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Title: Miami Times
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Publication Date: December 20, 1958
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36TH YEAR, NO. 17 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1958 PRICE TEN CENTS 16 PAGES I
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Major goal of where volnntary integration can I
the state NAACP during 1959 Is be accomplished without public
the initiation of a' drive to push resentment and violence. \
the registration total of Florida "We regret: very 'much that the! i
Negroes to 300,000. elected officials feel 1 this cannot b 't
The executive board at a daylong be done peacefully," Lowry said.
session to chart Its course "However, If forced to obtain
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for the next three years made our rights through other legltl S

the announcement Thursday mate measures, they must betaken ,, t
The group voted to push for ." "
complete racial desegregation in ". .

voting, schools, housing, government "We recommend that Negro ,- _____ : .
and industry in Floridaby clt'zens of this state use every _
1963 legal means available to make :
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State NAACP president A. Leon the U. S. Constitution and its _ "
Lowry of Tampa said the guarantees of liberty work" ,
NAACP will encourage parentsto lie said the NAACP does not
cont'mp:are, suggest or
bring suits as soon as possibleto propose --'"

force integration of schools in violence.lie It was a gala time for the Del e" played In the background, OUOHt8 were from Carver, Hook
large population: centers like said the""o"rganlzatlon wl'l! DCTeril at Northwestern Senior rode onto the stage in a beautlfu. er T and! !Mays\ High DOT Clubs.
Daytona D e a c h, Pensacola, observe carefully all legislationnext High School on list Thursday, ? glittering blue and gold A high point of the program wa.
Jacksonville, ant St Petersburg. seslon designed to "thwartthe and a'so the football team knownas snow sled drawn by six uniformed" the usua'ly: complimentary re
Suits already are pending in orderly process of securing the llu.ls: The occasion was reindeer" (shown in picture.) Instead marks that came from North
Tampa, Miami and West Palm these rights." the Eighth Annual Assembly of toys, her sled was filled western's own Sweetheart, Prin
Beach. He Bald th9J' NAACP Is interested Program of the DOT Club of with an unnumbered amount of clpal Ida M. Ratcllffo. .
Lowery singled out the large in having' Negroes run for which Daniel Francis Is coordinator Urge beautiful red apples. :An Shown In the picture, left to I''
municipalities because their metropolitan tub'lc' office David Simmons' group snowf'akes began to float downon right are; Joyce Johnson, Vivt it
complexion Indicates :"W will ,concentrate on vot cooperated The program was tho stage, Miss Northwestern Lockett, Carroll Matson, Deity .. ...,.
schools can be integrated with ?r, registration as one means to presented In three parts: A skit, summoned her two Attendants James, Mickey Rutledga an t Ho ''''
the least public resistance. secure' the liberties guaranteedby "The World of Wor'c"; A film, w o escorted her to a waiting Menter us reindeer: Oenettalairls :
Dut Go. LeRoy Co.llns: said our democratic form of gov Cooperative Education" and throne. It was from this point ( Miss NorfiwceUrn
he knows of no community crnm"nt," I 'Kprplng Our Promlwo," Tho an tit Ir names were called that (stated) and Oracle Lewln aId

latter part honored the football apples were thrown to Men: memo Leila Thomas attendant!.. DCTorn
layers In the following manner: brr of tho footba 1 team, the Sarah Kintchcn gave the occa -
Miss Northwestern! atUred in her coachtfl, trainers and cheerlead Hlon and Marie Pitts was TIm .
Hearing Set For Ala.Officials regal capo and gown aa Jlnglt/!' I us who also were In uniform, WORLD wN
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.. ..Jllontcomer)', Ala flit Ala. lie set a hearing for Jan, 5 and '
J bama public officials who refused pontpond the df'adlne: for com DIII---1lLf/.. ,.
f to be questioned about Negro pllance with the subpenas until .0 WUI a0s 01aITw.w ,-
t, votla- won the right to a hear January 9. The defendants pr-v YOIIII It N v.
l' Ing Wednesday before risking lou ly had been ordered to .ur. ,
posslb:.> Jail terms for contempt render voter registration recordsto The Naliollal AI10'II)0"; ) for t'hs AJllan"m" of ClJlorJ Popl IId"ouIJglI, with ;

1 of court I the federal agency and submit a/'Pmi"tioil mtip'ol J 600.00 (lor 1969 Golden Anniversary Fund p
I U. S. District Judge Frank questioning Friday afternoon, "
; M Johnson Jr., who had order A spokesman" for the Civil r The Mount Zion Baptist Church J
*" ed the Cominlssfon' In Washing .
rebellious officials to com Rights Edward T. Graham Minister
*I p'y with subpenas from the Fed. Ington said the scheduled resumption Wl Northwest 9th St. ,
<'' era! Civil Rights Commission, of Its Negro .voting "Inqulry Mbm1 ::56, Pia. tJJL.., gttln. -I t
1 agreed Instead to-see first whether has bysn postponed! until! --U -- 7,
er they have a legal right to dIs after Johnsoa| makes his Tina, r....'.f
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"ew This Is the season of the year Our church It pleased, in milk"
{ ..... . when Ood /pave his Son to the this contribution to tho NAACI' "
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I ' 'f ii 1! 1 ; CllllpS I him might be saved The Savior tho affairs rf men In thli

j has said that "giving"/ is a blessed country, to establish the principle
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that we might have Salvation.Let all men whom He has created
us give that we might bay "FREE: IN 63"
Freedom: The Mount Zion Ilaptlft Church ,,
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NJiW YO JU(. y..... Two Negro .... e
CQuplea.wbb.tehisbd to,send their MURDER .: ''
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the parents termed inferior have HEARING SET r' "

been upheld in ,court. FOR WOMANA

't:,. F U. w .p Children's Court Justice Justine A woman will appear "
L M gw Wise Poller dismissed ns- before Peace Justice Sri _
'rf" w.,, f" g'tct actions brought by the city Tester P. Adair on Jan.. g. char*' ,,- x
: a..;ifn : a. 32,page opinion, Justice a migrant worker
r. _ Toiler cited surveys and statistics L ola Austin, 40, of 424 flVJth /
,..:," ."'M", 40 it. ., .., backing up the parents' ( ave, Is In Dade County Jail .-
f ,.1' ,"_, "'-11',_ .. ... I.' .., "-'oK:"....a.. ".... 'j.,... '.: j , . .. claim that facilities in schools after allegedly shooting Fred f I t Jt'
f. A ----- -- with_ predominantly Negro and Ford, 35 Dee 12 In the Blue Dof;!* ** 1
;i: TROPHY DONORS Liberty phy from Neal's Super MarketIn Harry Smith of the Varsity Rar- Puerto Rican ,student bodies did Inn, owned by Loa.! ,',' ;

} ,.' ,, City"- businessmen are shown Brownsville. Others shownare ber Shop;, Oscar Range ,of the not measure up schematically to
'( ,. 'folding athletic trophies donated Samuel Payne of the Conch Range Funeral Home, and Albert those, in predominantly white Mrs Charles Rector refused to ,
i by them to Northwestern. At schools. ;
send their children to Schools in
Shell Restaurant, Garth 0. Johnson of Johnson and
left Is athletic director LeRoy Sons The parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harlem this fall and had them
Parry with the Neal Adams', tro- Reeves of The Miami Times, Shoe Repair Shop. Stanley Skipwith and Mr. and tutored at horn Instead'
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Says St. Louis Man Who Owns One . Library Christmas THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper"

Festival SundayThe I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1958' PAGE 3 .. '

Most Negro Radio
.J Dorsey Memorial Branch .
of.. the Miami Public Library BRANTON ANDGOMILLION \ of Tlp Year Both awards will "
Stations "A Cheap will hold its annual Christmas he pre ntrd Doc. 28 at the 1 tl h
festival, on Sunday, Dec. 21 at 5 TO Manner Hn'el :
T m Charles P. Lucas, Grand Marshall I
Insult to Race" The program, planned for the GE,1; QME.G | of the< Cone ave, stated: thatearly I,'
nii $iMM! |. .wlli Include .l lsrs, i reglstra'ons; indicate more
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r" LOU'S Most Negro emp stories!:, cnro singing and record AWARDSThe than eifht hundred delegatesmay I
been 'u 1i' P '111 1 to ba shown. are: be in attendance at the four '
iiv'lo has termed a
"E rlv One MornIng' ," "The Annual Founders Ban- day meeting.
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erurrn ap of self generated bigotry f ott, si Ar.g'l" and "The Night QU, t. the mIn hlRh'lirht of the I .
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B 'fore Christmas 45th Grand Conclave of the
religious quackery, charlatanism -
: The .stories, "The Mil"ionalre's
anr1 a wallow of ugly, primitiveand Om""ni/ Pal Phi Fraternity, Accused Killer
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r "*'iin' ari'1 "Hchn'tzle! and
harmful' sounds" by -c':educed for Dec 27 through
a young Schnootzle" will be told by Miss Ohio, will fea- .
TO, in Cleveland, Is Bound Over
pr"s.dtnt: of a station that beamsto : ' \
a ol 18m ih of t'c Shenandoah
the Negro market. 'II'- W''y A Branton, fear."!!!'
n "Tirh T' -nrv and t Mrs. M A civil rls'Ua' : attorney in the LtttlaUr Dan Lockhart Jr., 23, of 691 '
Richard .T. Miller, president of Pearce of the Edison Center > 'H Oasr. Th'' fraternity will NW 14th st., J.' orina City, was
6l LOU'-J' Kadio Station KXLW llrnneh confer on Mr, Branton. Its high bound over to the grand jury
'eveled his blast: at the media In Th<'re will be( special treats for si honor after a raring before Peace
all chi dren attending the pro Justice P. Adair at
the Dec. 3 Issue of Variety, the! Sylvester
theatre world's most respected: gram and tokens for the three OUTSTAMMMJ TITl/liN Homestead Tuesday
pub'Icatlon. :.argcst family groups present. C. G Gomll ion, the leading Lodtnartsas charged with
Th festival Js free and open to crus drr In the Tu' kege'e Ins.!. first degree murder! In the fatal .
Miller told Variety's Art Wood- I .ha public. lute, Ala Economic Boycott will shooMnc! ,nr S1 ""r,n tT-nvkl 21,
stone, that any White man who The library Is located at 100 receive thr'! Fraternity's award of 621, SW Third Ave., Home- ,
lingers momentarily over a Negro NW 17th at. as the Outstanding Omega Man t'ad, Doc U.
emphasis station hears poor programming I

: and crummy talk, he 1: " t. .. ... ..Ai.A..'o A" = ..A.. .. .. .. .. ..= ..= ..= .. .. .. .. .. .. .. t. t. .' '. '.;P'
hears Negroes exhorting and cajoling 'a''"iJ*'..*''*'*fc'.*'Wl.KoST! ,;"*"5'''r::'o!tf.'!l,K'.!.!.t..*,..tf.ViMyo*.'.oKI ....."*......tf.....tf......tf....,, .......*............."..."*..."..." ............ J c cI
other Negroes to buy, he

with hears the low strong down. music impression and is that left I: = Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From :I

they are really different. mCII.\lm J :MILLER 1t

"How come operators don't try who listens In Is not really hear iJC VISIT OR CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645 I'I!' t
to piddle religious! fakery to, Ing what the Negro wants to 'J 11j 1 u I
say, Italians" Miller quoted as hear," Miller said. I
saying belligerently: "How daro its t i
they assume the Negro Is more The executive said his station .< I )
superstitious?" I Is making a profit from Its :
"enlightened" programming1. He
Miller had previously expressedhis said he assumes the others who 1t '4 ', t \
views along this line In follow the same format are mak
, Sponsor magazine, a trade pub. ing profits as well
lir tion. Speaking to the St. Louis 1t1 1t11t
chapter of Frontiers of America, f qI
the young; executive predicted anew 1K
trend In Negro emphasis Graham Re-elected L
radio lie said the time was"over"
Chairman of YM
for the kind .of program. I
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ming typical of most of the sta BoardAt r;n t 1 !, .. l .
tlons beaming to ; 'n.ni
the
Negro market ;
its annual election, the [ ,LI4a j : r'sns '
'b"l
George Washington Carver .
The owner of KXLW who Dranch YMCA of Greater Miami tn'sn '
bought the station last March re-e.ected; Rev Edward T. Graham \, n;
to'd Variety that there are an pastor of Mt Zlon Baptist 1t. E'
estimated 70 radio stations In Church, chairman pf the Doard of
the United States which program Management kit, 4a 'r J'n

entirely for Negroes, but he felt Elected to the office of vice ir .
that there weren't more than a chairman was Louis H Portlock
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half dozen of them which were Jr., Miss Helen M. Dorsett was
sincere and tried to "programup" elected secretary. ,
rather than "shoot doWn"
He noted that WLIB of N e w The following persons were f1t
York, KPHS of Kansas City and elected to serve a three year WHY PA Y RENT ? 1t'
his own outlet were term the board Henry H
among the on :
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few
serving the community Arrlngton. Edwin Davis Miss L;
Helen Dorsett, Mrs Susan Harris, '
i OPA LOCKA BEAUTIES ; d
"What (Negro radio) shouTd Edward T Graham, Eugene $795
do and Is not doing is to be able Kemp, George W. Kilpatrick II. ONLY DOWN ;
to point to at :least one thing at Daniel Lang, Herbert Munnlngs t 5 j
. the end of the year whether' and Jefford! Smith. BRAND NEW BEDROOM CUSTOM BUILT CBS HOMES-ON THE .
it's an Iron lung, a park bench WATERFRONT-N.W. 155TH ST. BETWEEN N.W. 17TH & ,118TH \
or a community center, something The following persons were f
elected to serve a two year AVES. CHECK THESE FEATURES FOUND ONLY IN HIGHER
this and Bay my station got term: Alexander Allen, Mrs. Ath PRICED HOMES. ..\
one
thing that's worth. P
while," Miller declares ale: Range: and George A. Simpson Built-in Oven o Formica Kitchen ,

M D. Built-in Range o Baked Enamel Kitchen Cabinets '

Miller pointed out In Variety L, E. Thomas was elected to Tile Bath Large Walk-in Closets 1; 1
that White announcers for. White serve a one year term. Rear ,Patio to Waterfront CBS Construction n'
audiences are allowed the dignityof Other members of the board .
Sliding Glass Doors to Patio 9 Tile Roof .J
using their own namt's- whoso terms did not expire are:
William D. Williams, Martin Dr. Edward J. nraynon Jr, Close to Schools No Closing Costs fu "
Dlock or whoever. Hut the Negro Alexander W. Brooks W. C, ONLY ONE MORTGAGE TO PAY F1t
deejay doesn't have his own Cogdell. Rev Thedford Johnnon f!i
name. He's given the name of a Dr Cyrus Jolllvette, D. A. Julius I \ ,
c'own, a name In keeping with Luther Lee, Farley D Neas- NORTH MIAMI BEACH NICE HOME ;;
the false and grotesque stereo man, Willie Parker, Lour H. lij
type of the idiotic smiling Negro. Portlock Jr, Garth C. Hp*VPII, nR Only $295 DOWN CITY WATER $2,500 DOWN-NICE AREA
lie becomes Uncle: Snuffy Dr Arlington Sands, Leroy Smith, Brand new 3-bedroom CBS homes. For a particular buyer this lovely,
Gismo, Radio Daddyo. The Cat Charles L. Williams, Kenneth !IS No ,qualifying Anyone can buy. CBS home on NW 56th St., east of 'UJ .
Man. Wll.lams; Robbie Wright and Dr. tv, Move right in. No closing costs. NW '17th Ave. City water, car i '
"The Irony is the White man Carl Yaeger Jr g Paved streets. Land.caped.rrhree porte, furnisshed kitchen, hard. .

I! sold last Sunday. Three left. Hurry!Jc wood floors. All jalousied Florida iUI
'WL. room or can be used for 3rd bed

room. Priced right. Good purchase. .k
c! $495 DOWN Hurry!I.

TV SICK ? : Brown Sub, 2-bedroom. Nice area. 'rl ,
llt I I I'U In. 1 4.LOTS.
Close to bus. All I fenced Large FOR SALE BY US J 11 J 5n

; landscaped lot. Low monthly. We have double corner lot, 50x110 iUj
Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. t4t11t each. IS.E. corner, 33rd Ave. and

N.W. 51st, St. Brown Sub. Good
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SAME DAY SERVICE $795 DOWN iUI
III' Brown Sub, lovely, clean 3-bed- buy. Nice area. C .
ALL MAKES ALL MODELS i X911 room with front and) rear
,J j screened porches. Has separate SPECIAL! r

Picture Tube Special itri living room. Dining room. Large $895 DOWN3.bedroom i 1
c tf kitchen and bathroom. All fenced large separate living .
7-inch-$22.9S 21.inch-$29.95 tt/ in on large lot. Landscaped. Close room dining room, kitchen, bath.x *
J.to bus. room, city water, paved street and 1l rtl .. r*
;.'" List your lots with us for quick sidewalks Only one mortgage to '

LATCH ON TO THIS BARGAIN 3 sale. Cash buyers. Best prices ob pay. See 1427 NW 58th Terrace.We 82
tained. have keys Landscaped. '1 ,
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AGAINAgain
CHRISTMAS OUR FRIENDS!

the world pauses to celebrate the greatest
event in human history, the birth of Christ. No other incident Shaddie's Tavern Mrs. Ruth Scott was crowned
claims such universal interest as Christmas, for it ":'flss New Hope of 1958" recently
is observed by saints and sinners, and even 'those who 6804 N. W. 15th Avenue as the New Hope Baptist

have little or no concern in the Christ, participate in the Sll.\DDI1J WAIID, Proprietor Church celebrated their third
celebration. "HIXKIJK" HUOWX, MANAGER annual Woman's Day. Mrs. Scott

Christmas is the season when the Christian world 9AA A>Ah7aAf i >gAmAAkkloTikklakAxkAA3 IbAkhA>vAh>aAkA OAAa J who is pianist for the No. 2 choir

turns in spirit to the Manger of Bethlehem, to worship raised the most money $244.
Him who was born to "save His people trom their sins." I

And naturally, the devout views the occasion as a time I
News From NassauFor
for deeper devotion to, and adoration for Christ. It is a WANTEDMen

time when the thoughtful reflect on the possibilities that the month of November the"
may be wrapped in a little child; born in obscurity and Doard of Works issued permits
under the most unfavorable pndltions. for 99 buildings to cost 11.542
It is.the season when the milk of human 'kindness WomenFrom 974. In November of last year
91 permits were issued and the
remain
otherwise
that
seems to spring from sources dry
cost was 1062592. Permits for
because indifference callousness and, down-right
the 11-month period ending in
to the fore.the truth i in the, old adage
meanness. It brings Age 18 to 51 November last year were for 864
"There is"'some good in the worst of us." buildings at a cost of 11319.-

In this ultra commercial age, 'when the value of almost PREPARE NOW FOR U.S. CIVIL 528. This year for the same period .
the figures are 965 building
everything is measured in dollars and cents, Christmas '
has lost a large degree of its spiritual significance.The SERVICE JOB OPENINGS IN and 1259093280.
businessman thinks of it in terms of the amount of

money that his cash register shows, while the average THIS AREA DURING THE The Labor Department Is ex,
man feels that he has a great Christmas if he is able to perlenclng some difficulty In recruiting .
some 400 men requested
purchase most of the things he desires, and of the giftshe NEXT 12 MONTHS by the Florida Fruit and Vegetable

receives or gives. Growers Association On
With the major nations of the world jockeying for Government Positions Pay as High December 1 the department re-
position, with bombings of homes, schools, churches and cruited 75 men when 225 wen

synagogues, and rumors of bombings in our beloved As $350 A Month To Start needed.Bahamian In recent laborers years hundredsof
were tac
country,* nd man's greed and: inhumanity to man, it ,is en to Florida to work during the
crystal clear that there is no room. in,'the, hearts of many They provide much greater They are members of the vegetables and fruit season. Manyof
for a Merry Christmas. security than private Miami Reach and the Ml. them are being employed In
Let men of goodwill everywhere sing: employment and excellent ami Hide County Chamber work on the home front.

opportunity for adtancement. of Commerce, and sub-
Hark! he Herald angels ping, v
> .Many positionmfulre -* scribe to the code of the The sloop, "headlinewhich
"Glory to the new-born King I :
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little vis overdue from Sama Cuba,
or tio tspecli' ) ethical/ business practices
Peace on earth, and mercr.mild: .,..' Morel education o Ragged Island since Nov. 14,
of
God and sinners reconciled u . f"w V! J |.! or experience the thereof.better business! dlililon (Is and.reported The boat safe was at detained Ragged Is In,

Hut to get one of these uba beeau of .
the revolutionary
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job*, you must pass a test. For FREE information disturbance.
SPEAKING EDUCATIONALLY, The competition Li keen on Government Jobs, in.

The State Board of Education in a meeting on Tuesday and in dome case, only 1 eluding a list- of position. Basil Hunt 14 and Christ Far
out of 5 r'ngton: 6, Injured at the
pa.su. were
establishment
approved the of four colleges for and tik.'girle, fill out cou-
Southeastern Florida. KEY TIltlMXG SERVICE Speed Week races on Dec. 4 when
lIon below and mall i car driven
at once by Roy Schecheterof
help* to for
The matter was brought before the Board by State these tet' It Is prepare one of the -TOI>.\]. Miami Jumped the track. Hunt
Superintendent of Schools Thomas D. Bailey. He said the suffered a broken ankle and!
area most needinsr facilities for higher education is the I largo and fastest growing You Mill also get full details F'arrin ton, injuries to the head.
privately owned school of They and the! driver wew treated
Southeast coast of Florida.
its kind and U not connects on how you can qualify at a hospital
The colleges] wilt be'located in Dade, Broward, Pinel- ,
with the Govern jonrself to laic them
las and Browardcounties. -
The Superintendent said that of 1318 students in the meat tents.

top 25 percent of their high school class in 1957 only 725or DON'T DELAY ACT
NOW
55 percent actual'y went to college

These colleges are for white students, according to i KEY TRAINING SKKVICK"" " " - - -

Mr. Bailey. He said because of segregation policy equal Miami Beach Federal Itiilldlng4O7 1.

facilities will be established for Negroes.On Lincoln Road -' Q., .

Tuesday the School Board and State and County Miami Ranch Florida

officials discussed limited integration in Florida public Gentlemen:_

schools as a means of strengthening the state's pupil as- I am very much Interested.
signment law. Representatives from Broward, Palm .'nEF.. lVeaeseLnd me! absolutely

Beach, Hillsborough and Pinellas were in on the talks. (1) A list of Government Positions! and Salaried

The jneeting took place at the Governor's mansion (2)) Information on how to for
qualify a
in 1.Tallahassee. following: a suggestion by Judge L. L.rabisinski Government- Job

of Pensacola, chairman of the Governor's Advisory Name .._...._ ....__........._.........._..... .
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Integration suits Address ...........__.. .........._......_.__.. .
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Beach Dade and has Hiltoborough under consideration,are now before a plan the to courts.try integra- City __...__............._ State ._....,_.._.......:..._......,......_.

tion at the Orchard Villa Elementary School in a section Ag, -.._..-................._ Home Phone .............__..._
no\i largely populated by Negroes. .. ...,''tf, .N' -y
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ment Law was thrown out in Alabama, as fat as the Time dually at Home __'...._....._._.._.'__..__...__.
courts are concerned, it will meet the same fate in Fla.

Assistant Attorney General Ralph, Odum the .man
who handles the state's racial law suits, said that if the kind of education which gives them only local understanding .
Pupil .Assignment Law is to holdup legally on app'ication, of local responsibilities.

there must be some integration. vrt'XCnn! there J3 Da.(1t County Committee for Better

Senator Dewey Johnson, president designate of the Monday night this committee unanimously b .-
Florida' Senate, announces support of a proposed committee passed a resolution" opposing closing of public schools -'
%of lawyers to draft laws to prevent integration of "for any reason. THE FAR OUT FEVER:

.. schools in the state and seeks Gov. Collins, support in setting The committee> is composed of 30 civic leaders with Two of America's best-loved
tip 'such a committee. Chares! Gottlieb as chairman. They are setting up a fact performing talents, Eartha
finding committee to look into the economic JUtt and Sammy Davis, Jr.,
Eisenhower is effects
President thinking in terms of two shut-do'wn schools. ot in an ecstatic moment from
more years of high school. The president says life has become Meanwhile the NAACP Is 'Anna Lucasta," United
Joo complicated, for children to be satisfied with a battles to Integrate some schools in lining South up Florida.for its 1959 Artists screen version of the
Philip Sfordtn stage classic.


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; DECEMBER 20, 1953 PAGE 5 ladle red handbag with ,
Freedom's Road
Along a shoulder strap Wall lost (In ft
Miami text cab after the Classic
,_ h," ..t ......-. driver
Saturday night. The taxi
-- By RUTH PERRY '
or ,anyone else finding and returning
the same to room 3251
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I Main ,Post Office llulldlng will I
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Continued) voter registration sufhave based their defiance of receive a 93.00 te1IAsk for ;:

drives, .implementation of.Supreme hat.,ruling on the ground that M rs. llarlelack.! .
Court school Integration "th. Court is not a law: making .

rUlings and renewed attacks on, body and that .its opinion. therefore J .. 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
transportation discrimination ( ,;Ii'hot 'law' Mr, Wilkins 4
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were emphasized in Miami last points out "This is nonsense! Y
Friday as the southeast regional but '.tbe 1957 Civil Rights Act, 't' ,I
advisory board of the National under which the Civil Rights THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
Association for,the Advancementof Commission: functions, was enact I I
Colored People met for its an ed by the Congress In defying ..-: C

i.uai l meeting. thJ.I. cpngreeslonal: act,' Alabama:

. llKfilOVAIi ADVISORY issaying'that' regardless of the I Fresh Meat Low Prices
Constitution the Supreme Court c \
Reports were submitted to the ,or the Congress it is going to
meeting by NAACP leaders from treat Negro citizens as it I'I
the six states,- North and South pleases." I ,
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and Mississippi belonging MXJItO lUXJlHTKATION:
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to the southeast region. Par SHOWS GAINS
ticipating in the conference were In spite of Alabama and other
NAACP Director of Branches States where restrictions ant GET ALL THE POPULAR . I

G.oster D. Current; Robert L. prohibitions are delaylQ; Negro I
Carter, general counsel; Mrs registration, Negroes are gettingout I CHRISTMAS RECORDSAt
Ruby Hurley, regional secretaryand in larger numbers than ever I
Kelly M. Alexander of North Before to register and vote in The
Carolina, chairman of the reg the: South. According to a study
by the Southern Regional Coun- I
ional! board.
Florida NAACP state officers cil of Atlanta a bl'racial educe Variety Record Shop ,' '1''
Lional and research group, FlorIda ,
participating In the
meeting in '
leads the South In the *
eluded Robert Saunders, the Rev of Negroes registered percentage to 6400 N.W. 15th AVENUE 1
Theodore R Gibson,
Mrs. Louise
vote,
having 40,2 percent of
nule, Atty G. E. Graves and r
eligible Negroes\ rp'Ufrpd. <.1
Mrs. Ruth W Perry. Also Spirituals and Popular Hits
The NAACP, with the avis! I Ir

AL.\IIAM.\ Ira TilE TEST tance of such state organizations 45's and LP's
.It would appear that Alabama as The Florida Voters League, '
is proving to be the real test of has a drive underway It hopes
Record from
wil; result in more than doubl Players $ :
the strength of the Civil Rights I : ,
Commission Ing Negro registration In the CLUB"S""S
against Ingrained
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states' lights doctrines. In other South by the 1960 general else ,
lion, At present there urn an. BUY 10 RECORDS GET 1 I
words, the clash between ,the proximately 240,000 Negroes I

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\estlgatlon. According to Roy Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and tt (
Wilklns, NAACP executive secretary Virginia. The three-year goal: 1 Is 11 I .
the refusal of Alabama \ registration of 3 million Flan
officials to submit voting records '!da now has 148,000 Negroes: on :
to the Civil Rights Com the registration polls, and ac. *
mission is sufficient testimony to cording to reports, Negro leaders
tile> nation to justify enactment 'are quite capable of increasing

of further civil rights laws by the Negro voting potential, ,
tho Congress at the session open- h
ing on Jan. 7. SKA: SON OP (JOOIW'ILL

The actions of the Alabama The season of goodwl.l toward
voting officials can be under- all men as exemplified by the '1M + Y
stood, Mr. Wilkins continued. birth of Christ, is here It Is hard
have to reconcile the peace, Joy and
"They
a smelly scandal TO OUR
good will of the Christmas sea
under
cover and they know that:
ion with the evidences of
prpJ-
Its fu.l:
revelation would con
I udlce and discrimination shown !
since the rest of the nation that, FRIENDS AND PATRONS
the Negro in the South Our only
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the states' rights doctrine is, instead
hope to overcome this bigotry Is
a states' wrongs policy for men and women of good wll
We of the NAACP knew it all'' ...
to work harder than ever in the CHARLES' POULTRY
t'I6 time
Negro citizens knew months ahead educating, persuading -
It. Students of politics know It.
and showing by example
But now Alabama officials thfem. that brotherhood and democracyare AND FISH MARKET

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friends.
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-FIRST UNITARIANOn REV. GAY MOVESTO

Sunday, Dec. 21 the open' I MT. HERMON
.
Ing portion of the 11 a.m. service I
to. Clturd will be conducted by the AME

Church School of the First Uni

: me t tarian Church, Dixie Highway at rl;;:' .' :. -'" ;.. .'.' :
will present
Stf t9l'1 l Roar* They

with choral reading and singing, > ac\
an original script entitled "The

........: Seven Strands of Christmas Tradltion"
--- containing the stories of

BAHA'I ASSEMBLY | THE INCARNATION ST. MARY'S W. M. Hannukah, yule log, evergreens,

George Savltt. press represent 1835 N.W. 58th StreetFr. Sunday Schoo' began at the Sinta Claus, gift giving birth of 4A3..
n'lyp for the Baha'l Assembly of E. S. 'Clarke Jr., vim usual hour with Mrs. S. Dawkins Jesus, and Peace on Earth clos
Miami and who Is known to Mi- Veronica Q' erry. reporter presiding. The lesson was re ing with a statement of our common

ml TfitKS readers as Phil Ossofer. Winter Schedule viewed by Deacon Plckson from bonds.
wl'l speak at the Daha'i Center Sundays: the Bahamas and was very inepirlne The Rev. Glenn 0. Canfield'ssermon
137 NW 11th ave., 7:45: Church School and Rev. II. V. Stuart and our that morning will be,
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p m. Sunday, Dec. 21, His subject Adult Bible Clefs .... 9:30: a.m. pastor topped off comments. "Jesus, Jew or Christian?
will be "A Joyous Attitude Solemn Sung Mass and Service began at 11 a.m. with A cand'ellght party for all

Towards Life." All races and Sermon '.......-. 11:00: a.m. the pastor In charge. One infant members and friends of the
fnl'M are cordially invited to at Confirmation Instruction for was baptized, and everyone was church, sponsored by the Jefferson
Children .>. 5 p.m. happy in the testimonial meetingand Club, will: be held at the Ylctw.

tend.Miss Olve: Alexander, executive E. Y. C. Meeting 6:00: p.m. the spirit was ,very hlg;. home of Mrs Evelyn Smith Ross,
director of JESCA was Solemn Evensong and No. 1 choir rendered music with 232* Tiger Tall Court, Coconut

<. Ad a dtft gate to tie fcsftia'l :9enA.n '30 p.m Mrs. G. McFord at the organ, Grove, on Sunday, Dec. 21, 8:15:

National Convention, to be held Tuesday: and No. 1 ushers served. p.m.
St. Vincent's Acolyte Guild The 7 devotion was led
fn April at the Baha'l Temple in p.m. 22 8
Wlmette, Ill. The election was Rehearsal................... 5:30: p.m by the pastor. He preached from the On Liberal Monday, Religious:Dec. Youth p.m.
he'd Sunday, Dec. 7 at the State Wednesday: Exodus 4:2: ; theme, "Use What
Convention at the McAllister Low Mass .....;. 6:30: a.m You Have for God." lIe Is get group will have a holiday party
of Connie and William -
Hotel.;>> Evensong and Meeting of ting better and better every day. at the home S. li. GAY
Guild of Our Lady... 8:00: p.m. I We are praying for you and want Kugel 2929 N. Bay Road
Thursday: you to know that every knock is t ta :Miami Beach.Completely At the South Florida: Annual I
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NEW HOPE BAPTIST The Choir of St. Michael's boost. I Conference: _of .the AME Church
And All Angels No. 1 choir and the male I furnished. Lovely WhICh was held in West Palm

Rev James E. Brown, pastor Rehearsal................... 5:30: p.m. chorus rendered music and the house with two bedrooms, Fa.! I Beach Nov. 26.30, there were
Bro. Vandell Bavan, Sec'y Friday: No. 1 and 2 ushers served. room, plus car porte, with beautiful quite a few changes made among
Services St. Cecelia's Choir :and',caping. In the heartof the pastors of the churches of
last
on Sunday wag
at a high peak with our beloved Rehearsal.... ............. 8:00: pjn. TEMPLE BAPTISTThe Edison! Center. It is an Ideal this area.
in NOTE: Sundays, Solemn Mas place for quiet and comfortable Bishop S. L. Greene who Is the
pastor charge.In
High Mass and Benediction of young people presented avery living. See It at 836 MV 65th head of the 11th Episcopal District

our morning services the the Blessed Sacrament on All interesting program for the St. Adults only. Must be E'xpE'r'trncl'd which comprises all of FlorIda

subject, "You May Get By But Feast Days.Weekends. contest sponsored by the Sunday In taking carp of a good has just completed the 8th
You Can't Get Away" was taken : Low mass on all School on Dec. 14. Dwight home. Phone PL 80792. of his series of conferences In

from three books of the Holy holy and Saints' Days. Thompson won over Bertha Lee Florida.

Bible: Ezekiel, Galatians and Solemn Sung Mass, 6 a.m. on Gilbert. Both youngsters did a BETHEL BAPTISTRev. One of the noted changes was
Corinthians, and as usual, was all Feast Days. fine Job and are to be consratu. the moving of the Rev. SamuelL.
L. R. Ross, Pastor
lated.
most spiritually interprted by the Gay from the Mt. Zion Church
The Church of the Sunday services will take Sis. Nannette Greer. reporter
Incarnationwill on
pastor, then in our seven o'clock In GIfford to the Mt. Herman
t( ,rvlce we were again inspiredwith celebrate the glorious the ChrIstmas atmosphere with Richmond HeightsThe charge in Opa Locka.
another great message by Christmastide with the following : music, etc. The choirs will sing ,Lord b'essed' !! us throughnt / Rev. Gay had spent more than
,
the pastor. schedule: Jointly. t' ( day Sunday, beginningwith three years at the Mt. Zion
Dec. 24, Carol Services, 10:34:: Services on Christmas Eve will School which was largely Church in Gifford and had donea
Sunday comiui our service begin at 10:30.: ittendfd.
magnlflcient Job at that charge<<
w'll be as usual beginning with p.m.At All who filled to attend services
11 p.m. Midnight Solemn I Some of his work there was to
Sunday Schoo' at 9:30: a.m. with MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. 'realy missed a spiritual
put a completely the
High Mass, procession and new top on
ser '
the superintendent Deacon J. D. net Thn men of Bethel certainly .
mon (b'esslng of church; replaced all of the windows
the .
Manger. M.
) E. Thomas pastor
jl'pwn, in charge, followed by know what to do. The
Friday, Dec. 26 St. had painted the church
Stephens Phyllis Myers
reporter
the regular morning service at fact was brought out in fine
both and
in
Day, Low Mass 6:30 out. The parsonagewas
: a.m.
11 J o'clock then closing out an- "Deliver me from mine E'n"- fashion whrn the men observed also painted and furniture
Saturday, Dec. 27 St. new
o' h"r God's Day with our regular John mh s, O my God defend me from their annual day. installed.
: The furniture Included
Evangelist
7 o'clock services. a.m. Day, Low Mass, 6:30 :Mum that rise up against me." The pastor and members would a new electric refrigera
Our HTvlce began with the like to thank their friends for tor.

Our pastor will be in complete Sunday, Dec. 28, Holy Inocent's' Sunday Schoo' which started at the loyal support given the men
c'-arge of the services throughout and the first Sunday after ChrhtI 9:45: a.m. with the assistant w' o hepod] to keep this day The Mt. Herman AME Church
t day with the Junior choir I mas. The church will celebrate superintendent! In charge. The alive In Bethel.Especially has received Rev. Gay with great
furnishing the music in the I Its Patronal Festival with Church lesson was reviewed by Miss do we thank our enthusiasm. lie has vowed to use
morning and choir No. 1 furnish. I School and Bible Class 9:30 Drown. guest speakers Prof. R. H. as a slogan for the church "The
IP" I he music at night. Usher cession and sermon 11 : a.m. At 11 a.m. the devotional service George and Rev. Reginald Hall Biggest Little Church in Town."
board No. 1 will be at the ushers a.m. was conducted by the Junior Jr Wn also wish to thank the Rev. Gay and his little band of

post throughout the day .Solemn Evensong, benediction deacons. The music _for_ the .hour. __ Mt>n (' orug who rendered such proud members are extending a
JPllr.frlE'ndll aa procession" of the Blessed wail furnished by the Junior wonderful' music throughout the cordial invitation to all who will
this!! being the
Sacrament 7:30 choir who wonderfully. : c'av. We WRM! to them bui'd fellowship
time of the year that we all look : p.m. sang I congratulate the help to up a .
forward to, we feel that this is This day la set aside for you, Then our pastor rendered the officers of the day for !such' a nice that can compare with any
A rood time the mi'muers! of the Incarnation the morning's message, subject, : and we.l; planned prepared pro that Is in this area. Come and
as to wish for
any "
the entire world and the Patronal Day. Let us make a "Love. .: er.m.; A deal of praise goes to help us to enjoy the sweetness of
"">rfu people In it wonil :pedal effort to attend all ser Sunday evening at 5:10: : p m I the decoration committee for tho good music and the solemness of
a Very
Christmas and a Happy Merry and vices on this day, Dec. 28. We the BTU was held with the superb Job they did on their real Christian worship. .

Prosperous New Year, from the are sure that all good church president In charge. Then we i Mirt The occasion holds Interest Already since taking over his
pastor and the official staff of men will be present In their had a short program based on I profound significance for all who official duties at the church in
our church, and to those of you church on this, their Homecomng the spilling( of Illb.p worda.: filled the walls of Bethel.CONGREGATIONAL. Opa Locka. Rev. Gay claims the
Sunday night the d"'votlm-i c
vl-o may be traveling to all parts Day. addition of ten members to the
rf t'ic wor'd' to spend the noli- was conducted by the junior church. On Sunday morning at
After the
0! 'P with your family and midnight mass ser deacons The mmlc was furnished 11 o'clock. The rights of the
fi'\ ;' nds we would like to urge I vices the Saints Ann-Margaret by the male chorus TV n on" .1 Tlio Congregational Church Holy Baptism will be administered
M if to invite our Lord and Save Chapter of the Women of the! \pastor .gave us the night's ser Fellowship wishes to' announce to three converts.
ior Jesus Christ to accompanyyou i Church is sponsoring 1"nu] h mon, "The Holy Spirit" found In ,i' change of Its hour of worship
Party" at the Parish Hall Daniel 6:10.:
NW
to 11
on your trip. Ask Him to a.m. Instead of the
7th ave. and 69th st. The The public is
take a seat In your cars, buses, is publc always welcome former afternoon hour. expected to Join in this morning
trains or planes and go with you 'air. May cordially God Invited to this af- 0 come time.and worship with us at The place of worship Is at the worship hour by coming to

all the way and return with you; Messing at this grant you His any Seventh Day Adventist School church There will be special

when your visits are over we: and all: Christmastide auditorium, corner of 50th St. Christmas music.
through the New TRINITY
.d Year. WESLEYANRev. and 25th ave.
wou like to extend an Invitation Rev. Charles Wllks pastorA.
to the entire All:! members and friends I E.
public to come George E. Johnson, pastor are McNeal reporterBARGAIN
and worship with us. You are al- BETHANY BAPTIST Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter

w .ys welcome. 3078 N.W. 45th St. udav chool .......01. a .. T I

I. Rev Rudy Keaton pastor viornlng worship .......,............. ll:0f: I
Bruins' People'f
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ST. JAMES BAPTIST Sunday School......... 8:30: am nSALTER'S .

Morning Service ............ 11
BTU ................................ 5:30: pjn BTU ................................ 5:30: am p.m CHAPEL STOP!
Evening Worship ............ 7:30 Evening
Visitors p.m Service ".......... 7:30: p.m I "The earth Is the Lord's and
always welcome Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30: the fulness thereof
Sunuay School........... 9:30 am p.m. the world 2200 N.W.
and that 36th Street
they dwe'l
Mum.MX .... therein.
: Worship .... (::OO un
323 N.W. 14th StHPV ST. FRANCIS XAVIERN.W. Sunday School began at 9:30:

J. L. Johnson pastor 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. a.m.Mrs. Agnes with Davis the. superintendent In charge and

Y Sunday Services Phone FR 9-1424 all teachers at their posts. The $500 Down

MASSES attendance was good.
Daily ................................ 8 a.m
GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev Sunday ........ 7 a.m. & 8:30: ajn The 11 a.m. devotion was led Rooms
James E. Culmer, pastor by Rev. A. Gallon: and the ser 3 of Fine .NEW

Eddie Edwards, clerk ST. MATTHEW AMEZ mon was delivered by the pastor Furniture

Sunday School.,....?....... 9:30: a.m from St. Luke 15.8: subject CompleteIflfl95
Morning worship .... ........ 11:01 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. "It is Good to be Here." We
We. tminster Fellowship .... 0 p.m Rev A. H. Ferguson pastor were honored with the presenceof
tunday School ............... 9:45:: am Bishop W. F. Ball who is always

Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m a welcomed guest. $
CORINTH BAPTIST Evening worship) ............ 7:30: p.m. The. ACE League met at 5:30 I 7 7
p.m. with the president!! $12.00 a Month

Meets very 2nd ana 4th Sundaj NOTICEAll Claudia Robinson In charge.At 1\lrs'l
at Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist 7 p.m. the sermon Gorgeous 9x12 rugs, $17.00 each. One to a customer
Church. Church notices MUST be i again delivered by the

Sunday School ....................... t:3' typewrttten double spaced I from St, Matthews 17:4. Pulpit See Estelle Brady at once. She will make this the

Morning worship ................ 11:31 and on one sheet of paper. Copy I associates were Rev. O. C. Turner Merriest
Evening Service .................... T3C MUST be Into our office by Io and Rev. C. H. Wilson. Christmas you ever had.
Rev. W. T. Thomas pastor m. Tuesday of each week to Come and worship with us
and successful gospel preacher. Insure In.rtlon-Church 'editor. You are always welcome.





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and Dade School Officials
SATURDAY, DECEMBER' 20, 1958 PAGE 7


est-to.goodness love for Christ and i ing of gifts, nor holly wreaths on
Hold Pow Wow On IntegrationMIAMI not alone our giving and recelv-: I| our windows and doors I



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Dad' Coupty school leaders Richmond Heights Flashes '1\\prK

discussed with Gov. LeRoy Col.lna 'I
and other state and county
officials limited By ORA D. TALYOR -
Tuesday Integration
of Florida NN..........-........................N\N....................---................. :
schools
as a the
is
means of strengthening the It is highly uleasing to note /Chester Ross, the brother of gjfl I
state's .pupil assignment law. the return of the Rev. S. A. Edward: Rosa of Monroe St., is
_
A source in Tallahassee said Cousin to Greater Bethel( assls- visiting in Richmond Heights. lIe .
after the closed-door meeting at ant ministers, Rev. J. C. Brad and his comely wife are of Corona toh' '
the governor's mansion that no ley Rev. W. E. Taylor Rev. F NY. Mr. Ross has been associated ..
agreement was reached on howto J. Hicks assistants Rev. A. as trainer of the
proceed. lones, pastor Martin Memorial. Schwartz stable for over ten
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Church, Richmond Heights. years and la a noted figure In
Attending the meeting along Many of the ,other ministers re- racing. Also here Is Mr. Foster d
with school board officials from urned to former churches for who is a owner of race horses He tLd55e

four, other counties were Dade another year of successful, ser and Mr. Ross are anticipating a _
School Supt. Joe Hall and School vice. trip to Nassau where Mr. Fostei
Board Member Jess Yarborough. plans to build a motel. We wish

The South Florida annual conference them a pleasant and successful ir\ ,
Other counties representedwere was an automic borb of trip. Mr. Ross Is the husband of
Palm Beach Hlllsborough iplrltua.; outbursts under leadership our own Vernicc Ross, nursery
Broward and Plnellas. of the great Christian lender school head and a trained nurse. _
Collins, in a statement after
the
most Honorable
the meeting, did not say whetherthe S. Greene. Bishop Drive
officials had picked any one Carefully I
county for the' first attempt at
limited integration.But .

the Dade School Board Is Sentence Sermons \
studying a proposal to integratethe
Orchard Villa School as a
'"pilot" project to test the effect CHRISTMAS I
of integration here. should mean to you and me, afer ,
1. After the scorching heat of the" Son of God left !heaven I'
Suits seeking to open schoolsto ,Summer, and the Harvest shortly to finally\ die for us on a tree
Negroes are pending in Dade last comes snow flurries and , the price Ho bore to be iden.
Palm Beach and HlllsboroughBounties. ,! wintry winds, all but saying titled with men ; should not His I
"Christmas Is coming fast." spirit by this time fully pervade rI
2, Memory of the last Christmas every" lind I ,
"The purpose of the meeting hardly dies away when again 10. Truly lie has the right to 4 \+ I 1
v.'ia to have an Informal dls- tic tame rush and bustle in AM feel that, lie left this world In I
(rslon< of the administration of if to stay. good hands when Ho entrtnt
nrd the strengthening of the 3. Then, not only children: but to you and me the proper Inter 90 4N.
Pupil Assignment Law In the :Townupa seem under a spell pretution of Ills footsteps In the
< ,mntles represented," Collins each with a happier thought but ira} -.nd scorching sands. N. "

sad. i the majority wishing all man .Proo :
11
Prr'iapi too
:nd well. se flshly weave .
'
"Information regarding recent (. What could be this strange "hond( In your church and
court decisions and conditions In !anpenlnx?-who Is this that miip.! to portray the hiddenr t
"tsar 'a of tho Manger: and the the reasont
ach of these counties was ex ould come to earth, spreading
.
"ions', that shou.d\ : bo
our dally
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changed."It dad l tidings and Peace by virtue Shrine,
if Ills Holy Birth .
was recognized' that undert 12. So here we are a year .
5. It was none other than the wfa/f
'e terms of, the law each county Knee( our world still enshrowded -
King of Glory who came to earth
Is responsible for its local administration in deep suspense, men like
with an unending story to convey
but all felt whips with a damaged rudder I
present /
'o us also the likeness of II I s BLENDED WHISKEY 90 PROOF 65% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS
trying to
reach
tlut some good could and did the coveted' har
come about by a frank general Father, that all men might bor; so If Its a real Christmasyou THE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY
adore him and worship no other'
individual local and I would truly like to
of
discussion i ex
6. Rut I
fear If this Babe of
plore It
circumstances" must start with an hon
Bethlehem were to return t[0

Collins his statement declined; although to elaborateon he earth bow His today head He In would sorrow: have and:to n, 4'4\14\U'- -' a) r\\f.\\ ) - r.111.'i r.tl1.1.t : 1.\1 r.\1X\1 t,, \\.W- -

said that several phases of the heavy dismay, for the light and 2?
'harm of the Holy Manger' is '
luoblem were discussed. 2P
.
being blacked out by commer'lallt '
&
. The U. S. Supreme Court held recently that Alabama's School 7, Thf time Is now when prejudice b &
Placement] Law, which is similar and hate are being ftpeclullzed & ff "
to Florida's Pupil Assignment In as Satan's bait, like so .
Law was valid on its face but many: forms of mystifying religIons & .
that whether it would hold up that veil the face of Christ 4i f 0/K '&
l v ntua.l.y would depend upon rather than heighten men's via .
:&
I ltd application. ions lA '
8 Yes this Is the sad plight &
Assistant Attorney General: our Blfssed\ Lord would have to
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Ralph Odum, who handles the face, after 1958 years of extend-
state's racial Integration, said i d Grace and love beyond all -
that If the Pupil Assignment Law human understanding, yet menare # i
'is to hold up legally on application perpetrating the most heinous
there must be some integration acts of robbing and kil.lng.; $
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.._ 8 SATURDAY DECEMBER__20 n__, 1958_ & Albert JonesA

it7 A ltAfaAA 7im ]a a7t7 1A7aD17G7a ?J1 A>omDo?9v7qa7aDoDa7a hlA oA7h $ensou' 05rertiug6I. . quiet but attractive wedding

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Bason's (!footings r"-; "" when Miss Betty Butler and Albert '

Y.,# ':,', THE DAVIS Jones.. were Miss Margaret Joined in Hue hoivmatrimony. )
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'.;r, "I. Betty Jean Willard maid of hon
THE LITTLE STORE ON WHEELS t'Jf1 ?.w. Mtfe Sk or. The bride wag given In mat
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Phone FR 9-4922 Jones, and Emmett. Stanley was r
best man
i'lti.tuiu/ tlJ Distinction' The ceremony was perform
.., I \Vo extend heartfelt greet: by the Rev L. A Thompson In
FELLOWSHIP 1 d? : mils ,r
4' I **,*f ( Yuletide Seufcoii, ahtl of relatives: and frfiends\ of thl'
MOBILE y ' I ; the u-rj' best wishes to you at couple the. organ.Holy Miss. Elsie Douglas: wa\
Christmasand
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, Sew Year flllwl with
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hftn' >!nesH and prwpeilty.We
a nr' profouiijVv grateful Redeemer
= + in (11" r innnr 'lr i Mrom andO
Adult Parish
A door-to-door service y ,,
I their
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'" 1'irlnR/ the i)n"t .t'Iwith Dec. 21
Fruit Ice Cream F tl f..,, 1)n Hot wo ch..H "qv' Party
Household Needs : |1h..O'')ilo iv of co')ttml'\llynicin2 i the JariMi of Holy Redeemer
'Ol1 "sl\tl "(fury will treat its members and their
confections School A iO1IX II. ".\\'IS, 1"1'1I1'. R<'"\'I'f'." guests to a Christmas Party,
.a K Sunday, Dec. 21 at the church
Supplies Vegetables iIuxx xxx't e xdex.'exx cxat esaacatbCxxrc' hall. There will be a lot of fun
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ig the "getting acquainted circle
, Continuous entertainment with
IeI Oe: Santa, in person as master
of ceremonies.For .
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I DECEMBER 20, 1958 PAGE 9 ,
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$300 MILLION TO Address Omitted I

BE SPENT FOR The letter appearing' in last
r 's week's, Issue" of thft Times was
YULE LIQUOR from Mrs. Alvin R. Herckmann! I
t whose address t I I.* 144 W. Pier- I
n : w I GIFTS ron St., Phoenix. Arizona. Her
: address was inadvertently omitted I
i WtflT'! tie rtstntlf of a recent I
as basis, a distiller
survey a --- ---
upokesman estimates that busl-
r ness will .spend "between 295 I

and 300 million do lars" on gifts I
of distilled spirits! this holiday II
season I

"Earlier: surveys have found
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3b Ar liquor! to be most popular single I
ew item ranted only by all types !
of food grouped together distributed I Ii
: : \ T y \ by business firms as i

Christmas gifts," Sy Berkowltz,
manager of industrial sates' forSelirnlfv ,,

I Distillers Co. announced t .
ra I 'Hut to the best of our
knowledge. our study is the first
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I to i>ace n dollar value on liquor's I
share of the multi.million-dollar

:, gIMng holiday" market for Industrial I


y I The Scuenley study also analyzed I

t I Industry Christmas gift preferpncrs ,
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The Miami Branch of the I I types of businesses lead the country .
National: Alliance of Postal Employees In purchases of liquor for
and the Women's Auxll Christmas giving They are:
lary recently gave their Installation 1 UN Council l Approues ducking companion, the ptflnt.
,banquet at the James E. Ing trades, paper manufacturer, \
Scott Community Building The food wholesalers, commercial
guest speaker for the evening l laundries, fuel oil! distributorsand I
was Joseph Clark, special assistant Nation dea.era; building maintenance '
to the assistant postmaster !New African companies, general and building
general Ills topic for the evening contractors and garment manu I v '
was "Civil Rights and Equal United Nations NY The fart u reI's. : I I'I''k I'I

Opportunity for all Postal- Employees i Security Council Tuesday approved .. .. .. .
." - - ---------- Tho 99,000 firms In these nine
and sent to the General Assembly
Seated from left to right are: categories are expected to spend
the bid of the tiny Afri
Sunlight Chatter Box
more than 92 million dollars for
Mrs. J. Henry, vice president; can state of Guinea to become
Miss Patricia Momon Mrs. L C. dlatll'ed' spirits this holiday< s-ux'
the 82nd member of the UN. By DELOUETTA HEECHAM
son. Mr Herkowitz said lie noted -
Momon, secretary district 3j: Mrs.
E. M. Dunlap, Mrs. A. J. Scott, The U S. tried to get South .-.-.--.-..-.h.hN V N that this average out to approximately '
president; Mrs. E. Coins, president ' Korea and South Viet Mam: into $460 for each firm \
This Friday there will be a
district 3; standing! : MM.n the world parliament too but the Hair Style' Show .presented ,by "A't typical retail prices, that's
Woods, Mrs. W. A. Ellison, Soviet Union threatened to veto equivalent) of about eight cases
Miss Jurllne Carter althoughthis
Mrs. R. Bozeman, Mrs. J. L. the move. of OFC Imported Canadian whls--
I will be off the
Fryar, Mrs. J. R. Marks, Mrs. I. paper press key," the Schenley spokesman
The Security Council voted after the show has been presented
S. Wi.liams: Mrs. P. E. Paschal, 5 tili.
100 with France abstaining to we wish to extend to Mlsa
Mrs. II. E. Eason, treasurer Mrs.
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recommend that Guinea be ad Curler tremendous! success.!
Wilson, Mrs. S. D. Armstrong"
milted to the UN. The General i
Mrs. F. E. Taylor, secretary; and i Assembly probably will com Iplete I The student! body wishes to Kenny Washington
Mrs C. Gowan welcome those visitors who are
approval by Friday or Sat
Also guest speakers for the' urday. 1 hero for the annual Orange Signed as Scout
evening was E. M. Dunlap assistant Dlosaom: Classic and extend to
postmaster of Miami; J. G. French Ambassador Gull nil a happy classic weekend. We I For<<; Dodgers

Reeder, assistant past master andL. .aume Georges-I'Icot said France here are of course looking forward Los Angeles/ (AND)-Kenny
C. Momon. considered the app'Jcation for to the fabulous event our Washington. well known backfield .
Matthew J. Williams, UN membership premature because selves. star of yesteryear at UCLA
Guinea's status with who later played with the Lot*
France, and the status of Its re We wish to invite all to visit
UF TOTAL HITS Angeles/ Hams, has been slgno
our scholl and have a look
ceiOy anounced federation with
as a baseball scout by the Lou
Ghana around. There are hair styles!
had not yet been defined.iquuassy on Angeles Dodgers.
$1,880,096Pre i. .. { jo esnoiieqj SVtU1Iq1lU dlap'ay, fashions, and anythingIn :
Washington had been workingas
the field of cosmetology we
/
JO jaqwara: 'uj.iv aqua
cleanup work will be most happy to inform a salesman for a grocery oon
by J'IIIO 'uoll eq 10 UOIBIAJalns{ {
United Fund volunters began att} .r}pun SI| UOn1{ lap nUltllt1U you about.To cern.
Monday with business and house I
Oqy 'eJJo.i 9Jllo.1{{ I11IW1II1U91U
our sick students We wisha
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to house workers
reporting $78-
jo uva'sJ1S
\OOJU\ paJf eqlllb
000 to boost the UF total collection speedy recovery, and we miss I Y
'soouvqunr\ em jo juoaj uj{ you here at >school, Advertise It Pays!
to 1880096. '
Ulq3J1I'i{ ?UdA3 eq1) JOJ 3UJUJOOUIVIH {
All divisions of the United JVPiJ.I ul| pJAJJJU{ OIJM r .
Fund contributed to the new 'sooumtunf{ ncsBBM din 9l( III* Last
total. 9p1lJtJ<1 aq; jo ejnivaj\ (spoils{ v

Mrs. Bernice Kemp and Mrs. Rejected/ Automobile InsuranceIf
Maude Crass: directors of dis minuteshopper
trlct 28 in the Midtown Region Beautiful HomeOn it it.
other companies don't want we can place '
joined the ranks of those wo i
men who went over the top of Large Lot Our excellent insurance facilities permit ua to place

their quota in the women's door Your lot be this type of business so phone us if you can't place it. ?
can a paymenton ,
to-door phase of the campaign.

They collected 131 per cent of this 3-bedroom, 2-bath Federal Insurance AgencyCHARLES
their $3,275 assigned quota for
the support of the United Pund'q 1331 N.W. 56th St. J. PISTORINO Agent
55 health, welfare and communl i "
ty agencies. Open 35 p.m. 213 N.E. 2nd Avenue Phone FR3-8146

The current campaign bas a
Baron JE 8-1340
goal of $3,477,000. .

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7 days a week. Business as usual at our main officeat ". ((2 p.m. to 10 p.m.) "

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PAGE' .10 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1958





The Financial Eating





Cancer That's Killing I



Negroes in Miami



Ily Wllfonl 51. Bailey, B.S., M.S. aid Is literally a part of Miami
Although by many of Its dwellersIt
Miami (the largest 'city in the Is considered an independentcity

state of Florida) the well: re because they, like Africa,
nown tourist center in the south Cuba, and many of our foreign
consists of approximately 860,000 at lea want Independence, and .

inhabitants, encompassing races wl'l proudly boast when asked::
from all parts. of the world. Itbas "Where do ;you live?" "Liberty

been: referred to by ma.nY.M- City, of course." However, com
"the paradise of the south" parable to the number of ten ei

"the rich man's heaven on earth" ants, the Negro home owners In

"the." poor plus man's many bread.other and sclntllat-butter Miami are few. We, the Employees of I Ir

ting nomenclature. Dut to the Rental of rooms, efficiencies,

unskilled' Negroes, it is an employment and apartments are "sky high"In
center and a 'financial Miami for the average Negro
ea.tlng'cancer.." compared to the salary he re I r
ceives, and it is :literally "kill 'NEAL-HELNLY'!
Most professional Negroes In ing" him. Not only is the rent

the Miami (Dade County) areBare' high but the sanitary condition* 1
adequately paid and can survive surrounding his neighborhood :

without too much financial are generally below standard. '

pressure, but even they complain EXTEND I Ie
\ efficiency
Usually an unfurnished
about, thjs' .."tlnandal- aUng can usually cost $12 to $13: '
cer.". ,, I nrl.{ doctors, lawyers, business
weekly, and a room (normally _
and; ,. ,professional men arc
they are furnished, generally Included t
earning exceptloally high salar
is a bed, table, chair, and : Q
1f>comparable. to those of
any chest, only at the better hotels
other race. Negro teachers in I
are private baths included) cost
< '
Dade pareaaine f..tb highest :
$9.00 to $12.00 weekly.
paid In ,the south. salaries &
Startlpg
' Furnished, the prices for apart ,
of tc'aehers withbachelors
ments 'and efficiencies are respectively
degrees without experience al'f"U80 $18 to $23 and $15 to : I

monthly; masters degrees $20 weekly. Added to this "fl :

without t1 experience receive $4Xand' . nancial-eating cancer" are the :
doctors (with degrees In a j
costs of utilities, transportation,
field'of education) without experience -
this t
and grocery. By time the un r yt
receive $510. This profeRVional skilled! laborers (especially thosein Q

t group represents a minority the $40 to $50 weekly cate e
of approximately: 10 percent gory) checks have been completely K t
of Miami's Negroes. So devoured. Q
what's happening to the remain I IIn :
119Q ,Recent TT the unski1ledworkers Yet the fight for survival continues .
and when and how I for those families who are I :.

do they get here (. blessed with, the perpltualow of 1
I the species, "children," especiai I II I :; \\I'I'iLL I
Negroes migrate to Miami from ly those who are under school ,

all nprt"oj !the United States and age.,The cost for keeping tots in .
Latin America, but the bulk i Is Miami while the parents are e ['' \
from Florida, Georgia and the
I working is generally $1.00 per
nahsnnd Irfands. Presently the day, If they are kept in private
Negro population in Miami is ap, homes If they are kept In the
proximately 100'.000. Migration I Tot Center (which is a church
l greatfstsduring "the season school'whose- basic purpose Is to

(the period when many tourists II keep and train under-sctwol age;
leave the cold weather and come children) the price varies from .
to M0nD for reasons such as: '$5.00 to $7.50 weekly, depending

health, relaxation, vacation, upon the age of the child.
sightseeing, business operation, However, these are considered '
etc. This is rfco the period that high itfO for the series rent

the fruits become ready for has dered, but compared to the $32 or
vest). Consequently in the mldjt $35 pay the working female Is

of all this excitement job oppor receiving she might well stay at .
tunities are created. home and keep her child. eII r I

There are approximately 70 Usually after she pays for

employment agencies located i In transportation, lunch, washing,
the Miami area whose principal Ironing. and care of the child she
function is to find work for job Is back where she started. Single

seekers Most of the employment C women generally rent rooms, or J
agencies, except those, operated two or more usually )live to
by the state, charge the applicants gether In an effort to reduce the _"... .. tJIID

certain fees for securing: financial load. { .:, ,. If II'
Jobs. Generally: this fee is -
half' of the first weeks" one Not only !Is the rent high, but ', 'IJ
salary. I
the sanitary conditions are below
But this 'S
Isn't the financial I
"eat
ing cancer" standards In many Negro neigh 11/I r.C .
that's killing Negroes f
In Miami. borhoo s. Crowded conditions tJIiJI
are common in almost any large w

For the unskilled Negroes thereare city, but there Is no excuse for Cw % '
few adequate paying jobs the recklessly scattered rubbish

compared to the cost of living in that is found In many .of these 1 and a Very Happy and . J
t"p Miami area. Workers in this neighborhoods. The same scat :
category normally perform work tered rubbish has been in some
neighborhoods for as many as

Moke"e' ,pnrtPra.dishwashers' maids, bartenders gardners, I three years. Prosperous New Year

*>'ft, OeneralV the rates of pay Some readers may ask the M>I 4 I
;
tnr such nosltlons are male: question "well why don't they .' .
tACt nn to m.OO' weekly; female: just move?" There Is a wise old: 2?
'32.00 to $4000 weekly This 1 is saying that "you can't solve a III I ,:; ...
",
bv "o means all l the work performed problem, nor win a fight by running 1I 'Jt -io.'n';... -. -_ \r, iJ
Mr. ,J. H. O'Neal :, Mr.
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hv unskilled workers In away from It. 1I 'Jt. John Maxwell d

thus Miami area. nor are the i
rate of lowest It Is well known that Miami lone Mrs. Florence Ander .
pay or highest I Mr. R. E. Rothwell -:
that many Negroes are receiving, of the most popular cities In i
the south and 'viewers from all
hut they are good averages. Some I Mrs. F. Anderson
Negro construction workers I parts_ of the world are coming to Mr. Josh T. Wilson
,! receive from may see the city of Miami and Miami a ;IJ
$75 to $125 week-
Iv pouring concrete, while on I' Beach. These views are not restricted Miss Fanny Buck Mr. Don Cinicola
the to Miami Beach or Biscayne -
contrary some
porters
or Boulevard In Miami, but Mr. Elmer Binz
gardners may receive as low as Mr. Charlie Stachan
they are centered on the entire ;IJ
$35 to $40 weekly. Manv of the
Greater Miami .
construction, workers belong to arE'a.It Mr. Ralph McClung Mr. Tommy Collins
unions which' ,
accounts for manyof seems that a wise suggestion
the high salaries they receive. would bt'. for the citizens of Mi '

and to "wake up," because It Is : Mr. Thara Jordan 4
Many Negroes (both professional I

a well known fact that the slo 4i4i
and non professional) In I
gan "one rotten apple may spoil
the Miami area, are prominent the' whole '
barrel, may sincerely
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borne owners, but they are gen. : and justly be applied ;IJ
erally ,located: I In the scarcelypopulatecLarea I ;IJMI
of the city. One II I

such afe4',Ii known as Liberty TO THE It .
City. It Js- located approximatelyfive GIVE. GIVE I... ,1'1THE .

mild north of Miami proper UNITED FUND!II! J



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Prairie View "Southern
mFinish SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1958 PAGE 11 )



Florid 1-2-3 : Make Needed Manpower ,I


Ky Lulv Virgil Overbea}''for AW Conference champions( for the :tI r"I

RATKii Reason are Prairie View In thn I
I'KAIKIIS
VIEW iyPFOOTUALL I
Southwestern; Lincoln (Mo.) In Knowii times FSES :
T&AM: OF | 8Dy' the Midwestern; fitortJii AAJH: 3ulls WinSeason's
In the .
Southern Intercollegiate Cage ---
virtue of being the nation's Athletic Conference and A&T in I Employers in this area were requirements of more than 10,'
on'y undefeated team 'although; the Central Interco.leglate Ath Opener 53.36 urged today by the Florida State 000 jobs, Is a basic too:
once, tied the Prairie V few Panthers ,letic Association. Behind the steady scoring of Emp.oyment Servlcl? Office to M(:.- Jackson rank as the, natlo ,'a .No. "'11 Robert Howard, Carl Duncan and make known their needs for employers give orders to the
football team for the 1,958 'season I Offense Jumped ahead) pf the Bernard Hicks the hoop artists workers before the winter tourist employment service for workers
after their smashing' 25.SI I I defense during the 1958 season. or Northwestern began the current season gets In full I swing. only those possessing the qualifications
win over Florida A&M Saturday The highest scoring team was basketball campaign/ on the Local office manager Melvin U. the employers seek are
in Miami Orange Blossom Classic j I Southern with 300 points in 10 right note by downing the Jackson said that,, employers referred "And the employer is
games. Florida AUf with 257 'in Thunderbirds of North Dade to "have a much greater;! choice of under no obligation to hire the .
Playing against top competition eight games and Prairie View the tune of 5336. job seekers now than they will person referred" he added. "This
In nearly every game Prairie with 256 In eight games were have later as the tourist season operation Is a public service U
View opened the season with a tops In average points per game. The Thunderbirds led brlef.y In economy moves Into high gear." bring workers seeking jobs and
14-14 tie against the Jackson the first quarter but the Bulls "Thi re may be a labor market emp.oyers seeking workers together
Tigers. then rolled to eight The best defensive team was knotted the count at 6.6 and from pinch of qualified workers In to their mutual advantage
straight victories to end the seaS Southern, giving up only 71 that point moved steadily ahead. many categories even before without charge."
Eon with a 8.0.1 record. points in 10 games. Playing Christmas" Mr. Jackson added. Feel tree to visit the office at
mine competition 'St. Augustine The outcome was never in
363 NW 11th st. or call FR
Job of the office
placements rose
((6.2.0)) permitted 48 doubt and In the third quarterthe
The Panthers' victims ''besides only pointsin 7-1531, ext. 229 or 230.
to 850
during October, more thanIn
FAMU Include Texas Southern eight titles for the best aver Bulls threatened to make a
(22.19) Grambling: (44-6)), Ark, age among a.l schools. complete rout of the game as any previous month since '
February this Last month'sIota
AM&N I Howard 'Hicks Duncan and year. ASTHMATICSWant j
ansas (37-13), Texas College
s were slightly lower be-
Wiley scored the most pointsin company began an assault on the
((430)), Mississippi Vocational
effective relief
I simple
cause of the two holidays.The ,
basket. The Thunderbirds led by
((59.14)), Wiley ((13.0)) and 740.a game slaughtering Alcorn I Leroy Gaiter began to find the employers who hire workers from choking, rocking bran
Grambllng blasted
Paul
Southern (20.14)) Prairie View chlal asthma ? Get
through Florida State Employment upturn! gemiino
Quinn 728. Florida A&M scoredan range and cut the score down
spotted Southern 14 points, then 68-0 by a considerable margin. Service facilities: haveat llreatheaay' see what you .
came back to win. This victory dict.easy victory over Bene their command the use of have been ml""h'". There's no
earned the No. 1 spot. Morgan 600. Among the. For the Bulls, Howard Hicks! scientific personnel classification substitute for original HrenUi-
minor
teams
Mississippi Industrial Duncan, Rolle Billiard and Bowe and selection techniques easy inhalant and nebulizing net
Rated second are the Southern rocked Tougaloo 66-0 and were outsanding while for the Mr.I Jackson emphasized The Get comfort by breathing. Guar;
Jaguar Cats (8-20). Southern Rust rolled over Oklahoma 600. Thunderblrds, Sims and Valdez dictionary of Occupational Titles ,,"tN"' !. ,

started off strong until It ran As usual St. Paul's College ofLawrencevrIe. were the big guns. which names and describes the j & j imuo IKIT. 14TOIW
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into 'a
13-6
snag against Texas
Va. 'was the Northwestern also! won the i
na
Colege.: The
Jaguars reached
tion's most hapless team losing junior varsity game by a score
their peak when they walloped of 6027. The for
big guns the
eight straight to its
losing CHRISTMAS SPECIALS
Florida A&M run ) ON
35-6 then faltered
Bulls were Hunter Jackson,
streak to 23. St. Paul's lost as
in their final game of the season Phillips and Patterson.
against Prairie View. J follows: Elizabeth:\ City ((038)? I RECONDITIONED TV's
' Winston.Salem ((6-54)) Howard

Florida A&M ((7.2.0)) rates ((6-20)), Delaware State (f48)/ ) 14 in. Table Model............,.,....................... $19.95'
third. The Rattlers had a good Johnson C. Smith (0-14)I. St. YOUHELP 17 in. Table Models, from 29.95
season, but were not as strong Augustine (.4.), Lincoln (Pa.)
as last year. They had narrow' (6-16)( ) and Livingstone ((6.28)), 17 in. Consoles, from 29.95

streaks against Morris Brown I scoring onlY) 30 points to 262 for RED CROSS 20 in. Console .',. 39.95
and Texas Southern but won 1U happy, foes.Rounding .
most of their games handily, ,. TEACH 21 in. Tablet Models, from 39.95
Holding down out the Huddle's top = FIRST
fourth Lincoln
(Mo.) with an 81.0 Is record 25 teams of the nation In the AID You can save 50% on your TV repair bill by bringing

The Tigers did not lose to any Following order are: Your set in

Negro teams and won a bowl Maryland State (430)) Fort
game to achieve their record. Val ey (5-2-1)) Allen ((4-3-01,

After a slow start Texas South Alabama' State (6-2-0)), Morris SOOTIN'S TV (Since 1934)
'Brown (.-5.0)), Shaw (630)Bishop ),
ern (5-30): ) finished strong to
((8-20)), Clark (4-40)( ).
laud in fifth place. The Gramb- '
\ling Tigers ((6-3-0)) were going Miles (4-2-9), Tuskegee ((6.3.1)). 321 N.W. 3rd Ave. Ph. FR 3.1p8

great untl. they ran Into Pralrio diet St. Augustine. (550.) ((6-2-0) and Dene 24 years of reliable service in this community
View, then faded In the BY GIVING TO YOUR

stretch. They rate sixth. Other teams ranking close: In. UNITED FUND rI ,'\"

elude Texas College (45.0) .
Seventh are the Jackson Tigers
the team that tied Prairie Bluefleld ( S'2-l), Hampton : '
(7-30)), Johnson C. Smith I ; :
View. Jackson achieved 52-1
a
record Tennessee State's Tigers (62.0), Central State ((6-20)) SlJouJ& ,
and Xavier (43-1). .
with a 4-4-0 mark poor for
them/ were still good enough for A total o977 teams played football
eighth place. last season The Huddle did

The A&T Aggies ((7-20) else'ed not get complete records of several J?ruw .
ninth, and the North Carolina of the smaller schools.

College; Eagles ((7.2.0 ranked ,
10th. Rounding out the Huddle's,

Baker's Dozen ratings are South
Carolina State ((7.2.0)); Wiley Drive Carefully!
((4-50) and Morgan ((5-3-0).
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1958 Times Name Its All-
PAGE 12 THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper"

County High School


---.- Football'Team
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frw'J, 1 :-,U'fy; ,, .. This week the Miami Time,
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School Football Team for 1958!
{ ,
7, For the first time since UK
selections were started, the ana
f from which the players were I!e .
f .ll ;ected has been expanded to include -
r i M 1f> the entire Dade County.
,, / rather than only the city of11:
ami as has been the case in the
rt past. Mays High School of Gould:
I s Included this year for the fir-M
time which gives the selectionsa
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s, county-wide status. North Dad
High School of Opa Locka is also
a county school, but is not in
i' eluded in this year's selections
I because its team, due to its new'
:
status, is still in the Class D com
petition.

Included in the selctions are
Northwestern,' Booker T. Wasn
ngton, Carver and Mays.

As in the past, the selectionsthis
year are based upon the loca. '
race, in this case the Dad
/ County High School Football
,;/ Championship race.. This race
IA ended in a triple tie for the
; *, '0 hamplonshlp. Northwestern, Carver
_ and Mays each tied for the
; /. championship. Booker T. WashIngton

._ .. was second. In the allot
; : neiit of players on the teams
./ !" .;;: t .... ,!If< selected tre three teams that end
1< "'d In a tie for first place, were
; -: '" I I each allotted three players on
; the offensive and defensive teamsas
.1 well as the honorable men
4 % I tlons The second place team wa<
allotted two on each team atH 1

/ 4 a v two on the honorabe mention.

g a The selections were made on
z
the basis of individual performances .

M\ ; of the players, regardless
jf positions Actually the eleven
best effensive and defensive
l players in the opinion of tho
Times' Sports Department and
( the various coaches of the school
teams, regardless of the positionsof !
'' the schools Involved, wen>
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:-'f1 which the players played. The
next best eleven were named alonorable :
f :: : mentions. The selections -
:
are as follow: :

i. L t ', Top photo-Offensive team
>; :
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front row, bending: Harry Coop
: jr (guard, Mays), George Cox
(guard, Northwestern, )', George
.H Johnson (guard, Northwestern )
\ and (stooping) Luther Wallace
I : 4J\; (tackle, Carver).
Back row: Ernest Coney (half-

: ........,. back, Mays) Harvey Langston
i \ (fullback Mays), James Tulln!
,. ......' (
f quarterback, Northwestern )
; Ulysses Norris (halfback, Carver)
% '. James Multlmore (halfback
Booker T. Washington), G u s
I ,. .
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iI \ Marshall (halfback, Booker T
Washington) and Cyril Clan
M (halfback and fullback, Carver.
0 Middle photo: Defensive team
,, front row: Rooseve't Carson
:w: (End, Mays) Carl Woodard
(center, Mays), Joseph Rogers
(center, Booker T. Washington )
rwir and Geamus Jordan (tackle
tA Carver).
Back row (standing). Marlon
Patterson (halfback( Northwestern
1'' 7 ). Willie Perry (halfback
t Northwestern ), James McFadden
halfback, Mays), Daniel Stevns .
t (fullback, Cooker T. Wash
I! ington), Ernest Spence (line
. backer, Northwestern) and William
Boldtn (linebacker, Carver).
Bottom photo: Entire group,
9 VH Including honorable mentions:
@ front row James McFadden
lit % Mays) ; Daniel Stevens (Book
4 T T. Washington) : Harvey Lang
: s j ston (Mays) ; George Cox (North'
4T1 & .:t western) ; James Multimore
if} (Booker T:) ; E. J. Coney
: (:Mays) and Rayward Dunnell
( Booker T.),
t j S Second row:. Roosevelt Carson
'Nays) ; Carl Woodard (Mays) ;
Owen McKay (Mays) : Harvey
Cooper (:Mays) ; Jamea Tullis
(Northwestern) ; Eddie Davis
( Mays) ; John Cotson (North
a western) ; Gus Marshall (Booker
T. ) ; Willie Perry (Northwestern .
) ; and Joseph Rogers (Booker
T)
Third row: Marlon Patterson
K f Northwestern) ; Ernest Spence
Northwestern) ; George John
son (Northwestern) and James
t Howard (Booker T.).
Fourth row: Luther Wallace
' -'- I Carver) ; Archie Williams (Carver
: Y ) ; John Colbert (Carver) and
$* r 1 w"I Gleamus .
; > Jordan (Carver)
Fifth row; Ulysses Norris
4. (Carver) ; Cyril dart (carver) ;
/ William Bolden (Carver); and
"sVl' y Forrest Hope (Carver).
a< in Ra +r app e y yFs a
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THE MIAMI TIMES-_'The People NewsoaDcr" who spend millions on Christmas these workers is, more or less exactly clear to us yet, what ex'
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1958 PAGE 13 liquor. Behind these! came food the high tension and mental actly turn these workers to alcohol -
wholesalers, commercial laun strain of the job rather than Is it for relaxation. Is it', to
dries oil distributors building the physical strain. relieve tensions. Is it a custom?
maintenance companies, general Perhaps its just foolhardy; and
abashed find that
We are not to .
and building contractors and a state of the Imaglnatlon.Any.
garment manufacturers. the printing trade ranks second way the facts are there and
highest in the consumption of
4 Schenley one of the nation's
fII? We do not take offense to this liquor, yet we are not proud of largest selling whiskey, should
k .fir survey, nor do we deny it. It's a such a fact, but by heavens! Finda know! .
i true fact Probably what causes printer and you will find a
such a high rate of indulgence bottle of scotch or bourbon. Even
ip, Ihe fcirtey and torn among : so wtth laundry workers. It tsn'9 AdVertfse ft Pays
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THE 20th ORANGE BIX
>S80>1 fields Reporters' and editors from
. Cktssf Is tistory now, and only all over the nation who came to ,
memories linger. It was a night- 'I report on this cream of Negro
mare to same. It was another sporting events. Newspapers like
great classic to others; and Just the Courier Amsterdam News,
so-so to a few. We are among Afro-American, Philadelphia ,,'
Tribune ;: *
those few to whom it was just a Jet Magazine, etc., etc., were : , .
't.'.
so-so affair. represented including our local .: :1
't : ,
The band was great . butt! dally papers plus other White ;

The game was great . but! dallies throughout Florida; radio,
The. crowd was great . but! TV and even tape recorders were _
The "marching 120" did Its employed to cover this game.
stuff afield as usual but from .There was Blind Joe Walker who
our observation and the opinionof .1 did a marvelous' coverage of the _

those we interviewed, wasn'tas I game and called plays gains or ( :, --__ \
hot as previous performances. loses to within scant yards to the ------
That's natural. Most complained astonishment of those with field -
about the band's theme for this glasses' who missed many plays.
classic. Some said they were bored The Coca-Cola Dottling Company 11eiJ011l:
to tears when the band went I was represented by its public re
through formation of Jacob's lations expert, Moss Kendrlx;
Ladder, etc. "Chuck" Smith of FAMU's pub "
Some spectators are of the opinion lic relations department and
that the parade wasn't as big of course (sigh) there were Herman Teeaii11j

and exciting as previous parades. Walton, Stanley' Sweeting, __
Then some say that the Rattlers Charlie: North and Your'n Truly, ___ c.- .. _._.--.-
looked like a high school teamon all connected with Your Miami _
the field In losing to Prairie Times

View 26.8.Perhaps. We always forsake the conviviality

these criticisms are I of the grandstand for the wiI
I press box. Not only: because we a
justified but no one can deny
enjoy the luxurious ,
setting, but
this another great clas
that was
we truly enjoy the snack bar
sic, a great parade, a great Florida I
where all
you have to do is order
band and a good game. The '
.
and walk out. It's all:! on the f 1"\'V
festivities were exciting as usual house. Cokes sandwiches (nameIt _ _ _ _ _
and everybody had a swell time
) It's funny how you get hun-
and will be back for the 27th
gry at sport events. ..
of 1959 ;
biggest football game
There will be many more criticisms ar A
Keeping a weather eye peeledfor of future
Classics: but the
highlights of the game from games will always bring that '.
our vantage spot in the press box Christmas festivity along
high above the rabid crowd we with the gay crowds and a well
couldn't keep our mind on noth- played game! y .
ing other Archie Seals the .
antelope-Ilke back for the Prairie THINGS
View Panthers. When he grabs I WK MARK IT A Hobby or ; / -
the oval he takes off like a thief habit ofanalyzing people we come \ChCflkLJ/// I

with FAMU's "police" after him. in contact with to see what make Y'.) 3 .
Hardee for Famu 'em tick, have I
And there was or why some per 4
who tried to do battle single feet personalities and yet are [t"1t70D00o-3_ __ y
handed. The Rattlers had very downright ornary and then I. 0 1'r
_.001"
naaa
little If any at a'l pass protection. there are those of "stinking"
Their passers were left to nature but have a heart' of gold.: DD.DOO: >t'DO
> daJOGh.;i
the unsaught: of the Texas tack' We try to find out what makesa
lers knocking them for loses neurotic an Intravert or Intro
D q i01CD
time' and again. When a pass vert. lDpr l-' ,
was gotten off there (that man Into this category/; of human acl rr
again) was Seals to haul in the behavior comes the liquor drinker. flrOn
interception Before we condemn the soclaj y 1
Prairie View with its oversized drinker or the near alcoholic
quarterback gave Its passers or even the alcoholic we
plenty protection so much so, try to surmise the whys and .

that he could have sat in a rockIng whatfors. -DDDr : ,,,., .,,ot .
chair knit a sock and then This week came an Interesting { M
nonchalantly heave the ball to article form Scht'nl..y Distributors IdDDDD 'Jt
whomever he pleased.We which conducted a survey
and found that liquor 'to be the $$1
don't think Gaither pave
Handsomely gift-
most popular single Item dls- :
his charges much hell in the dress wrapped, with card (
trbuted by business firms as
and
coach
lie Is a fine
ing room.
attached l at no extra r rcost.
he knew what his boys were up Christmas gifts. '
.
t3 "r
nine businesses 41 Y
There were
against... the number one power
Dig listed In this survey which spend
house in the nation power
ful and abusive. Hail to the new over $300 million dollars on
Christmas liquor gifts for employ t
champs (>(>s. We weren't too surprised
i- when we found that trucking

.'''IN:OI'LE TIIK 8AXCTUAKY of tlie companies, the printing trades GIFT\ FOR I "
notables In and paper manufacturings/; were THE ;
box were many .
press
advertising :listed as the three top businesses \
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Times Names Its . e pl@8ft/ze8 \ ff

A11-Cqunty High SchoolFootball Teams Z e

Guard-George Cox, Northwestern ................ Sr. 160
Johnson Northwestern ....... Sr. 175
Guard-George ,
Guard-Harvey Cooper, Mays ........................ Sr. 190

Tackle-Luther Wallace, Carver................... Sr. 200 Chenlei \ I
Quartertjack-James Tullis, Northwestern Sr. 168 H|

Back-Ernest Coney, Mays .............................. Sr. 155 lath

Back-Harvey Langston, Mays ........................ Sr. 160 It lr fi

Back-Cyril Clark, Carver ............................ or. 190

Back-Ulysses Norris, Carver .....:...................... Jr. 160 :

Back-Barnes Multimore, BTW .................... Sop. 159 I

Back-Gus Marshall, BT\V ..........;................ Sop. 166 irl

DEFENSIVE TEAM p o0U'1N' + roo'

End-Roosevelt Carson, Mays ........................ Sr. 160 .ogzr

Tackle-Gleamuh Jordan, Carver ................ Jr. 222 ,t 84QgaE o p r

Guard-John Colbert, Carver ........................ Sr. wo i 1

............... Sr. 160
Center-William Boldin, Carver ..... This exquisite decanter combines the ,w r .

Center-Joseph Rogers, BTW ........................ gJ J J '
'
Back-Willie Perry, Northwestern ................ classic beauty of Early American design.
Northwestern ........ Sop. 150 i
Back-Marion Patterson, Sr. 150 with the Elegance of Schenley Reserve. JJ .
Northwestern ........ I'
Line Back-Ernest Spence,
Woodare, Mays .................... Sr. 190 that dec. "
Line Back-Carl holds the full fifth you're used to Thf aJ"BfllWraptSLg!
Line Back-James McFadden Mays ................ Sr 170 It same orates is also V .f';\

Back-Daniel Stevens, BTIV ............................ Jr. 150 buying in the familiar year-round bottle available for regular pinto and quarts 'w
Honorable Mentions: Northwestern: Johnny Cotson,

Freddie Jones and Johnson Robinson. Mays: Leon Con-

ley Eddie Dovis and Owen McKay. Carver: Forrest Hope, .
Willie, West and Archie Williams. BTW : Rayward Dun- Schenley Distillers Co., N.Y.C. Blended Whisky of Elegance 6 Proof/ti5* tan n"Noutrs?! Spirits

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MIAMI; TIMES-'The Peoples Newspaper" the Mercury was going down.
Oh, well, I'll Just have to get I
PAGE 14 "SATURDAY, DECEMBER :20, 1958 by ears cleaned out, soon awful as It NOW OPENED UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
,111, warms up. My ears take an
----- beating but that's Just natural FLAMINGO SNACK SHOP

WILKINS SAYS ............................................. . they're got drum Inside! : '
I didn't realize Southern Florida 421 N.W. 20th Street : ; 1

PUNPHUN had South American weather The Finest Foods at Low Prices
ALA. ,DEFIANCEOF . Chile, that Is. Didn't
By PHIL O8SOFER know when I came down to the WE DO CATERING BUSINESS .

RIGHTS GROUP ........-.......-......-................. Deep South, I'd run Into a deep. Satisfaction Guaranteed .
itteeie. I fchougkt tdl. v rt WE SPECIALIZE Itf TAKE OUT BOX SERVICE
JUSTIFIES NEW As I ,write this column, the were ice-olated to beauty shops. i Open; Mon. Thru Thur. 5:30 a.m. to 12 mhlnlteFrl.
weather is col-d. (C-+I d; that'sa (If I'm getting In :your hair this 2
to
Sat., Sun., 5:30: a.m. a.m.
cold spej.! ) Our accountant tells is a good time to head me off .
LAWS me that if it gets as bad as it did or at least, wave me down) I Arthur King, Owner
last year, we will open an ac do hope, dear friends that this
AULAVAUKEE The refusal count in the books for frozen as Icy essay doesn't leave you where I
ol Aiaoama officials to submit sets. I'll be the first entry. Guess it found me . cold I .

Vouug records: to the Civil Rights it's my low blood pressure that '.0 .__ .._ .._ a.a .. ._ ." .. ...... t. ...... ..... ........... ..... .. 7"" It'" 7,,"to"" tol\o tI\oo1\o
Jouiimssum "is sufficient testt-! makes me feel the cold so much. Q

)nOli) to the nation to Justify enactment This excuse should keep the .
of further civil rights Chamber of Commerce from giving t ,t
laws by the Congress at the session me icy stares.. e; ,

opening on Jan. 7 "Roy Low temperatures even affects \" n, ti'e
\
Wilklua, NAACP executive secretary my ears. I was listening to the
said here last week in an radio (TV without the picture) ; .
address at the annual dinner \nd thought I heard a commercial e;
meeting of tre Milwaukee branchof about the drop In the pricesof
the National Association for cars. Ti later found out, to my i
the Advancement of Colored disappointment, that it was Just 1Cr
People."In the weather report, stating that e; *

a way their actions can be e;

understood," the NAACP leader N'WESTERN e;
HIGH
said. "They have a smelly scandal e; 'S
under cover and they know MAKES FOOTBALL
e;
that its full revelation would
convince the rest of the nation AWARDSCoach {IJ ,

that the states rights doctrineIs Jake ,Gaither of Florida : Wt'S;
Insteacfr a states' wrongs pol A&M University was the main
'
icy. We of the NAACP knew it speaker last Friday night in the .
all the time. Negro citizens knowIt. Northwestern High School cafe, 'S
Students of politics know it. torium as the Athletic Association e.e
But now Alabama officials them feted the Bulls and gave out
selves have told the world." football awards.A .
rrt
Ever since the U. S, Supreme turkey dinner was served;
Court segregation ruling of to the 150- guests present. e Q'S

May 7, 1954, the segregationistshave The following awards were
'based their defiance of that e
presented
:,
.illng on the ground that "the 'Ss
tVourt Is not a lawmaking body Most Outstanding Player I In :
and that Its opinion, therefore, The Thanksgiving Game Jame e;
Is not 'law,' Mr. Wilkins pointed Tullls._. e
:st
out. i jn Best Fullback of 1958 Bobby
Felts.
"This is, of course, nonsense," Qt
Best Ail around Back Wllll
he added. /But the 1967 Civil
Rights Act, under which the Perry. :Qs
Most Outstanding Lineman of
Civil Rights Commission func
tlons, was enacted by the Con *96& .org. Ox.
gress. In defying this congress Most Outstanding End of 195
atonal act, Alabama is Saying -Ernest Spence.
that regardless of the Constitution Most Outstanding Player of
the Sunpreme Court, or the 1958 George Cox. Q

Congress, it Is going to treat Negro Receiving the coveted "N" ., . .
to Tf aWToTRl w vw. u.- x\ *<*!> .
citizens as it pleases. were: i t
Qt

. The actions of Alabama's at- Josephus Bethel, Charles Chestnut Q
torney general and Governor. Johnnie Cotson, George Cox, e; ,
elect John Patterson of Circuit James Denegall, Bobbie Felts 6? ; t
fudge George Wallace Aid of the Harvey Frazier Robert Hines, 4'" Q
registrars are "so at variance Willie Ho yard, George Johnson, e; Ufl( t Q
with United States practice that Freddie Jones, Grady Jones,
in the1 human' rights field, at John L. Jones, Roosevelt Miller,
least, Alabama has already seceded Marin Patterson Willie Perry,
Roy Person, McArthur Pratt !H'A Vii
from the Union Mr. Wilkins % $
asserted George Rhymer, John Robinson,
Alfred Smith, Ernest Spence, iJ
George Terry, James Tullls, Don.
Advertise It Pays! aid Harrison, Willie White. "
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Peoples' Newspaper" "SANTA'S FLA. TB SALES PASS -
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,,,..'" 20, 1958 PAGE 15 Beautiful Home on

I ,'i" PALACE". IS $100,000 Your Lot

The annual Tuberculosis Christmas .
,
rae: caJ Nursing atSchool HOLUSM BREAD Seal Sale went past the two- 7tftv tfne4
thirds mark of its $155,000 goal
CHRISTMASDISPLAY through this mldrw; k's countof
returns, according to Maurice

ortb western County Long, president Tuberculosis of the Association.Dade ..r.

One hundred three thousand,
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: Hated as the largest animated hundred .four
uiree fifty has been
The practical nurslqg program have additional expenses for Christmas display In South Florida contributed to date for Tuberculosis Complete, building ,.,rlMt'
Northwestern
the Senior High room and board.A Holsum's huge scene in South Christmas Seals by moM PLANNINGBUILDING
established .
(hool. was in 1953.o certificate Is 1 Issued upon Miami is now available for pub than fifty thousand Dade County : '
are admitted each
classes satisfactory completion of the lic view, Jodean Cash, bakery families and businesses, since
ar: September and February.ie course and graduates are eligible president, announced. Five the Christmas Seal letters went FINANCING \
school! uses the clinical fa- to take the licensing examination months of work was completedDec. out in mid and late November. Y.ur N.w H.m.
itte4'theDade' .Co'lnty IIos- given by the State Doard of Nurs- 12 on the gigantic display Reminders are going out dally
"Kenaattffor; .
Ital; u training Injr. which Is located in front of the to those who have not yet responded REPAIRINGRIMODILINQ
its students. The hospital is. How to apply. Call or write plant, facing U. -S. Highway 1. to their Christmas Seal .
[credited:,by ,tfa :Join Commls the Department of .Practical appeal letter. RENOVATING "
on on the 'Accreditation of Nursing, Northwestern? Senior Carrying out'the theme, ":!Iah. Services provded by the Tuberculosis ..,
ospitals. An agreement is also High School, 7007 NW 12th ave. ta's Florida Palace," the scene Christmas Seal Sale include tver Twisty V..... .f "
Maintained with the Douglas Miami, Fla, phone PL 45491. extends TB .
fifty feet in breadth and chest X ray on a year- C.nstrustl.n Exrsrlsnow'
ardens, a Jewish Home for thejged Applications: will be accepted portions are 25 feet high. Depthof round basis to all adult Dade Guarantsd .ats.s astl.n
of Greater Miami, for aIIj1d until Jan. 15. 1959. The next the three.dimensional scene is Countians; a farreaching health
of experience in ,the care class will begin Monday Feb. 9, 22 .et. education program and warm
ttfi type of patient. The I It)c 8:30: a.m. friendly services to hospitalized 1?& fL7
,ome for the Aged is approvedthe --------- In ,the center, seated uponathrone TD patients and their families.
State Doard of Health.he is a Jovial eight-foot animated Eighty-one cents of every TD aoa3E(! ((3 ffi c32.
school Is accredited by the Santa Claus. Two man.size Christmas Seal Sale dollar re-
tate Doard for Vocational Ed rep'iras of toy soldiers standing mains in Dade County, 13 cents NE B-6171
[cation. guard on both sides of Santa, add goes to the State Association and 1121 N.W. 29th Street
The length of the course is 12 the lively atmosphere of toyland. six: cents to the National Association Miami
Months including vacation. The The soldiers, made of colorful. which appropriates one cent
>re-clinlcal period is 18 weeksnd translucent plastic, are illuminated of that for research .
the clinical 32 weeks. During from within. The local and state TD Assoc-' _
he pre-clinical phase, school atlon in supporting TD researchat
ours are from 830: a.m. to 3 Over Sagfa's throne flutters a the local University of Miami
.m During the clinical phase, large gay; canopy. Flanking San. School of Medicine, through funds Drive Carefully!
(he student is on duty 8 houra+ ta and his throne are two glittering derived
day, five days a week. / turntables, revolving their
holiday: load of huge, 10.foot
Clinical experiences are offerd -
candy canes and packages.
in medical and gay
surgical nurs MIDWAY PARK
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The colorful display includes
children and of the
care elderly
indigo background drapes, studded
{person. I with stars. Extending above DRUG STORE
The cost of the course: $2.00 the background are three 8,foot
(registration fee and $30 labora.// candles which are Illuminated at
[tory fee, $10.00 of which | night Glittering trees and other 2206 N.W. 62nd Street 'IOI'I'OSITH
(able at the time of registration decorations 'make the scene one ( CONSUMERS) ..
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ance is paid. The initial $10 fee In the long history of the dis- PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY ., I
I Is not refundable. Uniforms must 1 I plays, Cash said. .
be purchased by the students. I ,
Uniforms, shoes and hose will -" '""'1.- Additional features Include a USE OUR
total approximately $40. A stiPend MKOU; 'joimi:, dtuun1c live Santa Claus who will greet Layaway For Christmas Gifts
Is paid by the Dade County )' Hospital during the clinical IIl'Wrrlrl1l1 nut Ion, faces ninny evenings and on Saturday, and on
period. The school has no lilt> French A frit an Colony to Sunday afternoons. Carrying out MONEY ORDERS PHONE NE 5-3022

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MIAMI TIMES- "The Peopi Newspaper" Lucky Rose to I
Courtesy Bus Service Miami 36, Florida
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1958Mrs. I
Open Sunday COLEMAN'SGULF

Due to circumstances beyondthe SERVICE STATIONSWASH'
2 MIAMIANS control of management, the
Lucky Rose Luncheonette, 301 POLISH WAX TIRE REPAIRINGROAD
MAKE HONOR NW 17th st., was unable to spon SERVICE GAS OIL AND LUBRICATION
sor its grand reopening on
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'I t :' SOCIETYTallahassee Thanksgiving Day as formerly EXPERT AUTO REPAIRING

scheduled. However Sunday; mot
fir. IT. D. Goode i Ing, Dec. 14, a Breakfast menu 278 N. W. Fifth Street 1628 N.W. 3rd Arena
's'a" was made honorary member of consisting of golden brown fried PHONE FR0118 PHONE FR 4ttP
:t x the Kappa Iota Chapter of the I chicken, waffles and syrup, hot FR .-...17CHARLES'
Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor
coffee or: tea, kickoff a day of
Society during the annual tap
P Lucky hose.
fine dishes served at I
ping exercises held here In Lee
Miss Loretha Bailey is managerof
Hall recently.
the diner and Mrs. Rose Lee
The prominent Pensacola den
tist and national president of the Lucky is owner.P. .

Alese Gill, Dade County Florida A&M University National POULTRY
elementary School principal, was Alumni Association was inducted
among the more than 500 lead along with seven other students Davis, also of Florida A&M. And Fish Market
The honor citation was givento
ers from 18 states who gatheredat of FAMU.
students who made an aver
historic Tuskegee Institutethis Students tapped were Edith
week to be briefed on the Bowers, Panama: City; Marvin age of 3.3 or above Lucius during Wyatt.the Quality Live & Dressed Poultry
second semester by
expanded of The Na'
Davies
program
and Alexe Freeman, Miami
tional Foundation and the needs Student Council president CUt'ford
; Theodore Hunter, Jacksonville devotions and
for a $65,000,000 March of ; Mae F. Triplett, Tallahassee Taylor led
.JMb. Cetrge W. Core, Ir. and FRESH FISH DAILY
1m 1959.
Ames
Alfred Pinkston, and
; Ocafc,
Mrs. M. Sanders sang the Alpha
The theme of the conferencewas Theodore. Rose, Orlando.Dr. . Kappa Mu hymn*. Groceries Meats Fruits Fresh Vegetables
Joseph II. Reason, directorof
"Meeting the Challenge of,
the Three Faces of Crippling libraries, Howard University, 1- BEER AND WINE TO TAKE OUT
told his audience that ::we needto
Polio, Arthritis and Birth De
HARLEM SQUARE
look more to the finer valuesof
fects." The three faces of hope Terr. Phone FR 4-1345
-patient care, scientific medical life and not devote too much SWEET SHOPA 340 N.W. 16th
attention and time to the
practical
research, and education for the
health professions which ; things of life." He was intro FULL LINE OF GROCERIES Open Sunday Til 12 Noon
duced Mrs. L. B.
by Clarke of
shaped the victory over polio,
COLD CUTS COSMETICS
the A&M mathematics
will be expanded to meet the depart. FREE DELIVERY SERVICE
new challenge. ment. The tapping ceremony and 208 N.W. 10th Street
& -..., charge were ,made by Mrs. Carrie I
The conference waft staffed by

topflight volunteers and officials.I ..-.....................................*.......................
Heading the group from: national S '

Bynum headquarters, chief of were Intergroup Charles re ( New for the holidays! ': S ' .f ",;it1

lations; Dr. J. Morrison Brady, ........ee.......................................... .
chief of medical services, and ..
A of ideas!
Mrs. Jacquelin Outwllliig, assistant gay variety fudge ..
director of women's activi
ties. Leading spokesmen for the '
volunteers were Honorable Ralph i ? "CAN'T FAIL-

Kennamer, Alabama State Marchof
Dimes Chairman, and Mrs. Iv 5 MINUTE FUDGE"
Anne Campbell Stark, director of ;;
women's activities for the Detroit
March of Dimes.

Attorney Kennamer hailed the The secret Carnation in

tional expanded Foundation program as of the The great Na p { fi t the red and white can-the :

.,
est challenge ever presented to
the American people.. double-rich milk that whips I

Mrs. Gutwlllig predicted that c

two million additional volunteerswill S "_ y;. . NO BEATING, no softball tests
be needed to help care for
these new patients and to raise A _5' or candy thermometer needed.Smoother I '
the additional funds. She appealed .
to young mothers, teens, and 4 too because of Carnation's cream-like
senior citizens to help supply
'
this additional manpower. texture.And guaranteed failure-proof

NAACP REGIONAL when you use Carnation-ordinary milk

ADVISORY BOARD won't do!For this year's holidays,

MEETS HERE make better fudge-quicker-with

.. sS 'e s double-rich Carnation. '
Continued voter registration ,
drives, implementation of Supreme SS.I

rulings Court and renewed school Integration attacks on

transportation discrimination I I.S I.

were emphasized here Saturdayat
a meeting of the southeast
regional advisory board of the
National Association for the Advancement
of Colored People. Re-
ports were submitted to the con I
ference by NAACP leaders from
the six states North and" South II

Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Ten I
nessee and Mississippi belonging ] .
to the southeast region.

Participating in the conferencewere
NAACP Director of Bran
ches "Gloster B, Current; Robert
L. Carter, general counsel; Mrs. _
Ruby Hurley, regional secretaryand 'S : iijikt; ..
Kelly M. Alexander, chair.
man of the regional board. FUDGE ROLL MINT FUDGE

Other participating state pres C Pour caramel fudge mixture on wiled paper. Shape Pour chocolate fudge into buttered 9-Inch square pan. Decorate
idents included W. W, Law, Ga. ..,; Into roll as fudge cools.Then roll in additional nuts.Slice., with colored mints.Allow to cool and slice into squares. .J
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C.the R.Rev.Darden A. L. Lowry, Fla., and ........................,.................!...............................................................................1'. 1 1

southeast conditions, Miss. Reporting were Rob.on ........................................................ :

ert Saunders, Amos 0. Holmes .

MedgarJ.. Evers, Charlesl A. : "CAN'T FAIL-5 MINUTE FUDGE1 ;. ...........................
McLean, Rev. I. D. Newman and -I ..
, w. C. Patton representing the (Makts about 2 pounds) ..

state of Florida' Georgia, Mississippi
North and South Carolina Mix%cupsmall( can)undiluted CARNATION EVAPORATED World' leading i

and Tennessee, respecitlvely. MILK, 1% cups sugar and Y.r teaspoon salt In saucepan brandq'a: O

over low heat Heat to boiling, cook 5 minutes, stirring Evaporated : a

J. B. SMITH constantly. Remove from heat Milk! :

ELECTRICSERVICE Add 1V& cups (16 medium) diced marshmallows, !'/& cups (S:::"

BAKER'S chocolate chips or caramel chips, 1 teaspoon

vanilla and / cup chopped nuts. Stir 1 to 2 minutes, or

Electrical Contractor : until marshmallows melt. Pour Into buttered 9.lnch 1

HOUSEWIRING : square pan. Decorate or make'Into roll as described above. EVAPORATED

: Or spoon into drops on waxed paper. L
"Don't cuts Call w" .
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I For Rent $200 DOWN B.T.W. HIGH SCHOOL THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"

i By JESSE BLUE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1958 PAGE 17
[5 Rooms, Kitchen & Bath Brand New'CBS2.Bedroo Approximately 194 seniors received *

Partially Furnished vaccinations to guard C ' __ '
st Carporte against smallpox and tetanus
5994 N.W. 22nd Ave. Monday. The vaccinations were
2 Blocks From also taken by members of the
(upstairs) basketball and football teamn.
Pembroke Road Christmas
Call Friday after 4 p.m. Dean. W. H. Jamison was the Merry
Carver Ranches sponsor of the vaccinations, In .
Or All Day SundayOr cooperation with the Dade County
,
Health Department.Undaunted .
[ 7 to 9 a.m. Week Days Herb MunningsOXford by the losses of II TO ALL OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS
our 'football team, an Inspired
Phone NE 5-4760 basketball team scored a physical
1-1985 and moral victory over Attacks

.. .. .... High School. The Tornado .
lfD 7gDa7 a7a7aA7 )toJa I --------- - - - - ---. IDAY
IJo2r7iv7a>g7rJ1?k7 M.MM.JllJIIJII..JIaJlJlJtJlaaa.i : : ; ; bavketeers
: won with
..., ...".. a score
: MERRY CHRISTMAS of 5331.
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: Students are working a little

( v..:::..W.:... .... ::.....:.: TO FRIENDS & PATRONS harder for an 'A' on their report I
.. : : : cards now. The reason for thisIs
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A ':: :,': \ DAVIS BEAUTY new Johnny and Mack CLEANERSw
., '. ,' "A" Cub.: The aim of the clubis
:: .t PARLOR to urge students to make
better grades. Students who -
X make an "A" will receive a shirt
6500 N.W. 15th Ave.
.11.a.,. .. 'sr from J&M for their efforts. SON CLEANERS

X':' ....,'.! Phone OX 1-7721 Principal Williams has Just S
returned from what
he feels has
-X...'......,.. .........'.. ... \.5: : li.: IMIford S. Frazier been the most profitable, Infor
'X., \: : ::' :. mative and Inspirational meet. 1047 \N.W. 3rd AvenueAND
I..:.. .:.B.. h. Simon J. Wiley Ing of the Association of Colleges
and Secondary; Schools. Tho
s hgalolua aaga]7 DoaAh ? 70? 7i?Dr9aD A?> l A>aka7afal]oA7 A lo JI 7]oyAAla7o7oIv71YialIi theme "Education in a Scientific
i Age .Problems and Opportuni
ties" was thoroughly discussed by
71f17omA JI k 7ohloYiaAlamlo7aDolvkoAAloA>rAAfi a]Ihkola lifi
outstanding educators in the
nation. POPS CLEANERS
Congratulations are extendedto
Merry I Christmas members of the faculty who r
have added future Washington- 1412 N.W. 3rd AvenueICClClllrcCIClrclrcl.CI
lane to their families: Mr a.ndMrs.
--- I Alfred Shootes, Mrs. Dessie -
r Blanche B. Forbes, Mrs." Helen CuI.n'r -
and Mr. and Mrs. Alexander KKKeC(KKKKK(K ( rcll([K[KKeK CK[K LKI '

.x ackey..

M Don't forget the Christmas
Calloway Music Festival presented Mon . . . .
{ day night' in the auditorium by
the Choral Society, guest artists .. M RI
Presents will appear. You are also Invitedto
witness the regular Christmas
1 v r Drama, Dec. 18. It will be presented I. p i
ttThe by Mrs. Albertha Caldwell
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I and the junior the. plans. Seniors (
I will enjoy their Christmas partyon
jFe4n'
Wednesday night, Dec. 17. II
Star They are also decorating the
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f" .%MIAXS ARE: fortunate to FRIENDS!

For The HolidaysJones ;::!Y'I have It Christmas you don't twice think more In December prep- GOOD I I

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I aration goes!: Into that
Robert ( Blossom Classic than any other II. FROM THE EMPLOYEES AT THE
day In the ;year you aN off I.
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ClIICKIE lIon 'E ( down ourhrlntmau
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Shows Start Christmas 'Eve (Wednesday) ( shopping and planning. So If your Nathan W IMmAn Thomas )1..ntA-loit II
And Continues Thru Sunday tint! Christmas wan not K rood James Smith I'Nlro ICodrtpMI
BREAKFAST DANCE last week, make! Merry Dec. 25. 1"lnl Landman Annie (irate Lee I
SPECIAL CHRISTMAS EVE You tan took forward to neeIng Seymour Merker I..ane StuhJMt.I .
Dec. 24 : long lost friends ihls Kiel' i1n e GflcJ..AIl
Midnight Wednesday, thOM John
Starting 12 time of the year I had the Andrew "at1ulon fHIH aiurrayIfannle I
of meeting and greeting Pelts KIoIH )luiiinsUwhcr
JIM JAM CULB':i quite pleasure a fp.W'allt weekend. TheHerman I Arthur Lau I
Mears (the conch salad ISart.ra lie U Kandra Smith
( their third KaU "
Paul
man) are expecting I I
9-8651 the early part of 159 . Myt1
PL ICh"ec'ered
1900 N.W. 75th St. Phone and Marvin Low first a boy I The Stores With The Yellow and Black
lImn Dywan . That Key
Make Your New Year' Eye Reservation Early West group that Invaded Club Front .
ATTRACTIONDon't Royal following the defeat of
VERY SPECIAL Doretha Saunders II II
Miss The Big Party at The 3 a.m. Show Jones.rAW were Lucille Andrews Lnla: 1407 .W. 3rd A. .. FJlIM21

Saturday Night in Honor of I Taylor, Arleaa Bessdltn.
1622 N.W. 8Zad 51. OX, I'II '
GALLOWAYY
CAB -- TOO DAD rcy mother (Ifcwraw I.
is InvitedWM PInder) had to take 111 on her;

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konaIMenctonAmong I I THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"SATURDAY

Broward County DECEMBER 20, 1958 PAGE 19



__ _ _u_. AnnouncementMrs.
, NewsBy
visitors arriving In Mi LOTS FOR SALE
Booker T. Washington and Ida Anna Smith of 2501 NW
ami from Nassau for the Orange Ratcliffe of Northwestern High 55th terrace, Miami, announce Easy Term
Blossom Classic were Mr. and Schools attended a meeting ot the marriage of her daughter, Build lot
on
Paul Albury, a retired TOUT
Mrs. government Secondary Principals in Louis Eloise Anna to Johnny Johnson.
official. The Alburys ar yule Ky., last week. Walter Bow. The ceremonies performed by or mine
rived last Friday morning tia --- -.. _..._.._.__. Rev. Aaron. D. Hall of We take care of financing
---------- -- --- ----- n-'-' pastor
s.s FlorHfc While 11 thf city> Mfc. Jbsift* tlayfcol, 924 Yee I Don't forget to vote "Ye! for EJ.p..eze.! ft. Ourcfl tool lace, NO MONEY DOWN
they were the houseguests of Mr. tronla St. Key West, will spend t Carver City on Saturday. Dec. 20 on Friday, Dee 12, 8 o'clock:
and Mrs. Percy A. Styles, 552 NW the Christmas and New Yew's at the Carver Ranches Park, p.m. at her home.Immediately Cash paid for your Iota or
20th st.Mrs. holidays in the Bahama Islands. precinct 92. Vote for your city following the cere home
A native of Biminl, Mrs. Clayton and county off icias.: monies, a quiet reception, attended
Wilma Thomas of 2452 will stop on the island: for two by members and a few friends Money loaned on your
NW 56th st., is leaving for Al weeks on the first leg of her You are invited to attend a of the Immediate family was Home Lot
bany, Ga. Friday' to spend the trip. A week will also be Christmas morning service 5:00: or
Christmas holidays. She will join in Nassau This will spent o'cock; at New Macedonia Baptist held.Mrs.. Johnson Is the forme
her ''brother from Cleveland, 0., Clayton's first trip home be Mrs. Church on SW 25th Bt. The Eloise Smith Cody, school teacher Baron, JE 8-1340
there for a family reunion. she left 20 since speaker will be the Rev. R. C. at Liberty City Elementary.
years ago. She ex Henry of Opa Locka. Rev. N. H.
pects to visit with relatives and Phillips, pastor; A. 0. Henderson "
Among visitors from Nassau/ renewher acquaintance with old reporter.Mrs. .
in attendance at the Orange friends.
Blossom Classic game held last Eleanor V. Bowe and COMMUNITYU
Saturday were the pert and Little Sandra Bethel celebrate niece, Mildred Jones operators i
charming Misses Juanita Rogers, ed her 10th birthday with a par of Eleanor's Salon of Beauty, U
Patricia Benjamin and Arnetta ty given for her by her mothe* wish all their customers and STORECOR.
Jones All were houseguests of Mrs. DE'rnle Bethel Jackson,I friends a very Merry Christmas.
Officer and Mrs. D. J. Guilford 16531 NW 17th Place, at their
of 3471 Florida Ave., Coconut home in Opa Locka last Sunday Clifford Dullard, manager; and N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St.
Grove. afternoon. The affair started at Wader A. Bowe, proprietor of
4 p.m. and lasted until late the Modernistic Barber Shop
Mrs. Thelma (Mae West) Gtt- evening. Several adults were in wish all their friends and customers PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLEDCut

tens, Wilfred Bowe, and Roland attendance to help Sandra and a Merry Christmas and a Rate Drugs Free DeliveryCOSMETICS
Curry were among Nassauvlans her little friends celebrate the Happy New Year.
coming to Miami for the Classic.Mr. occasion. A huge decorated -- GIFTS HOSIERY FOUNTAIN SERVICE
birthday cake with lighted Alonza: Allen left last weekendfor SEAL TEST ICE CREAM-MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT BILLS
and Mrs. Henry Urans of candles, candy, ice cream, nuts, Philadelphia, Pa., where he.
Tampa are Miami vigors as fried chicken, pota sail and will attend the College for PHONE OXford 1-753*
He
Laboratory Technicians: expects
houseguests of !Mr. and Mrs. punch comprised the tasty
Cleveland: .Sampson, 1421 NW 1st menu to be there about a year. C. M. JOLLIVETTE SR., Prop
Ct. Mrs. Evans Is the mother or"King" t:: :l --
,, ,
Moses Guy is home for the 1 " " " "
Coleman of radio station
WMBM. Civic Theatre Guild Christmas holidays, after spending .1-
three months at Tyler Barber
Adult Classes in Dance and College in Texas lie Is the sou
AWAITS YOUSEE
OPPORTUNITY
Also visiting the Sampsons is of Mr. and Mrs. Moses Gay of SW
Mrs. Annie Coleman of Port Drama 19th st. and 52nd l a\t\, Carver
Clinton, Ohio. Relatives and Ranches. THE .OUTH'S LEADING COLORED
friends are happy to have the LEARN TO DANCE
READER
PSYCHIC
Evans' and Mrs. Coleman as Miami
visitors. Incldently, Mr. (Don Strncluui'a Party Time)
Watch Elks of MiamI.
Sampson celebrated his birthday MA.MIU CALYPSO CII.A.
Monday.Mr. ('HA CIIA MODERN DANCE B. P. o. E. w. t
IV JA/35 HALMIOOM SONG

and Mrs. Fred Williams STYLING PKKPAKATION
spent the Thanksgiving holiday FOrt NITS CLUB AFRO Feb. 13, 1959

with their- daughter and son.in- CUBAN
law, Mr. and Mrs. Asham McKinney Harold Higgs N 1Y'L /
Children's Theatre
at their liberty City Exalted Ruler Atlas Lodge
home, 2450 NW 59th st.
4820 N.W. 27th Ave.
Thomas Rivera, E. R.
Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Jolllvette IXI.'OJUIAN
were guests at the new Colonial Ruler Greater Miami Lodge
Hotel: for their weekend in Nas PL 7-8766
Claude Rolle, Exalted Ruler
sau recently. DIRECTOR DON 8THACIIAN -

Principals Charles Williams of ;:;:;; ............ Liberty Lodge : :


Lit my ye wf Experience guide and protect you through Lift

tt a Lighthouse guides the ship In storm

YOUR CREDIT IS WHEN OTHERS ,FAIL YOU SEE ME

to ur Success in Business And Lore

CONSULT HER -

You can now have your home made happy
O Get am* Hold the position you to long wanted

O Dc n't Stay in the rut get out now

O By the help of God she can help you

Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in
troubleIt

North Miami
will pay you to call and see this Gifted Medium "Pint

Where thousands com yearly for help and advice, you too can

ba touched by this atranga mysterious power

WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe

NO MONEY DOWN same God who delivered Moses and the children of .Israel

of old la etlll alive today and will open a way for you throughthe
troubled .... of life. Let not him that ,la blind lead you or

you stumble with him.
'
Do you doubt the existence of thIng. became you cannot ...
them

; What do you think of the! Invisible waves and sounds that make
|fitfip Wlreleee, Telephone, Radio and Television pcealbleT

A seed before It eprouta II..'concealed, secret, silent In the dark

earth or womb of Nature. THERE IS AN "UNSEEN POWER"

Therefore, acquaint 7' 0 u !" """

shop With c6rifldefic6hs self with the one who is rtj";
authority. Whose "

ojcfcsf credit deti consultation will evolve you /

-.---...__................_..........._- I to a higher state of mind. _

All Information is l lStrictly
NAME. . . . . :
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: Office Hours: .9 e.m.-8 p.m.
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for your /mmt d/af uj Sunday: 10 ..m. to 1 pjn.Don't .
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EMPLOYER. . . IADDRESS. NO R lAPNOJiHAY
DAILY READING $1.00 UP
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MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" was wel 1 known throughout the Homestead, passed in Kendall
lower East Coast of Florida, Hospital on Dec. 9. Funeral services
PAGE 20 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1958 DEATHS having served as Bishop of the were conducted on Dec. 20
", Church of God of Prophecy fora at the St. Paul Missionary Dap.
number of years. He is survivedby tlst Church with burial in Evergreen .
,
.'. his' wife; 0 Latchie, seven sons Memorial Park.

'. ,. Range . and daughters, a brother and a'
large number of other relatives, Georgo Jackson, 705 NW 4tti
Nlh Mr Johnnie Davis of 4615 NW Funeral services are Incomplete St., Hallandahe..* tiled In Veterans
31st place died at Jackson Memorial and will be ,Announced over local Hospital on Dec. 14, Funeral
Hospital on /rtday", 'Dec. radio'' stationsRodney : . services'were held from the Richardson -
D 1 11, two hours following his 'ad- Funeral Chapel De. 17
mission. He Is survived by a Simmons, the 18 month Th body wa shipped to Bay
wife Thelma, six young children. old son of Mr. and Mrs. Simi Pines Veteran Cemetery. for bur
Chapel services will be conductedon ,mona of 1420 NW 72nd st. was ial.
Saturday, bee. 20 at 1 p.m. I pronounced dead on arrival at
Burial wl.l be held at Lincoln 'Jackson Memorial} ,Hospital; on Cynthia Yvette Brown, 'three
Manorial Cemetery. Dec 14. Besides his parents he day old daughter of Mrs. Dever-
Is survived by a sister, grandmother ene Brown, 426 SW 6th St.,
Mrs./ Mable Griffith of 2025 and other relatives. Homestead died in the Kendall
NW 9th at., Ft. Lauderdale, died Chapel' services were held 'Wed Hospital on Dec. 15. Burial was
: I at her home on Dec. 12. She Is nesday, Dec. I';. In Dade County Cemetery Dec
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: WANTEDIIELP Need Money Fast? survived by three brothers, Including 19. -
"' C let Baker of Miami;
WANTED I Mortgages loans, refinance two sisters, nieces and nephews, Richardson. Rev. Tpm, Riley, Rural Harbor
HIGHEST BEACH WAGES pal and grandchildren. Services were . died let Veterans Hospital
on
to.nurse maids, cooks, to lire In conducted on Wednesday, Dec. 17 Eva Johnson, 235 NW Dec. 154] Rev Riley's body was
or.*out. Handymen and porten Hotel, inspection fees. Mortgagesfrom with the Rev. P. W. Williams ,8th st., passed in Jackson Memorial shipped to Sanford on Dec 17where
experienced, getting $50. officiating Burial was held at I Hospital on Dec. 6. Fun funeral services will be
maids, some six-day at $35. j $100 up.Allapattah. Evergreen Memorial Cemetery. eral services were conducted on conducted
We will give $2.00 transport Dec. 15 at 7 p.m. from the

tion to any hostess place.bringing Salaries usa Mort. Co. Paul Mannings of 333 NW 17th chapel with Rev. O. E. Turner George Storey, 119 NW 18th
live-ln girl we
(Come slinky In St. died Dec. 14 at Jackson Memorial officiating. Burial was in Para St., apt 113 died in Jackson Memorial
the 136-150 morning!) weekly.with your clothes.) Phone PL 1.1'811 Hospital. He is surved bya dice Memorial Gardens. Hospital on Dec. 17.
See Mrs. Mac at daughter, Pau.lne: and other Funeral services tentatively set
RELIABLE EMPLOYMENTAND or evenings NE 5.8270 relatives. Funeral arrangementsare Rollln C.ark, 429 SW 4th St., for Dec. 21.

NURSING SERVICE *l\ D20Advertise incomplete. amm>..-...-...-...--..._--__...._......_..._.._..._..._....M..-_...... ._ anmmxmm>amxmmmmmm wmmmsaxmm
432 Espanola Way on the Beach
Bishop Theophilus Hunter of

Hotel Needed Now! It Pays! residence 1826 NW Dec.5th 18.court Bishop died Hunter at his :

Experienced porter, $50. Maids )I:1
$3(. Housemen, bellman, handy
available, j t
men, Domestic Jobs

living,$2,00 in or, out.transportation Any hostess for rece.lv9 RUPTURED ?_ :1I'

bringing us a live In girl we call
place. Bring clothes and com S You can be F1IEK from TRUSS SLAVERY New Non.Stirglcal,

early Painless Office Treatment. LOW COST. NO LOST TIMK.
Uniformed'day workers make '
7.50 for 8' hours. See Mac at Piles Keit.1; Diseases I'
DR. LONG'S
CLINIC'S
Reliable. 432 ,Espanola, Mlam
Beach;' *"" D27 A General) Health Service

,Reducing 21 S.W. 13th Ave. FIl 32748
FOR RENT I'I

2 BEDROOM APT. Stove, refrigerator -
I I
I
water free. Only $17 per i
week. 844 NW 70th St. Phone<

NA 16953. .' '.J .. DRS C. M. SMITH G

NICE FURNISHED room In. PHYSICIAN AND SU1UJKONANNOUNCKS itlmmlomAm>ppmAmrkmml f hAAx>ommA9 f IolI.lvmammolol mmA7o>MI !i
Bunche Park section; of 0 p aLocka. .;1, --.-
For single man only. Fo-
Information. call NA 16654. TII1-J ItHOrUNIJVU OF HIS VI'S GUEST HOUSE
. .
EFFICIENCY. 1887 *NW 60thSt. .}' OFFICE FOR GENERAL PIIACT1CK AT1S24 REASONABLE RATES ON ROOMS
Call PL 4-1582 or MU By Day or Week
89476. Efficiency Privileges Mrs. Elvira W. Smith Prop.
,
N.W. Uril Avenue FIl
CALL NOW 1'171.-Day or Night
Phones OX 1-5343
41 : FR 9-9359

NICE LARGE ROOM for single I D20 6393 N.W. 17th Avenue
67th St. Phone ..
1375 NW
PL person 80076. : ..........- ----..

I- :id '..
COMPLETELY FURNISHED one

2-MHSdroom house, on* 1-bedroom each ""L,''' For FREE Pick-up andy
house. For information on
apply at 1867 NW 68th St. or ; Delivery Service on DORCHAInc.Real

phone NE 5.4905.FURNISIIED Prescriptions .
I
ROOM at 1376 NW SERVICE
70th St., or call PL 8.0737.ATTRACTIVE .
I r-- DRUGSTORE Estate Rentals
BEDROOM wL htvlIeges
.- ; near blses 2% .4 and "Prescription Compounding' ,
29. Open all day Saturday and Specialists" -*-
Sunday evenings after 6, 1340

NW 65th, St. { Patent Sundries Medicines- Gifts I 1009 N.W 2nd Ave

ROOM at 141 NW 9th St. See a Greeting Cards .
I Montgomery. Apt. 1.

1240 N.W. 3rd Ave. I
APARTMENTS with one bed. SIDNEY T. COX Phone FR 4-0028-FR. 4-3853
room, living room, kitchen, bath
' room with shower and tub, un.furnished Registered Pharmacist Phone FRanklin 3.2932

524 NW 22nd st. New I MIAMI 36 FLORIDAJAMtSv
FR 93576. ,
building. $16 weekly
..WCm, lC Ml lCIK lClK lClCiCICUlCIClClCimm.......... .. .. lo"

FOR SALE ,, 5 HOP ATBarkley's .

LOT. Reasonable ,price. Nassau I! II
Village Front Wolf Road. Both
el Sundries, 6828 NW 18th ave. : Cut Rate
Phone OX 18765.
: WHERE QUALITY
2-bedroom house and efficiency, : LIES 5 & lOc STORE

on corner lot Low down pay. I 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave FR 4-237t.
ment. All furnished. By owner 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3.9481
1395 NW 58th ,Terr.

TWO.BEDROOM.HOUSE.. Part' CHRISTMAS ITEMS Waate Baskets ............ 00* I i
SAVE THAT BUS FARE!I.
tile floors.:Corner lot. Low down Dolls w,.......... 3.40 .' 4.08. lloaaters ..,..... 1.19 &' 3.08
payment, 1395 NW 68th Terr.
Horns and Tea Sets Breakfast. Sets : .

BARGAIN: 2-bedrooms, 1 bath, Christmas Light (1ft pcs.) .?......?..." 4.OO CHRISTMAS LAYAWAY $1:00:<
CBS home, nearly new, $296, or 70 to 3.10
will take lot as down ,payment FALL MEDICINES
balance like rent; 1481 NE Holster Seta.....? 08* 7.3O: Dolls-1.40, 2.08 3.75, 5.5O Cowboy Hats 1.10
152nd St. Phone HI 3-1983 Christmas Father ,John .... 75* & 1.33 Gun Holster Sets, .07 3.05 Dishes .77 2.08
Snow and
HI 3.8412.FRAME Cowboy Salts, 1.08 2.08 Drams
Icicles ...&............ 10* 234 Swamp Root .... 75* A 1.33 .88 3.08

NW 55th HOUSE.St. 1-bedroom, 2331 Plastic Juice' seta ........ 60* Camera" Sets .... 4.08 0.93 Union skates push toys, Xmas Lights, Xmas tree and decorators

wreaths, gifts, glassware, box handkerchiefs, toy kitchens .
New 57th Street Area SHOP AT BARKLEY'S EVERY WEEK blackboards Dr. and Norse kits, tops phonographs
Corner, CBS. Fenced yard. Low pianos, guns" footballs,. helmets, tracks tractor,., children's
price, and terms like rent. Where Prices Are Right
clothing, hats
gloves, dress materials, simplicity patterns,
Call E. Harry Denny now with
,
1201 N.W. 3rd Avenue
orders' sold
money every day-Mon. thru PrL 7:45 man. till 7:13
,The Keyes O. p.m.-8at. till 0 p.m.-Closed Sundays-Go to church.THE .
Realtors We Deliver Call FR 3-9459 or FR 4-2376

480 Hialeah Drive TU 7-9441 _.. ... ., .. teasrahs,.sV,>ry.ia .

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Votes Not THE MAMI
TIMES-ffThe Peoples Newspaper"STRENGTH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1958 PAGE':2:
Racis'tCongressman ...... ...... I
To Seat -- a\% %\\ ."' !tIaa %\

SERVICE SECURITY ?:

Washington j A serial: House" Central Life '
committee Wednesday recommended Insurance Co. i 1
that the House refuse tos ;

! -at Dr. Dale. Alford, segregationist Your Friendly Company & '. <<
who
defeated Rap .
Brooks Hays (D., Ark.). The i e A. 1<.
.
committee divided 32. e : i6" e
IJ . : :
T io majority: report was subS Offering: ... rw.t .
in''tied by neps.--Thomas O'Nell e i RGl 1& II
20
(tD., Mass.), Kenneth KeatingR. Year Payment Life Ie Educational Endowment t
( ., N.Y. and David Dennison Endowment at Age 65 at Age 18 ,;
(H.. Ohio.) Paid-up Life &
20 Payment Life, .. ,
&
The majority report read ton Endowment at Age 63 15 Year Endowment
wsm n stated that Alford Juvenile Estate Builder S5 >F "
Q"01'Jd be "asked to stand aside Whole Life ; ..
and be seated" pending a Mortgage Redemption 15 Payment Life .
thorough Investigation of the Health Hospitalization 20 Year Endowment & VARSITY';'
election. e
Home Office
Alford won as a write-in can fi
didate against Hays who had 1416 North Boulevard Tampa Fla. BARBER SHOP
called himself a moderate on the 6
school Integration Issue.NOTICE. Branch
Offices:
",\lit CONDITIONKI FOR YOUR co.wonT"
BRADENTON OCALA

DAYTONA BEACH ORLANDOFT. ffI
LAUDERDALE PANAMA CITY 6610 N.W. 15th Avenue. Liberty City

All members of Victoria Ward FT. PIERCE PENSACOLAJACKSONVILLE i I

chapter OES No. 86 are requested ST. PETERSBURG Harry A. Smith Sr., Prop.
LAKELAND rw,
to be at St. Matthew Zion TALLAHASSEEWEST

Church Saturday at 12:30 p.m. PALM BEACH .- Walter Cartledge David SnyderM'tvytv'lv' !
for Chapter of Sorrow. All Wor- Miami Office: 176 N.W. 14th Street .
t they Matrons and Patrvns and THE TIME TO INSURE IS NOW '

Stars members are of asked the Order to jold of Eastern In :rr I It i \\;\\; ' \\'/ \\'rtv'rlx'/iv tv'rix TK'rrv'fhtK 1 1,

t the occasion. Meet at the church.

I. G. Pratt, W. M. '

Elizabeth' Johnson, Sec'y ;
NOW RENTING


To All Patrons of

.
Porter's
The Brand New, Beautiful, Modern-(6 Buildings) .I't: .
Beauty Nook '''It.


MERRY An CHRISTMAS a. <:


HAPPY'NEW Mrs.BOTH, C.OF YEAR Porter US FROM BETTY LEE APT



Mrs. Emma L. Bloodsaw .



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Carnation Home Service Director ,,'yl dtai .
*+
and her Staff ; 'ra d,ry r


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If you're" b.' 6 9 ib0
planning a t tP

dinner New Year's party r I -rir-I?
I'd like to 4 { -
suggest
Creamy Rosalie Scott
Cranberry Molds. These Individual -
salads are extra delicious be-
cause they're made with extra-
rich Carnation Evaporated Milk
Carnation Is specially Homogenized r._
for better-blendingnWhen
your friends taste these crunchy .,,
salads they"will resolve to be r a
better cooks,the Ca atlon'Waf!


(CREAMY Makes about CRANBERRY 6 to 8 servings MOLDS. ) 680 i11 W. 15th Street (Next to Seaboard Railroad)

1 package((3 ounces)orange"flavored I
.
1 cup hot cranberry gelatin lute's". Entrances at i 'OTHER FEATURES.I r.

or water Each 2-bedroom Apt. has 2 Entrances:I .
/ cup lemon juice 7thAve. ., .
and 15th St. at ,4
14th Terr.
N.W.
% cup cranberry jelly Large off-street parking area
'/, cup(small can)

undilut.d CARNATION .. r r' , ..
Brand New Apartments '" "
92
, EVAPORATED/AIUC. ; ,,1'a.' w .: ..Self Service Laundry with AutomaticDryers ".
/, cup chopped applo \ One'and Two BedroomsTwo
Vi cup chopped celery
Vi diced Near Bus Stop and Shopping Center
cup oranges wk.
Bedroom Apt. . . . $21 per
Dissolve gelatine In hot cran- o Built-in TV Antenna in Each Apt. .,
berry Juke.Add lemon Juice and '
cranberry Jelly. Mix thoroughlyuntil One Bedroom Apt. . . . $16 Per wk. Daily Garbage Pickups
dissolved.ChUI
most of JeDy Is
until consistency of unbeaten Many Other Fine Features
egg white.Stir In remainIng Gas Stove in Each Apartment I ,4.
ingredients. Mix welL Spoon
into eightcup molds Chill In f
-- .
,
2 '';
refrigerator until firm (about 1"
hours).Unmold. Senre on salad '
greens. R ntal Agent on Premises and at T
C9i Printed lit UAA.niS*

.. --: I 1163 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR384.ltHouse

Drive Carefully


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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" IN MEMORIAMIn Nathan Bowman ,Rev. Ferguson Dies
I
sad but loving memory of I
DECEMBER 1958 Dead
PAGE 22 SATURDAY, 20, our dear sister,
I
--- "J&s"" "art ... r:+ t. ..Iii Funeral services for Nathan
Bowman 6067 SW 62nd Terr., I
South Miami, will be held Mon
day afternoon, Dec 22 at Mt.
BARDSMEMORIALS J
Olive Baptist Church, Rev E P

__'___':.PLtrJl !crown, pastor.

1 !Air Bowman, a pioneer rest
CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKSThe
dent of M'ami for 35 years died

I' The wife ad family of, oa Tuesday after a lengthy ill r 1
family of the late, 'irss.
I LAURETTA "Mlsale" ROMERO I

'. < :; wishes to thank Its many friends HP 1 I" survived by a wife Rosa

R. ., ..<...'.,.. and neighbors for cards, letters Lee three sons, Crest, James
t, telegrams, flowers and other Nathan Jr., one daughter Mrs
expressions of sympathy extended: r Annie L Hl'l':, two brothers,
during Its recent bereavement James of Jacksonville; Phillip of
Special thanks to the pastor : I Washington, D C and a sister, ,
Rev E, A Cu'mer, the officers afgu t Mrs Essie Jones of Philadelphia
and members of St. Mary's W M. s

Church, St Agnes Cornet Band !
the neighbors, Improved Pall
IN MEMORIAMIn
bearers of America, Lodge No 5
: 9 V and Range Funeral Home for Rev Alfred Huden Ferguson,
d{ sad but loving of
memory
A P services rendered. I pastor of St. Matthew Zion M.E.
our dear husband and father
The Family -- --- Church, who died on Saturday,

Crispin Romero, husband MISS CHERRY MORNINGwho -..... ... ...- Dec. 13, at 11:45: p.m., was also
died on Dec. 18, 1953. May 1 an artist lyric tenor and a great

CARD OF THANKSThe she rest In peace, and may light fraternal :leader He was Masterof
perpetua; shine upon her St. Matthew Lodge, FA and M,
Mrs. Rosalie Johnson.slster Grand President' of New Improved -
family of the late
Mrs Margaret Mobley, sister Pallbearers, an Elk, Patron of
? ... James Morning, brother Victoria Ward Chapter, OES, and
Frank Morning, brother well known in religious 'circles.

Rev. Ferguson died in Jackson
IN MEMORIAM Memorial Hospital and will ,be
MR. ALEX McCALLwho funerallzed at St. Matthew E.
departed this life NOT 26. In. sad but loving memory of M.
( Zion on Saturday afternoon at 2
take! this method of thanking all our dear father and grandfather, A
I o'clock. The body will:! be shippedto
of their' friends for cards, tele
New York City for burial by
grams, floral contributions and
the Allen Funeral Home.
other kindnesses. The Ebenezer I
Baptist Church of Hallandale a .
.
.
AMC Church of Carver Ranches, c
Rev. H. M. Walker pastor, the A tt @ Job Opportunities
True Born Church of Christ of

the Apostolic Faith of Miami,
Offered HereThe
Bishop and pastor, P T. Thomas. /My liA t tk 41r
Special thanks to Rev. E. M ; N
Thomas, Rev. T Chalk, Rev. Greater Miami Urban

D A. Bradley, Deacon Singletonof ..', """ League announces Job opportunities
Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, < for the following positions:

Sister L Moran and the Range WILLIAM WALKERwho Customers Accounting Clerk I,
this life Dec. 21
departed ,
Mortuary for sympathetic services -
Lime Plant
1954 Operator, Rodman I,
Sign Painter Cook I Motor Vehicle

God Is our refuge and strengthA
Myrtle McCall, wife I 4 Examiner Prison Guard,
And FamilyMessage very present help in trouble
HP still and know that I am God Police Woman. Life Guard I, Key
SISTER CHARLOTTE NEALY The God of Jacob Is our refuge.E Punch Operator (trainee).
of ThanksThe who died on Dec 6, and was laid
la Walker, wife Digital Computer System Oper
to rest on Dec 12, 1958, takes
Ruth Clarke, daughter ator, Communications
Operator,
family of this method of expressing thanks
Hs Walter Walker son Electrician, Book Mender, Clerk
and appreciation to the many
Stenographer I
Engineering
frlnds who were so kind duringIts
Draftsman I, Staff Writer female
hours of bereavement. Thanksfor esesae L. ,.... ( -
.
your cards, letters, telegrams, IN MEMORIAM )
WRIGHT SR.
cars and all other kind gesturesof VANDERBILT For detail! information
life Dec regard
this
: who departed on
sympathy. Again, thanks to 21. 1957. In memory of our daughterthe ing the above jobs contact H.
everyone for everything. late Allen Wheatley Jr. of the Greater
The: Ills soul has gone to God
Family The earth has claimed its own NAOMI MAY CLARK Miami Urban League, locatedat
And now he's shouting 'round who departed this life Dec 25, 395 NW First St, or call FR
MEMORIAM the throne 1957. Gone, but not forgotten 6476.,

While we are left to mourn. We loved you but God loved

In loving memory of our Some day we'll meet again you best.

darling wife, mother, sister and Our loved ones gone before John A. Clark father Drive !
Carefully
daughter, Some day we'll reach that happy And Family

land
p Where parting is no more.
The Wright Family
"A Living Service For The Living" .


1 1tr IN MEMORIAMIn Range Funeral 1 Home
sad but loving memory of
our dear one.FREDDIE.

r OSCAR AND ATHALIE RANGE, Owneit


_,.111 L' ; : PHONES: OX 1-0131 PL OX 1-4343

MR. IIARTMAN DEAN

who passed In New York City (' Oscar Rang, Licenced Embalmer Funeral Director
Nov. 26, burled Dec. 2, wishesto ,

express sincere thanks and a.l 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami, Florida
deepest appreciation to the many
friends who. sent cards, telegramsand _
flowers, especially do we
wish to thank Elliott J. Pleze and

editors of the Miami Times. .r e
Essie M Dean, wife ALONZA FRANCIS FUNERAL HOME

Josephine Walker, aunt Sympathetic' .and Economical Services
Hartman Dean of Nassau
Alonza Francis Director, and Embalmer
Alfred Dean father
Philadelphia :::wI. Dr. J. M. Smith and Mrs. Evelyn Boggs Evans

It. VIckers, mother.in.law NEVELYN BELLAMY Business AssociatesMrs.

who departed this life on Dec. 17 Elizabeth Espy Johnson, Dosinesa Manager

CARD OF THANKSThe 1956. Gone, but not forgotten. Spacious Modern Chapel and Slumber Room
There's an open gate at the end
family of the late of the road 236 N.W. 7th Street Miami, Florida
ARTIS I. PARKS SR. Through .which each must go .
who died Nov. 21, wishes to alone; FR 9.5381 Phone PL 4-2857

thank the many friends and And there in the light we cannot We Never Close
neighbors too numerous to see, J. PERCELL
mention individually for cards, Our Father claims His own who died Dec. 10, 1956.
telegrams, flowers and other evidences Ernest Bellamy Gone, but not forgotten.
of thoughtfulness and The Family

kindness, Special during appreciation their bereavement Is IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn B. Solomon Funeral Home

noted for Rev. A H. Harris pas sad but loving memory of
tor of Trinity CME Church, the our dear husband, father grand! loving memory of my beloved (Established 1928)

church organizations, and to the father and great grandfather, husband,
staff of the Francis Funeral PIIILBROOKS SMITH SR. WILLIAM E. ROBERTS Dignified, Personal, Courteous Serrice

home The Knights of Pythlaa, who departed this life on Dec.- who passed away Dec. 19, 1950.

the Dade County Non.Instructional 17, 195T. Where as. It has peased Al Funerals Within Range of Each Budget
Workers Association, Dunbar "O'er all those wide extended mighty God to take him from our

Faculty and pupils, and the plains, shines one eternal day.'here midst. May perpetual light shine
Dunbar Instructional Work. God the son forever reigns, upon him; may he rest in peace.
ers will always be 'remembered and scatters night away." Sadly missed by his wife and

with gratitude. Gone, but not forgotten. relatives. 315 N.W. 16th Street Ph. FR 3-1440
Mrs Leola B, Parks Mrs. Anna Smith Louise Roberts wife

And Family And Tamil Sisters and brothers
,

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... MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" SIGMAS TO HOLD UIlum: )E1 inm.OD.ullnmn.u.IIUIII.J.mOIJU1lOlll: 1JIfUIII["" -Jd, ..l )

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1958 PAGE 23. CONFAB IN r


M rII CHICAGOCHICAGO FThIN
(ANP) The
'1 t'nsl'on Sigma Iota Alpha and
;
C! i 4 Alpha Alpha Chapters' of the Phi flgAtC
0', tj St-mia Fraternity" will be
nnv H of the fraternity for Its an-
nlv rsarv conclave to he held
i ,. Dec 2730. NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
A Otis llatgoo! niKounrant tort
\ western! High, fins been
urn cl to present Miami's niui
RIIlia/ chapter.\ FRIDAY AND SATURDAY .
adnuarters, will be at the
Ham Hon Hotel wherf n.l 1 them
t;11' 8 nnd other business ses I VmilL MEET HER AT THE ROUGHEST PARTIES IHWm)
'noiv'l li) take
}p'ao Arourd 500 I Ito
"oo) brothers from out of the ; M-S-M
III" r expected to attend. ...+

I IHSIIOP T p theme(JO.MK/of the TO conclave KPKAK will I ROBE R TAYLOR'CTD CHAHSSE lit E H0THEHAUNTEDSM

c h 'Sfpregatlon Versus Desegre
j earl lltllrl
'-aHon" and a workshop on the
.."'"-. .. .. .. -.......----- .. ,, .. .,. ,. _-__ .... ubject will be held as a part of
hrlslmis morning services Sweeting will have a special the conclave agenda. Bishop
Joseph Gomez,
v'1'1 bo held at the Sweeting Es 'Messing and a gift for everyone. presiding bishop
nf the 4th Episcopal District of
t It. 2148 NW 4th St., Fort The public Is Invited to come the
African Methodist
Lauderdale at 6 o'c'oc'c.: Special and to make the Episcopal
help! : service a ,
Church, will be the principal , ,
ii Pugic: wt 1 bo rendered by the success Breakfast will be servedto
speaker at the public: meeting to
Dillard IItg'.i School 40 voice choir all.
be held at the
und(I' the direction of Mrs. To lowing the morning service Church. Liberty Baptist .
Rhoda:, Sneed. The Christmas will be the Annual Sweeting *- .iii..
!.
ni'''Fsase will be delivered by then Motorcade and 3,000 bags of I OW'Ilin l\\Ut PLAXXKHThe
v. H. J. Everett pastor of Mt. candy wl.l be distributed to the I Orchid Ball will be held:
Iktliel Baptist Church Dr. Children. In the
Grand Ba'lroom of the I
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAYONE
,
Sheraton Hotel, 505 N. Michigan
I A\"e., Dec. 30 and will climax I SHOWING ONLY
Arrest Minister in $250 bond. I the gigantic confab.CALLING .
I
The Negro minister Is the focal .
Shotgun Case point In the G.envlew: neighborhood :
MEMPHIS (ANP) The controvejpy. lie moved ALL
Into the all.white neighborhood ITS TIME FOR ;;
Ri'v. Charles H. Mason Jr., son _
of the founder of the Churches In 105(5( Racial disturbances DORSEY ALUMNIAttention 6}
')::1Vr> erupted In the area from '
of God In Christ movement, Mon
d.iv was arrested on a charge of : time to time all students who I
attempting to start a public aftiav. 1 The warrant for his arrest was graduated In the class of 1913.:) ; &IOnMErOR
lIe was later released on sworn out by A. J. Weathering-; and all other Horsey alumni I
Please meet at Dorsey Junior, I
High School on Sunday, Dec. 21 : "
-- at 6:00: p,in., room five, the old SIRG
_
Ibrary We would like to plan
SEE THE for a lea: class reunion. Call

and notify all classmates. ...".........._ss t'elM.
......... A1R
WORLD'SGREATEST Mrs Annette McNVal PI.
K C, Edwards, chairmanton l ANDY6RlfflIH s; : .
.
d vaS
It concerned an Incident In MYRON)tkOORMICK! M .r'+ ., s' ..s1
September when llev, Manon appeared =
COLORED I I In the door of his home MiN lE Ri[ ,
t with a shotgun The minister "
PSYCHIC I I I said he had the gun to guard his MftMAHINBBftum l E ,-. ', ,j ''I
I oroperty from Irate whites who .
milled\ around his lawn L I "J
READER I
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S\T. MIDWTK8U.V.
., MOV., TUKH.Dl CIN LOPE

HUNTER :
"HOUSE BOAT"With I Sur,uNTUetr.rox
t M
PROF, HUNTIR Oiry Orant '

If you .... slek,. worried or .la trouble this Is the "Crash Landing" i le

place to come. Don't stay in the rut, push back the Will Gary Merrill wlwkyTICHMCOlOl
veil of bad luck that seems to hold la track,
you your .
.
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.P"IE\JIIII: ...r .01 RICHARD BURTON JEAN SIMMONS
and adrance forward by the help of God wader the p50.

leadership of Prof. Hunter who ha 30 years of ex ..&01'.. 'C..7Z, :' VICTOR MATURE MICHAEL RENNIE10t30

perienco In spiritualist and occult science. Make your 4TIAtt NNNISWTTTOtOIIOIN NA

home happy. He will show you how to bypass jour RITZTHEATRE

enemies and get the things that life demands for you.

SU\, MOW. Bring ,the Kiddies Early at 6:55 And See 3 Cartoons

"HAUNTEDSTRANGER Plus Two Featurettes"SAMOA"

and
Boris KarloU

-1'Ju- "MAN IN SPACE"

"Lawless Street"

ltan.lolph. Scott
STARTS THUSDAY
t- I

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