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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: September 5, 1959
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028321
Volume ID: VID00666
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 2264129
isbn - 0739-0319

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sty i of Florida Medical "': I

Lawyer Nabbed in School Sept. 15. '". _. ':' ft"-

The- mane ci the girl wast not :
b r revealed but ,university officials'.

!. ; -h look for her to be on.. hand |fOr .
Dope CrackdownCHICAGO registration. 1"' VHg _' t.
i George Starke fifst Negro ad- ; .4
- mUted to the university wffT return
Edward Richard-I Agents said the ring had been I
..although he completed- ,
Fri / ; Y h :/a tr son Gayles a Negro based on Chicago's South and first year's work on probation. "i'
: from 1950 to 1932: a federal narcotics West Sides since 1953 "
ii agent was Indicted by a I The University of Florida also <
federal grand Jury Thursday. He The ring's ,tentacles reachedcut may have some integration at its: .
was charged with tipping off a from Chicago to Gary, Ind' night school as it did last year.

. ,. _;_______ t coast-to-ooast dope ring to police Detroit Angeles Cleveland and Miami, Los Mrs. Daphne' Duval, high schoolteacher .
--- iTha ---- --- plans.In San Francisco, he from Gainesville, took:
George W. Carver YMCA is located in an Inte- the same action three crack said. in-service training instruction "

grated neighborhood near the controversial Orchard Villa detectives were arraigned on during night classes and attended .*
School. And when word went the Residence charges of protecting and woifc- the current' summer session
outt/or Campat I
ing with the ring. Your Vote is Neededto
Lake Placid August 22-29 boys of all ages and colors The four were among 21 per- Other Negroes who attended f
scrambled for an opportunity to attend the one-week sons dndicted in a move hailed by fight the forces that seek summer classes at Florida were
Times' 'Johnson the Justice Department as the : Vera Mae Alexander Iteddick;
'camp. photographer Frank this Class
caught Second
to keep you a
death blow to one at the nation's Rayfield M. McGhee, Gainesville;'
group of integrated/ youth boarding the, bus for the ride largest heroin and cocaine opera- Citizen. Ella M. Minis, Tampa, and Julia
to Lake:Placid tins. L.. Cosby, Gainesville

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Jackie Robinson May Be Althea Gibson Wins '

'a T tle''
Pan-Am Tennis

First Baseball . tkr A .11
Negro ManagerA CHICAGO Althea Gibson set which she was losing 25. She -'
Thursday' swept aside Yolanda then proceeded to win five
Ramlrez of Mexico 6-4, 7-5 to become straight gomes to capture the set
franchise for the proposed I Brooklyn Dodgers star and first the first USA woman player and match."I .
third major baseball league has I Negro! to play in the major J---w. to win a Pan-American singles have no immediate plans to
been for of ; has to turn ," said the former Wim
applied by a group leagues, agreed managethe tennis crc+tivst. pro
business men in Montreal, Cana- Montreal entry in the new J The 32-year-old' New Yorkers bledon champion. "But If the offer -
da, and already search is being Continental League if be gets a crushing victory .followed Chilean is attractive enough I will,
made for a manager. .I partnership in the club. The Luis Ayala's 6-4, 6-1. 6-3 defeat accept.
Bill Richman a building contractor names of those backing the team of Canada's Bob Bedard for the "Eight, ;.now I clan to go back:
said that Jackie Robinson I cannot ':yet be disclosed and '1 -" men's chamcdonshlp. &into"retirement. JMy year of retirement
former Montreal Royals and they ha ¬ made a decision. Althea, who Is expected to is not up until after
,::4 turn professional Jon: and go on Forest Hills and I'm skipping the
i.r"t " tour had to rally In the second Nationals there."

Liberty City Streetsto ,

I .. ,.. 28 Students Enroll -

be RebuiltThe .

at Orchard Villa
city is planning a 'low cost
residential street paving improve I 0
public meeting on September
ment as cart of a city-wide pro- at 8 p.m. at the Liberty Square Parents Map ;Plans. Brownsville area where the
gram. Approximately 12 miles odthe Community Building 6304 NW neighborhood was making a rapid
streets are proposed to be 14th ave,' to' explain this projectin For Fight changeover for storage space Instead
detail and to answer questions. of giving the school over

Streets that presently have a Persons .'wishing to contact the Negro parents of six-year-olds to Negroes.

.., gcod foundation with a worn or office at Dinner Key may call iBlshcp Josoh 'Kemp( well living dn the Orchard Villa area ARKANSAS
temporary surface will be recadamized. ; known pastor of the Church of took their children to the nearest
FR' 1-7411 4388
It tt. estimated that God of Prophecy ,Perrlne. and school Thursday' for registration.
o,. the average front foot will cost The city commission will hold who lived at 10330 SW 178th at., So instead of the four Negroes NEGROES SEEK
approximately 60 cents This a public hearing on the proposed died at his home Aug. 31. lie is Principal Erwin Marshall expected ; -
means that the owner of a lot project on ,Se 't. 18. U they decide survived by his wife, Maefleld; 12 be greeted 28 others who were 100,000 Voters ILIT'I'LE
with a 50-foot frontage will be children The body,' will lie in not a part of the court suit which
assessed $30. If the assessment work can begin in October, repose in the chapel, from 3 pm. led io the admission of four Negroes
exceeds $25, it may be paid overa The streets to be improved are Friday until 12 noon Saturday. by the School Board last ROCK Plans are
,period of ten years. in Highway Itayprovcsnent District Funeral services will be conducted spring. being mapped' for a drive to"
Sept. 5 .t 1 pawn et his church Parents of children at Holmes qualify at least 100,000 Negro
The Department' of Engineering H-4110. This entirely excludes in Perrine with interment in Elementary, which has been voters in Arkansas.
will supervise. the actual construction property: in the county. Paradise by the House of Albert.I plagued by double sessions for
and one of the inspectors the past two years were sot to I. S. MoCllnton, Negro president
will be available on the site.. launch to the
a vigorous protest of the Arkansas Democratic
The work in a block will not take School Board If the classroom
more than a few days Voters Association,, said the state
Aired space at Orchard Villa School
Integration at has 250,000 potential voters out
The department will conduct a was not used to alleviate the
crowded conditions at Holmes. of a Negro population of 400000.
All other elementary schools la
The campaign will be launched.
Liberty City are overcr
.... AME BISHOP SAYS ..r Church Conference With only 60 white children at a Little Rock meeting Sept. 9.

LET KRUSHCHEV registered at Orchard Villa so fi Six hundred Negro leaders from
thore Is ptroiig Indraattca ,that all sections of Arkansas have
SEE SOUTH I The Integration Issue got a school system, said: the; school will be given over en- been invited to attend
lively airing this week at the "It the Deep South would but : tlrely to Negroes.
PHILADELPHIA A Negro I Methodist Conference on Human recognize the law, and would begin Two years ago the Board useda McClinton said the campaign
bishop says Nlklta Krushchev Relations held at Southern University to make some progress with badly needed school in a was planned because white persons
should visit a southern city to see Louisville, Ky 'all deliberate speed,' we could I who take a moderate atti
for himself that Communist propaganda A verbal duel between Oliver come 'with cleaner hands Into this tude toward ,Integrationand Negroes
is wrong: American Ne- Emmerich, publisher of newspapers situation." their own churches and. schools. "who also are taking an
groes are not downtrodden. at McComb ad Jackson: :arms lch told the conferencethat Marshall said that the law understanding position are going
Sherman L. Greene, senior Miss., and Tburgood Marshall "ftacial traits make\a different clearly forbids segregation. He to have to be the ones who can
bishop of the African Methodist general counsel for the NAACP and the color of our skinsis declared: 'You have no right to finally bring about a workable
Episcopal Church criticized the claimed the attention of the 1,000 but a symbol. When the races keep Negroes out of your schools understanding between the races."

State Department, yesterday fornot perscns (present during a panel are Integrated In our schools, hey belong to all the people.'You tIe expressed: a belief that .
visit in the discussion.Dr. these conflicts are brought Into have ex.
inchidinr such a I no right to keep Negroes treme
for his Owner Carmkhael superintendent sharp focus" lie said that hundreds segregationists had lost, in
Soviet Premier's Itinerary I out of your: church-it's God's principle, iQ Arkansaa' a
0 trip to the United Stato ftis: faU.

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\ Radiothon Gains Money, Friends for Christian Hospital ..

The Christian ,Hospital !tRadlo-
thol\ held over radio station
"WFCC all day last Saturday 'pror-
ed to 'be a success In mere, ways
than one. While the amount rais- 4
'ed was far below the expected
$50,000, a steady stream of mon- L 1 ;
ey has ,been coming in and the
hospital has many: newly wen '
friends and supporters
Of the approximately $9,000 t
raised Saturday 75 percent of It tg \ ,
1 1t
came from $35-a-week maids and
$50-a-week laborers Peo.:le r
who[ were "educated" into assum- t 1't
ing community responsibility by
supporting non-profit organiza.
tions like Christian Hospital. a'' 5zt ;
WhPe! the larger donations were ,4 I "
greatly appreciated, It was basically a a f g e'r"
these people' that the sponsor 4'L
were trying to reach. Ira 5 t *
The success of the Radicthon, i
was the combination of desire and
bird work ''by many ,people and ; t
robodv wc: ked harder to make,
the effort a success than the $
chairman' Rev. Thedford- John- ;. ;
son of St. John Baptist Church,
and L. L. Brooks of Bonded Collection -
:: Agency. '

Rev. Johnson came on duty with
a skeleton staff at NorthwesternHigh
Auitorlum at 5 a rn. Satur-
day and remained there until 8
pm. Mr. Brooks came ion at 7
;p.m. and spent the balance of the
day calling influential ,friends
:and clients all over the countryto '
,get money for the hospital. The, ,,!:
entire fleet of two-way radio + t 1 M
cars from Bonded, Collection
Agency /were used all day Satur- .z; S 3s
day In 'picking up one, two, five( I S St
:and ten dollar pledges that kept I .
coming in to the 10 telephonesset
: 'nip *,n the auditorium stage. I F

Bert Noble station t
WFEC and his entire staff- :;m x: E:3: 4 k
Louise Griffin, Blanche Calloway,
Ed Cook. Johnny Carmichael,
Teejay Bcd Reeder deserve a
lot eft credit for donating their .
time ,and talent to this worthy t, ,
?A; ,
_ cause. "
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Personal Mention L d 5 Q !

'Miss Flora Bell Johnson madea L I., k A \
tour from Miami to New York I
from New York to California, and 9
there she was employed by Miss _
Judy Holiday In Beverly Hills.
She met many stars and gave uip __
her lab in order to be with her i
family. She returned Sunday. I 'S a:

Emily Lout Terrell, lovely I Times' photographer Frarjk Boy Scout trcops were on handto worker L. Brooks check the lists.
and charming daughter of Mrs. I Johnson visited the WFEC-chriS- do leg !work around the head- Third row: L. I* Brooks calls Fourth row: A young 'group
Annie Terrell, 16301 NW 21st I. +Man Hospital Radiothon last Sat- quarters.Second. and asks for a pledge as board who passed canisters in the 'street
ave., /will leaves for Knoxville urday at Northwestern School and row: Teejay Blanche chairman Dr. I, P. Davis kibitzes. to pick up money turn over the
College Sept. 10 where she will found the auditorium stage buzzing Calloway and Myrtle Jones) hamit Martha Jackson' and Llama Green cash to Mr. Brooks. County Commissioner -
resume her studies in the field of with activity. up. Martha, picks up a I look up the numbers. Dr. E. A. John McLeod turns
elementary education. Miss Terrellis Top left to right: Louise Griffin pledge from a lady who called in. Ward Bert Noble and Rev. John- over' his check In person. Volunteer
a 1957 graduate of Northwestern Diets the show on the road at Then Miss Jackson drops the son stand around as Rev. John E. teldhone operators wait on
Senior High I :5:45: with her gospel program. The money Into the can to swell the Culmer writes a check from St.
that call in. Junior
Southland Singers did a guest total to $4,895. Rev. Thedford Agnes Church. Ed Cook acceptsa to come
Mr' and Mrs. Hartwell Major, apt: earance. The Del money werea Johnson, Radiothcn chairman, dollar ,from little Cleo Jolllvette.Dr. group (from New (Hope Baptist
son of (Mr. and Mrs. Hartmaa Ma- (big hit with the rock 'n rollers. goes over plans with' 'a volunteer Davis, Garth Reeves and L. Church.

'jor of 612 NW 1st ave., Hallan- ---
dale and Mr. and Mrs William
Sims of Buffalo (NY are visitingin THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People' Newspaper" J. W. JOHNSON ELEM.'Mrs. ent to get an overall view of our
Hallandale for a couple of objectives for the school year.
weeks. While here they went to PAGE 2 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1959 Ethel Primus, principalS.
Nassau for a week before return- I A. Osborne, reporter Your Vote is Neededto

ing to (Buffalo ----- James Weldon Johnson Ele- fight the forces that seekto

Vera Moorman, principal; Miss rrhrntarywill (begin the school
'Mr. and Mrs. Asham McKinney LAND 0' NOD
2450 NW 59th St., have returned Estella Hepburn, teacher and Mrs. year with a Parents Sip it 7:30: keep you a_Second ;Mast
home from a two week's vacationin KINDERGARTENOPENS Eloise B. Kemp supervisor pin., the tenth of September. We Citizen. >
New York, Washingtonand are urging all parents to be pres-
Philadelphia., While away CARD OF THANKSMrs. t. .
Mrs. McKinney celebrated her The Barrett's Land 0' Nod --
birthday with her husband's family Kindergarten will open for its ,R. V. Hudson of 1570 NW RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE
the James McKinneys and fall and 'winter term on Tuesday 26th ave. want to thank her
pas '
Daniel morning, Sept. 8 at 8 o'clock at O Rectal Diseases"Q Varicose Vein .
434 NW 2Jst st. Land 0' 'Nod picksup t I I ter, Rev A. McNeal Harris of St.
Effect- ) oalnless non-surgical office treatments at low co tno -
James AME Church and her
Cynthia Foster of St. Albans and delivers your children at many
NY vacationed as the house guestof your home. Its past years of ser- friends for being so sweet and low 'Ime or Income Avoid surgery and hoepltallxatlon. Why
Elaine Smith and family. She vice speak (for itself. It has cap- kind during her. illness. God wear truss Why suffer, delay and get worse. J
expressed herself as having Immensely able and competent teachers to bless each and everyone. '
enjoyed her first trip to train your children. Further information CONSULTATION FREE. .{
Florida. Elaine a recent North- may be obtained by Special medication, treatment, diets for arthritis neuritis,' ulcers .
western grad returned with Cyn- calling FR! 36078. I I Register Today! blood pressure, sinus anemia, lost 'vigor, chronic diseases
The personnel consists of Mrs.
thia to the New York area on of men and women.
Friday, Aug. 21 to live with relatives

21 S.W 13th Ave., FR 3.2743 A General Health Servicer
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The Cox Kindergarten, 1753
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its fall term beginning Sep- Weekly Special r
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FR 1-8488 or OX 1-1834. THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL
B. F. Cox, supervisor sale
W. O. Cox, manager
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S I attended a dinner the other ever to try to make *.11 Negroes
night 'and by chance to understand that one cannot compromise -
a 'stranger, but it 'was ,not long with justice or freedom.
before we were !well acquainted One cannot make deals (with '
least on one subject ,segre- segregationists in any manner iar k
gation. including. lip service, (because ,
when we do, we weaken our own
"SOME OF MY BEST stand ? t
There have been many occasions WITH FREEDOM
,when I have tried to explain to There 'are a few things re-
white 'people !Who are hard-core' maining to all of us that should
segregationists what the NAACPis not be modified or tampered
,fighting fcr.' But this time it with, and equality and Justice are
was different. This time I was two of them. I don't think any y y w
talking. with :a person who actu- of us ',want a "little" Justice, or
ally believed himself a liberal, "scone" Equality That's what
and who thought he knew all we've had ;for over 50 years
Negroes because he 'knew a few. Most of us don't want to bargain
And these \few ''Negroes he knew with segregation, or give aid and
had done him a disservice (se- comfort to the'perpetuation of
gregaticnist or not) because they this state. Most of us want first
gave him lip service and Uncle class citizenship for all Americans
Tern talk Negro as well as White. And, we
don't want any modification or
Tt was really quite an experi strings attached to the citizenshipwe
ence. At first, .from the trend the will attain at the end. of the ,.,
conversation was taking, thought fight for freedom. t ,. ...
I Ihad met an ally. And here in -,'
the South need friends. But it ,,
we i'
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told self me into hat thinking he was he deluding understood him- BfowardCounty A portion of the 100 boys who attended the 6th annual YMCA Residence Camp at

the hopes and dreams of Negroes Placid Fla. from August 22 through 29.
I and was .fooling himself into Lake ,

thinking he was' ...a liberal. Why Newt U"The "
Because NofToes had told him

. what they had he ,not wanted had the to courage hear', and or SyWelter fOO Boys Attend YMCA Camp

interest to tell him otherwise.
........ Bow
Tn actuality! my dinner com $2,000 Contributed!
panion's prejudice was showinga ,I O, W Carver Branch YMCA THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper"
mile ,wide and his (bigotry was I conducted its 6th annual Desi- I
clothed almost perfectly in apparently Carver Ra'icnoi: Elementary SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 5, 1959 PAGE 3
School 1 opened for this term
Just and !fair phrases.
I on Sept. 1 Thus new teachers
More dangerous I think than
an have been added to the staff. Approximately 100
out and cut' avowed enemy of 900 children will attend dense Camp at Lake Placid, Aug. Party sponsored !by the following
,, dese!7rejration. When he started this year. Mrs'Susie Daniel, 22-29 with an overflowing num- I disc Jockeys d the community
m ntfonini* names of Names' he principal. USED. ber cif 100 boys in attendance.Life I netted $481.37: Butterball, Blanche
said Ihe knew well and tellingm at camp was an exciting Oallowuy, King Coleman, Ed
that they were satisfied with adventure for these youngsterswho Cook and Johnny Carmichael
Star Light Lodge No. 542 meets
thAv"thin* at they are", and that Friday night Sept 4 at the Ma- TVsNO were kept !busy during the I The ,following organizationsand )
thev' thought: "that NAACP sonic Temple on Pembroke Road. entire week.' For many it individuals gave $1,68063 to
anzntlcn! ought to be run out All members are asked was their first experience in this I the scholarship :fund: Peps-Cola e
of town" then I listened even present rustic, activity packed setting far Bottling Company, Sphinx Civic
'more carefully, and much as 1 removed from the congested confinements : Clulb, Victory Ledge, Richmond
would hive liked to, 1' didn't tell Beauticians'- Unit No. 36 will of their various com- I IfcJrhts: Womdn Club, Royal 20'sWoman's
h'm' t knew the people he had
munities. Club/ Bunche Park So-
meet at the home of Mrs. Eleanor -
",titled were members of: the V. Bowe, 4444 SW 17th St., MONEYDOWN To supervise their scheduled cial Club, St. John's Baptist
on Wednesday, Sept 9 at 2 pm. actlvtles was one was one of the Church. Mt. Zion Baiptlst Church,
All members ,are asked to be most capable staff in the annalsof Radio Station 'WFEC, Miss (Helm
LIP SERVICE 18 DANGEROUS present. Mrs Fannie Williams, the 'branch's camping history. Dorsett (Mrs Athalie Range, Mrs
(Now how can' a situation like president. The ''Rev.-,Edward Tt Graham conducted L (N, Felts, Mrs. Dobkins, Den-
this happen except that some the religious activities and nit Smith, J Otis Haywood and
N'Plcrroes (allow (people like my Mrs Lena Welcome of Gaines- serving as Senior and Junior Attv. Henry Arrington.'
"'"ner communion to believe they ville and two daughters were Counselors were.the following The Camp Committee! Board of
iwP !second-class 1 citizenship? Carver Ranches last week- tegrated staff: Barrie Rudd, Management and the staff: of the
'Vhllt: can we conclude from this end visiting Mr. and way Mrs. Walter s Spanky 'Punnell, Louis Jackson, Carver :Branch YMCA /wish to express -
One r>f three things, I think: a Bowe. They are now residing In J. Lang Kershaw, Harold Slater, heartfelt thanks to each
,,, William Brown Bob Crist Frank and who made this
fp (Ncarops still wear the garb Long Island, N.Y., but are former \ everyone
cif Uncle Tom and find it too Miamlans. H. Sparks, James Brown, Mike camp experience successful
crxmfnrtp'bV, and expedient Kasse, Wille C. Mathis, Roy Brad
.I-___ u far ex- ley, James Brimberry, Miss Are you w'flow' .r,
i-iiniire IT 'freedoms robe; a
few are f> :afraid to tell the SPECIAL PURCHASE Phanell Porter, Nurse, Franklin Would YOU Ilk* to ,learn to rtanee
truth and perhaps some Just are D. IRJCiss and Norfleet Hawkins, In a private "atiirflA' ?
too noathetlc and don't care .22 Cal. Revolver camp directors. VISIT -
enoueh what 'More than $2,000 were contributed -
they tell
a white
Don Strachan's Dance Studio
pr on. for needy and worthy youngsters -

I to attend boarding camp 7168 NW, 18th Ave. PL 7-87C8
If one rf the above three things ths year.
happen, these Negroes! are tfvfng 1Ts Through the leadershp of L. ,
'In prvfoe to I reoole such as my L. Brooks of the Bonded Collec- Phone OX 1-6912
dinner partner, and bv so doing s tion Agency, the (following apart
pre rivinr aid and comfort to the ment owners contributed $8 7.50;
'!nfM of t the tight for freedom' Orleans and Associates, Eleanor Huberts Battery
Th!. situation brings to mind Kloeber, Bonin Enterprises, J. W.
countless conversations tit. v e Hawthorne. Kasow Builders, Cecil Rebuilding
had with Father Gibson along this j $13.95 B. Price, Margaret Price, Orcbi
fame subject' ; that people cannot Precision mad 6.shot revolver Enterprises, F. Cecil Watson. 6 Volt Batteries $5.95 up
serve two masters. In other by Europe's finest gunsmiths. 6" Abram Kason, Fltmar, RoberiTucker (with exchange)
words, we.can't be all things to overall length. Polished blue J. Ollie Edmunds, Patterson -
8"i ne00le -*- !t Is a *>hy fcal and steel REAL . NOT A BLANK. Lenel and Edwards, Mrs. Generators Starters Voltage
,spiritual George Farrell, Mrs. George Fowler -
Impossibility.We Fires .22 Cal. ehort ammo. Side .
loading, screw.In ejector rod.Ideal Edward Butler, J. ::1(. Durr, Regulator Complete Brake
cannot be Just and unjust gate for pllnklng, target prao Marie Larkin, Charles Mills, Service
at the same time tolerant and 10 money Benedict and Jordan, 'Frank Harold -
tlce or proteetfen. -day
Intolerant in the same breath, ,or back guarantee: Only $ 1.05. Geonje (Fcwler and Mr. Le- 7612 N.W. 22nd Ave.
w cearn-n'Monist and a member' COD'e require $5.00 deposit. vine.
the NAACP at one and the same Shipped FOB Chicago, expreeecharge The Benefit Show and Platter
moment. The Issue here Is clear- collect. Send'caeh, checkor
lv defined. I believe as long'as i money order tot
situations such the I have
as, one
Just described continue to happen, ln portA..ociate.* and Co-
those who recognize the fanplicatlrns Chicago 6, Illlnole Expressway
of it must wortc harder than I Dept. DD 91 33'W. HarrisonSTARMA'T

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PACE 4 SATTUflpAY SEPTEMBER 5 1959 $45,000,000'
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City ApprOVes

Bond Issue; Vote in .Nov.A : . ,

Office at 1112 N.W. 1'Mrd Ave., Miami, Florida-Phone PR 3.2238
, plant at 6740' fifty., 16th Avenue-Phone OX 1.Q421 45.5 million dollar improve- I II
ment bond issue largest In Miami I
.ONt '1EAR\$4.80 SI>C MONTHS $2.75 THREE MONTHS $1.70 the City history Commission- was approved Monday and by tt; I

, H. E, SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor will .be placed. before taxpayersNov.
Garth Ci Reeves, Managing Editor and Business Manager . 24.The .
'., long list of items includestour
million dollars to replace the
antiquated S. Miami Ave. bridge
"The Times Are Changed And We Are Changed With Them" I
Also marked into the program
Entered as Second: Class Matter, August 0, 1927, at the Post Office were two huge sewer projects.
at Miami, Florid, under the act of March 8, 1870 The list included 20 million dollars -
for sanitary sewers and seven
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association million far storm drains a.
Member of the Associated Negro Press, Another five million dollars ,
were tagged for revamping, the $
central business district, incltd-
THE!: NEGRO PRESS believes thAt America can best lead the world ing turning E. Flagler St. into a 4 ''.
from racial and national antagonisms when It accords to every man pedestrian mall, and purchase of L
regardless of race color or creed, his human and legal rights llatuig the land on which the Florida *k 4
no man fearing no nuin-the Negro Press/ strives to help every Dan East Coast Railway depot and >, ,
In the firm belief that all men are hurt u'long'as anyone Is held right-of-way are located I.

back. ________ The commissioners approved, {..'4 j 1 ; ..PY1v
three million dollars for a bridge $ ;
The secret of success Is constancy to purpose-Disraeli over the Miami River on NW '?
22nd ave, 1.5 million for parks
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKOUR and street improvement:
million for new iflre-fighting in
ANNIVERSARY stallations.The .
36TH biggest item on the list,
September 1st was the 36'th' anniversary of The Miami bring storm more and sanitary than 60 sewers percent, will of y C >f

Times. How time flies! Well do we remember how hap- this,,city into the underground
py we'were (the whole staff) to put that first'' sue on the network.All .

street. tIt ,- the items will be listed

separately on the ballot. ,
meant work, hard work-four. pages printed on a 'Thecity will hold a special --- -." a \

12x18 press, one page at a time. However, we were .determined registration. for the bond election. Chatting at the &rd national Busch, Inc., and Mrs, Leonia.
to publish a newspaper for and we did it. election ,a person must own property ity in San Francisco were, left: Porter was 'host to the executive -
in the city and be a qualified Dr. Deborah Partridge Wolfe,
officers of the at
As the years went on we became better equipped, The election is scheduled for national." Porter grand, assistant basileus to; the WilliamG. vice I dinner in the Georgian room ol

and sold ourselves the community. Nova| 24.MOTHERS. president, marketing .A heuser- the Whitcomb hotel.-, .

Up to the present time we have not missed publishing I

a single issue. This was made possible by the support of HOUSEWIVES ,
cur thousands of patrons who long .jalncev.h&Ve regarded ,
The Miami Times as an institution. GRADUATES
As we enter our 37th ysear we are even''' happier R.1kJ ,'* thanwe . 1NEEDMQNEY", ? .

were on the occasion of/''our. firsts'.Issue.-Happyzto, get .. Prepare .NOW.'to' Sell i
press appreciation and thanks to our patrons and. adver-
tisers, whom we hope to serve even better" than we have 11 i

done in the past. .. Avon 1 C Cosmetics;
., .
r '\ N ,. "

VVe.cary train. you to earn
,)" $ i $40/tp' ago "week,
Apparently Metro cannot come to terms with Wil I f. 1'>1'
Ham Pawley for the purchase of the Miami TrariUt GJO': ," For information

and other transportation units. Therefore Pawley has 'FREE DELIVERY DRUG
turned to the City of Miami and offered the city: commie! CALL' MRS. HARRISFR
slon the same proposition. i I
;. 1.6407 CM.Jolllv tt ,Sr. Prop.PLASTIC .
On Wednesday City Manager Ira F. Willard was ask ,

ed to get all facts relating to possible purchase ofthe, :MI..

ami Transit Co., Miami Beach Railway Co. and the South. ,
:Miami Coach Lines. I
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At least two city commissioners oppose' the
city going , I
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into the bus business., '' .- -L -L

IN 1934 .
(From the files of The Miami Time*) '
IP r',
This is 1934, Miami is getting older, and Miami must
keep up with other cities in Florida and the entire south,

when it comes to her Negro 'citizenry. Thirty or thirty- .
five thousand people ought to be considered. Well, Ne-

groes are to blame, but they are awakening-We can see
I evidences of it, and when they do awake and seek after

their rights, they will get' them the same as anybody else.
These are not the days when manna falls from the hea-

vens, and it seems -to us, that if it did fall, many would

wait for the other fellow to pick it up and pass ft on}., ,

Much interest is manifested .in the proposed Negro
colony to ,be built federal
with funds. White property CLYDE KILLENS COVERSPermanent
owners are protesting; well considering the harvest they
reap for most of the shacks. But here, who could blame Proudly presents llls ''
them. ONCE MONTH' protection for furniture frn nnutn
without Aiding Its beauty. rs asnimo
If ur'colored property owners organize they toomIght FLOOR SHOW
be able to get a federal loan and improve their Glass-Gear, 8 gauge DuroMoke; everything DUST-
holdings and tout rent to where it ought to have been threeor Thurs., Sept. 17 vinyl plastic FREE ALLERGY-FREE,
four years ago. Custom-fitted In your hamMOTHPROOF, DIRT-
Certain White property owners held a meeting in the ft rull :':* Warranty (both Easily deans with the .
Title of next show Materials and Workmanship) "wipe of'a cloth" If
Court House on 'Monday: night and adopted resolutions
objecting to the loan of Federal funds for the construc- "King La BongABoo"and Individual pieces separately zippered with M" '
tion houses outside air vents Including oil cushions et;
of of the city limits.

The resolutions were carried before the City Commission The Dance of the Watusiet.
Fortunately Col. R. E. S. Toomey was present and Amateur Show
emphasized the need for such improvements owing to the Every Tuesday CaW New L 1-5841

unsanitary ,and conjested conditions in this section. The Music
commission has decided to make an inspection, and we DIZZY JONES

predict that when this is ,done they will exclaim, "The And His Orchestra

' half has not been told.; Bobby Marshall, M.C.


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Broker Ora Taylor RegistrationNew
.' at Jack on'.
s Union going on
Selected meet on the Toddle Inn, 3038 iNW 48th -tenv

4r .., __ : 3rd ave and Phone' NE 4-4308.
1. j and 10.. Time' t., . #: ..r. .../PfYv.r' .

p .. ,'f" i ;oll.xour at
.J. A # chgdren" now
1' .
> the. ....

.. a KZ I' ABC: College.Kindergarten.

.venport ,

I. i 15575 NW 27th Ave.

I : __ __ Huff for ANP
_. .1 This school' la equipped with all
: % Compliments to G<<'een- 'nowhere. the modern facilities pickup and
% Builders for appointing as Breard delivery service and qualified
1i: Real Estate Broker, 'Mrs Ora I people there teachers. .
Taylor, sales manager for by fraud.
strong Manor, a new 1 Registration dally. School openIng *
One of the most remarkable sdence.f iction dramasever now open In Richmond I ,. mounful song Sept. 8. For more detailed
This company is first to their leg Information .
release in
filmed"The Myateriana, a new Negro broker to handle sales I pray "how
CinemaScope and Eastman Color, concerns an alien race 'flce' in Richmond Heights Call NA 1-2897

whose planet is destroyed and who are determined to take gratulations to Mrs. Taylor, creature. beget)
the In this the forces of the Mysterians energetic community worker, 1828 NW 152nd St.
over Earth. scene, ucator and real estate broker.In In a ditch Locka
pit'a giant robot and flying saucers against the 'Opa
spacemen 1955 'Mrs. :Taylor overeeera 55
flying ray' guns, tanks and multistages rockets of the ad the first Negro woman behind the pun
united nations of the Earth. See it at: the LibCity Drivem estate brdker in South .I"I. thing are done.
beginning Wednesday.Around Since then she has housed
dreds of families and
beautiful living to South I>
'-. .. ..N..N.N.N DUPLEX2Bedrooms

Miami Archie Js that he.has cut the

I minimum.traffic in the central area Each Side

By DAVE (Mr. wing) BONDU Till next week Live ( ORCHARD VILLA

MN.N..NNNN.N..N.NNNN.MNN..NN.N.NN..N..NNNNN.LITTLE every golden minute of it. I

BY LTTLE the Metro

cops are bringing back the days POITIERS' DAY N.W. 58th St.

cl'old as iar as the Negro is concerned l .

: me by a i
but also arranged the slick-full FOR TWO FAMILIES
well known doctor and a schoolteacher sounding orchestral background
I 1480 N.W. 69th St.
for this LP. We
they went to a night sincerely hope
spot on the :Beach, with some that it will r be a big hit. PICK UP.P. AND DELIVERY Down Maybe Less

visitors . and beforehand had DUKE JENKINS and I played SERVICE 1
been told that Negroes were the Biltmore golf course and Hour 7:00 a.m. to 5'PM."f. Open All Day Saturday:
treated better and everyone we met was as nice as
on pie . Pretty Girl of the WeedyVivlan
the Beach, but when they reached Long . Pretty Boy of t" i'" .
the spot (where, incidental The Week: Clyde Killens . For further Information.
Negro /musicians are employed/ ) Policeman cif the Week: R. Davis. ..
they were told that they could CALL,.PL 1-2659, I REALTY, Inc.
not be admitted because Metro 21- OLD Mo. I '
cops would see to it that they lost Laughlin, known as the youngest Registration from
their license to operate. If this Embalmer, .working at the Sir August 31" thru' .f$ .. 7th ,Ave.. PL 8-7407
sort ci thing is permitted to hap- John Hotel as a switchboard op-
pen you can kiss the season good- erator..Surely there is some funeral -

, bye. The thousands\ of brothers director :who needs a first I .. """-- _ t! .. _ '" !!! G ..
frcm the North and West will class embalmer and could use her - -
find that their green dollars have rather than let the skill of Miss i .
turned black and will not be accepted McLaughlin go, to waste.. There \ "For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
then you can't blame are dozens of switchboard oper-
them for not coming down. You ators, but how many Negro women -
cannot 'blame the club, hotel and can we find with an out-
standing skill like this Wake B ONDED
restaurant owners either, for they up COLLECTION
have been very conscious of the and help each other.
"Negro Dollar" and what it meansto
them. Maybe the Metro commissioners REMEMBER I ASKED for
do not know that this someone to do some Ironing for
thing Is going on , but some- me? Well I found a girl to do so
bcdy should let them know.' I but there was a card that came AGENCY Inc.
hate to put these things on Mayor after it was tco: late. This card
Hadley, but since he is our mayor wart :from a lady Iwho wrote: "Dear ,
and is so much in contact with Sir I am a domestic worker with _
these persona' and is so well liked years of experience. My specialty
,by the foLk downtown, I'm is hand ironing, and I can house
going to ask him to get the message clean, do plain cooking and have The largest collection and rental
over to the right commis experience in child care. I have
sloners. We must support this . many references( but people are in the South operating in
when it comes time (for that, it reluctant to hire me because I ama agency ; V yy 1"i
need be, but I feel that if this deaf mute. If you are Interested i
situation is known, it can be in having me work for you, Dade and Broward Counties' Ne
straightened out. I am also sure please contact me at 241 NW 15th
that the Beach, operators will st., room 10." Signed Mrs. Housing areas.
aprcciate the opportunity to nil Lucille Jenkins. Please, if any of gro
their places of business as they you can use the services of this
I see fit without anyone telling lady, contact her. There are "hire L. L. BROOKS, PRESIDENT
them who they can permit t) the handicapped" signs and announcements *
spend money with them. all around us, and MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
because a person is handicappedin )
". *, POPULAR Clarence and Vivian -any way does not mean that
Perkins now have the restaurantat they cannot or 'will not work. 10,000 AND
e the Miami Carver !Hotel and Nine times out of ten, they are I
I'. the food is delicious . Had a better workers than those of us BROWARD COUNTIES
.' music note saying' that the"B.B.; who have all of our facilities Remember -
I ..,,.. . King Walls" album on Crown . live and let live. .
. 2 <..{ .'" Records has an original composition I
( ..; of Hampton S. Reese (Studio Well, Archie Langford has doneit
I .. .., of Mcdern Music in the Sir John again. {He's en the dope squad :
' -, Hotel) called "I Love You So." of the police department. This t !

Seems 'that Hampton not only time he busted four White boys. I CY INC. ;a" :
wrote the catchy lyrics and melody One thing you can say about that r : I 1T
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LOOM leaf fillers ....__... 28* Marking and Ink ..._'21'l
Ball point pens .__..... 10* Blue Horse filler ..-_... Os/ I 17125 HOMESTEAD AVE. Opa L* ka MU 1.0817
for' .__. 09* Art paperTypewriter._....___ 10f _
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I Greater Miami Greater Miami Lodge for having
61.680 Students in Negro Colletres tt t the ability to dream and the courage -

Temple NewsThe to make the dream a reality.

.", .., Look for their grand opening in
7,404 AREGRADUATED mammoth membershIp the near future Til next time

THE MIAMI TIMES drive sponsored by Greater Miami I remember, all things: work to-
-"The Peoples' Newspaper" Temple No 769 is well on the gether for good.

PAGE 6 'way. All daughters are (working

NEW YORK A total enroll- SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 5, 1959 diligently to make this one of the M................-..........................
ment most outstanding drives ever
of 61,680 students in 56
Negro institutions is reported in staged !by the Temple. Many TROUBLED LOVE
the August-September. issue of I All-African Youth T daughters have reinstated. Among -MONEY PROBLEMS
The Crisis magazine those are Daughters Mildred Williams I'll
I help. Solution
I Movement Formed available If
NAACP organ. Betty Collins, Eva Sharp Instructions followed.
In an article "The American I and Louise Brown. New meiplber, personal. ( Strictly
Negro in College, 1953-1959 The tJITED NATIONS (ANP) Dt. Susie Manning.
Crisis presents its 48th consecu- Ghanaian diplomat sources revealed ' .;< DJrinu. the drive a membership JOHN WAMSTEKER
tive annual 'educational recently that the Ghana ,:M I}' tea will ibe given Sunday, Sept. Dept. 15, BoX 10
flndl It is a partial picture Trade Union congress is forming '.::;;:, 27, from 5 to 7 pin at the homeof Ottery, Cape, South Africa

since mixed schools no longer an The all-African youth movement. .,..,;,,, ., ;, .' Greater Miami Lodge No 1113, ................. ......
movement ;,.: .N.NNINN.N.N.N.N.J.
keep official records of students will bear the 364 A'W 17th st. The tickets are
by race. name, of the Pan-African Youth out. The tea committee are Dts.
council and is slated for .official 'ft/ Mrytle Davis, Coralee Daniels,
undergraduates 56,831 of the total are organization in 1960. 1| t :; Bertha Lewis, Alto Screen, Mildred -
while 2,028 are . B. SMITH
attending graduate ---- --- - Williams, Betty Collins, .

those graduating, 6,725 schools.received Of PHIL OSSOFER ): 'N Fannie Mae Perkins, Sybil Bour- ELECTRICSERVICE
various bachelors .", 'i gois, Edna Davis, Enid Roose and
487 received degrees and ; Spiro Cokine. .Dt. ,Olivia Rogers
master's de- SAYS: i. Is chaIrman of N..La+ eel-. Anti

Ed frees,D Only seven Ph.D's and one _. Daughter HesteriiiverS.gen; ElectricaJ Contractor
were reported to -- - .
"' _11- __"'_. _. _ The chairman. -
\"mil s, wmcn nad to t HOUSEWIRING"Don't
rely upon i I '
volunteer information from Perhaps we parents are not entirely I Notice: Change address in placeof
istrars and" individuals. reg- to blame for juvenile des meeting The new address is cuss Call us"
Tuskegee graduated 15 DVM's linquency, but often we contribute Greater Miami Lodge No. 1113 at
(Doctor of Veternary Medicine unconsciously to this unworthy Dr. Deborah Partridge* Cran- 364 NW 17th st. Change effective PHONE OX 1.3625
); ford, NJ. Sept. 9
Howard 75 MJVs, 42 cause. professor of education, 1959.
and three Ph. D.'s in Queens college and grand basis We salute the exalted ruler, Night or Day
Meharry graduated 67 chemistry.MAD! We go 'on a trip, and upon leus, Zeta Phi Beta sorority became Thomas Rivers and the Bills of :
also five with diplomas s; reaching our destination, phone the bride of Dr. Estomore .-. - -
hygiene and five with in dental home ierson-to-person: to ourselves AlvIs Wolfe, Detroit, In a double v V V V /V V V V V V V Y V v '.v v v v VV
in medical certificates in :crder to let our families ring ceremony at Second Baptist I ENROLL
technology NOW:
Howard has the highest know we have arrived. (This is at Church In her hometown Sunday,
enrollment no financial Aug. 9. Both the bride
with 4 cost, but at a great and the
; Tuskegee
third with 3,945 moral cost to ourselves and our bridegroom are prominent nationally BEAUTY SCHOOL
children.) I In te field of education, civic .
and loclal rtrflf. For
I The hrMonrOftm a Life Long Profession
300 FRESHMEN We brag in front of our children Is presently coordinator of -audiovisual ' I I

'hQW we went 40 miles EXPECTED Complete School
AT hour in a 25-mile zone, and how I schools and secretary-treasurer,
ED we got a traffic ticket "fixed." Wright Mutual. Insurance Co. I 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue
WATERS When the phone rings, we tell ANP. .. FR 49998
youngsters to
say we. are not
JACKSONVILLE James A. at h cane. 'fosse are lessons in 6 MEN SHOOT
Espy dean of Edward Waters < ? j
College stated today that resig- hcnAl ATTACK SUSPECTGeorge
tration tallies indicate about 300 an automobile accident,
freshman students are to be expected we have the mechanic ifcad" the Dwight, 22, was found
for the freshman events bill so we can profit by the mis with shcts in the leg and body in
commencing Sept. 8. About 80 hap. Then we cuss the insurance New York City on Tuesday. He Is I
percent of these freshman students companies for raising their rates. suspected of attempting to rape
are expected to come out How unconscious can we get? the 20-year-old daughter of You
of Duval County a Pulitzer Prize winner.
We C+n
Albout 150 sophomores "take" pencils and other l t
and GI1E
about 100 juniors will office supplies home from work Police said that the girl was
register in
the registration :for to give our children, then speak slashed on the ear by the would- with
upperclassmen of honesty to them be attacker in the hallway of
set for Sept. 11 and 12, Dean We adult delinquents downtown her
Espy asserted. must confuse our child- Manhattan apartment. fivtt +
considerably Six white men standing the it itu
Teachers began work and plan- renT street
best to her screams
ning Sept. 1. way- teach honesty apd
The i iis is by being honest. If smashed down the locked door.
calendar of honesty ,
events for
September was released follows (ft practiced at home !it will became They chased her assailant out the OX 1.682/
door into the
Tuesday through a part of the child's being yard and shot
Saturday, and him.
Sept 1-5. faculty seminar, Tues- an inspiration to him as ho Police
grows<\ u,. "Train found Dwight about two
day through up a child Jn
Sunday, Sept. 8-13, blocks from the
the he girl's home.
way should They
freshman orientation ego: and when
and regis- hel is old, he will are searching for the six men
tration not depart I
; Monday from
Sept. 14,
classes it." Proverbs who disappeared:' after the !
begin for fall 22)9, nc-
semester; Tuesday, dent.
Sept. 15, late registration fee be I
gins; Monday Sept 21, last day l For FREE. Pick-up and

for registration, changing courses; Na; Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled Delivery Service on
for credit Adjusted
Monday, Setft or 28 adding, last day courses for; Guaranteed ........... ................ .. $4.75 Prescriptions

dropping The offerings Edward Waters TV's ....:................................... $10 Down SERVICE

College are in the departments of .w + Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radios DRUG STORE

humanties, social science, natural s
science and mathematics and Guaranteed Watches .... from $8.95 "Prescription Compounding
education and psychology. With iA Specialists"
in these departments 'under -the DAVID; JEWELERS .

announced four-year college pro r lidS N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4.1522 Sundries Gifts
s gram beginsim! : this year the
J j third year was added' last year;, t Medicines
majors are covered! In the depart- Greeting Cards

mental fields of English, biology,
general science, social science, 1240 N.W. 3rd Ave.
and elementary education. SID.VKY T. ( OXPhjinnaHit

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Bring or mall' In to:

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=;Between The Lines. Insures Top Grade I SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 5, 1959 PAGE 7,

Work at Rudy'sTV
I ---- By GORDON HANCOCK, MILWAUKEE !tenant, some merchants have

Service been.pressured to hire Negro
NEGROES help. One firm complained It
DOING, SOMETHING. ABOUT-IT fi, .. ' ,i\1 w,*;"i Rudolph Le- had been threatened ,with shop-
'" o '" .'
In 1944, when 14 Negroes were .:.2,:": ,:varity, owner AS liftings unless Negro help w a a

invited to collaborate in writing ', '! ?;*''''.*_and operator of "MOSLEMS"MILWAUKEE hired.
"What The Negro 'Wants," the r "Rudy's Televis- Recently, an Ice cream store
,, writer was the only one who took .''r" ''Z',.'..,' !!on Service, 6801 (ANP) was' picketed for the same rea-
note of the impcrtarice of propa ''J, :!\ VW 15th ave., Several Negroes, listed as "X" on son., Yet, police officers say they
'ganda. Having offered courses in I!. t :' net only briny police blotters, were arrested last cannot pin this unrest to the
social ''PSychology at Virginia I .r,:'!f{ 10 years of experience week, I Moslems.
UnionXor, quite 20 familiar- ,;.w,4 t in all At first they declined to give
ized him with the potentialitiesof '' abases of electronic their correct names, ''but finally "MESSENGER OF ALLAH"
; repair to they agreed to Identify them-
propaganda. Muhammad who claims to bea
.' ,,", ,
ear upon keep- selves. They told police they were "
I" "I1 1 ;JfM 'ng set Moslems and followers 'Messenger of Alah, says he
Then too, see how effectively your in of Elijah has 250,000 followers, but other
RUDY Muhammad of New York who
our country employed
propa- sources credit him with only
ganda in buildingV sentiment first; class condition; he also offer I tells Negroes that they will be 70,000. In the United States, there
against the Germans in World w .. to you the benefit of the extensive freed of the "white man's yoke. are only about 100,000 true Mos
War I who were tied by blood to training received in 'his i Police 'showed some concern lems.
this country in ways that were field of Chicago Technical College because of unrest noted among
difficult I Dean Gordon B. Hancockthe Negroes in certain sections of the
to break down. We call- where he earned a bachelcr I
ed them "tfiuns" and finally madeit of science degree in Radio Engineering city. According to a police lieu.\ Advertise It Pays!

appear that every other barn opportunity to write articles ---
door in France had a ''baby nailed
to it, the hellish work of the"Huns" I rebutting the "m ssive resisters"and Rudy, as he is known to all,
the White Citizens' councils
and his two proficient
Shortly after the war employeesmake I
propaganda. Fortunately the columns Those
over, we ,knew we had misrep- their specialty precision repair -
are aen to any Negro who
: wcrk on all makes and
resented them in the interest of
has a cnstructive approach to the models of radios and TV sets,
victory to the allied
question Let us use this public I And viewers annoyed by problems who

.. So, when we were called uponto opinion leverae to counter a of "lihosts, snow, loss ofpicture" ,
campaign that threatens to undo
and sundry other
v write "What The Negro all that has been done for nearly set
and live
Wants," it cccurred to me that reception difficulties will in
propaganda would eventually a hundred years. find that their answer for fast,

play an important part in We need efficient service is a call to Rudy
adjustment do not to be abusive, I ,
dt OX 1-CS21.
of race relations, which but factual. iWe do not need to Established four style.
even then, were pressing for consideration call names, but parade the .facts. years ago at his present location, .
I approached the mat- There ought to be, In every he answers calls throughout
ter thus: city and community, a "rebuttalclub" Greater Miami and "stands behind" -
setting forth the Negro'sside all work performed at fair,
"The coming of :propaganda is of this pressing question. As competitive prices. Especially Interested -
a threat in many ways against !. it is, the massive resisters and In betterment of busi- +
minority groups. Propaganda explains the White Citizens councils are ness services in the community,
more than anything else busy getting their side //before the Rudy continues to be a memberof
why the Negro has been damned world .iwhile we are letting pass a the Businessmen's League, an I II Ii
in the eyes of the world. Propa- great opportunity to utilize the organization in which he took an
ganda deals In half-truths whichare I columns of our daily papers In active apart in establishing.
too often detrimental to minority ways that could help matters. I
groups by reason of their - . .
inability to finance the whole I The Supreme Court has done .. """ (' '1
Its part; the state and local courts .
truth. The man who can finance have done their part. The'NAACP ________
the whole truth.
man who _
can finance propaganda is in the 'has done its part. There Is a NOW RENTINGTO _
last analysis the only lone who large part that can be done by
can >be guaranteed its advantages. any intelligent Negro and especially I SELECT ADULTS
Like science, whether !propaganda the highly educated ones,
is good or bad, depends if they can be induced to come ONE BEDROOM
whether it falls into the hands of down from their ivory towers andget .
r...oct or badPersons.. into the fight for men's minds. UNFURNISHED APTS.
Something can be done about'
"Those words were propheticof this multi-million dollar propa-
a day that has already dawned I ganda campaign that the Old
when the Old South has turned South Is prosecuting with such ELENGEEPatio

to propaganda in a big way, with consummate skill and with such ,
millions involved To date this evident success. Enough is being '
propaganda campaign has not said about the current crisis; but
had the attention of the Negro far more can be done, than is beIng Apartments
press that it deserved. Only recently done, by simply organizing
have "rebjttal: clubs" !which 'will taketo
we evidences that
Negroes are at long last waking the daily press not with a showof Cor. 58th St. and :demand GORDON'SIf GIN
up to the evil 'potentialities of the emotions but with a display of 12th Ave.
Old South's relentless campaign 'common sense and reason. .
to win, to brainwash the nation A letter a day to every dally
and the world on the race ques- 'would work wonders. Who will you have a taste for '

,tion. The end is not yet go for us? the finer things, always ask for Go ROO"I. I

Limited as they are in finance Gordon's authentic London Dry Oin. /

and unorganized as they are fora I II. So smooth and dry . ,*,, pht'

Question counter"What attack can, there the arises Negro the do \ EVERYTHING IN ol such delicate flavor. . ':.,

in the promise?" you can enjoy it STRAIGHT! 1 or,old

The time i* at hand when our SCHOOL SUPPLIESAT t0/tYf11If11C1 ,

J hijhly degreed Negroes must I. I. \,.TfemV no OinlikeJQRDOH'S( .
come down from their ivory tow-
ers, and come to (grips :with the
situation. It Is not enough (for LOWEST PRICESCOMMUNITY j jj loo% MOBIL tmiTi DISTILUO noM GRAIl,tonoor:GOXOONI OXT on co.Li 0. uwou, I./.,
Negro ministers to "run hot" In j
their pulpits on Sunday morning
while alluding to the DRUG
crisis. It is not enough for current DO YOU WANT TO KEEP PHYSICALLY FIT ?
teachers to "run hot" In our I) Corner N.W. 15th Ave. and 68th St. OX 1.7515
I classrooms and herolze themselvesas j) DO YOU WANT TO REDUCE?

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What 'We need is some way to OPENING SPECIALS
let the white man know hope we
feel rather than the Negro for JOIN THE MECHANICAL
about all Negroes feel alike on $5,990BUYS Cash Down
te> color question. What we need '
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the white press Here in Its o
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ambition, and devotion to fami give the money to someone I know
MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" WORKING GIRL ly." is deserving."
I President The college is not
Ccmmenting on the gift, responsible
PAGE.. 8 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1959t WINS COLLEGE John W. Rembert said, 'An lor soliciting this scholarship, but
\ --wI. SCHOLARSHIP' I angel seems always to come to members of the Institution have
\ -t-- the aid of deserving people like been trying to help the girl solve
;, Miss Lewis. She 'asked for noth- her problems, Rembert said.
Bahamian Pastor PETERSBUG
ST. wanted to help herself -
ing; she only
toed, whose responsibility of earning -
: and her family, and outside
Here Sunday a livelihood for her mother, "
brother and :two sisters threntened help came. MRS H. COLE

The Rev. Dr. H. W. Brown to force her to drop out. of I The girl's plight came to the Milliner'
Th.B., tDJ,'Is returning to Miami school, will receive a scholarshipto attention of Junior College officials
this week.. He bas been conduct- ccntinue her education at I last week when the GJC HAT CREATORAll
in? revival services in Philadelphia Gibbs Junior College this fall. j public relations director learned
for the past several weeks. tuitionbo that the student was the sole pro- styles made to order
The recipient of the -
Dr. Brown is pastor of Bethel I
She '
of five.
Baptist Church in Nassau. Bahamas .k? award is Mattie Ruth Lewis vider for a family apartment See my work and be convinced
and moderator of the Bethel a sophomore who attended rented a three-room
semester when
Baptist Association. He was the G'bbs' JC last term !while work- I at the close of last forced to leave Call NE 4-7458
48 hours week at a local her family was
first _Bahamian clergyman to ing a I
graduate from the American Bap- hospital. An anonymous donor their Sardis, Ga. farm home and 2414 N.W. 50th Street "
In setup the scholarship. for the come here to live with her. .
tist Theological Seminary benefactorsaid S19A
Nashville, Tenn. 19-year-old girl after becoming I I The young student's
On Sunday morning he is expected impressed with her "industry, "1 tithe and I .would rather .

to preach at Temple Bap- "ITfiy7\.f/YfITIY! '!?7',It Ziun:ftt1'\jmnnrn:1U01lLmU1: IOJ.u
fllf71U1'\1} 1'7'\r7! f ITID1I: "
: : tist Church.

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The 'president and founder of MSTRONG.
the Ushers Union Association IsaniKuncinj J..: "
the approaching 27th
anniversary celebration. David
Hudson, head of the organization
sends out an invitation to all ...
members and the general publicto ;1Y
celebrate with the Union on
Sunday, Sept. 20, 3 p.-m., when .
the anniversary program will be
held. Activities will be held at MANORNOT
New Hope Primitive Baptist
Church 1301 NW 1st place, Rev. '
H. C.| Samuels, pastor.All ""
officers and members of,
the association, both juniors and
seniors, are urged to be properly BETTER ,
regaled and on time. ,; "
The short 'program to be held
will be highlighted by a sermon House 6
to be 'preached by Rev. Samuels. Open Sunday Sept.
Members are asked to meet at florifunu wilt It tht first ,
Mt. Zion Baptist Church, NW tegment cf At American puttie
3rd ave. at 9th st at 130: pm Oli to see right iniUe At TITAN See This Beautiful Model at
ver's Cornet Band will escort At Air Forest Ug 90-f oot bl- .
the group from Mt. Zion to New liitic muuU. TITAN fa .. '
Hope, where the activities will be rgt of 5,500 wiles and top CORNER 107th AVE. & 151st ST. .
held. A special invitation is extended spud of 25,000 mph. It It tmilt .
to all pastors and mem- for the A' Fore by A* UtrtimCompany.
bers of all crutches in the greater TITAN will bt of** South Dixie to 152nd! St. (Coral Reef Drive) turn westto
Miami area to come and help 99 ptAtic ritttt .sd risriagSept.

in celebration. f 5 sad* to 6 tt ft" ktU 11* AerotptctPcnortm ill Mi.y1 107th Ave. (Florida Power & Light Station) then


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SIAC COACHES, : Attention )\lll'tmT\1Y"n'lWYiU' DIUIBL\mL YIU UJL UIU mr.c Wl.l vnlll'fT"ll'lU' lIIUr:""I"JIIU1m'_]

*- ,The 79th annual session of the (

CHICAGO (ANP) The Natknai '.Baptist Convention of _
37th annual America, Inc., meets in San o1n
meeting of the
Southern Coaches and Officials ,Francisco Cal. Sept. 9-13. The /
asscciation will be held In1' i
Booker :
,(Friday), !
s 'T.
Washington 'HIgh :School 'going
gymnasium, Atlanta 12-13' by
K< sept. ,
B.. T.. Harvey, .secretary-treasur.. Monday .
er, SIAC, announced. The coach. "; iIi: !:
are members of SIAC. .
The Atlanta Quarterback Club

s > composed of Atlanta .coaches ana},
officials, will be host .to t h \e,'
meeting, which will pass on tre,
qualifications of coaches "and officials Begins
and make assignments for {
the ensuing !football''' and basket. 1500

ball Members seasons. teams Alabama A and ''M, Alabama Liberty If

State college, Allen, Benedict,

,' Bethune-Cookman, Clark, Fisk,
Florida A and M, Fort Valley '

The appointment, of Charles T. State, Knoxville Lane, LeMoype,
"Chuck" Williams: as assistant Morehouse, Morris Brown, South :
national sales manager (for' Long Carolina State, Tuskegee and
John Scotch has been announcedby Xavier.
Eugene Frankpresident of
Melrcse Distillers Co., a sUbsi- ASKS CONGRESSFOR NOTICE
diary of Schenley Industries, Inc. 0
A national Schenley sales repre- NOTICE
sentative since 193), Mr. Williamshas that the I
made notable in the engage in
progress WASHINGTON (ANP) titious 1
organization, developing numer-
ous sales and merchandising Rep. .Frances P. Bolden (R., Ohio) I at number
for brands. projects has introduced a resolution in the I the City of ,
company 'House of Representatives, askingthe to register
Secretary of the Interior to I the Clerk I
I 6,500 EXPECTEDTO grant authority to the NatinaJ Dade
Council of Negro Women to memorialize Dated
ENROLL AT 'the late Dr. Mary Mc- 18th day
Leod Bethune, founder- resident PERRTNE
emeritus, Bethune Cookman Col- 'I
UNIV. lege, Dayona Beach, Fla., A simi :
lar measure was introduced in 'i Aug. 22, 29 :
WASHINGTON, D.C. (How the Senate by Sen. James Mur- -
ard University will inaugurate ray (D., Mont). I' NOTICE
I its 92nd year of academic Instruc- The memorial to Dr. Bethune I
tion next Thursday. Sept. 17, would ,be in the form of a statueto NOTICE I
when the, vanguard of sme 6,500 be erected in one of the city's that the
students 'begins classes n seven public parks. Its erectioncompletion engage Jn '
of the University's 10 schools and erf which 'Would be In time titious
colleges. In ether divisions, classes for the commeration of the 100th
begin in the School of Law anniversary (1963) of the signingof
:, Sept. 10 and in the colleges of I the Emancipation Proclamation at number
dentistry and medicine Sept. 21. by President Abraham Lincoln the City of
would be sponsored by to register
In the four undergraduate
the NCNW, an .organization witha the Clerk
schools and colleges, the graduate 1
membership of than 800-
school and the schools of religionand more Dade
000 women founded by Dr. Be-
social work classes begin at :\, Dated at !
thune in 19 5.
8 a.m. next Thursday, but will 18th day of
Site for tre statue is Lincoln
be interrupted at 11 a.m. for the TRULY
Park on East Capitol street. Aug. 22 29 :
The anticipated enrollment of ,
6,500,for the 1959-60 school year
., represents an increase of some NOTICE
500 students over last year. The FOR SALE
expected enrollment will alsogive NOTICE
,Howard its largest student BY SUMMONSBeautiful that the J
body in 10 years. engage in "Compulsion"s:
2-bedroom home at
Among the new programs to be titious
3270 NW Slat Full
terr. price
inaugurated this year are, three AND J
7950.; First down payment $750.
leading to the doctor of philosophy -
degree. They are in the fields Monthly payment $90. Now open at number
of physics, physiology and zoo for inspection. For this special the City.of '
logy and bring the number of call HI 4-2448 day or night to register 1! '

.. \ dcctoral programs at Howard to 3781 Grand Avenue the Clerk
four. A doctoral program in chem- Dade r
istry was established in 1955. Phone HI 4.2448 Dated at, ,
18th day of

Au,. 22, 29, :
Who Teaches Your Children? J

By Mrs. James B. Cronyn, Columnist, THE MICHIGAN CATHOLICIt's Air f B (

back-to-school time no can't expect results with a "do M ,
doubt about it The stacks of I[ say, not as I do" attitude.

r books, the sharpened pencils, the You can't"expect your children to
notebooks, the scramble for the best say their prayers If you don't. You
pens in the house, the children'snew can't expect them to be truthful if
shoes . all proclaim the fact they see you deal lightly with the SUN.,
And parents in general welcome truth. And if you go only infrequently
the back to school routine. to church how can you ,

BUT THAT shouldn't mean that expect more of them It's a child's: "BIG

.. we retire from action. Too often natural Impulse to imitate.
parents send ---- AS PARENTS vre are definitely "
their children off on the pot Surprisingly enough,
to the schools ,'rl children can and often do Jack up
'.. and then sit ? mother and dad. The simple sincere
back complacently. : t example of the fervent faith and
Those parents devotion of a child can bring the
figure that entire family closer to God. I '
they have done Many a Sunday School teacher
''" their duty today can tell you of the hours she

True, the child spends teaching her first grader
prayer. they should have learnedat
,": It getting a good '
education, but there is more to it mother's and dad'a knee. But '
this isn't the most discouraging
,\ than that The home must cooperate -
f, with the schooL After all, part-iff the fact thai the child "
the home was the first school of doesn't say the prayers at home-
the child; and mother and dad were when he does learn them. Teachers
''t7,. bis first and most Important teach- can't perform miracles. Parents
i ers. They can't retire from these have to help.

voles even though the youngster It must be appalling to teachers
has graduated Into the classroom. that first week of school to hear
; from :yoingsters'that' theyV- forgotten -
1 It is the parents' definite responsibility '
'ft' to see that before the child: their prayers because they. 1
i haven't said hem all summer. Manyof
reaches school age he has bad religlous AIR
,. ? and moral instruction. The those "wjio;eould go to fhutch-; : )
4' ':.steeds religious devotion and true haven't done: so becauss- jio' oat : ,
4' moral concepts should be sown by else at home did" or because. !
.. the parents when the child is young. "mother and' dad didn't go either.

'THE CnUT methods of teaching REMEMBER . our children's Nat "
.t I a child are by instruction and example. secure religious future depends almost "
our present attitudes Plus
By far the more powerful entirely on .
Church and TENSION
of these is example. This imposes towards God Ills
'* aD obligation on parents. They our way of life. Mon.
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RoyaI20's Club NotesThe delectable repast which was a
most fitting postlude to a serious

Royal Twenty's Women's under-talking. '.
I Cluib of Coconut Grove held its
regular meeting at the lovely The hostess was thanked for
!! home of Mrs. Lelia Mcore at her hospitality ''by the club reporter -
6041 SW 63rd terr. in South Mi- Mrs. Ethel Peavy
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Mrs. Ada-B. Dunn, Pres.

t After a great deal of discus Mrs. Ethel Peavy, reporter
r za }y r er' .
sion concerning a project for the .
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year, the club decided to under-
take the i iDroject of furnishing the i
entire 'ward of pediatrics for the I For The Highest in
new Christian Hospital. The club I
Aky .YA :
members COSMETICSCall
were particularly enthusiastic i
C kA'};Sf i
in this endeavor even
iii h though it meant the eliminationcf YUkon 3-5681

S $ if other notable projects in orderto "x:11 DS"
_ _ 4Y.+ :' > a I '}:i PAL {+.y } o r encompass this goal. Also
: H't.'i ia?''' The gracious hostess and her

niece, Miss Bettie Shannon, who Miami Time Newspaper

4f Just received her bachelor's degree . ...
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.i6r. _______ } n: ..Y1101Mf 1.lwrn..n. ...n. .. .,
Dr. R. Stillmon Smith, Macon, _
Ga., retiring president of the THE MIAMI TIMES 'The Peopled New. "," MStH
National Medical Association, ; paper" t ORNRIi NW, tlr V _j2pjtC<-

lower left, and Dr Vaughan C. PAGE 10 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1959 C.M Jolli vet t ,Sr. Prop.
Mason, right, NMA ,board of trustees I' . .
New York City, took time out from business during NMA "

convention last week In Detroit, Free Eye Examination'. . OPPORTUNITY AWAITS
to visit with Carnation Company YOU
representative, Mrs. RutH Higgins -

Ward, Washington, D.C. In Alpha Kappa Alpha PSYCHIC READER
above 'panel, past presidents and
presidents of the Woman's Aux-
iliary to NIMA pose with Moss H.

Kendrick, whose Washington t **.+ '
public relations firm represents Co-sponsors EyeMobileAll ,
Carnation.The ladies. are Mrs. David P. i ; UJ'! /n'-Vti

Allen, Charlotte, N.;;., Mrs. Le- children (from six to twelve Gamma Zeta Omega chapter of ,
Count Matthews, Washington, years of age !r will /Ibe given a free Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority 7.r K
DjC., Mrs. A. A. Dalton, Lima, eye test on Saturday, Sept 12 at I states, "It's the responsibility of v-- .
0., Mrs. J M Knox, Detroit, ,Mrs. 6300 NW Uth ave., ,in the com- every parent to see that defective .
E. Chester ''Hedigeman, current munity center from 10 aan. to.4 vision does not hamper is' child's r\\
president, Hot Springs, Ark., Mrs. pan, co-sponsored !by Alpha progress in school. We hope thatas |-
F E. McLendon Atlanta, Dr Kappa Sorority. Dade County many children as possible will : '
Bessie B. Small, Denton, Mr., Optometrics Association and Ry- utilize the Eye-Mobile on Sept. .i.r? ,
C. B. Hayes, Niagara Falls,,.N.Y., der System, Inc Parents are 12. ,In serving the community ...
and'Mrs. R. Stillmon Smith, Ma- urged to bring or send their through .this project we /believe -? *; ."
con, Ga.Football. children !for this public service. that our !boys and igirls will receive r v. 'i 3 J.
the !benefits of early detection -, i t>
The mobile unit housed in a if their vision is defective" i ifatc,per,
Made 'Em 14-foot trailer, will be mannedby
Tough For Film volunteers from the local chap- Let my years of KxjMrlenre guide anti protect you through
ter1of Alpha) Kappa Alpha Russia Grants Long- Life as a gulden the ship In a utormWIIK.X
Gangster RolesAl Sorority assisted by two licensed
optometrists. They will be usingan Term CreditsTo OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME
Carmichael! and Jim Sears, Instrument called a tele- For Success in Business And Love
two All-Americans from USC binocular machine which uncov- Guinea
currently (playing professional ers such defects as poor depth or CONSULT HER -
football with the Green Bay color perception inability to makea CONAKRY, Guinea (ANP) Q You can now have home made
Packers and Chicago Cardinals, single dbject appear to be Just The Soviet Union has granted your
respectively, portray Mickey one, CT:' nearor far slghtedness. long-term credits to the Republic Get and Hold the position you so long wanted
Rooney's gangland henchmen in For each child tested, a card of Guinea, according to an an- A Don't Stay in the rut, get out now
L MGM's "The Big Operator." will be made out and mailed to nQUncement'made here last week. 0 By the help of God she can help you
r I The timely drama casts Rooneyas the parents, stating that their No details as to the amount and
a 'hoodlum who attempts to child's vision has been screened terms have yet been revealed. Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or In
.take over a labor union and who and evaluated by a board of licensed troubleIt
hides behind the' Fifth Amendment optcmetrists and found to
be either normal will |pay you to rail and see this Gifted Medium Pint
when called before a Sen- or defective
ate Investigating Committee.The Mrs. Rubie Mizell basileus, of Join The NAACP Where lhou.snn (flue. early<< for help and advice, yon too can

"Big Operator" opens Sun- be touched by this. strange mysterious power
day at the Capitol Theatre. I. _I .

MARK IN r !MAGIC "CITYJISI'ECTRONICS of old Is Mill alive today and will open a nay for yon throughthe
troubled seas of life. Let not him that Is blind lead you or

'DRIVE,,FOR 500,000 )'aM Htnmblf with him .

t NEW YQIJK -, Announcementthat Do gnu dojiht' the existence of things because yon cannot'aeethem
the NAACP has passed the ? '
half-way mark 'in Its Golden Anniversary What do you think of the Invisible wave and sound' that
I drive lor 500,000 members 1208 N.W. 62nd Street make Wlreleiw, Telephone, Radio and Television possible
was made this week 'by
t Gloster B. Current, director of A need before II sprouts, lies concealed secret, client In the
I (branches RADIO TV PHONOGRAPHS dark earth or womb of Nature. TI1KRE IS AN "UNSEEN
"We still need 250,000'mem- POWER" '
bers to reach our goal," Mr. Current SALES SERVICE
a said, pointing out that a, Therefore, acquaint yourself :(' "'-'O' .a
"tremendous membership renew' with the one who is an rJ -

.5 al campaign last fall helped the (CaI1 PL 4.731.8 authority. Whose private .,.
association end the :' .
k: year success- consultation will evolve you
to a higher state of mind. '
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Hurricanes Committee to MeetAll THE MIAMI TIMES -'The ,People1 Newspaper?:,;. ./ ,

PrepareFor contributors to the Com SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 5, "1959 PAGE 11 ,
munity Recreation Committee for
Improvement of the Carver YMCAare
asked to meet Saturday at
Tough Schedule 10 pjm in the breezeway of the J., Finley Wilson of Dt. Lucille 'Martin, Dt. Fannie
: YMCA. Mae Moton, (Dt. Gertrude Saunders
Slim Bannister, chairman Dt. fester( Rivers, Dt LIl-
Facing ,the most difficult Still Lives, lian Smith: the late Dt. Elvinnle I '
Harris and Dt Florida Pedican.
chedule in 34 spectacular years Gardeners and Lawn This !WaS evident, for as far She ,further ,stated that there are
281 New Homes For
:>f football, University of Miami Maintenance Men back as 1946 'bank accounts were others who deserve ,great consideration -
ootball legions went back to established and the late grand
Richmond HeightsFirst She went on to say,
ort Tuesday to prepare for the ,Invited, exalted ruler, J. Finley Wilson Lest we forget our sainted Dt.
*!iant-klller slate. 62 units of a 281-home advised that it be (placed in t h e Ruler Bertie' Baldwin and peace
And from the looks of the Several months ago the rd.neis' bank in trust for the sole >
i addition to the South Dade com- purpose loving Ellen (Taylor under whose
Schedule mapped out by( Coach munity of Richmond Heights, have finishing a 12-week coursein of building' fund (for Greater administration every dime was
ndy Gustafson and his aides, been opened by Jim Kay Homes, commercial (gardening organ- Miami Lodge 1113 and Temple, raised., Then tearfully, she quoted -
Lhe Hurricane in for ized trade
gridders are a association. Now No. 769. This done. He
Inc., was ap- ,,her promise to the late Grand
)cane long, strenuous days of meetings on the second Thursdayof poi nted afun dra isl ng Exalted Ruler.
ork. More'than' 1,200 homes have each month. All gardners and pointed a fund raising chairman
Two-a-day workouts are in been (built in rder from the start and will since it was founded nine years to 'become members of ,this assured the :Bills that they at no has been purchased and the r
ntinue until the coaches, feel ago through the efforts of the on;anizat1on. Membership dues time would be left out, but the Lodge. 1113 Is the sole, owner.
he squad Is, ready for oneaay Urban League, a United Fund are $1.00 'per month 'plus a small Temple treasurer would be used, What plans the lodge make has
drills. agency, to provide increased initiation fee because of women's courage to not !been determined( so far
The two-a-day practice schedule home ownership opportunities for The purpose of the Commercial hold money.
calls for a total of three and Negroes. Gardeners (Association is. to raise An agreement iwas made be- Dts. Ann Lindsey and Sarah I
[alf hours a day on the field. The Remaining homes in the new the professional standards of the tween the Deputy of Greater Miami Smalley, treasurer, deserve much r I
am will take the field at 9:30: addition are expected to '!be completed industry; to foster (better acquaintance Lodge, (who was iDro. ZeJce credit for holding the account in-
the morning and drill for an by( the end of this year. our and half and then will go present an educational :program, I White, who was the fund raising loaned or borrowed !by any groupor
Uo a two-hour session in the Selassie EndsEuropean at each meting which twill enable chairman, that $10,000 would be individual according to the
Afternoon starting at 4 p.m. I igardenars to keep up with raised land then to proceed witha agreement, Individuals who have
Wcrkouts will behind closed the latest development in their
be Tour site. This far-sighted: leader heard of \tthe trust fund set up by
ates with only press, TV and field.At went on to state his reasons,
dio reporters admitted. ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia our September meeting our women close !to him. Dt. Marie this fallen leader are smilll11'Brc :
There will be some contact Emperior Haile Selassie has returned speaker will be Douglas Knapp, White stated that the fund grewto saying, "Finley Wilson still
ork right from the beginning home from a two-month assistant County Agriculture $7200; She praised the efforts lives"
Jut just when full scale scrim 'tour European\ capitals ,His Agent ott. Dade County. This will/ .
be Mr. i-- '*"* -*-"-*-* '
Knapp's first with - -
age will start depends uponw successful diplmacy] during his meeting I.
> the men perform in the conferences iwith chiefs of stateson the group since returning from
rly drill sessions. his tour has resulted in long- his South American tour wherehe
[(By Sunday night, all players term credits for Ethiopia. visited many of the famous PIANO SlCKp
re schedule to be in camp. gardens Mivies and slides always .
make Mr. Knajpp's lectures
[5 LETTERMEN Magnolia Hospital, interestings. very SEE WM. PINDER, Sr. I
The next regular meeting ,will .
The Lucky Seven was apparent be held at the Dade County Agriculture FOR PROFESSIONAL 'PIANO ,A i I
[ETURN TO at Magnolia Hospital this Dept., 2960 NW 7th ave. AND ,ORGAN SERVICES N
week with the advent of seven Thursday, Sept 10. All local
.-C. COLLEGE male babies. The lucky mothers gardeners are invited to Join the
are Mrs Arthur Colbrook, Mrs. association regardless of whether 1935 N.VW. 153rd St. SERVICE"
fifteen returning lettermen will Robert ''Moore, Mrs. Jethro Jack- or not they took the commercial .
the Wildcats of Bethune- son, Mrs. Henry Montgomery, gardners curse last fall. MU 8.3770
kman College when they meetd Mrs. Zack Martin, Mrs. Benjamin The officers are: Perry Tillman,
coach Rudolph G. "Bunky"Itthews Lewis and Mrs. William Brown. president; A. C. Smith, vice '
Sept. 1. Included in medical patients was president; H. Eason, secretary; J,
Mrs. Alma Starkey. R. Smith, treasurer.
Matthews, ,iwhq will begin his
4th year at the helm of the Emily Terrell, receptionist at 1 I
Wildcats will have to sort among Magnolia is leaving for vacation HARLEM, SQUARE DRIVER'8 JilCEHSE' !
:r bunch of incoming freshmen to after which: she will enter Knox-
,find'enough talent to replace. ville College, Knoxvllle, Tenn. SWEET SHOPA
*** e4. lost through .graduation orelastic Emily will major in elementary BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE \IN \OBTAINING: ONE \
troubles. lie believes, education. FULL LINE OP OROGENIES

eVer nt to that have he a can better find aggrcga-enough Harvey Strauss, administrator COLD GUTS COSMETICS.. 0' B ERY': '$
at Magnolia is leaving for a vacation -
than the last year's team I 208 ,N.W. 10th Street
|ich lost six and won only two. among: the bright lights of MAGIC CITY ,.DRIVING .SCHOOL.
ong the returning lettermen the big city New York. J

|11 be two men who are expectto - - - - - - - FR, 4-,7/66/
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anchor the line for the Wild- ;
\\fts. They are 230 pound Wesley 1453 N.W.ESth 4"u.( .
ith, a sophomore tackle from NOW RENTING; !
onroe High, Cocoa; and co- '. .. .
>taln CUrley Burch a Junior

aard, >who.will weigh in at 201. ,,.,, ,

One bright spot in this year'sam I 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments ,FARRAN'S PALMISTRY .STUDIO:

; will be the fact that the ,
Houses Stores
Madame Parran, life reader,' advlr,
|958 starting backfield ream .
Intact with 55" Donald born with power Mm*. Parrn I Is na.

urke a junior at quarterback, Brown Sub Coconut Grove: tlonally known, highly' recommended

feaptaln Earl Sykes, a senior at Downtown Mme Parran. Jh. ,wonder |lady of Miami,
left Liberty -
halfback, Arthur G. Knightt ,
right halfback and little Joe has returned \to ,help you ,with your per.
ye at fullback.: Love is the I I' onal problem

[smallest man to play the fullback WILSON RENTAL AGENCY, Inc. Are you unhappy? Does bad luok seem
position since "Bunky": has been
I af to follow you fAr. you discouraged, sick
coach, but size has not stoppedhim
from finding holes in the op- 1307 N.W. 3rd Ave FR 4-0116 u ,'r<9f? or In distress 7 M", .. radars remove evil
line when the team
pone - - - - Turn. failure Into success,
- - - - Influ.nCl. Reunite the paratd.
needed several yards. - -
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I health and happiness.' Phone NE 4-3267 ,for appointment.If .
Sykes' will be the main stay for . .
the backfield. Injuries kept him you cannot com send 2 one. dollar .bill with stamped,

from performing up to his great I COOK'S. .addreeeed envelope for your Solar Horoscope.
potentials for the three years, but
the coaches believe this is his Take Buses 15 or 24' fISOO N.W. 27th Are.
year. Matthews, who will be assisted '
"again this year by Ray-
mond Thornton, will have only KIDDIELAND
three iweeks to whip his material .
into shape before opening an 8-
game schedule Sept. 26 in Colum- 1 I
mia, S.c. against South Carolina JAMES
State College, one of the stronger Kindergarten ;
members of the Southern Con '
ference. 5 .& lOc STORE

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Simplicity' Pattern, Material and Money Order Sold EveryDay
W. H. CUNNINGHAM, Supervisor
U' -7:45 a.m. to 7 p.m. Men. thru Prl. I a.m. to 9 p.mi to I

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--1 :CARDS MEMORL4S :PAGE.J2 y' .':SATURDAY- SEPTEMBER 5, 1959 ., The 'family of the late,

'T ( ,_,,,______ 1 MRS.. IREATHA LOUISE HYLER
; .. ,; vied P by her parent Mr. and I wish, to take this opportunity to

CARD OF THANKSThe IN MI Mb!R MIn : Mrs.,,. Lewis Sweet. I,express their sincere thanks friends fend
DEATHS'' "- I appreciation to the many
I : Graveside services iwere held and neighbors, who remembered
ifaanily ot the late Elijah sad but lojfcg memory of
31 for infant Tur- with cards flowers and other
Aug ,
0I Monday,
Strachan, iwho passed to the our dear father,
Great [Beyond August 4 after a ner, son of .Mr. and Mrs. Ira : kindness during their bereave-
_ sudden ,illness at the Jackson, Manker.J.; Turner of '1661 INW 6th ave. ment. Special thanks to Rev. A.
D. Hall 'and congregation the
Memorial take this
Hospital services held Ebenezer M. Church, and, the
method to thank. the many friends Little Raphu S. Williams Jr:, was ,
Richardson :Funeral /Home for its
August 31 for infant Harris, son
and .neighbors for their acts of died August :28. Service yra& held
Harris of efficient .service. May God bless
kindness shown them during in the chapel. Final tnterrnent'inIdncoln of Charles: and '
their hours of bereavement.* Memorial Cemetery' with 1515 NW 5th ave.Richardson. each of ycuiRonald
Wish husband
Thanks to the entire Love and the Rev. iH. C. McDowell. officiat And Children,

Charity Family, Good Samaritans, ing. ". Mrs. Nathlea Hyjer, mother
Odd /Fellows, the Incarnation
Church Women, St. .Cecelia's William Saunders of 2024 NW Willie Way, 149 NW 11th St. Sister!Mrs. Margaret and ,brothers Dnkley. aunt
guIld Father E. S. Clark and his 153rd St., Opa Locka, died Aug. died on August 31. The body IWiIilie
family. Thanks (for the cards, 29. His body was shipped to the in repose at the chapel on
letters, telegrams, floral pieces Sellers' Brothers Funeral Home Thursday, Sefct. 3 from 3 p.m. CARD OF THANKSThanks
and cars, the Church of the Inj a in Atlanta for !final rites. until Friday, Sept. 4 after whichit .
: carnation choirs and the entire will /be shipped to the Sidney *to all of you for yout

community. all. Thanks Francis . Jones Funeral Home of Savan- kindness during my recent illness.It .
God bless
May you nah, Ga. for final rites. small of
!seems a very way expressing -
again. Funeral services for Mrs. any appreciation/ it
Mrs.' Martha S. Strachan, Alexander
j Gerylean Pierce ef 441A NW John 310 NW 16th conveys the sincerest of my
And I
14th terrace who died August 28 Terr., died in Jackson Hospitalon thoughts and the keeness of my
will be held 1 p.m. ,Thursday in Sept. 1. Funeral to be held on feelings of ,gratitude.My .
IN MEMORIAM the chapel ot Francis\ Funeral So;h. 5 from the chapel with family thanks you also.
Home. She Is survived by her burial in Lincoln Memorial. Time Mrs. Amy Carswell

.1 Twas only a year ago today. huSband, Verne]; five children, 2 pm. 15955 :Bunche Park
We felt a last in an unforgotten her father, Bruce:: Delancy. Inter- East Drive Opa Locka
I GUSEn ment will be held at Lincoln Memorial Infant Boy Pringle, one of
I',\ wayThe Cemetery twins born to James and Mrs.
skies grow darn the stars who departed this life Sept. 5, Daisy Pringle, 2022 NW 5th placedied
are dim.: 1958. John Bobb of 415 NW 11th terr. in Jackson Hospital on Aug. Register Today!
In of dear mother
,. memory our When the day of toil Is done I Apt. 6 died ,August 28 at Jackson' 29. Burial will !be xn Sept. 3.
and (grandmother, When the race of life is run,
FLORENCE ALLEN Hospital. He is survived !by .his' LITTLE FOLK
Father grant thy wearied one Willie Lighting 1027 NW 1st
wife Mrs. Vannie Bobb. Funeral' ,
Death's hands had its
5 1958. Rest for evermore. services are scheduled for Sat- court died in the Jadkson (Hospital PLAY SCHOOL
September Ella' Mae Coleman; daughter urday at Ebenezer Methodist on Aug 25. Funeral services
when death
Dark is the hour 3290 St.
Walter Cartledge, son conducted from the N.W.15th
prevails. Church, :with Rev. Aaron D. Hall were chapelon
(Blamie Cartledge, son officiating. Aug. 28 (with !burial in Para-
But there's a bright and glorious R. C. Cartledge son dise Memorial ." Mrs. Dorema Davis

hope,gloom.that (scatters death'sdark ,James Cartledge, son Funeral services for Toney NE 5-5283

Blest are the dead forever, Enoch Rolle /were/ held Tuesday, Range . Hours: 8 to 4 p.m.
IN MEMORIAMIn Sept. ,1 at Ebenezer Methodist ,
Blest who sleeps in Jesus rest. S5
Church, (with . Edna Devoe loving of dear
memory my officating. 63rd st. died in Jackson Memo-
Harry (Davis wife, .- .J
rial Hospital on Aug. 30.: Mrs.
Helena Adams Stubbs same to !Miami from
Seniors Beautiful HomeOn
Rodney Devoe . Exuma Bahamas
more than 45

Funeral services for !Lois Peterson years ago and has lived hero Large Lot
IN MEMORIAMIn since that time. She has also been
n of 15625 NW 159th st., Opa
memory of odea who died August 28 was an active member of the Churchof Your lot can be a paymenton
God for Survivors
many years
d/a A'f held Thursday, Sept. 3 at San- include a niece, Mrs. Creola this 3-bedroom new 2-
ford. She is survived by her mother
Hepburn, a cousin Kenneth Williams.
father and other relatives. baths 2-car garage
Funeral services will be

FUneral services for Willie conducted on Saturday, Sept. 5 5940 N.W. 23rd Avenue
at 1 pjm at the Church of God,
Dinkers of 3167
NW 53rd st.
held was located at NW 19th st. and 2nd Open 3-5 p.m.
Tuesday, Sept. 1 at Seniors
court. Bishop Wallace ,will offi!
: > > Chapel with the Rev C. C Mc- ciate. Baron JE 8-1340
Burial will be conducted'i11
t vQ Clary officiating. He is survivedby
his mother, and grandmother. Lincoln Cemetery. '"

4 7.Yr. Funeral services for Mary
Sweetat 6730 SW 67th ave.,
\ L"tlia South Miami was !held Sept 1 in JOIN THE
the chapel with the Rev. C. C.
McClary officiating She is sur-

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\ wo departed this life September .
5, 1952. (The family' of the late to 116 W. Flagler Street
They have fought a gallant flght MRS. IRMA FLOYD JONES
ILn death's cold arms they.l1>>'e- wishes to thank its friends and
severed neighbors for kindnesses shown AND'REGISTER

___ ._ And after' life's 'omcheery night. during its hours bereavement./ .
p. p p ''" The harbor of their rest S is neap dr Thanks for your cards, letters,
RALPHLETTA EVANS telegrams and other expressionsof "
who departed this life September They are the'children of.thyftears sympathy. TODAY!

<, 5, 1954. Then hasten,,Mother to their aid. Special thanks :to the neighbors -
Gone, /but not forgotten. In pity think each hour appearsAn of 73rd and 74th streets for
While memory lingers on age, while glory .Is delayed their flowers.
Muriel Evans, mother William Finder Sr, husband Again thanks to everyone for
j Sister, nieces, !fourbrothers/ "t I everythings, and may God bless
and number. of friends and (keep :you alL
:! IN MEMORIAMIn Charlie Jones, husband
IN MEMORIAM And The Floyd Family grL -
loving memory ot, out dear ****"*"\
.. OXfleee Mrf fryrN amieee* ende'
wife and
,J"* In ''loving memory of my dear daughter, CARD OF THANKSThe

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,' died August 29, 1054. MRS. CATHERINE RAHMING '
:, r'' Gone, but not forgotten Gone, but not forgotten i wish to thank the 'pastor officers 1'
.. 'I Sybil Johnson, wife May her soul rest in peace. and members of Temple Baptist
Milton Pother, husband Church and all the friends
'And many N.W,17th
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Mrs Mamie Curry mother and neighbors for their kindness

cards, telegrams and floral pieces Our./Atlas Rap,Ow.Kr
Don't FretFight! during the time of their sorrow. Rag a.we. : Mnctar

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.,\, , f Bedford Ave,.,ErooklyiL ..., ,
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\ ,. GROUP gress had tried McCall) absentia -
,, ', and had condemned'him to

\ THREATENS HIM Negro death for race.his crime- ,? -aigalnst; the

The letter has"been
t given to
Sheriff Willis MoCall of, Lees-
. < themI for Investigation
burg County, is reported to
:' haye said this week that he MoCall came dntov the limelight
t' \ received -
in the infamous Groveland
,. : case
{{ ...' ,1 a letter from a Negro organization '
'.' in 1949 when he shot fyvo Negrccs .
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CHILD. : CARE condemning him to
accused in
< <(1.' a rape case. One .
death. He believes that it is the
TAKE CARE of small child-
\ r of them was killed and the oth
)n for working mothers. For in- 2-BEDROOM APT. Stove, refrigerator ; ( !; work of a crank.According wounded.. (They were handcuffed -

Irmation, call NE,4-5855. ... bedroom furnished. Very to McCall, the let together, but he said they
nice CBS.. Also one-bedroom apt, : \< ter was .signed by Rufus T. Washington tried to escape.Advertise.
LOSTA light; and water 1650. 2262 NW . 3' .,, III, Supreme Grand Vicar
of 02nd St., MU, 1-5740 or TU 8-6985. Imperial Pontif Regent, NationalNegro
pair dark rim eyeglasses It Pays!
f For long lasting hair Congress of the USA, Su
ith silver trimming, In front:of; styles
HOUSE. Also furnished .
rooms. I
77 NW eth ave. Finder kindly
3377 NW 52nd st. Phone NE NEXT TIME TRY
turn tot Mrs. Mlrrilda Owllord:

above address, or phone FR FURNISHED 3-3900. BEDROOM In f x.,
7764.. W. home with necessary accom- aGuGousVELVET WHY WORK? 'I

epairs Repairs Repairs modations. Call PL 40064. By Richard Cardinal Cushlnf, Archbishop of Boston

( Electric T stoves and hot water. FOR SALE TOUCHby WORK is not popular with our TO EACH a different task fa,
aters repaired, also toasters, generation' The shorter working I given; to one is given labor .with
ons and other small appliances. LOT. Carver Ranches Size 146x week, shorter working day, shorter his hands, to another the toil oC
50. For Information call JE S working hours are the cry of the intellect. But for each ,and all,
DRAKE'S 2-1095. Kinsey. S12 sam b. solomon the times. As a matter of fact, his work is the chief means of his
7612 N.W 22nd Avenue there is a tremendous amount of salvation. The more work a man
Phone OX 1-9688. LOT. Size 50x140 in Carver Ranches Greaseless Longer Lasting work done just to avoid work. Laborsaving la given to do, the more work he
S12 (West Hollywood.) A nice Ask 'your beautician or at devices are a symbol of takes on himself, the more merit
key lot, next to corner. Cash or Cosmetic Counters the times. he is in position to gamer before
WANTED terms. If terms, small down pay- Some of the God; the more he is qualified to
ment, MU 5-1323. S5 share in the expiation and reparation
reduction of work
I We need substitute mothers
FILES FALSE ". by which Jesus worked our
is understandable "
id cooks for of .
positions oned 2MBEDROOM HOUSE. Jalousie .a salvation.We .
two weeks. Salaries to and even desirable
$10 aYo. windows. Nice location. 5613 NW
should fall victim distinctions
ARREST SUIT but the repugnance not to -
llth ave. $9,250, $750 cash. Often W'
for } betweiv types of workers.
{Hostesses, we .will pay $2.00 Saturday, Sunday and Labor Day
work the 'wish w "White collar" workers are no less
ansiportatlon on any live-In afternoon. Mrs. Mary M COmbs, 51, of ,
rl we place. Salary $35 up. 1435 NW 62nd st., has filed $5,000 to avoid work at toilers in behalf of the common
e early morning with clothes. 2-iBEDROOM HOUSE. 790 NW false arrest suit In the Circuit all costs these good than are those who 'work .
Mrs. Mack 53rd Terr. MU 1-3414. Court against the City of Miami are unhealthy, with their hands. Dock hands, machinists
RELIABLE EMPLOYMENT claiming that she 'was struck, unholy and unfortunate and "laborers" are no less
SERVICE BAR AND RESTAURANT. Fully beaten and kicked by an otto signs of Cushing bound up with the 'work of the
Espanola Way, Miami Beach equipped, ready for use. Nice location duty patrolman' She made t h u the times. world and the highest interests of
busy neighborhood Apply : charge on Sept. 2, that the officer CHRISTIAN philosophy, as devout the nation than bankers and diplo
PERSON TO Teach Jn day 4928 NW 22nd ave., or call NE broke her log and Jailed her men live it out, has a totally mats.
sery kindergarten with '&\ 4-0233. without medical care. different idea of work. First of THE HANDS of Jesus reflectedall
st 1% years college training She is reported to have had 12 all it work duty. The kinds of work. He had the handsof
accepts as a
one PL 1-2659. arrests In the 'past 11 years for a manual worker so long as He
chronic loafer
is nuisance
Why Keep on Being drunkness not merely a
and disorderly conduct.
was in the carpenter shop. When
Christian values he is
FOR RENT Last month she paid $10 on a immoral. He took up His work of preachingin
Taken? drunken charge
the years of His public life His
PUJlNISI, ED Efficiency. Beautl- I Walter Davis Jf., probationary Christian philosophy welcomes hands grew white, and white they
all utilities 4190 NW 32nd We have no If, ands or buts patrolman who made the arreston work M a Joy. People who work, remained until they were reddened,
We have reconditioned refrigerators May 1, said that Mrs. Combs 'who work hard and all the time, M all consecrated,hands must sooner -
stoves washing machines, appeared to be walking normally may have their occasional aches of or later be, with the blood of
ovely completely. furnished factory trade-ins. We have ser- when he took her to the (precinct head or pains in the back, But Calvary. Every'; worker's hands
se With two bedrooms, Florida vice, repairs at moderate rates. Jail at 470 NW 11th st., they avoid the one d'seaie 'which can have a''part In the redemptive
plus carporte with beau- Why not see ius first. is fatal to happiness: boredom due mission which we share with Jesus.WORLD .
t landscaiping.:: In the heart of PLANTSFruit to idleness .
f ,.: ..
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Center. It is an Ideal J
ace for quiet and comfortable 2508 NW2nd Ave. I trees, flowers, shade trees,
Ivlng. See it at 836 NW 65th St. FR 1-6066 One of the largest variety, selec- lslllsllllsl allaa"' '''' ''''''''IiI''''''''_

dults only. Must be experienced tion in Miami. Come by and take ,
Tl taking care of a good home. a look. C { ,. FAMOUSWMBM
hone PL 8-0792. JOHN STARR ALONZA. KELLY if'
1473 NW 67th St; OX"1-0347 .
ICELY FURNISHED weekly Blessing: Man S* .4 ,

rooms. $8.50 single, $10 double. 1 to 3 day Special Messing $25
Mae's Guest House, 2170 Wash-
Ington ave., dpa Looka. S5 to $100. One to two week blessing S.
$3 to $6. Also available Incense Are you a wallflower _

'stove$17 PER WEEK 2-bedroom oil and candles Remember, this Would(you Ilk., to learn te danceIn TOPS IN LISTENING I
refrigerator and water a private atudlof>
free. Also furnished Js YOUR Life.H . ,. '
one-bedroomj I
844 NW '70th st. Phone NA 1-6953 I : > P.O., :Box 1922' VISIT THE KING COLEMAN SHOW

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ROOM 141 NW 9th it. See '
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refrigerator, bedroom furnished Owner has other business interest
very nice. CBS1. Owner on prem= Will sacrifice well established business with large .
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HOUSE at 4835 NW ,
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1641 NW 64th st. No children.
OX 1-5343 or FR 94859. Indf :: : ::- :: ::: :: :: :: :: go to

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tYpe. Kitchen efficiency available. l.JYou are a American citizen
For information call NA 16654. Buying.
I 2.-You are 21 years of age

FURNISHED ROOM In good : FOR BEST RESULTS ADVERTISE IN 3.-You have been a resident of Florida for one
downtown location. 936 NW 3rd I .
ave., apt 1, FR 48904. year. .
4.-You have been a resident of Dade Countyfor
NICELY FURNISHED efficiency. six monthsIf
Low as $15. Roctns for men only. :- : : .'
520 NW 7th st. Phone FK 4-2213. the 1
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NICE ROOM. Have use' ,of the j FR 3-2238 dx 1.0421 you must register again .
house. .1
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\ Sunday Services Sunday School......... 9:30 am
I :)unaay School ............ 9:30: am Morning Service ........... 11:00: am.
Morning Worship ........ 11:00: am Westminster Fellowship 6:00: pm
\ BTU ......................."....... 5:30 p.m Evening Service 8 pm.
Evening Worsuip ............ 7:30: pm. 1 ..
r rT Visitors always welcome -
\# .r ; " 323 N.W, 14th St ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev.
: p' to s. I f 1".
4 E. D. Richardson, pastor
fI Minnie T. Copeland, reporter
i- H. C. Samuels pasta Sunday School....."....".......;.. 9:30:

.... =-. Mrs. Evelyn Granger, reporter Morning worship ...".............. 11:00:
-ter BTU .".".."..."..............".."........ 5:30:
Sunday School...................... 9:30: .
: Evening worship ...... .... .... 7:00:
ST. LUKE BAPTISTRev. Morning service .........".."..... 11:00: ? "

I THE MIAMI ES-'The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE Evening' Service .""............... 7:00:
.I, P. W. Williams, pastor
Sis. Susie K. Whitehead,' reporter Sunday coming we are anticipating Expression of ThanksMother
5 1959BAHA'l.
14 another great day in t ,h e
Sunday School".."......"......... .9:30:
field of Christianity beginningwith
Morning service ................... 11:00 School at 9:30 M. Bertrand and the
Sunday : am.
MT. BTU' ...>.................".."................. 5:30 Sisters of Holy Redeemer School]
ASSEMBLY: ZION A. M. E. followed by regular morning
would like to congratulate and
Evening worship .".."..",. .... 7:00:
r. services at 11 am. then closingout
thank the members of Re-
:. Ernest Baumgartner, Baha'i 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. Holy
another of worship
You are invited to a window day deemer, St. Augustine Richmond
youth from Barrow, Alaska, who Opa Locka
in party Saturday night, Sept. 5, at the Holy Communion services at Heights' St. Phillip and St. Fran-
is visiting his grandparents Rev. C. J, Jenkins
pastor 8 until at the home of Sis. Sallle 7 (p.m. Ourpastor" will be in cis Xavier ,parishes for the fine
North Miami, /twill lead the discussion Sunday School."..""...". s:30: a.m Newton, 2033 NW 59th st. There charge of these services with No. spirit of cooperation manifestedat
at the Baha'i Center, 137 Morning worship .........." 11 a.m will be after service programthe one choir furnsihlng music in tra the "Welcome" reception held
NW llth,,.ave, Sunday, Sept. 6, 7 uedgue:: "..............."...."..."o 5 p.m second Sunday night, spon- .m. and No. two in the pm. The last Sunday. Keep it upl!
p.m. His subject will be, "Why Evening worship ....... ... 7 senior ushers will be at their post
Search For Truth?" "" p.m. sored by :Sis. Arthur Lee Collins, the .... .II..... "' _RooI..
throughout day
of the Women's Day captains.
Everyone is cordially Invited The A. C. E. League invites one Wednesday night, Sept.> 9, Rev.
to participate in this discussion. you to attend a musical concerton You. are invited by the Dea- Fritz will deliver a sermon. Beautiful Home oa

Sunday, Sept. 13 at 3 o'clock coness board to its ,annual tea The president of Choir No. one Your Lot
TRIUMPH CHURCH This concert: !is being sponsored. Sunday, Sept. 20, 4 to 6 pjm. at is thanking you in advance for
) by Mr ands. Harold Higgs r the home of Deacon and Mrs. ycur cooperation. 1tftv"'C MS
Prince H. Mobley. pastor
and their musical students.r r
Annie Lois Bell, 753 NW 67th st.
Sis. S. Daniels, reporter Please come out and see what Admission, $1.00. ST. JAMES A.M L.
School of Wisdom ........."..... 10:00 these youth'have in store for you.
Evening service .."....""."......... 8:00 I Dorothy M. McGhaney, reporter The Woman's Day committee is Rev. H McNeal Harris, pastor
having a selling at the :home o t Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter

On Thursday, Sept. 3 a Won- Morning Star BaptistRev. Rev. Williams each Saturday Sunday School...........".. .... 9'30
derful program and'love offering Please come and help us out. Ware I Morning! worship ."................. 11:00:
will be in progress for Bro. R. L. I. Clayton, pastor asking each !committee to ACE League...""""........"..."... 5:30: Complete building s.rvlc.
Moultry and Sister S. Daniels 514 N.W. 23rd St. please be present Tuesday night, Evening worship ....... ...... 7:00:
who will be leaving shortly for Sunday School.................... 9:30 Sept. 8 at the church, Sis. Annie "" PLANNINGBUILDING
college. Morning service .................... 11:00: Sullivan, chairman. At the \ill am. and 7 pm ser- .
Remember friends you are always BTU ..._........".......*....*........._... 8:30 vices the Holy Communion will FINANCINGYour
welcome at the Triumph Evening service ..............._....... 7:30 We are asking prayers for the be administered. The pastor will
Church. \' You are welcome to all services pastor as he goes on his flight preach at (both services. All who New Horn

to the National (Baptist Conven- attend these services will be uplifted 'REPAIRINGREMODELING
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST GREATER BETHEL A.M.ERev. I, tion. We are asking each member and inspired. .
r to contribute during our drive. Plans >are now underway for
1571 N.W. 68th Terrace S, A. Cousin, pastor the opening of our Kindergarten RENOVATINGOver
Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor Mrs. Jenette Folson reporter
School, Sept. 8. (Register your
TEMPLE BAPTIST: child Twenty Yeah of
On last Sunday the'pastor was Sunday School ...................... 9:30: now.
away attending the Ministers Morning worship ."............. 11:00 The organ recital in //which Le- For information call OX Construction' Experience
and Deacons union at West Hol- Evening'worship .",..."......".... 7:00: Roy Thompson was sponsored by r 1-4212 or OX 1-8184. The school Guaranteed tofactlon
lywood. The Rev delivered the the No. 1 choir on Monday even- will be under new managementand
message for ,us. The women of, Greater Bethelare ing was quite a treat. Mr. twill be one of the most outstanding -
Don't forget baptism on Sun- making plans for they annual Thmpson's repertoire include in the community. i7 LJQ4'VL.' (]L1mv

day morning the first Sunday of Women Day, which is the fourth classics, semi-classics and Spiri- The 11th annual Woman's Day
the month. Mrs. Erma Stewart Sunday in October Mrs. Margaret tuals. An appreciative audience observance' will !be an event in ( tY@ 349

and Mrs Mary Bain have returned Carey has been chosen as general enjoyed every number and the November.' ; Mrs. Sarah !Mobley is .
from their vacations, on last chairman for Women's Day and artist was roundly applauded.It the chairman of this event, and NE 5-6171
J Wednesday morning. Mrs. Elisabeth Mesdames Mary Colden and Mrs. Susie Smith, co-chairman. 1121 N.W. 29th Street
Barr left for Nassau on her Marie Price, cochairmen.The is slgnLficant to note that Don't (forget to register your MiamiSOOTIN'S .
vacation. Welcome home to those preaching services for a entire program, which Includedsome child now
I who have returned and good luck two week revival was begun on difficult numbers was done Hot meals, transprtation. I ___
to those who are leaving. Monday night, Aug. 31. The from memory. Mr. Thompson is
1 We are very proud to say that s eaker will be Rev. Ira Fayson still receiving compliments.
f new organist for the No. two We are asking all who possiblycan '
First services will be
\ choir is doing a remarkable. job. to come out and Join in and as TVFor
usual. The Lord's will be
She is Mrs. Cleora Moss, a very enjoy this wonderful service withus. Supper

4 talented young lady. ing administered, and the morning choirs and will even-sing Reconditioned TV's From $19.95

__Visit_win_ the neip. sick to, near a word THIS of prayer week_- Jointly. For The Finest Service on All TV Make & Models
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visit the church of Mf. Olive Missionary Bapt.
your choice. THE INCARNATION Try ua You'll Like us

No matter where you may worship 402 NW 2nd Ave., Hallandale 321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3-1589
you will serve the sam e Rev. Benjamin Franklin, pastor 1835 N.W. 54th Street
God More than 25 of reliable service
Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr.. vlrar years
Sunday School......?..?...."?... 9:30: Susan Butler reporter
Church of TransfigurationEpiscopal Morning service ......."....._... 1:00 SUNDAYS
( ) Evening service ....\..*"...".....,,. 7:00 Solemn Sung Mass and ,

!)' 2571 N.W. 152nd Terr. Come and hear and see The Sermon ........................ 8:45: a.m.
Ven. John E. Culmer Madam Ford Gospel Chorus at Church School and Bible YOU ASKED FOR IT!
'J priest in charge the Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Class ........................... lOam
Stanley Sweeting reporter Church./ This program will begin E. Y. C. Meeting ........... 5:30: pm So here it is-A full ONE YEAR
) Services at 3 pan on Sept. 6. Solemn Evensong and AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE '
'; Morning every Sunday Sermon ................. 7 pm
Sunday School worship...... 10-.30 8:30: MT HERMON A. M. E. Weekdays Policy for moat people with only
Low Mass: Wednesday mornings
Opa LoekaHer. and All Saints Day 6:30: am. $15 DOWN PAYMENT
Gay, pastor
,, 3078 N.W. 45th St. Publicity Committee Sunday, Sept. .6, the 15th SUn- SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY
Rev Rudy day after Trinity, has been des1i'nated
Sis. Keaton, pastor Morning worship ................. 11:00 as "Back to College Sun-
Marjorie Shelby, reporter Sunday School"",................... 9:30 day." At the 8:45: am. Mass 645 N.W. 36th St. 27th Ave. Farmer MarketPL
Evening Service ..........,. 7:30 DJB Evening ......... 9-5284
Pnver Service worship ........... 7:00: there will be corporate commun- NA 4-1811
"TO ."................."....."... 50 7:31 p.m njn I Mt. Hermon was truly: a beau- : ion the !for church.all the college children following of I

Morning: Service ............ II ...* tiful setting Sunday at the tea service, Immediately the Episcopal Wo--
\i, ST. FRANCIS XAVIER r Mrs.given Normsal by The Hall Silent president.Workers. men will fellowship be hostesses an informal NOW I

Love feast Friday night. All bsEcRET
N.W 4th Ave. and 18th Terr. members are expected to attend. All college] children of the AT

Phone FR 9-1424 Holy Communion rail be observed church are urged to be present LAST
MASSES> through the day Sunday tt l I09NUMBERS.
Daily ..""..""..........._. 5 aJB Sept. 6. Our prayer meeting will MT. CALVARY BAPTIST They can
Sunday....". 7 am, & 8-30: aJn be observed Monday night after tif1, be sold-
the first Sunday. oxreachlnff tfn1.. Ri" E. M Thomas. outer a t yes these 'flII1tt
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Notice lows the next week. -Phyl1ts Myers, reporter two a maz
to Church There will be \ .
church a Isle on the Sunday School"..................... 9:30 ing books.
i Reporters night. (grounds each Saturday Morning worship ."................ 11:00: 'y The titles ic tONY -

Pray for the BTU .......".................... 5:30: tiafly par.. : -7
\( In an effort to make our and please: attend sick church and shut-ins Sunday. Evening ,worship ................... 7flO: their explain GODFREYSPENCER I

church page more Interesting and Mrs. Bessie foal is sponsoring contents. I
newsy may ,we suggest that our TRINITY WESLEYAN a Dollar Day on the third Sun- But the tit
church reporters include more of day in 4 les alone ,
September in behalf of
the coming activities in their reports R'v. Of'Orre E. Johnson, pastor Men's Day. can not begin . ,._ '......L.....
instead of what has taken Mr* Phyllis Andrews, reporter to reveal -

place already. A coming meetingor =under School .......,.- 9 LID Our shutins are Sisters Essie to you
't program, names of elected Mornln worship .............N.... 1I:0C Mae Doten, Nelson and Bro. the facts of why you may not be able to win. Yes between these'
delegates to conventions, shut- Vmmg People's M...tinf "J" pm Henry Redwine. 'We hope for pages you will learn the secret of how the astrologists get their
in members, church social functions ' speedy recovery.FRIENDSHIP. youa winning numbers. You may find out for the first time why you have
all certainly make better failed to catch anything by speculation on stocks and bonds. Cuban
reading than what has gone by. MONROE MUSIC HOUSE BAPTIST and other forms of numerology! These books tell you what to do to.
An exception to this would be set on the winning track often! You can not afford to be without
reporting the outcome special Writer of Rock of Ages Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor these books for the very low price of only $5: .00 for both. This may
events, i.e. Men's or Women's Everything !in Gospel Music Claudia Wilson be your chance to make a I killing and say goodbye to bills and money
Day anniversaries etc. Everything: for the Church. reporter worries forever. Tell your friends only after you are on a better road
Sunday School ............._._M 9:30
We sincerely solicit your cooperation Hymnals, Furniture. Mail orders to success. Be the first Order 'yours today.
Morning worsrhlp .._........... 11:00
in helping snake our (pap promptly: filled. 833 N.W. 3rd Evening worship ..............;... 7:00
er a better one.Church Ave., Apt. 1, FJl 4-8904, Miami, BTU........................._............ 530 Send to JAMAICA CANDLE SHOP, 0965 ,",W. n"l Av.,
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Key to Growing Strength" SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1959 PAGE 15 .
be the ; .
will subject of James C. In-Around
Lee, guest speaker, on Sunday, The Bahamas "
Sept 6, 11 a.m. at the First Uni- I
tarian Church.Mr. --- By A. H. MeKENZIfi .
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Lee __....._..... ...._____Uh._____ _.... -
has served as !president ---------------- -- .u 1 I r. II II 3-Bedroom. CBS House ;
of the local '
congregation, is at ; rrx-
Last !week a delegation ,
present chairman of the Denominational of top take further studies. Th follow
Ccmmfttee and Board officials of the Masonic Lodge in ing nine students also], left on the I .
New York' visited Nassau and same 'plane Misses C. E Johnson $1,000 down. Has .' '
Member (president of the Florida organized : large CBS utility room, fenced :[
Unitarian Conference for the Kin; Solomon Lodge M. A. Major, D. E. Smith, D. J. ;
year. and is a board memberof second No. 1 of the Scotislx Kite, and Johnson, E. M. Russell D. T. yard, awnings, fruit trees ,L.:.."...
the Thcimas Jefferson Unitarian' Queen Vashti Chapter, order of Baibb D. Sands, C. M. Simons and .'\' :Yjt'
Council. Eastern Star of Adoptive Rite. W. N. Gibson. READY TO MOVE IN :
The New Yorkers were headed f \
On Friday, Sept. 11 *at 7 (p.m., by Prof. W. T. Mead Grant, past I A general recruitment for 1290 We also have other houses with low down paymenta' .
Community Group No. 8 wilt most excellent Supreme Grand laborers for 'work in the United 'ar
meet at the home of Mr. and Patron of the Supreme' Grand I States was started on August 25 ,. ,
Mrs. i earl M. Starnes, 6140 &W Chapter. Most Pussiant Sovereign by the Labor Department. A rep- Goqdman's Real Estate
79th court, icr a Covered dish Commander of the Supreme resentative of the Florida Fruit
supper, followed byxa discussion Council of the 33rd decree of and Vegetable' Association is in 2688 N.W. 62nd Street Phone NE 5-0931
on corporal 'punishments in Orleans. The local lodge is Nassau as supervisor
schools, headed by Jchn: L Frazier. .

Edward George a driver of a ,
ST. LUKE BAPTIST Six-year-old Lloyd Pinder was car, and Mrs. Mary Lewis a pas- .
reported lost at Simms, Long senger, escaped injury when
Mrs. Bunesba Green, reporter Island, on August 24. Son of Vernal near vehicle collided iwith a car
Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor Pinder ci Kemp Road, Nas- driven by Bruce Minor on Aug. :
Sunday School ...............M....... 9:30: sau, he was visiting his grandmother 20. George's car burst into flames By Popular DemandGamma
Morning worship ................. 11:00: and disappeared from from the impact. Minor Jumped ,
BYPU ................................'........ 5:30: her hcme at Bridgewater. A 36- from his taxi and pulled George .
Evening worship .................... 7:00: hour intensive search failed to and Mrs Lewis to safety. Zeta ,Omega ChapterOF
find any trace of the child. r

CORINTH BAPTISTRev. Samuel Culmer, 43, a native of
Mr: and Mrs. Richard Dean.prlnc.pal Palmetto Point, Eleuthera, diedn .
W T. Thomas, pastor { and assistant principalof | the Princess Margaret Hospital -
Phone NE 5-1518 the public school at Clarence on Aug. 16. Mr. Culmer was Alpha Kappa Alpha SororityWILL
Sunday School....................... 930: Torn, Long Island, and H. W. employed 'toy Aranha and Chee-
Morning worship .................. 11:00 Carrs: ,bell, left Nassau last Tues- A-Tow ,Ltd., and operated a bar-
Evening worship .................... 7:30 day for England !where they will, ber shop' during his spare time. PRESENT
Ccme and hear a (gospel preacherand He is survived by his /widow 4 .
successful pastor daughters, two sons, three sisters.
New Providence to and a brother. *
Fashion Fair
Matthew Temple AMEZ Hold Dinner Sale The Rev. R. K. Bennett died Ebony

1628 N.W.. 5th Ave. suddenly at Dorman, Llngfield
Rev. Daniel Pridgen, pastor New Providence Chapter No. 99 England on August 10 in his' Olst WATCH FOR THE DATE!
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Order cf Eastern Star is sponsoring year. About 50 years ago Father
Morning a dinner sale on this Satur- Bennett served as rector of St.
Worship 11:05: a.m.
Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. day, afternoon at the home of Matthew's Nassau, and was
priest in charge of the churchesat
Mrs. Johnie Mae Hill, 1142 NW
Cat Island. !S2S2S2SHS25 n";: < S'A
The body 9WS2SS2SW
GREATER NEW BETHEL First Court. Dinner will be sold was cremated
frctn 12 noon until. The public i is He is surrvived by a son
1te'v. W. K. Smith. pastor Invited to the sale. inners /will and a daughter. You've READ about it!
Mrs R. Conley, Clerk also be delivered
Mrs. Rosa Lee Johnson Patrick Isaacs 40, died suddenly .
Morning worship 11:00: associate matron on August 27. His survivorsare : You've HEARD about

Sunday School....................... 9:30: Mrs. Dorothy: Lighttourn, four brothers, Ned, Cecil, N E'WI
BTU 5:30: secretaryMt. Gerald and Kendal; six sisters, :
Evening worship .......... 7:00 Mrs Albert Fountain, Mrs. Stanley
Archer Mrs. Samuel Bethel, Mrs. .
Pleasant Methodist NOW you can GET itl!
SALTER'S CHAPEL Ellison Thompson, Mrs. Ogden
Rev. H. J. Benson pastor 2170 Washington Street Bethel and Mrs. Audrey North.

Ruth Twiggs, reporter Opa Locka wright Direct from New York, Chicago, Cleveland
School............... Stephen learned f in
Sunday School....................... 9:30 9:30: a'm' the Magistrate's Court on. August
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Morning worship ................ ...11:00 Morning worship 11 ajm.vil. 27 that he could not use a gun as and Detroit . To Miami . thee
ACE League ....................:....... 5:30 a stlok and get away with it, H jj
Evening: worship .................... 7:00 CALVARY BAPTIST was charged with being in possession \ wonderful, amazing;
neF: M Phoma* Dfl torPhylJw of an unlicensed gun,
NEW HOPE BAPTIST Myers, reporter and hitting a man with it. He was

lt t"Jamt'lt E. Brown pastor Sunday School....................... 9:30: fined $210. and given a stern } '
Mro Vandeil Bovati, Morning service .................... 11:00: warning.N.NNNNNNN.NNNN.IN. S
reporter Evening service ...............-....... 7:00: .................. iTvp
:Sunday School...........,........... 930: J ;
Morning worship ................ 11:00: ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. Sunlight Chit-Chat
Evening worship .................... :
BTU ............................................ 5:30 7:00:: 0 W. Foster pastorA. -......-......--...........--..... 1\W\
L. Johnson reporter
On Tuesday evening there was
Sunday 'School....................... 9:45: a booster program among contestants -
BETHANY BAPTIST Morning Service *.................... 11:00: for the coveted "Miss Sun- Hair-Weev, is a patented method of weav
3078 BTU ............................................ 5:30: light of 195960. Each year the
Rev. Rudy N.W.Keaton 45tfh, pastor St. Evening worship .................... 7:06 events at Sunlight are always ,ing beautiful human hair directly to your
Marjorie highlighted with an aU expense
reporter BETHEL BAPTIST paid trip to Nassau or the equivalent

Sunday School....................... 9:30 Richmond 1 in cash. The queen will be hair, for the purpose of adding, length,
Morning worship .................,.. 11:00 Height riding the Sunlight' float !in the
BTU ............................................ 5:30 Rev. L. R. Ross. Pastor annual Orange Blossom Classic thickness or covering bald spots. It can be
Evening ........ Jean E. Scott, reporter parade.
-worship ............ 7:00 Sunday School ........................ 93:0 Mrs. Ella Moncur, nationally
Zion Morning service .................... 11:00 known hair stylist now taking her COMBED, SHAMPOOED and treated
Hope M. Baptist BTU ..............................1..1..1..,...5.30 teacher's training here at Sunlight -
1710 N.W. 69th St. and 17th Ave Evening service ........................ 7:00 We wish her success and like your own hair. Does not come' off.
Rev. C. W. Scott, pastor I, assure that she will be a good instructor -
Sunday School 9:30 ST. MARY'S W. M. In her chosen field of the Defies Detection.

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Morning Service 11:00 Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor

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THE*' MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper"PAGE Edward EmanuelDies "ff. phla"two; aunts* < Mrs. Albertha Funeral services, will be held
Turner and Mrs. Clementina Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock, at
in New York Jones. i St. Agnes Church, under the direction -
16 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1959 : A''special'Low Mass of Requiem cl Francis Funeral Homa,
,- , Edward J.: Emanuel, 41, widely, "was reld for Mr.. Emanuel at 7:30 '
J I I" I I I I I I 'I I' The body will lie in at
known former Miamian, w a'II Friday morning at St. Agnes
found dead last Saturday 'Episcopal Church, with the Ven. the church from 10 ajn. Friday. ,
JUST BROWSN'PAUL / at his home, 26 Clinton St.,nigh John E.. Culmer officiating. until funeral time.
York City. Mr. Emanuel' was a
.\ teacher in the Dade County !pub- a-
R. HENRY Ik school system for a numberof GET ALL THE LATEST TUNES AT . 1,
years before going to New. -'.;
I I I 'I I 1,1 II York, to accept a position in the ,:i
public schools trere.A .
City Commissioners are plan- now at 2343 NW 7th st. You \.
ning some remodeling of downtown can also go to the Magic City native of Miami, he was the TfE .. ,
Miami with many new Driving School at 1453 NW 6th son of the late Nurse Carrie 4
shopping centers around. Some- ave. or several other agencies. Emanuel. He survived by an 1 i I1 If o -l ,
thing will have to be done to attract uncle, David Morris of Philadel- I'
the downtown area. The Christian Memorial Hospital .
Radiothorf over WFEC last
are on the warpathin Saturday raised about $9,000. Virginia Beach on Thursday.
New York. On Monday night Blanche Calloway, Louise, Griffin Rain fell during the afternoon
Police Commissioner Stephen Rev. Thedford Johnson, J. C. but it.came after sea bathing and u
Kennedy Bordered! a force,.of 1400 Fullmer, L. Luther Brooks, in an enjoyable lunch.
officers into the streets to (battle Fact oil participants' deserve a big
teenage terrorists and prevent hand The amount was disappointing Miami has come a long way.
Juvenile violence.It's I but the hospital is now better Five out of 12 persons serving ona
I. known. Better luck next federal jury this week were
time :to renew your driver's time. Negroes. They were Alfonso Car- 19627i
license. The license bureau is thon, Claybourne Brooks, Thomas
The fourth annual States Tea Raysor, Garth Reeves and Nathan 6400.r.
given last Sunday afternoon by Gibson Their' term is for two
the Episcopal Church'women of weeks.

Mrs.the Church_Levi Jonson of the, president Incarnation, in, .:.I:.AI." ;.",n...,'?---!"--.-.,-......,.................;. .r..-!."..'.....!...:...".-....".-......V-.....rr...V...,...a,V-;....uro..V..........-....rr.rorr.r.vrwrrorrnvvr..V_......V_..".-......V-.......V...,....N-.....-,...-....rror.....J....."V-...v...1; ., -.....-; .".'..ryryroV .---....-..- -. ......
the breezeway of the Carve --i.

LOVELY branch ported.success.of Nearly the'YMCA$1,000, was-quite was re-a 1:1:t= Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From (

speaker Melvin and Jackson Mrs. Norma was guest Sim- i ru i4 VISIT OR CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645 Is 11x

HONES ,mons mistress of ceremonies.. c

September will be Labor ,yiM t
Day. You have to watch closing ,. .
.- ' ,
of the stores over this long week- : ,, ( 1
"" .. 0# .
FOR SALEIn end. They will not be opened on : ; , r- ; ,,. t 1fi
Sunday. i1'
Northwest Sanford rfH .",. ",,', .. ,'( I.-...\ ... 1. ..:":'S.,
Mrs. Dorothy well I" .rft, < U" ', .. "
known school teacher, librarianand ; ', "f'i". -' '' '
55th St. Area columnist and Robert Love, ;" I< j, Y or' 'l1.;!'W:f \
for many years one of Miami's : "" ... l ?";;" Mm.
outstanding tailors, were mar- : '': ' ; t" .'
'. ,', 1!:'" .., 4-
ried on August 20. The newly- I "" <,, I H
:: .! Q' weds now reside at their home in
Brownsville. ;

Chris Dundee .elf Miami Beach fl: III L Fi'y', i
would like 'a welterweight title S ____
fight at Miami Beach ekrly in x
December. He wants the winnerof 1 I
a fight between Gasper _Ortega rr I
Low Down Payments and Fernandez on Sept. 11 Hi
to meet Don Jordcn. Dundee offers -
Easy Monthly Terms $50,000 to the champion for S fi, I .
2 dR
O this !fight. ;.. .t__ i'
The biz football game betweenthe ;
Only 1 Mortgage Pittsburgh Steelers and the
Baltimore Colts comes off on its I ?
Friday evening at the Miami !
Orange Bowl. This is a benefit t] WHY PAY RENT ? .

game for the United Fund. !

Third Ave.Realty Wednesday ight in Camden, ltu.uG I
N.J., Gene- Armstrong lost a 10- BRAND NEW LOOKBROWN SUB
round decision to Dick Tiger, : alt
middleweight champion of the f It
British Empire. 8
Sportswise. In ,baseball the ONLY $795, DOWN
San Francisco Giants seem to _
have anchored on the first spot. j Buys this new 3-bedroom CBS home. All fenced. Next to corner. Show-

742 NW 3rd' Ave. behind Lcs Angeles, Milwaukee Dodgers IVt four games and i;J J er doors, Venetian blinds. Separate utility, room. No closing costs. No

Pittsburgh five games behind.In . qualifying. Move right in. Deed to property. Long terms. Buses. See U

FR 4-3297 the American League it's all i Ben, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 3290 NW 51st St. '
Chkxvjo; Cleveland is now 5% !U -
AND games behind; New York in third I {
place only 16 games off;, Detroitin 3-bedroom CBS New! Hurry! -DUPLEX

,'NE, 4-0394 fourth. place 16& games behind See 48th St. corner NW 23rd Court. YES!II! . .' '.
t i Ih C See 2432 N.W. 50th Street -
,The International League has Only $695 DownSee
Buffalo first, Columbus 7 behind, 56th street CBS. Clean,
S Hutcheson 1402 NW
Only $995 Down
Havana 9 and Richmond 11V4. ;J
The Miami Marlins are 17 games I furnished. Live 'in one .apartment,
I. '. Registered behind. iUJ Bring deposit. Move right in 'Hurry I other pays mortgage.
A:' Real Estate Broker .
The Golden Age Club, Mrs.
Mary Williams, president, held 3 Last 2 left. North Miami Beach $18.50 Per Week Handles this
its final! picnic for the season at II room CBS, Opa Locka. 2bedl"

l it Only $295 Down Only $495 Down

Moves you right into these brand new Move right in. Only one ; !
P/SICK ? gc 3 or 4 bedroom CBS homes. City pay. See 2155 NW 152nd St.

water, buses, shopping. See 1524 NE deposit will hold. g

Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m to 9 p.m. i 152nd St. Also 1570 NE 153rd Terr.
One payment. (No other coat Only $495 DownFor
tu. these lovely 3-bedroom new
CBS homes in N. Miami Beach. .Closeto I
ALL MAKES ALL MODELS tJ 1 Brand New Opa Locka '
I 163rd St. shopping center. City

, Picture Tube Special t tl Only $995 Down water. Florida all jalousied dining a
t room. Long term. .
17.inch-$22.95 21.lnch$29.95e tJd For any one of these two. Just finish

4 ed. Gorgeous! !11! 3-bedroom CBS, List your lots with its for quick cash r

I -. screened, large rear Florida room. sale. We get you best) prices. Opa ;

SERVICE CAlLS-Day or Night .................... $2.50 ta Built-in oven and range. Tile roof. Locka. Liberty City, anywhere in ;;

HUe Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charges I Only one payment See 1940.1946 Dade County. Use money for n e w':
2 r t NW 152nd Terr. home. ,
Just received shipment of 45 RPM phonograph I fa'r..
Records All late hits. Special-3 for $1.00 E .

Vets Radio & TV Co. :t F u.Y l ltt i;

We are open every do Y 9 to 6 including I 1t <

939 N.W. 3rd Ave. NW. Street Phone PL 7-1645
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