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Speaks Here Thgdy. .,.

Rev. Shuttlesworth to the Deepest South." CORE te grup sit peacefullyat the counter :
leader, Dr. John O. (Brown states and wait for service. At times :
; Highlights CORE'S that the purpose of the instituteis the interracial group has waited ,
f to train OOfftE members in the four or five hours without being w''1,
II Action InstituteThe use of non-violence as a meansof served.

___ combating segregation. The Shuttlesyorth rni ss meet- .
L Rev. Fred L Shuttles-: in? will acquaint Mlamians. with I
worth, president of the Alabama MIAMI 81T-INS the background, and efforts of '::
Christian Movement for Human (The Ocngress of Racial Equal CORE'S struggle for racial $i:,
Rights, will address a mass meet- ity has been using non-violent equality. '
Ing In Miami next week. The methods of fighting discrimination .
,., '!Ir Greater Miami Committee on since its founding in 1943. In F 1T, qh tc 1
; r w Racial Equality (CORE) announced Miami, a group of Negro and .,i
r 1'k that the dynamic Birmingham . white community leaders foundeda
t1 pastor will speak at the local CORE branch early this
: : Greater_ Bethel ARE Church, year. Since then CORE has been
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,v* 7 .ThundaV, Sept. 17, 8:30 gun. working to desegregate the lunch
I The mass meeting is to !be the counters in several downtown Y
__ climax of a two week institute chain stores. They have used themethod L'Lc1't
held 'by Miami CORE. Theme of of sit-in demonstrations
the institute is "Integration comes in most instances. The members of
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4 Miamian Receives Ph.D.


(Reginald L. Jones son of Mr. --- -
and Mrs. Charley J. Johnson,
2535 NW 66th st, received his WOMAN KILLEDIN

PhD degree in psychology at CRASHMrs.
Ohio State University on August'
Y r Estella Lewis, 4S, of 6663
(,, 28.Mr.. Jones is a graduate of SW Gist we., was killed Monday + ea\

1" r _ ._" ._ '_ :_ J." - _." ,_. H.. Booker T Washington' High of when a car in which she was rid.. -'L ,
Y I' Miami. He received his /.B. from ing struck a Banyan tree in South :
'- Cassandria Hortense Hanna, Augustine's Ocllese, Rqleigh, andIs Warehouse College and his M.A. Miami. b3 k', +
r ,- daughter ctf: Mr. and Mrs. William majoring in music. She is a from Wayne University, Detroit Driver of the oar was Mrs
H. Hanna of Liberty City was gifted musician and has given He is presently employed at Mamie Brown, 50, of 6100 SW REV. .F, L. 8HUTTLE8WORTH
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awarded a $300 scholarship: from several piano recitals In the city Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. 66th terr. She received head and
the Woman's Auxiliary of the of Miami: Dr. Jones is only the second internal injuries As a leader in employing nontviolent e
.' ..*: Diocese of North Carolina. This Recently she was guest organist Mlsmilon to win a doctor's de- A 19-year-old youth, Emmett methods in his fight forNegroes'
award is competitive' and .is given at St. Agnes Church, Arch gree. The first was Dr. William Stanley, 420 NW 9th st, who was rights throughout the
annually to the most outstanding deacon John E. Culmer, rector. Whreer! of 20584 NW !3th place. sitting under the tree was struck South, Rev. Shuttlesworth is well :
student. She is a former (graduate of who la employed in the New by the car and taken to Jackson l qualified to present CORE'S pro-
Miss Hanna is a junior at St. Northwestern High School. York City: school system. Hospital 'with A skull fracture. (Continued cn pago' 9)

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1 Miami Schools Finally Integrated


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II 'Motherof 4 Times Mixing is 1 Smooth .

;Shot 7 .. Long sought after integration

in Dado Ccunty public schools
' <. came about hero Tuesday when
MURDERER IS . 23: Negro- children enrolled in

II r Policeman Receives 'Medal ALMOST MOBBEDPolice '..,!(i,. two Surprising the heretofore,population to a small,white the percentageof integration schools.

without incident.
had to rush a 24yearold ... .r.' ' proceeded
: out of the neighborhood : ... I
Officer Edmund McKinney, a woman \ :, : 'i' Four Nojroes and 13 whites
well known member of the police '. ,- Thursday to prevent possible ; : ",'-:,' : I are now attending school at thecontroversial
mob violence after she shot Orchard Villa Elementary
force, was awarded the -
Purple Heart on Friday for distinguished 1 1Iq. and killed the mother of four ,,:....,.r.:.:;,;... :t and 741 whites and 21
services as a police 1I I children at 215: S. :Dixie Highway Negroes are enrolled at the AirBase
officer and having been wounded near Hollywood. A threatening .. i.IJJfD -'! Elementary School at Na-
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crowd of several hundred Negroes ;. \::
while in the performance ctf his ranja
r duty. gathered and became incensed -
when they learned of the There are many schcols''otthought
Officer McKinney was cited for cold-blooded shooting.The .'.' on whither or not the
bravery exhibited in a case : victim was identified as ':. \:>; :{ Negroes had actually won their

which! occurred on May 16, at Mrs. Gloria King, 29, of S. Dixie 'I. fight' for Integration, or whether;,
the Liberty Bar, NW 62nd st. and :. 'f Hwy., mother of two boys and two L the School Board had gained a
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25th: ave. McKinney, working <" :: tactical this
,. girls ranging in age from one to -- victory through
alone surprised a of tea i1" "
group 10 years "token integration
.
Mla Tropical Holiday the
was
rr more men who were gambling .... .:, . Police said Abigail Bembry, 24,
in the rest room cf the bar. -. of 5708 SW 14 th.it Wet...Hollywood title won by lovely'' Avalon' Lewis, But ono fact stood out. Every.
When he rushed in and declared ... '" .. was being held as her assailant popu'.r"voeillet' a Baltimore' body was happy about the way-
'; them under arrest, four' of the ". .J band. Mia Lewis won out over Miami went abcut getting the Job i
%J $ men jumped on him and began<< a John Lester, who lives In a 22 contestants In a popularity done. The Board deserves a lobs
. nrific! fight>est>ite belntalone, orJe-storyX frame W'elUnl''at 207 contest: sponsored by the ,Charm of credit for making: their de.: ;" '
It. ?... .: N; .ar, a od. t.: f't S.:DtxlcJiwy.., tknilarito-! one CenUrv.*." a-, fashion shop In Baltimore. onion and sticking to It:,..deiplte .; I, n.
htnsett in the fight with (he four In which Mrs. King lived, said: outside, pressure,
men. One of the men pulled out Her prize' was aweek's/ vaca-
't n gun end shot McKinney during / "I caw the two women argu- tion at the Sir John Hotel" T h e ORCHARD VILLA TO BE
the road. I don't know
; ng out in
; ALL NEGRO
the scuffle. Despite being wound ; what they were arguing: about. smiling singer Is the mother of
three and enjoys |lee and roller
ed, McKinney succeeded in ,
Suddenly this other woman took 'It is almost. a certainty that the
t." : wounding one of the men and in ; ''i out a gun I dont know where kiting.' -Bonduphoto. Orchard- -Villa- School W' ibe
p' '." getting x good description of the '$4'f he cot it and started shootIng made an all-Negro ,chool. A 400 '-
others, which led to their arrest Z- ." North Miami Boach. capacity school cannot go on
'., later on. McKinney said at onetime f ; tW7d..h".t.( ;" ; Mrs. King was struck seven I The students are from a small serving 17 pupils while two near-
t the gunman held the weapon : times In the chest by .22-callber community In the' vicinity of NE by schools are on double session.

on his chest but McKinney '. .. _. .,.. slugs.INTEGRATION. 153rd st. and 19th ave. that has Holmes Elementary is almost 400
jerked it down before it was been built up with new CBS students over capacity, and most
fired. The bullet struck McKInney Swinging Miami Beach Eden homes withIn the past two years. of the overflow children live
,, in the hand. He has recovered Roo band leader Duke Jenklna School officials said two applied right around Orchard Villa. The
from his wognd..arid' !fa now Blltmora ASKED IN at Fulford Elementary, the
.dut.r wings a golf 'dub'at the Board will prcbably make
bade on Golf Course In Coral Gables for 10140. NE' 18th ave., and 'a thirdat ruling Wednesday and transfer,;; .,
Ly.. The award of,the Purple Heart .af bit of relaxation fh* Blltmer ,NORTH, M Al.; North.MiamiBsach.: Junior ,Jho::13.white.children OtIt. 9rthnJ '-...' :
'was presented( ; br the AmericmlfLedctt course was recently te : High, 107$.NS tG1th..f8fl". : /* '.vmD. 'T .. Y. :,' :: ,
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._. through, the-MIamlFolfce:: Negroes wlthou. ,jUJa{ cones akIn, : Three* NegrtTitudenV present* s If th Department.. a total of tr now ed the Dadd'County School Board mission .to attend the nearest It Is thought that Mrs. Walton -
y McKinney, who lives at 798 available' 'or' Negro ptyy-Miami' a solid reason for integrationWednesday schools will be in Liberty City Robinson will take over the (prin
NW :55th: it, Is the first Negro Springs, Orange Brook In Holly when they applied for approximately six miles from cipalehip and the school will bo I

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Expression of ThanksThe

directors of the local
branch cf the Lighthouse for the
Blind, wish .to thank all who
helped in any way to make the recent -
picnic for the blind a success
f a Thanks to the Francis Funeral
Home, the House' of Albert, Mr.
Austin. Mr. Baker and all others
who contributed cars for transportation -
to and from the beach.
The group also wishes to thank
wR all who participated on the program -
at the tea sponsored on
August 23, by Mrs. Marie Johnson -
Thanks also to the Theresa
Flower Shop for flowers, and
Mrs. Miller and her club for their
liberal contribution

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Sigma Alpha Chapter of Omega Phi Psi fraternity, The program includes such things as: Achievement I

Inc. met, Sept. 5, at the home of Dr. Edward Braynon, Jr. Week program, Annual DeUa-Omega formal, NAACP THE
Life Membership, Annual boat ride, Jabberwock, scholar-
Plans for the year were formulated, adopted and ships for high school graduates "JACKIEROBINSON
discussed and committees were appointed to plan in detail.
Other officers of Sigma Alpha are: J. 'Davis, vice
Dr. Braynon, the basileus of Sigma Alpha, was well> basileus; W. Sanders, KRS; W. Haley, KF; W. Lewij, ,
pleased with the number brothers who attended the KP; E. Davis, chaplain; W. Caldwell, reporter. SHOW"
first meeting of the year. These brothers expressed a sin-

cere desire to promote and support a far-reaching pro- A banner year is predicted for Sigma Alpha.-Johnson -
gram for the year. of Miami photo. SUNDAY 5 P.M.

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper1' Look o
I What's Coming!
PAGE 2 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1959 I In And Around The
"The Feast of Belshaazar," a 1220On: .
Bahamas. \ drama presented by St. (Matthew's
-. Baptist Church and Major Lodge
No. 633, F. and AJM., Monday;
1 SqpL 14, 8 pan at St. Matthew's Your Dial
,y Last week Andres' ) Island welcomed -
I Nf His Excellency Governor Baptist Church. 361 '''NW 17th st
Admission '"
$1.00. 11"4"-"
,Raymond Arthur and Lady Ar- t
3 thur who ''went to open clinics at -
4Lw Coakley Town and Stanyard ,

:3i Creek.Accompanying' the governor YOU ASKED FOR IT!

were Clarence Bain and Cyril So here it is-A full ONE'YEAR
H Stevenson representatives for the
Andros District In the Houa..ot AUTO ,LIABILITY INSURANCE .. -,
Assembly, also D. A, !Burrows
Policy for most people with only
chief Out Island' Commissioner
; The clinic building includes living $15 DOWN PAYMENT
quarters for the resident gov-
ernment nurse. It: was financedby
; the government and 'built by SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY'
; the Andres-Bahamas Develop-
ment Co.Andros. 645 N.W. 36th St. 27th Ave. Farmers' Market
is the largest island in PL 9.5284 NA 4-1811
_ the Bahamas group and the pop-
ulation really turned out for this
occasion.
The official party was met at
the airport by Dr. E. H. Murcottchief
medical officer, Raynutid a
Culmer, District commissioner
and Gunar LJnd&trum managerof
the Development Co.
Following the governor addres-
s were made by Reps. Bain and You
Stevenson. : _._. GA
!iNurtes are Beryl Brown and } 1.ll r C.II
Evelyn Bootle. *
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Leslie Lunn, younger son of'
Charles Lunn, has gone to Cana- I
da. He will study for two years
.i'l I it the Nova Scotia School oft
Syy n ;and Survey for a provincialland -------L J
;i J' ,f, "" surveyor's degree. Mr. Lunn OX 1.6321tNLIT1M
't' .. '. was a student at Brighton Technical -
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Mr. and Mrs Clarence M. Mr and Mrs George M. Blackof years.
Black of Washington, D.C. were this city He was recently die I-
honored at an anniversary tea on charged from the /Marine Corps Beautiful HomeOn
Saturday night, August 29 at the and anticipates furthering his education
home of Mr. and Mrs B. J. Blackof at Howard University this I
1411 NW 69th :Terr. fall. Large Lot AMES
Mrs C. M. Black Is the former lot be
Your can a paymenton .
Elaine Dawklns of Washington. The family of Mr Black wishesfor
She Is an elementary school his wife and him the greatest this 3-bedroom new 2- 5 & lOc STORENOW
teacher In that city. of happiness and success
bath 2-car garage I "Sir Save Lot" Store-NOW!
Mr .Black Is the elder son of Johnson of Miami photo. a

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for ,the opening of the
new St. Stephen's Day Nursery .
and Kindergarten located at 1189<<
NW 56th st. It will be offering ,
( ',' ,: the latest In everything for the
kiddies to learn and enjoy. Among
them will be a hot meal served
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A staff' of qualified and efficient -
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i dally to provide te proper care
and tralnlnj that ycur child will
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We have no if, ands or buts
We have reconditioned refrigerators -
stoves, washing machines,
factory trade-Ins. We have. service -
repairs at moderate rates.
Why not see us first.

HALPERN SALES CO.
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Beautiful 2-bedroom home at
The faculty and student body, of Ceasor's University -- 3270 NW 51st terr. Full price,

of Cosmetology wishes to extend its appreciation' to the THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper" $7,950. First down payment Now 750.
I consultant and sponsors who helped to make its first Monthly payment $90. open
for inspection. For this special,
graduation a' success Dr. Yeager, Mrs. Sue Harris, Mrs. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12, 1959 PAGE 3 call HI 4-2448 day or night.

Opal King, Mrs. Tillie Allen, Mrs. Ella Moncur, Ernest 3781 Grand Avenue

Taylor, Mrs. Maggie Henderson, were among the consul- I Until recently a dependent pa- Phone HI 4.2448
tants for the out-going class of 1959. SOCIAL SECURITY rent could not receive payments
If there was a widow, widower,
Mrs. Willie Mae Ceasor is president and Augustus or children surviving even though
Ceasor vice president. Instructors are Mrs Wilhelmina tfTW a-o o the parent was receiving full
Starkey and Mrs. Ada Williams.Planning support from a son or daughter. MOTHERS, HOUSEWIVES
Now such a parent can claim
k --- benefits and receive monthly GRADUATESNEED
payments at the age,of 62 for the
rl- F11 .S Mire mother and 65 for the father.. II
you, as such a parent, were told MONEY?
Conference in the past that you could not
I Dependent Parents qualify' for such payments, it Is Prepare NOW to Sell'''
Please Note! suggested that you again visit
your nearest social security of-
: :. Opens at BethuneDaytona The 1958 amendments to the fice. If: you were receiving at Avon Cosmetics'
Social Security Act provide pay- least one-half your support from
ments for dependent parents of a your son or daughter' at the time
Beach Bethune- worker who dies, even though a he or she died, you may be elig- We can train you to earn
Cookman College opened 1\11 i widow, widower, or children also ible now or when you reach retirement
1909-40 term with the first session Gardenia Circle ClubOn survives. This important reminder aige. Make your contact $40 to $50 a week
of the pre-planning confer- was. issued today by Edward P. now even if you are still underage
ence at 2 pan. Tuesday Sept aIn 30 the Gardenia Blonston, manager of the social I 62 ((1n the case of a mother) For information
Harrison Rhodes Memorial August security office located at 254 NE or under age 65 (in the case ofa
Library ,with the.,faculty and Circle Beach. rad its picnic at Virginia 79th st. So, Lf you are parent father): there is a time limit CALL MRS. HARRISFR
staff participating. who was receiving most of your for submitting the proof of sup-
Te theme of the conference as Highlight! of this gala affair I support from a son or daughter at port.
the time of his or her death, Mr. 1.6407
announced by the presiding officer was the crowning of the Gardenia -
Circle queen, Mrs. Ella M TB Blonston suggests that you con-
President Richard V. Moore, Join The NAACP
tact social office.
your security
is The Ilde'ntlfication of Our murray, Mrs. Pinkie LLwe is her

Purpose and a Search for Excellence. attendant.The .
.. ." After the introductionof .
queen was crowned bjr
celebrated.
day were
all faculty and staff Mr. Leroy I
Mrs. Lithe H. Terrell who was JOIN THE
Northrup, secretary-rtreasurer/ of last year's queen. A large number of friends and ,
the trustee board brought greetings. -
well wishers were present to
Rev. Rogers P. Fair, college Queen McELmutrray and her I witness"this gala affair.:
chaplain, opened the meeting attend..n..tJ"Mf'I.. Lowe, will reign Crusade For VotersGo
with an inspirational message. until 194HXMrs. The Circle will meet at the
home of Mrs. Bessie Turner, 348
President Moore in his challenge I Edna G. Smith presidentof NW 8th st. on the second Sundayin
to the new faculty and the circle was presented I October.
atalf stated that the Christian lovely gift from members for her to 116 W. Flagler Street
mission of Bethune-Cookman faithful and loyal leadership.The Mrs. Edna G. Smith is president -
College .is fivefold: (1.) to pro- and Mrs. Ella McElmurray,
vide education with a Christianemphasis presentation was made by reporter. ANDREGISTER
(2)) to provide educa- Mrs. Clara F. Brown, last year's ---
tion with quality, ((3)) to provide attendant.
education free of political educa-restrictions July and August members birth- Advertise It Pays! TODAY!
((4) to provide
tion emphasizing the individual .
personality and (5)) to act as aservice
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Institution to the church.
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Augustus Q. Parker, prominent Thc. Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
attorney of Cleveland, Ohio, uphold TOPS IN LISTENING
the, labor policy of Jimmy 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376

Hoffa, president of the Team ''THE FINEST PRODUCTS AT CUT RATE PRICES
ttert* Union. Parker, first Nt.
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""TEMPO, R/V, MUTA R ET N08. ,'MOJAMUR'|'NJ\ILLIS 1 .

",Th...Time! 'Are.:<.'bagg; l I And IVQ, Are,,ChanechW1Lh''Jhen: s ',
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"CREDO 0?TUB NEGRO PRESS". rr b
1UW XHOHO PRESS believes that America can best lead the ,world
from metal and national antagonisms when it'accords to every mast ?
regardless of race color or creed, his human and legal rights. Hating
no man, fearing, no man-the Negro Press,strives to help every man
in the firm belief that all men are, hurt .an long,,as afl>x>ne is held up
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holding an Interracial Action Institute -
Speaking in New York City recently, Dr. BenjaminE. white CORE members wait i for service here that will climax with a mass
Mays, president of Morehouse College, declared that This scene has been enacted scores of meeting at Greater Bethel AME Church
neither' the Negro nor white churches are doing all that times in Miami's Jim Crow restaurants Thursday night when the Rev. Fred

they problem.might in working toward a solution of the racial after talks with managers have failed to Shuttlesworth will speak. : "

Negroes have criticized the white church for its .
seg- 1
regation policies and violation of, the principles of Christian 'Aside :from the, leg f:obstacles: such private systems MNNNNN W.Y..-..-.-..-.,*-

fellowship.; They feel that the church should take a would have tp face loss :'of federal funds, the cost and difficulty Are you a wallflower? ,
stand for what is right in both word and deed. The white ,of raising money, the reluctance of industry to en- Would you like to learn U danceIn
ministry! has been challenged to become stewards of Ijigh ter '
calling competent: teachers. VISIT .
,But, what have the Negro churches through their The closing of RaneyHigh" School: due to insufficient Don Strachan's Dance Studio t

national headquarters done, for example, to assist in the finaiiclal'support three weeks ago bears out the analysisof Ave. PL 7-8768
integration of the public schools,? Surely there are some the .Emory educators.( It was the last of the much- I : :: : :
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techniques they could employ to prepare their local heralded private schools started: in 1958. This is probablythe .NN.
parishes and communities for this change in social living. heaviest blow yet.to the so-called Faubus strategy.-
Should there not be some sort of briefing of Negro pupils:: Christian Science Monitor.MAN'S Join The NAACP

as to what problems to expect in integrated schools and -
how to meet them?
What sort of help are the churches prepared to give MURDER
Negro parents who lose their jobs for seeking to have their MYSTERY
children assigned to previously all-white schools? What .

encouragement, and assistance are Negro churches pre.. Circumstances surrounding' the
pared to give white ministers 'who are fired' because of shooting of a 'South' Dade man Beauticians !Iht

their': Christian- stand on' the matter of integration? Theseare In whose a field still near warm Perrlne!body ,was were found be- l jJ
questions which the Negro churches must answer soon- ing'' nvestlgated this week by
er or later.It Metro homicide detectives.
may be all right for our churches to preach 'ifhe\ The victim was identified as . f
Charles J. Adderley, 36, a farm :, t '
golden streets over there,' but it is just as important to laborer who lived at' the DiGlor-
guide people in making satisfactory adjustments in a gio quarters in Perrine.He . t
country where "the walls of discrimination and segregation" had been shot once in the .: ," I
chest 'with a small caliber! gun : I' .
are gradually tumbling down. '
sometime) early Tuesday morning I '
The Negro churches must begin now "a job crusade'1 Residents in the neighborhood of ....! ,
for black youths In this movement, the churches must Eureka drive, 'Where the body ... i .!"
was found about 1:30 a an., said :!I
emphasize finding the right vocations and then preparing they had seen car headlights near :
adequately for them. They must be prepared to give the field shortly before dawn. ,, .; ,".
scholarships and make education loans to intellectually .r i'
gifted and talented young people who are without fundsto NORTH FLA.NEGROES " ,. ,\ I '
continue their education.The AFRAIDTO
Negro can't expect to be integrated into high- v ..
REGISTER AND
and educational positions
level professional, engineering "
unless ,he is prepared for them. The church is probablybest VOTE '

equipped at present to assist our youth In getting WASHINGTON Negroes ark ALL BEAUTICIANSAre .
this adequate preparation afraid to register and vote in I.f
A program of evangelism, soul-winning, and, missionsis North Florida's Gadsen County! Invited To
needed to be sure. However, the Negro church needs to 'he Civil Rights Commission said .,

broaden its base of operation'' in order to help youths ,Tuesday.Theccmmission, in a report to
break through economic barriers into the.. limelight of 1 the President and Congress, cited A SHOWING'
American prosperity. cases of Negroes fearing physical ,
violence and economic reprisalsNo x
names were mentioned.
CAN PRIVATE SCHOOLS"REPLACE PUBLIC? Commission> agents\ who con
ducted as investigation in the
Several southern states have either tried or now contemplate county last fall found that Virtually J
closing their public school systems and settingup none" of the 300 Negro Monday Sept. :
I4t'; ; ,
teachers in the county are regis- ,
indirectly, private, segregated elementary and secondary tered. ,
schools to meet their people's educational needs. 1 to 5 p.m. ;

The Supreme Court, neither in its decision of May 17, I .
1954, nor in any subsequent decision has imposed any I 1 At The .
constitutional ban on bona fide private schools. What it SALESGIRL WANTED ''I
has done is to strike down ;any discrimination" ""by law' in: I . FIESTA ROOM>.f 1' :

the public schools of the United.States'on ojccountof: : : race' "vFor, ,1Je.to* .*,.*T -Wear! .Dejpt ; ,..'.. .1 , .. 01 ., . .
or color and to declare that this prohibition\ shall notbe '
nullified by state officials directly or indirectly through Must have sales experienceNo "AWRY ELIZABETH/ HOTEL'

"evasive schemes whether attempted ingeniously or ingen other ."; _
uously." need apply ''" 642 N.W. 2nd (Avenue .
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'This, then, is the legal frame work within which. these \ .'t.. .
attempts are being made. There is another one at least e :. .',, Demonstrations by The ,.Nation'sj t', .
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equally binding. When the Constitution was framed pub- i/r,1\
Finest
lic school systems were unknown. Long before 150 years LEONARD'SDepartment .:, f., Stylist ,..... .:::
i
had passed 'there was not a state In the Union, which was I L JH' ".
not operating and maintaining such a,system. Can any Store' ', Refreshments Served ',fn.nt: t,
state now revert to the World of 1787 from the world of.I J, ...tiA/ ,4.
,741 N.W. 2nd Ave.
1959? Two professors of education at Georgia's 'Emory Y:

University have undertaken to\analyze: this' situation! .for I , .' ,...... ..Admission. Free :' +til', ere"All'Beautkians ''i i. ,
the Southern Regional Council.aV*. :,., '" :. ';\S' .j> .." ::..1<"
to the .... .
Private segregated school, syst ma t e IogaI.sa ; -' .
educators, must be free of:any'compulsory 'attendancelaws Register Today! InvitedIJ
; state tuition ,,grants to Individuals' must be free from "\-6

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Held in Nassau Bahamas '. < : \ .' ; /
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xLL 4< :f j If I* 'f" van
Douglas Rogers, GGD, masterDist parade lavishly:;.prepared : buffetsupper .
3, Nassau. was..sei'yed'athe"OUe
Loraine Gaitor, GO 'director, Guest 'House for"the members*and $ LEAN
Dist. 4, Miami. their guests The officers: vabd *H'' .
W. C. JohnAcn, GO director, delegatse of the GjO, body" ,wish
Dist 3,, Nassau. to thank the entire body o|'' DU -
Luezella Jordan, GO director, trict 'three of Nassau for :,their sr
Dist 2, Washington.Rev. Splendid hospitality and we, lire
A. C. Oclebfook, GG chap- looking to see' you all In the land
lain, Dist 2, Nassau. of punk. pearls where such.loyal. .
k Lavin Mortimer, GO Marshall, i,sisters and brothers live., ..' j.t: .
Dist. 2, Washington. We also wish to" thank Mr. and
'Mable Taylor, GO organizer, Mrs. Nottage 'of the Olive Guest
Dist. 2, Washington. house and their employees for $
mot'r Annie B. Jones, GG organizer, their kindness. We can never say
Dist. 2.Vera. thanks enough to Bro. W. C.' .
Smith, GG chairman of Johnson Bowe, Mortimer and.
education, Dist 2, Washington. Rev. Ookbrook for our sightseeingtour
Martina Gaines, GG conductor, and other avenues of en
Dist. 2, Washington. joyment.
On Friday the GG session held Again we say thanks to District
its demonstration parade which three of Nassau for their hospitality
moved from the Pride of India and graciousness w'hile'"we
Hall and up the main streets of were their guests in the land of
beautiful Nassau. Following the beauty and warmth.

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. Gen. Grand Worthy Superior
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The >'I ) ;;:;:.i<\ ::U ,
48th biannual session.f'GGAO .lu. .
of BS of LC was held In Mr a
Nassau, Bahamas on August 17-
20 with district three serving as iir1 ll'MMANN'
hostess. The opening program
was !Monday night, Aug. 17 at St.
Paul Baptist Church with the
Rev.* A. C.. Cok brook acting as
master of ceremonies. Bro. W. C.
Johnson led the Hallelujah 'chorus
which was enjoyed by all. There
were .many other numbers that
were very spicy: and fitting for
the occasion. Bro. Douglas Rogers That's the taste,you get fI UAb
presented the G. G. officers aflddelegates. Q when make ..",\. "
you your
...
The GGWS gave remarks that Gin 'n Tonic with clcan-taiting '"
were brief* and encouraging. He tITILtBD
touched many high points on un- !
ity which was very touching and FLEISCHMANN'S
Inspirational to all. .
On Monday morning at 10 . I
o'clock the executive board held ._k- __
its meeting at the Pride of India GIN
hall with tre GGWS, Bro. John _
Burroughs presiding. I
Tuesday at 9:30: axn. the. session . E. J., ,Eakama. (left) nearing and' Science." When they DISTIIUD FROM AMERICAN GRAIN
e wa called to order by the and, H. F. Ovembe are amof'4Tthemany finish'
Deputy Grand Worthy Superior, their training, they will' 90 PROOF THE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING
student from overseas
return to Nigeria al fully quail NEW YORK CITY
Bro. W. W. Jordan. At JO p.m. land currently being trained In CORPORATION
the GGWS made his official science and engineering In Brit fled technologists*-ANP photo.

. alarm at the door with his staff.. Ish Institutions of higher' learn. I. .... ... .,... _ r r __ ___ ___ ,
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He was received by singing Ing.. They are shown teatlng epi
Hail The Power of Jesus Name",
and introduced !iby theGG organizer cycflc Woodwlch gear Polytechnic In the laboratory of ErtgN at For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
Bro. W. C. Johnson. The
honor of 3 times 9 was bestowed i _
upon him and then he was escorted !
to the chair and the gavel L. P. Nurses Club BONDED COLLECTION
was turned over) to him. The
meeting was then opened for official -
To
business of the session. Meet SundayThe
Bro. John Burroughs made his
official biannual report to the Licensed Practical Nurses'
body. Bro. Burroughs (gave a very Club will hold Its regular meeting Inc.
concise and informational report. at the home of Mrs. Pauline AGENCY
Many new ideas were suggested Banks, 1601 J4W 66th at, Shnday ,
to the body for the up build- Sept. 13 at 5 In the afternoon. ,
ing of the order. Bro. Burroughs Business of utmost importance
was re-elected to office on the will be discussed.. Please attend. "Bonded'a leader ia sincerely interested p .
face of his report. The meetingwas Mrs. E. Eve, president' :
in the of this community. He ir 3
adjourned : m. Mrs. L. PerpalL reporter progress r
The cession continue on Wed. ,alto interested in its youths', adults' the w;, 'j,;

nesday morning with Bro. Bur- handicapped, ita civic, political, religious, .
Fenced In!
main issueof
roughs presiding. The '
health and educational auccess.Courteoua .
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the session was the division of
laws and by-laws for their revi- Here's an actor 'Who, Is literally
sion of the constitution. The session all wrapped up in his ;work! service ia the watchword at "
was educational and inspiring For a scene in "Face of a Fugitive Bonded. Ita tenants are Its first concern. r,
to each one, and many Informational ," the Morningslde production Come to Bonded for housing needs "
your ,
points were cleared. for Columbia Pictures in Eastman Y
On Thursday the election of officers Color at the Capitol Theatre Sun- furnished or unfurnished apartments. It Is
for the next ensuing term day. James Coburn is supposedto prepared to serve you ..NOW."-Lockhart. CHARLES A. LOCKHARTDlr.
was held. The newly elected officers be mending a barbed-wire Tanant.Manager Relation
are as follows: fence Illegally put up by his boss.
.John Burroughs, GGWS, District fence with some fancy sharp. MANAGING. AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
4, Miami Fla. Star Fred MacMurray cuts the '
Wilbur ordcn, DGGWS, District shooti lZ. The taut wire snapped 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND ,
2, Washington, D. C. and wrapped itself completely BROWARD COUNTIES
Ellen Taylor, GGWV, District 4, around Coburn'a body.
Miami. .
: Pauline Jones, recording: secretary -
Dist. Washington.
Minerva Dabney' financial sec agency in the South; ,
retary, Disk 2, Washington.
Ledonla Douglas, GO treasurer,
Housing
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"the People Newipa rlt VETS' PENSION RECIPE FOR' Attention Parents

And TeachersThe
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER: 12, 1959 MARTAL BLISSBy
ACT SIGNED
Huff for ANP
William Henry PTA ,of Dorsey Junior

President Eisenhower has sign- These things they talked about In High School meets on the second
i ,Commisioner Backs ed into law the Veterans Pension front Monday in each month from
Act of 1959 placing future veter- 80 they don't quarrel about them September to May.
Broward Transfer of ans pension payments on a basis The ancient bones they never All parents and teachers are
of need, the Veterans Adminis hunt, strongly urged to be present at
County Negro PupilsNEW tration announced.In I They get along without them. the first meeting on September
order to avoid confusion. the Ah, life's too sweet and far too 14 at 8 pan
YORK (ANP) Dr. 'Peter Thompson, presidentE.
VA that
Newsy emphasized : I short *
James E. Allen Jr., New York
K. Lockhart
principal
It
,
For them to brumble through
State Education Commissioner, 1. The new law does not go into
I effect until July 1, I960. And they do nothing of the sort
the New
has refused to
(prevent ''
Nor they goln' to do It. JAIL TERM'S FOR
rWalter York City Board of Education 2. It applies only to nonser- are "
from transfermg' roughly 400 Ne- viceconnected .pensions and
Bow. look REVENGE
down
d n't look they
They
will have effect service-
gro elementary school pupils no on
"""y from the BedfordStuyvesantarea connected compensation payments; There's above so, much pleasure In It FIGHTERS
to uncrowded Queens County 3. Veterans currently drawing .
fortified with love
Attucks Eagles- will play its'first For they are
game Sept. 17 in Gifford. schools pensions will not, have their bene- And bliss fills eveVy .minute IAJKSLAK, NBC (ADNP) _
Some of the new Eagles' from The transfer, as it now standsis fits changed unless they chooseto Their hopes and alms are mergedas Two' Teenagers who attacked
Carver Ranches and Hyde Park to take place on Sept. 14, when apply under the new law for one, several persons to avenge defeat
are Thercn Henderson playing: the new school term /begins. indraaped! benefits: Their choice' Compact as two can make them, of Floyd Patterson were given 60
tackle; Ervin Moss, Leonard Earlier, five white mothers is final. And they believe that there Is days to cool off in jail
Johnson' Sebrone Bohler, Emory from Glendale, L.I. had asked the VA officials emphasized that none .Wilson Johns jr., 19, and Rob.
Allen. state commissioner of educationto information will be sent to those .Who's strong enough to break ert Colifax, 16, who admitted being -
grant a delay in the Negro veterans concerned and their dependents theml"LIVE! angered over the outcome of
Mrs. Sadie Bacon of Sacramento pupils' transfer so that he might !before the law becomes the heavyweight fight and "de-
Cal, was up Carver Ranches stury their appeal to overrule the effective. AWAY cided to take -a-e'venge! on the
way with her brother-in-law, city Board of Education Since there will be ample timeto white race," were also put on twoyear's

make application, VA urged FROM WHITES . .,. probation and ordered to
restitution to the
Matthew Williams of Richmond Lincoln Nursing veterans and veterans' familiesnot make six per-
Heights was a pleasant visitor. to write to VA about their MUHAMMAD persons assaulted after. the bout
with your: Scribe and Mrs. Bowe Hpme Says ThanksThe individual cases. Such corre- .on June 26.
.
Sunday past. spondence will delay tremendously POTTSBORJG (ANP) Eli- One victim required hospital
trustees of the Lincoln Memorial the processing of veterans' jah Poole, better known as Muhammad treatment after' being beaten witha
James, Oliver of Liberia", cele- Nursing: Home, 11295 SW claims to his more than 1,000 broom handle, and another suffered -
brated his ,birthday Monday, Sep- 216th St., Goulds, 'wish to thank followers, asked members of his dental injuries and a third
tember 2 at his home all persons contributing' to the ,.____...1&... ...._..N.A race to 'live apart from the white had his eyeglasses broken.
home. R. R. Moton School) for a man and demand Justice. '

Little Craig Junior had a surprise radio, a group of workers for a Are you a wallflower Said Muhammad, a 61yearold St. John Tot Center
birthday Sunday, given at television, Mays High School, Would you like to learn te danceIn native Georgian, "If the white
his home. Mrs. Freddie Mae cash donation, Pine Villa School a private studio? man i is unwilling to live with us Opens
Craig is his mother. He, 'Was 13. for linen, water glasses, cooking VISIT or doesn't want us to, or is not I
utensils, Dade County Managers willing to give us a place in this The St. John Tot Center Is'now
Bowes Barber Shop will be Council, electric water cooler, Don Strachan's Dance. Studio country where we can live alone, I dpen for year-round service. If
open 8 awn until 6 pan on Sun- Dade County personnel, a linen 7168 N.W. 16th Ave. PL 7.8766HN.H.NNN.H. I we should leave" you want the best for your child
day throughout the winter sea- shower, clothing and food donated : Muhammad speaking at a of pre-school age kindly avail
son. by several persons which was .N.N..NNNNNNN.N..N.For I "Moslem" meeting here admitted yourselves' of our services. Our
badly needed, also cigarettes. .
.....................................H........ There are 15 patients now, that he is a segregationist. Fol- faculty members are well trained
and experienced. 'Registration la
: lowers of Poole call themselves
with 16 beds available. There
are now in at 1328 NW 3rd
PUN PHUN ,Moslems 'although they have no progress
welfare patients at the home at '
; ave. Phone FR 1-3212 HR 1-8488
,
legitimate connection with
orthodox
-
present but the home take /
can
Hy PHIL OSS01<'ETt )I Islam. OX 1-1834. Mrs. B. E. Cox -

..................N-..........N N.........N N private. The patients home has at a a low staff'weeklyccst. of licensed . r:' \f JI :' I;(: Turning, to the subject of religion minister ervisor, Rev. Thedford Johnson SID,

'practical nurses and ait- '' .. Poole said, "it (Christianity -
A DAY IN COURT tendants. The home is not self- ,}'I' : ;' ) is the white mlan's religion
The woman who divorced her supporting and there is a need for \ :: \ offered at the end of a long
baseball player husband for desertion heating system paved walks, .... \. . handled spoon to keep the black ASTHMATICSWant
Apparently he didn't makea fence and laundry. ; ; man subjugated. I am a segre-
fatonist. I want the simple effective' relief
black ,
hit 'with her, and never came man
hcme. (Hmm . wonder how ht FREE FILM ON to have things of their owntheirown from choking racking broochlftl
got to first-tease' with her in the homes, jobs, farms. All I Aflthma spasm? Get genii
first place?) want, is'Justice. the nreathtNIA .es what, rot
MENTAL 1#'( have been mlsslnj There's no
The fellow on trial for stealing
sub tltute for original Breath
ink from
a satlonery store. They
ILLNESS"What Inhalant and nebulizing. set
put him in the pen. After being easy
booked on the police blotter, the Register Today! Get comfort by breathing. Guar
Judge wrote him off for two year is Mental Illness" will anteed.J .
be the subject of a tree film Your Vote is
The drunk Needed
who asked fbr pro- shewing and discussion (by Dr. : & J DRUG DEFT. STORE

bation, and got. . prohibition Benjamin Coleman, psychiatrist
The man who sued for divorce on Tuesday, Sept. 15, at 8:15 p.m. '
because his marriage has reacheda in the 'auditorium of the Miami long lasting hair styles

stalemate . his wife! Public Library, 1 Biscayne Blvd. NEXT TIME TRY FARRAN'S PALMISTRY STUDIOMadame
The bartender, tired of his job
who ''became a bailiff. He discoved "Breakdown," the film is the Parran, life reader, adviser,
he was still .a bar tender. story of a young. woman's mental 9abufoU1VELVET born with power Mme. Farran le na*
illness and of her in
recovery a
The tennis player, arrested for modern mental hospital. Tnn ttonatly known, highly recommended.

disturbing the peace. He was lei Morten, a seemingly welladjusted Mme. Parran, the wonder lady of Miami,
off .with a warning . cut out TOUCH
woman, becomes ill with
racket.' has returned to help you with, your personal
schizophrenia, one of the many
.
problems.Are
L kinds of mental illness. The film .
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HARLEM SQUARE to make her well. to follow you? Are you discouraged, sick
Dr Coleman, Clinical Instructor Create I .
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CM Longer Lasting
SWEET SHOPA in Psychiatry, University o.f H",t., , or In distress? Mme. Farran removes evil
Ask beautician at
your or
LINE Miami School of Medicine, will Influence. Reunites the separated. Turns failure Into euoeess,
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1959 PAGE 7

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Gov. Rockefeller persons have made partial payments
on lifetime memberships In
Enrolls as Life the assofatIon.
'
Member of NAACPNEW NAACP life members repre-
&. sent many walks of life. They
YORK Nelson A. include not only citizens of the
; Rockefeller today became the United States but also such distinguished -
r r& ,' fourth governor ci a' state to be foreigners as Prime
enrolled as a, life member of the Minister Nehru of India; Alan
National Association for the AdVancement Paton, the South African Author;
of Colored People. A Aga Khan' IV and his brother,
plaque denoting the governor'slife Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan.
membership was presented to
ks x him: at his New York City office,
r e0e 22 West 55th St., by Kivie Kap- MRS. H. COLE
lan, Boston industrialist and
chairman of the NAACP life Milliner
membership committee.

Life memberships. in the association HAT CREATORAll
+ A, are held by former styles made to order
governors, Chester Bowles of
Connecticut, Goodwin J. Knightof See my work and be convinced

.. '., v ""f l HarrIman California of New and York.Wl Averel The Call NE 4.7458
t"'t,
m! s: > .."-:""'.. <." .' ?' Tt# NAACP, which this year cele-
-'''' 2414 N.W. 50th Street
$ rt '
,
: & brates its 50th has
anniversary
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.'>4'. -':\I.'' ."Htt. < ,..!., :<'. !\''I'j"''i.i more than 1500 life members at S19
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"" ''''- ;j ; $500 each An additional 5,000
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Atty. Chester K. GUlesple, dur- ---

ing a recent trip to Cairo, abandoned -

his auto and went native Alphas End Summer
for ride on a camel The Ohio attorney -
who has offices in Cleve
land's Public Square Buildingalso
toured Beirut, Lebanon, Activities/
Rome, Italy; Istanbul, Turkey; I
Athens, Greece; Damascus, United
Arab Republic (Syria) and Jerusalem The .undergraduate brothers of
Hashemite Kingdom Jordan Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity have
ANP photo. NOTICEThere
concluded summer activities and
are now returning to various col-
leges for study will be a great Pente-;
700'REGISTER'ATGIBBS This summer, the Alpha undergraduates costa 1 meeting at the Triumph
first met in a reunionat Church, 1752 NW First ct. begin-
COLLEGEST the home of Benny O'Berry ning Sept. 15. Healing] service FREE DELIVERY DRUG
who is a driver training instructor. and soul saving. The public If

PETERSBURG Gibbs All brothers exchanged welcome. ,
Junior College experienced the greetings and talked happily of Elder H. Williams, pastor
most successful !beginning of its their college experiences The Mother L. O'Neal, conductor C.M.Iolliv.tt.,8r. Prop.r .
three-year history Friday after a next meeting was held... at the
record 700 students registered home of Bro. Patrick Range. On
I for the fall semester. I this occasion, the Alphas exchanged -
ideas concerning fratern
Out-of-town and local stu- ity life and plans for a social
dents braved the rain earlier dur- were contemplated.. Mr. and Mrs
ing the week to, coop up clan! Oscar Range provided refreshments -
,tickets for choice-hour sections of I during this meeting.
courses Before the first day ol
'registration! was half over many I The last social gathering was
classes had been closed. The col held at Georgette Tea Room and
lege's administration was forcedto Guest House, located at 2540 NW
expand the schedule of classesto 51st ct. Alpha men of the gradu-
meet the unprecedented de- Ste chai; mand.A Miami were also present, and
students who were planning on
massive wave of students pledging Alpha Phi Alpha were
, gathered In the lobby and long cordially invited. During this affair
, lines of protective! enrollees the fraternity's hymn was
I meandered through corridors sung and each Brother Introduced -
several hours prior to the official himself to the guests.
hour for registration to begin -
The full college faculty was Special thanks and appreciation
pressed into service and Mrs. J go to Miss Georgette fpr all ,, ti
R. Clarke, of admission set upwhat of her kindness and thoujhtful-
she called the "baker'ssystem" ness.
erf .giving the students 'We wish ,each Brother of Alpha -
numbers to alleviate the oonges- Phi Alpha fraternity the best 1 4 f'
tion. of luck in the pursuit of educational
goals and in any endeavorfor
About 400 freshmen and new the betterment, of our race.
.' students were among those regis-
-- tering. Included were many of TUSKEGEE GETS
1959's top honor graduates from
schools throughout the area. ATOMIC ENERGY

Scene of the students who enrolled GRANT
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other towns that are more than granted $14,515 by the Atomic
100 miles from the college. Energy Commission, and will this A MODERN HOME NEEDS
year offer a course In nuclear
The heaviest out-of-town enrollment technology as aippJied to the life:
was that of Tampa'stu- sciences. The announcement was ASECONDTVSETFOR
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to and from the college each day L. If. Foster.
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PAGE 8 . \ 'SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1959 The Charles C. ] '

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a barbecue lawn .
Road home 1895 NW ./ ,- .IlN -/Y"IA7.

A1ong.1Qth's sisted Monday,of Sept.barbecued 7. The N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.

By ,RUTH PERR. chicken, baked beans, !

'"'" ... ............ .....---'"'"-.-... -- -_-_ ._ ----- ad and lemonade. gr
and table tennis
SATURDAY
FRIDAY AND
The first, small step in Integrating talented i individual of any race ternoon of fun and .
the public' schools in Flor- might otherwise contribute to- our several adults and -
ida was taken last Tuesday when society. I still believe that most
four Negroes along. with eight' Americans are, ready' to give democracy Mr. and Mss. 0 LnOWaf
white children attended th .opening chance to cperate. It Johnson elf 1083 NW
day of school, at Orchard, Vil- could be 'that,some Americans do tertained with music, M.G.M pt'e1Wl" -".. Wi1cI,
la Elementary Schcol:" not Interpret the meaning of democracy friends on Labor Word World ol 1M 6EAiNIK5i' '
as" others do. To those Piano and drum I
An ALMRT XUQSMITM
A QUIET BEGINNING who do not interpret democracyin sin ling and dancing, Production
terms of freedom and equalityof evening's THE BEATGENERATION'
There was no violence, no disturbance -
opprtunity for all Americans, a
no rioting or mob little education in this area would we
Mrs Stanley ( #
scenes as twelve little children not be amiss. Not only have Ne- b ONfMASCOIf .
de la Pena) played ttorrtoa
walked up the steps of Orchard groes been harmed by segregation, club last Friday : v,' STEVE COCHRAN MAMIE VAN OORCN
Villa. There were very few spec- but Whites by the enforcing of RAY DANTOH.FAY SPAIN
home, "The Gayle
tators and while two of them
; laws have harmed i MAGGIE
been -
segregation NW 18th place in HAYES.JACKIE COOGAN
were well-known segregationistshere also, and have become blinded Entertained were i '' w LOUIS ARMSTRONG wd: : .
\ was no trouble. Officials to the full meaning of de- Convairs Civic, ann aosn. .
were determined that this first IAT ARTlgNT PIca coRrlqftiIAs1kI
small step in the desegregationprocess mocracy. ings Club and their .
in Dade County should be ''Intolerance and discriminationare : enjoyed an evening
taken in this manner. And for bred and fostered to a great freshments, bingo!
this they are to be complimented. extent by ignorance ignorancethat node, whilSt, musk ? ;

This is the first step. We of the comes from not understanding -
NAACP wish that this step had other people, from net know- Miss Loretha ( :
been taken four or fiv.e years ing about other people not of Mrs. Rose Lee
and would be knowing about their background, 11th terr., after a
ago, by now we
well along our way. We have the customs and cultural heritage. New York returned .
deep satisfaction, however, of Education can change this, since Eastern Air Lines
ing.. Miss Bailey's
all of us suffer under segregation -
knowing that it is an accom-
Juanita
plished fact that for the first timeIn and discrimination. No o n e and Luckie, Y MONDAY TUESDAYCUIISII
Mrs. !Ralph
is safe from the of
Florida Negro children sat consequences
intolerance, and bigotry, and we I panied her on the
next to White children in a public -
school and nothing happenedout are all equally harmed by discrimination .. I
Mr. and Mrs.
i discriminated r..
those fAi-
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of the ordinary it was '
their 1' ti-
and four
Just the opening: day of school to against and those who prac- V
to Tallahassee after
tice discrimination. The determination -
these 12 youngsters.LET'S' .
oi people of good will to week with Clark's
FACE FACTS demand esual] educational oppor- and Mrs. Robert
tusities, without discrimination, NW 11th terr. Young qm
Already there is talk that Or- for all American children, will be architectural b0011'6
chard Villa will become an all- strengthening the very founda- A and M University. /
Negro school, and that the few tions upon which our democracyrests. was lavishly !
White children who are now attending tives and friends
it will be transferred to brief visit.

other schools. We sincerely hope ...
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that this will not happen, as that I "- .y Mr. and Mrs :
would surely] be not an evidenceof 505 NW 68th st. were
compliance In good faith, but I number cif gue':ts ths Y
an act of subterfuge and expedi visiting frcm Chicago
ency. However, to let Orchard .. Dallas West, sister of
Villa Schcol operate with its comp ? and her husband. Net"f
ement of teachers and principaland omcranled by a
with only 12 students would Lenoir and their
surely be a most foolhardy andexitensme I Jens, Stanley and
arrangement, when +"'
Dade County Schools are already /Mrs. Ocra Lee
over-crowded and double and lJ. tan, Mass., who came
triple sessions are not uncommon. the funeral of her
The Orchard Villa situation Is w. s" w Lena Dixon, leaves
not uncommon The Orchard Villa on Wednesday.
situation is not settled, and we ,
might say that actually this is not Miss Phyllis
integration: but, perhaps a Oelores, left last
"token" beginning which we hope house in Atlanta.
will grow into a complete deseg- her sophomore year
regation program very soon. enters the freshman .
art1' daughters 9f
EDUCATION IS THE ANSWER Phlllt' Peterson of 66t

Dade County's start toward
deseegrojatlon is small, but in }
small beginnings lie great hopes. Register 1
And until all educational barriersare Mr. S. Daniel Mobley Jr., a
down, the opportunities for well known 'Morehouse Man"
Negroes to obtain the kind of and a very active member of r
I schooling they want in law, medl- Greater Bethel AME Church of Air
else, the church and in other fields this city, has Just returned boone
will be seriously limited. And until from a two-weeks tour of active 011 'IH.
Negro young people have the opportunity reserve training at Fort Benning,
to attend elementar Ga. with the 324th" General H/os-

I andt secondary schools which pita University of Miami branch) Sat. M Idnlt.SUN. UWDEAD
properly prepare them for the I Mr. Mcbley, who now holds the
college erf their choice, segrega- position of !clerk No. 1 in the ., MON., t
tion continues to act as an eraser Finance Supply Dept. of Civil Service "Beat
which wib es out a .great majority has been nominated for a Louts .
of potential Negro leaders promotion as a result of his suc- With hit All
By the closing of the door to cessful completion of the unit's "Mamie Van '
the equality cf educational opportunity first 'n-OomiinJssIonied| Offi -I
through intolerance and cers' Leadership Class" which Fake of the STARTS WEDNESDAY
discrimination, all of us are denied held its graduation exercises on Fred Mae
the many 'benefits that the June 8. '

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Miami AID, HURRICANESEarly I SATURDAY,, SEPTEMBER. -.-, 12, 1959 ,... PAGE. 9

days 'of fall 'practice in
By,DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDU dtcate listed thoroughly that sophomoreswere -the' At Orange most tBwl.positions. its still' a'I Expression of Thanks

....11..........._........___.____ University of as Miami's first string men at wild guess just who will get the
1959 foot- Wish
call. I to thank all of my rriends
starting James Bruno, the
ball team.
and neighbors, who were so kindto
LABOR DAY has come and All-American prep' halfback
gone. Some people had a swell I While two see**, William Watt, from New England who showed me during my recent period of .
weekend, others had tears to shed tackle and James Volleqwejder little In spring practice has suddenly Illness. Your 'kindness will never
and some will never see another were listed as first strisg men at sprung to life and now has be forgotten. Special thanks to
Labor Day. For those who have is Leslie Uggams. thfe\ beginning of fall practice, moved into the picture as a halfback the Rev. E. A. Calmer and members -
died, we are sorry, yet on the sevetal other ''rookIes give indi- threat. Bruno is a, husky of St. Mary's' W. M. Church.
other hand, their worries are FOR THE NEXT four weeks, cation, that. they will be shoving 188 pounder who broke the Western ,Mrs. Mary E. Carey Morgan
over: They don't have to worry if there is anyone that would into. the' picture. before, long. Massachusetts scoring record :* *f.,-* + +
If Negro children go to school like to write to this column and I! !Coach, 'Andy with 174 'points in one season and
with white children, or visa versa; excess his opinion, it's open to I made' Jt known Gustafson has scored 28 TDs In his, senior: year Do Yourself A Biff Favor I
they don't have to worry about you. Since I'm always shooting tff I Junior that be it senior, lit Aga'wam' High.Drive .
or VOTE
sophomore REGISTER TO
looking for a job or paying a bill. my mouth I thought Maybe some: who come with the men
Yet, life still goes on, then thereIs of our readers would care to formances up the best per- I
will Streettvnowsi&wr
the rest of us with different write a few lines praise, com-' call against Tulane get the starting Carefully 116 W. Flagler
thoughts wondering if those that plain, gripe- beef, roast criticizeor Sept 25 In -
hate will cause conduction. I say what have you. Of course all
fYf1171lr1rrn1711t lrrnJr7\1J1TI1 1I rnlr7\lItTIl'fl\1I1n.t1rnlt7'\li7\1irr\I! tfT'i1Itl'UII\.1U'\.mL! UH'\.mnr.Jn.k'n1
it's not right to hate. I say that letters should be addressed to me .
everyone should try to help each and sent to the Miami Times, -
other In this short life. It's not 6740 NW 15th ave. Letters to be
for me to tell anyone how to be, published are at the discretion of
or live, I say all this because it my editor. In other words, if your
comes to mind that all people are letter' is not printed, it's becausemy
of God's will. No, this is not a boss sez no dice, we can't I IMANOR
sermon, but Just a thought thatif afford to be sued. ARMSTRONG
hate was discarded against the In fact this column is always
color of a person's skin, his creedor open for commu origin that this'would be a is open to all races too. I'm not .
most wnderful world ,to live in. prejudiced.
Think about it.ATTORNEY ,
Miami's new comers, Dave and
Lavine Fincher, had a .girl. Same
HENRY ARRING- goes for Nat and Muriel Vaughn.
TON, one of Miami's most They also had a girl. . Until .
thought cf people, is looking fox .
next week; you know what, every "
a 4 or 5 acre tract of land to minute, of it. Peace. :
build a 66 unit apartment house
for (people of' .65 years of age or
over. The purpose is to construct Alabama. Boycott
apartments that will be a convenience .
to the aged, with no Leader Speaks Here
steps to climb and a life of easy NOT BETTER THE BEST
living: : at a rate that is easy topay. Continued
from
'Mr. .Arrington has the I page 1
auuioniy 01 me Housing ucmmlssioh gram. I
of which he is a mem- Rev. Shuttlesworth and his Open for Inspection and
ber of the Board to locate the family have ,been subjected to the'
tract of land for this wonderfulidea severest terrorism and violenceas I'
of housing(people of the same the result of his courageous Applications DailySee
level.
.age leadership in the movement for I
integration. He has been mobbed
This Beautiful Model at
Pretty girl of the week: Mrs.! beaten, and Jailed. The Bethei!,
Chris Jenkins . Pretty boy of Baptist Church, of which he is'I'
the week: Dr. W. A. Patterson pastor, has. undergone two bomb- CORNER 107th AVE. & 151st ST.
Policeman of the week: Robert Ings. In 1867 his wife was stabbedand
Ingraham . Teacher of the daughter injured by mob vio-
week: Mrs. Mary Lou Nixon.A lence In the face of great danger South ,Dixie to 152nd St. ('Coral. Reef Drive) turn westto
and bodily injury Rev. Shuttles-

reader of this column, Mrs. dated worth and has has refused to be intimi 107th Ave. (Florida Power'& Light: Station) then
constantly pushed
Pla, wrote to me asking If I ahead
in the on going fight for
could help her to get a position human dignity. right to model. '
'
with the
police department as a I
policewoman at the school cross Rev. Shuttlesworth is the leader -
inf!. Unfortunatedly, I'm not in a of the civil rights struggle in See this 3-bedroom 2 porch built-in kitchen with the
position to help Mrs. Pla, but any Birmingham and is closely associated ,
woman who might be Interestedin with
Dr. !Martin Luther
police /work could check with King Jr., as secretary of the most modern design of the day. I
our Mayor Charles Hadley and Southern Christian Leadership
he, in turn, could direct you to Conference which he helped or.
the right source and place to ganize in 1957 after the successful ,
apply. However, I wholeheartedly Montgomery bus boycott. Only $11,500 Yes $11,500FINANCING
believe that we should have at Rev. T. W. Foster, CORE Institute -
least six Negro iwcmen as regular director, declared that !
policewomen, some could handle "the leadership offered by Rev. !
the women In court and jailhouse Shuttlesworth shows( what can be
plus other things that done when Christian leaders are
would be a benefit to our city dedicated and have the faith and .
and our' community courage to God and man in face
of danger and even death. NO DOWN PAYMENT. CLOSING COSTS ONLY
Watch a young girl, age 16 People in Miami will find
move into Lena Home's shoes themselves at the close of the
SMALL WEEKLY PAYMENTS PAYS ALL
within the next four years. I gota meeting with renewed spirit and .
glimpse of her singing with deeper interest and understanding
Andy Williams on channel 4 last of our age of crisis. OR -
Tuesday nite. Just think how "We believe that a large attendance -
much peace and harmony the at the Greater Bethel Small down payment with monthly payments to suit
world could enjoy If more whites AME Church, 245 NW 8th it,
and Negroes could ling together will have a great effect on pro your budget
Yep, funny wod: -Oh, her: name gress in Miami race relations." I ..

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MASSES Sunday School....................... 9:30:
; Daily................................. 8 a.m Morning worship ..........?........ 11:00:

Sunday....... 7 a.m. & 8:30: a.m BTU ...............?.:.........?............ 5:00:

Evening worship' .......*..*....... 7:00:

to Cl CONGREGATIONALDr.

trdi
H. C. McDowell, pastor METROPOLITAN AME'

m A. E. McNeal, reporterWe Rev. A. M. Salmon, pastor .
\ Sis. Mae Thompson chairlady
are a church! The manifes- ,
tation of faith and determination Celia Day, secretary

of the members ol our Fellowship and Sunday School..*.................. 93:0:
MT. CALVERY BAPTIST voted to seek recognition Southeast Morning worship .................... 11:00:
in the
membership Evening worship .................... 7:00:
I THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor Coast Association of the Florida
Phyllis Myers, reporter Congregational Chrsltian Con

Iff SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1959 Sunday School...................... 9:30: ference, when they hold their Matthew Temple AMEZ
Morning! service 11:00: conference in November. .
Evening service 7:00: 1628 N.W. 5th Ave.

Zion Hope M. Baptist BAHA'I ASSEMBLY There will be delicious chicken There and are fellowsripped seven members in received the- Revs| Daniel Pridgen, pastor
Mrs. Ruth Lucas, reporter
1710 N.W. 69th St. and 17th Ave.. "How CanWe Find God?" is the dinners sold in the kitchen on church Sunday.

Rev: C. Albury, pastor subject of the weekly discussionheld behalf of Men's. Day. McDonald's Sun- Sunday School....................... 93:0:
Rev. subject
at the Baha'i Center, 137 Sister Doten is still in the hos- "Brdken The Morning worship .................... 11:00:
School 9:30 will be Pieces.
Sunday NW 11th ave., Sunday, Sept. 13, pital. We are asking that the day Evening worship ....... ........... 7:00:
Morning Service 11:00 7 p.m. Mrs Emily Bethel, chair members please go to see her. doors of our church are always
BTU 6:00 man of the Baha'i Assembly of open. Everybody is welcome, especially -
Evening Service 7OC Miami will be the leader. Everyone BETHANY BAPTIST friends and visitors. MT. SINAI'BAPTIST

Prayer Meeting 8:00 is cordially invited to participate 3078 N.W. 45th St. Services Sunday at 11 ajn. at D. B.. reporter

(Tuesday night) in this discussion.. Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor the Seventh Day Adventist Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastor

FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. Sis. Marjorie Shelby, reporter School 50th st.MONROE.auditorium, 25th ave. and Sunday School..........,.......... 93:0:

Evening Service .. 7:30 p.m Morning worship .................... 11:00:
Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor James E. Brown pastor Prayer Service, Thurs. 7:30 p.m, Evening worship ................ ... 7:30:
Claudia Wilson, reporter Bro. Vandell Bovan, reporter I\TU ................................ 5g0; DJn ?

Sunday School......-............... 9:30: Sunday School..?......?........... 930: Morning Service ............ 11 &JP MUSIC HOUSE ST. LUKE BAPTISTMrs.

Morning worship .......?..-....... 11:00 Morning worship ....... ....... 11:00: Writer of Rock of Apes
Evening (worship ...............?... 7:00: Evening worship .........?........... 7:00 ST. LUKE BAPTIST Everything in Gospel Music Bunesba Green, reporter
BTU ...........?.u............?..?......?... 550: BTU ...................?....................... 5:30 Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor Everything for the Church. Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor

one. last at Mrs. Bunesba Green, reporter Hymnals, Furniture. Mail orders Sunday School ...........?.._....... 9:30
Sisters Loretta Smith Francis its Service most spiritual on and Sunday heartwarming was Sunday School....................... 9:30 promptly filled. 936 N.W. 3rd Morning worship ...-........... 11:00:

Williams, F. Corley and Betty best. Morning .service ..... 11:00 Ave., Apt. 1. FR 4-8904, Miami, BYPU .......................?............... 5:30
Ross, left Friday, Sept. 4 for the BTU ... 5:30 Flat Evening worship ................... 7:00
national convention in Californiaand The pastor and officers express Evening worship 7:00:
our pastor left ,by plane Mon their appreciation to the entire
membership for the There will be an after service I
day. Let us pray for all the sick. very generous
Funeral services for Sister Alma donations toward the pastor'strip program Sunday night, Sept. 13
Williams will be held Saturday to the National Baptist Con- sponsored by one of the captains, ,I OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOUSEE
3:30 pm. at the church. We are vention in San Francisco, Cal. Mrs. A. L. Collins in behalf of
asking the members of the churchto The .pastor, along with his wife, the Woman's Day drive. THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED.
be much in prayer tor the left Monday for the journey. The Deaconess Board sponsorsits 'PSYCHIC!READERLet
annual tea Sunday, Sept. 20,
family. Choir No. two along with usher 4 to 6 pan at the home of Deacon -
board No. two will be expected and Mrs Annie L. Bell, 753
Mt. Pleasant Methodist to be at their usual post on NW 67th st.

Sunday.Remember". The Woman's Day committeeis
2170 Washington Street seven days without
sponsoring sale Satur-
a every
Opa Locka church makes one weak." I day ,beginning at 3 p.m. until, at ;

Sunday School ............?... 9:30: ajn 1780 NW 55th st. Mrs. Annie B.
Morning worship ............ 11 ajm. EBENEZER METHODISTRev. Sullivan general: chairman. I
Evening service 1:30, Aaron D. Hall, pastor Mrs. Minnie Pearl Jones; !Is In I r

The members and pastor would Ernestine L. Hamibrick, reporter( dpeedy the, hospital. Please pray Tor her I
recovery.
appreciate at the
your presence service the Sunday School..........?. 9:30
ground-breaking -
13th of September. This service Morning service .... 11:00 MT. HERMON A. M. E.

will ,be held on. the corner of Evening service ....... 7:00: Opa Locka I

Lincoln Ave. and Johnson St. in During this week our pastor Rev. Samuel Gay, pastor
Opa Locka. We will be happy to will be at the Kerr Memorial] Publicity Committee .
have all (members and friends of: Church in Perrine where he will!
the church. The time is 3 ,pan. deliver the revival sermons until Morning worship .......?........, 11:00
Frday nigh! t's closing. Sunday School......?............... 9:30:
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST Sunday is Infant Baptism Day Evening worship .."......... 7:00 my years of Experience grids and protect yon through .

1571 N.W. 68th Terrace and reception of members to the The spirit was high BIt the beginning Life as a Lighthouse guides tht ship in a storm
Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor full membership of the church. of prayer meeting Mon-
Mrs. Cleolia McCartney, reporterWe Senior usher board. No. 2 will day night led on by Mrs. Gamble WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE MB
have charge of class meeting on and Mrs. Irving. For Success in Business And Love
wish to give Deacon Ernest Tuesday night. Tuesday night Mrs. C. Hunter
Moss our deepest sympathy oa CONSULT HER -
and Mr. Daniel 'will lead. Each
You are urged to for and
the death of his sister died pray
who
following night some memberswill A You now have home made happy
last Thursday evening in the visit the sick. ,They are: Sisters can your
city of Nassau. He left on last Ruth .D. Hills, 1542 NW 70th st, carry on. Then beginning '0 Get and Hold the position you so long wantedDon't
to attend the Christina Davis, 7041 NW 21st Monday night, Setpt. 14, the Rev. A Stay in the rut out now
I Friday morning Washington get
court, Esther Norris, 511 NW 11th pastor of St. Paul
I funeral. Terr., Mae Francis Jones, 1635 ACME, ,will !begin a revival that By the help of God she can help you .
'
the time read this
j By you news we hope will wake .
the Rev. would have already NW 65th St., Remilda Simms, up Opa Loc evil influence if sick in
Taylor ka. The members and friends Remove you are worried or .
2041 NW 59th st., Helen Branch,
board the for Nassau
( plane -
Jackson, Hospital, Brothers Timo- will please come out and hear troubleIt
on a business trip.
The: Rev, and Mrs. Thomas thy Culmer, 1760 NW 71st St., I. this gospel preacher will pay you to call and see this Gifted Medium First
Pray for the
Rolle have just returned from A. Taylor, Jackson Hospital. and do attend sick church and Sunday.shuit-Jns, Where thousands come early for help and advice, yon too'.can
their vacation In the city of Nas-
be touched by this strange mysterious power
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN
sau and Deacon Laroda and his GREATER NEW
wife has just returned ifrom Vir- 14 th Ave. and 6&th Street BETHEJ. WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe

ginia. Sunday; School......... 9:3O am Rev.Mrs.W. K. Smith, pastor same God who delivered Moses and the children of Israelof
Don't the fourth Sun- R. Conley Clerk
forget on Morning Service ............ 11:00: aon. old Is still alive today and will open a way for you through
day will !be !(Men's Day. The men Morning worship ................ 11:00:
make Westminster Fellowship 6:00 pm Sunday School...... the troubled seas of life. Let not him that Is blind lead you or
are planning a big day so ............... 9:30:
that a red letter day on your Evening Service 8 p.m.1 BTU ...?..?..........???..?............... 5:30 yon. stumbl with him. ....,.. ..
calender. Evening worship ................. 7:00 Do you doubt the existence of things because you cannot see
ST. MARY'S W. M.
Rev. I. Hepburn spoke for us them? .
on Sunday morning. It was a very
Rev. E. A. Culmer pastor What do you think of the Invisible wave and sounds that
inspiring message. You May
Saturday night, Sept. 12 there Sunday School ........................ 9:30: make Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television possible?
will be a sale at the home oJ Morning worship' ............... 11:00: Dream Dreams A seed before It sprouts, lies concealed, secret, silent in the

Bro. Errol Burrows, 1711 NW Evening'worship .................. 7:30: and See ''Visions dark earth, or womb of Nature. THERE IS AN "UNSEEN
68th terr. from 8 until. I'
Sister Sadie Green and Deacon The church was happy to welcome POWER"

r i Laroda are on the sick List. Don't the pastor who recently returned Therefore acquaint '
-
forget the sick and shut-ins. from, a well deserved and ob yourself .,
s, enjoyable vacation. He deliveredan with the one who is an r .

Notice to Church able message. Sunday .being authority. Whose private ,
the first Sunday in the month consultation will evolve you .

Reporters testimonial memorirs were in order to a higher state of mind. t L '
and everyone expressed himself -
:' effort to make or herse!!.
.In an our All Information is
church more interesting and
page
njjwsy'maY we suggest that our TRIUMPH CHURCHPrince Strictly Confidential $'
include of ,
church reporters more H. Mobley, pastor S
the coming activities in their reports Sis. S. Daniels, reporter Office lours 0 a.m.-8 p.m.

place already instead of A what coining has meeting taken School of Wisdom .............. IfcOO Sunday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. ,

or program names of elected Evening service .......?._......... 8:00 Don't Write-Call in Person

delegates to conventions shut- Every Saturday night for "
in members church social functions your DAILY READING 1.00 UP
listening pleasure there will be agroup
all certainly make better of with this so-called Dream Seat
singers at the church.On
reading than what has gone by. this Saturday ,the Sons of Only$2.00. Money; back guaran 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
An exception to1 this would be teed. Try one today!
Daniel and the Suanne
Gospel
the outcome of special MADAM
reporting events, I.e. Men's or Women' Stars are the guests of honor. JAMAICA CANDLE SHOP HUNTER
Our thought for today Is "Seek
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AME> Name New SALTER'S CHAPEL ST. JAMES A.M.E.Rev. THE MIAMI TlllES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"SATURDAY

Rev H. J. Benson, pastor
Education :Chief Ruth Twlggs, reporter H. McNeal Harris, pastor SEPTEMBER 12, 1959 PAGE 11
Mrs. Sadie F. Dean reporter ,
NASHVTT.Tff'. (ANP)- The Sunday School....................... 9:30:
Rev. Andrew H White has been Morning worship ............... ....11:00 Sunday School.............. .... 9'30
named executive secretary of the ACE League ................_.. 5:30: Morning worship ................... 11:00: DT. ELKS HOLD grand auditor.
division of Christian education, Evening worship ................... 7:00 ACE League ...........*............... 5:30 Newly elected to service were
AME church.: The appointmentcame Evening worship .................. 7:00: SIGNIFICANTCONVENTION Mrs. Luthennae E. Adams, grand
chaplain; Mrs. Willia T. Moss,
during the denomination's BETHANY BAPTIST gatekeeper; Mrs. Rachel Corroth-
general board and board of education MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev.
3078 N.W. 45th st. ers and Mrs. Sicily Winters, grand

Rev.meetings White will fa fill Philadelphia.a vacancy Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor E. M. ,Thomas, pastor ATLANTIC CITY The 57th escorts, and Mrs. Mary Spxiggs
Palmer
and Mrs Hattie grand
created by the death last July of :Marjorie Shelby, reporter Phyllis Myers, reporter annual convention of the Grand trustees. ,

Dr. S. S. Morris ST., who held Sunday School .._................... 9:30: Sunday School...................... 9:30 the Temple'World, Daughters, which recently of IBPOE drew of
the position more than 30 years. Morning worship .................... 11:00 I Morning worship ..................... 11:00: to' a close with the dramatic coronation -
Rev. _White, editor-in-chief, BTU ............................................ 5:30'( BTU ......................................... 5:30: of Grand Daughter Ruler, MT. TABOR BAPTIST
religious literature, AME church, Evening worship ...............1... 7:00: Evening worship; .................. 7.-00 Nettie Carter Jackson, was as
pastoral a church in Covtagton Mrs, Lois Hicks reporter
colorful it
as was inspiring.
Ky., five yean. NOTE: Visitors are always wet
ANTIOCH BAPTIST TRINITY WESLEYANRev. "Moving Together Toward a
Common Goal, Improving' 0 u rTechniques come.
Church of TransfigurationEpiscopal Rev. O. W. Foster, pastorA. George E. Johnson, pastor to Meet Present Day Order of Service

( ) L. Johnson, reporter Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter Needs" was the theme of the Sunday School....................... t:a.

2171 N.W. 152nd Terr. Sunday School ..............._.._ 9:45 Sunday School................... 9 a.m cert session with, which the 60th was Grand held in Lodge con- Morning DTU ......worship. .. .................... 11:00 5:30:
Ven. John E. Culmer Morning Service .................... 11:00 Morning worship .................... 11:04: the Evening worship .................... '7:'I
priest in charge BTU .........._,.-......................... 531 Young People's Meeting 5 p.m gathering of IBPOEW, head
Stanley Sweeting, reporter Evening worship .................... 7:0< ed by Grand Exalted Ruler Robert -
H. Johnson. The highlights of
;
Service every Sunday Mt. Olive Missionary Bapt. the 8-day convention, which GREATER BETHEL A.M.E
Morning worship .................. 9:30 BETHEL BAPTIST brought more than 100,000 persons
Sunday School..............?..... 10.90 Richmond 402 NW 2nd Ave., Hallandale to the seashore resort, were numerous Rev. S. A Cousin, pastor
Heights Rev. Benjamin Franklin, pastor Mrs./J enette Folson, reporter
and significant as the
Rev. L. R. Rots, Pastor r

THE INCARNATION Jean E. Scott, reporter Sunday School ..................._... 9:30: sincere interest of Elkdom in Sunday School................... 830:
1835 N.W. 54th Street Morning service ..1..1............ 1:00: ( community progress was tangibly' Morning worship ................ 11:00:
Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr. vicar Sunday School....................... 93:0 Evening service ......._............... 7:0: ( expressed. Evening worship ..................., 7:00:
Morning service .................... 11:00 Early in the convention pro-
Susan Butler. reporterSUNDAYS BTU ............................................ 531Brening gram, more than 2,000 Elks and There will be a get-acquainted
service .......*.............. 7X Morning Star BaptistRev. friends heard Jackie .Robinson tea( for! the captains of the Wo-
seam Mass and exitoll the virtues of perseveranceas men's day program sponsored by

6ennon Sung. .__....._.. IU &A ( I. Clayton, pastor he praised the fight initiatedby I the representatives of the Fuller
** ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev.
School and Bible 514 N.W. 23rd St. Negro students in Virginia Products Co. The tea is being
lurch: > and North Carolina. Robinsonwas given September 13 at 534 NW
Class N. .............__.. 10 am E. D. Richardson, pastor Sunday School................... 9:30: the featured speaker for the 2nd ave.on, time .-8.
Y. C. Ueetlaf N ISO pjnlemn Minnie T. Copeland. reporter Morning service .................... lluo: eocoaslon which was referred to
Evensong and BTU .................................. 5:30 as the "International 1 Graduation" Usher Board No. 3 Invites you
School...................... 930
Sermon _._. .... 7 PJBL Sunday to attend our frth fall tea on Sun
L ---N. Evening service ........................ 7:30 exercises for Ann Rhodes, the
Morning worship ... .........._.. 11:00
imi Tuesday day, Sept. 27 in the beautiful
You welcome] to all services student who the
Vincent's Acolyte BTV ......_............................... 530 are leader 17-year-old of 21 children In the was Front basement of our church. Time 4-

rehearsal ................ ........ 5:30: I Evening worship ............... 7:00 Royal, Vinyinla integration con 6 p.m.
MT. ZION A. E.
M.
(
ednesday: Low Mass .... 6:30 a Jn. I troversy. Named the recipient of
,
.The Missionary Society Train
nIODI with meditation 8 pan. ST. JAMES BAPTISTRev. 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd/ St. an Elk $1,000 scholarship, Miss
will run on Sopt. 22 It promises
t ThursdayNJchoI" J. L. Johnson Opa Locka Rhodes was handed a number of
pastor to be an interesting event. Come
choir 530 pm. at the meeting which
Rev. C. J. Jenkins, pastor presents out and enjoy itThe

,; Friday Sunday Services Sunday School...........:.. v30: a.m also honored 40 other students
'Cecelia's. choir ...*....... 8:30 pm. :Sunday School ........... 930 a.m Morning worship ............ 11 ajn who are attending integrated captains for the Women's
Morning Worship ..... 11:00 a A .......... schools in the South. Day program have been selected.
[Father Clark has organized League .....?............... 5 pjn
guilds of the Episcopal BTU ......................... 530: pjn Evening worship ............... 7 pjn Grand Daughter Ruler Nettie Women's Day is Oct. 23.
Evening Worship ........... 7:30 p.m Carter Jackson of Staten IslandNY
lurchmen namely St. Paul allen reelecteito
; Visitors always welcome was unanimously
..
living in the Opa Locks, 323 N.W. 14th St.I serve another ,two-year term. NEW HOPE P.B. CHURCHRev.
edo Park, Floral Park and Also re-elected were Mrs. Esther
irille areas. Henry O. Mc- 'FIRST UNITARIANThe Juanita's R. Peterson, grand vice daughter H. C. Samuels, pasto
nney, chairman, and St. Peter's ruler; Mrs. Buena V Kelley, Mrs. Evelyn Granger, reporter

men Leon living Gibson in the Liberty City All I Rev. Robert Wilcox Sonen KindergartenBegins grand daughter secretary; Mrs.Pearl I Sunday School ....................... 930:

".rea.In these various, chairman. : has accepted a call to serve as I Registration Sept. 8 Brown, grand daughter Morning service .................... 11:00:
-amen contact chairman areas for,details.please minister of the First Unitarian treasurer and Mrs. Isabel Ryder, BTU .........................?............... 8:30:
Do this your at your earliest conven- Church 29th road, Dixie and will,Highway be preaching at SW 1500 N.W. 74th Strreet Evening worship ................. 7:30:

+t'. ience. Levi Johnson, president of his first On this there
"A Sunday
sermon, Letter of Introduction morning
the Episcopal Churchmen of the Free pick up and delivery JOHN STARR
"
will be services. The
Baptism
13
on Sunday, Sept. Liberty City Brown Sub and
t Incarnation.
11 a.m. pastor is asking all candidates to
The Sts. Ann-Margaret chapter Overt own Blessing Man
Mr. Sonen was born in Washington be ready.
of the Episcopal Churchwomenof D. C (graduated from the Phone NE 4-0576 1 to 3 day Special/ | Blowing/ ,$25
the Incarnation will have Its At 3 pm. Sunday the willing
University of Maryland with
a to $100. One to two week bUssIng
regular monthly meeting on BJS. in civil engineering and from 819 workers club will sponsor a pro
Tuesday, Sept. 15, 8:00 p.m. at the the Meadville Theological Schoolof n $3 to $6. Also/ available/ Incense, gram ,for the Pastor's Aid Club

home of Mrs. Maude Moncur, Chicago with a BD. degree in oil and candles./ Remember, this
15940 NW 21st ave, Opa Locka. 1939. He served as minister of .. la YOUR Life.
For transportation contact your the First Unitarian Church in P.O. Box 1922 Don'S: Fret-' Fight!
chairman. All ( of the Opa
women
Norfolk Va. from 1939 until
,
Locks, Tuxedo Park, Floral Park 1944 when he went to All Souls Gray Hair ,Wanted! Cleveland 6, Ohio

and (Brownsville areas are urgedto Unitarian Church J.nrw.a.. Okla., Man er Woman cwt Join The NAACP

be present. Mrs. EUsha S. where he served until this sum HOW YOU CAN LOOK .. ..- -n m nnnnnnnnnnnnfioFOR -.
Clark, chairman. r.U '
mer. While In Tulsa, he was 20 YEARS YOUNGER \ l".r 1 'I 1 I
chairman of the Tulsa County
CORINTH BAPTIST Rted Cross, committee) for the with science's/ newest discovery BETTER PICTURES . SEE

Rev. W T. Thomas, pastor United Nations, and a member of Auntie-Graj PomadeSay

Sunday Phone School NE.._...5.1518.._........ 930: and the Tulsa active Civil in music Service and Board little new goodbye pomade t. GRAY discovery.HAIR Apply wit

Morning worship ......-.N..... 11:00 theater groups. In the denomlna. simply as would JOHNSON OF MIAMI
you your "g-
Evening worship ......_..._..... 730 member tions he of has Meadville served Theological as board ular halrdrtstlne./ Imparts flat.urai.iuking .
Come and hear a gospel preacherand
color lava .hair
School, Unitarian Service Committee -
successful pastor and was president of the beautifully eon and lustrous. -

Southwestorn! Unitarian Confer- Won't rub off, wash out. Nod Dinner Parties Weddings PassportHome
Matthew Temple AMEZ ence. staining, non.greasy, Colontono
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(Rev. and Mrs. Sonen and their I Pomade conditions and grooms
Movies Pictures
1838 N.W. 5th Ave. five teenage children have recently -' hair.' No other hair dressing ,," Baby a Specialty
Rev Daniel Pridgen, pastor returned from a five weeks 'I ed. Send only $2.00 (tax Inelud

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( : ,*5lot'W s DRESSES WHOLESALE & RETAIL
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12,1959 Infant Roy'iBrowiy W :
20th st., diedfn the Jaclcsotr H *- *
pital Aug."3U, Burial;took place ,J3. Hundreds beautiful dresses /' ,
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on' Sept. 4. ,
; Valuei to.$25, only ..i..... !, '.................... ........ '.$1.00
CARDS'MEMORIAL.$ Stillborn : '
born to
Sutton
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Mr.. and Mrs; Lawson Sutton (xf Men' and,, Boys' Suits Value to ;$50 . ...........,. $7.50

630 iNW I5th st., apt. '221, on Childrenvbresses; -ALL NEW...:................... $1.00.
Sept. 7 was buried on Sept. 8.;;,
CARD OF THANKSThe rr'rrf SEE US AND SAVE AGENTS' ,, WANTED
Stillibdrn Baby Girl Summers,
family o* Mrs. Lena Dixon DEATHS born '1o Mr. and ,Mrs. Cleve
wish to thank the many friends Summers, 680 NW '5th St., apt. Two Sisters Wholesale

for cards, telegrams, flowers and 300 on Sqpt.) 4, was burled on,

other kindnesses shown during Richardson i Sept., 8.Fraiinis. 127 N.W. 2nd Street (one flight up) '
her illness and death. . iI iI I :
Specially do they thank the I ->v -' PHONE 'FR 7-2943 .
Rev. S. A. Cousin and the Rich- Lucille Harris, 1000 NW 1st : . ,
ardson Funeral Home. ave., apt. 8, died Sept. 4. Funeralto FASHION MART BUILDING-
The Dixon Family be held at Mt. Tabor Baptist Funeral services for Mrs. Alma
168 NW 64th st. Church in Liberty City Sept. 12 Williams of 455 NW 12th st. who
at 3 pjm. with burial in Lincoln died Sept. 2 at Mt. Sinai Hos- r.

CARD OF THANKSWe Cemetery.Lee 'pital will be held 3:30: Saturdayat
a
Friendship Baptist Church. M -
Maxwell Dania died in Mrs. Williams is survived; by her
the family oi the late the Veteran's Hospital on Sept. 4. husband,. J. C., For
REV. LEON B. FORBES The body was shipped to Veteran Open InspectionSATURDAY
who passed away Sunday, Aug. Cemetery in Bay Pines for Mrs. Mamie Brown of 1502
23, wish to thank the many military burial on Sept. 10. NW 5th place died Sept. 9 in he'
friends for cards, telegrams and home. Funeral arrangements are and SUNDAY
flowers received during the sad John Blackmon. JB06 Thomas St., incomplete
hour of our bereavement. Con- Key West, died in the Veteran's
2 to 5
dolences were so many we are 7. The body p.m. .
Hospital on Sept. Charles Adderley of 582 NW !,; :
not able to mention all of there shipped to Union Springs, died ..
was 15th St., Fla. City, Sept. 6. "!
May God bless all of Many '
you. Ala. Sept. 11 where burial -
thanks. on Arrangements are incomplete THE FINEST ONE BEDROOM, APTS. ,'

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Mrs Carrie Forbes
Solomon Forbes FOR ADULTS ONLY AT $21.50 A WEEK
Miss Verdell Forbes I IN MEMORIAMIn Range . I

and other relatives -
loving memory of our dear

one, 'I ELENGEE PATIO/ APTS.
HARRY EDWARDS
CARD OF THANKSThe
who passed away on Sept. 8, 1958.
family of the late, He has gone, (but not forgotten.The Cor. 58th St. & 12th Ave.

MRS. MIGNON LANG KEMP Family ,

expresses appreciaton to the many .
friends for cards, telegrams and ,-. - '. .. r ,
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our loved one. f 4
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family cf the late I k.p What to'do to bring luck
MISS LOIS PETERSONwho
What to do when about to
died on August 26, and was
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laid to rest on September 3, 1959 undergo severe operation or .
takes this method of expressing Imprisonment. 7 "cP
thanks and appreciation to the h'
What to do when you ,have
many during:friends its hour who of were bereavement so kind, -.:;...:.,,- court c..... ,., ..: I

thanks for your cards, flowers, : Mrs. Willie Mae Carter of 1614 What to do to get what you J
and other acts of kindness, agan! .? NW 1st place died in Jackson ask for. 3 ,

thanks. to everyone for everything Hospital en Sept. 9. Mrs. Carter What to do to unite love + 33
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ones.
I 38 years, having taken up resi-
CARD OF THANKSThe dence here in 1921. She is survived What to do when cross. conditions,, and enemies are against you

by a son, Adam Carter, a What to do to have good, true dreams.-and many others. "'
family of the late, daughter, Mrs. Mary C. Hamlett,
TONY ENOCH ROLLE r a sister, Mrs. Georgia Nix, a I. The "Old Indian Dream Book" ,' .:
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brother Sam two grandchildren : <-
who died August 26 and was laid Flagg
to rest Sept. 1, 1959 takes this Kelcina Allen and Kevin .
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method of expressing deep appreciation Hamlett, five great grand
and heartfelt thanks I children. Funeral !services will be Instructions things we dream about. What to do to bring .luck .
for the many condolences, received nn.T HARVEY RMffTHwho conducted. _.. on Sept. 12 at 2 pan.
'
j during its hours of bereavement "'departed this life Sept. 16, at Mt. Sinai: Baptist: Church, JAMAICA RELIGIOUS CANDLE SHOP
Special thanks, to the 1958. Rev. S. A. Thomas will officiate.
"Boys of 14th Terrace and 3rd Gene, but not forgotten. Burial in Lincoln Memorial. 6965 N.W. 15th AvenueMiami 47, Florida
Avenue." Again, thanks to everyone While memory lingers on. '
for everything. Cleomic Smith, wife (Harry Black, the.19-month-old
The Family sos of Mr. and Mrs. Ozzie Blackof
2164 NW ,68th lane, died in
Jackson Hospital on Sept. 4. Be- I 1 i
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J CARD OF THANKSWe
CARD OF THANKS. sides his parents he is survivedby
four sisters grandparents.
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{ The family of the late, wish to extend our thanks Chapel services were conductedon
and appreciation:' to all those who Wednesday with Rev. Edward ',, RI/ea1 KMI ftyMN 111W1 ne.es e+sdi'L
taua "f"" lr: sent us floral tributes, telegrams, Zion
f' Graham ctf: Mt. BaptistChurch
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l, 1F: '> 't;l1l'1.rI. cards, letters and showed us other officiating. Burial in Lin-
I acts of kindness during the '-
'..1.'> ', '." :)< 'j I,I death of our son and brother, coln. J ::!-t
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Mrs. Alice Brbwn of 928 NW --;. 7
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55th terrace was pronounced. deadon lY "
arrival at Jackson Hospital on
f Sept.* 7. She is survived by her II 1

husband, Johnel, two daughters, 4'
r Estell and Magnolia, two brothers -
Linwood and Arthur Lewis \ LESTER: : c ALBERT. FU&WO) Director .'-
both of Richmond'Va. Funeral
services will be conducted Friday 6942 N.W. 15th AWHM -OX 1.761

Sept 11 at 2 pan at EbenezerM.
E. Church with .Rev. Hall of- --
ficiating. '

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' + a Louis W. Gaskin ci 1404 NW ,;
63rd st., died in Jackson Hospitalon f w r
1t Sept. 7. ire will be well remembered '
\ by residents of Liberty : -
Square Housing Project wherehe
worked for almost 20 years.
He is survived by a niece, Mrs.

a . Alberta Gabriel of Thonrasvllle,
)' Ga. who is is. the city lor the
JOHNNY SIMMONS I \i .. final'rites.., He is nOW' lying in repose .1-
known as "Flat Top" tt. : < .', in the chapel. Chapel ser-
who died August 23, and was laid '
vices will be conducted at 430
to rest August 29, 1959, takes this bLiALBERT' t pjm Friday. Rev. A. Allen will f
this method of thanking everyone \ officiate.
who ''was so kind during its hoursof JACKSONwho ,

bereavement. Thanks for your passed en: August 7, 1959. The infant daughter of Mr. and
flowers, cards, cars and other Special thanks to Rev. T. C. Mrs. Sinclair ,Jones of 6221 NW .

kind gestures of sympathy. Special Kelly Jr., of St. Paul's AM2 21st ave. was stillborn in Jack- 15'111 N.W. ITU ATOTOI.MIAMI,rtORIDA.!%. ..... OX 1411. OX 1-43U
thanks to Rev. A. D. Hall, Church choirs No. 1 and 2 and the son Memorial .Hospital on Sept.

pastor of Ebenezer M. Church. Helping Hand Club for their do 8. Graveside services were con- o.AGdII......thaw. 0Iar Racy u'I -. Lads l..rMd Dw.ot.r '
Again thanks to everyone foi nation. Last but not least the ducted On Sept. 10.
everything., Bethell Williams Funeral Home
Mrs. Bessie Murdock for efficient service. The infant con of Mr. and Mrs.
And Family Mrs. Zetta Jackson, mother Hubert Oolebroofc of 6600 NW I
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Mrs. Marian Rlsty, sister 21st ave. died in Jackson Memo- .
Mrs. Carrie ,Lee Walker, Sis. rial Hospital on Sept 6. Grave- Our Classified Columns Get Fast Result
\Andrew Jackson, son side services were Conducted en
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'r mften and women win pick them up. NE 50561. l
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1315 NW 60th st. FL 90218. WORKING MOTHERS. A retired y
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your small children in her home

Repairs Repairs Repairs 1926} NWFJrst, place, 7.30: ajn.
to 6. ..'',dt : C19
Electric stoves and hot water :
heaters repaired, also toasters, We care for small children ;
irons and other small appliances. while mothers are working. Call '
DRAKE'S NA: 11047. ,2310 NW 167th St., .1 : ,
7612 N.W. 22nd Avenue Opa Locka. J {
Phone OX 1-9688
812 Discussing future plans, follow- --
FOR SALE !fno .Installation services at the
20th annual National Junior THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper"
WANTEDWe LOT. Carver Ranches. Size 146x League, Inc., conference In Newark -
need substitute mothers 50. For information call JE N.J., recently are: Mesdames SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1959 PAGE 13
2-1095. Kinsey. 512 Erline Holmes, East Orange, N.
and cooks for positions of one .
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and two weeks. Salaries to $10
a A GOOD FRIGIDAIRE Must be Sydmor, Montclair, N.J., first

day.Hostesses, we will pay $2.00 sold by Sunday. 2170 NW 66th -it vice president; Wlllye Lee Whit- OUR CHILDREN'S EDUCATIONBy
live-In Phone NE 4-4001. Mr. and Mrs. ney, Denver, president; Blanche
transportation on any E. King, Chicago, founder
girl 'We place. Salary $35 up. Taylor. executive secretary; and Atty I James P, Mitchell, Secretary of Labor

Come early Mrs.morning. Mack with clothes. HOUSE Here's an opportunity Martha Belle Montclalr.+ANP There is turmoil in our educations, will of a child. All we had were
RELIABLE EMPLOYMENT for you We are moving to Cali photo. r .)'.ttm. There is equal turmoil comparatively dingy llttfi rooms
SERVICE fornia. CBS 2-ibedroom ''With two among its critics and de/endtrs. I ruled by go \ teachers who knew
432 Espanola Way, Miami Beach lots. All furnished 5817 NW 30th am not a professional educator, butI what their purpose 'was.
ave. Call Maldonado phone NE I have a great professional interest One educates, if one is going to
P,POSITION W NTEDYOuNG' 5-2714 S19 House For Sale in the proper use of human re- educate at all, the entire penon-
sources. And I have some serious with full acknowledgement of man's
WOMAN with 2% years 2-BEDHOOM HOUSE. 790 NW misgivings about a school system spiritual soul.Education .
t college training would like a job 55th Terr. MU 1-3414. I 2390 Service Rd. that overlooks the three major requirements Is not entertainment;
teaching?: at kindergarten Call for full education-discipline it is difficult work with great re-
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OX 1-3843. BAR AND RESTAURANT. Fully Opa Locka excellence and faith. wards. Any education, for example,
equipped, ready for use. Nice location APPARENTLY that falls to provide a student with
FOR RENT busy neighborhood Apply All furnished our schools are some basis for belief, some respect
4928 NW 22nd ave., or call NE trying not to for,authority, and some reverencefor
FURNISHED Efficiency. Beautiful 40233. Jalousie Florida Room frighten anyone. his own tradition is a failure.IF .
They don't wantto OUR CHILDREN are agnostic,
all utilities. 4190 NW 32nd 2-BEDROOM CBS down
Low Phone JE 1.3473
ave frighten the disrespectful and Irreverent it is became -
payment. Will accept lot as part parents by disciplining we have failed to teach them
down payment. da Locka area Open 10 to 4 Sun.
on the chil otherwise They might turn
out
$17 PER WEEK, 2bedroomstove for information call after 5 !
pm.
refrigerator and. watt OX 1-5453. I dren. They don't to be flr t-rate technicians and
free. Also furnishedon'e-bedrooms want to frightenthe high-class engineers and marvelous
844 NW 70th st. Phone NA 1-6953 children by businessmen who make breathtaking
Indi proposing long Mitchell fortunes-but they will still be
hours of arduous work They don't agnostic, dijrepectful, and Irreverent -
'ROOM AT 141 NW 9th it. See FOR RENT want to frighten. the.school boards -Incomplete men and women
Miss.Montgomery., S12 by suggesting a weeding out of unites -poor citizens.
courses. As a result they fall I To teach a man or woman the
ONE BEDROOM. Furnished apt. to come to grips with the basicsof I value that should govern his life
1641 NW 64th st. No children. education. Is more important than teaching
DX* 1., 343 or FR. 9-4859. Indf Business Propertyfor You cannot educate without somehow them the price of things. It ha
>, linking the student, binding been said that a cynic know the
Efficiency apartment. Furnished him to his own social and spiritual price of everything and the valueof
all modern conveniences. Located Doctor Dentist and intellectual Inheritance-to his nothing. And in the same way I
or Lawyer
near two bus lines. 3268 culture And in order to make far too many of our students in this
NW 46th St. Phone OX 1-3523. that essential connection, the mindof country know the facts about I
; the student has to be made everything and the meaning of
HOOM. Twin bed. For men only Officer etc. capable of understanding.IN nothing.THESE.
1307 NW 68th street. MY DAY we did not have T1IREK things-excellence
million-dollar educational plants discipline and faith-are the
2..BEDROOMHOUSE.NE 5-0561. Phone 7768 N.W. 62nd Street with super gymnasiums and'fluorescent 'h.-- very business of education
blackboards and nil
T Ptullil r..Wt. Strvlc,WutUnt...If,D.9
ROOMS. Men only. NE 50561.

1-BEDROOM APT. Corner. No
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FOR
RESTAURANT
I 2 Bedroom HouseCOMPLETELY .
ONE BEDROOM APT. Furnished. Fully Equipped
Phone OX 1-4514, 1430 NW 57th
St. I In downtown section!
FURNISHED
FURNISHED 3-bedroctn house in ALL READY TO OPEN
Opa Locka 2470 NW 155th Terr., Corner lot including small cottage in rear Rent Very Reasonable
Bunche Park area. Desire quiet
workng family. Quiet and private PHONE FRanklin 3-9368
surroundings. For in&Qnation: $600 DOWNWith
call NA 16654. jrAPARTMENTS.

729 NW j' MlhTerr reasonable monthly paymentsGoodman's

1 and 2 bedroom, all mod- .
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THE MIAMI TIMES-'The People Newspaper" Montgomery Offer

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1959 Chance .at Voluntary Eye-mobile at Liberty .

Desegregation ,

.CIAA- FOOTBALL Holy Redeemer Montgomery Ala. (ANP) City Center Saturday .

Rev. Martin Luther King jr.,
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BE School Starts With president, Montgomery Improve- I ,
RACE TO
ment Association, 'announcedthat (Parents. are urged to bring \ .
his ; onganlzetion would afford their children ages 6-12 to .the
CLOSE Full HouseHoly the Montgomery School Community Center, 6300 XjW Letter to The EditorMr.
board "ample opportunity" to 14th ave. from 10 am. to 4 pjm.
DURHAM, NC. (ANP) Redeemer Catholic Schoolat make a voluntary step toward de Saturday. Sept. 12 for a free eye H. E. S. !Reeves '
The CIAA's 1959 football race 1301 NW 71st st. opened its segregation. examination. This public service Editor The Miami Times
twill be a close struggle right doors Tuesday morning with each Indications were that no plan co-sponsored by the local chaP- Dear Sir : '
down to the final ,game. Most at classroom crowded to capacity.The ned effort would be made to ter of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority -' .
18-memlber conference will field school year started with enter (white srhools for the time Dade County Optometric Association I am a subscriber your paper
and have read
Mass in the church said by and Inc. many articles of
squads that are virtually the Holy being. Ryder System, the
same as last season fr. DeGrandis, SSJ. is being rendered, so that defective integration problems existing
The rapidly growing school has Fine Four Whites vision in children of ele in your city but I was greatly
Even Hampton institute, which found it necessary to have first mentary school age may be dis- shocked on last Friday afternoon
/Went into a tailspin after win- grade on double session with Sister Guilty in ''Shooting covered before their academic when I stopped in at a business
ning its first /dour games In 'M Ann Leo as teacher. prdgress; is hampered. Help your place on NW 3rd ave. Althoughmy
is expected to be stronger. The remainder of the :faculty is RICHMOND, Va. (ANP>>) child to guard his eyes. purchase was a small one, 1
did the
ask to use restroom, ]
North Carolina A&T Aggies, made up of: Sister M. Clarine, Four white men who were changed -
In need and I '
was urgent wa
Miss A. Simmons, 7th Watch for these danger signs:
8th grade,
last year's winner of SLAA hon- with firing shotgun blasts at
6th Mrs. 1. Constant of the denied the privilege to use it and
Sister M. Justella, ; rubbing
20-18 grade
;
with have been
ors on the final day a several Negro boys was told to try at the beauty
a. Braynon, 3rd; Mrs. R. Murray, eyes.
squeaker over North Carolina. sentenced to five years in prison, salon a few doors north of the
College, Is rated a slight favorite 2nd (grade. with three years suspended.Two 2. Fatigue or listnessness after drug store. Persnally, I feel it
with the Eagles: Morgan State The principal of the school, other white men, Thomas prolonged reading. awful that a Negro would or did
and Maryland State runnerups. Mother M. Bertrand, is new to Parkinson, 20; and Virgil Han refuse to let another Ne&ro use
this community, but not to school cock, 16, were given suspended 3. Frowning or scowling. the restroom. That is not M accommodating -
Johnson C. Smith and Hamp- work. Though small in statute she sentences. Whelan
ton are, rated as 'dark horses." Is most dynamic in school and Robert Carlton, 20; Cecil Payn 4. A marked aversion to light. here on Andrews as Ave.DrugStore Negroes -

A keen rivalry will be a game State classroom management. Her radiant Dean, 18; Raymond Lumpkin: 19,I 5. Holding reading matter very have use of the rest room
between the Maryland personality will serve as aguldin.g
and RJobert Kenney, 17, were close to the eyes. there. I am not criticizing your
Hawks and the ;Morgan Bears. light for the entire student sent to prison.Attention. articles nor the citizens for their|
The Bears will also play their body. 6. Redness'or irritation of ,eyes effort they are trying to put forthor
.stubborn rival, NCC. The Eagle The girls of this school can be execute but 'just to know how
lost only one game last season- distinguished by their yellow and Parents! s.?. Squinting. we want to integrate, yet we segregate -
the close: decision to the Aggies. white uniforms and the boys '
Other teams to watch are handsomely attired in their dress The Cox Kindergarten, 1753 8. Holding head to one side ourselves, or denying; ourselves -
Shaw, Virginia State, Bluefield clothes. NW 4th court, is now registering while reading. equal privilegeA
State, St. Augustine' [Delaware Much emphasis is being placed: for Its fall term beginning Sep- 9. Aversion to requiring SUBSCRIBER
State and Howard.Johansson on scholarship religion and cour- tember 8. You may come or call considerable use of games Fort Lauderdale
tesy, It is desired that If these FR 1-8488 or OX 11834. eyes.
to !Debutin are instilled in our youth of today !B. F. Cox, supervisor 10. Dislike for reading.If .
W. O. Cox For The Highest in
they will in turn develop manager
'All The Young into deserving citizens of tomorrow Sll parents wish to have their
.. I chlldreneyes examined: but can- COSMETICSCall
M en not accompany them to the eye- YUkon 3-5681
J. B. SMITH mobile, they must end a note
HOLLYWOOD (ANP) giving their consent for the ex- "SANDS"AIM
Injemar Johansson, the newly LOTS FOR SALE ELECTRICSERVICE amination.For .

crowned Heavyweight Championof Corner ISO 120 convenience, the'.statement
the world, will make his motion x below may be filled out and sent Miami Times Newspaper \
picture debut in a top acting role Build on your lot Electrical Contractor with the child. '
The Men" "which .
in "All Young
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Ladd and mine r.r---- ----- ---- ------- --- ------ -------
will star Alan Sidney or HOUSEWIRING
Poitier, it was announced last .
week by Hall Bartlett, who will We take care of financingNO "Don't cuss Call us"

produce and direct the indepen- ..,..............................".................................... (name of child) __
dent film for Columbia' Pictures MONEY DOWN PHONE OX 1-3625

release. Cash for lots Night or Day
paid or
your
has hit
Acclaimed as the casting coup my permission to have eyes examined ,

of the year, the deal with Johansson homeSEYMOUR
was ooncluded in his Your Vote is Neededto

home town of Geteborg, Sweden, BARON ............. . .................................................... (parent's name)
and climaxed months of Inter- fight the forces that seek
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national negotiations by
Samuel J. Briskin, vice presi- Licensed and Insured Builder to keep you a Second Clasl
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Following his stunning knockout -
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victory over Floyd Pattersonlast
June, the champion's services -
were sought by practicallyevery Miami Co.

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LEGAL NOTICES Weekly Special
Brown Sub Coconut Grove
THIS WEEK'S ,SPECIAL -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW sale Liberty City Downtowni

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN price price I

that the in undersigned business under, desiring the fictitious to 17V2 oz. Naturalizer .................... $4.00 $3.00 i ) WILSON RENTAL AGENCY 'he.

engage name of 6 of Ebonaire C.C. .......-................. 1.50 1.00 ,

at number 600 N.W. 7th Ave. in Qt. Posner Oil Shampoo ................ 1.00 .75
the City of Miami, Florida intend I lb. Nutrene Creme Shampoo ..... 1.25 .75 1307 N.W. 3rd Ave FR 4-0116

to register the said name with 11 oz. Pink Fantasy Spray net .......1.00 2 for 1.50 - - - - - - - - -
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of - - - - - - - - - -
Dade County. Florida. Pt 20 Vol Peroxide, 3 for ..... ......... 1.00 4 for 1.00

Dated at Miami Florida, this 1 lb. Working Oil ....',.'.................... 1.00 .75
18th day of August 1959. I .
PERRTNE PEST CONTROL BY 6500 N.W. 15th Ave. OX 1-0692
TRULY NOLEN, INC.
TRULY NOLEN. Owner MAGIC CITYELECTRONICS

Aug. 22, 29, Sept. 5, 12

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS

NOTICE NAME IS HEREBY LAW GIVEN .

that the undersigned, desiring to $5,990 Cash DownBUYS 1208 N.W. 62nd Street

enrage In business under the fictitious ,
name ofRESISTANT
ROACHES! BY RADIO TV PHONOGRAPHS

NOLEN. NEW 3-BEDROOM CBS HOME
at number 600 N.W. 7th Ave. In SALES SERVICE
the City of Miami, Florid Intends
to redster the said name with PLUS A 4-UNIT FURNISHED APT.
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Call PL
Dade County Florida. I HOUSE IN TOP LOCATION 47318.I
Dated at Miami, Florida, this

18th TRULY day of August NOLEN 1959.Owner Close to N.W. 7th Ave. .

Aug. 22, 29, Sept. 8, 12

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS In Edison Center Area O TERMS k "

NAME LAW O FAST SERVICE .
!NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN o
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that the undersigned, desiring to O pan.

titious engage name in business of under the fic. OWNER-FR 3.3654 O TUBES CHECKED FREE

MICE AND RAT CONTROL.BY PARTS
NOLENat e 10% DISCOUNT ON ALL
FOUNDATION INVESTMENT
number 600 N.W. 7th Ave. In
the City of Miami, Florida. Intends JULY
to register the and name with COMPANY JUNE Summer Special
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of .
Dade County. Florida.
.
Dated at Miami Florida, this 1208 Ainsley Bldg. CALL OR COME IN TODAY
18th" day of Auvust 1959. '
TRULY NOLEN. Owner
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_ w THE MIAMI TIMES-'The People Newspaper" Memorial Church, Rev. A. Jones,
pastor, is convalescing at home

SEEIN'/ STARS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1959 PAGE 15 of her sister, Mrs., Singleton of,.
Madison st. Mrs. Sharper recently -
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underwent an !operation at
Kendall Hospital. She appreciatesyour
. = - - w w -......- calls and visits. Phone CE
.t- Richmond Flashes
NEW YORK (ONS) Har singles, 'was well received also Heights 5-4686.

ry's doing, it again. Harry Bela- and all the Tympany Five is new HOUSES ROOMS NEEDED
' fcnte never ceases to amaze us- Charlie Rice on drums, Pete -
and this week the managementof Gentry Sy ORA D. TALYORREGISTER ------- If you have a house or a room
on vocals Teddy Bunn on
t' the Palace Theatre and _ _ _ _ to rent please contact CE 5-4246.
Harry'sagents guitar, John Huston on piano and "---"C.- "'- "'- "'- "'- "'- "'- "'- We have calls often for both. Or
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are both tearing their hair Jimmy Mtlbley on bass.
trying to figure where this guy AND VOTE The tary. Donations and services are do you have a house, lot or acre-
will end with the restrictions.He's ;Billy Edkstine goes Latin for 5 ballot is a must for our passageon coming in from many groups for I age yuu wish to sell in South
due to splay the famous' Palace weeks and the Spanish womenare "Freed'Cm Train." The 120,000 which the personnel Is thankful I' Dade or elsewhere? Give us a
In November but wants no. waiting for this handsome Negro of Greater Miami can to each donor: A TV donated by call. Is your home too small or
, matinees and the prices must American ,who's currently enjoy- become a powerful political ma- Nurse, Rosebud Dickinson. A ser- I do you wish to build on your lot
be reasonable . plus this, he Is inij European' successes. Billy is chine to ,bring in people and vice ,was held by Rev. Johnson of or lots? We are at your serviceto
hand-picking the musicians and booked in Venezuela and Rio plans best needed for our city or Coconut Grove on July 7. Donation help you.
cities and county. Too long has $5; clothing by Mrs. Bertha
it'll be a one-man show with doing two shows a night whichis
himself on stage .all of the time. really living lazily to us, and the unconcerned voters stood by Inisrahaon Mrs. Claudia Gilmore
Because of the no-matinee request he's looking forward to much and was cnsoled that the other Mrs Johnson, Mrs. Davis, Mrs.
the agents cannot arriveat fishing and swimming and race will do as they please any Eleanor Cole and Mrs. Isabel!
either a salary or percentageuntil definitely lounging on sun-kissed way. Not so when the ballot is Pearson. Food and vegetables donated -
they 'figure .more" closely beaches cooled by palm trees. properly used in proper numbers.I by Rev. Watson of Goulds.On .
In unity of the vote there is
be made under
what profits can
such restrictions . To top it One thing you cannot take away strength; the strength\ we need to August 16 t 5 par, the
all. Harry has said he doesn'tcare from Arthur Lee Simpkins, he ha malke shand up as men and women Miami Master Singers rendered a
and not be classed as "girl"or Cirogram at the Nursing Home,
to break attendance records talent and much of it . "
-Judy Garland is the all-time Singing in many languages and "iboy. Cltizenshilp and votingare with other groups taking part.
record breaker there Ihe Just making it appealing; to audiences your constitutional rights. If The Morning Star Junior Choir ofPrinceton
they are denied us we clamor for Greater Bethel of
wants all the people possible to who may speak' one one Is an
it; when we get it, we stay on Goulds and Mt. Sinai Baptist
get a chance to hear him.. Oh accomplishment In Itself. And
jdbs or at home on voting daY'S.One Choir (No. 2 of Perrine. Prayer by
Arthur Lee has
yes one last request: he insists on managed to keep
working woman said her Rev. Holloway of Goulds. Donation -
one nl/slht/ off so thafs not his repertoire exciting and (fresh madam told her that she did not $41.79.The ,
full weak of through the s also man-
even a appearances.Cab years. need to vote. It would not do
any
aged to keep himself looking \good. That is false It will do Home wishes to thank
Calloway cones off the young and in tip top shape. Guest- good and everyone has the privilege each participant and giver. Please
In the El Toro this week the Jack Parr continue
road to open new ing on of registering and voting if your support towards
night club on Broadway which TV program gave late viewers a of age. with 'this worthy home. They need
will be re-named the Copper chance to watch his talent as We need to elect proper certain citizenship.people night tables, pillow cases, cloth- 'r
Door and the chorus line !will all otherwise Arthur Lee performs for special jobs instead of having ing for men .and women sleepingand
''Wear red wigs. The managementtried only In elite places for high sal- them appointed. Watch this wearing and invite you to
to get Ellington for an aries and not where poorer peoplecan debate new,: !(going on in Dad o come in to see the well proportioned -
opener but he was available only, hear him. We always admired County. building. The need for A
before Labor Day and they want- him for being on the pedestalbut laundry is urgent. Is there a club,
ed to wait until the crowd gets i- too many times thought i it church or individuals whd will
back from the holidays.( would be better if he 'were closer EXTENDS THANKS- Recently help, ? Location Hairnlin: Drive KILLENS
I CLYDE
to his people and not as aloof: we gave you highlights on the east of Mays Hilgh.
Dot Dandrktee did sucn terrific as he Is.Urania. Lincoln Memorial Nursing Home Proudly presents' hit
business i in Detroit, starring with Goulds, Mrs. Marie Rowe, secre- MODEL HOME OPEN Arm
handsome Curt Jergens in 4TTa- Records has put up an strong Manor open house Sundaywas ONCE A MONTH
mango," they're waiting for agrand album of the late Fletcher Hen- successful. Hundreds of
' New York opening, and derson and his All-Stars with people came and the response :was FLOOR, SHOW
Dotty will play her husband's Rex Stewart on trumpet. Thereare 100 pleasing. We have some lots left
Hollywood restaurant beginning old favorites like "Honey on Lincoln Boulevard and manyon Thurs., Sept. 17
Sept. 9 as a singer. :He's Jack suckle IRose": "King Porter's Coral Reef Drive. Come and FIESTA CLUB
Dennison. Stomp" and many others. Eddlo USED select yours and put in your application -
Heywood to Baker's Keyboard in for a "not better but Title of next show
''Earl Grant back on J a c k Detroit where the best pianists best home." The public is highly
Parr's TV program !by popular all go.Davey. TVsNO pleased with the styling and the "King La BongABoo"and
demand Lloyd Price now has on complete home. NQ down paymentand

album' for BC Paramount called Moore Gets minimum closing. Open evenIngs 'The Dance of the Watiwie!
'Mr. Personality" after his fla-! from 7 to 8. .
mous song hit . The album has Hurry on to the model house Amateur Show
others like 'Time After Time "I $50,000 OfferSan near Fla. Power and Light at Every Tuesday
Only Have Eyes For You" and 107th ave. and 151st st. Phone
wanof his single releases. Francisco (ANP) /MONEYDOWN CE 8-4246; OE 3-971, model Music by
Davey Moore, featherweight home office DIZZY JONES
Eantha Kitt in town for Apollo champion of the world, has been Orchestra
His
And
Theatre week/ date and she's offered a $50,000 guarantee to CONVLESCIN Mrs. Stella]!
fine doing her fabulous Waldorf- defend his title in the Philippines. Sharper, a member of Martin Bobby Marshall, M.C.
Astoria routine but when she
Philippine Vincnte
pets: too hlnfcty for the audience promoter
they let her know it and down S. Umali tpld reporters that he
had made the offer
tease appearing bit when she to Willie 19'1T'
Ketch Moore's EVERYTHING IN
manager.
she comes. She does quite a strip
changes behind a flimsy! screen in Umali predicted that if the
contract were signed, the fight!
a tempting manner.
would draw a crowd of 60,000 at

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audiences love it. His vocalist,
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THE: MIAMI TIMES-'The People1 Newspaper" LADY ADEMOLA HONORED the Order of the British Empire)
by Queen Elizabeth, In recount
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12; 1959.1 tlon of her outstanding contribu
tion to voluntary social servicesIn'
Western Nigeria. She,, Is ,pictured ,
# he thought a circulation of the .outside Buckingham palace
AME ZION .
nation's after attending an' Investltute
membership, throughoutthe
'fl. churches, would prove highly service, displaying her Insignia to
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CHURCH IN . helpful. He' urged an extensive fellow ''compatriot. Lady K. A.
Abayoml, wife of Sir Abayoml'
program for rural drivers..
SAFETY prominent Nigerian physician. -
The committee agreed to fUrnish Vr" ANP photo.SENIOR.
PROGRAM
helpful information on traf-
The ME Zion Church went on fic safety Mr. Barnes agreed-; CITIZENSTO
record here last week to Join the make it available to the mem-
crusade to aid in cutting down bers of the AME Zion Church GET PUBLIC
the traffic toll of the nation.
Alexander Barnes, director of r
public relations and social service Heads Dentists HOUSINGThe
represented the denomination . ;
as the American Bar Association Miami Housing Authority
held a two-day meeting Wednesday approved a 66-unit
with the Presid nt's'Committee ou housing development for aged
Traffic Safety, at Miami Beach. Negroes which will be built in
,:.ki:;< the northwest Sectlos.-
The PR' '''told the lawyers' and ::::i: : .
the committee that his denomination "IJI' Attorney Henry Arrington
was vitally interested in member:of the housing board estimated
halting death on the highway! and ,.,,J; ; 'E: 1. y? the project, to be builtwith
a c federal funds, will
cost be-
the maiming of bodies by auto- f.). ... .. _
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mobiles. He told the meeting that "r. < i .- ;-/.4N'j..., .. Cha>' po- tween $600,000 land $700,000. He
said the site had not yet been'
.};:; ..11f.j< +! Lady A. A. Ademola (left).,wife I eratlon of Nigeria! was recently selected but that It will be near
. \ ; ::\ ': ""'.' 1 of the Chief Justice of the Fed. awarded the M8E (Member of NW 22nd ave. and 70th stSUP

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All graduates of 1949 and 1950
Third AveRealty of the Sunlight School of Beauty

call Culture Sunlight are kindly School requested of Beauty to. BRAND NEW I $495 Down 3-BEDft00fl CIS

Culture, FR 4-9998 and give your v
name (maiden and marriage) I. Only two left of these custom built 3-bedroom CBS homes. City water,
address and phone number, j close ito 163rd St. shopping center. No closing' costs, warranty deed,

please. comfortable living. See 1519 and 1570 N.E. 154th St., (North Miami
The purpose for this 1 is to make a Beach.
plans for a happy class reunionin
742 NW 3rd Ave. November. Act immediately. .
Duplex
Custom Built-Opa Locka -Beauties!
FR 4-3297 NOTICEThe Only $795 Down Only $795 DownSee
1402 NW 56th St. Close to Orchard
Rev Emory Jackson, associate
Lovely area ,of Rainbow Park. Closeto
AND pastor of the Mt. Zion Baptist Villa School. Furnished, city
$ schools and bus 3-bedroom with
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Church Installed the newly
: water, no closing costs, only one pay.
NE 4-0394 elected officers of the BeauticiansUnit built-in oven and range. Large rooms,
No. 42 Sunday,, Aug. 30 on separate utility room. Hurry' ment.
Virginia Beach. B

S. Hutche on, Jr. After the installation membersand '1 u4 1 Only $495 Down Downtown Store Building'
friends were served a de- Only $995 Down
RegisteredReal licious repast after which the i 2-bedroom ,CBS, Opa Locka. Only one Brand new. Terrific location, CBS,
Estate Broker pastor wished for us God speed !l'Ca t; mortgage. .$18.50 week pays all. (See City water good for barber,
grocery
and much success. 2155 NW 152nd St. Close to schools,
B. Pitts is president and E. Fol- 5 i church and bus. store. Only one payment each month.
Jins& reporter. i See 357 NW 22nd lane.

Brand New CBS Homes
at -
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zt t $995 Down Terrific NW''27th Ave. location. Close '
TV SICK ? See 1940, 1946 NW 152nd Terr. Just to Booker Terrace Motel. Owner ill

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lt ti All rear screened in Florida
range.
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\ Nite Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charges S for Liberty City, Opa Locka, Screened in front porch. Close to bus.
_ tdt i Brown Sub. Call us. One mortgage to pay.
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