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FerinrA2) jid"e Joseph n, Lleb, I *-5 :tj the schools. igainst: fie>> Dade County School I I County Schools will come at Or- Hoard that "the parent may ask i
in a 11 n thy opinion on Monday JC The Florida Assignment Law Hoard lu behalf of his son, chard Villa Elementary, where for review and appeal' to the ""''' ,
ref .s 'd 1,3. order the integration is adequate as the "p'an' of da- Theodore Jr., and has been drag. four Negro pupils have already courts," if it should assign any ,;
of Florid.*.?'public schools in a'' segregation" the Negroes had ing in the court for two and a made application to attend. pupil to.. school because of
suit niift by' Iv*grees: Instead h4 requested. half years. raco.

handed down the following. ruling .. The Judge is reported to have In Tallahassee, Atty. Gen.
r: 3. Flotldafyays and the state Atty. G. E. Graves Jr., who 1 told the plaintiffs: in effect that Richard Ervin said that the ruling
constitutional l provision requiring represented the children is re- they will have to undo all the means that the assignment.aw .'1
1. :The fix Negro children Involved segregated schools are no :longer ported to have, said on Monday: tangles in the Pupil AssignmentLaw Is valid "on Its face" and .
in the suit are not en valid. "I don't know yet Just what ware @ before they could claim, that that the local school boards can
titled*" .this! tLme" 'tora, court t,(,The suit In j Miami was filed going to do." Dut the "real their rights were denied. lie re handle their own race problems
order requiring the board to'lnj 1 by"the Rev 'The dore ti Gibson test" of segregation in Dade portedly warned the School "without interference" '
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35TH YEAR, NO. 18 .. MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, OF E TEN CENTS 16 PACES-"' : .


Arkansas Court : I1

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LITTLE ROCK The', Arkan toy harm,
Court ruled Monday I
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I Ga. Senators Say e"Spread Out Neofoes"I that the People the Advancement must National reveal Association of membership Colored for .!I the They ordinances o charged f their would compliance constitutional be a violation with-


lists and financial data if it is to rights
ATLANTA A plan to spread! remain. a tax'exempt organization. In its ruling on two suits filed !
'" the' Negro population equally by Mrs. Dates and Mrs. Williams
T among all the states will be the high court upheld lower
F t'\o pushed in the new Congress! by The high court upheld $25 court decisions against them.
I4 Georgia's two Democratic senators fines levied against two NAACP The two suits were combined 'In t ta
'tJ. ;' Richard Russell and Herman -* officers who had refused to divulge single' opinion as the issues "
.. A Talmadge. such data In violation of were' almost identical. ,'
Huu 'll emphasized that his 1957 ordinances enacted by the .
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I : bi.l: would provide federal money cities of Little hock and North At Pine Bluff Ark., NAACP
it : for relocation of Negroes and Little !Rock Attorney George Howard said the !
.k.A7P ; Whites on a purely voluntary date Supreme Court ruling:! ; would !
basis. The officers, Mrs. L. C. Dates be appealed to the U R, Supreme" :
'4 .a 3 + Talmadge, pledging his supportto of Little Rock and Mrs. Birdie Court. Mrs, Dates, president Of '
Williams: of North Little Hock,
Russell's proposal, said the had resisted" the ordinances on the Arkansas chapter of the
plan "will demonstrate con II grounds they would be subjectedto NAACP, had no comment.
Mini, the hypocrisy of niany I harrassment and possible bod
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members of Congress who desire A separate! court opinion affirmed
to force Integration at the pointof 1 the right of the state of I
a bayonet and are unwilling to Arkansas to collect a $50 annual I
accept the same proposals them.,
desire to relocate In Coloradoand retroactive
h 1tK selves." to 19 51.
for a White family In Colo
franchise
tax against the NAACPThe
Russell:, explaining provisions rado to relocate In Georgia. It ,
of his bill, said the program would not provide assistance toa high court paid an Alabama
would be designed primarily to Georgia White family to moveto
case, where a similar law wan
assist Negroes living in the South Coorado: or to a Colorado
who desire to move to the North Negro family to move to Georgia, overturned by the UJ3. Supreme
'y 1 Midwest and West and to assist' Court did not affect Monday's
Whites in those to Russell first Introduced the
6r areas movo ruling aa the Alabama law clearly
Amicae Maydell Draynon, 't to the. South. plan in the Senate in 1949. He
the Miami Zeta, Amfcae.( I was designed to put the
ator of the items above, by't "It would, for example," Rus said opposition was so strong at
the first prize plaque won (See story, on page 8)I sell said, "offer assistance to a that time that It never got out NAACP out. of business in that

I Georgia Negro family who might of committee. state
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ACCRA, Ghana Prime Minister vent them acting in a manner
Kwame Nkrumah left for prejudicial to the security of the /
India after Jailing two political state" I
foes on charges of plotting to
Nkrumah took off for a two-
assassinate him I
.,- week visit to India at the Invitation -
The government' said -the.' : two of Prim-r-MlnIit Nehru

opposition member of parliament .
i General Secretary' R. R.; JIMMYIBROWNWINS
Amponsah of the United Party .
and Mt< K. Apaloo, his economic
expert planned a coup timed PRO

with ,'kr.unjah's leave-taking.
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They w.r. JK6UK4. of,attempting AWARDV: ""JK1Mpf|* : :t tib- E

{to' ,bribe Ghana soldier. to:shoot C-. ''. ',
the "primr 'minister: at Accra Air NEW YORK" Jimmy Drown,
port' and then seize power. the Cleveland Drowns crashing E
Amponsah and Apaloo were I back who broke the National'

arrested and "detained to pre- Football Leagues rushing record ,...1
Tuesday was named winner "
'BANDITS ROB of the November award in the 8. : .J

POST OFFICEThree Rae Hlckok pro athlete' of the I -

bandits took more than year poll. TA1TKD during FAMU Honor |'lijtr' tapped| were Marvin Davit IrAN)'. '.! -ntUt and prewldeot of '/'

$%.000 in cash and negotiable The husky' star won by a big. Society i-Togram Kapiw loto **, Miami ((1)l | Edith Dower, the Florida rt&M CVatfrnalAlumni I y '/
money orders from the Richmond margin over Johnny Unltas the I charter of the Alpha Kappa Ala Panama City Theodore Hunter, Association: was made . I 4 .
Heights branch post office Tues- Baltimore Colts' outstanding National Honor Society InereMed Jacksonville Mae F. m1..ge tt, an honorary member Precedent I '- I
Jay night. Its fold a. eight neophytes were TalJ"hau"'fllI..e Freeman" MI'alml
quarterback, in the voting by a The -pistol-waving Negroes had Inducted: during the animal taps I Alfred Pfnluton Oeal*
tbelr fingertips taped aald nationwide panel of sports writ frfog exerdsea held at Florida and Theodore ROM, Orlando. Dr. of the organlzatknu Photot<< >y II ;J
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eager to run their own coun THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE I
try and make a contribution to
the world," said S. Randolph 2 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1958 Our Classified Columns Get Fast Results
Edmonds, Florida A&M: profes -
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tour of Africa as part of 50,000 VOTERS I
President Eisenhower's program ate
of cultural presentations, the ATLANTA -- An All Citizen 5 i
A&M professor said: Registration campaign, under J\
"The Africans are eager to run direction of Rev. John L. Tilley j Hi:I !
their own country and make a of the Southern Christian Leadership I{I CARVER CITYlt I
.egntrlbutlon.: Nationalism is defl- Conference, has launched [ =
'ittte'yin the air. There is no a citywide movement designed )1 ate
hatred for any power, nation, or to add thousands of voters in .1 j II!: .
government The people were Atlanta and Fulton County :lists. V H
very friendly and there was no 100 leaders form the executive t
Blrn of anti-Americanism and committee \! Your Whole Futureltlt :,
this is understandabe: from an The Atlanta committee, representing {gilts Can Change
American Who believes In free a cross section of thf'l'' A
dom. city's civic, political and religious \ y
"Tlfe African student is very I' leadership, formally accepted i{: From Your =
Profits
serious minded about his the offer of the Southern Christian !i Earn It
sibilities as a future respon'j Leadership Conference to '\n 0 =1t
want to learn and would like to use Rev. Mr. Tilley and its Atlanj i j;A: .
enter American and English'col- ta office in the month registration alt InvestmentsS H
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leges and universities. They feel drive. Rev. Tilley recently I{ lt5
that America is Interested in concluded a similar voter regis I\a n::1 IN THIS MM
their determination and is sym tration effort in Baltimore Mr., 'i IE
pathetic with them. upping the lists above the 100..
000 mark. ,fit=
Among the educational sites alt= Outstanding Colored Community J
visited by the croup while tour. The first full meeting of the .ltr lte
Ing were the Pyramids of Giza, registration committee saw a '
museum of Alexandria and Cairo, number of cash contributions jj
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King Tutankaman Treasury, and pledges for expenses of the gilts And Shopping Center I:Itkt
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Parthenon, Arch of Triumph, four month drive. is1F
Louve and Eiffel Tower in Jesse 11111 Jr., an Atlanta in :: =
Paris, castle of ex-King Faroukof surance company executive, U
Egypt, the mouth of the Nile, chairman of the Atlanta All.Citizens :
Providence Island, where the Committee. Miss Judith t= : u.
people settled In founding Liberia Fisher, office assistant of Rev. '::1'
Independence Arch in Mr. TlUey, was named as assistant ,,its SPECIAL OFFER uM
Ghana, and the Dionysian director of the campaign
Theater wht'reIedea" was which begins Jan. 1, closing May u
first staged."I 1, when state registration books .llt FIRST TIME OFFERED LOCALLY u"="
feel that F
our contributionswere close.
well made," concluded Ed. Although there are some 28e: t
, monds. Adding, the tour gave us 000 Negro voters in Atlanta: and Z RESIDENTIAL !::j
a great appreciation for the cul Fulton County, citizens have ,u. $10'
ture of the people of Africa; an sensed a responsibility to raise : LOTS ltlts ;
opportunity to see Africa in prospective their registration tota I to between ie' .Itfl .
; and to establish bondsof 50.000 and 75,000 which
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friendship and appreciation of would more nearly equate the F I .u.
our own country. The people in over 200.000 Negro population :'ltd
foreign service from America of the metropolitan area. The u
welcomed us and helped us tre committee plans a thorough pre = Now E1tH
mendously, he said. cinct registration. ; $995 SJO 1t
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WASHINGTON Four large Agriculture, U.S. Department of I COME IN TODAY AND SEE THE u
industrial and Agriculture: Extension Program,
corporations a
federally aided educational pro'' Wichita, Kans.; P. Lorillard Co.,I ACTUAL PLAT AND PICTURES ate:
ject are charged with unfair Greensboro, N.C. and the Rail:
employment practices in com way Express Agency, Inc., New I I o LOCATED AT THE INTERSECTION OF U.S. 27 AND STATE
plaints filed this week with the York City. ROAD SOO, OCALA, FLORIDA

President's Contracts.Committee on Government Mr.- Hill also conferred with o ONLY 5 MINUTES FROM DOWNTOWN OCALA ,u

Dr. Joseph Houchins, chief enforcement o ONLY A SHORT DISTANCE FROM HOWARD HIGH SCHOOL :
n submitting the complaints on officer of the Committee dt:
behalf of NAACP members, regarding previously filed AND THE SITE OF THE NEW JUNIOR COLLEGE ,

Herbert. Hill, the Association's.abor NAACP complaints. The Committee o NO TIME LIMIT ON BUILDING ,alto =
secretary the committee
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has not revoked a single contract COMMERCIAL lt
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those employers who are order in August 19S3. 0 10 PERCENT DISCOUNT AVAILABLE FOR CASH Elu'
"blatantly violating the anti.
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Concerns named In the complaint Everything in Gospel Music M
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""!04 \TKIJJTK: .thing thatU tha up there decides to quit Its Top drawer talent from every :
8. has shot Into space Is some- dizzy roundelay and come back to corner of the entertainmentworld i'4
tMr*. PV? Just think a. missile ,'arth I lust hope It doesn't fall will pertprm free In Dade THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper"
about thp size of a box car and anywhere Mar 7127 NW 17tl; County's first Labor Jamboreefor I
wigging over a ton skeedaddllng! VI', apt. 91! the United Fund. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1958 PAGE 3
around nut there In outer space Already signed for the gala I
--ard can talk yet. We thought It was a very nice how at the new Miami Beach
thing that Garth Reeves and Exhibition Hall on Jan. 9 at 8 3 RATTLERS back. The 174 pound senior from
Scientists and engineers are Harry Smith did recently In p.m. are Pupl Compo Gloriade Bartow amassed a season total of
havlnpa Jot of fun with this going down to Kendall hospital Haven BUy Eckstlne and Dl- MAKE COURIER 704 yards rushing in 87 cafries
"moon". They make long distance and giving the aged men there osa. Costello. for an 8.1 average. lIe scored
c"U".to.( the satellite, which in a clipping: (haircut that Is). The ALLAMERCANTallahassee eight touchdowns and ran two
tern Is r"corded on a tape re- mi'n were appreciative bf this Sports world standouts Rocky point afters to lead Florida A& f
colder and prayed back to earth. deed and thanked them no end. Marciano Willie Pep and Archie Three members In scoring with 62 points. Har
Tha"s Moore will be featured In a special of the Florida A&M grid team
snmp'n. Suppose this In case you have missed some dee snatched six passes for 99
"talklnp"" moon could answer of your olds friends go down to skit coordinated by Jack were named to the PittsburghCourier's yards to lead In the pass receiving
questions] put to It by these the home at Kendal: They may (Doc) Kcarns. American mythical department.
earthmen, like, perhaps: How's be: In addition, the Theatre Authority team for 1958.Tallahassee's. I
the., weather" up there Moonbeam? Jimmy Jones, Paul Riley Bob labor's representativefor Willie \Vych3
all the stars In and Willie Tayor: were named tp
top America
They would get" an answer like: Fisher, Daniel Allen, J. W. Stevens -
has given sanction for all enter .the first and second teams at
The wrather Is beastly." The air Tony Davis, Samuel Johnson CLEANING
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Is thin and I can hardly breathe.It James HoJloway, Leroy Me- tainers In the area to appear tackle and center respectively.
that I'm free In behalf of United Fund's :> Wyche played guard; but was so WILL1K IIAIUUS
seems gettfng
!; nowhere queen" edward (Gas) Williams,
55 health, welfare and community outstanding he was placed on the
Just.round
and
round I
go Earl Hlgglnii Al
Tatum, Perry agencies dream team as tackle. Taylor was Spt'CIAtlzlnJ( In Cleaning and
ah the spin that I'm In. Green, Willie Charlie
Louis edged" for first team honors by Vilng Floors, Jlnnuw and
Wheeler: Williams, Harvey, D. "This is the first variety showIn
Herman O'Nell of Lincoln University
Office. 21)70 X\V :aiftlh St.,
Our "scientific"" mind can't H. Reed OjwLockn
Robert Davidson, Louis the country ever to be sup of Missouri, .
('com| with., these satellites, and Jackson, Dell Mercy, Robert ported by a central labor group Leroy Hardee was named on phono NO 1 (M07.:
missile things!, but we do wonder Morris.Willie Rolle Charlie Dor- for the United Fund," said Geo." the starting backfield as a half
what's the score If Big Ber sett and Thomas Williams. Wingate,, chairman of the Com

munity Service Committee, RFL I-
CIO, sponsoring Group.. "The

Va. Theatre guarantees us Authority a huge array sanction of U.

I Pilgrimage of talent" he said. Auto Liability

Tickets for the Innovation are
available at all local labor union

Prayer Set for Jan. I Council halls, Miami, Dade County Building Federationof Trades Insurance

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.. IFand Labor and Community Ser .

James McDrlde Dabbs, outspoken State Director" of CORE the vices Committee and Mutual At the request of many of our customers, we are
Southern liberal and authorof Congress of Racial Equality, is Employes Trade Mart in Hialeah
pleased to announce the opening of our Office No. 2
"Our Southern Heritage" has presently on leave of absence
Joined thp'growing number of from the Glllfleld Baptist Church, for resident of the Opa Locka area. Office is locatedin

well: known leader" in the South Petersburg, to mobilize the Pilgrimage LOTS FOR SALE the27th . .
land endorsing the Pilgrimage of across the state. He
Prayer for Public Schools to converge states that the Pilgrimage: Com Easy Terms AVENUE FARMERS MARKETBooth
on the Capitol of the Confederacy mittee Is urging Virginians to Build .a your 11
Jan. 1. Dabbs, In a rise above racial differences" In or .!.. I No. 17. We will be open at this new office
statement" Issued! from his plan- support of free public education We take .f 7 days a week. Business as usual at our main officeat
tation in Mayesvllle, South CaroUna In Virginia. 'In a time of crisis car financing 645 N.W. 36th Street. Policies start as Iowa.
commented, "It Is the obll such as this all Virginians must NO MONEY DOWN
$39.30 cash $12.00 down.
gallon of a Ch rill tI a democracy work together In order to pre or
to educate its children. At the serve the American I Institution Cash paid for your lots or

moment that ,obligation Is being of public schools," Walker emphasized .... SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCYAuto
disregarded in several sectionsof .
Virginia. I, therefore' personally Money loaned on your
commend to Virginians!; the Discussing further develop" Home or Lot Liability Insurance For EveryonePay
support of the Pilgrimage of ments Walker said that a letter
had been sent, to Oov. Almond as You Ride
Prayer for Public Schools that is Baron JE 8-1340
being planned for New Year's requesting" that a delegation from ,
Day. May we who are eager at the Pilgrimage be given an audi
this Christmas season to give ence. The Governor was also Invited
/good gifts to all children set our to "Join In prayer with
minds and our hearts upon giving those pilgrims coming from all
that abiding girt, an education. -! corners of the state", according
." to Walker. The Pilgrimage: Is to
:Mr.
Dabbs president of
the Southern Regional Council, assemble at the Mosque In Rich YOUR CREDIT IS 0.K ATBAKER'S "
stressed' that his endorsement was mond at 2:30: pin on New Years *

an individual and not on behalf Day
of his ,organization

The Pilgrimage Is being calledby ASTHMATICS I.
some 20 religious and Uric
leaders from Virginia. They are Want simple, effective relief .. >i..te-.!;: .w-
seeking on this Emancipation from choking racking bronchial stor l lNO
Day lo focus attention on the asthma IlIatlm1 Gttt genii
!serious! Jeopardy which the entire In* Itirathmwy see what yon
Virginia public school system lime been minting." There's no
faces and to stimulate individuals substitute for original Breath / / '
( responsibility and actionin easy Inhalant and nebulizing let
this crisis. Thousands of Jet comfort by breathing Guaranteed
children' remain locked out of .
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"CIIEDO OF TIlE >TRGRO PRESS" I

TILE NEORO PRESS believes that America can best lead the,world I Atty. Jos. A, CrlRen, Dr. Sainupl .
from racial and national antagonisms when it accord to every man I). Proctor and Judge WadeMcCree continued.This .
regardless of race, color or creed, his human and legal rights. Hatingno leader In the Kappa Desecration of The
man. fearing no man-the Negro Prews striven to help every man A.11h.' IVd, fraternity will I*' on saddening, situation has
In the firm belief thrt all men ere hurt as long as an> back.' TOO Kappa delegate slated to have what is called the "Offlcla?
attend the 48th grand chapter: i Hy Rev. Ernest!' Ifutcheson Jr. Classic Dance" that Is supposedto
PnbJl8h-r 'I'tIn-
!Member of the National Newspaper As )( n r''tli>K whlth will bo held In start 11 Saturday night, and
.''* ' !Member of Associated Negro Press! I)"tmlt D-cv 2H..' O. The Sheraton The people of :Miami and last until 5:00 Sunday morning;
--.. .Cadillac hotel b l'l he eon' Florida feel a measure of -pride and to make matters worse the
elate ht'adfJutlrlt'rH.-i\XJ In F orlda A&M University not opposing teams, etc. were expected .
;'* YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKIt's only because of its great football to the last one. This is
Record Mail at team and marching band, beyond the shadow of a doubt
still Christmastide. The great, event is now 364 but also for the high scholastic desecration of the Christian
days away. However, we go on celebrating and displaying Post Office rating, that this fine Institutionof Sabbath which I feel it is my

oi r. beautiful decorations, $foij;, aYC ew days: longer, perhaps Monday Dec 22, saw the learning holds in the nation. duty as a minister of Jesus
Christ to deep regret
my
until another great Festival; the Circumcision on January greatest volume of parcel post In view of these facts It is and fervent express hope that those
that was exer received in the unfortunate that I must point
1 commonly called New Year's day. who have
of among our people
the
history Miami post office I out that the Orange Blossom
As always we have had a very Happy Christmas, we when 18 carloads came In. This, I Classic which is such an outstanding taken activities part will In not such longer unchristian encourage .
!In round is
figures, over 75,400 annual event, is being
are hoping our friends our.patrons and everyone else are pieces. Miamians also received such a thing. Let us try to
able to make such Ta boast, and that the New Year will over two and a half million I detracted. Here by Is a very what serious I mean aftermath : After submit our wills to the will of

shower upon us all, blessings, untold. 'L pieces of first class mail. the bal: game ends instead of God who Is the Supreme Rulerof
The fine, weather brought out the universe.
ill: of our people returning hometo
Even as the year:'ends, that old'' monster segregation a large crowd of patrons who get a good rest to be fresh
looms before us a national problem. There are so many malted: over two million letters I and prepared for Sunday services
and cards, plus 31,000 parcels ........... ... ....
people who speak of States Rights, and why not? We too, many of them go to dances and ---- -
believe in States Rights However, far too many people the Mall volume Is now running over I continue dancing late into Sunday
same period last and Drive
year I morning (our Lord's Day), Carefully!
believe in states rights for some people. That is whereour .f the present rate is maintained( All should
problem comes in. Many Southerners realize that fact a new record will again be set Suday dancing be dls- ..... -... ....--

and some, although in the minority, are willing at leastto
seek a compromise. Othersmre lukewarm, and so the

problem goes on with the majority unwilling to concede LATEST TEEN-AGE RAGE ... DO-IT-YOURSELF FASHIONS! I
anything. '

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We are not going .further into this problem at this by EVELYN CUNNINGHAM I their fashion interests. Sure, bought" dress is not f"""-
time. We hope that during the year 1959 our "State It is generally believed they seek. acceptance and coming.
Rijrhters" will be more considerate remembering that the that when a teenager has. approval among their own McCall's Patterns has a
State is really no greater' than the 'sum of its parts. "nothing to wear," she set and often make a fetishout shrewd eye for breaking down
/- usually jumps into her leotards of a fad. But they get a the intricacies of dressmakingto

.1' THE BILL OF. RIGHTS or blue jeans. Maybe fuller satisfaction in realizing the very simplest methods.
'. she does. There's comfort that they can belong and still Directions are easy and un
December 15 was the 167th anniversary of the Bill and security in the "uniforms"so not forego all of their indi complicated. Any teenage
of Rights 'This Bill of' Rights is the real foundation upon necessary to her and her viduality. girl can get the message.
which, this country was founded. It is remarkable docu- contemporaries. And this is So a lot of them sewtheirown. The pictured party dress
ment'guaranteed by the constitution of the United States. heir way of belonging.This The possibilities with its sleeveless bolerois
business of belonginghas making their own clothesare an ideal marriage of youth
Generally under the Constitution every American given the impressionthat seen more readily by ful styling and sophisticated
citizen has freedom of speech freedom of religion' free- teenagers are sheep in young girls than by their fabric. Designed exclusively

dom to vote and many other freedoms. ...... N_ mothers. To youth, nothing for McCall' by famed French

Strange as it may seem after 167 years we find is dress impossible.is more of an And adventure makinga designer the dress Pauline has a camisoletop Trigere,

Southern states denying colored Americans not only the when money for a new 'storeTEENACE and fitted bodice and is

right to vote, but many other freedoms. Freedoms too, [L made here in two tones of
that Negroes fought and died to preserve for their coun- green. It could be, dramaticin

try. 9Sc red and pink peau,de ,sole,

Because of these acts of l lawlessness, practiced under summery in print po'' "sed
the camouflage of "state rights" the Federal government cotton, or daring in bhu and

must pass special laws to protect a portion of its citizens.: r,1 violet twelve linen. There in this are only

The government must appoint commissions, to investigatethe and McCall's pieces new E sy-Rule pattern

inequalities of all kinds perpetrated against minority Sc Sj feature makes frr .{-'Tr"iof
groups, especially' against Negroes. planning.

Even the laws passed are often ignored. I j : The pert little c :
jumper and blouse is a happy
These are thoughts passing through the minds of dress. Just brushing 'the
Negroes as we enter upon the 168th year of the "Bill of ; hipline'I the jumper flows
Rights." i' easily to a narrowed hem.
Tom without the blouse, it.
However, there is a silver lining to every dark c'oud ik becomes a party dress. This

and in the distance one can see a ray of light. I 4 one is made in mauve hounds-
tooth check wool accented
As 1958 draws to a close let us hope that Americans ,
bya self-bow the low back
eveyrwhere will take a new look at the Bi'l of,-Rights and j I I neckline. It on is ready for
that they may endeavor not only to recite the Pledge of stf school a 'sessionwith the

Allegiance to the Flag of the United States but that they I coke 'and hi-fi set." And it is

will read it again, mark it, and inwardly digest it, remembering I absolutely ,ready for, a bit of
I; :what it rea'ly means.: I braggadocio the part of the

,- _, ._ girl who makes.it herself.
....
.. ___:........ _>. """' 4 ..\M\t tion to b* considered ; early In.t leotard There's nothing:wrong with
7U aDd blue Jeanstbatacrack
JUST BROWSIN' January. We'will' be.watching. at a pattern and needle
I the 15 new Democratic senators
.
,
'. ? 1'a won't And sudden interest
""rv checking on how they speak' and cure. a
By PAUL R. HENRYLast vote. in a neighborhood boy

.. '-A..... .., ........ .... .., """ .. will definitely keep the project

Sunday the United States The Sunday closing campaign rolling. Sewing one's
Tennis Association named has gained!: supporters' officially own clothes is wonderful fun
Lawn >a ,
A'thea Gibson again No. one and' otherwise,' but there will ba '---- Ot.iJ: : ( I for teenagers and offers an

among American women players no ordlnnnce to force closing DOUBLE-DUI'Y, DAY OR DATE DRAMA., esdgMa easy channel for that much
Those business who want to ...1"'. yon for be P..II.. by discussed
for the yeafil958V/V '! Trfcere ucla"-I ,u energy.FashioaSewing .
close wilt do so. Those wanting you .ew yer ow. .'aklMWIIe. McCallX Pattern
GlfiSonS worfttn Wimble sad the
Miss' ; yvn* weekly Tip:
to, keep open will do 110.L' ad I J__. Remove how.Mirer.Deet
of
don and United ,BUtes women's a ad the J J.*|>er I. a perfect" date a variety of fabric. that all world tMre'j be Be sore to choose your pattern
championships for the'cond area for the coke or kl-fl for tkla ..... IfeCalPs by lyour bust measurement.
Size. Kfect
Mme In 1958. Ib CsII'. Fatten iS99. '
14731. &_ 1016. k'a plainly marked on your
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R Ycent ,Wrong Club I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1958 PAGE 5

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In : , ,' announce on Jan 1 t.e11I.nl < :
Apartments Atlanta, Friday v.
Panthers*' Champs;}: ,:,1:' ov('ning, January 30 ', of other sports figures to

All SIAC Thant, '\ The All-SIAC team Is comprised be honored at the time' of its _
of Herb Pratt, e, Benedict Jan 30 All sports Jamboree. In
Named ,. :: College; Dave Jones, t, South tho past, to:: club has honored U1a
'" Carolina State Cole: ATLANTA. fca. -- The 100;rJr Knight, &t Allen University; Pee Woe lloese baseball k : Ii Iia
cent Wrong Club, ,nationally ,, wmifr. Peters, c, Fort Valley Paul Brown, Jim Brown and
k :own sports group) oLthl v&l J. State,\College}. Willie Wyche, g Milt Plum! footbal'', Floyd Pat
hate named the "r nt't taVal. rfbrfda.. A&M University;; Bill t.'rson and Ray Robinaou, boxIng "
Prairie VlW{ A&J" Collet.**- Montgomery, t. Morris )Brown a.id. a boat of other athletes
tlonal Intercollegiate"' football College: G.over: Jones, e. Ala- and sports potbonalitles in alnrca '

champions. Tor IBS'! ..- 1't),', ,bama ..State, College, Ed White, ) of sports \ tj
Wr Institute, Alec In iddltlcn; a Mr Robinson
conference. ::JTuakftgee
. In < L.Thomp.so11
s .
a press Atlantaflcla t Gardner; bb, South Carolina TO, nvbeifi of tho c.u'>'a selection* [ ; : j[ ,

and??cub .president houslrLRaolo,'."mAde; StAte:,Coljege} LeRoy Hardee, rnmmltt: "(.' ro D,*. L. T Walker. \ U7t _
hob, Florida A&M University and North Carolina State College, I.a..,
public a: report Issued bY" theclub's !
two fullbacks-Cecil Peoples, Claude r>.nsb>., statistician
selections committee
see
Morris Drown and Al Ohavls Morehouse College, Atlanta, C. D. I S
era 1 days ago In which the i _
'Florida A and M. j Icnr)', Grumbling. La. and JB _
board named the Texas team tops
'nmong Negro football' outTits.Ralph A special awards committee! of I McLendon, Tennessee A and I _
the Atlanta State University Nas'ivllle.'
sports, organization
A. Robinson, local scout
executive and former Clark I _- -
College Atlanta, football' coach
and athletic director, is chairman
of this commute Named
Prairie View finished its 1958 (Adger Agentto SMOKE IN YOUR EYES: Eartha Kitt defies her boyfriend

tour. of pray; with a near'perfect Sammy Davis, Jr. with smog of cigarette smoke in a dramatic
8 0-1 record In the first game moment from "Anna Lucasta," United Artists' screen version
of the season, the Panthers tied
Clark's AlumniEllis of Yordan's classic. The broke and
Jackson College 14.14 and wenton Philip stage pair are arguing
to defeat Texas Southern 26 in a waterfront bar after four days on the town.

19; Orarabllng College 446; .. .. .... .. ,
.
been closes 25. -
has February
Adger \ appointedto on Nearly -- ---- -- - - ----
Texas College 43.0 and Mississippi I.
Vocational College 59-19. Clark serve College as an area Alumni agent Association's for the one.third of this year's goal has I Our Classified Columns Get Fast Results

.
.. :
The Texans also licked Wiley annual Founder's Day Fund already been reported ,. .,..f..
College 13-0, Southern University campaign in Richmond Heights.As -- ,
20-14 and outplayed Florida .
,
for the Fund Mr. >.
an agent 1
&M \
A University to the tune of
26.8 before Adger, who resides at 14015 I nAT '
39,426 paid fans at
last week's Orange Blossom Clas Monroe Street will contact t alum nl and former students of Clark A SHOCKER !
Fie played in Miami's famous .
College to promote giving to th?
Orange Bowl, to become the tin 1I
disputed national champions. College in this area. Nearly 200 .

Prairie View has been named other Clark College graduatesand 1.t ,
former students
servingas
are a
champions by the Associated Negro '
agents for the Fund in 45 \
Press and The Pittsburgh
,
cities ,
throughout the nation.
Courier while the Orange. ,Blossom
Classic was billed as a ,j Last year the campaign ,produced -
championship game The 100 Per $9,569.5 in gifts ,for the Th

Cent Wrong Club's selections colege: which were designated as I ,J
/
committee took note of the fact contributions toward student il''. I'T
that the Orange Blossom game scholarships: endowment and un 4',
was a regular season came for restricted gifts In the three '..1 'J
A&M University while Prairie years the Fund ,has existed, Clark '
View had already completed 1U :graduates and former students
season This year the Atlanta have given more than $20,000 to 11.I .
the institution. .I ,'!I
sports body awarded its nation ?
a. championship on the basis of I; While a campaign goal for , : I '.
regular play. this been 'If"
season year has set at $9,000 u4 1 I
I gifts this year are expected to
The W. A. Scot Memorial Tro reach $10.500 when the drive
phy is donated to The 100 PerCent 1 11i1
Wrong Club by The Coca. 4
1'C1C1C1C1C1C'CtC1(1( lC1ClCftlCtC1llC.. 1 Ir, lip
Cola Co and memorializes the + i 1 1io
late W. A Scott IT, founder of '
the Atlanta Daily World, who w /
was an All-Amerlcan football
star at Morehouse College. Put
into competition in 1963 the.>
trophy was first won by Prairie

View, which got a seoond leg on ,
1, L 1 I I
it in a four way national champ 1 11W'1
lonship-lie In 1954 .7.7A

Other sohoo.a; getting legs on
'
the trophy In 1954 were Florida
A&M University, Southern and
Tennessee A&I State University
Grambllng College was the 1955
trophy winner with Tennessee
'"
and Florida winning In 1956 and .' '
1956 ,making each of hem a ;\" I -I.
two-time winner of the coveted
\' ''I: t
'
W. A. Scott trophy the symbol : 11,,'""
.of ,football supremacy in ; \ r.
-
Negro colleges. J
i r
The 100 Per Cent Wrong Club '
: (
which is a project ,of the Sports T ;
Department of the Atlanta Daily I

World,j 'announced through its -y. LOOK THEIwl
coordinator, Marion E. Jackson a. A blaok man and a white
World sports editor, that an
AHSouthern team from the Tracy's Grocery man, clawing' at each other's flash..smashing steel In each other's food

Southern Interco.legiate: Athletic 5010 N.W. 32nd Ave. And always' behind .h.m-tho sheriff and the killer dogs to.finish the .Jobl .
Conference will also be honoredat

the time of its All.Sports Jam Tracy Farrington, Prop. t
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"CREDO OP TIm nOM PRESS" I I JUDGE \''.\lm McCRKE: DR. SAMUEL D. PROCTOR I ATTY. JOSEPH A CRIGKN

THE NEdRO PRESS believes that America can bent' lead the.world I Atty. Jos. A. ("risen I>r. .Samnel '
from I'ftdal'Rnd national antagonisms when it'furonln", to every man D. Proctor, and Judge Wade
regardless of race, color or, creed, his human and legal rights. Hating McCree. lenders In the KnpMiA'jiha | Desecration of The continued.
no man fearing; no m.an-the Negro Press striven to help every man Psi fraternity will !be on This saddening situation hap
In the firm belief that all men are hurt as long as anyonein held hind to Wt'c'nllletht'! more than Christian Sabbath reached to such an extent that we
'
back.' 700 Kappa delegate slated to have what is called the "Official!
-' attend the 4Nth grand chapter: Uy Rev. Ernest Ifutcheson Jr. Classic Dance" that Is supposedto
Member. of the National Newspaper,,, Publishers Association n,e tang uhldi will l btu held In start 11 Saturday night, and
T, :Member of Associated Negro Press TV-tmit( D'*ct L8:14'lie Sheraton The people of Miami and last until 5:00: Sunday morning;
_-riJ' -.-- .Cadillac hotel \\i'l In ion Florida feel a measure of 'pride and to make matters worse the
n,'' ." dan hendquiirHTH.P.. In P orida A&M University not opposing teams etc. were ex.
*,."* YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKIt's only because of its great foot- pected to the last one. This la
Record Mail at ball team and marching band beyond the shadow of a doubt
still Christmastide. The great event is now 364 but also' for the high scholastic desecration of the Christian
days 'away However, we go on celebrating and displaying Post Office rating that this fine institutionof Sabbath which I feel it is my
holds in tbe nation.
our,beautiful decorations\ oiti;, avfew days Conger, perhaps Monday Dec. 22, saw the learning duty as a minister of Jesus
until another great Festival; the Circumcision on January greatest volume of parcel post In view of these facts it is and Christ fervent to express hope my that deep regret those
that was exer received in the unfortunate that I must point
1 commonly called New Year's
day. history of the Miami post office out that the Orange Blossom among our people who have

As always we have had a very Happy Christmas, we when 18 carloads came in. This Classic which is such an out taken activities part will in not such:onger unchristian encourage ,
In round figures is 76,400
over standing annual event, Is being
are hoping our friends our...patrons? and everyone else are pieces Miamians also received such a thing. Let us try to
detracted serious
after
,able to make such "a boast, :'rind that the New Year will over two and a half million math. Here by Is a very what I mean: After submit our wills to the will of

shower upon us ,all,.blessings, untold. pieces of first class mall. the bal: game ends instead of God who is the Supreme- Rulerof
The fine weather brought outa the universe.
ill of our people returning hometo
Even as the yearrends'thai old' monster segregation large crowd of patrons who get a good rest to be fresh
looms before us a national problem. There are so many mated: over two million letters and prepared for Sunday services

people who speak of States Rights, and why not? We too and cards, plus 31,000 parcels. many of them go to dances and ----------.eo .....--._
Mall volume
Is
believe in States Rights. However, far too many people the now running over continue dancing late into Sun-
same period last year and day morning (our Lord's Day). Drive Carefully!
believe in states rights for some people. That is whereour tt the present rate is maintained, All
problem comes in. Many Southerners realize that fact a new record will again be set Suday dancing should be dis- .... ........--

and some, although in the minority, are willing at leastto
seek a compromise. OthersAare lukewarm, and so the

anything.problem goes on with the majority unwilling to concede LATEST TEEN-AGE RAGE ... DO-IT-YOURSELF FASHIONS! I Iby


We are not going .further into this problem at this EVELYN CUNNINGHAMIt their fashion interests. Sure, bought" dress is not f"'.""-
time. We hope that- during 'the year 1959 our "State Is generally believed they seek- acceptance and I coming.

Ri hters" will be more considerate remembering that the that when a teenager has approval among their own I McCall's Patterns has a
State is really no .greater'than the 'sum of its parts. "nothing to 'wear," she set and often make a fetishout I shrewd eye for breaking down
/.." usually jumps into her leo- of a fad. But they get a I the intricacies of dressmakingto

jf: THE BILL OF RIGHTS tards or blue jeans. Maybe fuller satisfaction in realizingthat the very simplest methods.
.
she does. There's comfort they can belong and still ,Directions are easy and un
December 15 'was the 167th anniversary of the Bill and security in the "uniforms"so not forego all of their individuality complicated. Any teenage

of Rights 'This Bill of Rights'' is the real foundation upon necessary to her and her girl can get the message.
which, this country was founded. It is a'remarkable docu contemporaries. And this istheir So a lot of them sewtheirown. The pictured party dress
'
ment guaranteed by the constitution of the United States. way of belonging.This The possibilities with its sleeveless bolerois
business of belonging making their own clothesare an ideal marriage of youth
Generally under the Constitution every American has given the impressionthat seen more readily by ful styling and sophisticatedfabric.
citizen has freedom of speech, freedom of religion] free- teenagers are sheep in young girls than by their Designed exclusively
dom to vote and many other freedoms. I mothers. To youth, nothing for McCall's by famed French
is impossible. And makinga
Strange as it may seem, after 167 years we find dress is more of an adventure designer the dress Pauline has camisoletop Trigere,
Southern states denying colored Americans not only the a
when money for a new"store. and fitted bodice and is
right to vote, but many other freedoms. Freedoms too, 1\j ., made here in two tones of
that Negroes fought and died to preserve for their coun- green. It could be, dramaticin

try. red and pink peau,de soie,

Because of these acts of lawlessness, practiced under summery in print po' %ed
the camouflage of "state rights" the Federal governmentmust cotton, or daring in blu. and

pass special laws to protect a portion of its citizens.: violet linen. There are only
twelve in this
The government must appoint commissions to investigatethe pieces pattern
and McCall's
inequalities of ] kinds minority i new Easy-Rule
aH perpetrated against feature makes frr .{- "-Triof
groups, especially' against Negroes. planning.

Even the laws passed are often ignored. I The pert little' c :
jumper and blouse is a happy
These are thoughts passing through the minds of dress. Just brushing 'the

Negroes as we enter upon the 168th, year of the "Bill of 'S' hipline, I the j jumper flows
Rights." i' easily to a narrowed hem.
R Tom without the blouse, it.
However, there is a silver lining to every dark c'oud r becomes a party dress. This

and ,in the distance one can see a ray of light. I one.it made io mauve hounds-

As 1958 draws to a close let us hope that Americans iiC tooth ,check wool, accented

eveyrwhere will take a new look at the Bi'l of Rights and *I bra neckline.self-bow on the low back
It is for
that they may endeavor not only to recite the Pledge of j school or a session ready with the

Allegiance to the Flag of the United States but that they | coke and hi-fi set. And it is

will read it again, mark it, and inwardly digest it, remem-1 i absolutely ready for a bit of

bering what it rea'ly means.: I braggadocio oa the part of the

. I IAI girl who oakes,it herself.

.. """'.". _. _:' ...........-"'-. _-,.." tion to be considered* early lid leotards There.sad nothing blue jeans:wrong.that with a
January.. We will be watching
JU BROWSIN' crack at a and needle
. the. 15 new Democratic senators pattern
I"- checking: on how they speak and won't cure. And a sudden interest *
By PAUL R. HENRY in
vote. a neighborhood boy
.. ....... ..... wiU-def"anirely keel the project
Last Sunday the United S tat The Sundry: closing campaign raTEEN i rolling. Sewing one's
has gained .a aakna, clothes Is wonderful fun
officiallynnd own
Lawn Tennis Association named supporters' ____ __._ ...__ ___ ...... ..____
A'thea Gibson again No. one o'hrrwlso. but there will bono for teenagers and offers an
among: American "women playen'for ordinance to force closing DOUBLE-DOTY, DAY OR DATE -ACE DRAMA..deslated easy channel for that much-
Those business who want to ...1&'. vows for the taklag "' .. .
the yeav4'195a" 'f' tel_ ir5 discussed .
. .J SJr1 W*** lv energy.FashionSewing
close wilt do. so. Those wanting yt>! sewyowowa eased Imnper '
Miss GiSsofiftwoiiithe: Wimble .' awl .1__. Reno bit Patterns sad UM .row Weekly Tip:
** blown .
states women'schampionships to,keep open will do BO. ... ..... Beet of all Uere'i
don and United and use Is date Be sore to choose
I ]I.apet a perfect a of fabrics your pattern
variety: tbat wol.
bo
for *the' second ease for the coke 14399.5aea Perfect for ibis ....... MeCall's by lyour bast measurement.
time in 1958.. MoCaU'a Fatten Patters 14731.51.. It" marked
__ Congr'.mea:are?,talking quitea .10.18. 6Sf 1016. 733 pJahaJ on your
Drive patten .envelope.PAGE' .
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THE MIAMI TIMES--";rh;.Peoples' Newspaper!,. .,


1ApPe rcenfWrong, Club; SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1958 "-PAGE-5



Sports Jamboree Set !

: : : ...

Apartments In Atlanta, Friday o._' announce on Jan. 1 t!..- ia
!
Panthers Champs: ,}: : ;4 ovonlng, January 30. hum .' of other sports figures to
All SIAC leant \L The All SIAC team is comprised be honored at the time of Its
,
of Herb Pratt e, Benedict Jan SO() All sports Jamboree In
Named. .u* t .*| College; Dave Jones, t, South I the past, t'e': club has honored
Carolina Slat Col.ejre: : Roy Branch Rickey Jackie' Robin on
ATLANTA. fca. Tb 100 pejrcont Knight, gk Allen University; nd Peg Woo R'eso, baseball
Wrong Club hatlofttlfy Willie Peters, c, Fort" ValleyStateollegel Paul Brown, Jim Brown and l Ra
known sports group of.thUHlhuhas : :; Willie Wyche, g, Milt Plum, Toolbar, Floyd Pat
'' named the **motj'rairle Pfbrld*.. A&M University;. Bill Uvrsoa and Ray Robinson, boxing I ; .$1r .
VieW A&W CollegV! ,* Montgomery. tt Morris Brown aid a boat of other athletes \
_
tJonal' ,'Intercollegiate :: football and iwrsonalltles In al m ____
Alabama
College' Glover: Jones, e, sports }
champions for 1568.- ;-' '"**,*" ,.State. College,'' Ed White, areas of sports.In j illy' I 1Xi, l j
eontererticbazt. qb .iTuskegee Institute, Aloe ..\hUtl n .0 Mr. Robinson. \\;
_ In ,,
a press Gard ebb.. South Carolina W, mbeia. of the c.u )'a selection( \ ,
Thompson ,Atlanta Iroustn4 StateeozJ gfl, LeRoy Hardee, I roinmltt .- ro D.*. L. T. Walker
flclal and cub pFeetdentr''mr.4e
hb, Florida A&M University and North Cruollna! State College.
public! a report issued Jy thclub's >
two fullbacks- ecil Peoples, Claudo r>.asbstatistician; I
selections committee
see Morris Brown and Al Ohavls, Morehouse College, Atlanta, C. D I
era 1 days in which the
ago Florida A and M. henry Ui ambling: 14nlHI J n.1 j
board named the Texas team
tops
A special awards committee of I McLeAdon, Tennessee A and I
Negro football outtlts.nalp.h .
among the Atlanta sports. organization State University, Nas'ivllle:
A. Robinson local icout i
executive and former Clark I .._ iI

College Atlanta, football coach I (
and athletic director, is chair -
man of this committa Named ''' :. _:.*'...::.. "" ,
Prairie View finished its 1953 Adger Agent. SMOKE IN YOUR EYES: Eartha Kitt defies her boyfriend

tour of pray with a near.perfect Sammy Davis, Jr. with A smog of cigarette smoke in a dramatic

80.1 record. In the first gameof 'i moment from "Anna Lucasta," United Artists' screen versionof

Jackson the season College, the 14.14 Panthers and wenton tied to Clark's Alumni Philip Yordan's stage classic. c pair are broke and arguingIn

a waterfront bar after four days on the town.
to defeat Texas Southern 26- _ I
'
19; Orambling College 446; Ellis Adger has been appointedto closes on February 25. Nearly .- ------- --- ..- -- - - -..---_-. ..,.:,,..
Texas College 430 and Mississippi
Vocational College 5919. Clark.serve College as an area Alumni agent Associa for the one.third of this year's goal has] Our Clarified Columns Get Fast Results

The Texans also licked Wiley tion's annual Founder's Day Fund I already been reported.. .

College 130, Southern University campaign in Richmond Heights. ____ __ era.
20.14 and outplayed Florida I .
As an agent for the Fund Mr. .
A&M University to the tune of
Adger, who resides at 14015
26.8 before 39,426 paid fans at "
Monroe Street will contact alum ;;
,,
last week's Orange Blossom ClasSic -
nl and former students of Clark A SHOCKER .
played in Miami's famous .
College to promote giving to tluj
Orange Dowl, to become the Undisputed
College in this area. Nearly 200 -
nattonal champions. :
other Clark College graduatesand
Prairie View has been named
champions by the Associated Ne- former students are servingas .
agents for the Fund In 45' \
gro Press and The Pittsburgh
cities throughout the nation. !
Courier while the Orange Blossom -
Classic was billed as a, J J Last year the campaign ,pro
championship game. The 100 Per duced 19,569.53 In gifts ,for the
Cent Wrong Club's selections college: which were designated aa a J I. LI LIM

committee took note of the fact contributions toward student .
'
that the Orange Blossom game scholarships endowment and unrestricted
was a regular season game for gifts. In the three '.
A&M University, while Prairie years the Fund ,has existed, Clark j 1'1 ,
View had already completed Its :graduates and former students : ;

season. This. year the Atlanta have given more than $20,000 to I
the institution.
sports body awarded its nation
a. championship on the basis of While a campaign goal for ,
regular season play. this year has been set at $9,000
gifts this year are expected: to J\
The W. A. Scot Memorial Tro- reach $10.500 when the drive1'C'C'C1IIC1(1(1(1'C1(1(1iI1C'N1CIC'CIC.
phy is donated to The 100 Per %
Cent Wrong Club by The Coca-
; : .
Cola Co. and memorializes the
late W. A. Scott II, founder of
the Atlanta Dally World who
was an All-American football
star at Morehouse College. Put
into competition In 1963, thf
trophy was first won by Prairie
View, which got a second leg on
It in a four.way national champ
ionehip'tie In 1954.
Other schoo.s getting legs on
the trophy In 1954 were Florida 1

A&M University, Southern and aw-
Tennessee A&I State University

0rambling College was the 1955 H !111 1 N
trophy,'winner with Tennesseeand r
Florida winning In 1956 and e

1956 ,making each of them a I I
two-time winner of the coveted
W. A. Scott trophy the srm A : '
bol .ot football supremacy In A r'
1'1'r
Negro colleges. f

The 100 Per Cent Wrong Club r
'I "
which Is a project of the Sports ,I,
'
Department of the Atlanta Dally \;,,: '

World,, ''announced through Its _'t.. LOOK AT THEM '
coordinator Marion E. Jackson, A blaok man and a whit

AllSouthern World' sports team editor from that the an Tracy's Grocery man, clawing. eaoh other's (loth....mashing steel, In eaoh other's face I

Southern Intercolegiate: 'Athletic 5010 N.W. 32nd Are. And always behind them-the sheriff and the killer dogs to.finish the Jobl
Conference will also be honored

at the time of its All-Sports Jam- Tracy Farrington, Prop. ,
boree to be held in the Waits STANLEY KRAMER
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Negro History Week Planned

PAGE 6 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1958

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The Residence I NEW BOOK Washington* everywhere, DC will .Join- American In the- MOTHER OF FOUR KILLED IN

Want ABOUT MARTIN 34th annual celebration of Ne
I gro History Week, Feb. 8-15, DOUBLES SCORE JAPANESEINCIDENT

IJy William Henry Huff for ANPMy LUTHER KING, 195-9. The theme of the observance ,WITH QUADS ,
-
will be "Negro History

K<>nl Is Mill A house In which I I "Crusader Without Violence: A Foundation For a Proud San Francisco (ANP) TOYKO (ANP) Japanesa
to live, Martin Luther King Jr." is the America." rhe moher of four children became police reported that Airman 2nd
With: 'private den In which to title of the forthcoming biography to eight children
I mania Class Robert Griffin of St.
1959 LOlJi .
write, I I by Lawrence Reddick to be A special feature of the the with an eight hour period last was dead on arrival at Tarhi
That 1 my inner bosom thoughts published in the spring by Harp Negro History Week will be week Kawa Alrbase hospital. Acco
Proud d.
might give I er and Brothers. second celebration! of Mrs. Mae Currington, 22, wife Ing to officials, Griffins was
To. "t".1t>uts'ho were seeking In addition to the life story of American Day, which is slated: of a Navy machlnst's mate gave stabbed during a fight with two
light. I I the young Integration leader, the to occur on the birth dates of birth to quadruplets at Letter- white U.S. airmen at Aklshima,
boo contains accounts of the Abraham Lincoln and Frederick man hospital. Doctors reportedthe a suburb of Tokyo.
I rmvedyto build the Individualkind mass Peace pilgrimage to Washington Douglass, February 12th and mother and four are doing!;
I D.C., a serious study of February 14th, respectively. fine The father, Delano, is Cause of the brawl was not
So students who through it might the Montgomery Bus protest, and slowly recovering from shock. disclosed.
room. Intimate reports on the meetingsof Negro History Week Is spon-

Might read It in the contract Negro leaders with vice pres sored by the Association and History for the, ....... ......... .......... ....... ............................ -c...... ....... ................ .......................... ...
Life
which signed ident Nixon and President Elsen Study of Negro -
For building me a brand.new hower. with general offices a, 153> 9th FOR BETTER PICTURES . See
homeI I St., N.W., Washington, DC. The
Lawrence Reddick witnessed at AssotlaWon is a nonprofit, educational
craved a home, a larger bungalow first hand the now historic bus organization foundedby Johnsqn of MiamiDinners
protest In Montgomery wnen' It Dr. Carter G. Woodson and
A home that I could say was began in 1955, and has worked dedicated ko the dissE'minallnof
.
.
mine closely with the Montgomery Improvement information about Negroes and( Parties Weddings Passports

Ono which admiring friends Association. He Is Negro life. A companion organlzatfon -' Home MoVes0 0
would proudly show chairman of the History Depart. khe Associated Negro
AH if it were a sacred shrine. ment at Alabama State Collegen Publishers, with offices also in, Baby Pfejures t rPpeJalb P
Montgomery the nation's capitol, service as a<
media for printing and distributing '' 409 N.W. 17th Street FR
SEVEN TOTS DIE WOMEN GIVE books pamphlet and other 72294I

AS PLANTATON material about the race In the ,,,.. .. ..................... ..................... .... ...... ... ... ... '},"'''''I'
GIFTSIn
United States and foreign coup

this time of tribute the\\ tries. 0
SHACK BURNS to Miamf
Courtesy Bus Service 36. Flordaco
Christ child by men of good) The association for the !Studyof :
CLARKSDALE, Miss.-(RNP) and faith, a group of Miami Negro Life and History had
S-ven Negro children were women annually turn their at ''t" origIn' In 1926 and was headed LEMiNSSGULF
burned to death last week on the tention to other unfortunate for many years by Hanardtrtin SERVICE STATIONSWASH
ScruggsCounts plantation, children. "d Dr Woodson, Prpsrnt officers .
when their tenant house was Like the Magi .on that first Include, a<* Association's POLISH WAX TIRE REFVUFUNQ
destroyed by ,fire.A Christmas so long ago, they bear president, Dr. Charles II Wes-! ROAD SERVICE GAS A OIL AND LUBRCAYlON
gifts for children who have al lev, another Hirvard Ph.D.
16 year old mother of one of ready known too much sadnessand holder and eminent historian of EXPERT AUTO REPAJRINQ
the victims was severely burned
hardship Wilbprforce. Ohio first vice
,while puling and 8th child from ; 276 N. W. Fifth Street 1628 NeW 3rd Avenue
Women of the Kappa Kappa I president, Dr. H. Council! Tren-
the blaze.
Alumnae Association and the 'lolm: :Montgomery/ ; Ala; second PHONE FR 9-0118 PHONE FR 4IlVP (
Parents of the victims, Ernest Zonta Club of Miami have pro vice, Dr. Benjamin E :Mays of FR li* 37For
and Sally Price, were away from vided gifts for 107 children who Atlanta, Oa. The e\cutive! of
home< at the time of the fire. A have been placed in foster the headquarters office is Albert
stepdaughter, Dorothy Mae Simmons homes by Children's Service N. D. Crooks, Washington. DC,
was caring for the youngsters Bureau, a United Fund agency. who is National SecitnryTrea.
whose ages ranged from 9 surer. PRE P>>?.lf-up and

years to 18 months. D,Jiv rj* Servigra! on
GIVE. GIVE TO THE The Association issues 3
Origin of the blaze was not Prescriptions
monthly magazine called! "The
Immediately determined UNITED FUNDI!! Negro History Bulletin," edited

by Mr. Brooks and the scholarly SERVICE
"Journal of Negro History," o
. READING edited by Dr. Brewer The Jout DRUG STORE
BY HEAVENLY SIGNSI nal is a quarterly publication. 'tes.rtpt'Gn OompoundWl

DOC ANDERSON have been The Association has availablea Specialists
IIBOO. kit of, material for
your humble servant for many use by Sundries Gifts
-
school teachers and other citizens
years and have never to my
knowledge, ever made any false interested In sponsoring local Patgpt Medicines
know of and state celebration or Negro
promises. I that some Greeting Cards
History Week. These are for sale
you have come from as far as
North Africa as well as other at reasonable prices. Persons InterEsted 1240 N.W. 3rd Ave.
countries, for special work and I should contact the'
persona, readings. I wish to say ASNLH office In Washington Phone FRanklin 3-2932
that I am able to serve you witha D.C.
.. _,
YEARLY READING on impor "' ""y_, .. -4

tant matters covering Business, }
Income, Love Affairs, Investm"iits -
Changes, Money, Happl- Combs'
ne"s, Health, Success, Marriagesthe .
"
kind of person to marry- ',.;:, DOR-CHA Inc.
according to your Astroogical: Luncheonette ,
I.'orecast, which is based on'the

heavenly signs. To'get your ..""W $ '.. 1f,," ,
YEARLY READING, which covers
the whole year of 1959, you Real Estate Rentals
must send YOUR DIRTJlDATE-
DAY and MONTH, but you must U. 0. ANDERSON
also remember this Is a YEARLY I -.-

READING and not like a person-
a* consultation. me that will appear In Champion I
Together with the Reading I Magazine on Feb. 2, 1959. < 1009 N.W:2ndAve
will also send you THE HAND, To get the SPECIAL OFFER of .
I that so many of you have been THE HAND and the YEARLY
asking for which I did nut have READING of 37 large pages

until now, and which can be please send_ $5.00__ plus! 8c post.I I \ Phone FR 4-0028-FR 4.3853
worn as a beautifulpiece age or pay 'postman 4
of jewelry. I am $5.00 C.O.D. plus ,
sure many of you have charges $5.00 Is the MIAMI 36 FLORIDA
heard or read of the I" I price of my SPECIAL ,
world-shaking predictions 1 I OFFER NOT THE 1
I made ou PRICE FOR ANY ,
Christmas Day, 1944, SPECIAL WORK OR
all of which have so PERSONAL CONSUL .
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and that my reputation A.". .\' tJ AND DATE OF for theSCHOOL
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Ar have been written Well Figured hand kind of special work |I Often Dally and Sunday AND SONS
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azlne Feb. 1957, Rep Magazine, will do all within my humble I You Call We Deliver
Nov 1956., New York Sunday power to help\ you, for I believe FINE SHOE REPAIRINGWe
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Between: The i'; Dear Sir:

I . The Negro struggle for human YEARS r
dignity and acceptance as a fu.l;
-- By GORDON HANCOCK fledge citizen with equality of OLD

. . . . opportunity has become a matter
of International sIgnificance. It
'. In: VOICE OF GREATER They would not attempt to goes no less directly to our gov,
browbeat and crush their Negro ernment's compliance, with tho
,\TI.\ 'TA 1... fel'owman', They would rather sit charter of the United Nations

Georgia is generally supposedto down at a table of mutual un than its enforcement" .of the Con
derstanding and seek to view stltutlon Doth are now
be the race prejudice capitol
honorE'"I PROOF
o calm.y and in the light of the 86
of the nation. If one wishes to In the branch. When
s. e race prejudice In the raw teachings of Jesus Christ ways Executive of our country can l ignore 5 t 100 PROOFIOTTUDIN40ND
and means of conserving' the the representatives of ten
'n is advised to go to Georgia.
1 U several circles about the ideals of brotherhood and justice Negro and White children seeking -

nuntr> we often hear the ex- enforcement of a Supreme 4/$ QUARTS

>cession, "I'll die and go to Just whether these ministers Court desegregation decision by TINTSIrAtf
Georgia before, I'll do such and represent that element of those who make mockery of constitutional .INTS$
justly. .
rights It Is heartenIng
.GcI a thing.
inclined whites who are opposedo __
to note how an American = =::"oo.
This just gees to show .how closed schools, the news account Negro Is received by world lead .
tnnuous.y; .n. ohjetts to doingbuch did not make clear nut its ers.
and such a thing" But clear that they want something These are pictures of Paul and 1l .A

:. ;ardlng the prejudice of Qeori constructive done about his wife Ealanda Hobecon at a
\: a. without regarding the right- the determination of the Negro party given In Yalta Crimea by
ousness of Georgia, Is just Like phobes to cut off the South's Niklta Khrushchev.Sent .
fudging tha bad Negroes without nose to spite Its face. as a public service by,

r. gard U Vh.sfc upright of heart Those three-hundred ministers William L. Patterson
o _____
.id mind know the perils Involved In the

Ktgardless of what may be course a few rabid southern pole TENANTS TO

o :d of Hie ltegrophobesof of Geor ticians are bent on following; DRAW FOR YEAR'S
they know that the white
man
rta there
are more righteously _s91 MtWIIIIa
will be the greater loser In the FREE RENT 4rt
inc inrd Georgians than there are run. ..... ...... 4 new TiW flownuj.
ere of Georgians whose meat and ong
t< ornoo
drink IsIe tight the defenselessNegrwts Of course If the white South CHICAGO (ANP) A p
in their fight for full ud gone along with the foun- drawing by top run king tenants I'
for a year's fie .
rent
wl.l
IMzenshlp climax
lers of the .
Southern Regional ... .
the ,
Chicago '
ouncil which was founded !In I Housing Authority's .. ,
Negroes, of all group should "Good Neighbor" programat
4i' the last to overlook the riri \tlanta In 1943 the current Henry Booth House OPENED MANAGEMENT
!rials would not be on Sun NOW UNDER NEW
upon us.
i.ous Georgians while stressing day Dec. 21. .

lie vicious ones. There are white A few of us fought bravely to Thirty 'families, each a first FLAMINGO SNACK SHOP
(!orgians who have never bow Irlve home the I place winner '
dangerous pos. at one of the
20th StreetThe
421 N.W.
id their knee to the Baal of race !blllty of letting Interracial mat. CIIA's public housing: developments .

prejudice. era drift We came to grips with I will be eligible to draw Finest Foods at Low Prices

Georgia may well 'boast of along he situation but the white South I for the' grand prize, according to WE DO CATERING BUSINESS
and l.lustrious' line of men I used for he most part to goilong Alvin E Rose, CHA executive! Satisfaction Guaranteed

und women who have stood firmly : with us. Dy their nonooperatlon director In addition each of tho WK SI'KCIALIZIO IN TAKE OUT BOX NIHtVim/

for Interracial righteousness cited the( they Indirectly Ins CHA's public housing developments Open Mon. Thru Thnr. Bno; am. to 12:. mMulio,
current crisis.It .
through the will he eligible to draw
years. for the grand Fri., Sat, Sun, A30;> .ra. to :Si. a.m.
prize according to
Tuday Georgia is fighting wag later than they thought Alvin E. Rose, ellA executive dllector Arthur King, Owner
t Is late but
now, not too late
brively to free Itself of fetter 'or Interracial I. In addition, each of the i
that her Negrophobes would bind tnd that the white understanding ministry of 30 families wit; be presented witha I
upon her. Christmas
', turkey
e Atlanta area are facing up -
Her stalwart sons and daughters to the fact I is encouraging. More Individual winners were chos
who are willing to stand up strength to them. en on the basis of points earned MANAGING AND MAINTAININGMORE
and be counted on the aide of during the past year on such
fair play, law and order deserve Only recent;, two-thirds of the factors an cleanliness and order THAN 10,000 HOUSING UNITS .'
the plaudits of the world. Stand. faculty of 360 of Emory Unlver- lines, care of pqulpmnt, observance # w
ing up for, law and order in New lty of Atlanta went on record of project rules, prompt IN DADE & BROWARD COUNTIES

England is one thing and standing as opposing the closing of the rent payment, conduct of child
schools In defiance of the man ren and adults, and participationIn
for law and
order In Georgia The
Largest of
is another.It dates of the Supreme Court. At. Community activities. Organization

'anta I is stirred and stirring! Manager at the Authority's its Kind in The Serving'Colored
I Greater Atlanta South
takes I Is lifting up Its
more courage to be an various projects that the competition ,
abolitionist In Georgia than In voice for law and order! has resulted not only In a People"For

New England. This Is not to laud marked improvement In the ap

abolitionism In New England earance of public housing buildings Fast Efficient Service". Call L. L. BROOKS
pRE81DENT
less but abolitionism in Georgia but has also", been the' means .
USE OUR CLASSIFIED
more. of awakening many families to

COLUMNS fOR RE8ULT8I. their community responsibilities
Some weeks ago the cause of
Interracial righteousness wan

considerably boosted when a SMUlMl..fcMlilllll> llMlM>MlMlMl *''''.lfifJ MA1 ''''''M7 ''li11' |
rroup of 80 white ministers of CYINNc.
Atlanta stood up to be counted )

as 'favoring the rule of law and WORLD FAMOUSWMBM . r, .
order rather than the rule of ...

race prejudice. 12 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS .

They favored; adherence to the 1860 N.W. 73rd 8T. PL '."27e

course marked out by The Supreme 3401 GRAND AVE. HI 42447 {?
Court of the United State. 4240 N.W. 27 AVE. NC 6.1466 I
They! would not be parties to
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subordinating the Court's decision TOPS IN LISTENING
6241 N.W. 17TH AVE. .
to the whims and evils of PL 8 9990
17325 'HOMESTEAD AVE. CE 6.3553
race !prejudice. Eighty white
ministers were willing to lay. I THE KING COLEMAN SHOW Perrln
1022 N.W. JA
8TH ST. 2.3474
themselves: on the altar of sacrl
flee for the principle) of human THE GOSPEL BLIND BOY SHOW Ft. LsudsrdaU .
339 HAMMONDVILLE WE 8.3235
brotherhood.
I THE BUTTERBALL SHOW RD. Pompano
Eighty ministers who dared to 14460 N.W. 22ND AVE.. MU 8-0617
live according to the Gospel e LOCAL NEWS WITH ELLIOTT J. PIEZE Opa Locks '

which they preached. More recently 2100 N.W. 3rd CT. ,?!R 4.1311
311 Atlanta area ministers . REV. .IRA McCALL 1011 N.W. Ith STREET '
signed a second manifesto Ft Lauderdale JA 8-1474

calling for the appointment of a 800 ON YOUR RADIO MAIN OFFICE

Interracial commission to help 1163 iN.W. 3rd AVE. FR 3S41I ; ,
maintain harmony and good will ,,'.

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PAGE-8 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27 1958 Give Regional I
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I Ir ReportIn I LIB'RIV1 ITY

a regular Amicae meeting,
1 N 4 NIA 'h 1 December 20, Amlrve Maydell IM MaARC
Braynon and Susan Harris, dela] '
gates to the annual Southeastern

Sorority Regional, Inc.of ,the brought Zeta Phi highlightsof Beta NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St

the meeting. This meeting,
he.d in Al'anta during the

Thanksgiving: weekend, markedthe FRIDAY AND SATURDAYTHE
second meeting of Amlcae
on a Regional basis in the South
astern division of the security.
During the two-day session, WHOLE'

ir Mrs. Harris president of the BATTLESCARREDLOVESCORCHED ,<.
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Miami group, served as special
ew secretary and reporter for the
workshops which dealt spent I ?t.
cally with local group activity SAGA OFTHE
Mrs. Draynon was kept buy!' b
evading sales of the beautiful( ] U.S.MARINES!
ARJf8p
Items on display; but. she man-
aged to bring a full report of
the enjoyable discussion sessions
and racial events sponsored by
the Atlanta Amicae
L h' Following the regional reports
Mrs Callen McKinney, Yom'101r'
_ _
k chairman of the membership
F 1..
committee Introduced a new
member Mrs. Pearl Boyd who
was welcomed into the "friend
ship" by the members

y f Plans are underway for a lANA IHIY 11M BEADfIRI! sizi -
special presentation featuringthe
entire Amicae membership WAGNER,WYNTER.HUNTER.lANGE OtfMAN'NORTN'NUYEN
fir, !Mrs Ed Shumake Is chairman

of the program committee PLUS,-

Don't miss the Battle of Songs between the Sensa- "Attack of The 50 ft. Women"

tional Nightinga'e Singers and the Alpha and Omega $600 DownPick

Singers Sunday Jan. 4 at 3 p.m. at Northwestern High up notes Sacrificing my

School Auditorium, 7001 ,NW 12th Ave. Tickets on sale atNorth' 2-bedroom CDS home Waitedas SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY
Travel Bureau, O'Neal Beauty Salon, Pratt'sCleaners long as I can for other party .
First come, first serve now. Call 3 BG HITS
and Neal's Market. Get yours now and. avoid the between noon and 7 p.m. NE

rush. 5-40G6. .
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The guest of LEAGUES UNDER THE SEATECHNICOLOR "
mayor came as CAPITOLTHEATRE
were: Mrs. John E. Culmer, Mr.
the State of the
Department
and Mrs. David Julius, Sam Ra-
U S. Government. h'n, Moses Perry, Mrs. I. P.
After her official visitation to Davis, Mrs. Lucille Rlou, Dr. H. Bp1.D AE ,
was honored guest for several II. Green Mrs. Henry McKinney, S.\T. MIDMTK ,EN ,
Washington, D. C., Where she Charles] Lockhart, Mrs. Eddie SUN., MON., TIDES

dave His Worship Mrs. Iris Draynon, Mr. and Mrs Jim Reid, II
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Winifred
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Mrs. Cynthia Dethel, Otis James, I ,4, sYMp 1
guest of-honor at a dinner Banquet :
Dr. and Mrs. W. II. Murrell, Den 'The Blob"PLUS
here sponsored. by the nis Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Denny I ,
Adelphlan Club. O'Dcrry Prof and Mrs. Charles
Enroute to her native land, L. Williams, Dave Probinsky, "I Married a Monster I e
His
Worship
graciously accepted
Elliott J. Pleze and Frederick I 1.
tho Miami Invitation.It Nooks. From Outer Space"RITZ I
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was Thursday night when I
the St. Agnes' New Social Hall IIIOFO
became the scene of an elabor ,,?,O 1

ate Over setting.100 specially Invited HARLEM SQUARE COIIN[ t 'PAGLI s c f' ) ii r .

guests assembled to meet, greet SWEET SHOPA _
and eat with the distinguished I 1fi011001WnRBISd I II LtjT
FULL
LINE OP GROCERIES
visitor. And THEATRE
as one guest aptly
ccibe Idrsdd al. COLD CUTS COSMETICS O At 10:30 Only
described It. "Very nice" .
WojHhip.Center of attraction was His 208 N.W. 10th Street Starts New Years

Gowned in a white evening DayFO
frock with gold spangling, her
Jowelry matched its splendor. &
Her charm and wit stood out UNLIMITEDENGAGEMENT In Th.
above all others: Apartment For Rent
Seated In the center of an Living Legends
otherwise literary group, the Of A Turbul.n ,
5 Rooms, Kitchen &:: Bath
Jamaican was the. center of at A Shocker! '
traction. Partially Furnished River Era iv

Surrounding her at the apeak Two chained fugitives
er's table were: Prof and Mrs. ,5994 N.W. 22nd Ave. desperative trying to tl1I i' '
Da'lantlne of the University of
Miami, who were host and hostess (upstairs) escape from the law-. e7Id'B

to the Mayor; Mrs. Dorothy Call Friday after'4 p.m. and each other!I.
Faust of the U. S. State Dept.; ,
Dr. I. p. Davis ,prominent den. Or All Day Sunday \ J
tilt; Archdeacon John E. CuI.I "THE 1TBm!
mer rector of St. Agn ,' I Or 7 to 9 ,a.m. Week Days

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Bonded- Collection EDUCATORS ,

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Agency Gets ,Letters URGED TO TRAIN \


Appreciation ji'of STUDENTS IN.

TESTING
jL..11.: Brooks, owner-manager
bf- thhbiggest, collection andrenta.l
LOUISVILLE Ky. Scoring
agency operating In the
Miami Negro area, has been .receiving so-called Intelligence tests as
favoring the upper classes and
letters commenting
on
harmful to children from lower
the recent changes In his clerical social and
economic backgrounds
department, from all 'White
to
D r. Allicon Davis, professor of
,.ali 'Negro personnel education, University of Chicago

.. The following letters are typi has urged Negro educators to
train their students to make high
cal. The first with reference to
grades In
these tests
his participation! and contributionto

the Orange: Blossom Classic
Addressing the banquet sessionof
committee and the other has the 25th annual conference of
reference to the recent changesIn the Association of Colleges and

office personnel. Secondary Schools, Dr. Davis, I
also a member of the committeeon
December 19, 1958
Bonded Collection human development at the
Agency University, declared: Intelligencetests At the 25th annual conference
1165 N.W. 3rd Avenue
to be of the Association of Collegesand
only 22 percent bet
Miami, Florida THE MIAMI
TIMES
"The
ter than pure chance in predict Secondary Schools held: In Peoples' Newspaper"SATURDAY I

Dear Mr. Brooks: ing what a student will do In Louisville, Iy. recently, Dr. R.
DECEMBER 27 1958 PAGE 9
school. B. ,
Please accept from our firm Atfood president Kentucky I Ir

earn( of the gratitude of Miami's State College, conducted the installation ..
Negro Community for your rather Although branding them meaningless ceremony of Association "
fair consideration In employIng he cited the fact that officers for 1959. DATES CHANGEDFOR
Negroes In your office In the the courts are accepting these
capacities and numbers that you tests as valid and proposed preparing From> left to right they are Dr. NORTH-
L.S. Cozart, president, Barber-
have. We feel that students for college en
you are doingan
trance examinations bases on Scotia College, Concord N. C., SOUTH GOLF'TOURNAMENT
unusually grand thing.
high school grades and intelll secretary-treasurer; Dr. John E. COOKING
o
If we' may be of service to
you
gence tests if they are to quali- Codwell, principal, Jack Yates
In any manner please call on us. fy for admittance Senior High School, Houston, HINTS
Yours trulty. Texas .outgoing president Dr. J. The 6th annual Ray Mitchell
I. B. Housing Corp.J. At an earlier session Dr. Wil Colston, president Knoxville North-South Winter Golf w274

R. Taylor, president !lIam (:. Pollard, executive director Co.lege: Knoxville, Tenn, presl Tournament will be played over

of the Oak Ridge Institute of dent.elect; \V..E. Combs, state the Miami Springs Country Club's carnaSonHomISIMca Dfrtctor
Nuclear Studies, denounced supervisor, secondary schools, championship layout on February -
December 18, 1958 present day "pump priming" of Department of Education, Tallahassee 19.22 rather than February and her staff

Mr. Luther L. Brooks science programs In high schqols first vice president, and 10.13 as previously announced.The 9
1163 NW 3rd Ave. making them the primary objective Dr S. M. Nabrlt, president, Texas

Miami, Florida as degrading to science Southern University, Houston, change In dates for the ..,
and hopeless "to solve our second vice president. well known tournament became
Dear Mr. Brooks: dilemma in contemporary his- necessary because of an advancein n'. pumpkin .
Looking back on the 26th An time and ..:
tory. the date for the opening of the pU >,
Dual Orange Blossom Classic I just thinking
major league baseball season, ac
feel that the success was due Dr. Pollard said he favors exposing cording to tourney-promoter Ray I about itmakes

very largely to the cooperation our youngsters to the $5.00 Reward: Mitchell. The baseball s aaon, mehungry.
received from you. The service delights of scientific enterprise, which usually starts around MyfamUy Rosalie Scott
and time rendered are worthy of but he deplort A ladle ml handbag witha thinks
turning "our educational shoulder Jo.tIn a April 17, Is set to begin on April my pumpkin pies are tops.That'sbecauso
commendation. system inside out to strap wo / i 10, 1959, and as a consequence they are ma4e with
Miami taxi cab after the Classic .
I want to formally: express my make science a primary objec The taxi driveror the training period starts a week extra-rtch Carnation Evaporated
appreciation for your tireless efforts tive" Saturday night. earlier.: In order that the baseball Milk. No other form of milk
and
else -
in helping to develop this anyone the finding 22.1 returning players might have their gives such perfect results every
outstanding event Your splendid Maine to room regular annual golf tournament time. So, whether you use my
Main I'ont Office ItulldliiK will favorite recipe or one of your
cooperation In the week beforb '
vastly simplified my the training
twelve a C5.OO reward. Auk for make next
be to
sure your
jab as Business Manager of the Drive Carefully! Mm. Marie 1IAC"k.CHARLES' season begins, Mr. Mitchell and own pumpkin pie with Carnation.
University, and I owe you a real his committee have, released the. Y osa7f say your pumpkin pies
vote of thanks for period of Feb. 10-13;
your cooperation I have never,been so good.
and support.
Many participants 'in the' Ray FAVORITE PUMPKIN
I thank you most sincerely for POULTRYAnd Mitchell might have already
(Makes 9-tnch pie)
your kindness and look forward made reservations In Miami
to working with you again. hotels. The tournament committee 1 cup auger \'
Very sincerely yours, Fish Market requests that these persons 1 Vi teaspoons cinnamon '

II. R. Partridge, > .. communicate with their hotels Vi teaspoon dove
Business Manager Quality Live & Dressed Poultry i changing their reservation dates Vb teaspoon allspice
Vt teaipoon nutmeg I'/

.........................NMI................. Vi teaspoon ginger /

FRESH FISH DAILY Vj teaspoon salt
FOR SALE $200 DOWN 2 eggs

Groceries Meats Fruits Fresh Vegetables 1% cups cooked pumpkin
2 BEAUTIFUL NEW Brand New CBS squash or tweet potatoes

HOMES BEER AND WINE TO TAKE OUT 1% wp((large can) I
Bedrooms, Carporte undiluted CARNATION

3 BEDROOM 2 BATH 340 N.W. 16th Terr. Phone FR 4-1345 2 Blocks From EVAPORATED MILK '

GARAGEOn 9Uch unbaked single pie crud

Large lot 70x90 Open Sunday Til 12 Noon Pembroke Road Blend flllbtg Ingredients together
won. Pour into unbaked pie.
FREE DELIVERY SERVICE Carver Ranches crust.Bake In hot oven w...)
Cor. 67th St. and .. 18 minutes. Reduce the tempers*
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24th Ave. Herb MunningsOXford and continue baking for about
aa Alt> nA >t1Mh>on11R1wh>AalY
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Open Sunday p.m.JCtCII1ClI'RtClRftICC"
aerted ta ailing comes out cttea.Cool .
1.1985 before serving.

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TO ALL OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDSIDAY
In the Christmas Greeting* advertisement, from

e O'NEAL-HEMLY'S FURNITURE DEPARTMENT

Pt'" STORE, 841 N.W. 2nd Avenue, which appeared on

page 10 of last week's Christmas Issue of the Times,.

the name of the employees should have read a*'


I CLEANERS follows

Mr. J. H. O'Neal Mr. John G. Maxwell

Mrs. J. H. O'Neal Mr. R. E. RothweU "

SON CLEANERS Mrs. F. Anderson Mr. Josh T. Wilson qd?

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AvenueAND Mr. Elmer Bins Mr. Charlie Stachan
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Mr. Ralph McClung Mr. Tommy Collins

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Extends Best Wishes POPS CLEANERS ,

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>> mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmxmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm THE MAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE died soon after his arrival


10 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1958 Errol Glinton, 43, security of-
Sentence Sermons. I "leer at tIle Fort Montagu Beach

, . Hotel, died on Saturday at Princess
Margaret Hospital from

... mm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm>w .....rwt..ammm msa wounds. He Is alleged to have
-------------- The Bahamas
in-Around been stabbed by 26-year-old
TilE NEW YEAR Watch Elks of Miami Freddie Neely at Okra Hill earl

1. Life, is like a checker board __ By A. H. McKENZIE ier that day. Preliminary hear
-Its awaiting possibilities must& I. B. p. o. E. w. ing Is set for Dec. 17.
L I I I_ I I 1 1 I I
1 1
be explored, and not by any
means be ignored. Feb. 13 1959 I "Rev. Drown, I sent for you ture store in Mrs. Thompson's The body of Osborne Pinder,
42 found the shore at
You did not come. You have un building Brother Franks, who was near
2. There is but one starting Finder's Point, Grand Bahama
til Christmas Day to live. Bro died last year, was a minister
point as the game begins, and Harold Higg Franks is waiting on you." of the Church of Ged. Rev on the morning of Dec. 4. The
from here, one thing is certain, Exalted Ruler Atlas Brown has expressed that he is assistant superintendent pf police
there will be contrary vrlnds. Lodge dn Wednesday morning, Dec. not afraid of the threat. The CID and a doctor were flown from
Thomas Rivers E. R. 10 Mrs. Minnie Thompson: is making Investigation. Nassau to the scene to make investigation '
because cannot be ,
one
3. And, found a baby coffin draped In and post mortem
of his destiny, he must move Ruler .
sure Greater Miami
cautiously . and handicaps Lodge crepe in which was a black Vandals slashed the tires, rip performed
very bottle containing the above me: ped the upholstery and dropped
one must not .overlook Claude Rolle, Exalted Ruler
sage to Dr. Brown obscene in four cars while
notes
for life is not an open book. On Dec. 9 Magistrate M. J.
Liberty Lodge The Rev. Brown has a furnl'wrr the owners were attending a con, Thompson flatly refused to rec-
4. Yea, one's contemporaries at cert at Epworth Hall the nightof ognize Randal Fawkes who appeared -
birth may have inherited a richer ..-.-- Dec. 10. The back seat of one In the Magistrate's Courtto
wider girth; but even this should of the cars was ripped, the stufl ; represent Neville Thurston on
not spell defeat, when the chal l fang! pulled out and scatteredbout a wounding charge. As Fawkes
lenger's faith1 in God is full and the street. Four police arose and announced that he was
complete. v,'iv watching the parked cars, representing Thurston the niasrstrate -
ut did not see the destroyers in told him: "Mr. Fawkes, I
5. Every twelve months this ,dlon. cannot recognize your presenceIn
checker board flares up again, this court. You have wllllfled
and you and lour titles must g 1 The frame and part-stone this court, and until you publicy -
?
defend . It all depends how I use of Mrs. Agnes Brown InSears : apolo ze, I cannot recognize
well we have faced the odds In I ; Addition was completely you. You have a choice of apol ,
the previous year, as to how now I u'''Hiroyed In 4 mysterious fire ogizing .or withdrawing"
we shall approach our tanks I <>n D 'c. 9. Mrs. Brown, who was Fawkes contended that he hall l la
without misgivings and fear. 4 in the 3 yard washing clothes right to be heard; but MagU
w'len the fire started, reported trate Thompson adjourned tlio
6. God is the answer when the
Twelve and must 7 that there was no stove or chlldD court and walked out. Fawlcos
clock striges me
m&I .( in the house. remained in the empty courtroom ,
again Into mean problems delve :
. companionship with Him 4 b with his client for about 15

needs no crystal ball, when in Oianv'lle Hall: 60, who served Thurston minutes, was and taken then In left as

His powerful hands one stake's < (i12:! t I'm In Nassau prisons. to he Central Police Station custody

his all. < (1 on Dec 6. He became sick Later the court resumed sitting

7. Peace, then like a River 4 +. 1 Y i Sandlland Prison where he and Thurston was brought back
as uolnK/: three months on a for trial
ad wihout benefit
attendeth our way, and the of law
versaries of our souls lose con lung of bring drunk and dlsoulerly yer, on a charge of wounding
trol; this is the panacea for oil of and was taken to PrinSH Alfred Maycock. The case was
Margaret: Hospital Where he adjourned to Dec.
our trials while the years continue 18
'
to roll. eM

8. A new yeato a Christian Is
simply a matter of time, renewed : : SEE .THE ,
for enjoyment with gifts sublime $5

and these ever increasing as the ,. ; W t k d : WORLD'SGREATEST
days go by, 'granting a fortetaate r y
of the Father's riches in Heavenon '
high.

,
9. This makes each New Yeara COLORED
glorious retreat for those f yV
I
throughout the year who stay
close by the Mercy Seat PSYCHIC

10. Only those who know the READER
power of prayer can appreciatewhat e
it means to be a heavenlyheir

with each. successive year .
yielding' joys like harvest grain, ltf
and telling us only to be faith
ful "I Will be Back Again" PROF.I-I ri

11. Yes, lie is coming again,
maybe this weekend, or In the Ton roM Corp '

New Year . however, it will HERALDS OF: CHRISTMAS ere this.'croup of 1CW1gangels" BUNTER
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be when He chooses to appear; from St. Baroabaa House 'for children> ,,- A temporary shelter N .
these who have won His Divine I
tor children from 3-11 who destitute homeless neglected
: are or ,
attention, are as sure of His re PROF, HUNTIR
turn, as they are His Holy Ascension fc'fc' run by ttaKeujYo&ErotCtAQ: C.i> = W (
you are sick, worried In
.. "" or trouble this Is the
: place to come. Don't star fa the rut, push back the
12. So listen again when veil 01 bad luck that
seems to hold I in
you track
the clock strikes Twelve, let and advance your
every man and woman, Satan's 2n'i by the help of Cod under the

tricks, and resolve to give your leadership of Hunter who has 30 Jean of ?
Heavenlly Father, the rest of TV REPAIRSNO perience la spiritualist' and occult .ci nce. Make
your days, and 'In New Year's to I home happy. H. will show how your
to
you bypass
come, He will be your best friend your
enemies
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TIMES 'The People
THE MIAMI -

OSSOFER 6CC Teacher Invited to .
I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1958 PAGE 11
SAYS:


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Student Seminar DENY PLEA TO sion, the Mayor and the,police
Our scientific eggheads have chief, made a second request for

scored again, this time with a DROP ATLANTABUS dismissal and submitted new

gigantic orbiting satellite emit Miss Mary L. Divers, head of briefs last September. In a court
ting a vocal message: "Peace on the Department of Social Scienceat SUIT order filed Friday, the Judge

earth, good will to men," from Dethune-Cookman College, has Hospitality, notified Miss Divers dismissed the new motion.
high above the earth's surface. been invited to serve as one of that she had been invited on the ATLANTA (ANP) For Judge Hooper. said It would be
This spiritual message from a six resource leaders for the International "highest recommendation," and I the second time a federal judge I necessary for the court to hear
has overruled heaven Student
material impresses on my Seminar
would be in of
that she charge
mind the need for spiritual egg being held at the Miami YMCA the suit filed by the Negro case can be passed upon.
heads. These are eggheads who, Camp located at Lake Placid. one of six student groups. ministers against bus segregationlaws In January 1957, six Negroeswere

through their hearts as well as This seminar is sponsored by he of this city and state. arrested for attempting to
their minds, deveop: into spiri- Community Council for International U. S. District Judge Frank A: ride desegregated on city buses.

tual satellites that send out Student Hospitality and Hooper first overruled attemptsto These oases are still pending In

heavenly messages by seeking, will take place during the periodfor WINCASH throw out the case In Sept. a superior court.Drive .
finding, and living the great Dec. 27 and Jan. 1. 1957. It was filed In June of that

truths given to man through the This the second year that students year. Attorneys representing tho
Christ Spirit. from around the world PRIZES Georgia Public Service Commis Carefully!

have been brought together for. .
11' 1' -'-' -111 11' 1"' ' 1--
While our need for scientific seminar discussion following

eggheggs may run Into the several days of hospitality In HEAR
thousands, the need for the spiritual Miami. COMMUNITYlIJl
variety is far greater, .,
since a majority of the world's The leaders of the group hopeto
: series of WHO'STALKING lIJl
develop a opportuniItles -
population must attain to this STORECOR.
for interchange of ideas
status if we are to reach our
goal . Universal Peace. and consequent growth of inter
national understanding in Fla.
Spiritual eggheads search out The theme of the seminar is: N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St.

God's Truth, which rises above Exploration of Practical Ways of

differences of color, nationality, Creating Understanding and PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLEDCut
creed Voltaire said "He who Good Relationships and will be
or ,
discussed around cultural and Rate Drugs Free Delivery
should be of
seeks truth no coun-
He could have on to Ideological influences which have COSMETICS FOUNTAIN SERVICE
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them. Ways and means of buildIng OG.
sults of this search mentioned +
understanding and positive'
above, when the multitude par relationships will be sought. PHONE OXford 1.7515
take in the searching, will be

that "Kingdom of Heaven on Attendance will be limited to C. M, JOLLIVETTE SR., Prop

Earth," we so eagerly await. 50 students one third of whom ___" 1 __ .1 '1
will be American students. Anyone .
The world accepts and benefits 8:30 ft.ni. 0:30 a.m.
in residence study at colleges
from the findings of scientific '
or universities in the eastern 1:30 p.m.2:80 p.m. .
but does not readily
eggheads,
YOUSEE
United States: is eligible. OPPORTUNITY AWAITS
accept the finding of the spiritual Mr. Russell Lindquist, vice 4:30 p.m.
kind. Thus it is
necessary president of the Community THE LOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
that each one of us, in order to
Council for Internatnonal Student of
recognize and benefit from the Featuring top( star PSYCHIC READER

great spiritual truths, become world
Entertainment
eggheads ourselves. It's a do.it-
.
get but not without stern laborof
yourself project to a great extent. his own." Sport and TV

John Ruskin clarified this This stern labor which will

point when he stated, "Without place the spiritual egghead in
seeking, truth cannot be knownat "orbit". Is rugged but so was tho 1 220
all. It can neither be declared cross which Ills Holiness Jesus

from the pulpits, nor set down in Christ bore. When truth becomes ON YOUR DIAL
wise to us a thing of life and
articles, nor in any prepared f
for meaning, this labor will have
and sold in packages ready
. the fruit of Starting December 1 '
use. Truth must be ground for borne fruit yrp
every man by himself out of Its "Peace" on earth, good will to

husk, with such help as he can men.

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A Gentleman of No Mean Talents



Convinced Of Let my YI' cf Experience guide and protect you through Life

Newspaperman ar a LlghthouM guldM the ship In a storm

Doc Anderson's Prowess WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME

Fur Success in Business And Love

IIIWALTKIl: ('. ROBINSON, Kill tor, The ChattAnooga Observer CONSULT HER -

A writer once wrote of Doc Doc Anderson of the many proudly letters showedme he f> You can now have your home made happy

Anderson -. "The scientists had one received that day, which I Get MD"' Hold the position you so Ung wanted

ought to put him In a test tubeto herewith quote and which speaks Dc n't Stay in the rut get out new

find out what makes him for Itself: By the help of God the can help you
tick." I had heard so much about Pittsburgh, Pa.

this man that I decided to do a October 1958 Remove evil influence, if you are tick, worried or in

little checking on my own.I Dear Doc Anderson: Just a troubleIt
discovered that Doc Ander short letter to let you know the
son's greatest asset was the over amazing resuts: that I got from will pay you to oall and see this Qlftsd Medium First 1

whelming faith that peopl haveIn .f- !ry4k:- :., special work that you did
, your Whoro thousandcome y.arly for help, and advice' you too ombo
them a '. ", the facts. My
his ability to help for me. Here are
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touched by this strange myttorloua power
faith born of what he has done : sweetheart came back to me act

for so many others. It has been ,.- t ing better and kinder than ever WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPY

written "Faith can move moun before. lIe said he would never Th. same God whe delivered Motto and the children of Israel

tains." It was abiding faith that ,.";tJt.'Ifl.' leave me again Another worn of old to otlll alive today and will opon a way for you through
ask him to come
led Abraham. to unhestitatlngly an. I did not
he his .own freewill the troubled MM of life. Let not him that la blind load you tr
obey God's command when back, he came on
was about to put his son Isaac and he had all his clothes you stumble with him.

the sacrifice altar. with him.
on With this thought In mind It lie asked me if he could comeback Do you doubt the existence of thlnge beoaueo you cannot see

is very Interesting to note the home. I told him "yes" and them?

deep.rooted faith that must hav HOC 1C. C. ANDKUSOV he was so glad his face lit up What do you think of the 'Invlalblo waves and sounds that make

been possessed by Cleve Corbin with smiles. The woman he left Wlr.'",, Telephone, Radio and Television, possible'
for me called me on the phone
Chattanooga
Tenn of 115, whose E. 22nd sworn St. statement Doc Anderson In person, so I and asked my pardon saying she A eeed before It sprouts, llee concealed, secret silent In tho'dark

states he has been Wind for phoned CAnal 2-9719 at his was sorry she took him from me earth or womb of Nature. THERE IS AN "UNSEEN POWER"

three years and had been to home at 302 W. Gordon Ave., without any reason She also Therefore, acquaint you r-
didn'tdo Oa., for an appoint- called me of her own free will.I .
many doctors but they Rossvllle, elf with the one who l I. an
told her I was not mad at her II
anything for him. He says ment.I .
- "After visiting Doc Anderson also took the opportunity of nor him and that everything has authority. Whose private
clients So Doc Anderson, consultation will evolve ;
eyesight began to come checking with several been forgiven. you ,
back,my and I thanked God that he who had visited Doc Anderson, I do appreciate you so much. I to a higher state of mind. 4 -

helped me through this wonderful and to whom he had given num shall always remember you as a
man. I then had him do some bers, and the way they feel Is true fortune'teller. I am sending All Information is
and since I unbelleveable. My visit to Doc two of my friends over to see you
special work for me,
have been to him my nature has Anderson recaled: the remarkablecase the Jilt of this month. I have Strictly Confidential ;
of a prominent local citizen, nothing but high praises for you
been restored and now I am very
happy In my lore life, and my who had been robbed of $1600. and thank you so much, I re Office Hours: 9 a.m-l p.m.

financial troubes: are over." Doc Anderson was eventually main. J.M.8. Sunday: 10 ajn. to 1 pm.
when everybody else Doc Anderson .!*> gave me a
consulted
My attention was brought of several to had failed, and he told this man reading and now I understand Don't Wrlte-CaUln Person
the statements
sworn from all walks of life
mattress In a certain why people
others, who during World WarII the exact which he would find come to him from all over the DAILY READING $.00 UP
the psychic capacity house In
testified to
hidden. Everybody United States and overseas for
and gifted power of Doc Anderson the money 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
dumbfounded when the mon help, counsel and guidance In '
but the limit of space was
solutions. I
for
found Just as Doe Anderson their appeals
does not permit me to elaborateon ey was stated. This Incident caused wish I had more time to spend MADAM HUNTER
them. However I checked on with him but I will this-
a stir at the time and It say
them and being convinced- as statements to was quite reported on and published he Is the kind of man one meets 1657 N.W. 73rd St. MiamiPHIL
the truth of these sworn
just once In a lifetime.
I felt I had to see this In my newspaper.

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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1958 DEATHS Drawn ,* .: Dec, 22,..' He'Js* survived by his
Chap.el.I'services were conducted wife, .Pstella< three daughters,
55 on Dei. 22 with* Rev. Faysunof two sons ,and other relatives.
Hialeah Burial was Funeral .arrangements at thls
Range . (Officiating. '
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I IN eaJ I IN MEMORIAM f' 16141 NW 18th place Opa . < ... TeatM"Tbe ..,
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Locka was pronounced dead on l
In loving memoir of our ''In memory of the late arrival i" Jackson Memorial At Capital .)

other MRS.and, ROSA grandmother: ROLLINS, Hospital on Dec.: 2Q.. She 'Is survived ", r($oJb," a ,ihrill,movie ,that

who departed thds life on Dec. by hr husband Raymond. \\i In Jet'step with the space age
S funeral services will be
19, 1950 ',Gone'but not forgotten. conducted arrives Sunday at the CapitolTheatre
Friday, Dec. 26, 3:00
on :
fans' with
Safe In the arms of Jesus 5'I to electrify
p.m. at New Mt Moriah Baptist
Safe:; on His gentle breast some migbty"'imaginative posal
shaded Church. Rev A L. Shipp will of threat from other
"heie by His love o'er officiate. bllltles '
Sweetly our mother rest. :. planets. "f1. _
;
'i Edward Freddie children Bernice Margaret Mrs. Phioble Daniels of 1851 The film in 'D,>kuxe color' : In.

i Calvin, Alvin, Rosemary Rutland St., Opa Locka died| at troduces "r[ft number of attractive
Eurlene Larry grand. Jackson Hospital on Dec. 21 teen'agera,headed by Steven,Mc
children She is survived by a son,.William Queen ail t Aneta Corseaut and
; t 6l : a brother, Amos Bell of Titus- tells the,Bloodcurdling story ofa
P'S\ vile: and other relatives. She bob of no one.knows.what that
CARD OF THANKSThe sS will be sent on Friday Dec. 26 increases in size as it feeds upon

husband and family of to Albany, ,Ga for final rites. the bodies of earth peop.e.
the' late Mrs. Lydia B. Lucas
who departed this life on Dec. .. r
5, 1958 wishes to express their .x ,1-.& Rs.L -. -.V,-
sincere appreciation and deepest Yt NEED MONEY! "
body of Bishop The.ophilus
gratitude their friendsfor The
to 'many
floral Hunter of 1826 NW 5th court 1st and 2nd mortgage loans $1,000 pay $21.25 mo.
"cards telegrams con
tributions and other kindnesses who died on Dec. 19 at his home Pay off all.your bills $1,500 pay $31.88 mo. .
rendered during her illness and will lie In repose in the chapel Get additional cash 12,000 pay $42.50 mo.
passing.We :, ,, : l;:; from noon Friday, Dec 26 until Get Rid of Those Balloon Payments '
8:30: p.m. when he will be mov
pray God's blessing upon
all who helped us during our MRS OPHELIA McKINNEY I ed to the Church of God of FREE-24 hour inspectionNo
time of bereavement. who departed this life Dec. 25, Prophecy located at NW 5th ct. Cost to You
1955 and 17th st. for pre'funeral ser
Davis Lucas husband
And Family, vices beginning at 9 p.in. lIe will Dade-Broward' Mortgages & InvestmentsCALL
"Though life goes on for us, It remain there until his final rites
.r will never ever be as happy and and burial which will be held ANYTIME

IN MEMORIAMIn enjoyable as It was when you' on Saturday Dec. 27 at 12:30: Miami: FR 7-4812 Hollywood : WA 3-7071
were with us. p.m. He Is survived by his wife
loving memory of our dear The love and understandingthat Letchia, four sons and three

mother and grandmother, you shared with so many, daughters.
has and shall always remain in
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our hearts as a monument of our
devotion to you" NW 27th ave., died at Jackson
Your loving daughter, Hospital on Dec. 19. She is surv.vid 1Hour
Trances A. McKinney R.N. ; by her husband, George, Cleaning
and three children. She was
liipprtj! on Tuesday, Dec 23 to
CARD OF THANKSThe juitmau! Ga where final rites
and burial will be held

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Children and grand children .-1 .4
JAMES SMITH
Key West Fla. I wish to thank their many friends New Mope, ea.\ ...-?..... OOc I'okeno Sets ................ ::.98
and for cards letters
neighbors ,
IN MEMORIAMSacred telegrams, flowers and other Dress Materials, jd .... &'k: Hair Flowers, ea. ........ 25Nlon '

to the of I expressions of sympathy extended Stocking ....,....... 70c Panties, ..
memory our "'" : pr .............-... :29cItattenis ,
dear departed loved one during Illness and bereavement.May ',oj'. ,.l, ..
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t 3 Rooms of Fine .NEW \.' (DUPLICATE SERIES 50 cents) .$28< .00 .


who entered CLIFFORD into eternal RICH rest, Furniture, Complete 4. Beginning Dec. 13 Thru Dec. 27

j St Dec. 27, 1957.
(2 to 10 )
No one saw the door that opened 95 p.m. p.m.
.As be passed beyond our call
I i Softly as the dropping petals, $ J 99 Health

One by one our loved ones fall, $12.00 a Month Reactivation
But the tqemory of these loved
i oliN' Gorgeous 9x12 rugs, $17.00 each. One to a customer Center
Like'"the fragrance of the rose,
God sends to linger with us See Estelle Brady at once. She will make this the 276 N.W. 6th St. (Suite 118)

Until our..own life's door,
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SATURDAY DECEMBER 27 1958 'PAGE'13If :
a.m. with Bernard Johnson pre .

siding. Classes took their respective J '5PersonalMention ,.
V paces: with the teachers _. ., 1 ill
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b'1 at their posts. The lesson was iui ,r -I
reviewed by :Mr. Johnson. We
i were happy to sac our return Hermon Clark of Detroit, Mich The ,New
students from school and want made a flight to Miami this weekto
know that spend the Christmas holidayswith
them to we were
praying for them. his wife, Mrs. Louvenia BEmLEEAPARimiS I
Clark, and his sister In-law, Mrs.
Services at 11 the
began a.m.,
Anna McDonald. Old friends
J
pastor officiating. lie preached will find him at the beautiful
from Matthew 1 ; theme, "His home of Mrs. McDonald, 1001
Name Shall be Called Emmanuel .
NW, 64th St. Wish you a
WANTED ...... ""'"' ." Our pastor preached as never HAPPY NEW YEAR

HELP WANTED before, and everyone was and invite to .<, .
you
- biased and spiritually uplifted.No Hilton "Deans" Role: is dowr
H'GHEST BEACH WAGES paM Broward 1 choir rendered music with front Phllly with his wife to
to D"1'IIP( TrtMrt$ *, coot to lire In A Gala ConcertAnd
their organist and No. 2 usher spend the holidays with aunt,
or out. Handymen artd porters, County served. I Lillian\ Farrington. 329 NW 10tt Puppet Show
experienced, pettln $U. Hotel St.
mold' some six! -4Ry'-kt' $35. NewsBy The 7 p.m. devotion was led< SUN. DEC. 28th

We will: tfvrf $2.00"'''transporta by the pastor. He preached from I 3
Lion to any hostess bringing usa Micah 7-7: ; subject "Three p.m.
Quentin North and son, Kevin, FREE CANDIES
live-'to jrirl we place. Salaries Promises" Everyone was touchedby.
$35.$50 Weekly. (Come early In Walter Bow. the Holy Spirit. Both choirs left this week for Washington, CAKES GIFTS AND
the morning with Tour clothes.) D.C. to spend the holidays with
OTHER GOODIES
rendered music with Mrs. U.
his aunt, Mrs. Edith Wars
Sen Mrs. Mac at
Hires at the organ. I
RELIABLE EMPLOYMENTAND ---------------1" We are sorry to learn that 680 NW 15th St.

NURSING SERVICE corporate Saturday c. I Mrs. Sarah Ferment Is in the William "Capt. Hill" Deveaux Near Seaboard R.R.
O2 Espanola Way on the Beach
voters within three votE'Sor
came
hospital. We are praying that planed out Wednesday for Nas
approving the incorporation she and others will have a I sau for the holiday weekend lie Look for the pennantsand
Hotel Needed Now! It was stated that improper use speedy reclvery. returns on Tuesday! to his duties multicolor flags
of the voting machines made
as printing apprentice at the Ml
Maid them fan short of 21 votes. I
Experienced porter $50 NEW MT. CALVARYRev. ami Times L
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$35. Housemen, beMmaij. handymen
Domestic Jobs available,I Fred Seymour, better knownas W P. Tarpley, pastor :a.I .
Freddie, returned home In
living in or out. Any hostess receive Edna E. Thompson\ reporter"O
Carver Ranches on Monday I
$2.00 transportation for
night, after spending, three give thanks unto the Lord
bringing us a live ,in girl we can .
months at Tennesse State College WCarver Hotel
for He Is good; for His mercy
clothes and
place. Bring coma of "
lie is the son Mr. and endureth forever
early. Mrs. Melvin Seymour with whomhe
Uniformed day workers make We began our service with tho
will spend the holidays.
$7.50 for 8 hours. ,See Mae at Sunday School which began at Room

Reliable. 432 Espanola, Mlam Willie James Daniels has been 9:45: am. with the superintendent Dining
Beach. D27 discharged from the Army and In charge All teachers were

arrived in Carver Ranches from present and their classes were ..
Help WantedCITY overseas: on Dec 19 He is living fully attended. Then the lesson OPEN DAILY 7 A.M. 11 p.m.
with his parents. was reviewed by Rev J. I.
OF MIAMI CIVIL SERVICE .
Goodman Serving Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.,
FEMALE Yours Truly sends best wishesto At 11 am. the devotion was
competitive exam for all his friends and readers.
conducted by Deacon Mann The
RECREATION SUPERVISOR: I May you have a happy and prosperous music furnished by the No. one FOOD. BY LULA
$266 month, 40 hour week. AGE: I New Year.DRESSES .
choir who
: Then ,
Over 21. Two college training sang wonderfully
Physical years ; Rev Goodman, rendered the Serving the best Steaks Chops Chicken

year in. college training Education in :Phy or.one ..................-....................-.... morning's message! "lie Ye ,

steal' Education plus one year Tranform by the Renewing of Corner N.W. 9th ,St. and 3rd Ave.A7171 .
experience; In recreation super FOR SALE Your Mind" found Psalm 12:2.

vision; or high school'! graduation At 5:30: p.m. we had BTU with

p'us two years experience in rec. dresses the president! In charge. Then 9BHnHHHH HHMHHl lHMmHMVHR HHHHRRMHEBHHHMHiHMHiHHHlH HHH
Sacrificing sportswear -
reatlon supervision. Resident' of we had a very Interesting program '
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Dade County one year. Apply swim suits and sweat about the coming of Christ
3318 Pan American Drive. : Sunday night the devotion war

ers. Sample closeouts. Sizes conducted by Deacon MurphyThe Happy New Year
FOR RENTLovely music Will furnished by the
10-12.14 only. Below wholesale -' No two choir. Then our pastot
came forth and delvered: the _
furnished
house with completely two bedrooms, Florida prices. sermon. -
The public is always welcometo BlancheGalloway
room plus car porte with beau rT
Mful landscaping. In the heart of Call UN 6-3096 come time/and worship with us at :

Edison Center. It Is an Ideal ...........................................1 any
race for quiet and comfortable
living See .7U17171717t)1A>t7171717171a11171117T>v 7171A717a 1AAlt>f17t?A7a7i717 aaaaaa aa r
It at 83fi NW 65th St.
Adults only. Must be experiencedIn
taking care of a good home. rt'y
Phone PL 8-0792. Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Hawkins Presents
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Nice furnished' room In Floral And Daughter, Anna Jean ,
Park, 1928 NW 59th St. I t Y "The

1018 N.W. Second Avenue
MODERN bedroom apt., stove
refrigerator and water, quiet. i
Inquire 844 NW 70th lit apt. 5 Extend Season's GreetingsTo Star
NA 16953. '

NICE FURNISHED room In all of their patrons and friends

Bunche Park section of 0 p a Affairs

Locka. For single man only. For May The New Year be Happy And
information call NA 16654.

r' Prosperous For You of 1959"I1LANCIIK

FOR SALE CALLOWAV

LOT Reasonable ,price. Nassau tKlIKK KKK1KK'C[tTRKKIK It1[ K1t'i'R KKKTKIT1tIRKKKIKtII9af171ltlttilA

Village. Front Wolf n, ad- Doth- a 71717171 aaa 7111717171717t717t)17a7o717171717171a711t717171ao717171xat 1f1A Don't Miss The Gala New Year's Party
el 8unartessnit NWlSth ave.
I1.pueQX:1.5765r. Free hats, favors and noise makers to all
\ The Proprietors, Management and Employees of
GREET THE NEW YEAR WITH THEj"
FOR SALE TheRockland


50x150 on SE. DEERFIEIJD 2nd Ct. East> pEACH of SJ5. Is K Best Show In TownAN

Terr. Terms. Call Miami- .FRank- Palace
1/q 7-4812' ' tad


WANTED Extend Best Wishes For a j" ENTIRE I


BUTCHER who can Happy and Most Prosperous Cuban Review
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sell groceries ,
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Gonzalez Cuban Market1116"NW rur far .
!Direct From Havana, Cuba I
3rd Ave. :
'First Time in America
To All of its Customers and Friend
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Beautiful Girls, Singers, Dancers
FIRST UNITARIAN .
I 2 BIG BANDS
"Go itp and Possess The
Land" will M the i rnv>n sub- 829 NW. 2nd AvenueThe
J"f>t of tl* RCT. Glenn 0. Can- JIM JAM
f-'( First Unit CLUBL
r'an. minister Church of located the on Dixie Finest Beverages, Liquors and FoodsAt ,

n' hwa1 it SW 2 Uh Road, on Popular Prices !l }"

Snndav. Je(1 28, lla.nt j 75th Phone
Following the service the PTAj I 1900 N.W. St. ,PL S 9-8651 \ :

will hold a luncheon-meetlnir. The OPEN TIL 5 A.M.
Make Your New Year's Eve Rei.rvlion
program will Include a discussion .aIy

panel of of1 liberal teenagers.religion by a .." lC"" '...... ..,.... IItoICI.. roipOPPPPPPCTPCTlCea.. !


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GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. P1(8ttC" "tCtCSeason's \

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Eddie Edwards, clerk GreetingsWILLIAM ,

Sunday School............... 9:30: am
Morning worship .... ........ HOC:
Westminster Fellowship .... 6 p.m r- __ I -
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3078 N.W. 45th St. YOUHELP

Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor PAGE 14 SATU IDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1958

Sunday School ...?.-.... 9:31: ajn.Morndnf .
\ Service ............ 11 ajn RED CROSS
BTU ................................ 5:30: pjn THE INCARNATION TEACH
Evening Service ............ 7:30: pan CORINTH BAPTISTMeets
Prayer Service, Thun. 7:30: ,.m. 1835 N.W. 58th Strut = FIRST
Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar very 2nd ana 4th Sundayat AID M
Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER Veronica O'Berry, reporter Church.

N.W. 4th Ave. and 11th Terr. Winter. Schedule Sunday School..................... WO:
Phone Fit t-1424 Sundays: Morning worship ............. 11:3t .
MASSES Church School and Evening Service ................. TdC: -

Daily ............................... t amSunday Adult Bible Class .... 9:30: ajn. Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor
........ 7 a.m. It 1:39: aJn, Solemn Sung Mass and and successful; gospel preacher IIKPHURX
Sermon ......._........... 11:00: a.m.
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY Confirmation Instruction for FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST William A. Hepburn, popular
Children .......?........... 5 p.m.E. ly known as "Uncle: Bill," ex .
Mrs. Esther Davison of 276 Y. C. Meeting ........ 6:00: p.m. Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor BY GIVING TO YOUR tends a' happy holiday season to
NE 98th St., Miami Shores, will Solemn Evensong and Claudia! Wilson, reporterWe UNITED FUND his many friends Mr. Hepburn,

speak at the Baha'l Center, 137 Sermon ......... ............. 7:30 p.m. were blessed to enjoy an. a popular fraternal business man,
NW 11th Ave., 7:45: p.m. Sun- Tuesday: other spiritually-filled day in the Fn -has played Santa Claus to kids
day, Dec. 28. Her subject will be St. Vincent's Acolyte Guild spirit of the Lord beginningwith KEEP HAIR of this area for many years. He

"A Better Understanding of Rehearsal .................... 5:30: p.m. our Sunday School. The GOING SAC t has passed out hundreds of
Oneself" All races and faiths Wednesday: morning message was deliveredby I I ...NOliE"HA.R WINO .ACK" 'kOIlLIMo'.kAtN.: .. pounds of candles, cookes to
are cordially invited. Low Mass .................... 6:30: a.m. our pastor. Text: Galatlons PEUPIRATION..NOTHINO WATER REPELLENT: PERSULAN: AFFECTS PRESSING A WONDERFUL OIL: HAW scores of little boys and girls,
Evensong and Meeting of 4:4. Theme: God sent for k His BO,..TOUR HAW GLITTERS: ANDSWHESrOR' : WEEK who enjoy his annual gifts. This
Guild of Our Lady... 8:00: p.m. ..LLNADIL 10 HATU""IoL' LOFT AND NOT GLLALTPLLEULAN of will
ST. MATTHEW FREEWILL: WATER IIIPEIoLENT: PKLOLINOOIL: CON.rAIN' year's pass-out goodies
Thursday: Son.The evening message was de MilE "&.laiNE,,. ASK TOOL .r.AtlTlC..N ORIR000IITI take place at Bill's Combination
408 N.W. 21st Street The Choir of St. Michael's i I It .:! I IJ7J"Stl.:1n
livered by Rev. C. Love. Text: Grocery, 1224 NW 3rd ave. All
Rev. J. B. Woodley, pastor And All Angels 137th Psalm. Theme: Singing. ; 'i children are invited.
Rehearsal .................... 5:30 p.m.
Sunday School began at 10:00: Friday: Both messages were delivered r PRESSING "
a.,m. by Bro. Parker. Topic, St. Cecelia's Choir with much power. 4fckU UMUTOIIU INC....'. Ml.>W M.... r' .' IIIII: ce cxeRc tat(a eat" c cat
The No. and Junior choirs I
one
"Jesus Birthday. The morning Rehearsal .......... 8:00: pia
service began at 11 a.m. by Deacon rendered music during th<*
Shotwell. Our pastor gave as NOTE: Sundays, Solemn Mass morning The No. two choir was
a wonderful sweet message.At High Mass and Benediction. ol active during the evening We
3 p.m. the No. 2 usher the Blessed Sacrament on All enjoyed an inspired BTU lessonat Rejected Automobile InsuranceIf
board had their first anniversary. Feast Days.Weekends. 5:30: p-m. The No. 3 usher
Thanks to all who attended. : Low mass on all board was in charge of the day's other companies don't want it, we can. place it.
Then the YPCL was called to holy and Saints' Days. activities.We Our excellent insurance facilities permit us to 'place

order at 6:20: by Sister Peterson. Solemn Sung Mass 6 a.m. on acknowledge the presenceof this type of business, so phone us if you can't place it.
The night service was called to all Feast Days.GREATER all our visitors and extend a .
order at 7 p.m. by Deacon Cooper warm welcome for them to come
federal Insurance
Rev. Woodley. gave us another NEW BETHELRev. again. Continue in prayer for Agency
wonderful our sick.Ushers.
The No. message.1 choir rendered the W. K. Smith, pastor CHARLES J. PISTORINO, Agent

music for the day and night. Mrs. R. Conley, clerk Union 213 "N.E. 2nd Avenue Phone FR3-8146

T Christmas Carols that sing

ST. MATTHEW AMEZ out the glorious event that took Monthly ProgramAll I
place on earth nineteen hundredand
1628 N.W. 5th Ave.
fifty-eight which
Rev. A. H. Ferguson, pastor years ago officers and members of
.
brought peace on earth and good
Sunday School .............. 9:45: a.zn will toward man was sang by the Junior and Senior Ushers
Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m choirs at Greater New Bethel as Union Association are urged to
Evening worship ............ 7:30 pja the pastor delivered the Christmas be present at its monthly program
to be held Sunday, Dec. 28
message from the 2nd chapter
at 3 p.m. sharp.
NKW HOPE of St Luke and the 7th

Services on last Sunday were at verse and Revelation :3:2. Ills The program will be held between -
its most spiritual and: heartwarming subject was, "He is Still St. Matthews Freewill
best, beginning with Sunday Knocking, Open The Door and Baptist Church senior usher
Let The of Salvation In." board.
School at 9:30 a.m. and followedby Joy ,

our wonderful morning church The evening message was tak Activities take place at St y . ; i'
service with our own beloved en from the first chapter of St. Matthew Freewill Baptist, NW
pastor in charge. He brought to Luke and the 35th verse. 21st at. at 4th court.
us a message that is long to be Advanced thanks for your co
remembered in the hearts and The Christ spirit has been operation.
minds of everyone that was dwelling very high at Bethel
present, subject, "How Shall w. during' the entire yuletide sea A Merry Christmas and a Hap
Escape if we Neglect so Great & son as auxiliaries staged special py New Year is extended tb all
Salvation?" He took his text: programs, in honor of Christ who pastors and churches from the
from, the Book of Hebrew 2:3: was born the Saviour of the Ushers Union Association I
and then in our 7 o'clock ser world. The programs were fol Dea. David Hudson, Pres.
vices to close out another of lowed by free Christmas dinners Rev. J. B. Woodley, pastor '
God's Day we were spiritually inspired I for all attending the programs. Mrs. Tommie Ellison, Rep. ,.,.. : !F
by another great minis As the old year goes out and el
ter, Rev. M. S. Smith of Tuskegee the New Year comes forward,
Ala., who brought to us a message Greater New Bethel Is certainly I
subject "Two Lights a In a state of Thanksgiving. Drive Carefully
Little One And "
Sunday a Big One. 1III'I'I'C1I1I1I.....c.smc.. c lIl111111111l1ft1C11..IOIIIC'IICII..a......
coming services will l
begin at the usual time. HOP AT I
We would. like to remind our
members and friends that our

Christmas exercises will be held Barkley's Cut RateWHERE I
on Friday night, Dec. 26 and \ \
.4 during our 11 o'clock services
I baptism will be conducted by the QUALITY LIES

pastor, and beginning the first .
Sunday in January and every 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. fR 4-2376 4
Sunday thereafter our evening
services will begin a 6 o'clock In. II
t stead of 7 o'clock. As always y ti /
,
extend we CHRISTMAS ITEMS Waste Baskets. ........... 69*
an open invitation to the

public to come and worship with Dolls ............... 8.49' 4.08 Roasters ........ 1.19 &: 8.08

i'I us.' You are always welcomes Horns and Tea BeU Breakfast Sets I

-c. + TRINITY, WESLEYANRev Christmas Lights (16 pcs.) .._........... 4.89 2.

79* to 3.49Holster FALL MEDICINES

\ 1; George E. Johnson, pastor Sets....... 08* 7.5O:
Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter Father John .... 75* A 1.35
Sunday; School................... I a.m Christmas Snow and ,
Morning worship ...................11OC: Icicle ............... 10* 25* Swamp Root .... .75* A 1.35

Young People's Meeting 5 p.m. Plastic Juice Sots ....... 69* Camera Sets ..? 4.98 0.05 MR. DENNIS SMITH

,( ST. JAMES BAPTIST Renting Service and Investments

BTU _...__...-....-.. *:3 PJB SHOP AT BARKLEY'S EVERY WEEK
'' Evening Worsulp ..--... 7:30 pj& Extends the Season's Greetings to
',,. Visitors always welcome Where Price Are Right All His Patrons and Friends
_ Sunday School .-i-.. 9:30: a.... 1201 N.W. 3rd Avenue
Worship 11:00: a.m 1295 N.W. 67th Street Phone PL 1.1756
Moraings N.W, 11th 8t.Rtv. We Deliver Call FR 3-9458 or FR 42376ABlMiMlllMiMlMaiMlllMll

Sunday J- L. Johnson pastor ...... .............._..."'...... !' aaa a a

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"

C4LDAR OF Supreme Court .
Ruling SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1958 PAGE 15

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: Seen as Aid to Filing TRAVEL FILMS I Beautiful HomeOn

Large Lot

r AT MAIN LIBRARYTravel .

Bias SuitsNEW Your lot can be a paymenton
1 with the Miami Public
A party of scientists from three Library as Olt continues the travel this 3-bedroom, 2-bath
affiliates of the Standard Oil film series, "Travel MPL",
Co. of New Jersey has begun an YORK A Supreme will ''be more difficult for state around the world in 11 weeks. 1331 N.W. 56th St.
Court ruling; reversing lower officials to resist law suits
intensive examination; of a re- a
On January 8, the films; will
court decision which had dismissed brought' Negroes f Open 3.5 p.m.
markable oil deposit in eastern by seeking to take us from the Caribbean Sea
Venezuela. The oil is a mere five a suit challenging segregation end segregation. There Is now through the Panama Canal Zoneto Baron JE 8-1340
In buses In Memphis was little that these I
possibility officials
to ten thousand years old, which the Day of Panama. They'
means that it is still in the hailed here today as "highly slgnlflcant" can succeed in having these will then travel throughout the
embryonic stages of development. by Robert L. Carter, cases thrown out by the presentation enchanting continent of South
Thus the discovery has providedthe NAACP general counsel, who, of evidence that the lawsuit America stopping to view briefly
first opportunity in historyto together with Ii. T. Lickard, med Is being financed by the glorious vistas in various
observe nature in the act of the suit on behalf of O. S. NAACP, and that the complainant of the countries. Complete parts film J. B. SMITH
creating an oil reservoir. Evers of !Memphis. has instituted it for the specific showings will be presented at 1,
Mr. Evers brought suit .In the purpose of challenging the 3:30: and 8 p.m. ELECTRICSERVICE
According "to the Department United States District Court In I constitutionality of some statute Admissions to the film show-
John XXIII is the first cigarette Tennessee attacking the constitutionality I II which he considers contrary to Ings are by free tickets available
smoking Pope. The Pontiff I' of the Tennessee statute his Interests." for as long ns they last, at
smokes two each day. requiring segregation of the 6 p.m. Monday, Jan. 5; at the Electrical Contractor
races on street cars and buses ''
FLOATING DICE Main Library Tickets may also
He had been I HOUSEWIRING
arrested and ejected
ARccordlng to the be obtained
Departmentof at their branch libraries
from a Memphis bus when he i GAME HAD
Commerce, the average size of by requesting them in "Don't CUM Call us"
families, refused to abide by the law. The advance.
statistically, is 3.65
persons. Rural farm families district court ruled that no act $13,000 POT PHONE NE 5.3058
ual controversy existed inasmuchas nOSTON (ANP) Capt.
were the largest, with an average
of 4.08. The total number of Mr. Evers was not a regular John J. Slattery, several deter Night or Daycrs
families as of last March patron of the bus line, that he 'fives and 15 patrolmen forcibly Drive Carefully!
was I
43,700,000. had boarded the bus solely for [I I Interrupted n floating dice game
the purpose of bringing a suit, i iHf at the so called "South End
tl. S. News and World was not. the court said, rep1 1 Democratic Cub; ," last week The I w
Report resentatlve of the class of colored i club has no political connections.1"!
says, in its issue of November
28 : "The business citizens who regu.arly; used the Twenty-nine news-shy players, j I i
recovery, after . city buses for transportation. | who had more than $13,000 In
several months of rapid progress The Supreme Court, on Dec. 15, 'their pockets, were booted !In.I'
is
now running into some reversed the district court's de! ., I Iclskm naming charges. I
trouble. The trouble comes in the and held that Mr. Evers Two others defaulted on a $25
form of strikes, which tie up did not have to continue to ride 'ball and were being sought by
factories, cause cancellations of the Memphis buses at the risk 1 police. ,
orders for supplies, and cut offworkers' of bring arrested for violation of L
pay for days or even the Jim Crow law in order to be i t ?

weeks. able to challenge the constitu- ,( Civic Theatre Guild I :.
tlonality of the law. The tact' that .rr'jr
Adult Classes in Dance and
Fortune magazine forecasts he
a "may have boarded this par- 6
spectacular boom in capital( tlcular bus for the purpose of Drama 1
spending during the next two Instituting this litigation Is not v ; ; 1 1r ? ;,?

years. According to it. even conservative significant," the Court ruled LEARN TO DANCE U
estimates show that the Reversal was based on these r J
total capital goods market by grounds. The Supreme/ Court (Don Htriu-luin'. Party Time) ( r
the second quarter of 1961 probably then remanded the case to the MAMIIO CALYPSO C11ArilA
will amount to a record district court with Instructionsto CIIA. MODKIIX DANCH:
$53 billion a year 30 percent decide the cane on Its mettle IN JAZZ IIAI.MIOO.M. SO NT.HTYLINO _.

above the current market.It "What this decision means," PltKPAKATIONKOK .
Mr. Carter NITS CLtm AK11O
explained "Is that It
is reported that the govern CUBAN I -
Ur
ment-owned company which operates
Britain's socialized railways sonnel shortage by employingthe Children's Theatre
wl.l;! have an operational handicapped and the elderly.:
deficit of $130 million this year A study made at the Albert 4820 N.W. 27th Ave.

-" ar above the losses of the last Einstein Medical Center shows IM'OKMATIOX" w'
two years. that the wdrk records and -
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achievements of the disabled often \: .4

General C. P. Cabel, Deputy surpass those of normal PIItKCTOK nON HTIIACIIA.V Ce ,-. -,.."", -

Director of Central Intelligence, personnel. '.._ _J:. --
states: "The Communist( international -". ,

propaganda apparatus, for EVANS1 DINING ROOM
sheer magnitude, is unique In NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
world history. It takes
many 6713 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone OX 1-9705
forms and assumes dis
many
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broadcasting nearly 900 frhl ; fx'aItfh rrxtqzrrhfzv frZlr rlcVfVtiVhslb

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by the local Commun A Ion 7." Francis, Director and ICmbalmer
1st Parties. There are the Communist I KATIE TAYIXm Manager Dr. J. M. Smith and Mrs. Evelyn DOCKS Evans

front organizations, both Business Associates
International and local . Right
here in the United States there Mrs Elizabeth Espy Johnson, JhwineM Manager

are . hundreds of Commun1st Nx| doiM Modern CtufwiJ and Slumber Room

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By DAVE (Mr. 8wln )' DONDU .

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f! ly SEEN Santa Claus. Thank you
FROM this end* for them, your community and
of the pen . .f, for myself for helping make thisa
we hope you had* better Christmas for these
a joyous Xmas families r
Photo ::.110\\8'a iwtlon of the
and that your
New Year will! DISHING THE DIRT REPT.J smile on the faces of the person have what I work for and live nearly 300 representative citizens
,be a happy one. Last week some chick got In the who Is waiting on you and a in peace, without hate and malicein who attended the testimonial
. The reason Big M's way and almost got mu genuine interest in helping you my heart for my fellowman, banquet for John C. Calhoun,
we didn't publish tilated . Seems two chicks get the best of what you want. and without hate and malice in retiring president of the Atlanta
the tally on* from N.Y., one an ofay, got bust In other words, where they treatus his heart for me . As always, Jlarnch NAACP in the Phyllis
our unofficial] ed for heisting a lady's wrist. like "people." I say: }rive life, every golden Wht"atley'ranfh YWCA last
Mayor's poll was watch . One girl dancer triedto minute of It. Peace . And as week. Prince Hall Grand Master
because of the KONDU pull a dutch act at the Cafe -- an added thought since this is John Wesley Dobbs served! as
Society . and how about that l'ltA YEn and a rood ;resolu the Happy (Season . a Happy chairman of the sponsoring committee
Classic Weekend and I goofedthe tion for the New .
Year: Lord, IInllfrll.! Minna A. Gal-
dame who the to
the came on scene New Year o y'all and PEACE
copy. Anyway here Is find her husband and another help me to keep jny nose out of houn, of Grec'm'Irtt, H. C., *was
score: dame's husband playing Romeo other people's business, and "at. ON EARTH GOOD WILL TO present' to see her son honored.
Father Gibson 56, Slim Ban and Juliette tend to my own so that I may WARD MAN Photo by Kelly.;

nlster 47, Dr. Ira Davis, 43, B. ii=g ........,..............................,........................,'. .
N. Taylor, 41, Atty. Henry AT- POLICEMAN of The Week: 21 ------.:.:._-.:...-. ..-..............l.:....:.!:..........:......:.::.....V.......:..;;..-.-...1.._,.11....,-V....-..V...-.-..@...-.:..;::..-.,:..;;...,-......,11.......:!.:........V......V.....l.:...l..:..,l..:....l.:."......l.:...1.....=:!:t tkl
rlngton 38, Bill Kimbro 34, Atty. Otis Davis . Pretty Girl of the
G. E. Graves 32, Dr. J. O, Brown Week: Bonnie Mloheal . Ilt Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From F!
29, Charles Hadley 22. Teacher of the Week: Mrs. Mar I
Flash! Miami Carver Hotel garet Adams. f ltd

manager Eddie Williams and CELIU IN TOWN The iUi VISIT OR CALL TODAY. PL 7-1645 IK
popular beautician Louise Daniels Red Caps, George Kitty, Cab . ,
will walk the middle aisle the Calloway, Dizzy Jones into the 'n'
end of this month. We wish much Peep Room at the Copa; Stanley lei' J1! .
success to the couple. Gaines has moved to Porky's. 2t
Hide.a-way in Fort Lauderdale t
LAST WEEK We collected Curt' Harmon at the Grate, on n @
money from different businessmen the Beach; C. Major into the Sir jtl tr"
in our area so that some John Lounge; Flip Wilson also lt M P 4 + 1 L
groceries could be bought and at Porky's . Jimmy Hayek at I 1 yn'x P t 'jtjt'
given to needy families on the Jim Jam Club, will presenta @
,
helluva show for the holidays frl j ,
Christmas Day. Nat and Sonny of I w ,
the Downtown Barber Shop, wenl . of course, starring Chlckle ir ti rlt.
with us to deliver the food and Horne and Blanch Calloway will @
our thanks goes to Sammy be on handto" see that you havea r; It
Wright, $1.00: Southland Clean comfortable seat. Call PLaza q
ers, $2.00; Mo's Liquor and 98651 for your reservations for sjtt JLr f fIt
Lounge $2.00; Curt Harmon, New Year's Eve. ; I jtJ
$2.00; Clyde Klllens $2.00; Nat
and Sonny $4.00; Band Bo HEY, Don't forget about the ,
Barber Shop $1.00; Mary'sHouse big benefit show on Jan. 7 at the P
of Beauty $1.00; Famous Jim Jam. The show Is being given -
Chef $2.00; Atty. Arrington for the Jim Dooley Fishing
$2.00; Garth Reeves $2. Club so that our boys and girls
can all see the big circus that's
coming to town. This will help 11
IT IS A heartwarming thingto those who cannot buy tickets 1
have merchants and citizens themselves,. Ed Cook, King Coleman -
give so freely to help others who and Butterball will head the
are less fortunate. The real Joy committee, of entertainment,
Is in seeing, the gratitude of Tickets will be sold at the door
these people. Your Christmas .and every ticket you 'buy will 4 I WHY PAY RENT ?
would be more enjoyable if eac"h help a child see this great circus. !t
#
of you could go along to deliver It's for a good cause. you
these groceries and see the child will see a good show! . and f i
ren in these families with a light It's about time' all of Miami i2 jtl i

in their eyes as If they had real. thing.pitched This in and could helped be a on tremen some terry Xmas attfc t A iijuppy New 'par

dous thing if the club was pack
ed for these children. "TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS" i if'i
Classic Fans Give

$2,221 to YMCAOrange Cheery bells of Christmas, chiming bright and clear bring all: joy i iD
ANOTHER PLACE we've foundIn and gladness now and all the year.K
Blossom Classic football our travels around town thatIs
fans fair in prices and gives good "
gave $2,221.63 duringa '
service is a Firestone Store . [
halftime
the YMCA collection for development taken for of especially the one at 12th ave. $295 DOWN $695 DOWN iH

their new building. BTW high at Flagler st. Now I say especlally For these brand new 3bedroomCBS .f
3-bedroom
students because that Is the one we Brown Sub. Large .tJ
Williams under made principal the collection.CharlesL. happened to go in. We are sure homes. Move in before New. fenced in landscaped lot. Front and
that the prices are scaled for all Year. City water, paved streets, rear screen porches. Clean nice
,
of their stores, but I found North Miami Beach Beauties. See
everyone very nice and helpful.NO I' area. Close .to bus and schools.
CLEANING 1563 1573 1583 NE 152nd St.
they do not pay me for plugs Good buy.
WILLIE HARRIS for these different things I 'pas I
on 'to you. I like to give credit
Specializing in Cleaning and where credit Is due, and want $495 DOWN
Waxing Floors, Homes and you to know where we are welcome Brown Sub 2-bedroom, clean, nice New 3-bedroom 2 baths, CBS. i
Offices 2970 NW with the attitude that we Just finishing this gorgeous custom tJr
2IBth St., Opa ,4
all fenced large landscaped
4 Locka are customers, like' anyone else, area, built home in Liberty City. 'For.the, '
phone NO 10307.
r and where you can buy what you lot, Low monthly. particular buyer. Separate Urge

need, reasonably . with a I Florida room, carport, on extra'- 6CR,, ......

$895 DOWN) : large lot, shower doors in both

bedroom, 'new roof, newly paint bath rooms. Built in 'oven and .
Large bedrooms I
TV SICK ? range. separate
ed in and out. Large lot. Land dining area. A beauty. Only $2000
,i i scaped. One mortgage to pay. See down.
1427'' NW 58th. Terrace.

Then dial FR 4. 04+-9 a.m. to 9 p.m., : ... ". .:. "' ':.. -_ :- B j .
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SAME DAY SERVICEALL S- .$795 ,DOWN.6pa .,, : .: $2500. DOWN'

MAKES -- ALL MODELS M. Locka.. Brand" .ne'w: 3-bedroom< :For. ihiIo ei; .CBS home east of <(

& CBS homes .with tile roof. Buit-in| NW 17th ave. City water, paved

1\ jcfure''. .Tube. ciI i oven and range. Large lot on, the streets and sidewalks Lovttt ., .

,, ; .,, !,., C U. Qw uyf rlear; tpor-'umi.hed; Kit{hen;,'t '
;' lThich22.95 .. ;21..tncL-429.9t; : ,.'::1ul ds'ools;,.Sea 55 is Rorid rooms Front enclosedporch :; !J'4
....
1 .. e. tween! NW' 17th'and '',:NW J8tH hardwood floors. For one -'
.
t p A vet. "who prefers a nice home. This is

; ,LATCH ON TO THIS BARGAIN*' it!II! Priced right. Payments as. low V't :

.'* '. List Your Lots for Quick ,Sale. as rental. Will not be for long. X
t' ",' Used 17-inch: TV--Good condition: 39.95 .

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