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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: December 6, 1958
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028321
Volume ID: VID00627
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 2264129
isbn - 0739-0319

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stack'- *orr hadowlng a possible i
clash! l b twen state and federal
court? stood in the path of tie Expressway Displacees
t Civil Rights Commission Wednes :
day as it sought access to registration .
I records for next week's
S; hen ring on Negro voting. Get Government
May Help
E Subpenas 'demanding all available
voter registration files dating
/: back to Jan. 1, 1955, have The government eared the
,,' ,been served on officials, in at More Negroes Hit way Monday for Dade County toI I .. 5,
least three southern Alabama get 'money for slum clearance i R I .
counties, By Polio in" DadeThe jnd houISlng relocation under the ,
The new federal agency's first federal urban renewal program r
public hearing since its creationby County Health Department Federal Housing Administrator -5 S .
Congress more than a year reported on 'Tuesday that more Albert M, Cole approved a '
ago opens here Monday. Negroes were struck by polio workable program for Dad .. !
.. this year than White In pro something the government re 4r
Metro Move Stalls portion to popula Ion. Of the 23 quires before a city or county '1c"- ..".... _.
cases reported for 1958, eight, can even apply for urban renewal -
Relations Group or nearly 35 percent were Ne- funds. Prominent visitors in Miami Jast week were the Revs. ;,

The proposed Board" received a net- was about 10 percent.A gram here will be for families ery Ala. Shown being greeted here by their host, Attorney .
.. back'on Tuesday when the Metro campaign' has been launchedto displaced by Metro's expressway Henry Arrington, The two men who led the successful r ,
. give Salk"vaccine shots to all _
;r ." '* :, Commission refused to'vote projects. Under urban renewal !-- .
on bus I
in their
> Negroes under' 50. Free shots are boycott city were in Miami for n much need- '
will be eligible for 100
an The ordinance commission to finance would available each Friday at all th* cent(hey longterm home loans when per ed rest and remained out of the public spotlight. They alsoflew \' I II
county health clinics: County to Nassau for visit. Avalon
a resolution to establish a board they resettle. a one day -- photo.
that would not have freedom to Health Center. 1350 NW 14thSt. Almost 6,000 people wjll1' be '
., North Dade, 2745 NW 62ndSt.
displaced from their homes In
accept "grants and donations"or
to have a salaried executive ., and, South Dade, 5798 SW downtown Miami when the expressway 1

secretary and staff 68th Dr. st.David Orane, assistant goes through during I 4 Mothers... Face Jail "
The original proposal was that 195960.
t the board would hare 15 members commissioner, has asked tho EW YORK FourNegro domestic relations court division"
and a salaried executive public healthnurses. to sires YMCA ElectionThe mothers' faced jail sentence He MA them to return their
p*, director "representative of .ho Sa.kttaccln* program Thursday for keeping their chl'd children to public schoot'/Sr ,enroll
throughout tithe colored area, and election of Doard Members out of Harlem II
the social racial, religious, linguistic ren junior high them In equivalentlhtltuilOTBIshpfori ,
:, cultural and economical particularly 4 I lap the;\ chools. and officers of the George schools which they charged were ) sentencing DecJfU.
groups comprising the population Washington. Carver Branch segregated and Interior to the T'au1 Zuber said tho mbthers I'
t, of the county" The commissioners had no YMCA of Greater Miami will be city's predominantly White would try to ,place their children
,i Its main purpose is to "foster mind to gtyrt the, resolution a held Thursday, Dc'c. 11 at 8 p.m. schools. In a schools and would ftp-
I i mutual understanding, tolerance pubjc! htarlnr' on Tuesday A at the "Y" 6770 NW 15th ave. The women were found guilt* yI'O decision All had
[ and respect among all," motion was made by Commission' All members are Invited to bo of violating the state's lnw/fa sfully to hay
and to smooth problems growing er Alex Ootdon' to ,pass the"; ordinance present and participate in the compulsory school attendant v J. c/r/ oti D signed to schools
out of racial conflicts in Dade. but no one would second election. _- Justice Nathaniel Kaplan

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ranks second and Orayson. Coach Casanova of 2160 State Road Op* I '
i.xMIAMIAN ON yards per carry oa 94 tries this fall and currently
I to ,California's Joe Kapp In comes from the same high schoolIn i will bare three other fin Nerve Lock. prominent member o|
TEAM Crushing yardage in outstandingday San Diego a* West. I players here for the game with Mt. Tabor>> Baptist Church. .
',M here this weekend would give The ,.2 Junior ba been playIng the Hurricanes./ Orayson of San Oraynoo was a starter two
f Willie West Alden Klmbroagh I West a h0t'':*< the Individualtitle. top flight football for the Diego and Herman McKinney, week ago in .the 200 win over ,
ff and Dave Orayson, three of tbe put two seasons and be appear are very fast halfback while Oregon State and ,may open ,,
I Burnett of San again here W Casanova decided 4 "
for a truly brilliant senior sophomore Lea U
finest pJafn'OD the West Coast West 1* also the Ducks best set *
His tremendou' Diego plays behind Klmbrogh uses Wit at left half Orayson I* .
next fall.
It' will be In the starting lineup for receiver with 17 catches leadsIn year
i University or Oregon Duck punt returns. and, also In kick I defensive ability I* one of the at left end and guard Dob Heardof small a* halfback go at IS* ,}
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r Saturday afternoon against the off runbacks with) ,24,0 yard major reasons the Duck are Miami Is an alternate at right' pounds, but hal good *p ed. ,and
Miami Hnrrlncane at the Or- average # dKlmbrough M a currently ranked third In de- guard. running ability.McKlnney M
sage Bowl. ,, wbo teams with fene against scoring and .intake Heard is a granule of Done I I. a former prep' ar* ''ut '
'I' f the national title this Saturday High School where he starred at who baa been bothered by InJury .
West, the starting left halfback Ron Stoverto, give the Ducks the '
for Oregon for Coach Left Casa- I beet pair of end ,on the West I by holding Miami scoreless.In guard from 1949.SI. He Is the problem through.," the
11oO,..'* Duck, baa averaged 4.7 Coast, it ,a 'iunlMft :West, and addition to West, Klmbrougb 1 son of- Mr. and Mrs. Haywood middle of the season I


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MIAMI TIMES The Peoples Newspaper" JESCA's Club Letter to The Editor Golden Age

PACE 2 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 19581SOUNDOFF Holds Installation Dear Mr. Reeves: Club NotesLast
order In
Enclosed Is a money
ServiceThe the amount of four dollars week In reporting the

newly organized women' A$4.00) for renewal of our subscription Golden Age Club's dinner at

c'ab of the James E. Scott Com to he Miami Times Liberty Squire, Mrs. Mary E.
munlty Association held Its installation if there has been any change In
William, acting president'sname
services of officers and the yearly subscription fee
c ab members Monday, NOT. 17 please let us know and we will was ommltted la error

in the Liberty Square Auditorium forward the difference. Mrs. Williams gave the welcome

Aproximately 35 persons attended We have especially enjoyed address to the friends, and discussed .

PVT. KELSEY "KIT" COLLIE the affair. I and looked forward to receiving the occasion. Mrs. W l.
Th following members were II the Times now that we are residing
Hams Is acting decease Mrs. V .
Insl.alledas officers: so many many miles from
--------- -- - Ward president 1. ill and unable .
Williams, president the ,
.. Mrs. Lua R. Miami and must rely on
For those of have peh and to function as president of the
1 you ; Mrs. Doris YJlf'rer, secretary printed word for news of the
1I I paper ready to jot down a line : Mrs Eloise Thurston, financial community and our good friends Golden Age Club. The G. A. Cub
AX OITKX LETTER' TO i or two before yon forget some secretary: Mrs. Marjorie there. Is also sponsored bjr the JamesE.

THE KKAIVERS I vital bit of information addressall Snyder treasurer: Mrs. Helen Scott Community Association .
correspondence to: Pfc. Kelsey Strachan, chaplain and Mrs. We both remember with appreciation which Is a United Fund member

Some three mouths ago this i E. Collie, TJ.S UUUU; I Bret Davis, reporter Mar'I the fine assistanceand
column began came to We -i The Army Education Center, brief and impressive I support you gave us in our The club will meet next
the feature material work with the Miami Branch Thursday at Liberty Square
add to
to i Bldg. B2; Fort Belroir Va remarks were given by George j
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members and friends
you readers nave ben enjoying Let's give those guys and gals in H. Sweet. Miss O. B. Alexanderand i NAACP. are cordially
In the Times for any number ofyfars ; service a chance to see their Archibald G. Carey Followedby invited. Members plan to
I I Sincerely entertain the members
It was Its Intention mad of theLighthouse
names In print, to learn the a -gel acquainted" affair. The
Mrs. Alvin R. Berckmann < For The Blind
purpose to inform and entertainyon. I whereabout of friends to en- purpose of the organization is to ai
HOTf'Ver.1.bls et>d could not i their Christmas Party. Dec. 18
I Joy something concerning them : Interest adults in becoming civic
at Liberty Square.
be completed without your assistance ' and others like them who are minded and community responsive I

Therefore yon were devoting!" their efforts to a worthwhile by providing panned programs Advertise' It Pays! Mable L Daniels, reporter
called on to participate, to help cause. Come on Miamlans, and activities of interest

in any simple way yon could bywriting 'et's see that spirit! that would enhance the adults

and telling us bits of Information .I KIT. In. becoming aware of the Importance i

thereby allowing the: : : of such community obligations -

rest of the public.. to Join in this! MAIL CALL i as members of their: STAR MEAT MARKET !
Informative eQop.lri immediate community. Mrs. Bon
I Not long ago, in UU columnwe i
tie M. Stirrup serves as npervIIIOf'
aT. this time there has been asked the question: whether
of this
'itlle to ro on. Of course ire Bernice: Boyd had returned to group.
hare received some Interesting military life. Last week we recrfved -!, L 1520 N.W. 62nd Street !a

tidbits from three or four eervice a reply to that query. The! Council For Youth _

personnel, but that is alL answer. : a profound "yes."* She Meet
The other columns bass been is stationed at the WAC Detachment
cluttered with article and series at Fort Jackson S. C. I Tou are Invited to attend the THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE

about the service, not because I Bernlcetetts ns that this time get acquainted program of the
we thought it would be .I she may stay indefinitely because Dade County Council for Youth .
she enjoys the travel Friday. De'&. 12 at S p.m. The
gw d place to expound on the i
values and makeup of what has! work and everything that goes place: Trinity Christian Methodist Fresh Meat Low PricesSafe
become known as an "American 1 with service life" Church, 2014 XW 5th Ct. .
The speaker will be Cal
Institution** but merely becausewe Without her consent (and 1I"e'' Judge:
had nothing else to write doubt that she will mind it) we broth of the Dade County Juvenile -

about. would like to quote a portion of Court
1 that :niter to you readers: DIS ,I
Perhaps you hare been wondering i
I think It's a wonderful life
what happened'! to the
for a young woman, Just out of .
column during the past two '
high school or college and not
wfeks The truth la we could
sure Just what she wants out of .
thin of nothing worthwhile to ..
I life. Well the service is Just the
rut in print We wanted to make .
place to find 'benelf.summf'T .
this column u lively as posdbte. "Lsjst I spoke to some
Home I Iwith
Actually we feel we hare failed senior high school girls about at
youbecause you hare failed us ;
opportunities for wide awake .
At present, we are seeking a 1I"DmPnao want to make something "* ... '
clearance from the Departmentof of themselves." .

the Army to continue! this I She goes on to say that sfee .. = ,
column (strictly as a matter: t f J enjoys reading "Solln()rf" and ',>'

routine. Nevertheless, If we do asks that we. give her best r egards ,
not rfNdre Information there Is to an of the service personnel ELECTRICWATER "
little else to dn except discontinue and these at home. rT

the column and allow the spacegranted Here is a fine example' of the

UK, to be used in some kind of young women Miami Is

profitable manner! producing, one who Is devoted to' .
Personally, we do not wmt todo the service and one who has w
this, but it will become necessary found her place in the sun. Our

unless there is a spark of heartiest and best wishes to .

interest. We will nerve yon Heroic for a bright future with ; HEATING'

faithfully jf ony you win ever the WAC Also a_ great big
now and then give us'a nand. thanks for her setter, which we <
Ton hare done It in the past were. more than overjoyed to reersive
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Ray Mitchell Plans for F

6th Annual Golf Tourney r.

The 6th annual event of thf'1' J

nay Mitchell North-South Win- formation on the tournament are
ter golf tournament will be held advised to address communications
Feb 10 thru 13 at Miami to Ray Mitchell:, 473 West \

Springs Country Club, according 158th St., New York, N. Y.
to an announcement Issued this
week by promoter-pro Ray Mit
\ chell from New York City.

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k Golfers Xrom. a'.l sections of R.TAYLORPRIVATE
the United States are expectedto
be In Miami for the star. DETECTIVE &
studded attraction which has developed -
Into the outstanding INVESTIGATING BUREAU

winter golf' tournament of the '
year, Defending champions 228 NW 14th' St.

Charlie Slfford, Los Angeles pro, Phone FR t.8?29
amateur Joe Roach, St Louis,
and Myrtle Patterson, New York, Miami Florid
women's champion who was run
ner up in the 1958 United Golfers .
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,- ' -= -" -' -"" Association's national tour-
ney at Plttsburg, will defend NKVKIt CLOSE
000 TICKET OFFICIALS-Key for the 26th annual festival to be R. Partridge, A&M business their titles. Civil Criminal Domestic
figures of the sale of 'OrangE held In Miami, Dec 13. They are manager,,and Henry Weiner, ath Personal Confidential Private
I Blossom Classic tickets got together Nathaniel Powell (1)), Miami letic business manager, University Miss Patterson' Is a three-time Miming IVrnnns Found
recently In Miami to discuss Chapter of the Florida A&M University winner of the tournament, having Investigations
the progress. of ticket sales j 1 Alumni: Association; H. of Miami won the women's crown in We specialize In Sklp.Tracing
I 1054, 1955! ad 1958. Roach was and Recovery of Automobile and
men's champion in 1957 and I&iulpmrnt.Si I I

After 26 Years 1968, while Richard Gardner, hour service day or night
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New York, was champion In 1954 Notarize affidavits find report on
and 1956. Eural Clark, Los Angeles request. \Ve are bonded to the t
won the event In 1966 State of Florida No job too large

Orange Blossom Classic--More In the pro division winners have or too mall. DOUSE 'i '
I been Zeke Hartsfleld, New
York 1964, Sam Woodson, Co-
umbla, S. C., 1955, Ted Rhodes,
Chicago, 1956, and Charles Slf
Than Just Football Game OUR CLASSIFIED
a ford 1957 and 195 8.
Persons seeking additional In COLUMNS FOR RESULTS' *

IlyCIIAIILKS J. BMITIIjn world . Is this situation. dup
h licated.
Th Orange Blossom Classic!

and Festival sponsored annually The classic is rapidly becom I
by Fonda ,&M University at Ing even more of a national Institution dNMf\ or' ,,11, 1 Il, Idp 111 1 1r I
Tallahassee, is without a doubt with people from virtu, ,,11\1\\I\\\,, 1\\ '' \\I1 Il 1 1 1 1 1 '
the outstanding pubic relations ally all over America coming to ?\ ;,, v '', Il 1 1 11 /
venture sponsored by an institution Miami to see the game. The 'I 67 ? I 1., i1 1 r 11'' 1ilm Iti,11,,111 1 \ , 1 ,
of higher earning In this contest took on an Internationalflaver 1a
country And for sheer public reatlons when the Chief Justice of 1 Id11aN11! 11p1 1;

aspects!! the classic rivals Ghana attended, Also In the \
, 1 ,, 1 N'1 d Y 1 1 t lh i 1I'd'' ,
1 p ,,r \" ,1 l 1,1' III 11 lit 8 X11 <
anyother venture sponsored by stands for the game was Cab 1 1 a 1 \'
Industry, fraternal .organizations Calloway of stage, screen, radio ,1 Idlll l \\H? \H, ,,\\1111 I
and groups of sports-minded and te'evlsion tame who was ao \\ \\\\11111i \, H \Ni't1 'P w \Vll 1 1
businessmen and community i Impressed with the performanceof aT' 1, 1 .
leaders, In creatlpg goodwill for the famed University March t 1 'y. \\p181 ;4 SI I
Its. sponsors. ing band until he said he would
The 1968 classic game will deveop: a special production
match the Forlda A&M Rattlers number for inclusion In his
defending national champions, night club act based on what he Ak
against the perennially strong had seen Joe Dlmagglo the ex- .
Prairie View A&M Panthers of New York Yankee basel bat star 111''11,1 ti
Texas. Some 50,000 .fans are expected saw the game from the press a
to file box.
through the turnstiles
nl 1 1 ,\ I'v'6
of the spacious Orange .
Bowl Stadium, to witness this, The university along with an
the 26th annual classic, And Interracial advisory com ml tie* la
like many games of the past, the responsible for the productionof
'63 contest will be the "
heavily flavored "classic. The Governorof
with a national- championship Florida Is the honorary chair.
aroma. man of this committee, which II
known &II The Orange Blossom
A'though the primary InterestIn
CIliate and Festival Committee.The .
the classic centers around the
university In turn
football game, the event serves
advertising firm which
as a "vehle'e" that annually
handles the overall
focuses!' national. and Internatlon promotional
aspects of the game which In
al attention
on universityand
eludes utilization .of all: media of
< mast communications In the
Tn reality the "classic," at greater Miami area The budge!
the gnme Is affectionately known, for the put few years has averaged
In more than' Just another football about U 7.000.

ram , it Is an athletic

'Institution, and as the Miami However, the Media make 1 aI >w
Rally New commented editorla1' available much more time and
on Dec 14, 1957, It has narft than Is purchased. In fact
"noclolojdral significance." there Is extreme competition
Te "classic" wa founded In
among the radio and television
Jacksonville! In 1933 with leas
stations for the appearance of r
thin 5,000 persons In attendanceat university personnel, the MarchIng -
the Iniugural game between Band queens, coaches and arr.. .
Flit A&M and Howard University
players. On occasions the parade
of Washington, D. C. Dur- has been televised. Movies of
tog the years that followed the the game and'the spectacular I
site was shifted first to Orlan
halftime show are televised the
do and then to Tampa and la
Sunday evening following the
1947 to Miami.
game with the coaches of the J
The game has 'become of age"or two teams analyzing the p'ays.
matured In Miami, and now
In post-season The university president Dr. You both beautiful gold gift plus a superb gift decanter filled with
game, topped only George W Oore Jr.. Is Interviewed get a wrap t F
In attendance oanks number five during an Intermission Kentucky's finest bourbon,at na extra cost. Just slip off cellophane sleeve and give.
by tile nose
Sugar, Cotton and
period on the .how. Th,*game is .f
Orange Bowls
always broadcast on a statewide
That the "clasnie" hu become n'tworV. .
the most successful Negro

athletic! event of all timeU( Miami newspapers treat the If you can give a better bourbon..give it!
hardly a statement for debate. game as "another big game" and
For the past five years atten not as a Negro game. This Is
dance has averaged 40,000 and clearly pointed out In the editorial -
one year, 1954, topped 43,500 comment and In the coverage 6fb\ltielt fte
paid Admissions. One of the remarkable given on the city and
: aspects of the elude sports pages. It Is believed that .
attendance Is the fact that half the coverage given the classic
of the attendance each year II locally is unparalled by the mass

composed of White spectaors . media In other locations where
About 10.000 . Nowhere else Negro promotional athletic


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A few days before Christmas, a St. Augustine's
4 ,, FRONTIERS father walked |into the room of

BASKETS ','B? Ills? young, soxl just In WMP.,I' Scores In Concert
hear him singing, "Ho-ly Infantso atNorthwestern
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HAIRCUTSThe tenderfoot ride .,/ ; > ;
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Of the
Miami Chapter
helped 28 ... '
Frontiers of America
.Miami families have a happy Stop Worryi g"'., ':. -.' ,Last Sunday afternoon the
Thanksgiving/ Thursday by distributing wiry tsholr from St. -Augustine's Col
heavy-laden grocerybaskets Let me help you your lege, .'-Raleigh,. .K C., was
problems. See mIe and 'be con '
TKMl'OUA MUTANTUR ET NUS MUTAMUR IN ELLIS among them vinced.. you can.. ', ,be helped; beard In a, musical concert atthe'
"The Times Are Changed And We Are Changed. With Them" The baskets were prepared by Cam, write, phone STeveji-' Senior High
-- -- Oscar Weaver, owner of Little 76275. $cboo1. The" J rograhi was Inter
Office at 1112 N.W. :Third Ave., Miami, Florida-Phone FR 3-2230 Super Marlcet: and 0. W. Ktl- son Lees Publishing Co. esting and nJo'abe.] ; In fact,
Plant at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1-0421 Patrick, owner of Spic and Span Philadelphia '30, Pa. the choir sanff.: Into the heartsof
--- --' --- , .,-. ----- Market, both members of the the large and appreciative
Entered M Second Class Matter, August 0, 1027, at the Post Office club.The .. audience., f--.:'
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 club also engaged Harry tv b'' ":*. ft* :; -
1'-_ Smith, owner of the Varsity r tr1o: s A-. -Thornier.; was, 6c-
II. E. 8IG1SMUND ,.REEVES, 'Editor Barber. Shop to gO, t to the, OldFo'ka Homes For Sale l ? tompau1st and, John: '::,',C. Moore,
Home at Kendall on Sunday ; tfhftjrwan c&.the' Department of
-.I.-GARTH C. REEVES_ ...-,,-Managing_ ,__. Editor'and' BusinessManager"Member ) and give haircuts to, all the New N.W_ ; '56lh St."areaV Mtiist' 'ditjctor ".a;'.." "."!:;*I:*
of 'the National Newspaper Publishers Association J:/ meh. This 'is done once' a month. Very nice 3-bedroom. Large ,Tn'':" ehotiwews; brought' 'herebi
Associated The Frontiers'are now 'making Florida: room. Like 'new. :price, ', '':: '
Member of the Negro Press
the" Church ;of.the'i Incarna
; plans for their annual Christmas and terms low. < ,. "
Party for children In the tion.W.: Ellsha: Clark' vicar
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK S detention home ate Kendall. Large CBS )DuplexAll Tlrft ,. froup occupied" the choir
_.. stalls'.Qf the Incarnation on SuV
COMMUNITY RELATIONS BOARD tile features.. Good home h
Beautiful HomeOn I day ''morning. .Following tills ser
Last week a group of ,Miami leaders meeting with and Income.: bedroom on each. vice,,. he-,singers went to HolyCroce
Mayor' Robert King High endorsed "Community Rela- Large Lot side. Priced to sell now. : ,Church. They also appeared

tions Board" ordinance and later{ asked, the Metro Com- Your lot can be a paymenton "on-channe\. 7 Sunday morn-
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mission, to adopt it. \ this ,3-bedlroom, 2-bath Ing.On' Monday the'VIsited"' our
On-beautiful Anchor ;
''' board would ISjmembersrepresehtativ ; ,
Tfye' as suggested have :
: fence. 57th St. Priced and terms High schools, St. Agnes Church
or 'social, religious, racial, linguistic, cultural 1331 N.W. 56th St. low. Good buy and. other places, of Interest.!

an I'.economic' groups comprising the population of Open 3-5 p.m. During the
Dade County. It would also have /a salaried executive CALL HARRY DENNY NOW evening a reception
was given them at the James E.
director.:' Baron J'E' 8-1340 PLaza. 9-6601
Scott Community Center.
The main purpose is to foster mutual understanding,
tolerance and respect among all groups in the county.On Need 'Money Fast? Peter,JMuestein The choir left at 6 pm.! on
Tuesday. They will visit ..Jacksopnvllle
Wednesday of this week the matter was brought Mortgages loans, refinance, REAL ESTATE Brunswick, Ja., Charles-

before the Metro Commission by Dr. Franklin. .Williams i all types of property. No 8222 Blvd 86n. SC.,. and Voorhees College
: Biscayne! :
vice president of the University of Miami. :' Denmark, S C. before returning
Metro did not accept the suggested, ordinance( however inspection fees* Mortgagesfrom ,, to T ,their home' In Raleigh*

instead they offered |o support a resolution which $100 up.Allapattah. 1
Would establish.a board, out would drop wo main fea- .
tu.?xe >Mhe ordnance: ,' *,* '.' *"v> V' Mort. :Co.

The estabHshm&nt' of a sala'ried'executive, and free- Phone PL 11789or ? DR. C. M. SMITH, I

dom of the board to accept grant's and donations. evenings NE '
Attorney Stanley Myers, who supports the relations 58270D20 -5.' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,

board idea, said the next, step would be to meet withCounty
Commissioner's, :attorney Dairy A. Davis and };; ANNOUNCES TILE OPENING OF IIIS

County Manager 0. W. Campbell to frame the resolution
suggested by the b instead of the ordinance. FOR SALE OFFICE FOR. GENERAL PRACTICE AT

Myers suggested that the board be established to '
"demonstrate what ,can be done," and then work to get $400 Down 1821 N.W ard Avenue FR 1'1'714-D& or Night

its program into the Metro budget next year. 020
3-bedroom home \
For some years now we have had a Community Re. car- .
lations Board in Dade County and it has done some (porte cures, many other fea-,

worthwhile work and must be commended. However, it ;; brand new CBS..

seems to be the consesus of opinion that a board backed, *

or rather appointed by Metro with a paid executive anda 2-bedroom home, din- ALONZA. FRANCIS FUNERAL HOMESympathetic
clerk would do effective would meet
more work and ing closed
room, porch, sand Economical Service
with general approval by most thinking Dade Countians.
many features. Alonza Francis, Director and Embalmer
\ The Miami Times. ares this opinion., ,
N.W. 55th :St. near Dr. J M. Smith and Mrs. Evelyn Dons Evans .-
With the bombings and the. threats and some hate

mongers, qmong\ us, a few thousand dollars spent 15th Ave. Elizabeth. Business AssociatesMrs.
Eapy Johnson, Business
prove ra relations would .be money well spent. $1,500 Down Manager
Spacloua Modern Chapei and Slumber Room
In Atlanta, Ga., 311 ministers from 16 denomina-' Many others 236 N.W. 7th Street, Miami, Florida
tions, in a strong manifesto pleaded for reason and FR 9.5381 Phone .PL 4-2857

obedience to law governing racial integration, and preservation Herb Munnings We 'Never'Clone' '
of the public school system- '
They suggested calm leadership from political fie- Real, Estate Broker

, ures in place of the type of "inflamatory utterances which 1530 N.W. 57th Street ;'

has characterized too many public pronouncements." Phone OX ,
1-1985. ,
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The encouragement within churches of "a free and

intelligent discussion of the issues, we confront." I I T1
Appointment of a citizens' commission "to preservethe

harmony of our community.: ", *, .' HaPPl..Af.lJ\f.p! rsarl! i
The Ministers flatly rejected "any suggestion" that .

church propertybe used for school purposes here "as ,a Blanche.CallowaYJ , it '*,l...';,!1
means of circumventing. the law" in the event of Inte- 4.f'.it,.. .. t 1..! "' ;
gration orders. '. '' '... ....... .\..:....

PIONEER MIAMIAN DIES Mrs. Eloise Washington, owner ,of . ,:

Funeral services were held at the Seventh Day Ad- f
ventist Church on Monday afternoon for Charlie Johnson f Mii.SALON !
who died on Nov. 26 at the age of 70. PROUDLY PRESENTS ELOISE (

Mr. Johnson, a native of the Bahamas, came to Miami Alec StephensAnd ,, .
more than 50 years' ag& and was well known in the busi- t. ) t" I
His Mellow( i is pleased to annouce-that: her first'
ness and religious, life of the community. Over the years year "

his business activities included clothing salesman, filling Fellows AN ALL-STAR Plus at the 'Bunche Park Shopping Center has "
station operator real 'estate and manager of a loan as- .
sociation which he organized. REVUE

Surviving are his wife Elizabeth, two sons, Charles AT THE been_ :so: successful/' 'andawfeuld*' .' *. like to
E. Jr:, and Cyril, and daughter, Mrs. Cynthia 0. Olivier. thank 4 <& f
many customers ''for their pat

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Beta Tau Zeta Chapter of Zeta Mrs. Polite served on the com.mlUee .. .. ,
Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., received for Chapter Reports"' and .I! I ''''I rH. f
accolades and awards at the participated In special: : work .
,. recent Southeastern' Regional shop as. discussant Mrs. Wll '
meeting held in Atlanta, Ga.'waa a. member of time 'and : i
during the Thanksgiving weekend place committee. The 1959 reg
lonal will ,be 'held In Charleston, '
S. C. Man Shoots Married GIlr.FriendTOi4l jI

MiamT delegates Ruth- Np Polite T v T7.: .
and Evelyn S. Wlllla ms"have
announced that the fret prize I DO, O. (ANP,) A Mrs Dolores: Stewart, 28, ''was ,she wart ''parated'Ihl e' they
ttophy was received for I out EveningSchool suitor' who objected to the atten wounded In the shoulder and was ,were'' In hh auto Newton fired
standing work on the local level, tlon a we man showed her eR' ilven' hospital treatment. several shots, one of w h IjC h
and, special emphasis, on, the na: Proposes Driver trangrd .husband, shot and 'Horace Newton, 41, police said I struck the women.Newfon I
tional 'project "Preventionand *i wounded the women when ha, ,,t\mg upon 'Mrs. Stewart and her was chargedr"&th&
Control of Juvenile: Delinquency. found them, seated .In a,. parkedcar husband, Marwllles, from whoni, hooting with intent to kin."
." An honorable mention Training lad wefek, ..
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"was also give to the Applications,, are, still (being received THE MIAMI TIMES--'The "Peoplel' Newipuper"SATURDA "l)'
chapter. Susan Harris and May through the Evening Di '
dell Braynon, who were delegates vision of the Northwestern Senior l' f. DECEMBER t' 6, t958. .1 ; i'"ACE 's

from the Miami Amlcae (Friendsof High School for registration In BRANCH ELECTS I ,
Zeta) organization, displayedart
a course In Driver Education.
and craft work created by I !I; :bl : i'l 11 l
.This class jvlll be lo ,adults THURSDAYThe ,
Amlcae open .
I members. For their> unusual I'' I .' I'' .
and artistic display, the 'only and will meet twice per, ,i 'I. . ,
Miami branch of the
Amlcae received an :engravedp week from '
3:30: pm to 6:30:
NAACP_ wl.l hold its annual election I."d': )
and special commendation .
aque / p.m. The registration will be llmIted ;""'
from the Grand Baslleus, to a relatively small class. of officers at' the'resular .r" lli t'f: I
meetln? '"Thursday'night Dec. 11. ;
Dr Deborah C. Partridge. The instruction In this class willfully ,
at 8 p,m. ,at the Afro'American I
'" meet the requirements set ,//M 5'iteir 7llfJ'Ie p : ii"I
Ufe Insurance Co. offices, 840
Mrs. Marian II. Shannon, re forth by the State of F'orida' for :
glonal grammateus, was given the acquisition or driver's II. NW 3rd ave. AH members' are > :
requested to bo present. Please ** JJUlIf ,
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special recognition as one of the cense. A fee of $15,,will be charged f kyuty I
five life members of Zeta Phi for this'Inatrue o note change In meeting date due
Beta who are In the Southeast to th usual meeting" falling too
eastern Region. Mrs Shannon Additional Information regard near the Christmas holidays.

waa also given a token for ten ing this class may be>:obtained .. ,
years of continued service In Regional rr911.t. e office of the Evening \
session. High School PL '5491 betweenthe :The only man who' gotall his !
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L.C.E. Day vas a big success PAGE 6 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1958
at out school. Mr. L. C. E., little
Woodrow Starling a first grader TOPS IN LISTENING ':"_

from Mrs. O. Williams' class CHILD CARE ...
and Miss L. C. L., Mae Linda Afternoon of MusicThe .,'
Jones, a fifth grader from Mrs.E. WUl' care for your children in o THE COLEMAN SHOW
Sands' room graced the Women's Altar Society of my Dome, 6939 NW 20th ave.,
Saint Francis Xavier Church .
throne most beautifully as they phone OX 17694. .
were paid homage by their presents an afternoon of musicon BUTTERBALL SHOW
court and enjoyed viewing "Out- Sunday, Dec 7, four to sir o

crspace." We wish for Mae Linda o'clock. Featuring some of the e LOCAL NEWS WITH ELLIOTT J. PIEZE
talented youth of our community
and Woodrow a very happy year Body Building Gym
while they wear the titles' "Mr. Artists who will appear are: o REV. IRA McCALL .:. i

and Miss L. C. E." For Locka
Choral Society of D. T. Wash Opa

First graders are busy making ington Dorsey High Junior Choral High Group Choral of] Sunday, Dec. 14 at 3:30: p.m. 800 ON YOUR RADIO i

plans for their trip downtown to Group -of Northwestern High at 1995 NW 152nd St. will: bea
visit Santa C'aus and shop for of Zeke Pol tier's .
grand opening
They are also dramatizations and monologuesfrom 1tiK_4c.KKK[C KKKKKKIRKKKKKKkK. IK[KK tKKKKrKKKotK+[KKop
Christmas gifts. D. T. Washington's Dramatic Home Gym. This is just a startto
, ,
forward to having some
looking Zeke will '
Club and vocal and Instrumental something bigger.
of their parents accompany them solos. be rememberd as "Super Zeke"
and share this happy ex perl en co.
for his prowess at body buildingand
will culminate You will afternoon COMMUNITY
Th e Student Council enjoy ,the weight lifting, which he introduced
their good manners project with our community's talented to Nassau on a com I

with an essay contest youth. petltive scale. He was also one U
"Good Manners, What it Meansto I DRUG TORE
of the stalwarts: of St. Agnes
Prizes will ..... .... .;.
me, December 18. - - -- track and field team. Boys, see
be awarded for the best essay. Zeke and one day bo
parents, don't forget our date Sunlight Chatter Box Mr. Miami. you may D13 COR. N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St.

9. This is the night .....
Tuesday, Dec. -------- ----- --
for our last PTA meeting for the L 1 PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLEDCut
principal Miss Cora Lee Humphrey a
year.teachers Our and president children, are counting student at Sunlight would like Civic Theatre Guild Rate Drugs Free Delivery
the to thank all of her fellow: stu
most successful meeting of the dents for participating in the Adult Classes in Dance and
be there affair Friday and also the guest, SEAL TEST ICE CREAM-MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT BILLS
jear. you Williams principal Mr. Taylor, his brief messagewas Drama
'P. ,
encouraging and stimulating, PHONE OXford 1.7515
Everette, reporter I
R. J.
Our models were Miss Yvetta C. M JOLLIVETTE I SR.
B.T.W.: HIGH SCHOOL Williams. Miss Bernice Cam, ( Strnrhnii'H Party Time) II.I. : : : :::
JESSE BLUE bridge, Miss Elva Williams, Mrs. MAMBO CALYPSO CIU' .... .n h n ,, ....". ,..p
By f Sylvia McFord, Mrs. Betty Burroughs CIIA CIIA MODnilN D\N'K:
Seniors will present their annual Mistress of Ceremony IN JAZZ UALLItOOM SOMJ
forum Monday In the audi Mrs. Delgretta Beecham. All are STYLING l'Itl+'..1'.ift.1TIONFOR
torium. The program will featurea students of Sunlight.The MTU <'I.un .\l KO t
symposium composed of seniors CUBAN
school wishes to extendits
who seek to explore the academic
problems growing out of heartfelt sympathy for the Children's Theatre
children and teachers In Chicago.We .
the topic, "The Crisis of American
feel: In 4820 N.W. 27th
Education." A consultant deeply sorrow. .... Ave.

wi I be present to discuss questions We here at Sunlight enjoyedour INFORMATIONPL
from the' audience. Speakers Thanksgiving chicken and COLORED

are Barbara Christie Peggy turkeys and are now preparing 7.8766

Howard Henry Plnkjaey Carolyn for the Christmas and New DIllKCTOH: DON STltACIIAN PSYCHIC 7
Knox. Year's, festivities.
Consultant; James Simmons; "' '''''
Delgretta Beecham, reporter : READER
Consu tant, James Simmons; -
presiding, Willie Green; scriptureand
prayer, George Mitchell; N
music, Senior Chorus.
The Senior Chorus. has started Open dally 9 a.m. 6 p.m. Sat. 9 a.m. 1 pm, PROF w

rehearsal for Its annual Christ 4

mas. Festival. It wll be one 'of Seaboard Medical CenterALSO
the most colorful events of the
. year. Plan to attend the Christmas v
Orange Blossom Classic TimeIs
In the air. Booker T. Washington .
will have the honor of PROP. HUNTIR
2188 N.W. 7th Ave. Phone FR 3.2691
being host to the Fla. A&M band II yow are tick, worried or In trouble this is the
and football team. It will also (Nest to Seaboard
place to com*. Don't star in the
be host to many bands taking rut, push back the
part in the Big Orange Blossom yen 01 bad lack t1 seams to hoW you k you track,

Parade. The time Is almost here and advance forward by the help of God UDder the
when.\ we see the FAMU leadership of Pro/ Hunter
who has SO years of experienot -
Rattlers meet Prairie View of '
Texas. Eugene White, John Glover in spiritualist and occult science. Make jour

,former Tornadoes, will be home happjr. He will show you how to bypass your

in the FAMU uniform. TV REPAIRS enemies and get the things that life demands for you.
The members of the .Yearbook ;
Committee are still working hardto
make this yearbook the best
ever. This cannot be accomplished '
by just the committee, it I NO CHARGEIf
needs the support of the student
body. The first multiple was

mailed this week. Was your organization we can't fix it in your home "
featured therein T
Hats off to the Hl-Y and Y-
Teen clubs for their successful' .* 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.-Sunday 10 to 3

project during Thanksgiving.The :" ,. .
distribution consisted of "
.r '
some 25 baskets and donationsto SERVICE
needy families r e 1

Marie Alford, editor of the Leoat.d .
at HaIr.
new pqohlo studio
school newspaper was guest ata AlL WORK GUARANTEEDPickup ass
Pea"" Road J ...
luncheon on Friday afternoon west ., Halludafe, FJ. ass

sponsored by the Miami News, and ... aortIa.w. ., ... road, 1 aallsl east of 7th a...

which was held: in the executive Delivery-No Charge Carver R........ ..... .... pissed the top 01 tIa.....
dining room of the Miami News
office During the luncheon S pis ... :Jt-.0ffIe0. II.. the dwpl.. Ia has host .1
"The Kinds of Teen-Age Cour .

age" was discussed and many 'AMERICAN PHONO He has fItt7 limes .-.w. .wwww tftaa any elber

Ideas were related about the *TV.CORP.. i ...J..... Y w wtt find Uea !. adraix.d 1. ......
teenagers thoughts abilities. ....
likes and dislikesCALLING
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1 P.M. TIL 4 P.M. t.' p.M. '
Attention all students who
graduated in the class of 1949
and all 'other' Dorsey alumni.
meet at Dorsey Junior
High Please School on Sunday Dec. Tat CALL IN PERSON
American TV
6:00 p.m., room five the old Mono corp. 5417 S.W. 17th SL
library. We would like to
organize and plan for a real Hollywood Fla.
class reunion. Call and notify all 2243 N.W162nd Street NE 5-7225

classmates.Mrs. .
Annette McNealE.
C, Edwards, chairman Our Classified Columns Get Fast Result


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Startles World VI'S GUEST HOUSE '

Nigeria QuestionsGhana's to build Guinea and his govern. area; add Sierra Leone. Nigeria I Day or Week
ment into a power. is looking toward 1960 for its I Efficiency Privilege Mrs Elvira W. Smith, Prop.
$ $ 'Ability In dependence. I
NEW MOVES PLANNED? Phones: OX 1.5343 FR 9.9359

IDADAN, Nigeria (ANP) As tor Nkrumah, the idea is 6393 N.W. 17th Avenue
The recent announcement that' that he Is seeking to expand! Drive Carefully
Ghana the former British
upon the United States' "Afri
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"Gold Coast" - - -
colony which eels ca" program fostered by advisor
brates Its second year of Inde George P, dmore This is definitely
pendence on March 16, 1959 has a gabble, but it Is said that .
entered Into a merger with Gui Nkrumah plans .
some startling
nea, the erstwhile French colony I I 7 /oa6&
moves at the AK; Africa :;
so newly to become Indepndent conference.
has startled the whole of West '
Africa, and Indeed the world. However, neither Nkrumah nor .
v The merger of these two statesIs Toro suggested the possibility
part of a larger program to when I interviewed them two
form a powerful West African weeks earlier.
federation made up of several I This much Is known. Ghana
Independent African states Including has offered a $I'D million loan
some ruled by "foreign" from its cocoa fund (gatheredby I
powers and others bordering 'on Britain during World WarII
Independence. The plan la to ) to Guinea with which< the.
form a sort' of commonwealthwhich latter might make an attempt, to i
would be military a n 'd achieve some stability, economi \ .
economically: strong. cally. Guinea has received no
This Is the' purpose of the All help from France despite Us an-
African conference which opened nouced intentions to maintain
seven-day meeting In Accra, friendly relations with the former
Ghana on Friday Dec. 5. mother country. -


The Ghana-Gulnea merger was In Nigeria, however Informed
announced jointly by Prime Mln- sources close: to Premier Owo- i
ter Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana lowe' of the Western Region
and Sekou Tore of Guinea, during question Ghana's own financial it
the latter' three day rlslte position. They do not believe t
Accra. They said the mergerla Ghana Is equipped to take on + N$
"expected to .conl jttute the the burden of lending financial f
nucleus of a union of West African assistance to povertystrickenGuinea.
states" _

Immediate reaction to this announcement Those sources think a cultural tiry, cS'.w
was one of astonishment and economic approach is the 4 terJ
mingled somewhat with the necessary way to solve the new
ought "Good for them I hope est (and world's 4th) nation's
they can do it: ''but it will be problem. They contend the latter .
tough sledding." approach should be taken before I
The general opinion is that any attempt at political union
Toro, with his treasury empty should occur. Nhr
because France has snubbed his Other- nations being urged tojoin e
country for refusing to go alone ; this proposed West African 'a xv
with De Oau le's 'proposed new (federation include the Ivory
constitution, is desperately seeking Coast, which separates Ghana 1. T : "
a firm foundation upon which and Guinea; Nigeria large In .m

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Courtesy Baa Service Miami 36, Florida I 9

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#. Dt. Elks Prepare for ElectionThanksgiving

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Is over and the prepared to pay up and out for and Informative. Old daughters
AT'LASTI IT'S] HERE daughters of Liberty are now pre 1958.Th. grasp the hands of each other.
paring for the Christmas holidays mid winter conference of Yes, It moans so much to be 'an I
also our annual election of Dt. Elks was very Instructive Elk.
officers. The Christmas Tree as
usual 'will take place the night :ese
before Christmas. A'I'I Daughter
and Dills are urged to send gifts> NOW OPENED .UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
: AL'S for the underprlrlledged, also
' aih donations FLAMINGO SNACK SHOP

Al. daughters are urged to be 421 N.W. 20th StreetThe
present on Tuesday Dec. 18 Prices
Finest Foods at Low
when the election of officers will
be held. The State Association of WE DO CATERING BUSINESS
Record Sundries538'N Daughter Elks held their mid Satisfaction Guaranteed
winter conference .on last Saturday \VK SI'F CiALIZii IN TAKIC OUT BOX ftttHVICK
also a voyage by bus to the Often Mon. Thru Thur. OiSO: .m. to 12 mldnlte
of the State Mother Ida
grave Fri., SaL. Hun., 0:80 a.m. to :2 .m.
M. Register the unveiling of the
..W., 2nd Ave. stone was very touching and a Arthur King Owner
fine tribute to one, who worked,
tolled and will always live In the u __ I
4-- heart of E kdom. Dt. District .
Deputy Marie White delivered
the welcome In behalf of Antlers
Full Line Fresh
of Liberty and Greater Miami CHARLES' POULTRYAnd; and it was well done.

Pastries Our hearts go out to Oversea Fish Market
Temple in the passing of their ,
Daughter Lula McKlnney. No
finer tribute could be paid to bet Quality Live & Dressed Poultry
than what Dt. Hattle I. James
Cakes for Weddingsand said. The Daughter Deputy was ft
present at the funeral and conveyed
s the sympathy of the FRESH FISH DAILY

Birthdays Daughter Elks of Florida. Groceries Meats Fruits Fresh Vegetables
Dt. Mae Tucker is the recipient
of a lovely Pontiac, a gift from ( '
her husband and the Is really BEER AND WINE TO TAKE OUT
Open From 6 sum. to 10 pan.lifesf driving it all around. The Thanksgiving
dance sponsored by the 340'N.W. 16th Terr. Phone FR 41345GuineaGhana
43's18's I.I I.Bills was successful. Quite a
Rereris 33's -
I large crowd attended I daughters of Liberty mast
JOHNNIE WARE Manager be present for their election of BEUVBRY SERVICE w y'' "
j I officers Tuesday Dee. If at S
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8 SATURDAY DECEMBER ,6, 1958i4 Classic SpotlightThe

dynamic saxophonist! and
RCA Victor recording artist /M Mf@A111 C
along with his famous band, fea-
nrnsr the Jumping Jacquet. will

!' >ntertalntuent c 'the highlight at the for huge arter, game com NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St

ortable Dinner Key Auditoriumon
; Saturday night, Dec. 13.
Jl Illinois Jacquet. "King of The
: Tenor Six" Is' widely known ford .
1, a tenor TDRPiwffffl'A '" <
masterful ability as %\
w axophonlst.: which is evidenced .tilt.. .0 .,....1CIHEMAscoP ,
) I II in his wide variety of recordings, llldumoCbdn;'a; ,", ,
I Records, Alladln Rec .' ,
for DTCR
..rds, :Apollo Records, Disc and Diane BREWSTER Deaa! 118 .oJ.,
records -PLUS- i :,.I
Among his greater jazz
are "The King, 'Mutton Leg,"
4n "High Tide" and "Flying Home," "THE BADLANDERS"Alan ;,
M all recorded when he was the
featured soloist with the Count. Ladd, Ernest Borgnine, Katy Jurado
Dasle and Lionel Hampton bands.

His musical genius was, recog SUNDAY MONDAY
'mind by Fucli men,as D u k e
Ellington, Count Baste, Llone)
lampton and! Benny Goodman. much more than American

I1\ In 1946 he went on tour as audiences are,used to
;he star of Norman Xlranz Jazz I
at the Philharmonic concerts and 'seeing of what 23-
nut such a tremendous follow '
ng that he set out with his own 'f year old girls are

outfit in 1947 and in a short ,M made of I" HIJGod
''ime was signed to an
tor Recording contract w.yow..

In spite of his comparatively : "and
short career he has become I
r'ghtful y noted as 'King of The '
Saxophone" created'fAToJD.a'd'

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The home of, Soror Gloria .V S ;Ti:
Hark wathe pwene of Alpha NOTICE I -
(iaininu Chi Sororlt recent AcfepUinee but the"'devil1nvented
Dinner. Officers and members of the
Broward 'Inusel'old of Ruth will have / Jt . Brigitte .Bar dot
The dinner in honor of the 1/ .. .
was '
memorial servicesat eiWHAKOK*USTMMKOIMRIMJUY
\"\\r annual \
pledgrat:; pictured nlx>\e, left to County Temp, 3:30: pm Sunday : -MIIMUIOMlllMfRAW .
right: .Miss Beverly Grant, J Ir". .
Minnie C. James and Mrs\ Mildred NewsBy .
Deeanv.Sorarn ,
where hl'l will spend four weeks
In attendance were i with hh faml'y.. lie expects to AND VIOLENT
Mar) I). Ileftrv, Porto.. ..MartinDclorcH ,-: ft,Mjrn during first.wee c of
the -
. It.. .. llankston_ 'Peg1[:-Walter' Dow I January, -<.. ,- Mttt book feat sold
; : Btn lerK- Hoirie itta: Voodardt: :; .-:.:-. ,3; 4400, *0 tonilcoftJet' !
Junnttji Price Thoniiw+on, Carol I I The ", CWII Fire, .D""Pl1rtnit'nttI' .y .
Je. n Llghtburn, Janet K. Porter Mr. and Mrs, Ronald O. Ferrn II' iu"ot at the horn" of Garnet I,
Areha T. DiAeauv, Helen "'. son of Miami were 'Ktven a Dors: tt, 44th ave and 24th st..
\\lc( }', )J)11t'1L1Thompson and Thanksgiving!! Reunion Dinner Rt I "W on Monday night, AH mem i
Claudia T. Ja'Illtor. Dolor 1'eKK)' the home of their daughter Enid' bera arc asked to be pr-'sen at
Itrliifflor Is baftlletu of the local L, Ferguson of 3817 SW 27th !9 o'clock.
chapter St., Hollywood. Turkey was on STRANGER ,

..1 the menu. Paul. Holmes returned to WashIngton uuiro ?.
Park"after hating been ..JOHN DREW
"dinner .
Quest at the was M u
Bargain Beautiful Christina Miles Lewis of Miami ;llschargod from the Air Force. j BARRYMORErUTA ,
This union Is blfssed with ten Ho Is' pow living with his( par M"'g MILAN.ROBERT BRAY
Home' children and 21 grandchildren. ntH, after spending some timeIn l

Sadly missed was the oldest Chicago ...
Large, corner lot. City water, grandchild, ,EJUot Leroy,.. who '-
ten large' trees, real cool 3-bed- recently left for the Air Force .:Subscribers 'who (all to get TUESDAY ,AND WEDNESDAYI
rooms.> Carporte; separate living And Is stationed at Lackland thflr ''Miami Tlraei '.wl'l 1 please
room, dining room, kitchen, utility Texas. HU dinner was sent air pick up same at Howe's Barber I Shown at 8:55 only
room. Use your lot as a down mall "special" delivery, to him. Shop. i "'" .
paym nt. 2395 NW 68t St:
BARONJE Clarence F. Delancy left last -.,.. 4 RtoN5 Streetcar J
8-1340 Open 35 pm. Friday( Nov. 28, for* Nassau,'
Ui'iC 1t'- Named Desire

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NMYNNMNNNN.NNNNNNMNNM.NNNMNMNM..NMNYAround children for..any activity, and THE MIAMI TIMES 'The Peoples' Newspaper""
has never had a fund raising .
Miami camlpaign, but now they must ex SATURDAY DECEMBER- 6 1958 1'PAGE" 9
: their ,
: ; pand program their' fishIng '
on Elliott and begin
;.I, camp Key
. .
}' .A\I\ By DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDU their Navy for boys. So . \ ', a

.: ----__.-.-....-.-.-_-..-.-.-._._._..__.nn.. _u....NU.M .,._......_..-_._.._..............-.----........ The they Christlanl are sponsoring Brothers a Circus Circus., .
: .. .
I Teacher of The 'Week: Marian which Is now the largest three
'On. : Shannon.SPEAKING. ring circus In existence. The
,, Pour unofjftflcial
dates for this circus are Jan. 9
poll; for vinofficial ':
.. Mayor OF Teachers, David through Jan. 18 and It will be
;,of Miami Slim, Paschal\ will march down the: at NW 12th ave. and 14th st.
't Bannister h & aisle on Christmas Eve with on the Old Miami Country Club'property
r'Ttakf n the lead I Miss Nancy Menchan. He teac '- This date was donatedby
from ClydeKlllens : es at Northwestern, ahe at Dor- the citizens and county commissioners t/W a
with Attorney sey . Policeman Frank Cohen Tickets must ,be sold & Vr
Arrlngton' will leave on Dec. 9 to work for and we are expecting the business
Uncle Sam's Army. men to see to it that-the
,,etui holding
3rd place. The I 'ess fortunate, cripples, orphaned to buy.
children have a chance to see I
tally is as follows: Bannister 27; SUPPOSE XKGROKS were this show You buy tickets, I'll i. *-<
Kl'lens 20; Dr. DavIs 14} Atty. like ants. When I said that, It buy mine, see that your neighbor
Arrlngton 13; Father Gibson 12; sounds funny doesn't it? Well, or colleague:! buy tickets and let's
Bill Kimbro 10; Dr! d. 0. Brown the other day I watched about a "be a city Incorporated ,for the
7; Charles Had;ley 7; Ernest hundred ants get together and Good of Our Children." You
Taylor 4. move a dead roach. These little could even give these tickets for
ants carried this roach away. )\t(f Christmas presents to some child
If you have a seleclon or would one or two ants had tried thisit in your neighborhood. If you
like to add to the tally for one would have been impossible.But have a group or a business, why
of the above named, send a post they got together and moved not sponsor a group of under
card or letter to me In care of him. Now I'll say It again . prlv"..edged children by buyinga
The Miami Times' 6740 NW suppose Negroes were like ants group of tickets. Groups of 20 .
15th ave. The cards are comingin and would work together, we cost $18;, 30 cost $27; 60 cost
Slowly and It's up to you to could move mountains, I say all $45 and 100 cost $90. If your
cast your vote for the man of this to say, let's stop working club or business sponsors 50 ormore 't '
your choice. Remember by pick against each other and being en there will be a special __
ing who you think is the right ,vious of each other and pull together banner over the seat section saying
man, :you are helping yourself. Help one another. It you that these children are sponsored '
know of a job that's open and by you or your companyor
WHEN CIIICKIK HORNM and you can't take it yourself, tell your club. Let's get togetherand ___ :
I arrived in Nassau It was like someone else about it. That Is do something for the kids, .
old home week. Everybody on just one example of how we can and enjoy the expressions of .
the island got the news that lUck together by just trying. It happiness on the faces of kids 0
we would be at the Chez Paul never hurts to be helpful: Think when they see this big circus.
Meeres to do a special show for about Itl! That is the golden rule, Make your check payable to the
Peanuts Taylor We saw Flip "do unto others as you would Jim ,Dooley Fishing Club, 314
Wi eon knocking everybody out have 'them do unto you:?' BIscayne B'vd. (Biscayne Plaza
with his Jokes. All In all, the -- Hotel), and listen to Ed Cook
trip on the S.S. Florida was a LAST FIUDVY night was a and the Butterball. for develop,
pleasant one. I busy night for our boys; at the ments. s
'precinct. One of Eugene Butler's i
THE IIAR MAIDS, everyoneof I cat's was of a Mrs. Frances These children are countingon 'A. 90
them at the NW 6th you. We adults are the ones
held a meeting Beecham on ave., age '
to set the
Sir John Restaurant the other 26, who was cut ,by her common examples for our
night. The Big M, Ida Williams law husband, Jerome Kelor. Mr*. younger g ]\o'alon. Let them ,
see that we behind '
Moore, Mary Smith (Booker T.) Beecham was taken to the can get a r7 PivgLlh1eiea
worthy cause such this
C'audia Clark, Willa Jones and mcrgency ward of Jackson as
Bffle Throckbottom. Seems as if where her condition was report ,
:the Bar Mald. ,"rygoing to get ed fair. This Incident 'happened, .QUICKIE DEt-r: Duly Williams :cq 4..
,.together and .form..a( .;; club l to ao we hear, because she wouldn't Quartet In for the Eden :
. help*"each 'oilier Congratula. give him 'money to go balling.: Roe stint; Eartha KUt at the wfa/f
dons girls Remember, in unity; AmN'lcaDllIuc!. got lucky
there is strength. you know that there are again and had 10 bucks on the '-"""
several thousand Negro boys and winner; Maurice Rocco at t ''h eEl
TOUClttfAN of The Week: girls who are members of the Patio; Arnett Cobb, Jackie BLENDED WHISKEY '90 PROOF (S* GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS >
James C. Stubbs; Pretty Girl of Jim Dooley Fishing Club T T T Wilson and Gatrniouth Brown at THE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY
The Week: Portia Bannister; This club has never charged their the Palm for Classic Week,

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MIAMI TIMES' The Peoples -Newspaper" In Drown and Queen Starr.Dt. .
: Beneath The Atom AppreciationThe Velvla Solomon,

PAGE 10 SATURDAY DECEMBER 6 1958 Bomb of Dt. RulerDt.
officers and members
Vera A. Wilson, Fin Sec.
Dy William Henry Huff for ANP Antlers Temple No. 39 IBPOB of
W take this method to thank all -
I J - Beneath the dread of Atom the Daughters of Elks from West Thank You
bombs Palm Beach to Key: West, who
That's how we live these days helped to make the Midwinter The rector, officers of the
Freedom's. RoadBy We hope the thing wil never fall Planning Conference the glowing Men's Day committee and members
Along of St. Peters African Orthodox -
And jet the old dread stays success that it was.
We wake-up nights from Cathedral, 1725 NW 3rd
RUTH .PERRY Special thanks to the officers court, wish to thank all patronsand
and members of Greater Miami
business establishments for
And think we hear the soundOf
. and Liberty Temple whose com'
I I l I I r I r I pity and of distant screams their cooperation in making our

Sometimes we lose stght of the and other areas, so, too, in this Where peace does\ not abound.: xnlttee worked untiringly.Also Men's Day on Sunday, Nov. 23,
civil rights picture aa a whole particular field, modern methodsof I thanks to Theresa's Flower a success.

and what the complete fight for penology have not been triedor HULA HOOPS 500 quet Shop that for adorned the the beautiful state presl.dent's bou- Special thanks goes out to Attorney -
freedom really means. In the applied very often. Men and L. E. Thomas, our speak.
furor created (by the Supreme women who 'break the law shouldbe TIMES, YOUTH desk er for such an inspiring speech
We would also; like to
Cour decision on desegregationIn punished and pay their debtto
DIES the daughters w'ho' made the which he delivered to the audi-
education, It Is very easy to society. But what good are ence. Also to Miss Jessie Giles
the thatIt
Queen Contest
think of the fight for freedomin prisons If the prisoners come out SHIZUOKA, Japan (ANP) was. First prize was success won by for her effort in this affair.
the brutalized conditions existingIn
just one area by
A 17-year-old Japanese youth Dt. Marie -Norwood who was John D. Williams,
consider other the and bitter against
However, If we prisons,
died this week after
areas, especially In the South, society in general because of Inhuman twirling a crowned Que e"n of Antlers Publicity manager
we realize very forcefully that treatment hula hoop 500 times. Temple. Other prize winners Canon Charles F. Cooper,
were Dts. Irene Thomas, Linda Rector ...
I don't believb real
segregation permeates every we will see Yusakyu Fukushlmft! Wednes-
facet of the Negro's life. Desegregation action taken as long as politic day came home with a report he
applies, of course, to tans are 'allowed to use this area had twirled a hula hoop around ,
education. But desegregationalso as well as others for their pat himself 500 times. He complained xl III p9 I ,7ii ii For FREE Pick-up and "
applies to all other areas In ronage plums and expedient de of a headache. The next nighthe Delivery Service on
which Jim Crow practices 1>erslst. sires. The same situation exists died. Doctors said death was 1.'rescription.SERVIC.E.
This week I want to emphasize here as in other areas whereas due to a ruptured blood vesselIn
especially the prison situation In improvement could be made in a the brain caused by too much r y w,
Florida. 1.-1| very short time if competent and hula hooping. r.,
trained prison officials were allowed DRUG STORE
TIlE PRISON PICTURE to run the prison. Pre
judice, bigotry and racial hatred politics out of Raiford and the k "Prescription Compounding
Following the Raiford story in will persist in southern prisons, other prisons and make them In Specialists"
the newspapers is not pleasant too, as long as incompetent and to modern institutions geared to I i
reading. For even today In the untrained personnel are used. rehabilitating! the inmates into Sundries Gifts

South, most prison systems are WHO, NOW, ARE TilE useful members of society. How Patent Medicines
antiquated, ill-run and peopled SLAVES can action be taken? We qan ;;
with guards and officials manyof register and vote. When we do NL Greeting Cards
whom are sadistic, cruel and this,
The South must .grow up in we can elect progressive of-
The idea of treatingseemsnealien 1240 N.W. 3rd Ave.
prejudiced. ficials
many other areas besides the they are local or
a liumane mlanner state. Let's do SIDNEY T. COX I''
field of education. Housing something about
to most Southern prison reform, slum clearance, Raiford. It has been a disgracetoo Registered' Pharmacist" Phone FRanklin 3.2932 I
and the modern I
prison officials rehabilitating, prisoners unequal job opportunities, segregatkxn long.
concept in_public facilities all .
into good citizens for their .... .
after their these things need to be broughtInto /JIInil' .laITal. I \1m 7IR 71IIt 711r111! { 7m JDrJm1II1JIIt 111I\111InIn II1n 111I\DIn 111IIAI\,..,' _..
into society 7'
re-entry line with modern ideas, ,
stretch has ended, Is
methods and thought Who
probably thought of In most really the slaves these days? I
Southern prisons as coddling and think White Southerners. who
babying the Inmates. persist in their $20' IMiami's
and out-moded tea Weekly
Florida is no exception, dltlons, their ante-bellum customs I
the name of Raiford has .
prejudice and their!
for nortw.o
very badly not one year,
bigotry, are the modern slaves.
but for many rears.,Aa long
ten twelve Sars, the Shacklesdo not make a slave, .
ago as or y '
same facts appeared in investigations necessarily, but the wrong ideas, Most DesirableFURNISHED I
of Raiford. Brutality, In thought and action
human and sadistic guards, little can weigh much heavier than actual -
or no rehabilitation of prisonerswas iron chains. Segregationist
the story then as it Is ,today. these days in the South are '
This condition applies to all bowed down with the burden ot APTS.
prejudice, southern tradition and
prisoners, White as well as Negro
The situation Is bad for all, in many Instances, actual brutalIty .
but for the Negro prisoner in the and inhumanity toward Ne-
South we' know all to well groes. These things are the rea
that if conditions are bad for shackles which encompass a 2474 JV.W. 58th. Street
White men and women prisoners man's heart and naiad and soul.
. .... ,
for Negroes the situation Is de If the South is t o progress, ",."'.
plorable, terrible and ,brutal. economically and in every other rII ; : "

WHY NOT AcmON1It way, It must at long last takea ; '
sober, appraising look at some I .' .
Is significant I think, thatas other things besides education.
the South has lagged behind Action can be taken If Floridians T': L' .
other aections of the U. S. in want to take It. It would be a "
schooling, economic development fine thing, wouldn't It, to take '-. .. ,. . I

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Hope Women Aaron D. Hall, pastor I DECEMBER 6, 1358 PAGE' 11
Ernestine I.. Hambrick, reporter

We are happiest In the Lorrt

Raise $3,091 work when we are so busy that I I ST. FRANCIS XAVIER .
we don't even think of happiness.I
Members were busy welcomingour N.W. 4th Ave. and 18th Terr.
Phone FR 9-1424 ASTHMATICSWant
r paetor back last week after
Services on last Sunday were attending the district conference MASSES
at the spiritual and heartwarming BETHANY BAPTIST which was held, in Tampa. Dally ................................. 8 cm simple, effective! relief
best throughout the day, Sunday ........ 7 a.m. & 8:30: BJn from choking, racking bran
particularly- so because the wo 3078 N.W. 45th St. You are urged to come out chlal asthma spasm? Get genuIne -

men of the church were In Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor all day Sunday. The holy com ST. MATTHEW AMEZ Dreatheasy" lee what yon
charge while observing their Sunday School ......_ 9.30 ... munion will be administered at have been missing.. There's no
third annual Woman's Day. Our Morning Service .___ 11om., both morning and evening ser 1628 N.W. 6th Ave. substitute for original Breath
sincere thanks to the Almighty BTU ._.._......_._....._ 5.30 p.m vices. Rev. A.-H. Ferguson, pastor easy Inhalant and nebulizing sot
God that the Woman's Day Evening Service ............ 7.30 pan Choir No. 1 will be In charge Sunday School............... 9:45 ajno, Get comfort by breathing. Guar .
Prayer Service Morning Worship ............ 11 I.m. anteed.
Thurs. 7:30 of class meeting on Tuesday
program was a success and as p.m
Evening worship ............ 7:30 p.m.
usual the women raised more<< night.
money on their day than the GREATER NEW BETHELRev. J A J DRUG DE1T. STORE
Youth Fellowship is held each
men on their particular day. W. K. Smith, pastor Wednesday night at 7:30: in the Drive'

The total amount of money Mrs. R. Conley clerk church basement. You are urged Carefully
as a parent to send childto
raised on Men's Day was $2,942 Our pastor, second vice -moderator these .
and the amount raised by the of the Seaboard Baptist Association meetings.Mr.

... women was $3,091.65. The most of Florida, was attend Butler, superintendent of
wonderful part of the programwas ing the Ministers and Deacons the Sunday School Is urging you
the way the women carried Union Sunday to carry on at. to send your child to Sunday DORCHAInc.Meal
out the services beginning with Greater Bethel was our own Rev.C School each Sunday. Train t he .
the Sunday School.In McCray who delivered theniorning child when he Is young and '

the message on the subject when he is old it' will not depart. .
morning services we "God And Man. His text was from adults
him. Moru are Invited
were highly; inspired by M 1 s tt taken from the 2nd chapter of to come out and share in Estate Rentals
Gloria Braynon and her wonder.
Genesis and the 7th verse. Sunday School.
ful message, "Women Who Walk
With God." Miss Braynon spoke Rev. McClary'e evening message I would like to take this op -'..:.

most brilliantly and. I am sure was taken from the 3rd portunity to congratulate my son,
that the words and their chapter of St. Matthew and the F. Well, upon winning first prizeIn
meaning'will long be remembered 14th verse. His subject was "It't the Junior Bible quiz and Miss y009 N.W. 2nd Ave.
In the hearts and minds of Important! to be Baptised." Minerva Hlggs. first prize in the

both men, women and children Following the evening message Senior quiz which was held at
who, were present.At a baptismal ceremony was the church of brotherhood

7:00 o'clock held In the church pool for the You are urged to pray for and Phone FR 4-0028-FR 4-3853
our women
nine candidates. visit the sick.Advertise.
took over again fo close out

their day. The subject for the Greater New Bethel has turn MIAMI 36 FLORIDA
evening message was "Women' ed Its mind' toward the interest ,
Role in Rendering Christian 'of the most celebrated holiday, = It Pays! \
Service" and it was most inspiringly Christmas: The Sunday School I

interpretated by Mrs. has already gotten their Christmas -.
Louise Culver, I would person I rehearsal In progress.On .
ally like to praise the womenof -
our church for their fine the sick list Ls Sister Addle

works and to Sister Willie Mae Thomas, who is In the Jackson .......
Denson, later Willie Mae )Williams Memorial Hospital. Prayers are 2 GREATPresent T ,__ ,II .. .' I
Slater Ruth Scott, Slater being offered in faith that she \ '
Mary Alice Blackman and all of I be risen up in health.TRIUMPH Thrill Packed

the captains and member of the
Woman's Day Program I want CHURCH f Football From Whistle

you to know that our hats are x Prince II. Mobley, pastor m4l to Whistle
off to for realize how
we "
you '
Sister C. McKinney, reporter
hard you have worked, struggledand H" fOR THE NATIONAL NEGRO COLLEGIATE/ CHAMPIONSHIP/ ; 1
sometimes almost cried to Parables"
"Teaching by was
help make this Woman's Day the subject of the School of (',.;"

program a success. You have I Wisdom on Sunday past. Lesson .,.. ".
succeeded and we would like ter found Mark 4134.: Memoryverse ... ,-
you to know that the men of and devotional reading was '
the church are proud of you. found In James 1:22: and Mat. : '... !
thew 131017.: The lesson was 0 : ',.N'4't'J:
Sister Ruth Scott, the pianist i ,
beautifully by .
very open up
for the No. :2 choir was crowned .
Mother Marshall and discussed $
Mrs. New Hope tor the year of
by the classes. At the closing of
1968, having raised the most the school there was prayer. 2 r 26th ANNUALORA.NGE
money, $244. Sister Anne L.
Stephens was her attendant,' haY' The VPE Band was at its best
ing raised the second largest as usual. "Faith In Christ" was r
amount, $197.45. These two the subject of the lesson. The r
ladies will reign as Mrs. New I Scripture was found Mark 6:21:
Hope and Attendant until the 43. It was very wonderfully discussed BLOSSO__

Woman's Day program of 1959. by the president, Bro.R. 4 7
Vandell Bovan, secretary L. Moultry. A swell program ,
Rev. /. E. Brown: pastor was rendered after the lesson ; , CLASSEC: I
The evening devotional service ,
conducted by Bro. Cio
was M .
Edwards and the expression ser I

LOTS FOR. SALE vice was opened by Mother Mar- 4 1957 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS
Easy Term shall and many others followed.Rev. x

Build on your lot Gloater gavethe messagefor FL0RIDA A &M UNIVERSITY

OP MMfi0 the evening. Ills subject was VI'IAIIiE

We take care of financial "An Amateur Runner "Becomesa z,F sm
Professional Runner. Hebrew VIEW '
,. :
lot or All roads will lead to Triumphon
Cash paid for your ,
that time our *
Dec. 10-14. At ,rC
home annual meeting, will be In progress 'Is RESERVED SEATS. $200' $3,00PWR
Baron, JE 8-1340 The church Is located at
1762 N.W. lit Ct.JAMES'.

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5 & lOc STORE

1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481: . .


CHOICE Community Drug Store

SEATS 6750 N.W. 15th Are.
LAYAWAY $1.00Cowboy
4 NOW. .
Hat 1.10 Mary Elizabeth: Hotel
8.75 WSO
Dolls-1.49, 2.98; ,

Gun Ilolster Set. .97 8-05 DlsfaM . &D8 Grand.Drug* 642 N.W. 2nd Are.H. .
Drams .
Cowboy Salts, 1.98 "
3640 Grand Are.
Union skates, push toys, Xmas Ughts x- user mad deco-
box handkerchief. toy kite R. PprferUff But
raters wreath, glassware, *, ,
thmI,. blackboards?& ..d Hume kits, topw, pboDo -apba, *' North Travel Bureau Florid AJkM

pr..o, 0m, football., helmet. track, tractors,, d1IJ4rea. 1104 N.W. 3rd ATSAT.NITE .. r 'aNw>hwMy

clothing, hats, gloves, dress material, timpHdtr pates
then J1rL'II"a.m. till 7.15tlil
money orders sold every day-Hon.
pjnv-CIoeed Sunday-* to dmrch.
pJII.r--.oSal. 9 ''PANGNew

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rowlng/relatfv s and friends ..*:
'TNE' MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper" I I IN MEMORIAM" Mrs.. .L'auraMassie": The. funeral 'pfbcession will

of .;.f..! :'eave"trout' the sister's home,
SATURDAY DECEMBER 6 1958 In sad but loving memory .
PAGE 12 I our, dear mother and grand R..omerolea; Mrs. Rebecca Bethel, 216" <)."'NW
mother u___,",u_______.___.___ ., 5th Sf.. at 115 '.pjn. ,, j j,1. j
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n The family of the late family of the 'ate, I

Wishes to thank their many wish to thank its many friends
friends for? comforting exprea for cards, floras: telegrams': and

lion,;. of sympathy during their other tokens! of sympathy during 4
hours of bereavement. Its bereavement. Special thanks' I

!Special thanks to our pastor, to the pastor and all the au xII:

Bishop A. M. Cohen, the mem, lanes of Seventh 'Day Adventist
bars of the Church of God In Church, the choirs and the Francis b

Christ, the Ohurches of God In Funeral Home. I f :
Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson wife
Christ throughout Eastern' Fla, 4
and Children
the neighbors of 6th ave. and 6th

court, the faculty of Holmes I

Elementary and Lanier Elemen I
tary in Hollywood, the Range

Funeral 'Home for efficient ser sad but loving memory of > .. .- -- -........._ _
vice, the many donore of cars. MRS THOMASINA MINGO t
Funera services for he late,
The Family vho departed this life Dec. 8, "'lf N
Mrs. Laura "Mlssle" Romero
1953lve!) .
""' MRS. NELLIE WILSONwho will be held on Saturday, Dec 6, Mrs. Annie Bell Smith, 1960
CARD OF THANKS years have gone departed this life Dec. 6, at St. Mary's Wesleyan Method NW 56th St. died Monday, Dec
Since have walked the last
you 1962. ist Church* 2 o'clock p.m. with 2 at her home after: a long ill
l i s -It WF, mile of the way Remembrance is the rose that the Rev. E. A. Culmer offlclat ness. Funeral services will be
blooms ing. Range Funeral HomeIs incharge. held from Mt. Zion Baptist
And take rest
your Eternal year by year Church Monday, Dec. 8, JJ30p
Loves We loved you but Jesus Sweet memories clinging to. the The, body will remain in state .m. with Rev E. T. Graham officiating

Mrs. E. Wromas heart M fie funeral home from early Mrs. Smith is survivedby
Keep loved ones ever near; Friday afternoon until duneral I a husband, Herscb ell, four
foster daughter The tender thoughts lingeron "
and grand children time Saturday brothers four sisters and many
other relatives and friends. Range
Are links that ever bind Mrs. Romero has been Ill overa Funeral Home is in charge.
Our loved one who has gone I period of four years. She be,
kik9' ahead came ill severa' week f"

sad but loving memory of With.' those they leave behind ago, and was rushed to Jackson "Mommy," cried a four year

our' deaf ,mother and grand. Sadly missed Memorial Hospital where she old, "don't you think it was nice
mother, Rev C. J. Burneyf son died Friday night Nov 28. at of the shepherds to get all

,. Lindsey C. Burney, son 9:45: p.m.'Survivors. 1 cleaned up before they went to
"i( it 91 Moszella Cooper, daughter see the baby Jesus?"
; """ are a ,
Hattie M. McCutty, daughterIris "What do you mean?"
:t 1ft f"W Crispin, two stepdaughters, Mrs:
E. Taylor, daughterSam Dorothy McGhaney, and Mrs. "Well, you know that song,
Walker grandson 'While shepherds washed their
Jennie Roker; two stepsons,
Brunell Holland socks "
} Henry and Edward of New York by night.

; ; 1f" grand daughter City, three, !sisters,.. Mrs. Rebecca
ta '
\ < Carolyn Taylor, 'grand Dght.:I
) "
; Bullard Bethel of this city, Mrs. .
Lillian Fuller, grand Dght.
., Arlmentha Qulntyne, and ,Mrs! I
Susan Johnson brother
v- one 1 R
(leorge Johnson all of Nassau

The family of ':Mrs. Bertha. ..".,.. .:.'; .'."., DEATHSRange Bahamas, seven grandchildren, .r
Redmond wishes to expresS* its ; several aunts and uncles, a host
appreciation. and sincere gratitude ., :;;' of nieces'/nephews; in laws- sor-

for the many kindnessesand "' w --- ...; .......... -
remembrances rendered ".
them during her illness and . stores .throughout the South.
death. We pray God's bjesslng ThoMas 'Gllllam of 789 NW In his ear'ier'' years, Mr. Fen-

upon you one and all. 64th St., died at Jackson Memo dall was known as a baseball

Signed* Willie Redmond, rial Hospital;: on' Nov 97 ',following umpire, and :was one 6f the first
husband a short period of illness Mr. Negroes to umpire a game In

Ruth Jefferson, daughter Gilliam was a well known Miami- Yankee Stadium. He was also WITHmIw
an, having owned and operated acclaimed as the finest Negro
Gllllam's; Derbecue located in the billiard player; in the south in

CARD OF THANKSThe area of .NJV 8th ,atti and '2nd ave. the late twenties' and early thir Kane

His survivor* Includes his wife, ties.
family of the late MRS WILLIE MAE LURRY Gloria, three daughters, his
who passed! on Dec. 3,. 1967. father,. bevel brothers and A veteran?,of Word: ar I, Inwhich' !
Vassle Mackey, daughter other relatives. lie served In the Battery
Henry and Maebelje, Casual Detachment, Mr.., Fendall I '
Funeral'services conducted
grand children were 'Is survived by his wife, Lillian, COMMUNITY
4e4 at Greater* Bethel' AME of .1403 .Orange Ave., and a son. DRUGS.
L Church on Tuesday.;'""Dec 2; Ralph of New' York City 6750 NW. 15th Ave.

IN Burial was held, at .Evergreen. : 1 .
MEMORIAMIn Cemetery c.:* *r'r -
"; _

our dear sad but husband loving, father memory and ot< Mrs. Laura+ Loretta Romero of J B.. Solomon Funeral Hone '

grandfather, 1318 NW. 63rd street, died at ,
Jackson Memorial JlotpUal on .
wt': \ .--o''f": I. Nov.' 28 fol.owlng 'tn extendedperiod (Established 128))
of illness .She la survived ,:',

by her .husband, Crispin Romero, Dignified, .Personal, Courteous Service

t't\ a sls\ert Rebecca Bethel and several
: other sisters of Nassau. Services Funerals Within Range of Each Budget
will be conducted on Saturday .

Dec.. 6 at St. Mary's Wes
leyan Methodist Church at 2:00
p.m. with the Rev. E. A. Culmer

i 1i'f S officiating Burial will be held at 315 N.W.16th, Street Pl>. FR 3.1440
1 Lincoln Memorial Cemetery
1 I Mr*. Annie pell Smith of 1960

: ..'>Jt4 NW 56th St., died at her resl

CHARLES BETHEL dence' on Dec. 2,. Mrs.. Smith was ATTENTION NEW OPENING

wishes to express its apprecfla. an employee of the Dade County FIRST TIME IN, MIAMI
School Board. She' taught at
tion for the kindness and x I LADY ,
special Dunbar for a number of years ( FROM CENTER HILL)
consideration shown during Us
fit. ahd more recently at Liberty City
bereavement. We wish to
special thanks to Francis Funeral Elementary School.
fi'p MADAM
Home, Fr Theodore Gibson, 'l,S SrviCf8 will be conducted on J
Marvin Stevens, Pan.American Dee. 8 at 3:30: pm. at Mt. Zion

. Employees, Dispatch Porters, the Baptist Church.. Rev, Edward T. PALMIST AND ADVISERIf
.ommlasjry, eglonalre Post 281, will officiate
the Honor Guard of Homestead you need help to overcome Bad

1 Air Force Base for their untiring
Lucjc, Spells or Evil If you
and loyal services. We also KID MASON .

..wish to thank the many friends seem, %Jo be crossed in Luck, Sick in body or mind . .
wbo sent cards of condolences, DIES AT TAMPAKid I CAN AND WILL HELP YOU! ,.'

floral pieces, donations. and tele Mason Feudal. beloved Has the one you {love changed? I can tell you why!

grams.Mrs.. Olga Bethel, wife Tampa sportsman and operatorof Let me explain higher powers to you now. I do what

Ellen and Mona, Dghts. a variety store on Cenrtal others claim to do. *
Ave.. died last Monday night at
w Gives
REV PHILLIP B. IIEROUTWho 11:25 p.m. at Bay Tinea Hospt' you your Lucky Days and your Lucky Num
(KEEP HAIR FROM departed this life on Dec. bers. Satisfaction guaranteed.

GOING BACK 5, 1955. tal.Mr.. Feudal, 68, came to Tampa -, Come,let me make you Lucky, Happy and Successful

"rKOILCMII..AAIN.. Gone, .but not forgotten 40 years ago from Savannah,
rtMATKW..NOTMNO 00MORCHAIBCOINO.ACK AfriCT A VONMRrVL "Servant of God, well done; 3a., and opened his variety .store Open Dally and Sunday-Hours 9 '..m, to 8 p.m ,

y ..ATCA....'IOva UtrCLLCNT NAB OUT rCUULAMMCUINOOlL TIM: AND llUMEI fOR..MAB... Rest from'thy. 'loved employ" which became a rendezvous for Readings for Colored and White
.. M NATURALLY ort AND HOT f.CAlTKMULAN Mrs. Jane Eo c Herout
BCMAM of the celebrities BUS NO. 15
I tAM RAM tUICOHC.Mil TOUR..AUTICIAM'OR' AnCh Family in thecountry. slogan

sNDDaUTIrr 1f,A; ii1SVi ii\A1 "Kid Mason's The Name, Plea Permanently Located

i "' sure the Same" became a 2590
jr : N.W. 27th
'I'" 4R '' .' Ave. Miami. Fla.
landmark qnCentral' Ave Is
i OIL Advertise. \I :Fa } .. and :"h "' . .;1 .. ,
V .NK1. ...ftI.! -r- ;. ,.I:' ;reporttdlT .wd. , '(. ;;;mwiy .otter 0 '


Personal MentionWilbert
::' :' J .'Pastor wishes to congratu-- MONROE MUSIC HOUSE I
'ate and thank the senior choir Stevens SDI USN, re I Everything in Gospel Music.
and ushers' board for motoring turned Sunday off a seven-week Everything!: for the Onur h..
to West Palm Beach last Sunday cruise aboard the U.S. Leyte. He Hymnals, Furniture, 1959 Com
to render service at the Ministers spent a few days with his wife, mentarles., Mall orders promptly
and Deacons' Union of At. Mrs. Verdell Stevens In Opa filled. 242 NW 8th St.. Apt. 5..
'antic Coast, Baptist Association Locka and returned f. his FR 36493. Miami 36, Fla.
'/<.. squadron detachment at JC".e y U+ D13
West. I .. ..
First Sunday services 'will feature ---- -- -.- -
baptism at 11 a.m. The' .... ". _. ....
Lord's. Supper will be administered .. II
both*"morning and evening.: '

; r TERRAZZO r* 'WORD.- Sf?'r> I .. I The, Parents choirs',are will urged.sing send 1- HOOf CleaningSouthland

.. ...'.. , Wanted I their'children 'out'on time to rehearse
All types of terrazzo/ work Porters with Beach 'for: the Christmas cantata I .
R .
grinding sealing A. l Robinson' Experience ..........!...._.. $50 ,' : '." j
2452 NW Beth St!,,. Drowar d Maintenance handy men .... $50 1'-. '
County 409 'NW' 8th Ave., Ft. Live In 'cooks MT. CALVARY .BAPTIST Cleaners'
Lauderdale. '. Dl I Housekeepers .....,?."???... $6 0 "
Rev: 'Thomas
Maids, nurse maids .... $35 $40 'Ei.M. pastor
<< You always receive op 'dollar" Phyllis My'era,. reporterWe
FOR RENT when you deal thru Reliable' began' our service with the 627 N.W. 2nd Avenue

agent. Sunday, School which started at .
NICELY FURNISHED wttUfencies Reliable Employment: (Mrs. Mac) the uiual\ hour, with the super ,.
as low as $16. Also room 432 Espanola, Miami Beach intendent In' charge. All teacher
for rent. Call FA 4-2213 1520 D6 were present and each class hada ..
NW 7th St., FAN JEWELL'fcUEST large attendance. *
Job for the
'URNISHED I OpeningsThe The devotions morningwas
2-bdroom apart- led by Deacon Smith. The
Greater Miami Urban '. THREE APARTMENTS .., ,
meht7. XlJ :ta'"bMy. Located fnLiberty League announces Job 'opportunl, music was furnished' by the No. 'tOne '
City 1577 NW 70th st ties for the following positions: 2 choir who.sang wonderful. Rev. Bedroom 'and Three Bedrooms
For Information call NA 1-6654. Fle'd Representative Stephens who has been very ill,
St. James 5:16, ' '11 '''
Incinerator High Pressure Boil preaohed PRICE $5,500 .'
NICE FURNISHED room In er Operator subject "Righteous Prayer."
Dunche Park'section of 0 p a Treatment Plant Mechanic
At '3 p.m. we had a programby $1,000 DOWN
Locka. For man
single only. For Staff Writer (female)
the No. 1 Deaconess Board
information call NA 16654. Security Officer I
for their president,. Mrs. Llllie
'. Police OfficerRamp 1474 'N.W.5th Avenue Phone FR 1.1493
Brooks' 16th anniversary. And It
APT. New buildingwith ClerkAuthmotlve' '
shower and bathtub. $15 Mechanic was very good. Easy Terms
weekly. 524 NW 22nd St. Phone Welder Sunday night the devotional "
FR 93576. Mason service was conducted by Deacon .
Photographic Laboratory Technician Bealum. The music was furnish. r
STORE IDEAL location f o r (motion picture) ed' by the No. 1 choir which
laundry pickup or sandwich Junior ScientistFor sang wonderful as usual. The
shop 1998 NW 4th ave., Miss detail Information regard. pastor ,gave a short lecture.
Carey. Ing the above jobs contact II.i FOR RENT
i Allen Wheatley Jr., of< the Great Let us remember the sick and
ROOM. Private entrance, call ?r Miami Urban eague locatedat those in need of help. The pub 2-Bedroom Apartment $7.00 Per Week
OX 11690. 1032 NW 69th St. 395 NW First St. or call FR1.6f76' lie Is 'always welcome to como
: V and worship with us at any time FOR ADULTS ONLY
APARTMENT. One bedroom, rear
apt. $15 per week 2331 NW Arch Creek Colored Subdivision at N.E. 120th St.

55th St.ROOD RECONDITIONED TV SPECIALS at 12th Ave., just west of East Coast Railroad
Village of Biscayne Park
For a refined single man.

A nice room for a' nice person. 17 in. ConSole ......................... ....' 6t.H-..,........... $29.95. See ,Rufus Washington-Apt. 16

Near 1261 buses NW 57th and shopping St., phone center.FR 21 in. Table Model ......I.j .........>:..:.............:..... 49.95 .

1-3215. 20, in. Console ..................:":::.*..::;.;.'................. 39.95 _

COMPLETELY furnished i4>ed-; 12 in.J Console ........................',,..... ,.................. 14.95 !

room house. For Information New Portable Radio-phono combo ................ '29.95
apply at 1867 NW 58th St. or
call NE 5-6905. You can save 50% on your TV repair bill by bringing. TOO FAT ?

Your set inSOOTIN'S .,
ROOM at '2114-; NW 56th St.
Phone Ne 5-2852.) ' GAINING WEIGHT TOO FAST?

Et'F.ICI cY..1.1887. NW 0th TV (Since 1934) Lose Those EXTRA Inches NOW
St. Call PL 4-7476 or MU

89476. CALL NOW 321 N.W. 3rd Ave. Ph. FR 3-1589 Big SPOT REDUCING Save

24 years of reliable service in this conunuriltySHELL CLASSIC HOLIDAY SPECIAL

FOR, SALE... Series of (6) Treatments $28 00
1. (DUPLICATE SERIES 50 cents) -

Park.details.See 1369 Arthur NW C.68th Blatch Terrace.for Beginning Nov. 15 Thru Dec. 10

Phone. PL 1-8624., Jndf50x150 ((2 p.m. to 10 p.m.) '

on S.E. 2nd Ct. East of SJE. 1$, Heath
Terr. Terms. Call Miami FRanklin Reactivation

TWO 7-4812 FAMILY HOMEi: Lot llffr lade Service Station Center .

110. By owner fl60 NW 65thTerr. 276 N.W. 6th St. (Suite 118) .

. ... .
HOUSE. Two frame op one lpt.

TELEVISION.Takes 'Cash. .2331'2l"lnch"screen.NW 55th St.. :16195 N.W. 22nd Ave. h

Sale price $3 5. Phow NEwton
3.274 O.'Party.
(Comer 62nd STREET)
didn't 'get money . Auto Liability
call again . Sacrificing my 2< .
bedroom CDS home in nice sec
tion for $600 down and you pick BATTERIES TIRES AUTO
up the notes. Call NE 5-4066 between Insurance
9 a.m. .and 8 p-m. :
LOT Reasonable price. Nassau At the request of many of our customers, we are
Village, Front Wolf Road. Bethel : 7 A.M. 'TILL 11 P.M. pleased to announce the opening of our Office No. 2 '
Sundries, 6828 NW 18th 'are. I Office is locatedin
; for resident the Opa area.
e '' .
Phone OX 18765. : Y t A
Wash the '.'
Lubrication Grease -
20th St. and 4th Are. 1 baslneM '
place for either clothes pickup, Road Service NE 59139This Booth No. 17. W will be open at this new office
radio shop two-chair barber 7 day a week. Business, as usual at our main office .
shop office space. Upper f'oor at 645 N.W. 36th Street. Policies start *. low as
room quiet. All modernly $39.30 cash or ,12.00 down.
equipped Inquire 1990 NW 4th

are. or call FR 3-3825. ad and five gallons of gas entitles...69 .It SERVICE FIRST MS.. AGENCY ,

FOR SALE you to a Lubrication job for only 'I-
Auto Liability Insurance For EveryonePay
DY OWNER 2 bedroom house,
furnished also cottage on cornel KENNETH", WILLIAMS, Prop. as You Ride.t
lot to be appreciated "J
must be seen 7
1395 NW 58th terr. R. H. -V :

Neldengaxd. Phone PL l-0877x, I s-:: ....... ..



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THE MIAMI TIMES--"The People Newspaper"PAGE Beautiful Home


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I see where a federal court rul ON SPOT +
Ing'knocked the props out of a
Good Morning JudgeNews law which prohibited sports
competition between White and Marian Anderson, world fa
and U. S. dele
Colored athletes in Louisiana, mouscontralto,
From ,Miami' Municipal Precinct Court This may raise cain in the Sugar gate to the United Nations, de t
Year's Day, clined on Wednesday to state Complete building
JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON, PresidingBy Bowl on New
but It sounds sweet to my ears, her stand on a U. S. policy on PLANNING .
Elliott J. Pieze, Times Staff Writer throat.It .
and brings a lump to my Africa.
... .--...- ...... ..... ..... -- ...... .-- Louis- .BUILDING
--" is strange that the The plan she opposed calls for FINANCING
Another total of 80 cases was and battery with hands on officer lanlans don t realize their discrimination a special session of the General' Your New Horns :',.
listed for trial in Municipal John Westmoreland fined against the Colored Assembly to deal with the
Court Monday morning Nov. 24 $125 or 50 days on the two athlete is a discrimination Cameroons, a U. N. trust terrl REPAIRINGREMODELING -
Under the new system with the charges. against themselves. They, are denying tory In .Africa due to become independent .
local court, not more than 80 themselves the best in In 19(0.
Houston and M. H. S RENOVATING
Elvina L.
cases will be scheduled for trial sports, and also losing m u o h
Houston (husband and wife) keeping many fine : Several Asiatic and African
single day. revenue by
on any Years .f
both charged with disorderly in disagreed with her Over Twenty
Somewhat disturbing was the .. athletes from performing delegates
case of Joseph Haynes and Mrs. conduct by creating a disturbance their state, ,As an example, lets when she -spoke In a trusteesnlp Construction Experience
Ruby Mae Brown both of 1130 fined $15 or six days look at what's happened in the committee meeting. They re Guaranteed! ftstosfactlon .
NW 62nd St., apt. 9. Haynes was each. 1 Big Leagues since the influx of spected her but disagreed with
charged with assault and bat James Smith charged with dis Colored players; Baseball was the U. S. Tlew. Miss Anderson replied C l (3
tery with a chair on Mrs. Brown I orderly conduct by loitering, fined j 1 1 dying and Colored blood was Injected briefly:

and Mrs. Brown was charged in $5.00 or two day*. 'I to, give it renewed life. .. "There Is no one in the room JOaDaR4(! ,9ra.
of offenses, including: assaultof I[ have'alw ys believed the Ne- who Is more Interested In the
effenses, including: assault Roosevelt Johnson, charged gro was .given entry into the major people whose' fate we are tryingto NE 5-6171
Haynes drunk :with assault and battery with leagues only because better
with a gun on I determine than I. Like many
and disorderly conduct creatinga hands on Daisy Johnson, fined talent was needed to revitalizethe of the representatives I am a 1121 N.W. 29th Street
disturbance and with assault ; $50 or 20 days. game, and the Negro had I member of an instructed delegation Miami

and battery with- teeth on Tommie Lee Stanley, charged it., and- we are here to carry ,
Haynes. with assault and is needed out what is wanted; otherwise
battery on What greater proof
incident\ about
occurred "
8:30:The Sunday morning at the Cressle Hanley, fined $60 or 20 than the results of the MOil t we woud: not be here. NOTICEAll
days. Valuable Awards In
home where Haynes and Mrs. Delegates to the UN are usual.
National this ? It
League year
Brown live. President Klag, and Christine. who in ly> instructed by their governments Churcb notices MUST be
1-2-3 to the Negro,
was ,
and have the privilege of' double
Mrs. Brown told tne court Dowdell, both charged with disorderly more ways than one, brought typewritten spaced
that Haynes and his wife live conduct by creating a 'color" refustn to speak in favor of I and on one sheet, of paper. Copy
with her as roomers. Mrs. disturbance, both fined $15 or Louisiana (and other states) any iss! e wit i which they disagree MUST be Into our office by 8
sIx days. ; !Jut this is always a sec- p.m. Tuesday of each week to
Brown added that Haynes and could learn a lesson from this ret!
Insure Insertion. -Church Editor.
his wife jumped on and beat her James Smith, charged with but I don't think they will, until
for nothing Sunday morning. carrying a concealed weapona some day the people will awaken -I
Haynes denied hitting Mrs. ( knife) lined $50 or '20 days. and overwhelm the real mi
Brown and declared that Mrs. nority of the South the Ra OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOUSEE
Brown attacked him, first, then George Washington Reese cist. He looks big now, but so
drew a gun and a knife on him charged with carrying concealed does a bully until people standup THE :LOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
and deliberately bit him duringa weapon (a knife') fined $50 or to him. Then we'll find him
tussle. Hanyes said Mrs. 20 days. just as small; in stature as he la PSYCHIC READER
Brown really put on a scene and spiritually
that he was only defending himself
when he warded her off i To me, the rise of the Negroin
with a chair. Judge Johnson J. B. SMITH athletics (and in other fielder
said the whole matter seemed is an illustration of the work
to be very silly to him and could ELECTRICSERVICE ings of the law of supply and
easily have been avoided. The demand. The public demands the
judge then found both guilty best, and the Negro supplies it. .
and fined Haynes $75 or 30
days and Mrs. Brown, a total of Electrical Contractor
$125 I or 5dO/ days on the three, HOUSEWIRING"Don't HARLEM SQUARES
charges against her.
cuss Call a." ''W E E T SHOPA
Among other cases heard and
disposed of were the following: pHONE NE 5.3058Night

Gloria Williams, charged with COLD CUTS COSMETICS
disorderly conduct by creat4ng or Day e
a disturbance, and with assault 208 N.W. 10th Street

Let my ye'0' Experience guide and protect you through Lit

u 3 Lighthouse guide the ship In a ctorm .


h ".r Success in Business And Love


0 You can now have your home made happy
e e
O Get Mnr' Hold the position you so long wanted

BAKER'SNO 0 Dc n't Stay in the rut get'out now

S By the help of God she can help you '

Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in".

I .
'It will PlY you to call and MS this Gifted Medium First

Where thousands corns yearly for help and advice, you too CM
be touched by this strange mysterious power

The same God who delivered Moses and the children of Israel

of old Is i still alive today and will open s way for you throughthe

troubled seas of life. Let not him that Is I blind had you or

.' ;;; ; ;:. ;; | you stumble with him.. /
: Do you doubt the existence of, things because you cannot Mthem1 .

*li' e 0P eT What do you think? of the Invisible?wsvts and sounds that- make

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.ilil lirlsii A seed before It sprouts lies concealed, .secret silent In the dark
I / e
earth womb of Nature. THERE IS AN "UNSEEN
or POWER"Therefore
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THE MIAMI TIMES' -"The Peoples'. Newspaper"

. ;:1 -.. .' SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1958 : PAGE 15 '

MT. SINAI BAPTISTRev. Greatest Gift to Man." His de
livery was filled with informative
S. A. Thomas, pastor from history and the Bible.
4-41 C11ur D. B.. reporterThe
The men of the church ren
day bas come and gone. dered music for the morning
if9meW 1 Even though we were looking service. They were very rood.TM .
forward quite some time and
planing too, as to how It would evening service consisted
. be spent of music from various cJtoIrs, of
the city.
Arriving last Sunday morning
to the church we were greeted The order of service for the
CORINTH BAPTIST ness Administration. She has Homestead Air Force Base will
day was carried out in
first with the fragrance of beau superb
served on various national committees be presiding chairman for this
"Meets every 2nd ana 4th Sunday tiful flowers and glowing plants style.
of the Baha'i World meeting. Ai),' races and faiths are
at Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist arranged in appropriate places Thanks Men's
Faith, the most recent having cordially Invited to attend. to chairman for
Church.: been the that their beauty might attract Day, Deacon T. L. Tappen and
._..__.... National Youh, Projects .
Sunday School 9:38 as the crowd made Its way chairman, Mr. Ernest Lockett.
Morning worship........?. IMC Development, and Interracial, respectively to the house of worship. Worship with us anytime.
Evening Service __... ... TJC She is a member of ST. JAMES BAPTIST

Rev. W. T. Thomas putor Social the Dade Workers Couny Federation of BTU ................................ 5:30 pj& The In second Inspiration School, gained which
and successful gospel preacher. mittee of the ,Recreational executive com-and Evening Worsulp ...N....... 7:30: p.m I was was conducted Sunday by men. The les

TRINITY WESLEYAN Group Welfare division of the Sunday Visitors School always.......welcome.... 9:30 am son just fitted the occasion, and
Welfare Planning Council the Morning Worship ........ 11:00: a.ra It was well taught by Rev. John
Rev. George E. Johnson, pastor NAACP, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, 323 N.W. 14th St. Williams. It was the reporter'sclass.
Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter and has participated In com J. L. Johnson The Intermediate group of
Sunday School ..........._..... 9 ajn munity studies for the National. Rev. Services, pastor young. people.
Morning worship .................... 11:0: Public Affairs Committee and Sunday The morning worship beganat
Young People's Meeting 5 p.m Foreign division of the National 11 a.m. After the preliminaries
A YWCA. GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Including the timely devotional

FIRST UNITARIANThe Rev. James E.' Culmer, pastor service. We were favored
I Mrs. BTaylorwill speak on Eddie Edwards, clerk with a very special treat by the
world wide humanitarianwork
the subject '.'Can Universal Sunday School.............. 9:30: am guest speaker one of our own
of the national Unitarian 'Peace be Attained'" Morning worship .... ........ 11:00 and one of Miami's own, Chester
Service Committee will be em Capt. Jacob the Smith. Ills "God's
Davenport of Wertminster Fellowship NN 8 pan subject was
phasized at the First Unitarian
located Dixie n u
Church, on High
way at 'SW 29th Road on Sun 1 ,

Glenn day, Dec.0. Canfleld 17. At 11 will a.m.speak, Rev.on .....r.. .. .... ...._....------....., .,

"To Revive Human Jnltttatlve" '
which will outline the work of :
the committee. After the service EXCLUSIVE} .

a 'uncheon. wilt"be, served, followed .
1 by a film entitled "A I .
House Grows In Dreman," which _. ___-------- ,
depicts the work of the committee a.--------- .

At In 8:16:Germany.that e> 5nlng, the Jeffprnon ,

home of Chin Mr.will and meet Earle the D.

Swafford. In Hollywood for a

discussion"Dr.SupernaturaMsm.Zhlvage"on "Liberal by Boris Religionand Pats- OFFER I -

ternak will be reviewed at tho
church on Friday Dec. 12, 8:15
p.m. by Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Altshuler. Mrs. AltshuJer Is an
Instructor In English at the University
of Miami, and her hue
band is an attorney. '
SQ w et si .
t thund JxfNr;
THE INCARNATION t0. a ke r -- -r r 4 MAHALIA

1835 N.W. 58th StreetFr.
E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar hulk ls It !
Veronica CXBerry, reporter 1. JACKSONSINGS

Winter Schedule ;

Sundays Church :School' and M4HAjjee

Adult Bible Class .... 9:30: a.m. lljNGiON "Oh Lord,Is It I 11'? '
Solemn Sung Mass and .-
Sermon" .................... 11:00 a.m Walk Over God'$ Heaven"
E. Y. C. Meeting ........ 6:00 p.m.
Solemn Evensong and

Sermon ............_...... 7JO p.m.
St. Vincent's Acolyte Guild

Rehearsal................... :9:30 p.m
Low Mass .................. 6:30 a.m.
Evensong and Meeting of DUKEELLINGTON

Guild of Our Lady.... 8:00: p.m.
The Choir of St. Michael's
And All AngelsRehearsal

.?.........._... :3:30 p.m.
Friday: PLAYS

St.Rehearsal Cecelia's....Choir........?... 8:00 pm 9 "Such Sweet Thunder" J JN
NOTE: Sundays, Solemn Maw
High Mass and Benediction oi "Sonnet to Hank Cinq"
the Blessed Sacrament on All
Feast Days.Weebnds.
: Low mass on' all
holy and Saints' Days. *
Solemn Sung Mass, 6 a.m. on
all Feast Days.

You get 4 complete selections Regular' I
Mrs. Taylor Speaksat $1.29 value J. -

Baha'is State MeetMrs. yours for 50 'IW ,;
on one great 7-inch _
A. Louise BTaylor, exec
utive director of Murrell Branch I- 46-rpm'ex/ended ONLY
YWCA will speak at public
meeting sponsored by the Baha'l play album
Assembly of Miami in conJunction and 3 Carnal/on Evaporated Milk Labels :.:'
with the Baha'i Word .":
State Convention, Dec. 6.7 at r--------------------i
the McAl.lster Hotel in down. -- I CARNATION COMPANY I
town Miami. This meeting will beheld : I ; i P.O. Box S410-N! ,Chicago 77, Illinois I
at 8:15 Saturday, Dec '
6, In the Biscayne p.m. Room of the : e Pleas send me_7-inch 45-rpm albums, ) featuring I '
hote'. Mahalla Jackson and Duke Ellington as described for I 't

Mrs. BTaylor has served as an yam;" 1 1 1 I each album ordered, I enclose 50 and 3 labels from, I ,,', ",
executive social worker for the Carnation Evaporated Milk.
past 25 years, first with the Indianapolis I I
Branch and then ; -
. the Atlanta Branch of the YW I vrw.IrJ II
before'assuming her present poet L The World's Leading Brad i I ADDRESS ,I .
with the Mlanft YWCA In 1952. of Enponttd Mllkl '
She completed undergraduatework I CrrY .ZONE-STATE.ON I' 1'1j1<

at both Tennessee State, - .1 | -t..4 MHI DwMbw l1,1t3a.VU tf ........, I -, ..
W4.v.w.s n Nkf.r by 1..1
and Flsk Universities, earning a II..n..r..w.-- .w--------.., .'..*'
B. s. degree and later completed -'
graduate work at University
School of Social Work and Baal-


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THE MIAMI TIMES The< Peoples' Newspaper" be operated on by Dr. C. R. Louise Arian, 20, and Mabel Miss Veronica Forbes, daughter ... :.,
Burbacher, polio :,,e cla.1ist. ,Maalci li d, were brought from of Mr, and Mrs. Herman I '
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1954 Grand Bahama.., to the Princes Forbes, was married to Claudia: '
r The three young: people award. Margaret Hospital l on Nov 25 ;' ,
Taylor son ApheuITa'lor; } :
_.. ..r'.. ................._**"i"i*"*"* ""ULL"1"**-NNM// ed the Nassau this year Dally are Tribune'sScholarship : Clyde suffering from .fractured legs and the 'l laU Mrs. Taylor 1 at
They were injured when a gas
Adderley 17, son of' Mr. and Mrs. tank. exploded In the "Bank Ebenezer Methodist Church on
In-Around The, Bahamas Clepphus Adderley and grandson House. On. person was reported Nov 22. Th* bride was given{ in l'' (
of Bailey, I
H. M. universityscholarship I
killed. marriage by her grandfather, j
; James Curry, 14,
__ By A, H, McKENZIE son of Mrs Samuel Curry, Dun
_ ______-______.___...___.--- ------ _--------... uua.. .. mare Town, Harbor Island, four-I hj.-! : I
-- -- -----------------------
On Nov. 24 Randol Fawkeq, charged with making seditious year high school (Out Island); I I
lawyer, labor leader and Member utterances regarding a case in Joan Knowles, 10, daughter of '
of trie' House of Assembly, the Magistrate's Court In whichhe Assistant Supt. of Police and Rejected/ ,Automobile Insurance : .w;+:' 1i 1iIf
j was acquitted of a sedition was fined and placed undera Mrs. Conrad Knowles, tour-year
charge in the Supreme Court by ,peace bond. high 'school (Nassau). other companies don't want it, we can place it.
I I' the Chief JU*tiOO..) The Court ruled that the Our' excellent insurance facilities 'permit us to place w
I. A large crowd cheered Fawkesas Magistrate's Court was an "In Dr. Martin Luther King and I this type of business, so phone us if you((can't place it. .
he walked out of the court tenor court" and that Mr. Dr. Ralph Abernathy from Mont! \
and some of the men carried him Fawkes' alleged attack did not I
gomery, Ala., visited Nassau fora Federal Insurance Agency,
on their shoulders toward Day constitute sedition day on Nov. 25. They were
Street. A strong cordon of police entertained by of the
halted the demonstration and Walter Bethel, well known organist leaders of the community.' On a CHARLES J. PISTORINO,*Agent
dispersed the procession in different at St. Mary's Church, fishing trip Dr. King had all the 213 NE. 2nd Avenue Phone FR3.S 46u.
directions. Mr. Fawkea died last week. He was one of luck. He caught two Spanish
acknowleded the cheers with a the oldest organists in the Bahamas mackerel

smile. and served his churchfor _,.__. ....... ..__._. -.._-.-.---.-.-.--.-.-....._...........,..._._.......... ...., .. '.Ou__ _.
60 Mr. Bethelwas wvrv/.rw '" .. .r.o.o.rr..l.vl.v/.n .vwn.nwarar. ? w.r,
Vivian 0. Blake, Q.C., of Jamaica almost years. * W W W y W * .9W.I.* W W W.W W .A W W W, W VI W "
. ... ........., .. , .. .. .. ,...,, .. ..
,' was admitted tem Orar- a taiLor.Twelve.year..old. i2 Qu.a yt; &>JOiS'rCoSoK"!&IC !; KoKoK! :&!C !&!& ;.t' ;.t -r.U.-;: tl

fly 18 to tq defend the Bahamas Mr. Fawkea.Bar on The Nov. Brenda Miller, | Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From .
case lasted from the 19th to the daughter of Ruth Miller, was sent
21st.and .was. postponed to, the by the Crippled Children'Com, '
24th' when the' Chief Justice mlttee to the Variety Children's VISIT OR CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645 -R .
gave the decision.{ Fawkes w a a Hospital in Miami where she will r
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