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37TH YEAR, NO. 4 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1959 PRICE TEN CENTS 16 PAGES ,1




Jackson-Byron 'Lunch Counter Closes




a Rather Than ',Serve Negroes


In four of the past live business -
days the lunch: counter at
Jackson-Byron's, a large Miami
600 Hear Fiery department store, has closed down
completely rather than serve an
integrated group 'who came tor'

MhtA r Leader G eater Miami Committee on,

Boycott Racial Equality sponsors of a
16-day Interracial Action Insti-
tute now taking place in this city
CORE PLANS I has held this series of sit-ins after -
MASS SITINSATURDAY diane stores who refuse to serve determining the policy of the
Negroes seated at the counters has I luncheon counter was clearly
a been planned for Saturday. CORE : discriminatory and after negotiations -
A members and anyone wanting to I with management showedno
More than 600 persons heard take (part will assemble at Bethel : possibilities of a change In
: AME Church at 9:30: Saturday policy.
- .;, .... .. ...... Alabama boycott< leader and fearless
'" "... fighter, Rev. Fred L. morning for briefing Rev T. W.Foste.r Participants' In the sit-in at the

Rho Sigma Chapter of Phi Beta nator, Dillard High; and James'Bryan Shuttlesworth, deliver a fiery address who has a doctorate in luncheon reaction counter' to reported bcTln general customer -
has served director .
at Greater Bethel AMA psychology, as: a
Sigma fraternity held its first science Instructor, Dorsey the insti unsympathetic to managementpolicy
of 16-day leadership
meeting of the year on Saturday, Junior High. Church Thursday as the Congressof
and to
willingness accept
tute. Members of the institute and a
Sept. 12 at which time five new Each of the new Craters have Racial Equality sought sup- non-discriminatory
practical.
pcrt of local citizens In their drive local citizens have been conducting
brothers were welcomed to the been given committee assignments
The at the lunch
seating coun-
sit-ins,for the past two weeks
fold. These new brothers, who commensurate with their neophyte )- against discrimination: with V favorable results ter by an integrated group resulted -
were initiated in the Spring, are status and have expresseda The Birmingham minister Just some, in Its closing Thursday,
all outstanding men of the community desire to participate fully in back from .five weeks in Europe, I Saturday and Monday. On Tuesday -
and are qualfied to be- the four;' point program of the told the CORE, mass meeting that Sept. 15, the uncheon counter t
come. members of the fraternityas fraternity, involving: Culture, the time for action is now. More WOODY CAN SEE did not open at all, apparently
a result of professional background service, education and social ac- than 100 whites were present. Including in anticipation of continued -
and record cf community tions. 'two prominent members Wocdy Blue, 8-year-old boy action by the CORE -group.!
service. Officers of the fraternity re- of the White Citizens Council who The downtown' apartment
The new brothers, left to right elected lor a third term are: Earl sat in the rear and took notes. who dabagcd his eyes with a can stores do a large amount of trade ..
are: John Allen, architect and A. Wells, president; T. Steward All speakers gave the visitors of lye, has recovered his sight. with Negroes but refuse to serve
builder; John Peavy, guidance Greer, vice president; Dr. William plenty to write about as they But his mother Mrs. Thomas them seated at luncheon coun-
chairman, Northwestern Senior A. Chapman ,Jr., treasurer; J. urged Miamians to support CORE ters In these stores. This is the
High School; Lewis Byrd, Vocational Otis Albert i Jr., business man in its use' of non-violence as a W. Blue, said he probably will present target of Miami COREa
I Instructor, Northwestern; ager, Dean, chaplain, and means of combating segregation.A have to wait a year to start efforts to establish !better racial
Lucicus Crawford, DCT coordi- Ellis Adderly, parliamentarian mass onslaught on downtown school.3ft. l relationships' in the community

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SUPREME COURT ,ASKED ., Washington.
I Z Tots Stuck by Auto When the bus made its regular
TO REVIEW 45-minute stqp at the Richmond

CONVICTION OF Terminal, Boynton went Into, the
waiting room along with the'' oth-

An eight-year-old girl and girl dashed Into'the.street In an Police said Larry Japes, II ix, 'HOWARD U. LAW er found{passengers.the small Upon restaurant entering! he
. her younger brother were struck I I attempt to snatch him from the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Jonesof STUDENT crowded serving -
by an auto Wednesday when the path of the approaching car I 2120 NW 02nd st., darted Into Negro passengers wu -
I I and then went into another
WASHINGTON D.C.
The :
the, street front between parkedcars I' atvthe
one at the end waiting;
at NW BId st. near 22nd United States Supreme Court was ,
UNTIL OCTOBER 7 . ave. They said his sister, Willie asked this week to review the arrest room which was practically emp-
Mae ran after Larry to take him and conviction" of a Howard ty.A white waitress Infprmed him
) back to the sidewalk. University Law student for refusing -

tol::i The car, driven by Karl M. terminal to restaurant leave' an Interstate'when he was but and that they advised did not him serve to go Negroes to the-

Orchard Villa : : Zembal I, of 1853 NW Oth St., hit denied. service and ordered out colored restaurant. When Boynton -
Larry, swerved and brushed Willie by the management. I explained that the coleredl
Mae to the ground. The student.. Bruce Boynton restaurant was crowded and that

Larry was admitted to Jackson was arrested .in December, 1058, |I he was an Interstate passenger
Remain Integrated Memorial Hospital with two at the Trailways Bus Terminal and wanted to be served before?
broken ribs Willie Mae was Richmond, Va while enroute to his 'bus departed, the waitress!
treated for 'bruises at the hospitaland his home In Selma, Ala. lie ,called the assistant manager. The
released boarded the Trailway bus in I (Continued on page 9))
The Dade Ccunty School Board capacity school will be made into
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Wednesday postponed action on an All-Negro school to alleviate --
Orchard Villa Elementary, Mi the crowded conditions causing
ami's first integrated school with double sessions at Holmes and a
only 18 students. Liberty City Elementary. a

"- The effect of the postponementis
to preserve the school's pres- PARKER LYNCHEVIDENCE
ent status at least until the next
time the board meets.

_, The next scheduled meeting'
Oct..,'?, one day after a law suit CALLED HEARSAY
eking desegregation of the coun-
ty school system Is to be heard COLUMBIA, Miss. The 374-
by the U.s. Circuit Court ol Ap page FBI report on the Mack
peals. Parker lynching was handed over
_ Speculatkn. nigh that'the 400 to District Attorney Vernon
js
... .is .! Broom but he said It will not be
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-- !read to the grand J Jury.
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I The Pearl River rose-
Fair Play cutor said the report coup only
'be considered hearsay evidence.He .
( said he would notify FBI

for AI'Americans investigators so they can present
testimony If they want to.

Gov. J P; Coleman revealed he
? had turned the report over to
Broom. lie had promised to hand
the file to local authorities before -
1 DETROIT America's. problems the Nov. ,,2 term of Circuit
of integration and discrimination Court In Poplarvllle.

are going to be best solvedin ___ n_._____ r
time on the local level lays .Parker, 23-year-old Negro, was
the chairman Jot' the US. Commission taken from jail April 25 and Fourteen practical nurses graduated ward T Graham, Sidney Beaton Audrey L. Edwards Doric 8.
on Civil Rights.Dr. slain as he awaited trial on a from the Northwestern David Dobbs and Mrs O. Gore.A I Hamilton. Barbara' J. Jones.
Senior .High School last Sundayin social tea 'in the cafetoriina
charge cf raping pregnant
n young Theresa L. Lewis, Mary A. Mat-
John A. Hannah who alsois white mother Feb. 24. exercises held in the school followed the program. I
president of Michigan State auditorium at four o'clock. The Instructors at the school art tox, Jan!. Mae Moore, Mary Z.
University told the Economic Tederal agents turned over Vocational art of the Divisionof Rosetta V. Kershaw, Jetty Pa Pierce, lyanth TL Robinson (rear)
.Club of Detroit that the most their report to Coleman in May. and Adult Educa- pine and Altameie Powell Willie Mae: Ryals Frances Wallace
important question facing the They said they found no violation tion. I Graduates shown in the pictureare and Alberthaon ...
country is "Are we gong to have of federal law. An estimated 40agents Appearing on the program were ; Sarah Louise Brooks Jeth- WI1sozJohz
fair play for,aH AmCiIc t't investigated the lynching Miss Cassandria Hanna, Rev. Ed- I rina Bollard Audrey L. Con, of Miami photo. M ..'.



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Dade PTA Council (c(" Cleveland'sfudgS' Perry fi.ifracfesori .
Talladega Coed Elected ffMiss !irrand treasurer of. the
Behind The Scenes Ellcsj; extends cpn ratula'tlo'rii. toBretty
Adessa ; Brown, TalladegiCollie
of Orchard Villa $ttideri; selected, "JVfcss
America of Elkdom" at 60th Meet Atnericd of Elkdfom" diking:# ,ret
Eleven months Mrs. Ge-
ago cent 60th grand lodge session of
nesta M. Sweeting, past ,presIdent -I the Elks at Atlantic City. Standing -
of the Dade County PTA back of Miss Brown Is P. M.

Council, apointed a committee f. Blair, Montgomery, Ala., businessman -
of which the writer 'was a member who heads the beautyand
headed by Mrs. Bernice : ,
..R, talent pageant. At Immediateleft
Green president of Douglas w't and right of Miss Brown a:'a
Elementary PT to seek relief for ? runner-ups Darlene Nelson, Texas -
overcrowded schools in the Liberty and Marcia Jo :Lawson, district
City area. Below is a copy of Columbia. Other contestants
of the resolution formed by the j left to. right are Emma Mae
committee' and sent to the Dade Lee, Louisiana, Alice Mayhain
County Board of Public Instruction Illinois, Carrie Jones Conn -tic.it: ;
Betty Cameron, Ohio'! BirtreasEchol
: *, Wisconsin and Joan Rud-
The Dade County PTA r-iw, New Jersey! "Miss Tennessee -
Council, Miami, Fla. ," Ida Jones, is not seen, while
Oct. 1. 1958A S. a at upper right Barbara Lyons,
RESOLUTION ,REQUESTING Mississippi: pauses (backstage ad
RELIEF OF OVERCROWDED Coca-Cola representatives Moss

SCHOOLS ATTENDED BY H. Kendrlx, Washington, and
Chris Conner. Philadelphia, serve
NEGRO STUDENTS .: .,. { c .:hnwroa%'' '::1C "Miss Texas' "Miss D.C." and

p3,.. "Miss Wisconsin." The Coca-.
WHEREAS: the Holmes Ele- v fiF vr
mentary School located at 1175 Cola Co., Atlanta, Ca. contributed
NW 67th st is built for approx- A( all trophies for the contest.
o- y:4'a: $ Contest officers seen above. ate
present is accommodating 1,587
innately: 1,000 students and at : ? Sanford B, McKenzie, Tuscaloosa l ,
students!, which *si causing the 7 Ala and, right O. T. Davis, Atlantic .
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school to have doulble' sessions : ---- City.

In the first and second grade _
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WHEREAS, children attending -
Holmes Elementary School::
live from as far away at Northwest
55th Street between 13th
'arid 14th avenues, crossing the '

busy 62nd street; and, / J ,
WHEREAS, The Liberty City I i;

Elementary School at 1855 N.W. >: E E55b
71st street is built for approxi- iV 55

mately 1,000 students and at k 4 SS .4 y3v
present is accommodating' 1,450
students, which is causing the
school to have double sessions in
the first and second grades; and, ; S.
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WHEREAS, chlldlren are attending -
the Liberty City Elementary ',

: School from as faraway r,' ;
as from 55th Street between -
14th and, 17th avenues ) y
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traveling down 17th ave. ana
crossing at 62nd street; and,

WHEREAS, the students in
the double session grades do not j I
have the opportunity to take ?
advantage of a full day's educa-
tion; andWHEREAS I

Orchard, Villa aj:
which was built for 400 pulpils' R ': .
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has an enrollment of only 220 i 9't"' Y 'S S Lek+:' ;; -

students because of the great !
exodus qf( Its pupil population I|
to. other. sections. of the county;
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NOW, THEREFORE Be it resolved ;? kr
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,by the Dade County PTA '
Council. : I

Section 1. That the Dad e --
County. Board of Public Instruc- I
tion should. grant relief for THE MIAMI TIMES-."The People. Newspaper" the many activities currently
these situations by permitting available, at the evening high
students living south of North- PAGE 2 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1959 school. Have you devoted any FOR SALE
west 62nd street and north of. thought to your own sell improvement
Northwest 55th Street, who are, ? Remember: Adult BY SUMMONSBeautiful

attending the Liberty City and 'BETHUNE ELEMENTARY and live happy each day at education doesn't cost it pays 2-bedroom home at
Holmes Elementary Schools to I I school. 3270 NW Slat terr. Full price
enroll} in Orchard Villa Elementary iBethune opened;: its preplanning .
W. C. Cogdell, (principalJ. Northwestern PTAThe $7,950. First down. payment $750.
School. period for the school' term
I A.
I Crosby .
with bright-eyed and reporter Monthly payment $90. Now open
Section 2. That reply concern- many for inspection. For this special 1.
teachers.W.
meeting of
Northwestern
ing action taken be made to the eager call HI 4-2448 -
NHS Evening High PTA day or night
Dade County PTA Council at the C Cogdell addressed >the will be held Monday, Sept.
regular monthly meeting which faculty"and introduced new School News 21 at 8 pan in the school audi i 3781. Grand Avenue
members of the Bethune family torium. Parents: and friends are
will be held
at Holmes Elementary
Phone HI
Joining us this year are Mrs. urged to. attend. 4.2448
8 School on Nov. 21, 1958 at Gwendolyn' Welters, :formerly of Many useful and interesting Anthony L. Simons, prescide,.
pin Douglas Elementary; Mrs. Myr- I things are learned by students at Anhtony Simons, president -
Section 3. And, resepectfullyurge tis Thomas, Florida A and M, Northwestern's Adult evening di- Samuel O. Cohen, principal I Advertise It Pays!
that this request be given and Willie Wright, who. has vision. The department of English I
favorable consideration immedi demonstrates - - .1-_
taught in Tarpon Springs for the clearly how such ']
ately. past two years. Welcome to. our learning takes place, First, how-
Very respectfully yours, family. ever, a word about 'personnel in '
The Dade County PTA Council Sharing summer experiences the department. Each instructor PIANO SICK?
(Mrs. Genesta M. has earned the basic
) Sweeting, were Frank Woodard' who recently (baccalau- P
president earned the M. A degreeat reate) degree; and, in addition,
(Mrs.) )Bernice Greene, Indiana University. Also attending had earned the masters degree in SEE WM. PINDER Sr. I
publicity chairmanThe Indiana University was English. This means that the stu- lJ
dents are 'presented with the FOR PROFESSIONAL A
Dade our curriculum assistant, Mrs. PIANO
County Council '
most acceptable type of
M. R. Edge. Columbia University instruction I
!
the PTA AND
opened ORGAN
officially SERVICES
year Mesdames N, Symonette, G, which can be obtained. N
by entertaining the principals of Welters and Miss N. ,Barr Fla. Most of the Instructors have had '
the. 28 schools in Dade i ; 0
County at
additional post-graduate 1935
N.W.
Mesdames study 153rd St.
its annual luncheon on. August .A&M, M. Hopkins C ,
Hammond, E. Espy and Miss J. which places the in an area with SERVICE
26 Mrs. Genesta M.
Sweeting Spence specialists in their field. MU 8.3770
outgoing* president, explained the .
Our Classroom: experiences
aregeared
areas of studyf for the
8-point program handed down by to ,
serve students cxf
1. Teacher-Teacher
year are: l ,
the National Congress of Colored 333
widely diversified
Relation; 2. Teacher-'Pu'Pi1' Relation academic
Parents and Teachers
via the bacl? rounds. Grammar the
,
3. mechanics
I ;; Pupil-Pupil Relation -
State' and District Associations.
and 4. Discipline. ctf. language Is taughton
, The Council will meet at the several levels.
Phyllis Wheatley Elementary The first assembly was held include the Teaching use of text devices Miami Co.
School Friday, September 26 at last Thursday with the (principal < bocks, work-books, recitation, Beauty Supply
8 pjfi All Dade County PTA in charge. He welcomed all oral and non-oral reading com-
former students baCk with
presidents, principals andl) a
orrepresentatives
position, and audio-visual .
aids. Ask
special welcome to Miami Salesman about
your
Beauty
and other. mem- our newcomers An interesting and Supply our
bers are urged to be present. the first graders who. program stimulates avtivitypacked the stu-. I Weekly Special
Business 'of vital is are now quite busy adjusting
importance: dent
to
accomplish his
goal
themselves to school life. THIS
WEEK'S
SPECIAL
to be discussed. ily and quickly provided eas-t
Emma Sweeting president The first PTA was held Tues- sale
( willing to apply hlmsalf. .
Anthony. L. Simons, day night which gave all parents ,
beautifully
the opportunity of meeting their appointed library with 'price price

pubiclty chairman children's teachers. vides its thousands of volumes. pro- I 17% oz. Naturalizer .........-....... $4.00 $3.00'
a great wealth of !
'For The Highest in Don't forget patrons, our materials as well as a wondrous resource 6 of Ebonnire C.C. .............t.......... 1.50 1.00

doors are always open. Come store of materials for pleasure Qt. Posner Oil Shampoo ......;....;... 1.00 .75
COSMETICSCall out to our assemblies on Thurs reading. The head librarian Is'' 1 lb. Nutrene Creme .75
day mornings at 8:30: am. PTA Shampoo .... . 1.25 -
gracious and
YUkon 3-5681 meetings are held every third amowj the most helpful highly; and trained ranks II oz. Pink Fantasy Spray net .......1.00 2 for 1.50

U8A NDR") Tuesday night in each month at in the area Advanced English I, Pt 20 Vol Peroxide, 3 for ..... ....,;... 1.00 4 for 1.00
8 in the cafetorlum.
pJTi.
Also ,Thought for the week: All and students composition concentrates writing and on theme'read- 1 lb. Working Oil ....." ,.................... 1.00 .75
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Miami Times Newspaper become children a want part to of belong the group and ing l.gts.the A? thorough classic writings as this field of the ofi. 6500 N.W. 15th Ave. OX 1-0692

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L , Holy Redeemer THE MIAMI TIMES.-'"Th People. Newspaper", t


Between The Lines.] Enrollment More SATURDAY SEPTEMBER ,19, 1959 PAGE 3 J Jf

Than 60% Non- f

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than 60% of the enrollment -
SHOW KHRUSCHEV-NEGRO at Holy Redeemer Catholic -
ATLANTA School is non-Catholic. The
enrollment:: is 404 256 being
There are two pressing quo NonCatholic.Beliag .
tions for the higher-ups of the a parochial. school religion -
nation, namely, what kind of welcome is taught to all students.It .
to give Khrushchev and is evident that' parents are
what to show him? ginning to thlnlk more; along
this line because a religious ,
Some suggest we accord him a background is foremost in the I
lulke-warm welcome only. This lives of all people L
writer cannot see the wisdom of
Inviting .a' guest and offering a The Holy Redeemer School's .
lukewarm .welcome. It would curriculum Is based on! five j
seem the height of folly to give basic principles: First:' The right
Khrushchev. any but a' "rousingwelcome" I of the child to receive educationand ,
'as we are accustomed Mf the correlative duty of pro- .
to give to foreign dignitaries. We viding it are established on the
welcome him not as a dictator fact that man has a soul created) I
but 'as the leader of the great 4 hili Gordon B. Hancock by .God and endowed with capacities -
Russian! people, who are the same which need to' be de
now as they were when they were Morris veloped, for the good of the Individual -
mon seminary Brown
our ccmradei In arms. and the good of society L4
University and Morehouse Col-
Second: Since the chid is endowed _
lege. rehouse is the mother of
It would
amount to nations with (physical, intellectual y
college presidents with of
rudeness for us to pout"( beforeour one and moral capacities, all these
Invited guest. If we were not her sons !president of Howard U., must be developed harmonhis-
willing to give him a great welcome the capstone cf Negro education, ly. Third: Since the duties we t
he should not have been and our only honesMogoodnessNegro owe our Creator take prece-
invited .in the first ,place. For us university dence of all other duties, moral
to accord him less than our usual Then there is Morris Brown, training must accord the first ft Isj
"rousing welcome" would be beneath founded and supported by the place to religion' that Is, to the .
the dignity of our great AME Church, a church of Ne- knowledge of God and His law
country. The Russians have Justas groes, by Negroes and hithertofor and must cultivate a spirit of ,.
much right to their Khrushchev -I Negroes. Morris Brown rep- obedience to His commands.
as we have for our (great i repesents the finest expression of I Fourth: Moral and religious
Eisenhower. The luke-warm welcome the self-help impulses of 'the Ne- : training is most efficient whenit
suggested in scene quarters' gro race. ,''i5'J-oLnetf: witlndnstructijon in
is strictly out. of order, 'I other kids of knpwledfle. es-
i All of the other schools of this knowledge.Fifth .
The second question as to what, fine educational center were : Moralacademic \
to show the Russian dictator is I founded and for the most part Fifth: An education that unites
highly important. If we Just mean I financed by philanthropic whitesof intellectual, moral, physical,
to show a :few things as a kindof Christian persuasion, but Mor- social and religious elements is In Fine ,Whiskey. . J JFLEICHMANN'S '
window dressing, there are ris Brown alone gets' its major the best training for citizenship.The "
many wonders to be found in this financial sustenance from Negroes -
great nation of ours. But a nation A miracle of the Negroes' school faculty is dedi- 1
is more than its natural wonders self-help], aspirations. What Mor- cated to training young minds
and technical achievements of ris is doing today the Negro race both spiritually, morally and
which we abundantly boast and will have to do tomorrow, if our schdlastically. Catholic schools is the BIG !
with a pardonable pride. The real highest intellectual ambitions are are established and maifttaised buy
boast of a nation is in the scdal, to be achieved.Let with any idea of holding our ..TWIN... fU6t Ii .?,,'
moral and cultural achievements children! apart from the general M ANN I
of its people.' This then raises the Khrushchev see the housIng body and spirit of American citizenship -
question cf where we shall turn -of Atlanta Negroes. In all our They are simply the 90 PROOF
to find the greatest evidences of great cities, the Negroes have concrete form in which, the is why !
this nation's ,greatness taken over the housing leavings rights and duties of free citizens
cf the 'whites; in Alt tnaaNgorees are taught to be respected. i
When it comes to the highest of the white; In Atlanta, Negroes
BLENDED WHISKEY 00 PROOF 68% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS
exemplification cf the possibilities have built miles and miles of the
THE FLEISOHMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY
and,
potentialities of democracy finest ranch-type housing to be I
'we would turn, to the ,Ne- found in this country. Just as Register Today! I
groes cf' this country and, If we Morris Brown was built by Ne- 1
would see the Negroes of this groes themselves so the Atlanta
country at their very best we NofTo's fine housing was built by
would be compelled to turn to Negroes themselves.
the Negroes of Atlanta. Here In For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-CallBONDED I
the hearts of the South where lilt we would show Whrushchev ,
segregation has operated with its something to write home about,
greatest severity, we find Negroes show him Negro Atlanta
rising to great heights In ways I COLLECTION

that show democracy's possibilitiesin I EXCUSE, PLEASE I
Mite of its shortcomings. And
ndbo/bdy/ can deny that democracy In our personal mention column
has some serious defects, but the last week we insisted on sending
Atlanta Negro shows its great Phyllis Peterson and sister De- ,
possibilities. lores to Morehouse College, an AGENCY Inc.
all boys school. The sisters are
Let us show Khruschev Negro attending Morris Brown Univer- ,
Atlanta, with its Atlanta Life Insurance sity, a co-educational school in
built by Negroes who Atlanta. Sorry girls! '
gave the He to the prachments of "Bonded' leader U sincerely interestedin _
white insurance companies that the progress of this community. He ir
the Negro is a 'bad Insurance risk. Join The NAACP
Here is a great pioneer organization also interested in its youths', adults' the ;

of Negroes, by Negroes and _. handicapped, its civic, political, religious,
hitherto for Najroes. health and educational. success. .

Then there is the great Negro LOTS FOR SALE
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bank with assets running into the Corner 160 120 Courteous service is the watch-word at-
millions, a monument to the Ne- x Bonded. Its tenants are its first concern. ,

gro's faith. in' democracy and in Build on your lot Come to Bonded for your housing needs, '
hinvelf. Let Mr. Khrushchev
see
the Southern Regional council, an or mine furnished or unfurnished apartments. It is .' _.
organization founded by South- prepared, to serve you ,iNOW."-Lockhart. CHARLES A. LOCKHARTDlr.
We take
whites care of financing / .
ern and Negroes who had Tenant vlanager Relations
faith in the possibilities of Interracial -
cooperation, the finest organization NO MONEY DOWN MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

worJd. Interested of its individuals kind in and the Cash paid. for your loU or 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND

foundations have invested more homeSEYMOUR BROWARD COUNTIES
than a million dollars In its program ,
and its possibilities.By BARON .

all means have Mr. Khrushchev JE 8-1340 '
'see the world's finest cen-
ter of education for Negroes with Licensed and 'Insured Builder I
its Atlanta university, its Clarkcollege
Spellman College, Gam- ,

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STAR MEAT MARKET 12 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS .1. \ ,

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tit' :' r' ".''CREDO OF TUB NEGRO PRESS"'I1th'NEGRo

; PRESS; believes that America can best lead, the world,
from racial and national antagonisms when it accords to every man
fegardless of race color or creed, his human,and legal rights. Hating
DO.rOG), fearing no nuin-the Negro Press strives to help every man The Greater Miami Urban League Guild really did
in the firm belief that all men are hurt an long as anyone Is heldback if up on its third annual GuIld-O-Ret Cocktail Party:; witha

> packed house and a swell show plus dancing.

Top photo shows members of the Guild under the 0
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YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKRUSSIA'S leadership of the president, Mrs. Maude K. Reid, and vice

LEADER VISITS president, Mrs. Doris Yaeger; 2nd row -are; the glamorous
Guild Chorettes who brought the house down with their
in of the
This week will be recorded history as one
interpretations of the Hawaiian hula ; 2nd row right are
most important during the last century.
the laugh provoking comic team of "Happy and Slappy"
in
Russia has been successful according to reports,
whoin real life are local school teachers, Hank Bell and
wonderful
placing her "hammer and sickle on the moon. A I
accomplishment.Then . Rudolph Adams; 2nd row left, Jim Reid, emceed the show, ,

for-the first time.the'le' der of Communist Russia I

with his wife and children and his official staff make I

an official visit; to these United States.
Nikita Khrushchev received a hearty welcome from

President Eisenhower, also. the, 21-gun salute given the -

heads of nations.. ,-

I Thousands lined the streets. to get 'glimpse of this :
great Communist leadert Some cheered, some booed some 5'

were silent. Others held services and prayed ,that peace .

might come to the world. JIM REID, M.C.
:; His coming might be the means of bringing about _.. __ : : ". "

peace to this troubled! world. JUST BRO SINr;:
': Khrushchev is* being royally entertained. He has en-
By PAUL R. HENRY
tertainqd at the Russian Embassy. has made interesting .
-- >- -w,, ->
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;speeches, he, has met, the press and he is being shown '!-'i.i- Jffl":
At last will 'be
there
som3jal 1
some 'of'our: big' cities.. He will see mUlch before he leaves, Q repairing done to the -streefsta

\ Khrushchev ,will have secret talks with President Liberty City, Well it's about
Eisenhower, before, he returns home. He is a pretty good timer Give it to us;' We know we
will have to pay for1 it. Isn't1;U
speaker and he 'pulls no punches.
better to have it done properly
; Even 'if his visit doear not bring us immediate peace- ___..n_____. ___._' Y %W.f.Iz .) once and for all instead of filling
fufresults; ,he; will know this country better, ':and that GUILD CHORETTES"HAPPY I In with black asphalt ''after., every'
should be helpful. heavy .rain? '..%
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p *' ,,* CUT OUT'THE BIBLE Hurricanes Stressing day appointed Senator sloe Eaton

[ In':'Philadelphia on Wednesday a special court of PuntingThe of Miami to a Circuit, Court
three state law that provid judgeship He fills' 'the'vacancy
; judges held that 10-year-old caused
punting game, which has by the un-expired'tereh'of
ed'for reading of,the Bible and the compulsory recitationof been none too strong at the University Judge Vincent C. -Glblin whose
.the Lord's prayer'was" illegal. They said it, violated the of Miami' for the past two resignation becomes effective on
campaigns, is receiving a first Sept 30. >
first and :fourteenth Amendments to the United States ,
class going over this fall as Andy
Constitution.. a ,' Gustafson is pressing hard to (put City Commissioners on Wednesday -
The special court was composed of Chief Judge John "more !foot" into the Hurricane approved three charier
Biggs Jr., of ,the Third U.S. Circuit and District Judges football. amendments to be voted on 'Nover.nber -
Four Stan Markowskl 24.
men ,
,
William, H.'Kilpatrick and, C. William Kraft Jr. Fran Curd, Theron Mitchell and They are election of city cca-
We need more Bible reading and prayers in our J the Hawaiian kicker, Alder Her- missioners at large, instead of in.
schools, not I less. ter are being worked in as "groups" as at present with ''fouryear -
punters and are spending extra. terms going! to the two with
time each day in addition to their the highest votes and two-year.
Dade .County has had integrated; schools for two regular drills to try to bring about term to the third man.
weeks, and things are going on smoothly. better punting in the UM foot The other commissioners will

At 'the Orchard Villa Elementary School in Floral ball camp. for select the mayor who will setter.
Right now, .Markowski Is the one year.
T Park there are still only 18 students, 14 white and four most consistent long kicker In the The amendment will go into' effect -
colored. This school can accommodate over 400. We understand gany. Stan came along fast at the in 1961. a
there are 100 or more applicants on file for climax of last season and did most Give permission for commissioners -
of the ; In the Florida to for
ffunting and I run some other office -
transfer to this school. ,
Oregon games/Miami's best games while still serving as com-
Liberty City Elementary and Holmes Elementary are, last fall. He has improved scene missioners. ,>
overcrowded and are running double sessions. this fall, but Guftason reports Elimination of the- present fiV -
The Airbase school at Naranja has 21 colored children that he's looking for still better year docks time Mmit< on lease of city
punting from
the Dillonvale Ohio or port facilities.
They live at the base where there is no segregation.The fullback

Dade County School Board last Wednesday post- __no____...____t'kt' __9".n--__ __ will In have the not distant future Well
phoned considering the problem at Orchard.Villa until a'Junior college in Dade
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County Now that's'YourBto'wset's
October. Certainly the board cannot keep ine school n AND 8LAPPY'NAACP TOOTH prediction.; -

,open with 18' students. If 'there are no more whites com to Meet ACHE tt tatela/e, reta1NMee frog
ing, the logical thing to do. is to admit colored students. rod ire orate sited e From the big :football'tsarae-the-
t A general membership meeting /eelt retev11a United Fund, will receive about
| Dade'' County has' made, av beginning. It would. b, of the! Miami Branch NAACP air OAA Jtt $1 ),00&( : ,| WbyVUjxJe J Sam. ofmore
harmful for any turning back. will be held at the NAACP office fw felt e+fea than that. '' '* J Jf
*, Let us hope everything will work out satisfactorily 809 NW 3rd ate:,, Thursday, Set>t. ors wiitf. hat ORA-JEL .- .

.. There is also a suit against the school board in the 24 at 8 pjm. Eddie In Portland Machen on, Wednesday fourth ranking night

Circuit Court of Appeals. Five colored students have applied heavyweight, won a unanimous
for admission to white senior high schools decision over Willie, Besmanoft oi
Milwaukee in their 10-round
DUPLEXBUILDER'S bout. This was 'Machen'* sixth

straight victory.

FOR RENT SACRIFICE Baseball: What a close,race In
I the National League. At this
BEDROOMS EACH APARTMENT scribbling the'! San Franciaai Giants -
9-ROOM HOUSE, WITJi 3 COTTAGES ,, shutout by the Milwaukee
800 N.W. 69th STREET Braves on Wednesday night, still
PARTLY FURNISHED lead by one game. So watch Mil
CORNER-800 N.W. waukee. Then comes the (my)
LOCATED AT 520 N.W. 7th STREET 60th St..',& 8th Ave. L. A. Dodgers Just 1} games behind -
Either of these clubs could
FOR THIS SPECIAL SEE GLEICHER win the pennant
CONST.: 'CO. .It's not so thrilling with the
SUMMONS HI 4-2448 or HI ,6-0173 'American League. K Chicago
WI 5-1512 UN&0071; keeps going with a. 5% game
, bulge she- will be the winner.
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; : SLUM CONDITIONS THE MIAvfr!
:.t R J Ghetto-type living, crowded SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19,,, 1959 PAGE 5ppa "
Jttig dd's ( living conditions and below stand ,--::
Iji .**..**. .t* \, >y' . ard housing 1 Is": not, only a problem ., ., "
lj "\ ,,.,f,!j < .. : f t' '" ., In btj>! Northern, cities, We : have Alpha' Pal .. SPECIAL PURCHASE '1'
f' y / ; RUr'titP: !. RRV! \;;.. -. :f,,' It ,hereJ in the South also, But segregation .-

,. .;.,,. 1''; t.. ', ;,.! -.;-,-. .. ',., ... ...-...... .... -' : adds fuel to the already &niereIidar' ; ,4 .22 Cal. ReVolverX" << ; -
< / J ', '- ' ".. burning fire ti tenement living.It "J.;.......'
) .t. saw $ 'ier'ti>;'Jt dd ass,, 'TVirOgram. <,ing ;class at our', hhgh school sev Is a vicious circle in the South. \
.' last SuOda otningcalled eral' years, ago, and lone, of the The segregationist keeps the Ne- On Saturday evening Sept. 12, ,
: ..Harlem.. it an.y..__'gation-- popular and competent doctors in gro in his "iplace" usually over I the.'steeHnt; 'oCSJirnmitte' alpnr '\ I-
::'}ists or od-Une'Southerners abo' our community was a Negro and the tracks in the worst part of i with the' Budget 'Cottknitle. .' of!
'saw.this program" .it would[have most of 'his patients were white. town burdens him with high! Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity Miami
fgiveri them great'Comfort, I'U1ln rents, sub-standard streets, light- alumni chapter, 'met a.t the r
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(because on the 'face. of: it,.:It ap. GHETTO; LIVING Ing, sanitation and inadequate Carver branch YMgA; ..
:peared that Negroes diacrimC- '' recreational facilities. And then, \
are
uhdry lines or 'sections of "
The meeting was:,.ttesigned. Ito
nated against up.North j-ast asitnucji country do not necessarily mean seeing the Negro in his wretchedand
down South. We miserable surroundings, this complete the calendar/ events ,
at they are that prejudice and bigotry are *
fcannot dismiss' Harlem, the same segregationist says, 'They for the year 1959-60: This year
$13.95
or. confined within their borders. I render I
,problems of Negroes in the'.Nortbjas think some people will be prejudiced like to live that way. They don't the fraternity hotM3\to ,
4fcTV want else. I know Ne- ReUiJAUs, Civic and,Social functions revolver ,/
-easily, however as.seeing wherever they live. Ig- anything Precision mad 6 shot' /
t ..program: .amdr saying ;to our. .!,\\oran<:e and lack of understanding groes." to. the comm n1ti. by Europe's finest gunimlth*.-Woverall
tsehres, Thai'1$ 'the way li"Ls, ?Je- will breed bigotry anywhere. We know that the attitudes and I Brothers attending ,the meeting} length. 'Polished .fete* I
'gr oesare really, treated Just the I believe the so-called ]Neiaro thinking habits of segregationist were: steel REAL. ''NOT A BLANK.
*same' In the North as in the,South problems in the North are mainly are due in large part to lack of Frank E. Jones, Frank L. ,Wood- fires .22 Cal. short ammo. Side
Why all this fuss) about 'segregation caused by ghetto living, crowded knowledge and education. Educa- ard, Henry W. Daniels, Walter gate loading. screw.In ejector rod% ,I
?"- tenements, children forced to tion can teach him understandingof I Anders, J. E. Hart, Homer Ideal for pllnklng* target' ,pr* >.
THE NORTH play in crowded streets, poor others, of himself, of his relation Thompson, C. Sullivan Culver, tlce or protection. 10.day' money
Any intelligent ,person would be sanitation and garbage disposaland to the area in which he Alonzo A. Fannin, Kelly' C, Wilson back guarantee. Only 113.98. I
the first' to admit that conditions lack of proper recreation fa- lives and his responsibility toward Oscar Edwards, George H COD's require $5.00 deposit
for Negroes lathe North are not cilities. Many people j jammed together I his fellow citizens in a de- I Green, Ivan McCaskill, Samuel O. Shipped FOB Chicago, express l
perfect; TiKrew some discrimination in small areas with in big mccracy. The education of those I Rogers, Caleb Crosby.Congratulations charges collect. Send cash, check
and prejudice, yes; but 'itis. cities in the North, as in Harlem, Northerners who are apathetic to I I to Brothers or money order to c
: for instance, create the back- their civic responsibility will help f
not
the all-enveloping, smothering Import Associates and Co.
I
Kelly C. Wilson and Frank L.
solve The edu-
ground that breeds potential b&i city problems.
curtain of bigotry and
preJudice trouble the' trouble that ghetto ucation of segregationists in the Woodard on receiving: their mas- Chicago 6, Illinois ,!
one (finds in Mississippi,
for living anywhere creates. South who are prejudiced against ters degrees this past summer. Dept. 'DD 93 33 W. Harrison.
instance. I think perhaps the I
American citizens will help
Negro
main difference is that Negroesin I
the' North are'largely treatedas However, it is not the customor solve the pressing problem of desegregation j jI jt
in the South.
people. In the South we know the tradition for people in the
.'It 'fe another story. North to uphold segregation. The
T :J have lived both above and very air in the North is I Dance to Benefit I
tfetlow the Mason and Dixon's I different, for it was this same
'
Wine*; In the ;up-state New Vork1NTity climate that fostered the UnderprivilegedChildren
,
where I pent many years; Abolitionist Movement and nurtured J\ ,,o t, c
8
tyfor 'instance. I remember' there Abraham Lincoln and saw ;
/was no."colored'?. section. Negroes I the beginnings of the NAACP.\ The Committee for Underprivileged
i f&ttehded school with me, went tQ) There is not the consistent historyof Children is sponsoring 0
$\hej same ,church ',I did, a4e with lynchings. acts of violence, special !benefit Gingham Dress
Jos. at church :suPPers; were rnoiriNJt denial of voting rifhbs' or segregation Dance and !Show on next !Tuesday Y
rs of., the police force; of the }In education, that have night, Sept. 24 at 10 o'clock at I' .
ftbUy; I remember also that 'a 'ire? found such easy breeding groundsfor the Fiesta Club, 642 NW 2nd ave t a.M i t lt ,
vlgro. ,vwas. president of the: gradual years in the South., Purpose of the affair is to raise "R14atr"i +
funds to buy Christmas presentsfor .t
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I in the Dade County area, whit wl 1 11.1
otherwise would 'have no chee: s t
New ,Policy Makes for at Christmas time.
Door prizes will Ibe given and o
I aarkllng floor show will also be I

presented during the evening. I ,t i
Admission is $1.00 and tickets are
Better Classic ,ParadeThe
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.: now on sale at North's Travel
.Bureau, 1104 NW 3rd ave.
All coonml1'nitY-<< \laded persons
.. Orange Blossom Classlo'Parade ALL FLOATS BE who 'would like to help the under
,will be, held this year at
privileged children .
enjoy a Merry
12:30,, PROPERLY DECORATEDAll ,
p.m. .on Saturday, Dec. 6. Christmas, are urged to attend .
'T'hai, parade will! form .t |its usualplace : I
this affair, enjoy an evening oi j srk.
floats that participate In the i
,- along NW 0th ave from
fine entertainment and at the
parade mutt be completely covered u"tr
,11th terr. to 14th st.,*and on 14th
time contribute most
same to a
,
with. attractive. decorationand
si. up to fifth, ave. The first unit worthy ( ,
In,:the parade ,will move off from mutt represent a worthwhile cause. 4 / I
Sandy is chairman of the
addition to the parade., Groups,
Oreen
,
,14th st. and 5th av. The parade
organizations else who ; ott J. Pieze is secretary ,
Or anyone
same
i will coverthe rout M last
desire to enter a float In the pa* Charles C. North, treasurer RfL
yearyeast ,14th st to 3rd
y on and Arthur Williams, business i
rade. are urged to contact., the
av., south on 3rd ave to 0th St.,
.' Chief Marshall ae soon ae poe* manager.
east on 6th st. to 2nd ave., north
elble In order to learn the details.
on.i2nd to 11th terr, east on 11th.
terr. to first place, north on first: on decoration, and other require. CARD OF THANKS ,\
place to 14th st, west on 14th to I mente for entering a float In the \
0th ave, south ,on ave. to Booker. ; .parade this year. Mrs Pleasant Strapp wishes to
.T;, Washlngun High School where I This year, the sponsors are en. express her deepest appreciationto I
,the parade will disband. deavorlng to make the Classic her many relative and friendsfor
parade a bigger and much better their many prayers and .(
ALL FLOATS AND OTHER. parade than was the case lilt thoughtfulness during her recent In Fine Whiskey. =',J
UNITSMUST ,BE year and other year In the past illness. A very aecial thanks to
:CONFIRMED BY NOV. 14 All rules will be strictly enforced Father Clarke of the Church of
}. i and unleee your foat| meets the Incarnation, to the employeesat FLEISCHMANN'SistheBl6buy
All floats and other units whose the minimum standard It will not Grable/ Bakery and the employee -
sponsors desire to have partlel I be permitted to participate In the and staff at Mercy Hospital -
,'pants In the parade, must receive ] parade. Kindly take due notice May God bless each and :
,permission and be officially eon and prepare In time. everyone of you.TV ",
firmed by the Chief Parade Marshall I .
Elliott J. Plezs at.the officeof ,I
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the Miami Times, 1112 NW *
3rd ave., phone FR 3.223-"ot' .
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later than Nov. 14 In order for REPAIRS is why '
that unit or those units to parti
clpate In the parade. This rule I ,

will be strictly enforced. Interest* BLENDED WHI8KBY 90 PROOF' 0C* GRAIN NKUTftM. S| |*|T0
confirm sd groups their.or units organization and receive may 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.-Sunday 10 to 3 THE flflBCHMANN OI8TILUNO CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY,

... their permission to participate In NO SERVICE CHARGEIf t
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NEW: YORK CITY (CNS) head:: St. entrance for whites. He Commission the National has been Association"welcomed"by for General to initiate to desegregate need for more and better
Della Reese and the Blues . claims the Negrces sat and saw the Advancement of Colored schools. housing for, low and middle income -
We still don't know whether we the picture backwards but they I People as "an important advancein Ever under the proposal (endorsed minority group families.
really liked the way Miss Reese "laughed and seemed to like' the the continuing efforts to extend by the three northern However, Mr. Wilkins noted,
handlees the blues but we can 5 ow." the frontiers of freedom." members of the Commission and "there is need also for the 11m i-
say this much for her she sure opposed by the three southerners) nation cf ethnic ghettoes which
tried . Belting them out In Owner Ray Shaw. and manager In a statement on Sept. 8, to withhold federal aid from institutions breed prejudice and intolerance.
oldtime styles, Della has that Bdb Blick were busy paisting all NAACP executive secretary Roy of higher learning which The Commission's recommendation -
husky voice which carries the the doors copper themselves for i i Wilkins said that the Commis bar Negro students, segregated for presidentlltl'action
message well as in such as "Good their grand: opening this week. 'sion's, recommendation for tho elementary and secondary schools" I to secure -
Morning iHeartache" a favoriteof Formerly called El Toro, where the appointment of federal regis- could contnue to receive financial I equal opportunity in hous-
Billie Holiday and St. they had imported: authentic trars to replace: prejudiced state assistance from the federal ing could contribute significantly
James Imfirmiry. Mexican and Spanish dishes, sil-I off'cials who refuse to register ernment" Mr. Wilkins pointedout. gov- : to the establishment of freedomof
The occasion was !"A Portraitof ver and decorations it's now' Negroes is particularly signifi-. residence for all Americans."
Della Reese" televised for called The Copper Door and it's cant. -
one hour and the background strictly Harlem on Broadway . I If acted upon, Mr. Wilkins as-I
was like in a ,basement club bjt: done up in elegant style. Cab serted this recommendation "may
the kind where knock twice Calloway headlines the \first show the to
you provide answer present w Your Watch Cleaned Oiled Adjusted
,,
where sifts through the with a line of 10 beautiful girls'bringing which
railings- and jazz comes up to the back the ole Club days !' vexing registration' exasions of Negro through voters is Guaranteed ............................ .. $4.75

. interested once again The Copper Dooris
street minimum
was seated small around} tables group and right in the center of town: kept areas cf at the the South. This proposal In some TV's ....................................k.- $10 Down

Della seemed to change her out- 51st and Broad way dElla should be immediately implemented ? Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radios
fits for every song which was in order to assure southern
well dotted with commercials. Fitzgerald at the Apollo Negroes the right to vote in the Guaranteed Watches... from $8.95
with her Jazz at the Philharmonic -
presidential and congressional .
About the bit did not
only we DAVID JEWELERS
concert and she's got the elections next year"
relish was when Della was joinedby
who whole gang Roy Eldridge, Oscar 4 w, +rf# 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522
a group of 'choir singers" Petersos, Sonhy Stitt and The housing and education
while looking angelic, were Terry Gibbs . Red Nicols has decommendations of the Commis-
swingng it too loudly . Their made a grand comeback to the son, the NAACP leader said, "are
costumes; shimmery sequins, musical. world and he can helpful and an advance over
spoiled the church-like effect and thank his good friend Louis Armstrong present practices although they
when Della joined them for a for helping . Ever since do not go far enough. While
closing number 'When The Saints Lcuie starred in the picture about recognizing the validity of the For FREE Pick-up and
Come Marching In," we thoughtthe Red "The Five Pennies" it's Supreme Court rulings< in the Delivery Service on
TV would Just about break. been clear sailing for the !igreat school segregation cases and call- Prescriptions
former star. Which all proves ing for compliance, the Commla-
Dot Dandridge, whose new hus- the public wnl certainly forget"ou scn proposed no "effective gov-
basd, .Jack Dennison, has been when v-ir name isn't up SERVICE
managing her, now will wave under there in lights. - - - - -. - -
the banner of Joe Glaser and Ossie Davis went intO' the Sid- DRUG STORE
J. B. SMITH
Associated Booking Corp . "Prescription
ney Peltier role in "A Raisin In Compounding
Chicago is home for Dot Doneganand The Sjn": without much fanfare ELECTRICSERVICE I' Specialist
she'll be doing three weeksat -and he's doing a grand job
the London House in January, '
which wasn't. easy. Ossie's a nat- Sundries Gifts
while resting up after Christmas ural actor fresh from laurelsis
holidays . Nina Simone's"I "Jamaica. Electrical ContractorHOUSEWIRING yJ.. ,, : I Patent Medicines
Love You, Porgy" rising . I Greeting Cards
Mauri Leighton doing a wonder- _
RED SOX
ful job: headlinglni the exclusive MAY "Don't cuss Call us" I II 1240 N.W. 3rd Ave.
show at Churchill's in London HIRE FULL TIME I
. Asd Abbey Lincoln, who has PHONE OX 1-3625 MIM I, t O.XIt
been doing the Lena Horne role NEGRO SCOUT *, .Ui.'r"I I I'harmad1 Phone FRanklin 3.2932,

In "Jamaica" new doing a single 1 I BOSTON (ANP) Unofficial Night or Day I
in Detroit atthe Show Bar.
I reports have it that the
Boston Red Sox
Dinah Washington at Petp'a I management 52HS22SZS2S2S2S2SS255K252S2HSM] Q BgSg2KgHgW7ySW5gSZasreAT
contrmolates! the
hiring of a Negro -
. .
Musical Bar Phllly Louis '"
full time scout, as well as a -
.
Jordan in . Harry
goes soon '
public relations start
Belafonte may be sure his "The member. LONG LAST IT'S HERE
World The Flesh and The I Nevt year, the team reportedly : s 94M
will Invite members of the Negro ,
t
Devil, a little' too much for mostpeople's
professional baseball leagues THE NEW
blood will be wellseen
i to perform in Fenway park, '
when coupled with Mario
where regular scouts can eye more
Lanza in a technicolor musical
for local showings. closely promising Negro players.
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It's siokening to read, after 50
years of being in this country,
an Englishman who settled in I MRS. H. COLE
Danville, Vs. by mistake has I
been taught all the ugly ways of Milliner 7 : P VtIJ
segregation by Americans . I *
50 years ajo this man fell asleep HAT CREATORAll
on a train and got off at Danville made
styles to order
. Today Nathan Newman, nowa
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nised at a ,banquet commemora-
ting his many years cf success Call NE 4.7458
He remembers most when he
opened "Dreamland," a theatre 2414. N.W. 50th Street WEEV CENTER 1
house, haying the Patton St. entrance S19 -
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'_.' ', :: I' : ,,:" .." ' : ./ youth today Is such that women : .
I
Mess With My White. Folks" ... "annot fail to close ranks and {
unite their efforts to help create Juanita'aKindergarten
conditions that will deal with

problems of (personal! conduct as
Dr. JacksonHead Reelected well as the deeper, underlying j I

conditions in housing, education, Begin Registration Sept. 8
citizenship and International relations ..
," Miss Height said. "Mary 1500 NW.; 74th Strreet
i McLeod Bethune, the Council .
of Naf'l Baptists
I under, stressed the need for Free pick up and delivery1
unified purpose and action from Liberty City Brown Sub and
'the very !beginning.Mrs. .
WINS NATION- mind." Mable Keaton Staupers is Overtown
Other statements in Dr. Jack- coordinator for the mobilization
Phone NE 4-0576
WIDE CRITICISMFOR sos's s;eech, which lasted 90 COUNCIL OF with headquarters at the Council

binutes and ha$ since elicited NEGRO WOMEN House, 1318 Vermont Ave., NW., 811URIVER'S
ANTI-NEGRO II 1
nationwide condemnation, were Washington 5, D.C.
-- SPEECHBy reported part, as follows: LAUNC'HESCAMPAIGN
--"
"No American Negro has the
riijht, under the laws of our land
ALBERT ANDERSONFor to seek to force himself upon a 1
The Associated Negro Press congregation cf white Christianswho SEEKS 25,000 NEW MEMBERS LICENSE !

SAN FRANCISCO AlthoughDr. do not invite or welcome his The National Council of Negro
Joseph H. Jackson of Chicago membership among them. The Women will launch: its 'Fifty
was reelected Thursday for his struggle fcr first-class 'citizenship Days of Membership Mobiliza- BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING. ONEO'BERR.Y'S

olxth consecutive term as presi- is not a struggle for so-called tion" Sept. 12 ,to Oct. 31, Miss
", dent of the National Baptist Convention race-mlxinj. The mixing, or bet- Dorothy I. Height, National Pres-
USA, Inc. largest Ne- ter still, the fellowship among ident, announced today. Mrs. .
t' gro church organization he peoples of different groups and Robert L. Vann and Mrs. Nettie
' came in for shah criticism by races must always remain a mat- Carter Jackson are the cochairmen MAGIC CITY DRIVING SCHOOL .
'I members and non-members, for ter personal choice and group I I for ,this campaign through
advising Negroes not to force preference which the Council will recruit FR 4-7756 '

'I, . themselves upon white people "LAW NEVER DICTATES""In I I 25,000 new members from all 1453 N.W. 6th Avenue
; walks' of life into local
who discriminate against them ir a democracy like ours the community
I various sections of the country.. activity. ._.
-
, .. law never dictates who shall be : --.rl--':
Delivering his annual address your companion! your friend, I The campaign has the full support -
I ,' before.:some 10,000 ,delegates, vis- your associate and your house of the heads of the 22 national -
I tors and lay members in civic guest. The struggle for first-class affiliated organizationswho
;;'.+ audieorium, Dr. Jackson surprised citizenship does not involve the are capable of reaching YOU ASKED FOR IT!
i,,', his audience. with this astound- right to worship In a church that 850,000 women in church -fraternal -
ing statement: has a tradition of racial segregation , business, professional and So here it is-A full ONE YEAR

"The truth Is, under our. form or discrimination., Under the' civic groups using the slogan I \ AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE

of government, It Is no legal offense laws; of our land, churches may, "Each one Reach one Every day for most people' with
Policy only
for
to practice racial predjudice. If they will or wish, draw the I Fifty ys.uMembershitps
There is no law on the statute line as to who shall be members) taken or renewed $15 DOWN PAYMENT
bodks of the United States of and who shall not be. during the campaign extend I
America that can 'prohibit one "He who seeks membership for through Oct., I860. In addition to
man, from thinking' that he Is racial reasons is Just as unChristian enlisting women the Council is I I SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY'I
better than another, and from II as those who deny him inviting men who subscribe to itsl'urpose
feeling he has the right to dis- membership. racial reasons. and 'Who want to support 645 N.W. 36th St. 27th Ave. Farmers' MarketPL

criminate against other races, so 'HITS 15-CENTS MEMBERS""It its expanding services to become I I 9-5284 NA 4.1811
long as said practice; is restricted I Associate Members.
to the field of private associations, seek is both force un-Christian ourselves andto :I "The situation confronting our .. ,St\, :", ...,,'jI.fr.; '.. i.fi) .I\tl\' :' p
clubs and fraternities. to upon
others and to enjoy the fruits of
"It is not legally wrong until their sacrifices and labor with-
a person attempts to have hU'' out a vtillngness to pay the price. I
prejurices condoned by law and "A person who has resolved to I
supported by the government"CALL take cut a weekly 25 cent share

.in the kingdom of God has no ::1' nab t' t,
SPEECH "RACIAL I business desiring to join a million
TREASON"As I dollar church and to walk on
plush carpets and sit in cushioned -
news of Dr. Jackson's defense -!
and to at stained-
pews gaze.
of and Jim'
prejudice Crow.
glass windows, and ,to listen to a
ism flashed the wire
over ser- minister whose salary is $30,000
. vices to all sections of tre count i "
[ a year.
try, a tidal wave of resentment I i
came from both Negroes asd 11* k
beral whites of all rellgiow
faiths; many cf them who called
the Jackson speech racial 'trea Gray Hair Wanted !
"
son. Man or Woman
A former Chlcaijoan: A. Phelps NOW YOU CAN LOOK ,
Williams, now living on the West
20 YEARS YOUNGERwith
Coast and describing himself aAa
attendedthe science's newest discovery
"disgusted Baptist,
Civic auditorium meeting. Auntie-Gray Pomade rd'g
Once outside, he voiced his disgust I
in no uncertain terms. Say goodbye to GRAY HAIR with ; ,
"What do you expect of Jack- new pomade discovery Apply g ; 1; 44y i. l.y. rds
son," he told a rapidly-gathering' simply as you would your regular A
crowd. "He thinks he's a 'little halrdresslng... Imparts nat
Jesus (Napoleon), lording It over ural.looking color, leaves hair
nearly five million Baptists, but beautifully loft and lustrous. y 'N a'a"u/ T.r. 1 1U 1 y
celling out to the I Won't rub off, wash out. Ho.,. 5'r 1"' I
race-hating NegrO-baiUnf. staining, non-greasy. Color Ton
.
,A him as the modem savior of hU Pomade conditions .and grooms ''r
people but who wouldn't eat at hair. No other,, hair dressing need
the same lusch counter with him. ed. Send only $2.00 (tax include
ed) for full 2 oz.FREE -
"DON'T MESS WITH MY r t t *, ,I yk .m.
WHITE FOLKS""Dr. SAMPLE .
Full 1 or. sample value $1.00 1
Jackson has told the Ne- Free, rush today for Free sample
grces of America, 'Don't mess Name and address to:
with my white folks. Dey know
4
what dey's doing and dey sho' is HAIRSHEEN OF MIAMI kr .,

good to me.' So friends., you can 8163 N.E. 2nd Ave., Suite 8 y b ,
.r
have Dr. Jackson from here on Miami 38, Fla.
In. If you think like him you'll
act like him. So make up your
Mr*. Samuel Wheeler and daughter Gayle& with daddy basketball. "Our little Gayle U the
star of thla household," Mr*. Wheeler declare "Th only milk ah.'. aver had U Carnation.


.'. NOW I Mrs. Samuel Wheeler, Y.: w: C. A. leader says:

AT t'SECI r
"THERE'S ONLY ONE BRAND OF .

LAST NUMBERSGODFREY .
They can EVAPORATED MILK FOR MECARNATION"Mrs. S

sf- be cold-

( k1 a t N yes these Wheeler la the wife of a former lire. Wheeler ia YWCA Young Adult
two amazing
4 5- books. I Harlem Globetrotter, Samuel Wheeler, program director In 8k Louia. "My

', G, The onJy titles par- 't-#iT who Is now, a co-owner of the Harlem cooking milk la Carnation' she says,

Dally ex. [ Magicians basketball team. Young "It la doublerichso rich It whips!I"

plain their

,.S contents : SPENCER ; ;:-:7':=; ;
r But the alone titles ,II> A A. A A Mo, r recipe LEMON FLUFF PIE --l

. can not begin _, ._............ ... I CRUMB CMJSTi Blend crust Ingredients together Une tides I II

-- to to you reveal I 2 cups crushed graham crackers and bottom of JWnch pie plate, laving". K I II

the facts of why you may not be able to win. Yes between these I W cup melted butter or shortening cup crumbs for topping. Combine gelatin' I a 8

pages you will learn the secret of how the astrologitts get their I 2 tablespoon sugar not water, sugar, end 2 tablespoons lemon I
winning numbers. You may find out for the first time why you hare rtLUNOt juice. Cool. Chill Carnation In refrigerator I
catch anything by speculation on stocks and bonds. Cuban I 1 package((3 ounces)
:failed to books tell what to do to. trey until soft Ice crystals form around edges I
of numerology! These you lemon-flivored gelatin
and on other the forms winning track often! You can not afford to be /without 14 cup hot water of trp(about 15 to 20 minutes) Whip chilled I

cet the very low price of only ".00 for both. This may I W cup granulated sugar Carnation with remaining lemon Juice about I '
liTouVchance to make a killing and say goodbye to bills and money V4 cup lemon Juice 1 minute. Add cooled gelatin, mixture and I IYAPCUI'ID'W
Worries forever. Tell lOur friends only after you are on a better road 1 cap undiluted CARNATION lemon rind; whip until fluffy (about 2 minutes I M I L

to success. Be the, first. Order yours today. EVAPORATED MILK ). Peer Into crust. Sprinkle with remaInI I e'...... _

Send to JAMAICA CANDLE SHOP, 0968 N.W. 15th Ave. 1 teaspoon grated,lemon rind Ing crumbs. Chill about) 1 hour, or until firm."D'on't J '
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PAGE 8 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1959 Sunlight ChitChatJ.

d'1 Primus, reporter L' 8 ITYD.'V.

start asking each other about
BACK
LOOKING their assignments.,iWt can all see The observance of Sunlight -114'TfA/dC

AT HIGH SCHOOL ing the"Ycu comes lights can now overjus.,and..the a funlfe odof -from" ?i- Class' bay as exercises one of joy will and be sad-remembered NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.

ness. Joy to have finished ono
and hear the mur-
the
FOOTBALLThis gas tank milestone, and sadness to leave
the crowd. The truck
mur of knit of friends. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
a closely group .
the
stops and unloads and into
will be quite a week for
some of the young fellows, be.. park we go and.a loud roar from The day was highlighted ,with
cause most of the high school the crowd makes you a little the evening classes having Mrs. *&r
SHOW IN THE WORLD
!
football teams and colleges get nervous but proud. After your Susie Harris of Sue's Reducing 4'h' THE.BIGGEST. . . ,
down for some real "head knock. warm-up period and the referee Salon as speaker and Miss Ed- .
ing" for keeps. They will find out signals that if is time to 'play ball, die Wilson, as guest teacher of
if all of the running, situps the coach then .calls off the start- ceramic, Northwestern Senior .{t NODUCtlDN OF AA..ssb" Q
pushups and grass drills and otn ing line-up and you are shocked High School. Acknowledgments, +':
all when your name is called. Mrs. D. A. Julius.
er phases of conditioning wen. M
BIGcmcwsui
for naught. The coaches will 1111.11out "We take to the field and then THE
and members of Sun-
the National Anthem is played. Faculty
also' if all of the hours ot
drilling and fundamentals "rub, You stand there with your helmetin light Beauty School worshipped
your hand and butterflies in together at the Ebenezer Meth-
bed off" on of the (fellows. It
any your stomach. We then get the odist Church on Sunday morning.A .
will not be long before question.1in ) \
the players' minds will be an- kick-ofl. After the first play the soul stirring sermcn was de- a s
swered. Such questions as: Am I butterflies are gone and another delivered by Rev. H. W. Brownof CO . .. NfCOf
stage in the development of man Nassau. We all received of its CtN M tZ. >f
in shape? Will I be afraid? Whatif
has begun. spiritual tnpllft. OCE
my mind goes blank and I can-
Oh before who
Hey you go
. not remember my assignments7e A group of seniors and one
, do you like tonight?? 1
These only some of the
are Northwestern 'by six points! teacher will sit for State Board
questions which will 'probablycome examinations on Thursday at
to the player's mind. He may Northwestern Senior Hdgh.
answer same himself some will YMCA Announces
have to be proven. .Day and. evening students are w td
Then there is the coach, he Fall Activities planning a gettogether party for
will (probably be wondering: HaveI The Fall program for youth at the outgoing classes on next
overworked them? (If so they the Carver Branch YMCA, locat- Wednesday night at the n school. / ) bCINESU"
will not want to play ball). HaveI eded at 5770 NW 15th ave. is al. .
stressed enough basic funda- ready on the way and all boys i
mentals? DO .I really have the and girls are invited to partici- AIR CONDITIONED
best eleven players on the field? pate in this wholesome recrea-
These questions will all have tion at your YMCA. BUNCHETHEATRE
to be proven (by team effort.A The doors are ap'en for recre-
season cannot pass withoutmy ation Mondays thru Friday from OPA LOC looking lack to "ole days," 4 pan to 8 'p.m. and Saturdays 8 SUNDAY Thru THURSDAYLana
the days :when the boys had to ajm. to 2 pjm.
leave school at three o'clock and The activities consist of games, Turner, Juanita Moore
be back for practice at four ping pong' h:''ckey, billiards, Mahalla Jacklon'Imitation SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY
o'clock. They had no practicetogs checkers, whist and social recre- of Life'In
nowhere to change, and the ation. The physical activities --
practice field had rocks coming avaiaible are tennis, volleyball, Color-plus
through the ground, as large as basketball and 'body building Louie Armstrong In VICTOR RED RHONDA
your fist. Surprisingly enough, There are club activities avail- "Satchmo The Great"Air ;, Y ,
the rocks knocked of able for each age group and sex. '
never any
"_ ,. ____ M1. BUTTONS FLEMING7
the fellows out. After practicingon Y Indian Guides, Gra-Y, Hi-Y, .r 'NI RWIII .
such a bad field, the night of Tri-Hi-Y, Phalanx, hobby clubs I
the game ewe would have to ride and flee club.! r
over to Dorsey Park on a truck A library, game rooms and the Conditioned
with wooden sides. But we.cot, youth lounge are also available. I t 'T ( : !
there in good enough shape to 'Reasonable membership rates CAPITOL.THEATRE L
take care of Carver, one of our consist of youth under 14 yearsof ,
main iocs. During those days age $3.00 per year. Youths 15 ., '
Carver was just a doormat but years and up $5..per year. Sat. Mldnlte M
the IfliS saw a tremendous"change. oanww.
year. Georgia Fires Parks SUN., MON., 'TUE3. KAINRYNRANTNTPRIC[
James Cagney In d
While I had "the good oledays" I Chief Over Swim _
on my mind I saw one of "SHAKE HANDS
the old players and asked him I Class WITH THE DEVIL"Plus
how did he feel the night of his
first game? He studied awhile ATLANTA Permitting white
and started to describe it: girls to demonstrate swimming Ina "The Mysterians"RITZ TOLD! / '
"I guess I would have to take Negro pool has cost J. Roy Gray CANDIDLY ,
E.
you back to the dressing room; son his Job as superintendent of 1 \1'
The smell of pads and linimentis parks and recreation in surbur- O\ SN & "
I
quite'strong, almost everyoneis ban East Point. > "ft'f .
quiet. Same are getting their The East Point City Council, as I ONLY a:: rpb'
ankles tapped: up, some of the first sharply divided as the cocifoiwini-
stringers are getting rubbed ty, vote 5-3 to ifire Grayson. The THEATRE
down. Me, I did not ''know- if I parks director, who had held the
would get in the game, so I just post for seven years, was not STARTS SUNDAY NWED MOTHER
sat there chewing on my three present at the council meeting, Mansions'With
sticks of gum. which attracted about 350 per- 'Green ,
"Then in walks the coach. He AN ALLIID ANTItTS PIOTURI
I
tells about the team sons.Mayor' J. G. Stith nwh.e {
us we are suspended '
facing. After the speech we board Grayson after the demonstration Lee J. Cobb and i NORMA MOORE ROBERT VAUGHN .BILUE BIRO DIANA DARRHI
the truck and head for Dorsey Aug. sponsored by the American Audrey Hepburn
Park. On the way everyone is Red Cross. Stith said Gray- "Count Your Blessings"With
singing, "Raise a Ruckus To- son showed poor Judgement. White Debra Kerr
night. Ac we near the park the persons and Negroes were not in STARTS WEDNESDAYTHE
singing stops and the fellows the pool at the same time.

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THE MIAMI "Tho Peoples' Newspaper"
J3JES' ,. tSATURDAY,1SEPTMBER 1.
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..j" J .19 1959 PAGE.9
In-Arouifd The Bahamas Fruit' frees flowers shade trees. ,
One of the
largest selec-
variety
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tion In Miami. Come by and takea I ; I r_ -j J ..
By 4A. H. McKENZIE _. .
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look. Club NAACP Asks
11-1 V Nf-11-N.M NN.N........W N N.NMNMN.NNfYN\M".NNN.N"N Boys Glee ,1 Reviewof
.
I ALONZA .. .J. I. '
KELLY
His Excellency Governor 'Sir'' 'of' Mr. and Mrs. Levi Gibson. BeinglOrganized, .Bus TerminaJ
Arthur Raynor has gone to Lon- He visited Exuma and to see 1475: NW 67th.,St. OX 1-0547 :, . -It. I

don'on important official business.The ''What, the island was like and the The George Washington Car- Conviction of Student
governor will discuss several Improvement 'which is taking ver Branch YMCA is _organizing
inxcortant matters with the Sec- a Boys Glee Club. All boys interested -* J ",
For
place since,he left the island many an evening of (Continued from, page.1)
retary of State for the Colonies in singing' are requested to
years ago.'Father
Among them will be, the provis- attend the first rehearsal, Wed- assistant manager demanded that
ions of the recently passed Gen- Nassau has GLbson's'presence been In RARE SPIRIWAIatmuimtm nesday, Sept. 3, at 7:30: pan at Boynbon leave and when he refused -
a light to lighten
eral Assembly Election
Act the YMCA.
particularly some of the benefitted intelligence had him arrested for trespassing -
the section providing '<
The types of music the Glee
of He has told
our people.
for increased representation In them at a public meeting in St. Club will" sing .will include popular The student was convicted In .'
the House of
Assembly for the numbers, semi-classlcals, Negro the police court of Richmond and
Agnes auditorium, a few Sun-
Island of New .
Providence.This .
day nights past, wake up and go Featuring the best spirituals and camp fire fined $10. The conviction was
act adds four additionalseats ahead that we may achieve the songs. The director of the clUb twice appealed but upheld by the
for Nassau, the island of success we so earnestly desire. LOCAL TALENT will be Charles L.' Baker, pianistand city ,and state courts.
New Providence, making the instructor of French and I '..(
number of members in the .House tanish at Northwestern High The case was taken--to.the u.s. ...
Mrs. Marie who has !been
33. Edy School Supreme Court Tuesday,&& .. 15
spending several weeks in Nas-
a by attorneys for the NAACP Legal -
The law also requires that each
returned
sau to Miami after a Defense and Educational
person registering must be photographed very enjoyable stay. Magnolia Hospital Fund.METROPOLITAN.
as a means of identifi-
cation. .. Symonette I
Audley of
Holly- This week it was girls at Magnolia -
New boundaries are to be made. wood, Fla. also feturned to Flor- Hospital . baby daughters '
The Eastern District gets two of ida after a happy reunion with were born to Mrs. Willa Maureen .)I
the additional seats and the old friends especially Dudley Ebann, Mrs. Jennie McKnight,

Southern other District. will get the Darrell. Mrs. Mary Lee Washington, Mrs.
two.
Lillie Mincey, Mrs. Joseph Cle- ,
Hon. It is with deep regret that we ments, Mrs. Blanch Tynes and life Insurance Co.
The Eugene Dupuch, report the illness of Raymond Mrs. Elizabeth Everette. Mothers
member of the House of Assemband Sweeting at the Princess Margaret and babies are doing beautifullly. The' LARGEST (INSURANCE
the Executive Council and Hospital.Mrs. .
COMPANY IN THE WORLD
the representative for the dstrictof Charles Sweeting, accident vic-
Chooked Island has gone to Henrietta Carey of 1900 tim, is being treated for severe :'
has
LOUISE GRIFFIN now a representative J
Austrialia as a representative NW 4ht court is spending a six j>urns. .
from the Bahamas branch of the weeks holiday in Nassau. Duringher BE MY available for consultation I
Commonwealth Parliamentary Association stay she is the house guestof Medical patients include Jack ,
concerning all form of
Conference. Oscar Johnson of Mason Addition SPECIAL GUEST Price, George Kelly, Mrs. Claudia '
The meeting! will be held at : ,' Thomas, and infant Alonzo Harwdod Business and Retirement Insurance -.. ,
Canberra Federal capital of the TONIGHT Baby Anthony Williams
and Estate Taxation
Commonwealth Mrs. Margaret Brown of Hay
underwent All '
surgery. are recuperating -
I St. died during the week and was well.Don't !Problems.. .I
The marriage of Dr. Francis laid to rest on Sunday. She was fRI. SEPT. 18
Adderley. elder son \>t Mrs. Ethel a regular visitor to Miami for the FOR APPOINTMENT CALL .
Adderley.and the late several .
Alfred F. past years. 8 o'clockat 'aa
Adderley and Miss Ruth Mavis Fret Fight! Charles Vorisek TU 8-0140 .
Daley, took place on Sept. :5 at 'Mrs. Margaret Gibson of Richmond the
St. Matthew's Church, the Rev. Heights left Nassau last Join The NAACP
Canon Addington Johnson, officiating. week after attending the wed-
!ding of her nelce, Evangalene longshoremenHall

,The bride was given away by Wilkinson to Rudy K. Penn.

her father, Miss Cyprislana Bethel -
was maid 'of honor. Paul Ad- (Mrs. Viola Porter of Cameron '
St. expects to return to Nassau
derley, brother of the groom, was
best man. this week after spending three 816 N.W. 2nd Ave.
The couple went to Jamaica weeks vacation in the states. Mrs. )
for their honeymoon.The Poitier is one of the leading
manufacturers. of straw work in FOR MY You
the Bahamas.C. Can
government is taklny
possession -
I Call
of certain lands at Forbes FIRSTANNIVERSARY -.o

Hill, Exuma, for the Board of the. H. Reeves, .prominent Is figurein _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ with
Education until the rightful clai- community much missed a
mants to the property have been around town as he is visiting elf = J
established. in England. He is active among t 'j r
civic and social groups. ,

Nearly 300 farm laborers wentto I'm looking forward to --- :J
Florida and Virginia during seeing there ox 1.6821
you
the past week. Farm labor is HARLEM SQUARE

quite an icon in the economy of SWEET SHOP rL
the ahamas. A report from the Louise GriffinYour _
Labor Department tells that the A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES
gross earnings of Bahamian laborers Muiical Hostess
in the United States from COLD CUTS COSMETICS

July 1, 1058 'to June, 30, 1959 Radio Station WFEC I
208 10th Street
amounted to $3,800,000. These N.W. DRESSES to Stores and Individuals
workers saved and sent to the I
Bahamas 1056000. Certainly an
appreciable sum. Hundreds of beautiful dresses-all new


Another bank comes to Nassau.It's Gamma Zeta Omega ChapterOF Values to $25, only . ........................ ...... .. $1.50

the First National City Bankof Men's and Boys' Suits Value to $50 ... .............. $7.50
New York. The Nassau branch

will open for business in a partof Children Dresses ,....................................,.......... $1.00
the John Bull Building in No- eEl US AND SAVE AGENTS WANTED

vember. Alpha Kappa Alpha SororityWILL *

The Police Department recently Two Sisters Wholesale
prompted Sjt. Fred Lee Wilsonto PRESENT

Drill be Instructor Inspector at and the Law depot.and 127 N.W. 2nd Street (one flight up)

Lance Corporal Cyril Smith' is PHONE FR 7.2943
now a corporal. Fashion Fair
Ebony FASHION MART BUILDING

Clarence Bain reports that his
Travel Service of Nassau has
been given membership in the

Inter-American Agents Society of Travel Sunday, Oct. 18,1959 I


The Rev. Theodore Gibson left 4 o'clock p.m. FOB SALE CBS
Nassau during the week after an HOMESI
enjoyable stay in the Bahamas.
During his stay he was the guest I

With high price conveniences but moder. ",.
Wi
ately priced, spacious ,yards.

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8 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER: 19, 1959 Sunlight ChitChatJ. !

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LOOKING BACK start asking each other about
their assignments. can all see DA'VI_ $ T11StC
of Sunlight
The observance 0
AT HIGH SCHOOL the comes lights 0 now* and''a' funny ,feeling - Class bay exercises will be remEmbered 5.3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St...
"You can smell'thi: oddr1 from as one of Joy and sad-
FOOTBALL the gas tank,,and hear the 'murmur ness. Joy to have finished one
milestone, and sadness to leave
of the crowd. The truck FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
;I a closely knit group of friends.
and unloads and into the
stops
This will be quite a week for
some of the young fellows, because park we go and"a loud roar from The day was highlighted 'With
most of the high school the crowd mantes you a littl, the evening classes having Mrs. THE BIGGEST SHOW IN THE WORLD!
nervous but proud. After
your
football teams and colleges get Susie Harris of Sue's Reducing
down for some real "head knock. warm-up' period and the referee Salon as speaker and Miss Eddie -
ing" for keeps. They' will find out signals that if Is time to, 'play ball, I Wilson, as guest teacher of s \\mmmMOOIICIION
the coach then ,calls off the starting I
if. all of the running, situps ceramic, Northwestern Senior or
i
pushups and grass drills and other ', line-up and ,you are shocked High School Acknowledgments,
phases 01 conditioning all wen. when your"name is called. :. Mrs. D. A. Julius. BIGCIRCUS
for naught. The coaches will finul "We take to the field and then THE
out, also. ,' if all of the hours ot the National ,Anthem is played. 'Faculty and members of Sun-
drilling( and fundamentals "rub' You stand there with your helmetin light Beauty School worshipped
bed oil" on any of the (fellows 11 your hand and butterflies in together at the Ebenezer Meth-
will not. be long before question. your stomach. We then get the odist Church on Sunday morning.A .
in the players' minds will be an- kick-ofl. After the first play the soul stirring sermcn was de-
swered. Such questions asp: Am I butterflies are gone and another delivered by Rev. H. W. Brownof
in shape? Will I be afraid? Whatif stage in the development: of man Nassau. We all received of its C
my mind goes blank and I can- has begun. spiritual uplift.A .
Oh Hey! before you go, who
not rementber assignments'etc.
I, my do like tonight?? I group of seniors and one 1
you
These of the .
are only same
teacher will sit for State Board
Northwestern by six points!
questions which will probably
examinations on Thursday at a
come to the player's mind He may Northwestern Senior High. :
answer some himself some will YMCA AnnouncesFall
have to toe proven Day and. evening students are ,. eri
.Then there is the coach, he Activities planning a gettogether party for _
will (probably be wondering: HaveI The Fall program for youth at the outgoing classes on next
overworked them? (If so they the Carver Branch YMCA, locat- Wednesday night at the school. I t :
will not want to play ball). HaveI eded at 5770 NW 15th ave. is already .
stressed enough basic funda- on the way and all boys -
mentals? DO I really have the and girls are invited to partici- AIR CONDITIONED
best eleven players on the field? pate in this 'wholesome recrea-
These questions will all have tion at your YMCA. BUNCHETHEATRE
to be (by team effort. H'CIMEMA
proven The doors are open' for recreation -
A season cannot pass withoutmy Mondays thru Friday from OPA LOC
looking back to "ole days," 4 pan to 8 'p.m. and Saturdays 8 SUNDAY Thru THURSDAYLana .---.." '. .. '
the days :when the boys had to ajm. to 2 pan
leave school at three o'clock and The activities consist of games, Turner, Juanita Moore
be back for practice at four ping pong, hockey, billiards, Mahalla Jacklon'Imitation SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY
o'clock. They had no practice checkers, whist and social recre- of Life'In
togs, nowhere to change, and the ation. The physical activities
practice field had rocks coming avalaible are tennis, volleyball, Color-plus > '
through the ground, as large as basketball and ,body building. Louie Armstrong In VICTOR RED $ RNONDA1ATUR
your fist. Surprisingly enough, There are club activities avail- "Satchmo The Great" .
the rocks knocked of able for each age group and sex. ?
never any
\.noo.J".o1._ _ __ [ BUTTONS. f IEMING ,
the fellows out. After practicingon Y Indian Guides, Gra-Y, Hi-Y, ""' s
such a bad field, the night of Tri-Hi-Y, Phalanx, hobby( clubs
the game 'we would have to ride and (glee club.
over to Dorsey Park on a truck A library, game rooms and the Air Conditioned
with wooden sides... But we"got youth lounge are also available.
there in good enough shape to :Reasonalble membership rates CAPITOL
take care of Carver, one of our consist of youth under 14 years
main Carver was just a doormat, but years and up $5..per year. 8at. Mldnlte
the 1949. saw a tremendous
change.year Georgia Fires Parks SUN.James, MON.Cagney, 'TUES.In r KATHRYN GRANT VINCENT PRICE

While I had "the good ole Chief Over Swim
days" on my mind I saw one of "SHAKE HANDS
the old players and asked him: Class WITH THE DEVIL"Plus
how did he feel the night of his i
first game? He studied awhile ATLANTA: Permitting white .
and started to describe It: girls to demonstrate swimming<< in "The Mysterians" CANDIDLY TOLD,
"I guess I would have to take a Negro ,pcol has cost J, Roy Gray-
you back to the dressing room. son ,his job as superintendent of 1 DCKING Y TRU fi
The smell of pads and linimentis parks and recreation in surbur- a
quite strong, almost everyoneis ban East Point. TOO
quiet. Some are getting their The East Point City Council, as I RITZ HIV
ankles tailed up, some of the first sharply divided as the community -
stringers are getting rubbed vote 5-3 to !fire Grayson. The THEATRE
down. Me, I did not know if I parks director, who had held the ;
would get in the game, ,so I just post for seven years, was not STARTS SUNDAY NWEDMOTHERj
sat there chewing on my three present at the council meeting, Mansions'With
sticks of gum. which attracted about 350 persons 'Green
"Then in walks the coach. He AN AkLIBD ARTIST IC'U'1 N
tells us about the team we are Mayor+ J. G. Stith suspended < '
,
Lee J .
facing. After the speech we board Grayson after the demonstration Cobb and i NORMA MOORE'ROBERT VAUGHN -BIWE BIRD'DIANA DARRIN
the truck. and head for Dorsey Auj. sponsored by the American Audrey Hepburn I .
Park. On the way everyone is Red Cross. Stith said Gray- "Count Your Blessings"With '. _
singing, "Raise a Ruckus To- son showed poor Judgement. White Debra Kerr
night. As we near the park the persons and Negroes were not in STARTS WEDNESDAY
singing stops and the fellows the pool at the same time.
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In .. Around The' Bahamas : ; Fruit- /* trees,'.flowers shade trees. 19, 1959 PAGE.9.. (

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His Excellency Governor-s Sir' of' Mr. and Mrs. Levi Gibson. ALONZA KELLY Being,Organized. of;,Bus Terminal :' <<
I' 1475 NW 07th St. OX 1-0547 !
Arthur Raynor has gone to, Lon- lIe visited Exuma and to seo i ; :'ft-
don on important official business. 'what the island was like and the The George Washington Carver -' Conviction of Student -
The'governor will discuss several Improvement which is taking Branch YMCA is V organizinga .. . .
inxcortant matters with the Sec- sincehe left For evening of Boys Glee Club All boys interested V *
place the Island many an (Continued from, page J) ...
retary of State for the Colonies years ago..Father in singing' are requested to
Among them will ,be the provis- attend the first rehearsal, Wed- assistant 'manager demanded that V" '
ions of the recently passed Gen- Nassau has Gibson's'presence been in RARE SPIRITUAL nesday, Sept. 3, at 7:30. pan. at Boynton leave and when he re'h
a light to lighten
eral Election .
Assembly Act the YMCA.
particularly .some of the benefitted intelli- fused, had him arrested for tres .
the section providing The types of'music' the Glee passing > !*
of He has told
gence our people.
for increased representation in ENTERTAINMENT Club Include '.'
willingwill
them popu- The student was convicted In
at a public meeting in St.
the House of Assembly for the Agnes auditorium, a few Sunday lar numbers, seml-classkals, Negro the police court of Richmond 'and ." -;
Island of New Providence I spirituals and camp fire fined The conviction rOo
nights past, wake up and go Featuring the best $10. was
.
This act adds four additional ahead that we achieve the songs. The director of the clUb twice appealed but upheld by the "
seats for Nassau, the island of success we 'so earnestly may desire. LOCAL TALENT will be Charles L.' Baker, pianistand city and state_courts ? "
New Providence, making the instructor of French and "
number of members in the,House Mrs. Marie Danish at Northwestern High The case .was taken" to the u.s. .v
: who has !been
Edy
Court .15 :
33. School Supreme Tuesday Sefrt dIo: :
spending several weeks in Nassau the NAACP Le. 'fo1J' .
by attorneyaijfor -
The law also
requires that each
returned to Miami after a
gal Defense and Educational. >
person( registering must be photographed very enjoyable stay. *
Magnolia HospitalThis Fund K I
.as a means of identifi- .

cation. .. Audley Symonette of Holly- week it was girls at Magnolia > ;
New boundaries are to be'made. wood, Fla. also feturned to Florida Hospital . baby daughters -' "
)1
The Eastern District gets two of after a happy reunion with were born to Mrs. Willa Maureen '
the additional seats and the old friends especially Dudley I
3; Southern District will get the Darrell. Mrs. Mary Lee Washington Mrs.
other two. Lillie Mincey Mrs. Joseph Clements -
It is with deep regret that we Mrs. Blanch Tynes and life /Insurance Co.
The Hon. Eugene Dupuch, report the illness of Raymond Mrs. Elizabeth Everette Mothersand
member of the House of Assemb- Sweeting at the Princess Margaret babies are doing beautifullly. The LARGEST (INSURANCE
and the Executive Council and Hospital COMPANY IN THE WORLD ':
the representative for the dstrictof Charles Sweeting, accident vic- ,
.
Chooked Island has gone to Mrs. Henrietta Carey of 1900 LOUISE GRIFFIN tim, is being treated for severe now' has* a representative ,', *,-Ki T1
AustriaLia as a representative NW 4ht court is spending a six urns.
from the Bahamas branch of the weeks holiday in Nassau. During BE MY available for consultationf.: ,
Commonwealth Parliamentary Association her stay she is the house guestof Medical patients include Jack .j
all forms
Conference.The Oscar Johnson of Mason Addition SPECIAL GUEST Price, George Kelly, Mrs. Claudia concerning of.; .:v
meeting! will be held at .' Thomas, and infant Alonzo liar. Business and Retirement Insurajice -', ; .a
Canberra Federal capital of the TONIGHT w od. Baby Anthony Williams ''
Commonwealths Mrs. Margaret Brown of Hay underwent surgery. All ,are 'recuperating and Estate Taxation :. .
St. died during the week and was well.Don't Problems.. .' -J ....,
The marriage Dr. Francis laid to rest on Sunday. She wasa fRI. SEPT. 18 ,.' *..o
Adderleyr. elder son of Mrs. Ethel regular visitor to Miami for the FOR APPOINTMENT. CALL ..:;..:
Adderley,/and the late Alfred F. past several years. 8 0'cloc I "
Adderley and Miss Ruth Mavis Fret Fight! Charles Vorisek TU 8-0140 i.?
Daley, took (place on Sept. 5 at Mrs. Margaret Gibson of Rich- at the .I'.
St. Matthew's Church, the Rev. mond Heights left Nassau last Join The NAACP .0. ,'!
Canon Addington Johnson, officiating. week after attending the -wedding ;" ', )
of her neice, Evangalene longshoremenHalf
Wilkinson to Rudy K. Penn. .
The bride was .given away by I. '
her father, Miss Cyprisiana Bethel ,
was maid of honor. Paul Ad- Mrs. Viola Porter of Cameron "

derley, brother. of the groom, was St. expects to return to Nassau
best man.. this week after spending three 816 N.W. 2nd Ave. .. ..
weeks vacation in the states. Mrs.
The couple went to Jamaica t. .S
for their honeymoon.The Poi tier is one of the leading FOR MY
manufacturers of straw work in You

government is taking pos- the Bahamas.C. C.n
session of certain lands at Forbes FIRSTANNIVERSARY
Hill, Exuma for the Board of H. Reeves, prominent figurein .,, uWllhRtiy't
Education until the rightful claimants the community, is much miss- .
to the property have been ed around town as he is visitingin .
established. England. lie is active among '
civic and social groups. ,

Nearly 300 farm laborers wentto I'm looking forward, to I

Florida and Virginia during seeing you there OX 1.6651
the past week. Farm labor is HARLEM SQUARE
quite an fern in the economy of
SHOP
the ahamas. A report from the SWEET Louise GriffinYour IwtQiMta1;
Labor Department tells that the A FULL LINE OF QROCERIE8
gross earnings of Bahamian laborers Musical Hostess
in the United States from COLD CUTS COSMETICS

July 1, 1958 to June, 30, 1959 Radio Station WFEC
amounted to $3,800,000. These 208 ti.W. 10th Street DRESSES to Stores and Individuals
workers saved and sent to the
Bahamas $1,056,000. Certainly an
appreciable sum. Hundreds of beautiful l dresses-all new'

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Another bank comes to Nassau. Gamma Zeta Omega ChapterOF Values to $25, only . ....................!... .... $1.50

It's the First National City Bankof Men's and Boys' Suits Value to $50 ..."....... $7.5Q
New York. The Nassau branch
will open for business in a ,partof Children Dresses! ,.,..........................................,.. $1.00
the John Bull Building in No- '
SEE US AND SAVE AGENTS WANTED
vember. Alpha Kappa Alpha SororityWILL .*

The Police Department recently Two Sisters Wholesale
prompted Sjt. Fred Lee Wilsonto PRESENT

be Inspector and Law and '127 N.W. 2nd Street (one flight up)
Drill Instructor at the depot.
Lance Corporal Cyril Smith\ is PHONE FR 7.2943

now a corporalClarence % Ebony Fashion Fair FASHION ,MART BUILDING

Bain reports that his
Travel Service of Nassau has
been given membership in the .

Inter-American Agents., Society of Travel Sunday, Oct. 18,1959 :


The Rev. Theodore, Gibson left 4 o'clock p.m. FOR SALE CBS HOMESWith
Nassau during the week after an
enjoyable stay in the Bahamas.
During hU stay he was the guest
high price conveniences but moder- .

ately priced, spacious ,yards.

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THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper" Opa' Locka VFW their down heart for they and have the community the VFW In in,

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER is, 1959 Post Active YEW their Post eyes. 5693.Let's all pull* for the .

------ Seems as tho that small but VVI M/WVYb yWWW1L/\.
active VFW Post out in Opa
Locka is at it again. Do Yourself A Big favor 1 1k

This post, the Melvin E. .Jack- / '
son Jr., Post No. 5-693 com- REGISTER TO VOTE
mandered by Robert Jacobs Jr.
has many projects under way at 116 W. Flagler Street

the present.
Socially minded they are spon-
soring a barbecue dinner this
THIS WORLD OF NO ESCAPE are none to be chartered, either' A Saturday evening, Sept, 19 at You May
owned by white or colored. Hence, Virginia Key Beach. This open-
FOR CENTURIES UPON Cen. you find many of us plying our, / pit barbecue 'will start at 8 p.m. Dream Dreams
turies pa;oles of this world have sport on fished-out bridges, Vir- a .E be and promises to be an affair that
been "locked up" with no meansof ginia Key surf fishing or take will long be remembered by all. and See Visions
escape-except one.. That's long trips. to the Keys. The menu will be chicken, ribs,
when we, like the Arab' fold our For the lack of charter, or potato salad, baked beans, punch
tents and silently steal away at party fishing boats, the rod and and a variety of extras. Music a
night. reelers have turned to outboard Will be supplied by Hi-Fi, stereo
in our prison here on earth, rental boats. These 16 ,to 18 foot- and tape recordings and promises
only the more astute "cons" kept ers, can, with an experiencedboat h to be a feature by itself. The .P v
pegging away at the "wall" that handler, take you safely out _.--.r ,_ musical theme will be, Requestand
surrounds us. They were the astronomers to the reefs offshore on fc fairly Hear.
scientists and the like calm day. We have been asked The president and founder of Donations will be one dollar
the Ushers Union Association is 4Q
The Wright Brothers can. be many times by fishermen where the 27th per person. Please see or contact
given credit lor our eventual'escape they can rent such boats, since announcing aipproaching/ members for your ticket.
from our prison. From the boats are rented only by whites. anniversary celebration. David Civic minded, Jlhe public rela-
invention of the first airplane This week we made a survey Hudson, head of the organizationsends tions officer, James E. Lucas, is
out invitation to all
many unbelievable improve of outboard rental agencies in an spear-heading the coming of a
ments have been made in flight Miami and Miami Beach and ask- members and the general publicto playground and 'picnic area park .
celebrate with the Union
travel; from the huge parlor- ed the owners about Negro patronage. on for the Opa Locka area. Lettersto
like airliners to Jets, rockets and The outcome was heartening. Sunday, Sept. 20, 3 p.m., when the Metro County commission, .
Intercontinental Ballastic Missiles. Many of the "yards" vociferously the anniversary program will be the Metro County manager and
held. Activities will be held at
Providence, Nature, or whom- objected to Negro customers, but New Hope Primitive Baptist the Metro County Parks and with this so-called Dream Seal.
responsible for Jailing us just as many emphatically wel- Recreation Dept. have brought a
ever was
Church 1301NW 1st Rev. Only $2.00. Money back '.guaran
place,
on earth did a !good Job but didn'treckon come the colored' angler to USE H C. Samuel letter from Walter Weiss, chair- teed. Try one today.
with the ingenuity of mankind their boats-with or without motor pastor. man of the board of County Com
Not long ago man couldn't Alton Boats at 4th and Alton All officers and members of missioners promising' seme investigation JAMAICA CANDLE SHOP
venture a mere 10 miles above Road, Miami Beach is top among the association, both juniors and into this very needed
the earth without succumbingto the list. Bob is a friendly chap seniors, are urged' to be properly playground. 6965 N.W. 15th Ave.
the elements thin air that who would like to see all his regaled and on time. When contacted forhelp-or' assistance Miami 47, FloridaSOOTIN'S
would cause the blood in your boats rented everyday, regardlessof The short program to 'be held please don't turn these
veins to boil for lack of oxygenif who pays him the he flew, walked or sailed in a has close to twenty 16 to 18 foot to be preached by Rev. Samuels. ...........
horizontal line he would wind up sturdy, seaworthy outboards.In .
from whence he started. If he checking with Gulf Stream Members are asked to meet at
bore through the earth he only Docks, 520 West Ave. foot of Mt. Zion Baptist Church, NW TV
came up on the other side. MacArthur Causeway, we were 3rd ave.. at 9th st. at 1:30 pjm.
But now, 1959 A.D. man has almost chastised lor asking ii Oliver's Cornet Band will escort For Reconditioned TV's From $19.95
colored were welcomed to rent 'the group from Mt. Zion to' New
elephantine step
finally made
toward his release an from boats. They definitely cater tc, Hope, where the artivities will beheld For The Finest Service on All TV Make & Models

ment on earth.. The imprison-I the ebony-hued angler. A special invitation is extended Try us You'll Like us
Next B&G Boat Rentals were to all pastors and members
rocket
put a moon on
with a hammer and sickle, yet. checked. It Is, at 790 NE 79th St. elf all churches in the greater 321 NW.: 3rd Avenue FR 3-1589
There boats can be rented also. Miami area to come and help More than 25 years of reliable service
But will this really be a suc-
Dave Boats in .
at 1750 Alton Road celebration
cuessful escape plot? On the moon would gladly rent us boats, but .,"'.... .....!r\ oror.... ' .... ..... there is no air, no water, only he has
few. and
only a they are St. John Tot Center
craters and declper
huge canyons most times applied for by whites.
than the deepest canyons here on I South Bay Boats near Coconut OpensThe RUPTURE PILES s PROSTATE
earth. For lack of air there will Grove
checked
was but the man
be no communication because youdon't In charge told us we will have to St. John Tot Center Is now Rectal Diseases 9 Varicose Veins
have air to sound
carry see "Jack". So we guess that's out. dp. n for year-round service. If
waves. The temperature range Effect! ',;, painless, non.surgical office'treatments at low cost-
The old
run-around! you want the best for your child
anywhere from 300 degrees below Kyles Marina on Sunny Isles of pre-school age kindly avail no loss Mme or Income. Avoid surgery and hospitalization Why
to 300 degrees
at night
freezing gave us an emphatic "NO!" withno yourselves oi our services. Our wear truss Why suffer, delay and get wfcrse?
hot In the day.
explanationSo faculty members are well trained
However, the whole world is there you are fellow boat. and experienced. Registration Js S CONSULTATION FREE o
agog at the news of Russia's sueces 'men, are where you are welcometo now in.progress at 1328 NW 3rd Special' medication, treatments, diets for arthritic, neuritis, ulcers .

in landing a rocket on the be a captain for a day, either ave. Phone FR 1-3212' Fib 1-6488, blood pressure, sinus, anemia, lost vigor, chronic diseasesof
moon. in the bay, around bridges or a OX 1-1834. Mrs. B. E. Cox, supervisor and '
Frantic preparations will be trip offshore. The rentals are Rev. Thedford Johnson, men women.
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Phyllis WheatleyArt THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' 'Newspaper"


and Social ClubOn SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 19, 1959 PAGE 11

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Monday, Sept. 14 the club 1---
met at the home of the president, backs,. Abraham destroyed all the
Mrs. Marie Price at 1880 NW PHIL OSSOFER Ac-used
56th st., after three months 'vacaticn -
from club meetings. Manyof chief idol had destroyed the others -
the members present told of SAYS: He told them to ask the idol
their vacation trips and were -.... The people then realized their
.1 O/ t{1 D A br well received by those who were foolishness, for they knew the
not fortunate to spend vacations The history of idol 'worship, as idol could not speak, and there-
away fran/ home. Mrs. A. Mc- disclosed IQ the Bible, interestsme fore had no power.
Neal told of her visit to tho greatly.: It provokes thoughtof Instead of repenting, however
's Southeastern Regional Conventionof how idol worship still prevails they continued to worship idols,
Colored Women's Clubs at in this so-called eenllghtcned day. and Abraham left his father'sland.
Jackson, Miss. In the arts and Our minds are so filled with I .
crafts division she received two desire for the many material The people of today> are in the
prizes for entries from the club comforts, such as expensive automobiles same condition as these idol wor-
and two sweepstakes for entriesof TV sets, and swimming shippers. We know we should
other members of the Club. pools, that we have forgotten God. turn to God, who alone can pro
Mrs. Virginia Franklin and Mrs. Our hearts crammed with these vide our needs yet \ve continueto
Flora Stranchan were reported 111 material desires, there is no room strive foolishly for that which
F.K and mcn.hers and friends are asked for Him. "For. where your treasure profiteth us not.Companion.
to visit them. The next meet- is, there will your heart be
Inj of the club will be on Sep- also" (Matt. 6:21)). If one's trea- i
tember 28 at the home of Mrs. A. sures are worldly, surely that Wanted"I
' '$ McNeal, 1730 NW 57th st. :at one worships idols and nQt God.
h'S which time the Fall and Winter Strangely, we do not recognizethis am a man, seeking a com
program will be outlined to the lapse of mind within us. We panion. I am 55 years old, and in
members. After a delicious repast deplore the fact that for Joseph good health. I would like this
members thanked the hostess fora and Mary there was no room at companion a woman, to be high
N delightful evening. the inn, (Luke 2:7): and that brown-skinned, between 30 and
4 n M I. Daniels reporter Jesus Hdmself had no place to lay 60 years elf age' This woman I
A ; His head (Matt. 8:20):: ), yet we seek can have been previously
Attention Parents! have left no room for Him in the married but over bne child by
inn of our hearts. the marriage

1 .*yr The Cox Kindergarten, 1753 Abraham, the Friend of God, "For myself I am foot four in.
NW 4th court, Is now registering was a prophet who deplored thesense'Jessness and weigh 160 lbs. If perchancethis
for Its fall term beginning, Sep- of idol worship and advertisement' should attracta
tember 8. You may come or call left his homeland because of the prospective companion, con-
idol
R r FR 1.8488 or OX 1-1834. worshippers. tact me and we will exchange
B. F. Cox, supervisor An interesting story of how photographs and further date.D. .
W. O. Cox, manager Abraham proved the powerlessness -
.. . SI 9 of the idols is told in the Thomas
KoranSura 2 1:51-68.) When the 1512c% W. 35th St.
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idol worshippers turned their Los Algcles 18, Calif.

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Mahalia Jackson, International famous singer for NAACP in ::1.00
gospel singer, has been New York. Background pinto SCHOOL SUPPLIES
named "Gospel Singer of the shows Alan Kendrix making trophy -
Drear": by the National Gospel! presentation to Walter Ken- USED ?
ymposium Association. Above in nedy, III, Knoxville, Tenn., whois AT LOWEST PRICESCOMMUNITY
reground, Miss Jackson receivese NGSA founder-director. The .
e Mary Hamilton> Kendrix Me- TVs
trophy to be liven annually memorializes -
., orial Trophy from Moss II. DRUG
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endrix Jr., Washington- D.C. at the paternal grand-
(', ,he close of concert given by the mother of the Kendrix brothers. Corner N.W. 15th Ave. and 68th St. OX 1.7515
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ir.IT'. JOHNSON OF MIAMI

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FARMVTIXER, Va. (CNS)
The white children of Prince
Edward County went to school MEMPHIS STATEU.

but the Negro children found ENDING Dinner Parties Weddings Passport
themselves with no place to go. .
This is because the whites have Home Movies Pictures
COLOR BAR Baby a Specialty
decided to let go of public school
education even though it means a I IhardshD.
.=-. They have instead hired MEMPHIS, Tenn (ANP) 409 N.W. 17th Street FR 7.294IARKLEY'S
the best brains and proceededto J. Millard Smth. president of the
raise over $300,000 to put up a Memphis State University, has
good private school. annousced that four Negroes will -i- t c (
enter the school this academic
Prince Edward County whichis year fcr the first time in history

about 90 miles southwest of The four new students will havea
Richmond, quickly shut down special "orientation" session CUT-RATE STOREThe
its schools rather than submit to
integration. It also refused to ,- Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
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The county had been orderedto Index cards .......M.........N101 Binder ............................ 494
integrate this year 'after first Open 3-5 p.m. Open Dally and Sunday 8 a.m. to 10 ,.m.
getting a 'stay until 1065. Overwhelmingly -
Baron JE 81340WORLD
white parents votedto John A. McMinh, Owner
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;PAGE: 12 .SATURDAY, ,SEPTEMBER 19, 19592nd On Sept.'13 the Carver Ranches
Park was the scene of a gala,
RO_ wedding reception for Miss Eve-J
lyn Knight of Dana, daughter of U.
. Anniversary I Rev. and Mrs. Evelina Knight and A
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Mr Curry
Curry Watson, son of
Broward; and Mrs. Essie Mae Watson' of
Avon Park. There was much food
County and drink along with the 15-lb.,
double layer wedding cake.
NewsBy Friends 'and relatives frcm Da HERE'S A BIT of Info 'that' moOting the CarlIng Black, and
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nia, Avon ,Park, Hallandale and kedps North's Travel b eau'open Red Label Beer in new areas.His
visit Shaddie's Taverr
: recent to ,
Carver Ranches attended.;
travelers i popular 15th aVe.. '. spot, was the
The bride was lovely with all Many inexperIenced' ,
her attendants close by. not realizing that accredited tra- proof . 'Erls Allen, a Nassau
4a Walter Bow. Mr. and Mrs. Watson will reside vel, agencies DO NOT charge the vacationer in these parts brotherof
in Hallandale. public for ticketing and related Bill Allen (18th, ave. hamburger -
\ and (barbecue, king) departs
services! fail to receive the many
Freddie 'Seymour of Carver ,post-tfree advantages which, couldbe tomorrow. His sisters, Bertha
Holmes PTA MeetThe
to Naomie Christineand
Ranches and Miss Jacqueline gained through the use of Ferguson Nurse
Cooper, of Washington Park, left Holmes Elementary School agents' 'know l>ow.' Travel bureaus niece, Angelia McCartney
Sunday for Tennessee State after commissions were !Here for a week. Eris- Is a
PTA will hold its first meetingof are paid in, by
spendIng three months vacation the new school year Monday, hotels, air and steamship lines. graduate of Tuskegee Institute.NURBI' .
TTO _____________
with their familiies. Sept. 21 at 8 p.m. Transportation (prices are regu- BARBARA
Overcrowded conditions at the lated by the government' and must HEPBURN
The quarterly conference of Mt. school makes this meeting of utmost I be adhered to by all carriers and returned after two weeks vacationing -
Zion AME Church' West Holly Importance to all par nts. their representatives. Your. in Jersey, New York and .
wood will be held Sunday afternoon There are 1566 children enrolledat tickets, therefore, cost exactly the Canada .- Drummerman Fred-
Holmes, which was built to same whether you purchase them die Rulledge gave up the main
Rev. M H. Wilson is pastor. accommodate 1000. Six more port- through the North Travel Bureau stem. They say it's better drams
able classrooms are being addedto or directly from the carrier in- upstate . merle Ferguson,
The ,Women of Gethsemane the 11 portables already on volved. !. popular Nassau businessman, left
,
Baptist Church are sponsoring the for: home today.,
campus. The next time you take a trip
their annual Women's Day pro- The introduction of Educational why not consult North's Travel
Sunday, Sept. 27. TV 5 and 6 THEY ARE OFF In College:
gram to grades has broughtnew Bureau? The result could be bet- Mannalena Howard
problems that must be met. Adderly, ;
ter hotel' or resort accommodations -
The morning speaker will be
Jacqueline Sargent, WilliamuRick"
All parents are urged to be
Mrs. Susie of Fort Lauderdale and certainly far less
Holley and Rolle, Mozell Turner, Be-
present prompt.N.N.N..NNN.NMNNNN..NNMNN .
The eveninug speaker, Mrs. trouble to you. thune; Barbara Sargent Ray-
Blossie Haley. A tea will be held mond Aranha Samuel Wilson,
the at 3 o'clock THE ORANGE BLOSSOM Beverly
same afternoon FAMU; Dillard, Talladega -
Rev. D. A. Bradley will cele- in the dining room. I Are you a wallflower p ClassIccommIttee's first meeting ; . The passing of Mrs., Vivian -
brate his! second anniversary as Would you like to learn t. dance Monday past gave' outlook for a Lang Millian in Key West the
bigger and better classic in Dc-
Carver Ranches Elementary early part of the week wa$ unexpected -
(pastor of Mt Carmel Missionary In a private studio
Baptist Church ,beginning with School PTA held its first meeting cember. One thing sure, you !will Buck 'Lang', Oretha' and
VISIT far better
see a parade prettier
21 on Wednesday night For the past the family have our' deepest ',regrets -
services on Monday, Sept.
Don Strachan's Dance Studio and larger floats, not autos< with
Services will be conducted thru three: years the principal and :
faculty gave the parents info.rmatIon -. signs. Another outstanding move. I
Sunday, Sept. 27 when the anni- 7168 N.W. 16th Ave. PL 7-8766
of the activities for the was to plan the event not for a
versary will terminate with a school year.Broward I day but a week, which was a SCHOOLS OVERCROWDED?
service at 3 pjm N.N..N.MNNNNw W.-N. .NNM
very good one. Hotel accommodations Send your children to
Churches taking part during the (lower rates) are in big
week include New Hope Baptist, sponsoring a County Leadership Councils Council are demand. This is the major gripeof Haithman's/ .... .
Freewill Baptist, First Baptist, visitors and if its /brought to a
Greater New Bethel and Sweet- on Saturday, Oct. 3 at Dillard Y.WiTN Child Care Center
Elementary 2365 NW llth st. Ft. better understanding, you're sure
,
home Baptist churches. Rev. E. 1186 '''NW 81at Street
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to see a much better classic week.
Lauderdale.' All PTA unit offI-
Richardson will be master of Liberty City
ceremonies. cers and chairmen are asked to
be present.. Other members are MR. AND MRS. Benjamin Jen. 7:00: a.m, 5:00: p.m.
welcome. Registeration begins at kins (Australia) spent a few by day or week
Womans Day at 8:30: am. $1.00 per person. I days in Miami visiting relativesand 18 months to 5 ,,years of,age
Older children be
friends. The Jenkins are residents may kept after
,Mt. ZionThe The Church of God in Christ, of Boston where Ben !fs public school '
North Miami District Sunshine i employed on the police force Director certified 'In public
Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Band Union will have its regular The Joe Clements ,(Shirley education '
under the leadership of the Rev meeting on the ,fourth Wednesday Boone) first a daughter born Other experienced helpMe I.
'\EdJWa 'dtT.- Graham, wil begin"its night of eeach month beginning Sept. 6. The Clements are plan- Register at l> 'I. \.
annual ,observation, of Wamla, September at Elder' Brownlee, Ft. ning a California merger in the 1186 NW 91st.Street .. :I; .
Day on Friday, Oct. 16 'at 8. pm Lauderdale at 8 pjm. very near future. Sonny Boy, as or ;;"-r
through, Sunday Oct. 18. Sis. Easter Robinson is chairman he is known In the fight world, 2178 NW 62nd Street ,.
Mrs Dorothy R,. Newton, dynamic Sis. Alice Robinson, district has accepted transfer to the VA FRI. SAT. SUN. ..t. ; .
school and church Worker, presIdent.. hospital there and offers to become -
will serve as chairman of this a member of the Archie

program. There will be a ,benefit tea at Moore training camp. Register Today: '
Carver Ranches Park at 3 pan I COMMUNITY DRUGS
'H According to. Mrs. Newton and Sunday, Sept. 20 to buy ,equip- JAMES REESE, ex-Pab ,Blue
i the members of. her committee, ment for the park. The public' is I 6750 N.W. 15th Are. Ribbon representative, is pro. Join The NAACPNOWRENTING. :
this' to be of
promises one the
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programs of the year, in that [
more women, than ever before in
the history of Mt. Zion are tak- Hair Weev Technician, Mr*. .!

ing an active responsibility' in Sallie Collins, of the Modernistic .
making this Woman's Day oelebratlon -

a huge, success. licensed, Beauty hair weev Salon technician. is a 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments '.

;, ,., In addition to this active Interest ,
on behalf of the ,women in She can weave hair on Houses Stores '. .
this church, two of the many out- your head to-"'add length,

standing highlights of this program fullness -'and cover bald Brown Sub : ,
will Coconut Grove :' : '*
be ((1) The culmination
spots. Her, :work is guaranteed '.
.of the Annual Church Rally, ; :
which will take place on Friday,I and ,reasonably priced. ..'p Liberty City Downtown :
Oct. 16 at 8 pan and ((2) a Queen,I M tlt. _
for a Day, who will (be chosen by I For further information call FR 4.9944 or come 'tot WILSON

Church.the members of Mt. Zion Baptist MODERNISTIC BEAUTY SALON RENTAL AGENCY, Inc' : .


You (will be spiritually awarded 826 N.W. 3rd Avenue 1307 N.W. 3rd Ave FR 4-0116"
by attending this program. Further ,
1, ; information will reach you
'',through the Miami Times. !


CARD OF THANKSMrs.


Elsaida ,I. Gardner wishesto COLLEGE SPECIAL .,
Cash DownBUYS
01 ,thank .Jier many friends for $5,990
: visiting her, and for the lovely We will
mail
!- week until June 1960'
flowers and cards sent to. ,her every ;
while she was in the hospital.
She is now convalescing at her NEW 3-BEDROOM CBS HOME wI
hcme 5000 NW 24th
( ave. $ $

APT. M L If.. .
PLUS A 4-UNIT FURNISHED

Says Men Are j to your son or daughter in college in '
.to,. 1 HOUSE IN TOP LOCATION ,any
Following ,Her x the United States for only . ) ." _

Mac Hodge and Leroy Brown: Close to N.W. 7th Ave. i
This is notify you that two
burglars are in Miami. They $3.00 I
range from 67th' st. to 58th ter. In Edison Center Area
They travel to get food. Mac ..
Hodges Is a white man murderer Call FR 3-2236 or OX 1-0421

sometime ago at Coconut Grove o {... ', .,.-- ,
so. he says. Leroy Brown keeps OR FILL IN BLANK BELOW, :

him hid around in a green Buickcar. OWNER-FR 3-3654 ----.-------...---------------,----------
McHodges and Leroy Brownwas .
at my home at 5 o'clock this Please send the Miami Times tot ,

am. (Tuesday). Leroy Brown hasa FOUNDATION INVESTMENT I II I

school weapon, a revolver. The white I NAME .......-....................................................'................NMNMNN.N.NN.N.N/N.. I
on 14th ave, they say i

Leroy they stopped Brown attempt in there ed last to shoota fall. COMPANY ADDRESS......_.....................?....................--...--.....---:--- j I:


58th white terr detective at 7:30: in yesterday the.. morning at 1208 Ainsley Bldg. .CITY. ...,,_._....... _.........._.._..,...-.:-......-._----_._-

"j me, he ran, my ad- =, Enclosed (I. check ( ") '- Money order ( ) for $3.00

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I THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper" Personal Mention

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER Valeria of Nassau Bahamas
,
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weeks In our city as guests of

IN MEMORIAM ducted Sept. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh S. Nixon at
I 1610 NW 55th terr., returned to

In sad but toying 'ffiieniory jjf :tour .1 MOs: SaUte Mae Collins 'M.1741" :.. Nassau 'on Sunday. i

loved ones.REBECCA ., : 'j NW 1st court, died at+.her :resi \
TYNES FORBES dence Sept Jfl. She is iS.rvlved: 'Mrs Muriel Colebrook, w h<,o
and ,*** : by: llvsons, and daughters two k has been ill at the Jackson Memorial *
s
LEONARD TYNES sisters, a brother Funeral services Hospital is convalescing at

who departed this' life Sept.. 9, will be held on Saturday home to the delight of her

1955 and Sept. 26, 1958, respect Sept, 19 at. 4 'p.m. at Bishop JOhnson's ] friends.
tively. Holiness Church, located in
.Sweet be thy rest, and peacefulthy the Old Lyric Theatre building.Bro. .j Loretta Bannister, 9-year-old
sleeping 0 blessed sleep ,Lawwill. officiate Burial' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
in. Lincoln. Bannister, left on Sunday with
where'ills
ne'er molest thee, why ..
her father to enroll at Collegiode
should we weal for"heaven hath .
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Mrs. Louise 2979 Harmanas Oblacas, a Catholic
Hunt Dixon of
blessed. thee, sweet be thy'rest.. ,
The Family* NW 48th st, died in Jackson Hw>s- CHILD CARE , DRESSMAKING I School. Mr Bannister returned on
pitalon Sept.. 45.: She is survived ,- Tuesday
". We take. care of children. We Dressmaking. and alterations for
by her husband, Willie; ten ,, '
IN MEMORFAM children, six sisters, two brothers ,win pick them up., NE 5-0561, :. men' and women Little Elaine Coney
Services &re incomplete.T. NANCY! TRIPP daughter of Mr. and Mrs. MercieOcney
In sad but loving memory of, < WORKIING: MOTHERS A retired 1315NWJ 60th( st.. PIL 90218. of 1611 NW 3rd ave. apt.

MRS GLODDIER RUSSELL Marshall
who departed this life on Sept. 17 month old son of Mrs. (Hula :Mae your small children her home. HI Sunday afternoon at a very
119 8. Gone Ibut not forgotten.You Brooks ,of 2763 NW 55th St., died 1928k NW First place, 7:30 a.m. 'WANTEDWe unique party given for her by-her
were such a good friend to in Jackson Hospital on Sept. 15.' to 6 ''q>.m. C19 need substitute mothersand parents at their home. '

me.. Sleep on and take your rest Chapel services will be" conducted -' cooks lor positions of one A goodly number of little tots
I,.will meet you In the sweet by: on Friday, at 1 (gram Burial In We, care for .small children and two weeks. Salaries to $10 a plus a number of grown-ups attended
while mothers: are working. Call
and by.Your. Evergreen Cemetery. the party and wished Little
Friend, NA 11047. 2310 NW 167th St., day.Hostesses Elaine a very happy birthday.
.
will $2.00
Irene Sinclair I Opa Locka. we pay The guests enoyed a variety of
House
of Albert live-In
. . transportation on any attractions all topped off with delicious -
girl -we place. Salary $35 up.
FOR SALELOT. refreshments.
CARD OF THANKSThe Rudolph W. Glover of 500 NW Come early morning with clothes

family of the late 14th ave., a long time employeeof Carver Ranches. Size 146x Mrs. Mack Mrs. Lcssie Renflo is convalesc-
MRS. MELVINA A. POITIER the Seaboard Railway, diedat 50. For information call JE RELIABLE EMPLOYMENT ing at home after being hospital-
SERVICE
wishes to thank the many :friends his home on Sept. 5. Serviceswere 2-1095. Kinsey. S12 ized at Jackson Memorial.
and neighbors for their kindness conducted Sept. 10 at 2:30: 432 Espanola Way, Miami Beach

and sympathy; shown during its I. PJTI. at Greater Bethel Church HOUSE -. Here's an opportunity WANTED Miss Doris Bullard of Nassau
'recent bereavement. Your cards with Rev. J B. Blacknell, the arrived in Miami on Sunday via
r for you. We are moving to Cali
Men and Women
singers for
former
letters,, telegrams, flowers and pastor, officiating. The fornia. CBS 2-bedroom with twc Pan American plane on a two
the use of cars were appreciated. body was sent to Tampa where lots. All furnished. 5817 NW 30th spiritual singing. Also a guitar orian.o week vacation trip. While in Miami -
Special thanks, to Range Funeral final rites were held. He Is sur- ave. Call Maldonado phone N? player. Call NE 9-2797. Miss Bullard is the house
Homae for its efficient services. vived by his widow, Mrs. Frankie 5-2714. S19 guest of Mrs., Virginia Fox of
May God bless each .and Glover, a son. a sister, Mrs. Al- POSITION WANTED 1428% NW 3rd ave. Miss Bullard

everyone of you. We loved her, gie Newton of Lakeland and two 2-BEOROOM HOUSE. 790 NW YOUNG WOMAN with 2 years Is the circulation manager of tho
but .God loved" her best. ,' grandchildren.Mrs Nassau Daily Tribune.
> 55th! Terr. MU 13414. collage training would like a jOb .
Vera Collins and Family MMMM MMMM
teaching at kindergarten.. Call
Willie Bell Adams ,who 6-PIECE SOLID OAK dinette set. OX 1-3843. Dr. H. Sweeting, D.D., LLD. is
oJCARD lived at 14220 NW 22nd ave., Opa Slightly! used, like new. Phones happy to be back home with his
OF' THANKS Locka died In Jackson Hospital' OX 1-7464 or FR 9-2343. many (friends and neighbors aftera
Sept. 12. Survivors are her husband FOR RENT six-week vacation. While away

The-iiereaved family of the Louis D; two children; GROCERY STORE for sale. Good Dr. Sweeting was the house guestof

late, parents of Abbeville, Ga., seven business. 6309 NW 18th ave. Wife FURNISHED Efficiency. Beautiful Dr. and Mrs. Anthony George
sisters; six brothers. She will lie having baby must sell. all utilities. 4190 NW 32nd of 174-16 Murdox ave., St. Al-
in repose in the ch ;el from )2 ave. bans, NY. and Dr. and Mrs. Ceo

nocn Thursday until noon Friday 2-BEDROOM CBS, Carporte, utility ]- L. Payne of the Bronx. Also whilein
when she will be sent to Abbe- modern kitchen cabinet. Let $17 PER WEEK, 2-bedroom Now York City Dr. Sweeting

ville where funeral services will your lot go as down payment. stove, refrigerator and water attended the African Fair. Whenhe
be held.
In Opa Lock, 152nd Terr Call free. Also furnished one-tedroomj purchased several pieces ,of
OX 1-5453 after five 844 NW 70th. at. Phone NA 1-6953 African 'art that will be put on
Richardson IndJ. display at the Sweeting Estate in

Ft. Lauderdale.
For Sale I
Mr Ode Hall 14790 Buchanan NEATLY FURNISHED! rooms.
St., died in Jackson Hospital on $475 takes my clothing and Hot and cold water. Phone OX

Sept. 11. Funeral services will be shoe store, $"475 also takes 1-1428. 7002% NW' 15th ave. VOGUE
held Sept. 19 at 3 from S26
p.m. Mar-
tin Memorial AME' Church, Rev. my radio, TV and furniture BEAUTY BOX

Albert Jones, pastor Burial In store next door. 1346 NW FURNISHED' Efficiency. 811 NW Look best for the

Paradise Memorial Gardens. 3rd ftvo. phone UN-: ,-!J57. 84273.66th St. No Children Phone PL woman your who ,care


Completely] furnished': CBS TWO We specialize in tinting and

Y 'J ', house, 'bedrooms, 1 bath with 2JBEDROOM APT Fv latest hair stylet. We also
nished. Phone OX 1-4914.
t A 1.1 jalou'ie porch. Open for Inspec- cater to school children at
tion Saturday and Sunday 124.
} FURNISHED ROOM. Man only. reasonable price
2390 Service Road, Opa Locka.
., Call JE 1.3473.SEVERAL Phone OX 16073. S20 929 NW 3rd Ave.
;
nice homes In North- FURNISHED APT., Edison Center Phone FR 9.4130Mrs.

west section; in Liberty City and Phone PL 7-9504. S2fl Sarah Jones, Prop.

Brownsville area From $500 Mrt. Martha Murray, Operator
EVELYN ROLL STUBBS down. Valek and Valek Real Estate NICE FURNISHED APT. Couple)

wishes ''to thank the''many friends 1097 NW 119th iSt.. phone only. 1870 NW 55th Terr. Phone

for their cards, telegrams and MU 51322. S26 NE 50010.,

floral boquets. We also wish to

.thank the bedroom CBS. AOHUX>>t'S Furnished room.
/ doctors and nurses at HOUSE 2
Jackson Memorial Hospital Chain linked fence, deep lot, Private bath, J180 NW Gist St. Only $895 DownNew

Mrs. 'Creola Ferguson. barbecue pit, room suitable toreftidencY' \ 11r1 NW 50th it. area. Very nice
CORNER STOtt Nice for beauty
r/ No qualifying, no clos- 2-bcdroom home with Florida
v r4 shop,' fish market or store. Phone
7573 NW 12th ct.
ing. phone room. Could be used as third
OX 12864.
MO 5-7562. bedroom, extra utility room' 'on

DEATHSHRange NICE, COOL rooms, downtown, large lot, near bus and schools.

by -day 'or week, cooking privl Call now.

other relatives. leges. Call PL 46408. '
Day Nursery
) . .
*: The (body of Dave McIver of A GOOD FRIGIDAIRE. Must be New NW area. Fully equippedand
Bruce Forbes of 504 1 Orange Florida City, who died Monday, sold by Sunday. 2170 NW 66th st. ready to go. Two homes: .and
\''"St, West +Hollywood, die n Jackson Mrs. Rebecca 'Saunders, 3821 Sept. 14 was chipped to Waycrow! I Phone OX 1-3839. Mr. and Mrs. garage, 4 nice lots, completely

Hospital on Sept. ,JJU He is Oak Ave., Tjled at home Sept. 14 Ga. where funeral service will be I Taylor. furnished.! Price and terms low.
'
survived by two daugmRi, Mrs Funeral Saturday, Sept. 19 at 9:30: held. He fc survived by his mother, Call NOW.
Hazel Roberts and Mrs. Arlene and three sister J I APARTMENTS. 729 NW 55th
am. from ', Christ Episcopal
': Henry, a brother* Henry, two Terr. 1 and 2 bedroom, ail mod-
Church with Fr. Theodore Gibson Orchard VillaI
sisters, Mesdames Ophelia Fisher Furnished unfurnished
or
Graveside services for infant I ern. .
officiating. Burial will be in
and,.. Patience Evans and two Lincoln Memorial. Thomwwn son of Mr. 'and Mrs MU 10325. have three very nice homes
grandchildren., Funeral services : Car! 'Thonvpsen of 360 NW 14th near the new school, 2 and 3

'.will be conducted oil Thursday, i! .Arwiser Bell 104Q.NW' 3rd ave. gt.; was held Wednesday, Sept. 18.l I WELL EQUIPPED Barber:' Shop 4 bedrooms, priced to sell on. low
'Sept. 17 at' fripin. at St Matthews ; l 1 1749 NW 3rd,Ave. Call NE'4-3900. terms. Call now.
t Baptist 'Church, with' the died Jackson .Hospital on Sept 1& .....:., -. II

. pastor..* Rev.., large ...officiating. complete.VIVIAN 10.Funeal.rrtiger. } }bs /tre. .ot WHY PAY 1 kENT*' A . We harem choice 2-b .4 Burial will be held In Lincoln apartment wtth stove and refrigerator. 7.8250
ldmnorlal ,Cemetery. Bus No. 24 passes doo',
LANG MILLIAIN' DIES'
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2945 NW 46th,*t. FR 9-3578. JOHN LOWRIE REALTYTU
Funeral services for Mrs. Vivian
Josh Vlckers of 5530 NW 23rd -
ave., died at his residence on Lang Millian will be Sunday at Be a homeowner for only TWO NICE Porch rooms $7.00 7-1636
St. Mary Star of the Sea Catholic week 6th court and 20th ft.
.Sept. 12. He is survived by five $20 a each. NW
daughters, Mesdames Thelma Church, Key West. Phone FR 4.3345.1BEDROOM 1112 Palm Ave., Hialeah

Manning,, Miami; Rosa Mitchell, Come, to
Ft. Lauderdale; Eddie Mae Moore, Seniors . APT. Corner. No
Valdosta, Ga.; Clara Russell,-Newark 1029 N.W55th St. children. 4190 NW 32nd ave.

> NJ., end Marie\ Gray, New The body of Albert Berry of
.' York; two sons, Joe H., Miami andJ. 271 NW 10th It., :who died Friday., Must sell this' lovely
D., Ft Lauderdale. Sept. 11 was chipped to Wren, RESTAURANT'' FOR RENT
t He Is now lying in repose in the Ga/ where funeral services will 2-bedroom home
chxpel. Final rites and burial will be held. He is survived by his Fully EquippedIn
Down take it
be conducted In Quitman, Ga. wife, eight children and many $390 downtown section i

other relatives. .. .
Mrs. Mary Muskelly of 1582 ALL READY TO OPEN -
NE 151st Terr.. North Miami Funeral services for Ernest
Beach, died at her residence on Johnson of 4927 NW 25th ave., Call DevoryJE Rent Very Reasonable
Sept. 12. She Is survived by her was held Wednesday, Sept. 16 at II
daughter, Mrs. Etta Woodard. the chapel with the R v. C. C.tflajatlng. 1-1235 PHONE FRanklin 3-9368

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.,, / ,,.'' MT., ZION A. M. E.. MT. CALVERY BAPTISTRev.

.. .' '. I. 22nd' Ave Corner 152nd St. E. M. Thomas pastor
Opa Locka Phyllis Myers, reporter

Rev C. J. Jenkins, pastor Sunday School...................... 9:30:
Sunday School ................ *::30 a.m Morning, service .................... 11:00:
/ Morning worship ............ 11 a.m' Evening service ?................_.. 7:00:

League ...........?........1..1..11. 5 pm
There will be delicious chicken
Gut Evening worship ...........?... 7 p.m. kitchen '
dinners sold in the on
CD rdi behalf of. Men's Day.CONGREGATIONAL.
me ST. JAMES A.M.E.

Rev H. McNeal Harris, pastor
y .. Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter Dr. H. C. McDowell, pastorA.

Sunday School............... .... 9'30 E..McNeal, reporter

-- MARTIN MEMORIAL AME Morning worship ...?............... 11:00 All members are urged to be
ACE :League ......../1._.............. 5:30: present at church: Sunday as we
I THE MIAMI TIMES -"The Peoples' New.paper"PAGE I Richmond Heights Evening worship .................... 7:00: will decide on a permanent name*

Rev. Albert Jones pastor for our church. All committees
14 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1959 Holy baptism will be administered
in
are wording high gear making
I Sunday School./............?....... 9:30: at the 11 a.m. worship. The plan for our admittance Into the
-- - WornIng worship ....i................ 11:00: pastor will preach. at both ser- Scutheast Coast Association of
CORINTH BAPTIST ST. FRANCIS XAVIERN.W. ACE League ...................?....... 5:00: I vices, the Florida Congregational
Evening worship .................... 7:30: Activities are now underway Christian Conference. '
Rev. W T. Thomas, pastor 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. for the 11th annual woman's day
Phone NE 5-1518 Phone FR 9-1424 Our revival was a wonderful observances. The captains along Visitors are always welcome.

Sunday School....................... 930: MASSES success. Closing on Friday night, with the members of their group Bring the children, as our pastor

Morning worship .................. 11:00: Dally ................................. 8 am eight youths joined the church are working diligently to make always has an interesting ser-
Evening worship ..............1..1.. 7:30: Sunday....... 7 a.m. & 8:30: am On Sunday morning Holy Bap this the greatest woman's day in monette for them before they
Come and hear gospel\ preacherand tlsm was administered to four and che history of the church. pass to their Sunday School clas
successful pastor Church of TransfigurationEpiscopal they were all received into full Mrs. Sarah Mobley is chairman ses.
membership of this event, and Mrs. Susie
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY ( ) Smith is co-chairman. These ladies Services always 11 ajm.'sharp
Miss Osceola Hall, the mother '
at the Seventh Day Adventist
2571 N.W. 152nd Terr. are asking the cooperationof
George Savitt, known to the Vent John E. Culmer of our church, died os Saturday the members, and public at School auditorium, 25th ave. and
Miami Times readers as Phil Os- priest In charge morning. Mother Hall was an ardent lange to assist them in this effort. 50th st.
fofer, will lead the discussion at church workers and an inspiration -
Sweeting To all services and activities of
Stanley
reporter
the Center 137 NW 11th for all men and women METROPOLITAN AME
Baha'l Services Sunday the church, we welcome you.
every professing a part in Christ.
7 20. His
five.subject, pm.will Sunday be "Why, Sept.Sacrifice?" Morning worship} .................... 9:30: She will be funeralized Satur- - Rev. H M. Salmon, pastor
Sunday School..,.................. 10:30: day at 3 o'clock. May she rest in
Everyone is cordially Invited to Your Vote is Needed Sunday School...................... 93:0:
peace.
participate in this discussion ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. Sunday at 3 o'clock our pre- Morning worship ....................' 11:00:
siding elder will' be with ,us, and to fight the forces that seek Evening worship 1..1..1....... 7:00:
Mt. ,Olive Missionary Baptist I
E. D. Richardson ,
pastor our pastor is asking that all to keep you a Second Class
402 N.W. 2nd Ave. Minnie. Copeland. reporter boards and auxiliaries be in i

Hallandale, Florida Sunday School....................... 9:30: readiness.On I Citizen. Drive Carefully
Rev. Benjamin Franklin, pastor Morning worship .................... 11:00 the fourth Sunday evening
Rev. C. E. McClary, reporter BTU ......._................................... 5:30: the; youth will have its first fellOWship I .... ' . - " : ., -- ....
Evening. worship .................... 7:00: firoisram.: A treat Is' in 0. 0' _
Sunday School..N................... 9:30: store for you, won't you come out ,
Morning service .................... 1100: Sunday we /twill continue our and sse our children in actin for OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOUSEE
Evening service .......*..-........... 7:00: regular pattern throughout the Christ.
BTU ...-..................-................... 6:00: day Choir No 1 and ushers No. 1 Remember the sick and shutinin
LEADING
THE SOUTH'S COLORED
rendering service in morning.
your prayers, and rememberthat
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Choir No.2. usher board No. 2 visitors, are always welcome PSYCHIC READER

14 th Ave. and 09th SUed In the eveningThe at our church.MORNING ,

Sunday School ............ 1:30: turn. Brownsville choir union STAR BAPTIST ,
Morning Service ............ 11:00: tun. will be held at 3 pjm. ;Sr

Westminster Fellowship 6:00: pjn Choir No. 1 is having a musical I 514 NW 23rd Street
Evening Service 8 pjxu program. Please come out to I Rev. I. Clayton, pastor
hear this affair. Sister Safe Ellis, reporter

Sunday School ...........?..*...... 93:0:
FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST I Our (kindergarten opens for the Morning service ...........-....... 11:30: .
year. Hours 7:30: ajm. to 4 p.m. BTU ......?...-..?......?..............-... 5:30:
Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor Monday' thru Friday. Pick up Evening service ........................ 7:30:
Claudia Wilson, reporter service, individual beds and hot Come and worship with us. You
Sunday School ......._..........?... 9:30: meals. Weekly rates, $&00. Well are welcome.
Morning worship ........?........... 11:00 trained teachers to take care of
Evening /worship .................... 7:00 your children. Phone NE 4.0300 Mt. Methodist
BTU .......................N..?............... 5:30: or TU 7-6572. Pleasant

The fourth Sunday in September Shutins are Bro. Marnes, !Bro. 2170 Washington Street a
will be promotios day In Nunn and Rev. Smith. Opa Locka

Sunday School and all are asked Sunday School............... 9:30: am
to be present. Sister Marie John- NEW BETHEL AME Morning worship ............ 11 a.m.
son Is still in the Jackson Memorial' Goulds Evening service 7:30: Let my years of Exi ertence guide and protect yon through
Florida
,
Hospital. Let Life tht ship in a storm
Lighthouse guides
us continue to aa a
Rev. ,J. S. Blake
pastor ST. LUKE BAPTISTMrs.
pray for her and all others that
are sick. Sis. Beatrice Mencey, reporterThe WHEN OTHERS FAIL. YOU, SEE ME .
Bunesba Green, reporterRev.
last quarterly conferencewill P. W. Williams, pastor For Success in Business And Love ,
GREATER BETHEL A.M.ERev. be held at New Bethel on ....
the fourth Sunday with the Pre- Sunday School ...........*.......... 9:30: CONSULT HERO -
S. A. Cousin, pastor sedux Elder Rev. W. B. Coffey Morning worship ................ 11:00 You can now have your home made happy
Mrs. Jenette Folson, reporter presiding.The BYPU .......................-.............M 5:30: wanted
Get and Hold the position long
pastor and members are Evening (worship .................... 7:00: you so
Sunday School ....................... 9:30: : 41 Don't Stay in the rut get out now
Morning worship ................ 11:00: doing a tremendous Job of com- ,
Evening worship ................... 7:00: pleting the new church which BETHEL BAPTIST By the help of God she can help you
began under the leadership of
Usher Board No. 1 will cele- the former pastor Rev. C. D. Richmond Heights Remove evil influence; if you are sick, worried or in
brate its 45th ansiversary on Burton. The building is expectedto Rev. L. R. Ross Pastor trouble
be finished in the future Jean E. Scott, reporter
Sunday, Sept. 20. The Gospel near .
It will Miy yon to call and see' this Gifted Medium First
,
choir will
furnish
special music Pastor Blake Sunday School.. ....... 9:30
for the occasion. All Invited. announces that .1.w1.? : Where thousands come yearly for help and advice, you! too can
are John S. Blake, Jr., has entered Morning service .................. 11:00:
"The will Missionary Society'sTrain college, Jacksonville; Robert L. BTU ...................................*.,....... :5:30: be touched bJ'this strange mysterious power
You are invited run on to September attend this 22. Blake will begin his freshman Evening service ........................ 7:00: WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe
at Tennessee A and University -
year I
affair. Usher Board No. 3 invites ; Riuthel Blake is A tea will be held Sunday, same! God wh. delivered loses* and the children of Israel
you to attend its 9th fall tea on prepar- Sept. 20, from 4 pjn. to 6 p.m. at will for through
and
ing to enter her senior year at of old is stiil alive today open a way yo0
Sunday, Sept. 27. Place: The the home of Mr. and Mrs. John
church basement. Time 4-6 Florida A and M University the troubled seas of life. Let not him that 1. blind lead you or
: Anerurn 14440
Monroe
pm. where she St. Rich-
s majoring in
Please remember the Women's library science. We wish them English all! mond Heights. The public is cordially you .stumble with him.
Day program on Oct. 25. Greater a successful invited. The Revs Blocker Do you doubt the existence of things because. yon cannot see
Bethel welcomes'you to all of the year and congregation will render them 7What
services while you are ,In Miami. service at the Bethel BaptistChurch
invisible and sound that
TRINITY WESLEYANRev. do you think of the wave
Sunday, Sept. 20 at 3pm.
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST George E. Johnson, pastor Rev. L. R. Ross, pastor make Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television possible?

1571 N.W. 68th Terrace Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter Our annual Women's Day will A seed before It sprout, lies concealed, secret* silent in the
Rev. be observed Sunday, Sept. 27. dark earth or womb of Nature.. TIIERR IS AN 'UNSEEN
Ernest Williams, pastor Sunday School .............._... B. aoa Our theme for the day: "The ..
New Bethel has made another !Morning, worship .................... 11OC Role The Christian Women Play POWER"
improvement. On last Sunday Young People's Meeting 5 p.m I I in Molding Lives." Our morning Therefore, acquaint : ..
morning the pastor was presented speaker will be Mrs. Eunice A f
self with the who
beautiful and Mrs. L. E. Thomas one y.ourjj t
a amplifier by a won- our evening .
derful group of workers. Mrs. Notice to Church speaker authority. Whose r ,, <

Rosalee Harris is the chairman Our sick member Is Mrs. How- consultation will evolve you f
and Mrs. Irese Brown made the ReportersIn ard. We are asking for your prayers to a higher state of mind.
presentation. ,
There' vjlll be dinners on sale an effort to make our All Information is
at the home church interesting and
more
of Mr. and Mrs. J. page
ST. PAUL A. M. E.
.
Burrows, 1742 NW 67th st, on newsy may we suggest that our Strictly Confidential -
Saturday, Sept. 19 from 12 noon church reporters include more of Rev. J. D. Washington, pastor
until. the coming activities in their reports 19th St. and 4th Court Office Hours 0 a.m.-8 p.m..
Instead of what has taken I

8:00 Saturday'there will night beginning at place already. A coming meeting Sunday School......................... 9:30: Sunday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. .
home: of be a sale at the or program, names of elected Morning worship .................... 11:00 Don't Write-Call :
Mrs. Erma in Person
NW 73rd Stewart 1520 delegates to conventions shut- ACE League ............................. :5:30: a '
Ernest Moss.&t. Sponsored Both of by these Deacon affairs in members, all certainly, church make social better functions 'Evening worship .................. 7:00 DAILY READING '1.00 UP

are benefits for the men's than what has
reading gone by.
day' rally.. Come out and take' a An exception to this would be GREATER NEW BETHEL 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE

part. reporting the outcome of special Rev. W. K. Smith, paatoY
Last Sunday morning the pas events i.e. Men's or Women's Mrs. R. Conley. Clerk MADAM HUNTER
tor delivered a stirring message, Day, anniversaries etc. I

which was food for thought. We sincerely solicit your cooperation .. Morning worship ............... 11:00 1657 N.W. 73rd St., Miami
Sis. Sadie Green is still on the In helping make our paper Sunday School ............_. 9:30
sick list go around and give a better ..e. BTU ..._.._...._.._....___ 5:30: V '
: ''>'\; her a word of consulation. Church Idltw llr.oing. worship ............. 7:00 I--- )II.- _w. -. _' ...





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Zion Hope: M. Baptist THE MIAMI TIMES--"The People' Newspaper"

1710 N.W. 69th St. and 17th Ave.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1959 PAGE 15
Rev. C. Albury, pastor

Sunday School 930

Morning Service 11:00: Washington, pastor St. Paul
BTU 6:00 AME Church, Miami; Thursday
a Evening Service 7:00 night, Rev. Thomas C. Kelly Jr.,
Prayer Meeting 8:00 pastor St. Paul AME Church,
(Tuesday night) Coconut Grove; Friday night
Sister Maggie Green and the,
Matthew Temple AMEZ Lily White Lodge (it is request-!
"cd d on this night that all Lily
1628 N.W. 5th Ave. Whites come In uniform); and
Rev. Daniel Pridgen, pastor Sunday evening, Rev. S. A

Sunday School 9:45: alai. Cousin, paster" Greater Bethel
Morning Worship 11:05: ajn. AME Church.
Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. The program will begin at 8
pm on each night and on Sun-
KELLY'S CHAPEL day at 3 ,p.m. Musical..aggrega
tions will accompany each
Esther McNeil reporterRev. "peaker to assure you of a very
r Leroy Dell, pastor stirring occasion.
r.COMETHINta 1
r ,.. .
Sunday School.1..1..1.... 9:45: i'c:iAi.... NEW HOPE P.B. CHURCH
Morning' worsrlp ...+................ 11:00: .. ,, '
M. Y. F..1. ?........................... 6:00: Rev. H. C, Samuels paste
Evening worship' ,.................? 7:30: Mrs. Evelyn Granger, reporter

The Methodist Youth Fellowship Sunday School....................... 9:30:
IN COMMON 1 and the Church School are . Morning service ..1.,111,111.. 11:00
EBENEZER METHODIST sponsoring a musical prograb BTU .......................?................... 5:30
Shown In the picture are a group featuring the Spiritual Harmoniz- REV. DANIEL PRIDGEN Evening worship .......-........... 7:30
of sraduate ahd Undergraduate Rev Aaron D. Hall
pastor ers Sunday night Sqt.: 27. The
students including their pastor. Ernestine L. Batn/brlck/ reporter public ia. Invited,to attend; this . Devoted Service to God The Ushers Union will cele- .
though wily a fraction of Ml brate its 27th anniversary 'at 3
ami's college population, they Sunday School.............,..,....... 9:30: program at 8 pm. In recognition of better than a pjm. this Sunday. Dinners will
represent the or a nucleus thru Morning service .......-........... 11:00: quarter cf' a century in devoted be on sale Saturday at the homeof
Which many may prosper and I Evening service: .......*........... 7:00: ST. JAMES BAPTISTRev service to the ministry, the members Sister Leanora Coats 6322:
wealth In and friends of Matthew NW 8th Call PL 4-0064 for
gain knowledge J L. Johnson, pastor ave.
They are front row} Isabel: Christianity Is not pttttle to Temple AME Zi-cn Church of delivery service.SPIRITUAL.
Poole, >;Florida A&M: University be solved, but away of life to Sunday Services 1628 NW :3th ave., honor their
Mary Williams Fla. N&IC: ; Shirley be adopted. It is not a Creed to unsay School.......111. 9:30:: ton beloved pastor, Rev. Daniel Prid- BAPTISTRev.
l Payne, Bethune Cookman: be memorized, but a person to I ilnrnmg Worship ........ 1i:00: ajn gen. The occasion is the observance

Josle Troupe, Fla. A&M; Shirley follow 3TU ... .......................... 5:30: pjn x>f his 27th anniversary in Ernest Hutcheson
CovingtOn, Fla. AArM; Eddie The bortas Circle will have Evening Worsulp ............ 7:30: p.m the ministry. Supply pastor
Tuske Visitors always welcome Beginning Monday Sept. 21 Perrine, Fla.
Armstrong Institute.
.ee charge 01 class meeting Tuesday and
323 N.W. 14th St. culminating on Sunday evening
Second row: Herbert Ammon, n .ht. Sttt. 27, a full week of On Sunday morning a treat

Fla. A&M; Mrs. Inez Fryson, Fla. All Methodist Men are urged to MT. ZION BAPTIST outstanding religious services will be given for our Sunday
N&I; Mrs. Ruth Everette Tennessee be present Thursday night at 8 have been arranged to suit your School children.
Luvenla Knox spiritual tastes.
A&I. At the top of the
pjm. Businessof importance.The Rev. Harold Birofwn of St.
photo Is the Rev. P. W. Williams Public Relations Officer The Rev. Pridgt-n, even though Matthew Baptist Church will
president of the extension class men are working faithfully Sunday School ........................ 9:30: a relatively newcomer to the Miami deliver the morning message
make Men's .. .......... area, has done a splendid job
of Fla. N&I College, Ft. Lauder- to Day a success at .Morning worship .11..1. 11:00: lie is one of the associate licensed
dale. Ebenezer. The women are invite BTU ...................-....................... 5:00: in the organization and Improvement preachers at St. Matthew.Six .
Miss( Payne, at present Is high- ed to Join In and give the men a Evening worship .......*..?....... 7:09: at the above mentioned
est scholastic student at the helping hand. They need your i church, where he continues to labor months. ago (Sptember 12))
school of her choice; Mr. Ammon suouort. Will you help them THE INCARNATION toward improving and bring- the late Rev. C. C. Gray died
serves as superintedent of the The following are sick and ing it to the standards where he alter loyally and' faithfully
1835 N.W. 54th Street fees it should be. He is noted
church Sunday School. shut-ins: a serving us He was a fine man.
Not shown are. Barbara Ziegler Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar builder and in his 27 years has The pastor accompanied by anne
Richard West, Fla. A&M- Sisters Memelda Shuns, 2040 Susan Butler reporter built nine churches in various group: from our church administered
Edward White Bethune Coofcmon.; NW 59th St.; Esther Norris, 511 SUNDAYS parts of the country His most recent the Lord's Supper to
NW llth tern: Olive Williams, Solemn Sung Mall and Job before coming to Miami Sister ELcena Gordan last
They are to be Joined later by 1830 NW 3rd ave., apt. 8; Helen Sermon .......-..........-... 8:45 am. was the erecting of a $35,000 Sunday morning.
Georgia StaDworth, .Savatanah C. Branch, Jackson Memorial brick church at Wijmlnstcn: N.C
State John P. Church SchooJ' and Bible ........ .. .......... ..........
; Williams Virginia Hospital Mae Francis Jones 1635 'under - NNNM
of W.
Williams ; Class .............................. 10 ajn. the leadership Bishop
South State and Peter Jr., NW 65th St.; Bro. I. A. Taylor, E.!: Y. C. Meeting ........... 5:30: pm W. Slade. Are
Carolina State or BCC. Jackson Memorial; Timothy Oul Solemn Evensong and Among the speakers to appear you I wallflower

What In common? They are mer. 1760 NW 71st st Sermon ..._......-............... 7 pm. during this anniversary week Would you like to learn te danceIn
members active In the St. Luke Bessie Johnson, Jackson Memo- TuesdaySt. will be as follows: Monday night, a private studio?
Missionary Baptist Church. rial. Vincent's Acolyte Rev. Paul Freeman .", assistant VISIT -

rehearsal............... ........ 5:30: pastor, Friendship< Baptist::: Don Strachan' Dance Studio
SALTER'S CHAPEL ST. MARY'S. W. M. Wednesday: Low Mass'.... 6:30 am. Church; Tuesday night Rev. E.
Rev. H. J. Benson pastor Rev. E. A. Evensong with meditation 8 pm. A. Culmer, pastor St. Mary'sWesjeyan 7168 N.W, 16th Ave. PL 7-8788
Culmer. pastor
Methodist Church;
Ruth Twlggs reporter Thursday .
Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter Nichol's choir 5:30 Wednesday night, Rev. J. D. ...............................-.........-
Sunday School..-..-..........-... D:30 Sunday School....................... 9:30: St. FridaySt. : pm.
Morning worship ................ ....11:00 .
Morning worship ......._....... 11:00 Cecelia's choir ............ 8:30: pm
ACE League ...-......-....._..._ 5:30 Evening worship .................... 7:30 I
Evening worship ...-..--..._... 7:00 Sunday School will be held at .... Bethel Apostolic TempleDoris

9:45: under the supervision of
BETHANY BAPTIST R. Akins pastorJ
,
Mrs. Worthy and her able staff
Lafluer, assistant .
3078 N.W. 45th St. of. teachers. Sis. T. Wallace, reporter
Rev Rudy Keaton pastor Members were delighted with 2310 N.W. 58th Street

Marjorie Shelby, reporter the sermon of visiting minister, Sunday School....................... 10:00
Sunday School....................... 9:30 Rev.[ Burns on last Sunday. The Morning worship ................. 11:45:
Morning worship .................... 11:00 No. 2 choir rendered 'beautiful Evening worship .................... 750 1
BTU ............................................ 5:30 music and the Juniors, served.
Evening worship ................... 7:00 :Evangelistic service every night
Rev. Culmer led devotional In the week. You are welcome at

ANTIOCH BAPTIST services and preached the even- all time

ing service. 'Mrs. G, McFord furnished I
RAT O. W. Foster pastor MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. (1C'
organ music with the No.
A. L. Johnson reporter 1 choir, 4! .REE DELIVERY DRUG
E. M Thomas. pfcJtor
Sunday School ......._.-.._..?? 0:45: Visitors are urged to worship Phyllis Myers, reporter
Morning Service .......-._...... 11:00 with( us at anytime. Q1 Ng>l t YIG tJa r 1'1t 14 1

BTU" ....._...._..-.......................? 5:30 MT. HERMON A. M. E. Sunday School....................... 9:30: C.M.Jolllvette,9r. Piop.WANTED.
Evening worship -...-..-..-.._... 7:06 Morning worship ...........*...... 11:00 IP'
Opa Lock BTU....-.._.........._....................... 5:30
RSamuH Jay pastor Evening worship .................. 7:00

Matthew Temple AMEZ Publicity Committee There win be a "Dollar Day"at !

1828 N.W. 5th Ave. Morning worship ...._........._. 11:00 our church Sunday, In behalf
Revl! Daniel Pridgen, pastor Sunday School ............___... D.30 of the Men's Day program, spon-
Mrs. Ruth Lucas, reporter Evening worship .._..._.?___. 7:00 sored by Mrs. Bessie Neal.
On Sc>et. 27, we will have our NEGROES

Sunday School ._...._..,_. 93:0 Our revival began Monday night Men's Day program. Our guest 10,000
Morning worship ................. 11:00 with Rev. Washington, a great speaker for the morning will be
Eyslng worship ................. 7:00 revivalist, preaching out of his Rev. Tanner and our speaker for to to
soul. Two converts came confess- the night will be Rev. P. W. Williams go

MT. TABOR BAPTIST ing Christ. Rev. Washington will .
Breach each night throubhout Our shut-in is M. McClain. We
Mr- Loin Hicks, reporter Friday night. are asking all the members to go 116 W. Flagler Street
NOTE: Victors are always wet to see her.
rt'ome. Sunday morning, Sept. 20 baptism
Order of Service will be observed. TRIUMPH CHURCH ANDREGISTER

.q..ndar School) ..?.,,,...."..M..,,,. t:I' t ,
Morning Lest -we forget the fourth' Sun Prince H Mohl T. pastor
worship
:1)0
RTU ._...._..._......................_ H 5:30 day Is our second Men's Day. The Sis. S. Daniels, reporter TO VOTEYOU
FvtninR<<: worship_ 7:3j morning speaker will be Presid- School of Wisdom .._._.._._ 10:00:
ing Elder E. M. Allen who will Evening service .._._...._.._... 8:00
NEW HOPE BAPTIST hold his fourth quarterly confer- CAN REGISTER TO VOTE IFi

RMT. James E. Drown pastor ence the Thursday night before. 1.-You are a American citizen

Bro. V nd11 Boran reporter Mrs. C. Hunter underwent surgery ASTHMATICSWant of
2.-You 21
Sunday School_NN/_._ DID: at Mt. Sinai Hospital on the are year age
Morning worship _... ..-... 11:00 11th We are praying for her simple effective relief 3.-You have been a resident of Florida for one
Evening worship _......-M.-.1. 7:00 speedy recovery. Rev. Gay asks from rhoklrtff, rnrkfnc bron year.4.You .
BTU -.r.-rrm.jr.' 530 an members: to visit the tick and rhliil asthma spasm? O.l icrnn resident of Dade Countyfor
have been a
hut-ins. what
ins prrntheAAr sew yon
MT. SINAI BAPTIST hare been ml.*lnjr.. Thrr*'. no six monthsIf
A sale Is being held on the
D B.. reporter church grounds each Saturday substitute for origin Breathr7 within the
inhalant and nebulizing *H you have moved to a new address pat
Rev S A. Thomas pastorSunday night.
School .......__...... 93:0 :The biggest little church In town Get comfort by brralhlnp.; flnarnto '- year, you must register again
Morning worship ______ 11:00 extends an invitation to aU to 'vif- d.
Evening worship _____ 7:30 Itis dying1's, i gttvitfeg.a J A J DRUG DEPT. STORE



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THE MIAMI TIMES-'The People Newspaper"PAGE next week. They all send big partment station at Perrlne, said In New'York the body of a two
t hellos to their relatives and that squads of Metro police have year old boy was found in a garbage -
16 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1959 friends in Nassau; been checking in areas bars throughout and ,restaurants South- ) ;can in a Residential sectionof

MY SON BILL, have hit Dade. Rockaway Beach, Queens. HI
.. .._nnn_ ..,...,.___._._ this week., He mutt that I Some 23"such places were fath'er.klUed him.
--NM MNNM/-- -- NNN M -NNM --- rye. say says
should tell you, about Roger Wil checked during' the (past several I" .-.. -- '
liams at Williams Tailor Shop on days."In all 50 weapons were In.Stockholm: a 12,000 ton ship
Around Miami e : 27th ave. at 48th st. Bverytlme he confiscated, ranging from base- slipped two hours before
has something to be altered or ball, !Ibats to Ice picks and, ma- away
cuffed; he'takes it to Mr. Williams chetes. \; launching time killing two employees.

and no matter what time it It or The,drive is timed Just ahead of .
By DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDU' how close to, closing time it is, the annual influx of migrant ,

i -_-__-_-__--_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-__--__--_-__--_-_-_-n-_-_--_._.un...__.._.__.--.--.__.--.-----__.-......- if he is in a rush, (and he usuallyis workers, whose arrival usually .Capital and Labor big shots met
) Mr. Williams and his staff doA sparks a sharp rise in crime fig I Saturday to discuss the steel
TOM KELLY (the magic name) r-m-----m I bang up Job and get it right' out. ures., "We wantto get these on
or properly (put, Mr. Thomas H They do-cleaning and laundry trouble spots cleaned, up before strike:) that has been going on for
Kelly, ,public Safety Director, has --- tco, and are very nice to deal the danger season begins" Vens-'p 60 days. President Eisenhower
been tcp brass of the sheriff's department 'with. Go by next time you need :kus said. had to have a say in bringing
Long before I came tc Now this is 'written from me one of these services., about this meeting.
Miami. Much has been said about to you.' The ballots will be put In I '' .'. J4 '.'
Mr. Kelly, pro and con. yet U their places and the voting ma- I
there were no Mister Kelly, the chines will be put out, and one SOUTH, DADE, BAR I
minority group would catch hell. of the main Issues will be to see ,2-BEDROOM CBS HOUSE
Then along came Metro and poli- that the Sheriffs Job is' elective. CHECKS REVEAL .*&v- .
ticians wanted to boot the "high This time I am not asking you I MANY WEAPONS /", > YEARS OLD EASY TERMS
sheriff" out on his keester, but am telling you If you don't vote 7"1 L.', ,", ,:' .
instead they made him Public far. .Mr. Kelly, you will be ,sorry. Metro police are conducting a (' w V Inspection Sunday 1 to 5
Safety Director. Same Job, justa ; If. anyone else gets this post, we quiet check' of trouble centers in I p.m.
more classy title. will not only catch hell, we'll be the South Dade area in a push to I $500 Down 1 Monthly Payment
In it. Maybe' you are too lazy to "stop the crimes before they' -
vote, or too tired after you get happen" .' 2113 NW 76TH STREET
off from work and feel that the 1ULt- Peter Venskus, In charge of
'one vote you cast will not makea the South r\*de TubHo' safety de-.

difference, but since, this has P.yA*>ff. ...ay" n9. igyi3sn -. ...*.. .... .. ...... .. ...... .. .. ... ... ......w ...,, .., ,. .. ..... ...-?
.t.; js .a; -
come Up, it becomes your busi- C* :: -.ar....r.. '5C- ..:K:; ,K*.,55oC..KoS..! 'Sw5 V K.Ko5oC4'Y Ko!;:"V..V.:..V '.1.,.r.. .. .. .,u:;:..V:;:..:V;:..V...... ......' 1lFair
LOVELYHOMES ness. As far as I am concernedI lfi : : .12 i

all am told should for you Mr.be.some Kelly Rememlber time 100%ago the and about storyI we 1 h:: Realty is Easy to Buy From tt>t j ji

the ants. One little ant cannot
move a large object, but they will r't'i VISIT OR CALL 'TODAY . PL 7-1645
get together and get it moved. 11
Now let's get together and keep ...' \ ,, \',
Mr. Kelly in this position. You j t!" II I
may be the first person to need :ii = ",I ', t ., . 'J.: i '
him later. Believe me he will be 1 "''-'\\'' .,t1; It' ', ', i ,
FOR SALEIn there when you need him and '' "i'iijlr.,.... I'I. I "1 I ( I "UI
;
t 'j' < I't .f \
,
'. k.1
will help all he can. .. ':,'W,- : ,,J "

Northwest55th PRETTY GIRL of the Week: 2 2n
Arletha Cohen . Pretty boy of U P
St. Area the week: Dave Bondu Jr. (that's
to the Northwestern coeds. He is
,18 today, and between you and .
.u
me, it ain't so. I ain't that old)
. Policeman of the Week . g
Chief of Det T A. Buchanan Ui
Teacher of the week: Marion tsal
fJ1 Shannon . Sir John's Thora U', r
Keel is Mrs. Thora Friol. She and .
player tied the knot recently. u3 tl i2 l
Bet you didn't know that.
Low Down Payments .. .,

I'LL ,BET you didn't know that t'
Terms
Easy Monthly Nat Potamkin of Vic Potamkin bt' <<

0 Chevrolet will come and get you
at your hare. or place of busi- 2t
ness and take you to their show-
:Only 1 Mortgage room to show you the bargains t
they have. I have never met Nat
-' Potamkin but I have talked with I WHY PAY RENT ?
him on the phone and found him
to be a man among men. As a : -
Third Ave. favor to yourself. If you ate: in i::3 -- K
need of a hew car, call Nat at
GORGEOUS
\ JE 1-0057 and'see what he can !II! CUSTOM BUILT BEAUTIES! !!

or will do for you. l 5< See 1711 N.W. ,,153rd Street, Opa Locka n

Realty LAST WEEK I left opening for Brand New 3-Bedroom 'CBS Homes It

you to express your thoughts andI aI.! a NO CLOSING COSTS BEAUTIFUL BATHROOMS
received not one letter or card. #
Wassamatter? Scared to open LARGE LOT OUJSILE PATIO ,,
:742 NW 3rd Ave. your mind. Come on and let's see m I ONLY ONE ' .
and read what you have'to say. PAYMENT ALL JALOUSIED . :...,.
TILE ROOF CLOSE TO SCHOOLS., : !

FR 4-3297 J area Among(from visitors Nassau are to Mrs.the Miami Grace U .. ,BUILT IN OVEN. MOVE RIGHT IN ", '

AND Archer, wife of Leroy Archer Open This Sunday-Only $795 Down
'TS. Mabel Henry, wife of Ronald
Henry and Mrs. Jenny Smith. .
NE 4-0394 While in the Miami area, the
women are the house guests of Only $495 Down Special! Opa Locka
Mr. and Mrs. Albert B. Johnsonof Just $495 DownFor I
S. Hutcheson, Jr. 14420 Buchanan St., Richmond Brand new 3-bedroom CBS homes in
Heights. Mrs. Archer is accompanied I lovely North Miami Beach this 2-bedroom corner CBS. Close
area. City
RegisteredReal by her daughter, Sharon
bus churches.
to and Only one mortgage -
Estate Broker and Mrs. Henry is accompaniedby 'It water. Close to 163rd St. shopping: "
her granddaughter, Valrie l center. See 1519 1570 N.E. 154th St. to pay. Total price $8,800. $80
Henry. The group arrived last month to pay. Move right in. See 2155
1_ week and will return tc.. Nassau x NW 152nd St. '
Brand New bedroom CBS

b See these lovely homes with rear Last one left North Miami Beach

TV SICK ? screened in Florida porch. Built-in Only $295 Down
oven and range near schools. For
and bedroom CBS_home. Close to 153rd
joyful comfortable living. ,See '
Then 'dial FR 4-2044-9'a.m.' to 9 p.m. t i 1940 '1946 NW( 152nd Terr.,; Opa St shopping :Center. City:: water, one
payment each month until off.
paid
Locka. Open this Sunday for inspection. %-i ,
'. SAME DAY SERVICEALL ., ", .
; '
.. ,... .. : Or :Lard Villarea;
' .f '
J rr: .iPl w I r.1c w
'MAiM i =: Alt MODELS ;:; tW
i New Store homes. For particular
;,r Building CBS buyers with
Picture Tube Special C Terrific Downtown location substantial down payments. City

See 357 NW 22nd Lane. sOnly water, buses, close to shopping. Also
17.1nch-$22.95 21-lnch-$29.95 =2 lt many large size lots to build. .Pick

- $995 Down lot of your choice.
t.
-SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night .................... $2.50 Large store, rear stock room, separate LOTS LOTS LOTS

'. .: It Nite Calls Our Specialty-No" Extra Charges I t bath payment with each tub and month shower.until, Only paid off.one Let us sell your lot Cash We bare I:
j J buyers. Quick!
i Just received shipment of 45 RPM phonograph !;, ;
Records All late hits. Special-3 for $1.00

.I Vets Radio & TV Co. I FAIR REALTY i: I


>i i We
are open every dcy'9 to 6 p.m. including Sundays

939 N.W. 3rd Ave. y 201 N.W. 62nd Street Phone PL 7. 645 HI

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