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Title: Miami Times
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Publication Date: December 13, 1958
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36th YEAR, NO. .16 'MIAMI. FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1958 PRICE TEN CENTS 16 PAGES !

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Texas 2 Touchdown Favorite Over Florida ,. .







26TH CLASSIC. TO BE BIGGEST



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+1 R fly C.-.AULKS j. SMITH in

: The countdown Is In Its final .4f

r ( r /L stage , __' i. I
All along' the avenue court, (
boulevards; and streets.! Mlamlan
f a S
have Joined the "launching" b'S ?r
ft1 -b
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tram of Florida A&M Universityas 5'S
'\ : the zero hour of the 26th annual I Krr
university-sponsored Orange r A
Blossom' Classic approaches.The '
I S
FAMU Rattlers, defending # r
national champions ,are two t _
I touchdown underdogs: to the uuiu 1
ber one ranted Prairie View
A&M Panthers, whom they meet ,t
Saturday night ftt 8 o'n'ook In
u e the Orange Howl 'Stadium 9 9IMt
Al week long Miamians havn \
been literally counting the mln
mites for the "classic weekend"to
begin and to brlnr to town I
folks from a.l: over this wonderful If f
Irnrt I'"I"'d America\
!
And like the trndjtlonal "calm
before the storm" Miami has
been quite in antlrlnntlon! of the
cliH"lc! hurricane that .is sure to
sweep aside in Its furv a'l' signsof ,Jr. 4syr dI :
iN y ttiiF1
ap it',y and its accompanying I
feelln of "donothingness." ,
The countdown entered lU _
final' stages on Monday when
tho university served as host 10 -
Miami's radio, television and
press personnel at a swank luncheon .
I held In the Dupont Plaza a
MISS FA.MU AM) ATTKNDANTH-Taflmhassee's LaKay Boiisley Center Hotel. Ear.ler; the uni -i--- r tl
center, will reign supreme M "MISS P. )1U" during ,the OntntftlUmnom : verslty's saturation-type advertising r 1 !1p

Classic frfttlviflf In the Orange Bowl Saturday night. 8hnWH program moved from the L
launching. Vila newspaper,
crowned during a colorful and impresftlve inemiiony In ]ice Hall ramp
radio and television: advertise s ', .
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k Auditorium recently. Her attendant were 3IiNfttt.. A net to Mwllnnn' ments In such 'a manner that ? III Ulli III On >IP S il>.*i>i Hull>i Illlil't' --

of Jivcksomllle ((1) and Ilettje Kdwanln of Tallahaasee.. Continued on page 4 Three dolls from deep in the heart of Texas will bo on Juuul I
,*" .....
Saturday night In the Orange Howl to chew the 1'riilrlo View Pan-

hers.in their quest fur a victory over the FAMU lUttlers. Gaiter isCVitoAtIno

I Tampa Files ). Integration SuitTAMPA Marguerite llwhtle,Mason, '311MK and 1'mlrle Elizabeth View ItaichMian., flanked by her two Attendants,


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five Negro families !

filed suit in Federal Court here


down lawyer County Wednesday segregation Indicated While; aimed their schools.In at Hlllsborough target breaking; Their date LIFE IN ASSAULT ON GIRL \ I


Is the opening of schools next ,
Four young Negroes wero sentenced
September. 1 '
I I to life imprisonment by
Attorney Francisco A. Rodriguez Circuit Judge Ray Pearson in the
former state NAACP Haitian Pres. Fires AH! Generals rape of a 13-yesr-old White girl
counsel, filed the suit for the State Attorney Richard Ger-
parents, against School Superin- stein said the case set a record ';
tendent J. Crolkett Farnell and for speed of justice since the r
Fear Revolt<< . .,.
the County School Board. i. acts occurred barely two months
It was the first such suit filed All African Conference . ago, on the night of Oct. 4.
here and the first step taken by Sunday was packing day for The four are Elehue Smith, 27, .
Negroes to ,crack segregationhere. some 20 officers of the general David Alexander Clark, 20, AI ,
staff of the Haitian army at Port 20 and Arthur /
fred E. Duncan ,
Au Prince.President Francois Non-violence In Lee Farrlngton, 19, "1"
Rodriguez said the salt sought Duvaller. having received rumors. Urges Although tbe tour defendant
to enjoin the School Board from that a fipup of officers was plot.ting changed< their plea to guilty durIng ,
the practice of segregation tml' to take over the governmentfired trial In mid.November, young
ask a declaratory decree which the entire general staff. Freedom Duncan told the court that he
for
would order the School: Board to In the shuffle: Major General Struggle and Clark were not guilty. ;

begin some program of Integra. Maurice Flambert was replaced .. .. "I will take my' punishmentand !
tion. by Col. Pierre Mfreron chief of About 300 delegate; from all think of one continent under' spend my life in jail but '
He said It Is a class suit which police of Port au Prince, who parts of Africa assembled at one union" said Nkrumah in hU we did not do anything wrong," r
would affect all other Negro was also promoted to the rank Accra, Ghana this week to at address he declared when the judge ask
children similarly situated. Children of brigadier' general. Major Daniel tend the All-Afrlcan ConferenceIn "We make apology to no one ed If he had anything to say
of the Negro parents namedas Deaudboly, chief of police at and we will not allow ourselves State Attorney Roy Lee Jones
.. plaintiffs in the suit lire In Petloovllle was appointed to his keynote address on Mon to be deflected from this just :later stated emphatically that Investigation
remote areas where they have to succeed Merceron at Part au day. Premier Kwame Nkrumah cause a cause wholly: in consonance showed all four weregul'ty.
travel long distances to attend Prince. asked the colonial powers to with the principles: enun '
Negro schools passing by closet make arrangements Immediatelyto elated In the charter of the The girl, a Hlajeah) bank clerk, :
White rehoola.GUNMAN. Since taking office In October, turn over to nationalist! leaders United Nations." was driving home In the early w
1057, this was the second time the control of government In I morning hours on NW 54th st. '
that President Duvaller had to colonies. At the
their African
Observers from the United just off 2Tth ave. She stopped ,
dismiss his chief. General time he called on African .
army same State, Britain France and the her car because she got something 4'
GETS Antonio Kebreau was fired last nationalist leaders In colonial
in her and
Soviet Union are In .attendance eye was allegedly
March aad Flambert was named territories to use non-rlolenl' '
the four
but not participating In the. ,meet Jumped' oy men. ,f
his auccessor. method In their struggles for "* ...
$1,986 IN HOLDUPA freedom ing.
Two Dade County deputies CLASSIC PARADEROUTE
holdup man got $1,988 from Dany Jones 25, and Arthur The main purpose of the one He advised the delegates from '.. "
the M and M Cafeteria 1331 NE Payne 33 joined Haitian week conference of the African colonial states: "In your struggle
163rd St., Sunday night. rebels In street fighting near the political and trade union leaders for Independence always aim
palace last August and were was to consider ways of helping first at a political kingdom. Only The Orange Blossom Classic
He pulled a gun on the cashier killed.In dependent African territories to with the "tcquliltion of political parade will assemble along NW i
". and escaped on foot witnessessaid. become tree. It Is regarded as -real poWer through the attain I'' 6th ave. from 11th Terrace up
He had a mustache and a decree Issued on July: the beginning of a campaign by meet of foverelgn independence I to 14th 8t and on 14th catsup
wore sunglasses: ivy league type the president was given 31'1 nine. independent states. -wilt you be la a position to reshape 'I I i to, 6th ave. Tbe first, unit of the
cap and a trench coat. power for II|;' Dlontb. "Let us start immediately to ? youjB live! and destiny" Continued on page 9 ;

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" DENTIST TOSSES Dinner Key Audit

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1958 HAT IN CANADA'SMAYORALTY


Classic FansThe
; RACE Greets

Holsum Gives $3,485 WINDSOR Ont. (ANP) -

I A young Negro dentist Is one of spacious, conveniently lo be members of both teams, their
the leading candidates In the and comfortable Dinner Queens as well as members of
cated
mayoralty race here. Auditorium greets the thou the Official Classic Committee.'
in Christmas Bonuses Dr. Roy Perry, currently a sands Key of Jolly fans In the Miami These and many other dignitaries
member of the city's governing area to witness the 28th Annual will greet you at the spacious:
board of control Is well liked In Blossom Classic. The favorite Dinner Key Auditorium on
Christmas bonuses totaling The dinner party will begin at the community. Orange convention headquarters for Classic NightSEEK .
$3,485 will be handed Holsum 5 p.m. to permit employees to Sources say It Is doubtful that this locality opens Its doors to
Bakery Negro employees at 5 attend the Orange Bowl Classicat I he will defeat the Incumbent the mammoth crowd for the first END OF
I p.m. Saturday, Dec 13 at Dinner the Orange Bowl Stadium that Mayor Michael J. Patrick In the time In Its 12th year meet In MI-
Key Restaurant when they will evening. Prairie View College, forthcoming nonpartisan election, anti, Saturday, Dec. 13 at 11 p.m. FRAT BIAS AT
be guests of President Jodean Texas, and Florida A&M Rattlers but close observers expect him This should prove ,favorable for '
Cash at the bakery's annual holiday will compete for the national to run well ahead of the two the many Classic: Fans sin dinner party football championship.' other candidates. la the only place In the area that
Attending will In 1956 when Dr. Perry went can adequately accomodate the Paul ,Mlnn. (ANP) -
be more than REV. C. K. STEELE before the city's voters he rana thousands of friends of the ever In a report to the Minnesota
140 including close second to the top man growing Orange Blossom Classic, NAACP conference of branches
persons 66 em TO ADDRESS among nine candidate for the which is predicted to break all Sandy Perry, chairman, State
ployees, each of four'member board of control. record this yea f. Youth Work committee, calved: :
I I
RALLY IN
the University of Minnesota
whom Prior to that he had served seven upon
may years as an alderman. The occasion will bring In one I administration to take immediate .
BROOKLYNBrooklyn '
bring a guest.President Windsor Is a Canadian city of of the nations greatest musical action against eight fraternities "
Besides
Cash, Hoi-]. (ANP) The Rev. about 122,000 across the river aggregations In the person of I' requiring these groups to
executiveat C. K. Steele, leader of the successful from Detroit. The Negro population The Illinois Jackquette and his remove race and religious clauses
SUm! Tallahassee, Fla. but is relatively small and Is band, together with the feature from their constitutions withina
the dinner boycott and Integration of the not confined to a segregated geographical of "The Jumping Jacquets" Thisis fixed period of time or face
R.
will include., --- U. of Florida Law School, will area, as in many northern really the place to comfort loss of recognition by the uni
E. Chivers viceCASH speak at a rally at Cornerstone cities. able summarize an occasion ol verslty and the privilege of

president Irwin Jr.;, director of sales and Baptist church 'here in Brooklyn Mayor Patrick, president ofa ong remembrance.The meeting on campus andl111I,

advertising; R. J. Faust, secretary Tuesday, Jan. 13. cement company, Is completing auditorium will very grajious.y university facilities.
and treasurer; Arthur The rally to raise funds to aid his second term as Windsor'schief ; have on hand for your This action, Perry asserted
Frank, advertising and public re Integration is under auspices of executive. convenience snacks along with would indicate to the local an i
national
lations manager; H. L. Harris, i the Brooklyn Baptist, Evangelical the usual set-ups. To those who fraternity groups that
the
superintendent of bread produc union, the Rev. F. Arthur JUNK MAN NOW wish will be at liberty to bring that university unless the meant clauses business and
are removed -
Reed, ''president. along their personal refresh.
tion; R. C. BIngham, superintendent the
of sweet goods produc Church leaders, headed by Dr. "RICHEST" BUM ments. offending fraternities
I IPhl'adephla would actually be removed from
tion; L. R. Wright, export and I Sandy F. Ray, State Missionary will '
: (ANP) Willie Among the special guests the campus.SIDNEY
; Bapist president, and Dr. Card
shipping manager, and Neal
Bracey, an Itinerant Negro
Jeffrey, superlntndent of main. ner.C. Taylor, ,president of the Junkman Jailed this week for -- ----
tenance. Protestant Council of New York
City, and seven choirs will participate vagrancy, received word that he For FREE Pick-up and
Preside Cash said ,plans for will get nearly 37 percent of a
Delivery Service
the dinner and party programare $50,000 gold coin board he unearthed I on
The Rev. Steels will fly here
Prescriptions
committee In 1956.
made
being by a
I for a heavy week's schedule and
headed by George Harden, 14700 His comment: 'Guess I'm the
churches and organizations
Polk St, and Wilmer Floyd, asked to ,bring contributions are to richest bum In the Joint," he told SERVICE
14115 Jefferson St., both ofRlchamond his fellow cell mate
I the rallies for implementationof DRUG
Heights. The full STORE
dinner with turkey will citizens' efforts to carry out t:
course the Supreme Court's ruling on I I "Prescription Compounding
be served by Ivanhoe Caterers. integration. ASTHMATICSWant ; )
Specialists"
The program will include simple, effective relief .
Christmas music by a church -- I from choking, racking bron Sundries Gifts
choir and other entertainment.The HARLEM SQUARE chial asthma spasm? Get! genii 4A+ ,.
Holsum dinner ,party Is an SWEET SHOP Ine nreatheaay see what yofc Patent Medicines
event staged each year by the have been missing. There's no ' Greeting Cards
baking company In appreciationof A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES substitute for original Breath. r'
Its company members, President easy inhalant and nebulizing set 1240 N.W. 3rd Ave.
Cash said. The bonus toUl COLD CUTS COSMETICS Jet comfort by breathing. Guar T. COX

of $3,485 this year is larger 208 N.W. 10th Street anteed. Registered Pharmacist Phone FRanklin 3-2932
than during any previous year. J & J DRUG DEPT STORE


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en'' The Florida A. and M. and Prairie View Teams, their queens DRIVE NOJtTIi ox N'\V. 7th AVB' TO RT' ' NOBTI1 ON RT 9 TO 'U ltl s

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"Tho People Newspaper"


SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1958 PAGE 3



Texas Theme at Game Another factor, and perhaps !I
the most significant one In relation
to the presence of 51 Flor-

The famed "Marching 100" director of percussion section; Eugene Baker head drum major; Idans on the 1958 team, Is because
band under the direction of Dr. harlie E. Cox, director of clari Ebb Jackson, Arthur Singleton 90 percent of the coachesIn
William P. Foster will salute net section; DeSayJea Grey, director Fred McCoy, Willie Mulkey and Florida high schools are former I
50,000 waiting fans here when of saxophone section; Wll Duel Staggers, assistant drum Rattlers. A 4 rge
they play in the 26th annual lie L Sullivan, student director; majors. of them are using A&M
Orange Blossom Classic The and defensive plays
classic will be played in the spa abling their players to I
cious Orange Bowl Stadium, Sat familiar with the A&M I
urday night, Dec. 13. play while still in high
13 Miami I
The famous band, which Is Boys on Along about this time,

known from coast to coast for Gaither chuckled, . I
its excellence: in precision march want to send
ally our boys
ing and musicianship, will ap to us their best players .
pear with the Rattlers when they f Rattler SquadThe
defend the National Collegiate
Football
Championship
1958 edition of the Fla. ed Include Palm Beach, Lake
The quick'stepping musical A&M University football team Is land Winter Park, Sanford,

outfit, nattily attired In green strictly of the "homegrown" va- ake City, Ocala, Mount Dora
satin capes and hats lopped off vlety with only six of the '57 Bradenton and Hastings.

with .orange cockades, will hare players listed on the roster being The ou t.or state representatives
a pre game show entitled "Saluteto from out.of.state. To borrow an come from Wareham, Mass.; ; : :
Texas." Traveling in its fa overworked phrase: . No White Plains, NY.; Sherman, a
mlllar "Running Cadance," the other major team in the state I I Texas; Chicago: ; Louisville, Ky. ;
Rattler band will open with can make this statement . and Williamsburg, Va. 1 the
"Yelow: Rose of Texas," "DeepIn
The Heart of Texas," and Thirteen of the players are There are several' reasons for Nft
"Eyes of Texas are Upon You. from the Greater Miami area the large: concentration of native Hatt'I '
The formation will be in the and seven are Miami ,proper. Floridians on the Rattler )'
shape of the State of Texas. Cities and towns in the area represented team. Head Coach Jake Gaither : the'

are Danla, Perrine, Ft.Laudt'rdale points out that more' boys are ,$
Then the band will form the I
and Pompano. going to school now than ever : "
I
letters "TEXAS" and play before. For example, 754 football I the

the "Prairie" View College Alma Jacksonville Is the number one players were among the several vr
Mater, and will
tbpre'
complete \
(
contributor to the team with thousand high school seniors
show with the St. LouisDIut's" -
game
and "Star Spangled Ban nine representative Five who graduated last June. k laey
Rattlers played their high school
ner./I I "We feel that our first obit
football In Bartow, four In Fort
The title for the half-time pageant .' gation Is to these state boys ).
and three In Tallahassee.
will be "Folk Music Ad : Pierce therefore we try to /get the best > a
venture." The band will:! play I Other cities and towns represent boys in the state. We don't al v the

"When the Saints Go MarchingIn ways succeed. We will take a
," "We are Climbing Jacob's. good boy whenever we can find I I !
Ladder," "Good News" 'Ride one from the stateCoach, '
The Chariot," "Little David Playon t1n Gaither said
Wee
I' HATTLKU M11X1KT -
"
Your Harp "Deefc River,
Lee Ro)'ster will start At
"Dry Bones" and "Ole FAMU
Spirit" bark for the ITDorida! A&M
I \erslty Hauler whew they ( ) '
President George W. Gore Jr.,
Prairie View In tho Uflth
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4
Florida A&M ,president; Edward a
HloMNom Handle In
'
Orange
B. Evans Prairie View College
and Miss FAMU of 1958, LaKay 1 Saturday night, Dec 13. i.
and I lit 58 and weigh n '
Beasley, her attendants,
The beaten
Bettye Edwards and Annette isnnula once

Madison, will be presented.

The band will climax with the

playing of "The Florida A&M .. r
University Alma Mater." If. 1i" ,/ J

Perhaps the most spectacular ..
... ..
aspect of the Florida A&M band .
is its mankilllng pace. While ;
standard marching cadence is set m pA p/euAuA '
at 120 steps per minute anda 3 ii'/lf llWW .

few college bands hit it at 180 aiu '
-A&M reaches a spine shattering e I/(l/J Va ; llf

pace of 320 steps per minute. HATTLKU HALFBACK Virtually ___ ___n___ Va 'lWh1f .

Beginning with a IG..plece unknown' the first' three FAMU TOI' HACK Leroy liar
group In 194S, Dr Foster has week of the 1058 grid campaign, deed" Is the leading scorer And ,
steadily built the "Marching 100"to Clarence Chllda of Lakeland ha )anl gainer for the Orange Bios G&tj1JlllU}
its present eminence. He is a been one of Jake flalther'a leadIng oni Classic; bound Florida. A&M Jchc g
dynamic director who !
possesses halfback (Child and liar- Rattlers llardee Is from llartow,
a flair for showmanship and has dee have been seeking the prominence : weigh 174 ikoumln And MwixN ., \

made some remarkable depar attained by Al Fnuler and I lilt ...,...n. I/nroy<< mm from the mfM
tures from standard band tactics. Willie Gallmore of the Chicago thin! unit to the tint of the
Ills musical ability Is undisputed. Hears. Child In second to llardeo Hal I lent' iMiuad. He In. A ('An4U.date gjfffi/fl
These qualities in part argue In ground gaining for the Florida I for All'America honors and 5J; JV
well for the national promlnec A&M University Rattlers. A senior ; om
held by the renowned "March-
Ing Rattlers."
1-
Other members of the "March
ing 100" are Lenard C. Bowie, 'MANAGING AND MAINTAINING rr
I
assistant director of bands and I w'ha M
director of upper brasswlnd section j J MORE THAN 10,000 HOUSING UNITS pIN r .
This exquisite decanter holds the
; Leonard L. Bowden, direc
DADE & BROWARD
COUNTIES
tor of lower brasswlnd section same full fifth of Schenley Reserve

and arranger; James II. Latimer, you're used to buying in the regular

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........ Continued from page 1 "--
practically all Mlamlans ban Rejected Auto 9frjl9d' JJlSUI}.

= ben bombed around the clock: If other companies don't want it, we can place it.,
.r and in the
,
with commercials
commer Our excellent insurance facilities permit u* to 'place
and
as of radio tv
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''al* "birk'-rt: UP" h* the famed this type of business, to phone...us if..jrou. ,can t place it.
sound of the A&M Marching.
.MUTAXTTll ET M>S MUTAMUK IX .;LLlS IIand. la1 federal 'inilaAe! : (roc jency
"The Times Are Changed And We Are Changed With Them" Miami is all decked out a
I
festive air with street decora Agent
CHARLES J.
Office 1112 \.W. AWJ., Miami, Florid Second Ave. rISrOJtlN .Ji r
at TWrd *--Phone FK 3-2230 tlon hanging along
Plant at 6740W.. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1.021 and Third aves 213 N.E. 2nd Avenue; Phone FR3-8146
!1IlIrr 1- .
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Entered aa Second (Clart flatter, August 9, 1927, at the Post Office its first financial shot In the arm _i. , . . .__I_-wi;
at Miami forMa under the act of March 8, 11'16 of the season when the classic,
attracts thousands of out of-

IL I4. SIG1SMUND ItEKVES Editor towners for the fame HoteU .
G.-\RTIIC., RKEVES. g Editor and Business Manager bare bag been sold out. ' t
Restaurants and cafe owners '
", bare ordered extra :large stocks 1- Hour GleaningSouthland
NOTEBOOK
YE EDITOR'S : of food supplies to feed the visitors ; .

'/.. <:i. ELEVEN ,DAYS MORE. store( : owners site are club also and set package for the .

Just 11 days more and it will be Christmas 1958. "big weekend." In many In
As usual at this time of the year everybody is busy stances the working hours for
purchasing Christmas cards, presents, etc. and keepingour some Individuals have been extended Cleaners
or even
eight to 17
from
Post Office going at full speed. JO hours all in preparationor
Then, too, the home must be set in order for this the big weekend
great Festival. There is the Christmas fruit cake, dinner In addition, there are dance I 627 N.W. 2nd Avenue'I
and other things. Maybe a new dress and.a new suit, a galore 'scheduled. Likewise Mlamians I
television or radio. Everybody who canr prepares for hare opened the doors to of
their homes in anticipation
Christmas. It is our way of life. visits of friends from throughout
Old Santa Claus is just as old as the hills but he the country Parties have been
carries on the. same as ever and his popularity will never slated for "round the clock" !o
cease. w-, ? :. be Interrupted only by time out FOR RENT
In spite of the Eastern Airlines.'strike that has dealt 'or attendance at the scheduled game

business Hn general a hard blow, tbousands'throng the .n Classic begin forma'ly activities at are 12:30 noon 2-Room ,Apartment $7.00 Per WeekFOR
stores. Many.may not have 'asJmuch",money as in normal Friday with the downtown parade I
times, nevertheless people will ,pse
some will.even go Into-deb.t-andJhope .to make settlementnext Band. Miss float LaKay and the Beasley.Marcblne a Arch Creek Colored Subdivision at N.E. 120th St.

yea That is the way weTdo it senior psychology major from I at 12th Ave., just west of East Coast Railroad
Sometimes we overdo it,: but it is Christmas and who Tallahassee is "Miss FA Ml*" Village of Biscayne Park
cares? .V' '*. ; Her attendants are Miss BettyeEdwards
DurintrChristmastide, our'1tearts open, as wellas I Junior class and Miss See Rufus Wa.hington-ApL 16
our pfc ketbooks. Wouldn't be tr.nice thing' if we I Annette Madison. sophomore

could keep "our hearts open i indefinitely? class! At 12:30 Saturday the mam -- .
In any case Christmas is a time for rejoicing. It is the moth parade will more off from
day we commemorate the birth of 9ur Lord and Saviour Washington High School Some
Jesus Christ who took our nature upon Him and was bornin 20 bands 'and marching units. '
stable all for the of redeeming mankind. plus colorful foats. are expected
a purpose tome'100.000 '
to thrill parade
During this season then let us not forget to worship viewers. The parade will be The Conch Shell

Christ the King. Far too many people take the CHRISTout broadcast over radio station j I'
of Christmas. WMBW.
Saturday night at S o'clock the'\ Bar-B-Cue Potato and Apple Pies Pigeon Peas
DEMOCRATIC FOR MIAMI? band will begin its spectaculainaftlme I'
CONVENTION : show entitled "Salute and Rice With Conch Our Specialty
Miami Beach, well known as a convention city, is to Tn...." During the ba'fttme /
bidding for another big one-the Democratic National i second musical extravaganza "
Conventipnrof 1960. by the band with the tbe>.me. j I 6813 N.W. 15th Avenue
p- "}'olk Music Adventure"And I
There are many who believe) Miami'Beach has a good I thus the seconds are!I Ialowty

chance fttetRnJZ' it, while.others. ijilnkthe! competition I fading away as the .fount.j i SAMUEL AND DORETIIA PAYNE, OWNERS
is to strongfor Miami Beach. V r- >_. ', down for the Uth annual Orange i .
Among competitors are such cities as New York, .Blossom Classic draws nearer and

Chicago,.LQS Angeles, San Francisco and Philadelphia. case nearer for. .the. and pan as 11 has years been. the. I
Democratic National Chairman Paul Butler and his MULmlanswMh open bt-.aru. are
site committee visited :Miami l1 each'recentlyjfcnd'inspected : peLto *welfcome visitors' to the !.
facilities offered, the committee seemed to be somewhat "Magic C1t,." for tbe greatest:

impressed with what they saw. However, they are now CLAEEKE weekend of the TPUTHE"D I I GRAND OPENINGMOE'S
making a tour of other competing cities. !

The committee will hold a meeting in February at
Elected Officers
which time a convention site will be chosen.It I

would be a good thing for Miami Beach. and Miamiif For 1959 MARKET
this convention is held at the Beach. '
'Tbe Saints Aon-Margaret cha> I'
The new exhibition hall seems to be adequate and
ter of the Women of tbe Clarcb I
hotel and other facilities best.
certainly
are among the of the Incarnation net at the
However, the site committee will no doubt think in termsof home of Mrs. dance Moaror. Formerly King Cole's Market -4 ""
meeting in a Southern City as against meeting in a 16940 NW Jlrt ar ... Opa Lorka '
Northern City. The racial element might be considered, i Tuesday. D *c >. At this flnaj. 1160 N.W. 211t,.Terrace
or as it has been termed, "the political climate'' might meeting of the Tear the JoBowing t (Near 12th Ave) o'"

not satisfy our more liberal politicians outside the South. 1959 officers were elected JOT -- \.t

Just recently, the Episcopal Church held its General) Julie H. Clitrk. ffeairmaa; I r. -1,
Convention at Miami Beach. This convention was inte- Dorothy Weaver. *4w ctudrnuta. I II I I

grated, and there were no difficulties whatsoever. Other Susan Butler. wrtUng: s'cre : FREE 1 Dozen LargeEggs :--FREE
integrated conventions have been held at Miami Beach, tar)'. Gloria .G r'sse. finlWd.JJ : .. .
all with satisfictory results. secretary; WjBltree: at JNhnrvn, With Purchase-$7.50 order .
treasurer; OHv i'oMt,iflw! CTO orMoI'01w+ s *>,
The race is on, we, will have to wait and see who Custodian. J. J-A;

wins. These yonur 1JLt5?v ala I uk* GRAND OPENING SPECIALS
office offirUBy after tie. instil .
NEW HOSPITAL FOR KENDALL anon service tie first Faraday, fa Bar B-Cue x y'7..
January Spareribs lb. . . . . 39c .
County Manager 0. W. Campbell announced on

Tuesday that the building of a 150-bed hospital at a cost Fresh Beef Live.r'lb.It".t5'
Tri-County MeetingTo ;-. ; >: 35c f
of $2,500,00.. and . r.1-t": ,
a county., stockade at a cost of 500. >> ...... '
000 to accommodate 350 inmates at Kendall. Ft. Lauderdale Pork Chop end '
cuts, lb. . . . . 39C
These buildings will be The Tri-Connty
started early next year. meeting of the
Other buildings to be erected include a children's : Real Estate Board meets in Fort Slab Bacon half
home, administration building, two cottages for white ,Lauderdale Mr. MItrt u theprogressive or whole, lb. . . 45c
leader of
,children and seven for Negroes. The old Kendall hospital the For t Lean Stew Beef
Lauderdale lb.
be group. The presidentof . . . . . 35C
will remodelled
and used for a chronic illness facility. the Tri'County Broker* ;. ,
For these improvements a bond issue will be wishes to extend an invitation Lamb Stew lb. *
sary. neces- to1 all brokers, salesmen and . . .. .. . ,., .7. . 12C.
sales ladles,. property Investors. :' .y

WHAT A SWINDLE ... lag contractors In any ,phase or- any of land persons or housIng deal. Midget Salami, ea. "... . ;j M..<...41 t. . ,. 39c

On Monday of this week in Los Angeles 12 men including to our luncheon meeting in Smoked Sausage, 2 / Ib. box
the president and cashier of the Sun National Fort Lauderdale on next Tuesday .
Bank and the chairman of the bank's loan committee.were. evening at s o'c-ock p.m. at (Lykes), lb. . . :. . . '. 89c
in Federal XDella. This Is a Christmas
arraigned Court
accused of lootiny a surbur-
ban bank of $1,000,000 Luncheon. Call CE S-4246 for in- .
by cashing worthless checks. One formation.The .

man cashed checks totaling $296,067 while his account last meeting was a great Open daily 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Fri. & Sat to 7 p.m.
totaled $131. Another collected the sum of $129,465 I. success at West Palm Beach un
while his account was overdrawn by $43.50. der Preston Tillmin. presidentof Sunday 8 aim to 12 noon
The examiner found checks over a three-year period the Palm Beach group AD

were riot applied the accounts of the check writers. are Dale Liked County to call Rea CE Estate 5-4240 people for

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bership; and, a beautiful organ,,
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1958 dedicated, Installed and free of ROCK HEARING
MIAMI LOSES debt
1 PROGRESSIVEMINISTER The community will long re- JANUARY 6
member Rev. Reddlck for his
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. Fed
eloquent spiritual messages, hiswilingness eral Judge John E. Miller Mon
Sins of the father.
: to serve all of the
day set a Jan. 6 hearing date for
.......,. r people and his courageous stand I the Little Rock school Integration
w for freedom and justice. His sta
"Keeping mercy tor thousands, In early pregnancy the baby ture among his peers was made case.
torglvlng Iniquity and trans oould come too early. Lots of evident by the visitations of Miller said any interested par
.
gression and sin, and that God times they are born dead in a many outstanding men who de ty could appear to present arguments
will by no means clear the guilty; horrible condition. Then again It livered addresses and served on or suggestions about how
visiting the Iniquity of the way be born very slck.y: and die special occasions during .his stay an appeals: court mandate order.
fathers upon the children, and In a few days If they survive here. ing integration here is to be
the chlldrens children, un without treatment, ,many things: Like the prophet whose works carried out.
to upon the third and fourth genera :an happen to these syphilitic I stand as a testimonial, Rev. The judge said he expected to
conclude the hearing In
Exodus XXXIV, 7th verse. children; misshapen faces, twistd Reddick leaves with profound ate w
tion.
,hours and
bones, and very often blind assurance that his pastorate has probably would issuean
When Moses thusly assuredhis ness and insanity. been fruitful, educational, and order that same day spellingout
people that If they sinned, There Is a ray of hope. Con that this community, though details of how integration is
suffer, to proceed.lIe .
so shall their children genital syphilis began to decline I poorer by his leaving, receivesa
what did he mean and how doesit In 1950 and by 1955 decreasediven richer inheritance from his said the order would be dl
app.y to us today? If a man more, due to the wonder six years of labor in this vine rected against a new sixman
or woman commits a crime and school board elected Saturday
Jrug penicillin. But in the past
goes to prison, It Is obvious that year more people are again be yard.Wdth his wife, Mrs. C. Louise Miller said the fact he,planned
their children.- also cou.d: suffer. ng Infected with syphilis, whichn Reddick and three daughters, to Issue an order for integration
Moses may have meant some turn means more cases of Ceo, Patricia and Joan, Rev. "doesn't mean I have in mind
.Ing. like that, because mankind ongenltal syphilis. So young ReddIck leaves to carve yet another now what the order will be."
has always sinned In many oeople, prospective fathers and landmark on his missionfor He added:
ways. Moses was a wise man and mothers, If you have medical God. "I have it In mind generally
being very godlike, he knew problems, especially If you have but not the exact provisions. Iwill
many things from law to medicine had painless: sores which have determine the exact word.
So, knowing medicine, he healed, blemishes on your face, Rev. A Joseph Reddick, one Beautiful Home Ing "of the order from the hear.
telling his people, both lathers of Miami's most progressive ing.
was ;palms of your hands or soles of
and mothers, If you break our feet, go to your family doc young ministers Is beaded for On Large Lot IMONROE
God's commandment, "Thou or for a blood test for syphilis!' the capital city and his new appointment Your lot can be a paymenton MUSIC HOUSE
shalt not commit adulteryl"! and )r visit your Dade County Health After six years sojourn
catch syphilis your children will Department Clinic for adVlce. at the St. James AME this 3-bedroom, 2-bath Everything In Gospel Music.
also have syphilis. It was true All who read this article can Church, Rev. Reddlck will take Everything for the Church.
then and remains a tact today. help us to control the dreadful over the pastorate at Dethel 1331 N.W. 56th St. Hymnals, Furniture, 1959 Com
Is the only disease which AME in Tallahassee. mentaries. Mail orders promptly
Syphilis disease
syphilis, by telling your i Open 3-5 .
p.m.Baron filled. 242'NW
the healthy development 8th St., Apt. 6.
can affect friends about the free bloodS test Coming to St. James in Aug.,
chUd1. FR 3.6493 Miami 36, Fla.
of the unborn JE 8-1340
ng service available: at your 1952, Rev. Reddlck Immediatelyset ,
In bib:leal times, the priests Dade County Health Department In motion a dynamic, Inspira D13VI'S
were also the doctors. When a Clinic, 1351 NW 14th ave. Then tional program of kingdom
person was covered with sores hundreds of children will never building. The more than 700
which could be caused ,by syph1 Suffer for the "Sins of the father. members are justly proud of the GUEST HOUSE .
I Is or leprosy and other disease, ." many new features which Rev. REASONABLE RATES ON ROOMSBy
they were called unclean and I (EDITOR'S NOTE: Have you I Reddlck added during tys. ad Day Week
banished from their village. When any questions you would like to ministration. These outstanding or
the sores healed they were saidto ask Dr. Elgin about your health? and unique features include the Efficiency Privileges Mrs. Elvira W. Smith, Prop.
be purified and allowed to re Address your letters to Dr Elgin building of a parish hall whlcn Phones: OX 1-5343 FR 9-9359
turn home. In the cases of syph care of the Miami Times. All houses the St. James AME 6393 N.W. 17th Avenue
Ills the healing of the painlesssores questions will be answered confidentially Kindergarten, dining facilitiesand
was not Indication that the If your letter is ac the pastor's study; a credit
disease was cured. Thus the un companied with a self addressed
cured mothers gave birth to stamped envelope.) -
syphilitic chl.dren. Syphilis has
not changed Its pattern from 11r

biblical continues times to be to spread the ''present.by those' It It..w..al'.I....'" : W ELCO M Er.

who are Ignorant of ways to prevent SUFFERERSV MOSS
It, signs and symptoms of E
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disease. Therefore, those un
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remain Infected and will always .. T.MT aausr .. T1s ICN.IIIIeAII8
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endanger the lives and happlnespof ,, OR eAa.n Ae01T..............

their children,offspring.The of. women with ,;sl{[( :.I!

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JUST BROWSN'PAUL / DIGGS TO \ SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1958 PAGE 7



ATTEND :AFRICAN Libya, Sudan, Ethiopia and the tlo will discuss colonialism and
R. HENRY
United Arab Republic will be Imperialism, racialism and die

"" .....-... - ...... - -- CONFERENCEMichigan held Dec. 5-12) In Accra, Ghana. .criminatory, laws and practises
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The purpose of the conference tribalism and religious separatism -
In Havana Cuba on Christmas Well the 77 Negro Congressman
were
you among
Day a X85-ft. monument to drivers caught In the roadblock: Charles C. Dlggs Jr., has been according to Ghana' Prime Minister and the comparative positionof
Kwame Nkruham Is "to African
chieftaincy under colonial
our Lord and Saviour Jesus last Sunday. Here are the violations endorsed by the Department of
some sort of blueprint rule and free democratic
Christ will be unveiled. The I : State to attend the AUAfricanPeople's prepare *
which will; servo as a guide foi government. .
monument, overlooking Ha.vana's Conference as an observer -
harbor costs $200,000 and Six for drunk driving, two for for the United State Govern the struggle for Independence In This will be the trip to Ghana

was financed by the Cuban drunk driving without licenses, ment. the dependent territories of Af for Congressman Dlggs, who
I rica." was a member of the official U.
government and private contri- two for drunken driving, and
butors. two drunkeness.The The historic. meeting which Aimed at formulating plans S. delegation attending the young

The figure was scluptured by others for speeding and will be attended by delegates for an African Non-Violent Rev African Republic's Independence

Jllma Madera from 600 tons of Improper passing, failure to from' Morocco, Tunisia, Liberia, olution, the week long conven- Celebration in March of 1957

Carrarra marble: It took her stop at stop signs, etc. a

seven months with 400 I laborers.
Former County Solicitor, Rob

The United States Sixth Courtof ert Taylor died In a hospital this

Appeals recently ruled that week after a long Illness.A /oabi., :

the Brotherhood Locomotive folk
Firemen and Engineers have lot are predicting

the sole right to determine whoit that Texas Prairie View heavy

should admit to membership.The Panthers will run' aU over our a+
FAMU Rattlers. This Browser Is
opinion was given In an appeal
not of that opinion. He remembers
of Lee Oliphant and 13 '-7', udLlLlw
David and Goliath. r '
other Negro firemen who were '
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denied membership In the
union Eastern Airlines and the Unionare

still standing pat. Encouraging -
to the union Is
the $200,000
Etta Moton, world famed con
Teamsters boss Hoffa
cert artists, lecturer and civic promisedto
loan them this week.
leader, flew to Ghana via Parts

on one the new jet planes to attend

the All-African: : ,Peoples
I Check Your '
Conference which is being held ir RecordHave tt/:# AZ'k '
Accra from Dec. 6 to 12. >; \
you checked your social '

security account lately If not
:Miss Moton was invited} by
then what happened to Steve
the Prime Minister Kwame
Spine because he didn't check
N'crumah. She I' the wife of
Claude Darnett, director of the ais could' happen to you.

Associated Negro Press. Mr Stare was an Itinerant Negro

Barnett Is touring Africa and re- worker with a large lamlly. He

'easing some very Interesting didn't have a steady job until

stories. I 1949. From that date he was N5

regularly employed by a manu .,.
With Race:
"What's Wrong
facturing In
concern February,
Relations!" is a timely book 1954, Steve, then 66, was laid

written by a Wisconsin college off because- failing eyesight.When .
teacher and councellor Harriet
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his employer brought him
Harmon Dexter. It Is the only
'n to file his social security
nationwide account of America'sBolid
claim, it looked like everything
: accomplishments In ovfercoming -
was in order and Steve would :
racial Injustice. She pre
start quickly receiving benefits
sents a factual and positive picture
based on first hand studyof for himself and his family.

present conditions which exist
But When Steve's wage record
In: labor and housing, trans
was received, it showed no
portation, schools and colleges
wages credited to him for any
and recreation churches,
sports '
of the work done since 1949.
I
the press, the course, voting and His Work before that was not ) n m;
the armed forces. You can getIt
enough to five him an insured
from Harper Bros. Publishersfor
', status and entitlement to benefits. r r ,
four dollars. Steve was in a bad way! In Y 9

vestigation revealed that all ofSteve's ,
George Milton who drove his "
car into the Miami River last wages had been creditedto 44t/:
another Steve Splvas because
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June while his companion, Min
Steve had given his employer
nie Claybourne was asleep on
an incorrect social sec arty
,
the back seat, wa convicted of I
account number. It took v
several
first degree murder, but becauseof
months to locate the other
the jury's recommendation formercy ' FlEISCHMANN'S PREFERRED-BLENDED WWSfff
Steve Splvas and get their ac
,
Mlltoti will life 1m-
get
Milton counts properly: credited During 90 PROOF 65% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS
prlnsonment. paid prem- '
iums on her two-month old life these months, Steve and his family FLEISCHMANN'S GIN-90 PROOF DISTILLED FROM AMERICAN GRAIN

insurance of $10,000, then It were In a very bad way despite ', THE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY
happened. the help of friends and relatives

All of this delay could ,

Reports from West Palm Beach have been avoided had Steve "" --III!I'f 11" Ir'--_nnmnIIi""llllllllilll'' \ --'II'-"" ,"" "" "" "'" --"'\/IiI!"..

tell of a play at the Norton Art checked 'his account regularlyso

Gallery that was used for the the error would have been
distribution of race-baiting printed found and corrected before he r" f
matter. filed his claim.


The audience found the antl- Both Stev's insured status and

Semitic anti-UN literature on the amount of hit monthly benefit -

their automobiles. depended upon his earnings
record just as yours do. You f

Eugene Harris, .plaT director should check your account at

announced at the end of the lease every three years to be sureIt

play that he had a "sad announcement Is correct. If Steve had done WILL PUBLISH ITS SPECIALfUjrtfitmas
to make." 'He '''beld this, there would have been no

up the printed matted and reada delay 'In the payment of his
oud the banner headline, "The IbeneflU.


Coming Written of In Red Ink Dictatorship in the margin" Yes, It happened to Steve (t! Ebtttrin t

were the words, "The Diary of and' It could happen to you. To
Ann-Frank is a Communist play" sure It doesn't" happen, get a free
Wage Record postcard from

Now commissioners, listen: your nearest social security office

Some Negroes should be among enter your name, date of
thoae 30 Jobs !being distributedor birth, 'social security number Saturday Dec. 20

about to be distributed. Remember and addess mall It and ,

we are among Dad make sure your wage account

Countlans who pay taxes, won't will be In order when you need

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"<" :"PAGE 8 'SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1958 Meets
Attention all parents who have iITITYp
children attending Northwestern
. . t L . . L . . .- . . Senior High School. There will
IH fATRE
be 1vl'ry Important Parent p /

Road Teachers'evening, 8:00 meeting: p,m. next In the Monday auditorium .

,, Along Freedoms The president, Anthony. NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St
requesting your attendance
I Simons: Is
'.',: By RUTH PERR\; -------- on Dec 15, and other -
members of the community who
. . . . . . . . . . . ........ . . . . . .T I can attend are incited to do BO FRIDAY AND SATURDAYRODANI

i I have found tho ,Rev. ,A. Leon had some things to say about his
Iiowry, president of the Florida critics. "Whether the question Is Annual TeaYou
:,. \ State Conference of NAACP one of the Advancement of human '
branches a fortrlsht, determined knowledge! through researchof are cordially Invited to
and outspoken man. It Is very law find order, or of the rightof attend St Phillip's Annual Tea, JOHN WAYNE
capsuling to know that the head all persona to equal protection Sunday, D14 at 4 pm at St.
of our State Conference Is sutha = o-f the laws, the federal Phillip's Church Opa Locki TUB
mm: bwuufip the present la overnni>> nt need become Involved Entertainment, refreshmentspiizea I \
net tho lime tor timid or silent I only when the states fill to Ml we'come'Heroines ARTuAN \
IrmlciR! In his keynote address act" lIe went on to fillY, "If ----
to the 19th Annual Conventionof there have been times in the past Tea GE1sms &
tho P ends Stito: ConferenceIn when the federal government has
Diytonu lint month State become too deeply Involved In Progressive Court No 41 tar
\'rtlldf'nl. Lowry until: state matters, it has happened Heroine of Jericho cordially Invltes '
only when the states themselves the public to come and sip .
"We are striving to get rid of have failed to meet the needs of tea with us and have fun with '\.
segregation and In Its place- we the people" t'\e league at the home of our
me' seeking. respect, We are com Most Ancient Matron Mrs Reset ,
milted to wage unrelenting war THMY/ SOUl* IT ta Sullivan 4635 NW 27th ave.
on every vestige or segregation Sunday" Dec 14. 5 to 7 p.m.
from here to eternity. The ae- J E. Baril, manager of the
sedation Is not fighting, to take Florida Development Comrals
away from the White aouthernor nlon's planning and oommunltyservll's SUNDAY MONDAY
anything that he has The fightIs division recently said: CAPITOLTHEATRE
that the Negro might get his "Hefore any progress can be : ::' .
made to get rid of Negro slum
oiiu.il share We want our rights They gave .
too. We are not fighting to marr areas have the to J't'a'ize Negroes Improvementsmust are going to S\T. MII>MTI: their lives to the skies ..Gr
.. Southern' White women. We SUV, .MOV, TUN.:
. maintain segregation, I their love to one girl
uro fighting to come out of the 1> : 15 JO f .
K\14
think the NAACP :S
and those who
dirty hovels and nasty dens, from
.
dIm y lighted streets.Ye art ire behindthe NAACP definitely "NASSAU ISLAND . "
fkhtlng. that we move nlc'ted us out. I am going to I
make Washington to advocate and defend WOMEN"Pino t 0 0 t
wlwre our talent :ead, We ares o ,
.ylnR to the* South that grant Arkansas' position that '
it .K the Negro liberty does not of the preservation of deep- I storrna,
'lob the White luan of hU conBlttutton.il toms seated," tradition and social cus, 'Showdown at Abilene' I Anne Baxter William Holden Sonny Tufts
: rights ai\d Cod' .
,given _
"
freedom," ol. William Bendix Sterling HaydenLBYING
Ruby Hurley, Southeast Regional
SITUKMK Jl 'TICKS Secretary of the NAACP r
SPK\K OUT said a few days ago"The
,i NAACP does not seek to "force" RITZTHEATRE
Since the Supreme: Court decision integration The NAACP does
on (school integration in not seek to make it possible for
1954, there have been many attacks Negro Americans to have the SUN. MON. TUES
oir the justices, 'and upon same rights and chances a? othei
the Court Itself, Criticism li: a s Americans. The Supreiye Court. sit "SAGA OF HEMP

..; ...... :- iftjflnly boon levelled against these' men ha* spoken and wp wllljci>nttaU f{ . BROWN" YOU
br 'plath"1'lahta. advocates to press for: our rUCatoditafc fc
Recently, several memo porlu.nltles using all legal Rorjr Calhoun
bers of the Supreme Court have eatlonand\ legislative naea Plus

either directly or indirectly, answered to the end that we will be fre U'l' Twilight of Gods" .
'
some of their critics by 63.
justice John M. Harlan, speak Rock Hudson
I
Ing before a group of New KIDS CAUSE
York lawyers -
recently, told them
that a lot of the criticisms a
heap U
BOMB SCARETAMPA TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
('lIon I the court was "lre ponlb1e -
abu!'e" bj persons who Two Negro children BUNCHETHEATRE
should know- better He Mid that nine and 10, admitted* to Juren-
while same discussions of OPA LOC to
court lie officials Wednesday they had
opinions have been thoughtful made a "faV "*bomb ware phone Trl' NA 1 .7322

and worthwhile. It too often has call to a school. The two were SUN.. MON. TUES. h
been of a kind more usually as Identified leas" than an hour afto ,
related with the "*'* HUrlnc Action
hut'and ei the tall:
oeui of politic! campaign than Authorities battling a ware et "STAKE OUT ON BRIGITTE
Uce.with the administration of jus call which totaJe 11 this week DOPE STREET"* BARDOT I

Chief declined to say how they learned PLUSRonaM b....,-e M.k. w fi'
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Miami Jordan to be Classic Parade THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newtpaper"

Minister Vacations "Fighting .... ...Continued from page 1 .. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1958 PAGE 9
Champ".Los
I With, 'Family corner of NW 14th St. and 5th
ave. at 12:30: and will
p.m. cover:
_
Angeles, Calif
(CNS)
parade will move off from tha
: ..
-": '"'- The new welterweight champion, "MISS PAN AMERICAN"
the following ruote:
J ;. Don Jordan says: "I'll be a fight
r' Ing EAST on 14th St, to 3rd am,,
champion His
Nesseth manager Don south on 3rd ave to Mh st., easton
, backs that up with Oth t. to 2nd anorth on
"There are a couple of fights on 211(1 a,'60, to llth terr., tat t u.rf
around Los 4
. Angeles for Jordan
on hulls terr. to hat place, northon
and he'll
4. chance." give Akins another 1st place to 14th at., west on
14th at. to Oth ave., south on
"It's Oth nve. to imV high school
a great feeling beingchamplon.
I '
I I can make 135 Iba. where the parade will disband.

II I and wou'd like to fight Joe
f fI Brown for the lightweight title," Mrs. Ina Blachshear
II Jordan
I revealed On Carver YMCA

Staff
I : J Terence and has pastored several '
Mrs. Ina N1 Yi ,
Blackshear ofMiami's
churches In the State of Pennsyl one 2' y
vania. mx>st conscientious civic( '
't"f He is very active in the k
I civic and religious life of ReadIng workers and leaders is on the
and is affiliated with the fol staff of the 0. W. Carver Branch
I lowing organizations: YMCA according to Franklin D

I The Reading Mtnlsterlum and ROBS, program director,
Greater Council of Churches, the Mrs. Blackshear will serve asGirls'
Lenten School of Supervisor of the Carver
. Religion, chair
f .AI man of the Prr, rAm. fVimrrilf.... on Branch at its new site, 5775 NW
1 Rev James C. Bannerman, of I
, I D.D., :formerly ,of this city, Is Member of Interracial Lecturer, Mt. Zion Baptist Church, serving
visiting his mother, Mrs. Zeola NAACP chaplain, Progressive in the capacity of Sunday
Moore and other relatives at the Democratic Club, Elks, Oddfel School superintendent of the
family home, 1427 NW 6th ave. lows and Free and Accepted nursery department Mrs. Black ,
during the Thanksgiving: season. Mason. shear has served as Den Mother
Rev. Bannerman Is now the pastor with the Boy Scouts of America a
of Bethel AME Church, At present the Bethel Church and has also served on tho A't
Reading, Pa. membership is engaged In a boards of other agendas in the y ? "
I $70,000 building fund program. community. She has recently become :
Before leaving the state, Rev. Rev. Bannerman is ably assisted a member of the SouthFlorida

Bannerman rebuilt the AME by his wife, Mrs. Velma King I Association on Children, a .
Church In Illaleah, pastored the Bannerman, daughter of Bishop Under Six. _
church In Key West and the St. Willis J. King, Methodist Church Her primary Interest and concern
Paul Church, Leesburgh. He of New Orleans, La. Mrs. Ban in the] welfare of young
hopes to reunion also with former nerman Is Reading' first Negro people makes her an ideal person
teachers from Booker Washington teacher. file younger daughter, for this job description, working
High School and Edward Miss Marva Bannerman is a recent mainly with grade school and

.Waters College. graduate psychiatric nurse high school girls) The Carver .. t1i- -- _ ..,...-.
Rev. Bannerman Is a member at the Marlboro State Mental Branch enthusiastically welcome
of the Philadelphia Annual Con Hospital, Marlboro, N. J. the service of Mrs. Blackshear. Mrs l&ldle Mae Smith Royal, late of Northwestern Senior
I oihanuing daughter of Mr. ftn(l lllKh Hfhool. Roosevelt Winfleldin
:Mm.Mcy Beaks of Illaleah, wa prr ldent of the club. i
named "Miss I'an American" in
SATURDAY the first contest sponsored) by the Thank You
I'an American World Airway

Einloee'i Social Club Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hudson
NIGHT
)(1'''. Royal has previously ridden of 1621 NW 1st Court, take this

.. on the annual Pan American method to express their deepest
;
y; 8 p.m. float for four yean ThU year appreciation to the Frontiers of
.: ,.4- b, For The National Negro Collegiate Ohampioiuihlp s he will ride ILl their quet"I1'in America for .their kindness during -
the iwrade Dec. 13. the Thanksgiving' season.
l She wan the winner of the first May the Lord ever bless and
prize a trip to Havana, Cuba keep you. Again, thanks a mil
Hllh all fllllll\llIIt'1i] ) altl. Miss Jen. lion. .-
rte Hinith wnui the winner of the Mr. and Mrs. Rebert Hudson
Necond<< prize and Mrs. Coulee
llrpbuni was the* winner of the I
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" The Dreadful Cause .

SATURDAY DECEMBER 13 1958 Uy William Henry Huff for ANP
PAGE 10 ,
K very body who had seen them TV REPAIRS
Hold them both In high esteem
I Alumnus of The Year 50 LAWYERS Till the wolf came In between
them
I I Blasting both their hope and
FROM 4 STATES
dream.Gone'drcttms. NO CHARGE

MEET AT NCC of sweet tomorrows ,
Gone are pleasures, hopes and If we can't fix it in your home
DURHAM, N.C. ,- (ANP) Joys
Approximately 60 lawyers from Now a multitude of sorrows
Georgia, South and North Carolina Peace of mind a wolf destrojs. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.-Sunday 10 to 3
and Virginia were told here
this week that they must help Volunteers Needed DRIVE-IN SERVICE
defend the United States judiciary
from attacks by irresponsible For Mother's, March -e-
.
: critics.Dr.
Albert L. Turner, dean of Volunteers are needed now for ALL WORK GUARANTEEDPickup
the North Carolina College law the Mothers' March of Dimes,
school, delivered the warning In county-wide March of Dimes col4 and Delivery-No Charge
an address before .one of three lection plan which: will take
yearly) meetings of the South place next January 29.
eastern Lawyers Association The Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub,
one-day meeting was held at chairman of the Mothers' March,
a North Carolina College asked volunteers to phone today yr s UIERIU PROMO
In his address, which came ata pointing out that the Dade Coun 6 TV. CORP* 4 P r
banquet climaxing the meeting, ty Chapter, National Foundations
Turner took note of the recent not only continuing the battlo . 2243 TO 62ST.V RADIOS'
censure_of the United States Su, against polio but Is now wagingwar
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dean of court defects, arthritis + #
Dr. Leander J. Shaw, preme by an organizationof against birth ,
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the graduate school, Florida state Supreme Court justicesand virus diseases, and disorders t e AUTO w '
A&M University, was unanimously declared that lawyers must of the central nervous
chosen as "Alumnus of realize tha.t the U S. Supreme system.
the Year" by the West Virginia justices cannot defend themselves She asked volunteers who
State College National Alumni I to come to the defense of the could work .one hour the nightof
Rssociatlon, The citation was court January 29 in their own block
Awarded Dr. Shaw following a to phone FR 5621.
banquet In Charleston, W. Va., PINDER SAYS
er.In which he was the guest speak SEARCH ILLEGAL WARD, SINGERSON American Phono TV Corp.

STEVE

Student Nurses, I wig Howard Wednesday Pinder accused, numbers T-men big of ALLEN'S SHOWDECEMBER 2243 N.W. 62nd Street NE 5-7225

Capped at 'SkegeeThirty using illegal means to get the 14
search warrane they used In a __ I -J-- ,,- '
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sophomores New York City (ANP)
raid Nov 1 on one of his resi-
Nightingale
and took the When Clara Ward's Singers are
Pledge during the capping exec dences. seen on the Steve Allen's Show
cise held Sunday, Nov 23 In Lo The raid on PInder's place at Sunday night, Dec 14. The group SEE THE
gan Hall, Tuskegee Institute. 10617 NW 32nd place, resulted will be composed of Edna
Among them were two Florldl in the arrest of Pinder and 12 Crocket, Clara Ward, Julia WORLD'SGREATEST
ans; Joarvonla Weston of West associates. Fields, Mildred Means, Gertrude
Palm Beach and Marva Batson of Revenue agents seized about Ward and Esther Vaughn.
Miami.Dr. $23,000 and gambling materials. They will sing Clara Ward'sown ,
Clifton O. Dummett, chief version of "Swing Low ,
dental service. .of Veterans Administration In an affidavit filed in Federal Sweet Chariot," "Didn't It Rain" COLORED
Hospital, Tuskegee, Court here, Pinder safd the and "Sometimes I Feel Like a
said to the group, "It Is Increasingly agents should be prevented from Motherless Child."
apparent that coming using the seized property as evi PSYCHIC ,
participation will be on a fully dence against him.
open and completely competitivebasis. He contended the search war Body Building Gym READER
This fact constitutes the rant issued by a federal judge For' Opa Locka
aged challenge to this college) for the Nov. 1 raid was obtained'
generation" only after the agents had Sunday, Dec. 14 at 3:30: p.m.
lie admonished students to searched another of his residences at 1995 NW 152nd St. will bea
grasp every opportunity that at 1642 NW 19th St., grand opening of Zeke Poitier's PROF.BURTER
their college career provides for: without a warrant, obtaining Home Gym. This is just a start ,
growth and preparation to meet evidence they used to persuadethe to something bigger Zeke will % 4
the challenge. be rememberd as "Super Zeke"
judge to Issue the search
warrant. for his prowess at body buildingand
AFRICAN BISHOP weight lifting which he Introduced M
to Nassau on a com
ORDAINS 61 petitive scale. lIe was also one
GIVE. GIVE TO THE ofthe stalwarts of St. Agnes PROF. HUNTER

WHITE PRIESTS track and field team. Boys, see If tick worried In trouble this U the
airs
UNITED FUND!! Zeke and .one day you may bo you or )
Wuerzburg Germany (ANP) Mr. Miami. D13 place to com. Don't stay in the rut, push back the
Bishop Plus Boneventura r veil of bad luck that seems to hold you In your track,
Diamini, native Roman Catholic 1 and advance forward by the help of God under the
prelate of Umzlmkulu, Union .of leadership of Prof. Hunter who has 30 years of experience

South priests Africa from, Austria ordanied, Germany 31 white; DR. C. ,M. SMITH in spiritualist and occult science. Make your
homo happy. He will show how
and Switzerland recently. you to bypass your
The Zulu bishop is currentlyon ,:,. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON enemies and get the things that life demands for you.
a tour of Germany .
Bishop Diamini was born In ANNOUNCES T1IK UK,OPENING OV HIS '
1908 In the Mariannhill Diocese
He was ordained In 193 and con OFFICE FOR GENERAL PRACTICE AT
secrated In 1954.
He is one of 24 Negro bishops
appointed by the late Pope Pius 1324 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 1'1714-Day or Night
XII. Of the number, 23 are native D20 \
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African. The other Is the
Most Rev. Joseph Bowers, D.D.,
bishop of .Accra, Ghana .


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The NAACP'd 82nd annual Holiday CLOSED ALL DAY WED
M Seals campaign has been Health'
launched with a letter of appeal Reactivation CALL IN PERSON
f from Miss Lena Home, star of
the Broadway musical hit, "Ja Center 5417 S.W. 17th St.
maica." Proceeds from the sale

3f seals at $1.00 the NAACP for a'beet carry of, 276 N.W. 6th St. (Suite 118)FR Hollywood, Fla.
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Sifford I THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People. Newspaper"SATURDAY
Roach in North-South Tourney II

DECEMBER 13, 1958 PAGE 11.


The 6th annual Ray Mitchell .
North-South Winter golf tournaments
IN FINE
will be held Feb. 10.13 at WHISKEYFk&unann's

Miami Springs Country Club, according -
to an announcement last
week by promoter Ray Mitchell
: from New York City.
......"""""'-' ... Golfers from all sections of the
United States are expected to be

WELCOME TO MIAMI we too can brag about our in Miami for the star-studded attraction is: the ggt \
CLASSIC FANS which has devloped Into \
scholarly population
our minis one of the outstanding. winter
LADKElAND. OentiUmens, ters doctors and '
Meet Miami! She is a golden gal Our educational system businessmen.boasts golf tournaments of the year. to \ _
nestling In the deepest South. some of the best elementary and Defending champions Charlie buy...
Her greatest features are her high schools in the South Our Sifford, Los Angeles, amateurJoe
c'lmate, exotic year-round bloomIng cultural aide we would Roach, St. Louis, and Myrtle kti
flowers, blue ocean waters, with that of the hometown compare of Patterson, New York, women's
romantic moonlight nights, clean' our visiting team or that of At champion who was. runner-up In .,
air and many attractions to lanta, Ga.After the 1958 United Golfers Associa
keep one busy on the go. the tion's national tourney at Pittsburgh
There are Indian villages with will be game tonight you will defend their titles.
looking for
in the city limits where Seoul- in a little revelry Miss Patterson is a thtee-time '
noles live in our night spots, or at winner of the tournament ,
huts and live as the having
house
many
much as their forebears did thousands sister parties. In our won the women's crown in
of years ago. Palms county of Breward the 1954 and. 1958. Roach was men's f
of
Hallandale:
If you want to set a dizzy pace down the red carpet and is laying Invit champion In 1957 and 1958, __

try keeping in step with Miami's trig you to_the Official Classic while Richard Gardner, New s..r. .,
....
winter sports program. -It's not uance. At Dinner York, was champion in 1954 and -
Key Auditor
recommended for slow poke Jim I ium Illinois Jacquet and his 1955. Eural Clark, Los Angeles,
and Sarah, but you have come band will rock the house. All of won the event in 1956. In the ?
to the right place for quality and 'the stay-up-late spots will be on pro division winners have been r
quantity in sports. the alert to entertain you, and Zeke Hartsfield, New York, 1954,
Miami has 120 continuous daysof If your appetite needs to be sated Sam Woodson, Columbia, S. C.,
racing at three horse tracks there are many floe eating places 1955, Ted Rhodes, Chicago, 1956
I ready to and Charlie Sifford 1957 and wA
where one may go and relax and satisfy your every 1958.
watch the thoroughbreds gallop, whim and fancy.
Persons
seeking
additional
or lay two dollar In.
a bet on a filly Tonight as
you watch the gym' formation on the tournament are
and thrill to the sight of nastic I
your carryiiigons between
tho
advised
to write
to Ray Mitchell,
horse t uDderlng.don_ to the two teams you are unwittingly I 473 West 158th St., New York.
unisn wire ana wins oy a nose I being a witness I!
Being nearer to Central and,I changes that have to taken dramatic place, ..........._--.........

South America than any other racially, here in our town. Not so A
city in the U. S. she has becomethe .ong ago there was no minglingof I PUNPHUN :
crossroad of the Americas. the races at the Orange Bowl, '
To the east and southeast lie but that's history now: history By PHIL 0830FIR

a string of Caribbean Islands which we have left behind. We ...---..-.--- 90 '
stretched out like a string of are considered by some as leadIng Brotherhood: Doing for others '.
pearls beckoning you to their the southern cities in hu Instead of doing others. \ \ i i
irresistible charms. man relationship.So Falsehood: Ku Klux Klan uni Ptoof.:
Sight/Being tours would take Welcome to Miami and the form. .
in most of MJaml's attractionsand 26th Annual Orange Blossom \H
Character: Person who hasn't
extend as far as Key West: Classic. And may you have a any. the
over the Overseas Highway, one helluva grand time! Take home pay: Something that's reosonwml
of the major engineering feats too small to take anywhereelse.
of the century Attends Sigma /

If you miss seeing Vlzcaya Toll bridge: A place. where you \\\4\
in the Deering Estate will before '-"
you Gamma Rho Meets come across you go
really deprive yourself. of seeing across BLENDED WHISKEY 90 PROOF 65% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS
Old World eights. There is nowhere Repentence: Making up for lust THE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING
CORPORATION NEW YORK
else in the U.S. to see I time. CITY
plants, buildings, artistic drawIngs 1 Divorce (French) : Laumour detour
paintings, etc. From there
right across the Rickenbacker 'II Divorce Highball: Marriage on'
Causeway there is famed Virginia I the rocks. FOR BETTER PICTURES . See

Deach, Crandon Park add the I I II Money: One of life's fundamen M
world's largest seaquarium. Of I tals. Johnson f MiamiDinners
all your sightseeing trips we White Skin: Something acquired r
recommend these two places Occidentally, accidentally.Split .
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your list. case half ,
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At the Miami Seaquarlam you ./ logical. Home Movies
will see species of fish from allover
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member. The also discussed
group
sea.fte to the great whale and I
porpoise, not to mention man- the coming 1960 national 409 N.W. 17th Street FR 72294GRAND
eating boule to meet in the Southeastern
sharks, turtles hundredsof
region here In "lIaml.:1'eW.'t.Wbt..eeO _
years old and arare fishes by I 1 1 1 '

the hundreds.The .,.. .. t 'v..': :..;,v.'v..e.:.' ,-w..':'':.':'.:'II:''=':..' .._:'....';,....,..:..:...:..:.r.:t.ni..r.' ..:..r...:.r...':.r.. .r....:.w. :.r.. :..:..WYbl1Q
handful of people, out of ...
our 761,000 you will come In \;JA ;. I ,J
contact with will be no different J: .,f t
) OPENINGLarge
from Than are those friend you left And at anxlnuathat home. ; ; ., ,. f,, ... I IW' r Nl
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you have a swell time In I
Mrs. AUene V. Taylor basileus I
our city. On the Ave. (2nd, in '
Miami, 15th in Liberty City and : of the local Gamma Sigma
Grand in the Grove) you will Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho j
met last weekend with Airy Apis1x
find the same type pimps and Sorority, t :
hustlers with processed hair, the the sorority's National Grand
same hip wiggling females, the Baslleus, Edna Douglas, in.
same whistling wolves and Cleveland, Ohio. It was the an
emaciated hangers-on that you dual meeting of the constitution} 1&2 BEDROOMS
see all the time back home. Bu( board of which Mrs. Taylor to a
.. FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHEDNO x

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SAVE THAT BUS FARE! J MODERN TILE BATH, BUILT-IN IRONING BOARDS

PLAY AREA, OFFSTREET P IRKING, ETC.

CHRISTMAS LAYAWAY $1.00
MANAGER LIVES ON PREMISES TO KEEP PLACE ORDERLY

Doll*-1.49, 2.98, 8.75, 5JSO Cowboy lists 1.10 AND CLEAN

Gun Holster Set, .07 8.05 Dishes .77 2.08

Cowboy Suit, 1.08 2.98 Drama .88 8.08

1060 N.W. 62nd Street

Union skates, push toys, Xmas Light, Xmw tree aDd deco

raters, wreaths, gift, gUsswaw, box handkerchiefs, ,toy W* I Across From Food Fair Apply at Rental Office Apt. 28

chans blackboard Dr. and None kit, top, ptwnogr+$PISpianos ,

grow, footballs,, ,helmet, track, tractor., children' Also 329 N.W. 22nd r
Street
clothing hats gloves' drew material, simplicity pattern
orders sold day-Mon. thru PH. ':43 ..... tin ":111 III
every
money
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper"PAGE.12 Range. . .... "h_.... '
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SATURQAY, DECEMBER 13, 1958 CARDS. =, MEMORIALS. Mrs. Ltd a )B.if Lucas of 68f&J:

... Nw*lllth ave.lt:\ led at'.1'.eF''est]
denceSh'De*. TB. Her urylvoh

,. .a::" " Include her husband, Davis, one
' Thank YouWe IN MEMORIAM, aonu:Iid6v bf Dayton Ohior one

,\ 1''1' In sad bqt loving memory.,of daI.ter..r..slx! :! sisters, two brothers ,
.,:, ,.. the family of the late tns'SYLVIA 'MAcON ana other"refatIves7'"Funerarservices '
TENNANTwish
MR. SOLOMON
our sincere who departed this life Dec 12; Were conducted f!'at Mtr
to express
Tabor ,Baptist Church "on' Wed'
1957.
thanks and appreciation. to every
their kind sympathy nesday, Dec. 10.;with'the Rev. J.- ;
one for showing of be A year has gone since you N. Byrd officiating; ,Durial: was,
oust hours
during \ walked the last mile of the way." at Evergreen Cemetery, '

reavement. Sleep on and take your rest, we 11. =r '
May God forever bless you. loved you, but Jesus loves you Peter .McPherson >of..2099 NW
Ardelle Tennant, wL
best. 76th St, died at' Kendall Hospital -
Jeanette and Solomon Jr., Stella Veareance, daughter
children on Dec. 6 following an extended -
Brown, grandson
Johnny period of illness, ;His survivors
Leroy Brown, and wife
I CARD OF THANKSThe Nephew and niece ,include several sons and
II', daughters. Funeral services will
'I Mrs. Annie Bell be conducted on;Dec. 13 at Sal-
Ij: Jon OPPORTUNITIES family of
greater, Miami Urban, League, FOR SALE Smith. 1960 NW 56th St., who ters Ci( yield, Brownsville. Burial
will be at Lincoln Memorial
for and was buried Dec. DEATHSHouse
announces the opportunities: died Dec. 2
50x150 DEERFIELD BEACH !C'. its apprecia Cemeteiry,
they following positions 8, wishes to express
Bridge( maintenance mechanic on S.E. 2nd Ct. East of S.E. Is. tlon for the special kindness and
Communications Operator Terr. Terms. Call Miami FRanklin consideration shown during Its Allen: Hudson of 459 NW 6th
Library Guard 7-4812 lath bereavement.We of Albert. . St. died at Jackson Memorial

Book Mender wish to express special Mrs. Carrie Williams of 1632 Hospital on Dec. 4 following a
Clerk Stenographer: I TWO FRAME on one lot. Takes thanks to the Range Funeral NW 5th court, died at Jackson period of, illness He is survived
Student Trainee Engineering :cash. 2331 N.W. 55th St. Home, Rev. Edward T. Grahamand Memorial Hospital, Dec. 4. Fun by a daughter, Mrs. J. McNearof

Electrician I officers and members of Mt eral services, Saturday, Dec. 13, New York City. Funeral ar
Store Clerk I I, LOT. Reasonable price. Nassau. Zion Baptist Church. We also 2 p.m.' at Mt. Calvary Baptist rangements are incomplete
Engineering Draftsman Village, Front Wolf Road. Bethel thank the many friends who Church with the pastor, Rev. E. pending the rrlval.. of his daugh
6828 NW 18th
Sundries ave.
Field Representative sent cards, telegrams, flowers M. Thomas officiating. A granddaughter ter. '*
Phone OX 1.8765.Rummage
Treatment Plant Mechanic and other donations. survives. Interment in
Staff Writer (female) Hershell Smith, husband Evergreen. Mrs. Elnora Jamison of 527
Welders Ramble And FamilyMessage NW 6th ave., died at Jackson-
Pipefitter James Alfred Smith, pioneer Hospital on Dec. 7. She is survived .
(maintenance on ship) Saturday, December 13, for of ThanksThe Miamian of 3523 Charles Ave., by her mother, Mrs Carrie
Painter (ship) Cardiac Home. Held on lawn at died Dec. 6 at Jackson MemorialHospital Mae Michael of Orangeburg S.C.
Por detail information regard 2518 NE 2nd 'ave. Gracie'sThrlft' family of the late Mr following an extended She will be sent on Saturday to
in.g'the above Jobs contact H.' .hop._All donations from Hartman Dean wishes to express period of illness He was well Orangeburg for final rites.
Allen Wheatley Jr., of ,the wealthy people. Men, women an(1chtldren's sincere thanks and deepest ap] known among the Fraternal. Or

Greater Miami Urban League, clothing cheap. preclatlon to the many friends ders, having been a Mason, Elk Mrs. Lethan Williams of 217
located at 395 NW 1st St., or call 1000 household items lOc each who sent cards, telegrams and and other afflllalteet!' Surviving NW 15th St., died at Mt. Inal1I0spitaJ'
3 doz. new blankets $1 and $2. I
FIt 16476. flowers. Especially do we wishto
are his widow, Mrs. Lillian on Dec. 9 following a
All day. thank Elliott J. Pieze and Smith :a local beautician; two lengthy illness She is survivedby

; WANTEDHELP editors of the Miami Times. brothers two sons, James Cul a daughter, Mrs. Susie

; WANTED The Family iuer and Samuel Culmer who is Holmes, a son L. C. Reid, and
n instructor at Floral Heights other relatives. Funeral arrangements .
HIGHEST BEACH WAGES paidto
,};\,urea. maids, cooks, to live in FOR SALE IN MEMORIAMIn Elementary School Services will are Incomplete and will
or out. Handymen and porters, be conducted Dec. 13 at 3 p.mit be announced over local radio

experienced,: getting' ,$50. 'Hotel $400 Down memory' of the late, Theodore, Christ Episcopal Church Fr. stations.
maids= some slx-day at $35. Rev. E. S. Henry Gibson officiating with
who departed this life Dec. 13, ourla. in Paradise Cemetery.
A&M
We will give $2.QO transportation 3-bedroom home, car- BAND ON
to hostess bringing us 11215: p.m., 19 54. Gone but not .
any
"' porte, many other 'leatures Betty Jean Woodard died November
a liveinxglrl we place. Salaries, forgotten. 30 and was laid to rest 45
brand CBS. WAXThe
new
Come'ear1y'lnthe / rpm
$3S-$50 weekly. ( :
Some day we will meet again Dec. 9. Survivors are a grandmother .
? morning with your clothes.) where parting will be no more. and an aui U
\ "" Florida: A&M University
i See Mrs. Mao at
Violet F. wife '
Henry,
.r.J. Marching Band--;
RELIABLE EMPLOYMENTAND 2-bedroom home, dining recently record.
: NURSING SERVICE Richardson ed four numbers on a 45
. prui
room, closed porch, IN MEMORIAMIn extended play
432 Espanola Way 6n the' Beach record that is on
many other features. tI James Allen sale this weekend.The .
; loving memory of Hampton, 2121
FOR RENT 'N.W. 55th St. near'' 'I SYBIL S. HOGAN NW 3rd court, passed in Jackson' recording was made in

2 BEDROOM APT. Stove, refrig- 15th Ave. who passed away Dec. 11, 1954 Memorial Funeral' services Hospital were on conducted Dec. 'I I Tallahassee by the DISC Studios
-
erajor, water Iree. Only $17 per $1,500 Down No one knows how much we miss from the Grace Presbyterian I of Miami Beach. The records,
wefk. 844 NW 70th St. Phone r you, officiating.. The body which sell for a $1.00 are on
was shipped '
'' sale
No one knows the bittef pain at North's Travel Bureau,
NA, 1-6953., to Palatka for burial.
Many others We have suffered since we los Community Drug Store, Mary

NICE FURNISHED room In you, Still ,born McGowian, Infant Elizabeth Hotel, and Grand
Bunche Park section 6f 0 p a Herb Mannings Life has never been the"same.In 't' son ,of* Mr. and Mrs Hezekiah Dru{* Each of these business
,our hearts establishments
is
your memory
Locka. For single man only. For McGowian, 1624 NW let Court, also selling
information 'call NA 1-6654. :Real Estate Broker lingers apt. 4, was buried on Dec. 6 In Orange Blossom:Classic tickets.
and
fond
Sweetly tender, true "
I 1530 N.W. 57th Street No Bay passes! our" dear one Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. Included on the recording are
ROOMS with cooking. privileges.; That we do not. think of you "Old Time Religion," When The
Call FR 71241. Phone OX 1-1985 Sadly missed by Willie Johnson 245 NW 11th Saints Go Marching" and
Mrs. Rebecca Saunders it., apt. 40 died In Jackson :"Quality Plus March."
A ICE ROOM in private home. ,:And Family Hospital. on Dec. 4. Funeral ser .
Owner away' all day. Use of vices were conducted from the They wm" also be sold a the
utilities. Friendly and nice folk. Richardson Chapel on Dec. 9 Orange Bowl Stadium.
Reasonable.. 1960 NW 68th St. vith Rev. Alexander Allen offi
NE; 6.8916. \Modern .Equipped: Restaurant ciating. Burial was in Lincoln.) u

FURNISHED' ROOM in Liberty WITH BEER. AND WINE,LICENSES. Sylvester Walker, 1942 NW Civic Theatre I Guild

City. Phone NE 4-1854. f1; .v 3rd court, apt. 8, died in the (!'(
,All Ready tgi, OperateMOVE Veterans Hospital in Coral Adult Classes in Dance and

APART. One bedroom, 'rear Gables on Dec. 4. Funeral services ..
apt. $15 per week. 2831 NW RIGHT IN-START BUSINESS were held: from the chapelon Drama

55th St.COMPLETELY. (Licenses up .to Date) Friday Dec. 12. Mr. Walker LEARN TO DANCE
was buried In Lincoln Memorial), .
furnished 2-bed. Business Address (Don StrachAn's Party Time)
room house. For information William Ken ii 836 NW let MAMBO CALYPSO CIIA
apply at 1867 NW 58th St. or 628 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 1-4554 court passed !In Jackson Memorial CIIA VIlA MODERN DANCK

call NE 54905.EFFICIENCY. Or See Mr. Myers, 320 N.W. 7th St.Church Hospital on Dec 6. Funeral IN JAZZ BALLROOM. SONG
services were held on Saturday, STirLJNG ,PREPARATION:
1387 NW 60th Dec. 13 .at 10 ajm from the FOR NTTE. CLUB AFRO .
St. Call PL 4.1582 or MU chapef with burial in Lincoln. CUBAN

8-9476., ',
!
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CALL NOW Shelton Hawkins 621 SW 3rd Children Theatre

ave., Homestead, well known Ion
20th St. and 4th Ave 1 business of Mr. and Mrs. Maney Hawkins 4820 N.W. ,27th Ave.INFORMATION .
place for either clothes pickup, died oh Dec. 6. Funeral services r
radio shop, two-chair barbershop to be held ,Dec. 13 at 2 p.m. from '
office space. Upper floor r I the Greater New Mt. Zion AME PL 7-8763
rooms quiet. All modernly Church, Rev. Fayson officiating. '
equipped. Inquire 1990 NW 4th FOR SALE Durlal wl.l be in Lincoln Memo. DIRECTOn DON STRACIIAl
"
aver or call FR 3.3826.'TERRAZZO rial. '

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WORKAll ' "I I
360 N.W,114th'Terrace '
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types of terrazzo
work, ,
,
grinding sealing. A. Robinson, ;. MID WAY PARK
2452 NW 56th St., Broward Features ' ". J ; '... ..
County, 409 NW 8th Ave., Ft., : d'P1' ;. -' -I- ,' ,;'k
t Lauderdale. oil a. : DRUG'
r STORE
t CBS: and Stucco -.-: > .

Need Money Fast?'

Mortgages loans, refinance Seats Over 300Baptismal ..I.h 2206 N.W. 62nd Street

,' (OITOSITK: CONSUMERS)
aU, types of property. No Pool >I.'

.inspection fees. Mortgages :;: PRESCRIPTIONS ASSSSITUSE

Stain Glass Windows
from $100 up.Allapattah. OUR

Layaway For Christmas Gifts "
I Mort Co. Call ,
,
**Phone PL 1-1789 : Free Drawing on Lionel Train Set

,PLaza FRanklin ,1.3724 MONEY: ,ORDERS PHONE NE 5-3022
7.5704
c.eyenlnf'z! NE 5-8270 ,; 'or ,,
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-"- -" W""I : ;- !YWCA World" THE MIAMI TIMES' -'The Peoples' NewspapS'SATURDAY

!C ca's ,.. : :' JObservance".Sundar DECEMBER 13, 1958 PAGE.135
K W-I ; t ( 'I Fellowship ? *.'
yt': ../ SouthernmostTCity.By +
new Mem
: ,
ful, useful prizes are available i and Mary Wright *
.... .. ) FRANCES E. PALMER :' again this year. The finance com J Jtnlttee. ,I bershlp co-chairmen this year,
I World Week in
... ... Fellowship an under chairmanship of are harnessing; effort to make
_. r ""-- ... _ ._ u_ ternattonal week of prayer for
- - Mrs. Cleveland Samson, Is alii i YWCA membership more effective
The Ladles Auxiliary of"Walter Mrs. Cleora Lopez, Mrs.I Pho observed peace and world brotherhood Branch was In out to make this budget raising throughout Dade County.
Murrell
by
R Mickens Post6021 held its lana McClain, Mrs. Mlzpa'h' cooperation aroundthe effort a success. '.All membete are urged to r neif
annual Hospital ;Shower, Monday; Kemp, Mrs. Florence Wilson with YWCA's MKMRERSIIir RKXTALS i i their mern\berahlp: before 'the
night December' ; S' At 8:30t p.m.at Mrs. Frances E. Palmer and, Al. nual world event In for November.more than An am-60 Mrs. Elizabeth 'Espy Johnson close of this year..,.A.. .'.<9i+
the VF1W:t and. American Le. fred Whitehead. \ ..;
years, World Fellowship Is com I
Hall, 803 Emma St. ."
gion memorated by members of more 0'
,
The evening was spent In play than 1900 units of "Y" work In ._ \ \
Betty Jean RUPTURED' ? -
Sawyer
ing whist',and refreshments were returned to I
the In '
served. '. the city after spending.. the United States and those ..
Thanksgiving holiday with her 70 other countries around t h eword.
Each member and Invited parents in West Palm Beach. You ran be FREIitrom'TRVS SLAVERY. New Non.811rcfea.l. i I
guest brought a1 gift to be given The YWCA, of the United Painless Office Treatment; LOW COST. NO LOST TIME. I
to the disabled :veterans wbo'are States Is part of a mutual service
patients at '{he' 'Naval Hospital. 'Mrs. Susan"Butlef Is 'iwprov- program In which YWCA'saround Piles Rectal '
The president "Mrs t&'onlca'( ing nice aL.ber residency! on the world assist each Dljease. DR. LONG'S' CLINIC,

tailings\ wishes! to thank ill, the Julia .. .*#I ..*.\ :**./,.: *!,, other in strengthening their . A General Health Service "
and friends who made work. i
members Reducing 21 S.W, 18th Ave. FR 3-2743
the shower a;. grand success. Rev. and Mrs. A, Franklin All Murrell Branch members' !
Hooper, pastor of Cornish Memorial will worship together Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. Donzell Leggett AME Church 'have re- Dec. 14. 11 o'clock service at
Jr., have returned from their turned from conference which Macedonia Baptist Church 3389 I
vacation, 'visiting their mother convened in Jacksonville.: Charles Ave., C. Grove, Rev. J.
Mrs. Alice Leggett sister and A. Finlayson, pastor. The pro I
brother-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Rev.This marks the 7th year for I cessional will form in the lobby DORCHAInc.Real I
and Mrs. Hooper at Cornish. ,
Herbert Thompson of Daytona The members promptly at 10:45. Mrs. Mamla .
and friends are Thompson and Mrs.
Albertha
Beach. They spent an enjoyable
happy to have
them back.
Carey are co-chairmen.
vacation visiting relatives and

friends. Rev. Hubert, ANNUAL EVENING OF Estate Rentals
pastor of New. GA MISS
man ME Church also
HIIITI(DAYS returned I
tc served his members another Friday evening Dec 19, memo
Celebrating birthdays In the >'Var. Attending the conference bers and friends are invited to -*-
month of December: Mrs. Max, In Tampa y r'\
were Mrs. Ernestine enjoy a variety of games, re
Inp Harris Mrs. Geraldine Harris Sands Mrs. Louise Roberts as freshments and fun In the aud
Miss Cheryl Ann Williams delegates, Rev. Demps and Al itorium of Dixie Park 1009 N.W. 2nd Ave :
Mrs Lillian Gonzales Mrs. Jes fonso Gabriel ty Center. An array commun'l ,,
nip Dean Miss Rafelo: Pla and ....
Mrs Jennie Mae Bright
.1

Happy birthday greetings to CHRISTMAS SPECIALS ON Phone FR 4-0028-FR 43853MIAMI

my brother James Van Dyke
ns Amelia St. who will cele, RECONDITIONED TV's 36 FLORIDA
brate his birthday Dec. 16. ,
14 in. Table Model ...................................... $19.95 I

The members and friends of 17 in. Table Models, from .........:...................... 29.95

this have community Rev. and are Mrs.very Wallace happy H.to 17 in. Consoles, from ....................... ..... ........ 29.95

7.anders, our pastor returned to 20 in. Consoles ........ .................................... 39.95

us for another year. 21 in. Tables Models, from ................................ 39.95 ,.
Auto LiabilityInsurance
Among those who attended the You can save 50% on your TV repair bill by bringing
South Florida Annual Conference
Your set inSOOTJN'S
11th Episcopal District of the
AME Church which convened In
West Palm Beach last week were
HPV and Mrs. Zanders, Rev. J, TV (Since 1934)
f. Ramsey, Mrs. Florida Carey At the of of customer
Mrs Melinda request many our wo are
Marie Green. Mrs.Farrlhgton Turpey West Mrs. 321 N.W. 3rd Ave. Ph. FR 3-1589 pleased to announce opening of our (Office; No.. 2 .

24 years of reliable service in this community for resident.of, the Opa Locka area. Office is located. "'"

in the . ',
.:I FARMERS MARKET'' ,{r
27th AVENUE
Broward -i.----- --".*- .- -,-- L Lft ...,

County Booth No. 17. We will be open at this pew office !!
COMMUNITYDRUG 7 days a week. Business as usual at our main office .'

NewsBy at 645 N.W. 36th Street. Policies start as low as

t, $39.30 cash or $12.00 down.
STORECOR. I .J

SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY "'
Walttr Bow. ,
N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St

Auto Liability Insurance For EveryonePay
Vote "Yes" on Saturday Dec. PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED
20 for the incorporation of Car as You Ride
ver Ranches Washington Park Cut Rate Drugs Free Delivery

and 'Hyde Park' becoming. Carver COSMETICS GIFT" HOSIERY FOUNTAIN SERVICE
City;)Tnl art+ar covers Precinct
92. You will be helping yourself 8EALTEST ICE CREAM-MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT BILLS I

by having" for the
your own city
following reasons: PHONE OXford 1.7515

I. Return' of your- taxes to your C. M. JOLLIVETTE 8R., Prop THE LOYAL BUDDIES
city.
2. Building of paved streets ' 11 1 INVITE YOU TO THEIR

and sidewalk 'Z"r..rns+s as s+rra sxn. s'e
3. Election of !mfr officials. AFtER

'Itap'riW living'condition, *... HOP ATBarkley's
5. Build a }bs ltal. "
6. -Have 'youf 'own police, department.
, ( CLASSICDANCE
. ' Cut RateWHERE

7. Attract tourist to the only

colored, city. In FlorUfci QUALITY LIES
8. Bring In industry and bus 1L

ness to. Carver City*.. .
9. Create new1 Jobs for many 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-2376,

needy people. '

Only those. people who are a- Saturday Night Dec. 13 ..,
freeholders and registered art CHRISTMAS ITEMS Waflte RaakeU ............ 69$ .
eligible' From 11 Until 4 a.m. < '
fa vote oa Dec. 20. Roasters ........ 1,10 A 3.08 ( p.m.
Committee for Incorporation Dolli ..._.......... 8.40 4.08
Ella King; .chairman Horn and Tea SeU IlreakfMt Seta AT THERockland f

(10 pa.) ................ 4..'">
All Florida -AAM Alumnf and Christmas Light Palace
graduates up West Hollywood. 70* to 3.40 FALL MEDICINES ..) .

way Blossom are welcoming. the Orange holster BeU........ 08* 7.50 Father John .... 75* 1JW ,;
Classic. to our fair city.
ChrlttniM Snow and MUSIC BY : f'

The CWH Chamber of Com Icicle .:.............. lOt 23e Swamp Root .... 73, A 1.3fl .

merce will hold Its regular meeting Plastic Juice Sets ........ 60* Camera Set .... 4.08 0.03 Kenny Lane and ,the Comics f'f'f Y'
at the home of O'Neal Johnson .
5408 SW 20th St. at 9 pam H
All members are asked to C be SHOP AT BARKLEY'S EVERY WEEK 4 n ..
present. ADMISSION $1.00
Where Price Are Right I .. '

Mrs. AJthena Mincey of 4217 1201 N.W. 3rd Avenue RESERVATIONS CALL FR 4-9943
SW Hat St., It thanking all her
friends for the layer:,. 'things We Deliver Call FR 3-9458 or FR 4-2376

the they past gave few,her weeks.while..he, was pock I ..,.,.........._.. ........__.. .._....... ......_.",............ I

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THE MIAMI TIMES' The People Newspaper" BISHOP GREENE TEMPLE BAPTIST 1 the blessing of the Almighty,
with his leadership, we will havea
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1953 The contest sponsored by the I successful year.
MAKES CHANGESIN Sunday School between Dwight Come and worship with us
I Thompson and Bertha Lee Gilbert You are always welcome.
terminates Sunday at 3 p.m.
BETHANY BAPTIST BETHEL BAPTIST AME CHURCHBy The young people will have

3078 N.W. 45th St. Rev. L. R. Ross, Pastor |0. S. WILLIAMS charge of the program, with LOTS FOR SALE
Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor Sis. Nannette Gretr, reporter S. L. George Atwell officiating.The .
PALM BEACH Bishop and the Terms
people
Sunday School.......... 8:30 am Richmond Heights Greene made several Important, young Easy
making ready
Morning Service ............ 11 ajo,, Sunday School is still growingand changes in the South Florida choirs are music busy and, exercises for Build on your' lot
BTU ................................ 5:30: pan Thinks Conference which closed Sunday special ) or mine
progressing rapidly. services. All participants
Christmas
Evening Service ............ 7:30 pm night here. the We take care of financingNO
to the superintendent and many are urged to attend all ;
Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30 pan Here they are:
wonderful teachers we have. the rehearsals.
MONEY DOWN
GREATER NEW BETHELRev. The pastor delivered two Inspiring Rev. A. J. Reddlck, formerlyof

W. K. Smith, pastor sermons for morning and St. James, :Miami, transferredto SALTER'S CHAPELRev. Cash paid for your Iota or
the Florida Conference and
Mrs. R. Conley, clerk evening. We can truthfully say Tal J. H. Benson, pastor home
Bethel Church
stationed at
that a glorious meeting was religiously Mrs. Ruth Twiggs, reporter
Harris Baron JE 8-1340
McNeil
ST. FRANCIS XAVIERN.W. enjoyed by those who lahassee. Rev. H. ,
attended.At formerly of Bethel Tallahassee, 0 give thanks unto the Lord;
4th Ave. and 16th Terr. appointed pastor of St. James, call upon his name. Make known
Phone FR 9-1424 three o'clock there was a Miami Rev. J. W. Burroughs, his deeds among the people.
MASSES nice group out to witness the former pastor of St. Paul, FortPlerc'e Sunday School began at the

Dally......................-......... 8 am musical, recital sponsored by transferred to the Orlando usual hour with the superintendent J
Sunday....... 7 a.m. & 8:30: ajn choir No. 1 They' would like to Conference and appointed Sister Agnes Davis, in
thank all of the participants who pastor of St. James, Bartow. Rev.A. charge. The attendance was large
ST. MATTHEW AMEZ helped to make the program a W. Williams, :former pastorof and all the teachers were at their \ I IA
success. Mrs. Queen E. Arm Allen Chapel, Pensacola, appointed posts.
1628 N.W. '5th Ave. strong acted as mistress of cere pastor at Goulds, assigned The message at 11 a.m. was
Rev. A. H. Ferguson, pastor
mony. to Lake Wales. Rev. H. delivered by the pastor from
Sunday School............. 9:45 am The pastor wishes to thank I J. Benson, former pastor of Revelation 1:7: ; subject "The
Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m. everyone for their effprts, their i Lake Wales, assigned to Goulds. Beginning and the Ending."
Evening worship ............ 7:30: p.m. support and their services Rev. K. D. White former pas.
throughout the day. tor of St. James, Sanford, ap The Lord's Supper was adminIstered
EBENEZER METHODISTRev. pointed pastor of St. Paul, Fort by the pastor, assisted by j
Pierce. the l, ev. C. H. Wilson and Rev.A. .
Aaron D. Hall, pastor ST. MARY'S W. M. Gallon. wrnt

Ernestine! I* Hambrlck, reporter The Sunday School began at PRESIDING ELDERS The ACE League met at 5:30

Do tour bit where you are. If the usual hour with the super. Rev. W. B. Coffee, Miami district p.m. with Claudia Robinson in Kane
the world doesn't see you, it intendent, Miss Marva Trotmanin ; Rev. F. A. Allen North charge. At 7 p.m. again the message 9ua
makes no difference. God does. charge. Mrs. Martha Wood Miami district; Rev. A. A. Williams was delivered by the pastor
Members of Ebeneter art prayed fervently, and the pastor West Palm Beach district; I from St. Matthew 26:38. It was Kil
proud to have the Rev. O. N. reviewed the lesson. Rev. G. J. Oates, Fort Pierce dis a very inspiring sermon
The pastor was in charge of trict. Sunday, Dec. 7, members of
Bethel asassoclate pastor. Rev.
the 11 a.m. service. Ills subject Salters welcomed to the rostrum
Bethel was appointed at the last COMMUNITY DRUGS
was "The Coming of The Future ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. the new pastor, Rev. J. H. Ben
conference which convened in
Tampa last month. King." He was at his best and son. We are hoping that through 6750 N.W. 15th Aye.I .
preached out of his soul. The C. D. Richardson, pastor - -
The every member' canvass is church was on hallowed fire, We We began our services Sunday I
now being carried *on at our are praying that the Lord will ,with the Sunday School which
church. Every member is askedto give him more power to preachthe started at the usual hour. The OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
make a financial pledge. We gospel. No. 2 choir rendered superintendent Bro. S. Culmer.
began on last Sunday and will music with Mrs. H. Hlggs at the in charge. All teachers were SEE THE LOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
continue at least throughout the organ, and No. 1 ushers served. present and each class had a
month. If you haven't already The 7 p.m. devotion was led large attendance. Subject "Jesus' PSYCHIC READER

made your pledge, please do so by the pastor. His theme was, Matchless Power"
now. "Angels of God," and everyonewas Morning devotion was led by;
blessed by the Holy Spirit.No. Deacons Morgan and Rossler.I .
Sunday is infant baptism day 1 choir rendered music with I The .pastor delivered a powerful
and reception of members' into Mrs. G. McFord at the organ, sermon taken from Ephesians
full membership Into the churchOn and No. 2 ushers served. 4:30, "Grieve Not The Holy'
Tuesday night choir No. 1 Our revival is in progress this Spirit of God."
will be in charge of class meet. week and will close Sunday At 5:30 p.m. BTU had Deacon
ing. John Phillips In charge.At .
7:30 p.m. again the pastor
Parents are urged to send their
brought us the message, taken .
children to Youth Fellowshipeach night.TOOTHACHE from St. Luke 14:27: "Follow.
Wednesday evening at 7:30 ing Christ." The music In tho
o'clock in the basement
of the
a.m. was rendered by choir No.
church and to Junior Choir re 2 and the evening's music was

p.m.hearsal each Tuesday at 7:30 WI nilef fc 29 ....So sisal by choir No. 1 Ushers board No. p s
2 and No. 1 served during the

Our sick and shut-ins are: Sisters .. Md laud.. ft nCMMBdrf If day.Next

Cora Hamlln, 1866 NW 1st PirwU' Uiftzlai for tMtktat Sunday will be Men's
place; Carrie Wright, 1936 NW Day. Won't you come and worship Let my yo cf, Experience guide and protect you through Life
59th St., Pauline Brown, 370 piss. .Alto raBml: far ttebn. .tai with us? Remember. you ira Lighthouse guides the ship In a storm

NW 20th st and Bro. Charlie 'laUcA mud for arary aaidlelass.L are always welcome
Neal, Veterans Hospital, Cora) WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME

Gables.v ORA-JEL Drive Fur Success in Business And Love
You are urged to pray for and Carefully
visit the sick. CONSULT HER -

You can now have your home made happy
MT. SINAI BAPTIST ALONZA FRANCIS FUNERAL HOMESympathetic Get ani Hold the position yon so long wanted

Rev S. A. Thomas, pastorD. mind Economical Services Don't Stay in the rut, get out nowBy

B., reporterWe AlonzA Francis*, Director and EmbalmerDr. the help of God she can help you

J. M. Smith and Mrs. Evelyn Boggs Evans
had a fine attendance at Business Associates Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in
Sunday School. This month, troubleIt
Supt. Murray gets credit for at I Mrs. Elizabeth Espy Johnson, Business Manager

tendance and the amount of Spacious Modem Chapel and Slumber Room will pay you to call and MO this Gifted Medium First
money raised during the month.
Supt. L. E. Thomas received : 236 N.W. 7th Street Miami, Florida When thousands como yearly for help and advice, you too embo
credit for November. We will see touched by this strange mysterious power
FR 9.5381 Phone PL 42857We
or hear which one will' lead. Re. WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPY
member this Is a friendly, relig Never Close ,
bus rivalry. Something to hold The same God who delivered Motes and the children of Israel

interest as we work and travel of old Is still alive today and will open a way for you through
'
this Christian journey. the troubled was of I".. Let not him that ,Is blind load you or

stumble with him.
Who will win in the contest you
by having the B. Solomon Funeral Home
guests present largest at Bible number School of Do you doubt the existence of things because you eansiot ooo

during the two months (Established 1128) thorn?
What do you think of the Invisible waves and sounds that mike

Thomas The family of 1832 of NW Little 4th Valencia courtis Dignified, Personal, Courteous Service Wlrolooo, Telephone, Radio and Television possible

thankful to the many friends A seed before It sprouts, !lies! concealed, secret, silent In the dprk

and the church for visits, gifts Funerals Within.Range of Each Budget earth or womb of Nature. THERE IS AN "UNSEEN POWER"

(money), flowers, cards, inquiries Therefore, acquaint y o u r- .- '"--.".
and prayers for her during '
self with the who is ;
her period of Illness. She and one an ;
they especially thank Mrs. M. authority. Whose private (
Doster and class for her love 315 N.W. 16th Street Ph. FR 3-1440 consultation will evolve you ,

'; first and their class thoughtful. to a higher state of mind. i a '
''I ness. The scripture' tells us to be I
strong In the Lord. Valencia I All Information is
; joined the church in October, became

.. 't: very fll during the month, "A Living Ssrvlo For The LIvlngT Strictly Confidential j A .
but the
III Lord spared her and we .
\ I are glad. Office Hours: B a.m.-l pjn.

Range Funeral l Home Sunday: 10 un. to 1 p.m.
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THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples Newspaper"

I I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, ti958 PAGE 16


MARTIN MEMORIAL AME GREATER NEW BETHEL

Richmond Heights Rev W. K. Smith, pastor
Rev. Albert Jones, pastor Mrs R. Conley, Clerk

to crmT The Lord has been most grac- Sunday was set aside as "Tell
me bus unto us. He has blessed us The Story Day" at New Bethel.
with Rev. and Mrs. Jones for another For the last three years, the pas
year. We wish for them tor has given each member the
health, happiness and much suc- privilege of telling the story of
cess for the coming year. Our Christ in his life. On the first
pastor delivered two beautiful Sunday In December Is the monthat
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe TRINITY messages throughout the day. Greater Bethel when we start
WESLEYANRev.
THE INCARNATION The scripture lesson for the looking back through the 'past
Daha'l Assembly of Miami George E. Johnson, pastor' 1835 N.W. 58th Street morning was taken from the 22nd months and begin conductingour
will celebrate: Human Rights Day Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter Fr. E..S. Clarke Jr., vicar chapter of St. Luke. The text many blessing and tell what
with a meeting at the Daha'l Sunday School.................. 8 ajn Veronica O'Berry, reporter was taken from the first chapterof God has done.A .
Center, 137 NW 11th ave 7:45: Morning worship .................... H0: ( St. John. Ills theme, "A great camp meeting was enjoyed
p.m. Sunday, Dec. 14. Mrs. Frances Young People's Meeting 5 p.m' Winter Schedule Special Agent sent From God." by all as "Tell The Story
Baumgartner of North Miami Sundays: At our evening worship the Day" progressed Into refreshingthe
will speak on the subject "Solu FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST Church School and scripture lesson was from the memories of many sweet deliverances
tions to Some Human Relations Adult Bible Class .... 9:30: un. 27th chapter of the Book of Acts. of Jesus Christ to the
Problems." All races and Faithare Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor Solemn Sung Mass and Text was from the 27th chapter destitute.

cordially Invited to attend. Claudia Wilson reporter Sermon ......_........... 11:00 a.m. of Acts, 37th verse. After the pastor's message at
We were" hlpsspri to pnlov the Confirmation Instruction for Holy: Communion was admlnis evening worship, "Tell The Truth
CORINTH BAPTISTMeets last first Sunday- -In thep ft.'of Children .................... I 5 p.m.E. tered at both services. The senior Day" was still In high spirit.A .
the Lord beginning with our Y. C. Meeting "...... 6:00: p.m. choir and the senior usher' joyous Lord's Supper ended
every 2nd ana 4th Sundayat Sunday School through out Covenant Solemn. Evensong and board served: throughout the day. this glorious day with warm fellowship
Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist meeting which we enjoyed Sermon ..................... 7:30: p.m. Regular class meeting Is held among all at Greater
Church. Tuesday: every Tuesday at 8 o'clock New Bethel
Sunday School ........................ 0:30: BO much. We had a fine BTU St. Vincent's Acolyte Guild Choir rehearsal Is held every
Morning worship ................ ll:3t at 5:30:: p m. The evening mes Rehearsal................... 5:30: p.m. Thursday at 8 o'clock. All mem
Evening Service ................. TJt: sage was delivered by our pastor Wednesday: bers and those wanting to become
Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor from St. Matthews 27:17.Theme : Low Mass ......."........... 6:30: am. members are asked to be there. Advertise It Pays!
and successful gospel preacher. "Called to a Decision." Evensong and Meeting of
It was enjoyed: by all. The choirs Guild of Our Lady... 8:00: p.m.
were combined In their work also .
FIRST UNITARIANOn the ushers boards were combin The Thursday Choir: of St. Michael'sAnd I ATTENTION NEW OPENING
ed. Let us continue In prayer for All Angels FIRST TIME IN MIAMI

Rev. Glenn Sunday 0. Dec. 14, 11 am. our sick. We want our visitors Rehearsal................... 5:30 p.m. (LADY FROM CENTER HILL)
Canfield minis'
to know
they were wlcome In Friday:
ter of the First Unitarian Church
our services throughout the day. St. Cecelia's Choir
located on Dixie Highway at SW Come again. Rehearsal................. 8:00: pm. MADAM MARSGIFTED
29th Road will
speak on the NOTE: Sundays Solemn Mass
subject "Human Rights: Only a High Mass and Benediction ot
ST. JAMES
BAPTISTBTU
Start. Following the service, the Blessed Sacrament on All PALMIST AND ADVISERIf

the PTA will sponsor a candy ................................ 5:30: pjn Feast Days.Weekends. need help to overcome Bad
sale proceeds for their building Evening Worsulp ............ 7:30: p.m : Low mass on all you
fund project.At Visitors! always welcome holy and Saints' Days Luck, Spells or Evil Influence If you

6:30: that evening the lb. I Sunday School......?... 9:30: am Solemn Sung Mass, 6 a.m. on to be crossed in Luck Sick in body or mind . .
eral Religious Youth group will\. Morning Worship ........ li:00 a.m all Feast Days. teem ,
meet at the church. 323 N.W. 14th St. I CAN AND WILL HELP YOU!

Rev. J. L. Johnson! pastor Has the one you love changed? I can tell you why!

NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. Sunday Services 11 On oclock Bible Sunday Mass the prt'Ceedlng vicar blessed the Let me explain higher powers to you now. I do what

James E. Brown, pastor GRACE PRESBYTERIAN a neW' and very beautiful others claim to do.
Bro. Vandell Bavan, Sec'ySpr'lcf Bible and L ctern. Gives you your Lucky Days and your Lucky Num
Rev. James E. Culmer, pastor The bible was presented by bers. Satisfaction guaranteed.
>s on last Sunday was Eddie Edwards! clerk the men: of the church and the
at its most spiritual and heart. Sunday School............... 9:30: a.m Bible Class. The lectern was Come let me make you Lucky, Happy and SuccessfulOpen

warming best with our beloved Morning worship .... ........ 11OCWejtmlnster : given by Clarence Sweeting and Dally and Sunday-Hour* 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
pastor In charge of the services Fellowship .... fl p.m Arthur Dlatch, secretary of the
Readings for Colored and White
nrougnout the day Our service church. Priest and congregationare
began with Sunday School at j grateful for these gifts, BUS NO. 15 PASSES DOOR EVERY 15 MINUTES
fl'30: a.m. with the superinten JAMES W. JOHNSONSince

dent\ Deacon J. D. Brown In this time of year Is the The concert by the St. Augus Permanently Located
charge; and followed by our spirit of Thanksgiving' the 4th tine's Choir, Raleigh, N. C. wan 2590 N.W. 27th Ave. Miami. Fla.
regular! morning service at 11 ind 5th grades presented a time quite a success. We hope to have .. f'I'.I'
It was at this time when our Iv skit "The First Thanksgiving them again next year.
pastor brought to us a message ," depicting the Pilgrims. t
fiit Is long: to be" remembered In leaving England, Holland and
the hearts and minds of everyone arriving In America with men
who was present." He got his women and children aboard and
mrmaire! from the Book of Paul's landed at Plymouth Rock, Mass
112.: "The Christian Race" ; in 1621. YOUR CREDIf J&.t&K*. ATiiy
then in our seven o'clock! serviceto Their food which played an
flow out another one of Important part was brought out
Hod's days: ,our pastor' took for with the: group having a lunch
*U subject "The Five Great iround the table with the fellowship e .
Powers of Life. of the Indians.All .

enjoyed the skit sponsoredby lisR-JI.
W' wolud like to thank Sister
Mrs. Carrie L. a ;
:Marl Johnson of the Friendship Arno'd, and ;
nintlst Church of which the Ellen Mrs. P.Everett Dunn, the music announcer consultant Introduced ; :
HPV C. J. Burney is the pastor
the faculty to the student
and Sister' Catherine Johnson ofthn body. Each expressed themselves 137 North Midrni Avenue
New Bethol:! Baptist Church, to this time of the year.
Ona Locka for the very fine way Mrs Primus! the principal, gave
they responded during our 1 full account of the occasion.
Women's Day program. These
two women played: a great part The school will sponsor (Us annual
l I" the devotional part of our services Christmas program NO MONEY DOWN
and we would like to say Thursday evening Dec. 18, at 8
to them, press' on women of God, o'clock. At that time, our Mayor
and when your works down on lion. Henry Ml'.ander: along with
earth has been done, and you too some of the other councilmen,
roust be ushered up from labor will be present. Everyone Is In e t
fn reward, may God give you a vited.
home in Ills Kingdom where Ethel 0. Primus, principal

you may serve Him forever. Carrie L. Arnold, reporter t t t tt

We sincerely Invite the entire

nubllc to come and worship USE OUR CLASSIFIED .
e /
with us. You are always wel /
come. COLUMNS FOR RESUL TSI.f .

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PAGE 16 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1958 I WORK
FOR U.S. GOV'TIMEN !

WOMEN, 18 to BO. Pre
I Association of Club Christian Methodist Church, pare now for coming CIVIL
1'ARaw. 2014 NW'5th court, Friday SERVICE EXAMS. For informs
Women MeetsThe night, Dec.2, at 8 o'clock.. tion, write National Training
Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson, Service. Dox 873,' Greenwich,
moEQa City Association of Club: president Conn. J17
.Women held Its regular meeting Mrs Rose Tucker, reporter -, ,"
Monday night, Dec. 1, with thn<
We Welcome! Inez Hepburn's doctor sternly vice president, Mrs. Georgia ,
ordered her to bed this week. Rawlins presiding, at the homeof NEED MONEY! ,,' ,v: : "
THE 26TH ORANGE Blossom She's at her home, 1821 N.W.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin: liar I .
1st and 2nd mortgage loans $1,000 $21.25 mo. .
pay
'.,
Classic and you who have come 68th Terr. . Doretha Clark ris, 1721 NW 66th St. The group *'
from far and near to help make and Alfred Curry are planning was entertained by the Coopera Payoff all your bills $1,600 pay $31.88 mo. "I
the occasion a grand success. their altar trek Dec. 27 in St. tive Club. ... Get additional cash $2,000 pay 42.50 mo.
This year's attraction on the grid Peter's Church (Key West) . Most important on the agendafor Get Rid of Those Balloon Payments v
iron and the half:' time pageant Marie Ferguson and James Floyd discussion was Youth Hall
promise to be the most outstand have theirs in the mall for Xmas and the Christmas party which FREE-24 hour inspection
ing.The Day . William (Capt. Bill this association will give on Dec. '" No Cost to You
Rattlers having been defeated Deveaux is busy lining up his 24 at 8 p.m.
by the boys from Prairie holiday Nassau trip. The public is also invited to Dade-Broward Mortgages & InvestmentsCALL
View College in '36 and '53, are attend a get-acquainted programof ANYTIME
going all out to stop a third set. TilE RECENT liquor war has the Dade County Council for
Miami: FR 7.4812 Hollywood WA 3.7071
back and this will be a task for brought on changes on bar prices. Youth Juvenile Judge W. R. :
the Boys From Capital Hill, be Drinks are dropping down to 40ca Culbreath will speak at Trinity
cause the Texans have a power gulp. Very soon the bars will I .... ..
.rvv.nrrovro.m...., 'W owrv.. ov uvwovr.uv 11..t 11'.1"MrrQ r11 1/' n vor.r.ncnro W rcoro.y
h.use that has to be reckoned be offering prices so cheap the n.N''' '1.' ','''',''.N'.n..n.H V'. ,:: ,....';': ...t. u..."111......,.V...,:V.-=.,...n tti lt.n lt..n..n..t'M M : ....'V n.11...'V.... ;V e.n..f'rJ U...tt.....H....::'-.......V'...."...n.%
with bottle will disappear . Placeswe c

clipping FAMU's off"Running 380 steps per 100'minute Band, are much sure about to visit will after be hearingso that c I! Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From N J u 1 I

will present a colorful pregameand swanky bar on 14th St. and 4th alt
halftime performance that ave., and the 930 Club on 2nd f'" '. H
will make performances you forget on the past greens.brilliant ave. EUi# VISIT OR CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645 H u up ;

Some fans are saying, "I am here Sultry Dorothy wIf
to see the band In action, regard ""O Dandridge u t
less of the outcome of the game," makes a break '
I y ll
#
and true as spoken, no other 1 o" from her singing I t.
band has performed In such man roles to por al2t "

- ner as the FAMU's' "Running :, tray ,a girl menaced _ _ _ ; _ _
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lead
100! x by the I
Again we welcome, the Classic ers of a mur
and you to Miami for the 1968 derous mutinyIn I _
cream of Negro grid events and "The Decks .2t,. 4t. ,
we hope that your coming here Ran Red," new rlt,s,
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is fulfilled\ with all your expectations . h .Tfc awB Andrew ana. : IIW,
DANDRIDGE Virginia Stone fi
suspense-drama, released by MOM
ENTERTAINMENTS: James Mason and Broderick :
acs
r
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THE OFFICIAL" Classic Danceat Crawford also star in the thriller =
the Palms will feature a four which was filmed almost entire. M
stat attraction Jackie Wilson, ly on the high sea*. alts tt ,
1h
Arnett Cobb and Band, Gate- The flick screens at the Drive
mouth Brown, and the FAMU in Theatre beginning next Tues It W
Collegians . At Dinner Key day and Wednesday. :
Auditorium Illinois Jacquet and 'Betty Butler Weds
sax, along with his popular RC I
1 ,
Fcc,
Recording Band will' start fol i Albert Jones 1
lowing the happenings at the
Bowl . Club Jim Jam and A quiet but attractive wedding ij
I I i
Blanche took place last Friday eveningat
Catloway's special classic '
Temple Baptist Church, when
attraction warrants
table reservations early. getting Miss Betty Butler and Albert WHY PA Y RENT ? :
Jones were joined in holy mat t j
PEOPLE, PLACES rimony. Miss Betty Jean Wlllard:
was maid of honor, and the bride -- ii

t ..... ? MRS LORENZO (Brownie) was given in marriage by Emmett BROWN '
:, SMITI of.Grand Bahama is over Stanley, The ceremony was SUB $795 DOWN -.NO CLOSING.. .
;: IS for thV-Classic Jlelatives and, performed by Rev. 1... A. Thompson COSTS ;::
*, j. friends'_a.r9 seeing to it that her! in the presence of a large t

| stay "highly: e ,joyed. The hubby! number of relatives and friends 3-bedroom with, separate livin'ro m, dining room, jcitctien carport, : 1t
is manager of a popular package of the couple. Miss Elsie Douglaswas large lot, all fenced in. Lovely landscaped clean inside. Has large .
front
store in Grand Bahama , Mrs I at the organ. M
screened porch and rear screened porch. Large lot, 50x110. Close to I
school and bus Buy now and get your homestead exemption. Priced
right. Why pay rent?
NOW OPENED UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT ;

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Buys these lovely CBS homes in
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en' Carver Ranches See 5210 SW 21st
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LATCH ON TO THIS BARGAINUsed scaped fenced in lot. Close o bus to school and u.ea. Landscape, It-t i

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