again . .
church. Rehearsal................. 8:00: p.m. but not like some people think.It \ Offering
The captains raising the highest NOTE: Sundays, Solemn Mass will rise only when all Us citizens 20 Year ,Payment Life & Educational Endowment
High Mass and Benediction ot
amount of money over $100 have full opportunty to
Mrs. (Beatrice Burroughs Kirk the Blessed Sacrament on All learn and work at the skills the Endowment at>Age 65 at Age 18
land, and Mrs. Laura Wilson. Feast Days.Weekends. good ord gave them. Then shall Paid-up Life & 20 Payment Life

was.Mrs. Kirkland crowned raised"Mrs. $210 Greater and holy and Saints': Low Day mass on all the South truly rise. Endowment at Age 64 15 Year Endowment

Bethel." Mrs. Wilson, raising Solemn, Sung Mass, 6 a.m. on I I tftt Juvenile Estate Builder Whole Life ,.
$200, is her attendant. These all Feast Days. Civic Theatre Guild Mortgage Redemption 15 Payment Life
women will reign supreme until Health Hospitalization 20 'Year Endowment
next Women's Day. NEW QUIZ .
Adult Classes in Dance and -
The chairman, Mrs. Naomi GAME ON WFEC Home ,Office
Ward Symonette, along with the Drama
co-chairman, Mrs. Jessie Giles, I A new and different Quiz game LEARN TO DANCEDon 1416 North Boulevard, Tampa, Fla.
and Mrs. Margaret Cary, wish to will start on radio station WFEC
express their appreciation for the I Monday, Dec. 1, called "Who's ( Stracluui's Party Time) Branch 'Office s *
fine and Talking.' The program will MAMBO CALYPSO
very support cooperation pro CIIA BRADENTON OCALA .
given them during their Woman's sent outstanding personalitiesand CIIA CIIA MODERN DANCE ,
Day effort. We assure, without celebrities from the entertainment IN JAZZ BALLROOM SONG DAYTONA BEACH ORLANDO '
your support, our day could not and sports world including STYLING PREPARATION FT. LAUDERDALE PANAMA CITY
have been a success. many famous movie FOR NITE CLUB AFRO FT. PIERCE PENBACOLAJACKSONVILLE
stars} singers and stars of TV CUBAN 8T. PETERSBURG
Each day the personality will .
Band P Club Plans in his own voice give a clue as Children's Theatre LAKELAND TALLAHASSEE
to who he or she is. WFEC will WEST PALM BEACH
ActivitiesThe call ,a different listener during 3290 N.W. 45th St. Miami Office 176 N.W. 14th Street

each of the five daily broadcaststo INFORMATIONPL THE TIME TO INSURE IS NOW
Business and Professional find out "Who's Talking''
Women's Club of Murrell The prize money will be increased 7-8766 NE 5.5283
Branch YWCA met on Tuesday, each time a person give an Incorrect DIRECTOR DON
November 18 at the home of its answer or there is no 8TRACILAN
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and P. members. program prizes. for WFEC listeners, I

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CONGREGATIONALThe TEMPLE .
BAPTIST THE MIAMI TIMES The Peoples' Newspaper9

m o s't recent religious: Services for Sunday will be as c. .... ""
group to be formed in our community usual with the Rev. George L. Broward SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1958 PAGE 15
has been the Congrega Sawyer in charge. Captains for : \

tional Church Fellowship. Many the recent Woman's Day drive County I ' ,'

origin persons of have this Inquired denomination about The the are urged to turn In their lists. NewsBy ". ;' ,/ ;i BETHEL BAPTIST as the Rev. C.. C. Rawls of Lake

The senior choir City.
following information gives and some of < Rev. I.. R. Ross, Pastor
a brief summary of the .Congre West the senior ushers will motor to : 'J:: : Sis. Nannette Greer, reporter Choir No. 1 requests your
. Church.Congregationalism. Palm Beach Sunday to render
Rational Richmond Heights presence at 3 p.m. Sunday at a
began in service at the 11 a.m. wor Walter Bow ...,., musical program. Proceeds will
this country with the landing of ship at Mt. Zion Baptist Church Sunday School began at 9:30.It go toward the Men's Day drive.
the Pilgrims at Plymouth. These where the Ministers and Deacons' always carries an, abundance Sis. Mable McFatten, president;
Pilgrims wanted a democraticform Union of the Atlantic Coast As. In the Woman's Day rally at of interest, spiritual fervor and Bro..7, H. Ferguson, director.
of church government socatlon Is In session this week Mt. Zion AME Church In Carver activity. More adults are urged
whereby the congregation, not end. Transporatlon leaves the Ranches on Sunday night, to attend Sunday School. Bro. Henry; Edmundson is ask

some q'erical hierarchy would church at 8 a.m.SALTER'S. Nov. 24, Mrs. A. M. Glover won The morning and evening services ing for ;your support In helpingto
!govern local church affairs. The the first prize. She raised over were very Interesting and make his dinner sale a sue
foundation of any local: Congregational CHAPEL 300. The prize was a trip to full of Information. Rev. Ross cess Sunday at 4025 Jackson St.

Church Is a covenant Rev. J. S. Blake, pastor Nassau. Bahamas. graced the rostrum. He preachedtwo The pastor Is asking all members
relationship entered Into by its soul stirring sermons.IVe to be at 'the regular
"The Lord Is and present
Glover
my light and my We thank Mrs.
members with God and with one salvation: whom shall I fear other hard workers iVs. Dtr.'nice were very happy and honored to I church meeting this Friday at
another; a covenant which, -accords The Lord is have such a distinguished guest 8 p.m, Business of Importance
with Jesus' teachings: Love the strength of my Carter Mrs. Mildred James, . .
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life; of whom shall I be afraid?" Mrs. Sarah Days and many others l --
love neighbor.The
God. your
The Sunday School began at who made this occasion such a
Congregational Church the usual hour of 9:30: a.m. with success. :Mrs. Catherine>! Stubbswas NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
believesthat its ministers shouldbe the assistant superintendent the general chairman.
well trained, and has established Miss Barbara Bogan In charge.All .
many Institutions for this teachers were at their posts. The t' W. H. Fire Department Variety Record Shop
purpose. Among the schools es of West Hollywood will hold .
tablished are Harvard, Yale At the 11 a.m. service the message election next Monday night, Dec.
delivered 6400 N.W. 15th Avenue
was by the
Amherst, Dartmouth, Oberlin, pas 1 at the home of Garnett Dor-
Grins eU4 ,Talladega Fisk, Dil- tor and was quite Inspiring. Four All
sett
( 4240 SW 24th st. mem
lard and 30 other institutions ofhlgh'r persons were added to the church bers are asked to be present. Latest Hit Records-45'* ,....... ........................ 97c
with two for baptism.
learning.The The ACE League met at 5:30 Special This Week LP'' ..... ......................... $1.49
The Beauticians Guild of Hal-
church believes that there
p.m. with Mrs, Claudia Robinson,
should be a concern for the wel the president in charge.At landale and West Hollywood will KAT1U TAYLOR, Manager"A
fare of all men and has always; hold Its last meeting of the yearon
stressed social righteousness and 7 p.m. the message was December 2 at the home of
the democratic ideal. again delivered by the pastor, Mrs. Eleanor V. Bowe, 4464 SW .
Persons interested in learningmore subject "Man Wanted." After !. 17th st. Will all members please

about the CongregationalChurch the sermon the baptism ceremonywas attend. Living Service For The Living"
are invited to attend a performed. Choirs number
class on Congregational Church 1 and 2 combined In singing and The Faithful Few Club No. 3
history on Sunday, Nov. 30 at the No. 1 ushers served will mef't'at the home of Mrs. Al- Range Funeral Home
theria Martin Dec. 1. Please
4:30: p.m. at the Seventh Day The pastor left on Tuesday to on
Advetist School (auditorium attend the annual conference attend.
NW 50th St. and 25th Ave. The which meets at Payne Chapel OSCAR AND ATHALIE RANGE, Owners .
instructor will be Dr. fitafcley: AME Church, West Palm Beach, i Mr James Owens of Dania
Sellick, associate minister of this week. We are hoping for his celebrated his 31st birthday at PHONES OX 1-0131 PL OX 1-4343
return. his home with the family and
Plymouth
Congregational Church
friends. He received several
of Coconut Grore. Come and worship with us. many
You are always welcome. useful presents. Oscar Range, Licensed Embalmer Funeral Director
The church service begins at

5:30: p.m. The public is invited ST. MATTHEW FREEWILL: Master barber is wanted to 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami, Florida
Dr. WJcks, associate pastor o operate Bowe's No. 2 barber
the Coral Gables Community) 403 N.W. 2lit Street shop at 5432 SW 17th and 54th

Congregational Church will beth Rev. J. B. Woodley, pastor ave. Just five blocks off state - .
(' speaker during the worship Bro. Nathaniel Thomas, reporter road 7. Contact Walter BoW,
service. His topic will be "The 4444<<<<<< SE 17th at., West Hollywood
Basis of Hope." Sunday School was called to or call YU 39882. B. Solomon FiieraIHs.
order by Bro. Brlngler at 10 a.m.
The group singing "Jesus Keep
TRIUMPH CHURCHPrince Me Near The Cross." (Established 1928)

The Lord blessed us to have
H. Mobley, pastor another wonderful message. The Prayer Changes Dignified, Personal, Courteous Service
Sis.
C. McKInney,
reporterThe No. 3 choir rendered music for ThingsLOOK

School of Wisdom last the morning.At Funerals Within Range of Each Budget
Sunday was as gr at as ever. 3 p.m. the Heavenly Stars A CROSS FOR YOU to .
The subject of the lesson was, celebrated their anniversary at carry Yes, do as many others are
"Jesus Arouses Opposition." Lesion our church and the Lord bless neck. Yes do as many others are
ed us with another wonderfultime. for the cross. '
found Mark 2:1-3:6. Mem- doing, sending
ory verse: "And blessed la he, Don't write send your name, 315 N.W. 16th Street ,Ph. FR 3.1440
whosoever!' shall not be offended The' evening devotion was led stamped envelope birth date, address .
in me." Matt. 11:6. The school by Deacon Sneed. Rev. Woodleygave and a $6.00 bill. No COD
was another wonderful message. .
most interesting and enjoyed please, to; " " " " "
by all. The No. 1 and 1 choirs renderedthe A. M AGENT

"A Joyful Thanksgiving," was music 244 McIntyre Street COMMUNITY'DRUG
the subject of the ,Y. P. E. Band Let us remember the sick and West Savannah, Ga.
always
last those in need. Visitors are -
Sunday. The very timely Welcome.
:esson was also enjoyed by all.
Isaiah 12:1-6 was the Scripture STORECOR.

. for the evening. A very inspir
ing program followed the les NEED MONEY!
N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St. .
$2125 mo.
loam $1,000 pay
son.The e 1st and 2nd mortgage ;
evening devotional ser $1,500 pay' $31:?8 mo.
Pay off all your bills
vice was conducted by Mother e ; $42.50 mo. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED
M Williams and many'beautiful e Get additional_cash 12,000 pay
*xpre'8lons were made. There* Get ,Rid of Those Balloon Payments Cut Rate Drugs Free Delivery {

was really a glorious praise serb FREE-24 hour inspection COSMETICS GIFTS HOSIERY FOUNTAIN SERVICE

vice.ing The message for the even No Cost to You SEALTEST ICE CREAM-MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT BILLS
was given by Sis. L. Sey

mour; her subject was, "Build Dade-Brbward Mortgages & Investments PHONE OXford '1.7515
on a Sure Foundation." Rer. 14: -
17. It was very inspiring. Rer. CALL ANYTIME C. M. JOLLIVETTE SR., Prop'
N. Sconlers Hollywood : WA 3-7071 . .
pastor of the ,Tri Miami: FR 7-4812 -- -
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Church, West Palm Beach, - 11V
delivered the sermon subject :. .
was "Divine Spirit." Text: Isaiah
ZS'20.: : Closs. '3:3"and Genesis :::......... :: t ::i = i=} i: ; iii:; :
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Sunday School began at the WEIGHT TOO FAST? i: ::.: 'iii:...:................i . s::: is::... 1
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dent, MU Marva Trotman In I Lose Those i i isis f

charge. Classes: took their respective I

places with" the teachers REDUCING' Save
. at their posts. Expressions Big SPOT

of thanksgiving were given by HOLIDAY SPECIAL
CLASSIC
the young people for their fath- i
erg :_ : :: :: i1is
and mothers, etc. We were i.
nappy to have so many of them Series of (6) Treatments $28.00

do so.The. (DUPLICATE SERIES 50 cents)
pastor was In charge of
the 11 a.m. service. He preached 15 Thru Dec. 10 = li i hiI'i
Beginning Nov. :ii afi iiia X10! rig T '*!t f'1P :: :
on the theme U iiuuauuajiuai:2{
"Thanksgiving. {sail :u i:
Text "Oh give 'thanks unto the ((2 p.m. to 10 p.m.). Set them it
Lord." Everyone was spiritually
blessed. Two members were added f t THE MIAMI TIMES
to the church and one renewed -
her membership. The No. Reactivation g::: 8740 N.W lath AVENUE -

*2 choir ushers rendered served. music and No.

The 7 devotion was led
by the pastor.p.m. lIe preached from 276 N.W. 6th St. (Suite 118)FR .
Acts 11:U. Everyone was blessed JOur

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Around Miami AFRICAN I I I PAGE 16 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1958 '

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STUDENTS
By DAVE (Ml Swung) BONDU Senior Citizens Mme. Helene Slfontes, Mrs. Jose \

...-.....N.N..N....N, ............................................... EXPELLED BY Enjoy DinnerThe Roberts Speakers served were as Rev.pianist.II. E. S. ;,:

WELL now, a Jazz Pianist Curt Harmon's cpn GOVERNMENTJohannesburg Reeves, Introduced' by Mrs. Victoria \'
little action it| tract has been picked up by Sam senior, citizens had their Ward;. Dr. K. L. Pharr, Eugene .:
beginning to (Mr. Sir John Hotel) Rabin. The South Africa annual pre-Thanksglvlng dinner Kemp, Mrs. Lizzie Houston,
take place as. contract was to expire; Nov. 27, The government Wednesday an ate the Liberty .Square Community Mrs. Maud Reed and Mrs. Olive
far all an Unof but now the extension will go to pounced the expulsion of more Center on the afternoon of Alexander. The occasion was a \
flcial Mayor Is I Dec. 16. Goodie, goodie. Good than 200 South African students Nov. 20. Mrs. Spero Coklne served happy one.
Curt. from the Natal as mistress .of ceremonies.The -
luck, Amanzlmtot -
concerned. A..
program consisted of amTUtoChristmas
Training College, ap- Buy
few more names*" formerly op-
ZL the propitiate; scripture and
PRETTY QII Week erated prayer
have been by American missionariesThe Seals
hymns. Aleo a reading by Mrs.
Juhn DuVal . Policeman of the
ed such as:add'i Week: Cleophus Allgood . American. missionaries Louise Moore; solo by Mrs.
Theodore .Teacher of the Week: Mrs. Mil- moved out rather than submit to Coklne, instrumental solo byexpeaed pSl

son.Hadley and n111--- dred Espy . While buying some the Dantu (Native) EducationAct r
tires at the Tire King on North under which the government
rote .
stands
Ktmbro. As It now students had shown
toll Miami Ave. at 34th st., I asked recently took control. of all Af
are being sent in and up to rican "dlssaffection and insolence"and
education.
Carmen,, the owner, how long 1161
date Clyde Klllens has 9; Dr. were I being spurred on by
Davis 7; Atty. Arrlngton 7: BUm had the fellows been with him. Government officials said the agitators., Tuberculosis)
Bannister 4; Charles Hadley It I knew it was qplte a while because Fight
Kimbro 1 we have bought tires from
Father Gibson 2; Bill ;-
will him before, when we first came .
Dr.end Brown 3. This 15 and balloting at the end to Miami, and he replied, even :;:, D.e:;: .,.. G :;: :;: w.... .,. w :I" :T .!1
February j T+w+V+l Tttr** *+9Wm*+-
of that time, the man with the years. Willie Henry, Willie Mer-

highest post cards amount shall of be votes named via your the CBs Ferguson, Horace, Robert. Benjamin Henry, and Jordan ArnoW' j,) Fi.R hy is.QEa yjj.F "

Hendrix started workingfor
Unofficial Mayor of Miami and
his term shall run for one year.If him when he first opened I Il ''7-1645'
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VISIT OR CALL :PL
TOPAY.
tn that time the people of Miami and as Carmen puts it, it's a I
feel that he has done a lotto pleasure to have a group of guys #iU -
benefit this community, he working with you who can get __: }
can run for re-election. I tried along with everyone and give
once before tD have you select good service. They are a great ( KI
bunch, of fellows. The salesmen El .
a leader last year in which you :t ,
came through beautifully but the are nice too, they are Tony, 'J! .
people you selected let me down. George, Llyod and of course
Now let's pin it _down to one" Carmen. i t s n t
man, and that must be a man pt J
THE JIM JAM will be a humdinger }c
.1+ who is not afraid to speak up for }
his people. We have been 4th this weekend. On the bill f I4lt d
class citizens too long and it's are the two J's Vickie Copez. f Ld
time we woke up. Remember, The star, Chlckie Horne as ,Mme. .
God helps. those who help them Effie Throckbottom, queen of
selves.. . so let's get this thing song, dance and comedy.: Yours # Jtl1
rolling by sending your 'rotes In Truly as M. C., and Alex Stephens f
now. Show a little Interest In the. and his rocking band. AL ,td}t
city In which you live. I HAD A nice talk with Air. ,
Hilton, head of the Departmentof
Welfare, whom I find 'to be a ,
WHEN LAWS are made we very nice, person., He was telling
must abide with them regardless me how he and Commissioner U
of good or bad. If we have aman, High I are doing everything pos I"n J "i
sitting in on these things for us, sible to make Dorsey Park a
we can at least be represented much better place for our affairs.Mr. .
to the point where that one man Hilton also stated that If
can sit on ,these meetings and there is anything he can do to H.
give us a voice. Need I say more? make our, community a better one
Except to say pick the RIGHT he certainly will. And that my
MAN I IJIMMY friends is what I call a "good WHY PAY RENT ? I
city official.
IIYECK,. Jim Jam

Club owner, has been elected THERE IS A new place openat New 3 & 4 Bedroom CBS HomesYES .
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president of the Club Owners 638 NW 2nd ave. where you .
Association.' These owners get can get fresh birthday, weddingand

work together out now ideas and to then get and the try club to and other other occasion sundries.cakes It's, records Al's- !II! ONLY $495 DOWN; HURRY!!

going crowd to go out a little Record and Sundries. Drop In
more by offering better, entertainment and give him a play. And Katie See our Mr. Martin this Sunday 1-6 p.m. Open! !! Finished models 1510
and to help keep prices in Taylor Is the charming managerof 1520 N.E.154th St Also N.E. 153rd St. Same area.,
each place on the same level.
the Variety Record Shop In 3-Bedroom City WaterS
Liberty City. Drop by 6400 S 9
NW I
JIMMY WILSON, alias Tracy, 15th ave. and have Katie spin Modern Kitchen O Low Taxes
has been advanced from patrolman I a disc for you . On Monday All .Tile Bathroom a No Closing Costs '4
to a plalnclothesman. From afternoon, Chickie Horne and I Enameled Kitchen Cabinet $15 Million Shopping CenterS
this end of the pen , Best of will sail on the s.s. Florida to ,Landscaped Buses
luck
Jimmy.
do a special show for the president Large Lot Churches -
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of the
THERE PAO Steamship Co. GOING ASTir!! DEPOSIT WILL HOLD.
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WILL BE a kkkoff and some VIP's. The trip is over I --
dinner dance for the Boy's Drum night cruise to Nassau ad we'll .
and Bugle Corp. In our area, return on Thursday; Look out NEW 2-BEDROOM CBS HOMES $895 DOWN

.t Police sponsored Benevolent by !the Miami Association Colored pigeon peas' and rice. Here 1 I I ONLY $295 DOWN 3-bedroom, city water, separate
on cornel As
Saturday, Nov. 29, at 7:30 p.m. point is to usual Live, Life all I, EverY.Gol-can say at See finished models at 5210 SwW. living room ,dining room, kitchen, I ..
at the Sir John Club. The dress den Minute of It. Peace. 21st St. Also 5350 S.W. 19th St., large lot, close to schools and
is Informal. The donation Is Carver Ranches. Only one mort- jalousied windows, landscaped,
$3.50: and the guest speaker will to pay. Move right in. buses shopping One
gage mortgage to
be
Judge Gene )
Williams of the 1:
Criminal Court of Records . Advertise It Pays! pay. .Why pay, rent? Have four D
:
g I own home for Christmas. Will sell
t NEW 3-BEDROOM CBS fast Hurry!II l j

1 TV ONLY BEAUTIES: $795 DOWN BEAUTY .:-. Nice Area. E. of NW j

SICK ? ;U Builds you a gorgeous custom 17th ave. For the particular buyer.

tic built home in Opa 'Locka, with This Lovely 3-bedroom, 2 bath CBS

I 8 built-in oven and range. Pick ytUJ"rei home, tile roof. Nicely laudic.pedwith.
Then dial FR 4-2044-9 to
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a.m. p.m. lot now! Deposit will hold' until carport., city water, furnish

SAME DAY SERVICE i completed. One ;mortgage to pay. fed; kitchen. Priced right Will take, 4
$3,000. down. Separate dining
a ALL MAKES ALL MODELS r NEW! 3-BEDROOM CBS room This Is a nice home. That we
!\ :. LIBERTY CITY say "Good Buy.**

Picture Tube Spacial17inch$22.95 $995 DOWN "WILL BE READY BEFORE ..
e Buys this new house. To be built '

21-lnch--$29.91 east of 2169 N.W. 57th St. !epae CHRISTMAS"This
rate living room, dining, room, gorgeous 3-bedroom, 2 bath
I, modern kitchen, bathroom with CBS home. Carporte, built-in oven'
e and range, jalousied Florida
glassvdoors Venetian blinds room,
utility
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