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Title: Miami Times
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Language: English
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Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: September 26, 1959
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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: NASHVILLE, Tenn. The
I heaviest -sentence ,possibly ever I
passed on a juvenile here was
; : r meted out this week to a 12-year-
T } old Negro boy on a rape charge. v i }' i 4 tUNI,
Joseph Westmoreland was sentenced -
L .A r I to: 35 years after pleading
LIII-ii': 1T guilty to raping' a 7-year-old
I.white girl here last June at knife
point. He must serve at least 18

; years and. seven months before
he is eligible for parole.

Criminal Court Judge Hicmer 1

B. Weimar said he would order

I the boy ta, the state penitentiarywith

a transfer to Pine state train
ing school for boys at Pikevillo
until he reaches 1JB. He would bs .wYY .lydln+aw N

With all the pomp and circumstance Rcbinson .and Ruth. Austin. transferred then to the penitentiary rriiij
accorded a Miffs America Little ,Sharmayne Lawsonla I !.
pageant lovely Francena Hall Thomas and Bob Squire, BTW
The boy was held in Jail over
was crowned Miss Booker T. nursery pupils* were crown
Washington Wednesday, Sept. 23 bearer:.and herald, respectively.: night. Officials said state, prisoners I Ir.
In the first school 'assembly. Elliott J. Pieze of are entitled to time oft for r.
behavior little .._ ,__.
!ifood totaling a u. "
Clad In a floor-length 'gown of the alumni association, presentedthe
white ruffles and lace; and key to the school to Miss more. than 16 years in Joseph'scase. To start "the NAACP Freedom Candy sales drive/

marching slowly but graciously Hall. She received her crown and NAACP' Executive Secretary Roy Wilkins purchases box'
down the aIsle Francena was a scapter from' David Davis president (-
of assorted chocolates from Theresa Eunice Washington
picture of toveiIness. Her attendants of the Student Council. pretty
were runner-ups for the I Miss Hall was elected by the Do'Yourself Big .Favor! chosen AS "Miss NAACP Freedom Candy." Pack-
coveted honor, Barbara 'Williamsleft student body in the annual ,Student aged in an attractive gold and blue box, the candy sellsat
(1 ). Maria Alford (right) and Council election which was REGISTER TO VOTE $1.00 a box and be purchased from local NAACP
may .
Jirenda Williams Other attendants held early in the spring.
were.Robbie MoCray, Ruby. Johnson of Miami pbotoI III W. Flaffler Street branches. ..t\ .! .
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:WILMINGTON, Del. seven I Conley, fat William P. Charlton,
men and a woman were indicted 44; Ronald .ft Tnerklldsen, 24; The indictments cover 29 countsof
Thursday by a special Grand Jury and Albert L. Roverdito, 52, all conspiracy malicious mischief,
in connection with two explo- of Collins' Park and Melvin burglary and various other of- '
sions at the home of the only Negro Downing 28, of Riyervlew GarMiamians fenses.Peddlers.
family in surburban CollinsPark.
The indictments 'were returned

after a two-day investigation in 3 Dope Indicted
heard.which some 40 witnesses were

The investigation was prompted -
by blasts on April 7 and Au,. Two women .and a man' were Willie Mae Lloyd 1261 NW
2 which ripped through' the home indicted Wednesday by a federal 69t St.; Ernestine nib, 1060 NW
of Mr. and Mrs George Rayfleld grand Jury on dope ,peddling 62nd st. and Herbert Hoover
in the surburban development charges._ Lloyd, address not listed.
The second explosion damagedthe The trio, released on bond aftera The grand jury charged them 44
house so badly it was.con- hearing before U.S.' Commissioner with possessing distributing and
damned The Rayflelds have since Roger E. Davis, were: selling heroin.

moved away. .1 'Y.RA .
Those indicted were Gilbert
Minick, 40, and his wife, Mildred;
Raymond Emory, 28; Francis L. Returm 1 f

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; ." ;'" ; .1) J Ji I ;Dr and Mrs. J. O. Brown listen attentively as the
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I i ,>. '), from Baptist Meet Rev Fred Shuttlesworth tells tho Miami CORE leaders
J.I ., .. I. ':,/i/ 11 about his experiences as president of the Alabama Chris-
a .. .
lor The militant
tian Movement Human Rights. young
The 79th annual session( of the vcntion went by train, plane and
National Baptist Convention, some motored in their cars. The minister has been bombed, mobbed, b'eaten'nd Jailed by
,USA Inc., which met in the city largest number, 159, traveled by racists in Birmingham who objected to his courageous ,
t of San Francisco, 'Cal.. Sept. 9-13, :FEC Pullman. leadership. See story ,on page 3-Bontju photo,
was the most peaceful and har- Delegates from the Miami area
1' > monious in recent years. were Rev. and Mrs. C. P. Pres- ----- -- -
4 The parent body, under Presi- ton, Rev. and Mrs. W. H, Edwards, (
r; dent J. H. Jackson, convened at Rev. and Mrs. T.' E. W. Donald- Fashion Fair
the waclous Civic Auditorium.The con (Nassau) !Mesdames Carrie Ebony I
r Women1 Convention led by Pride,' Lula Moran, Janie Davies: ,
M fwx ,the matchless Dr. Nannie Burroughs M. Call, Leona Carey, L. E. Here Sunday Oct. 18th
met at the beautiful new Thomas and daughter. Mazie
Masonic Auditorium on California Davis, Mr. and Mr F. Shumake,
Ave. This latter building I is Verna Curry, Lettlc, G< Thurston, The Ebony Fashion Fair, thenation's in a four months tour over .! ..
constructed of marble and is one Rosa Scott, Nichols. ''Verlyn Sutherland only traveling fashion United States which will tate to
of the show places of the city. Naomi) bile I. G. Pratt, display, will appear here at the 51 cities in 31 states and the District -
All of the sessions, were informative Rev. and Mrs. T. Johnson, Rev Dade County Auditorium on Oct. of Columbia. All proceeds
and inspiring. The 500- P. W. Williams.I 18, it was announced by Mn. frcm the Miami show will be donated

... ,voice choir on the opening night Revs E. iRichardson, D. A. Joycelyn I Burroughs, chairmanof to mentally retarded chad
and the 500-volce youth choir of Bradley, W. M. Mason, Wm. Mc- the KA: sorority which is fponsoring ren.
Booker T. Washington Night, gave Wesley, W. E. Tanner, W. C. Ed- the local appearance of the Amonj the creations selected
good accounts' of themselves. The car, J, L. Johnson I. C. MLckins, show. The touring fashion fair for the two hour presentation
various boards of the convention W. K. Smith, R. C. McQueen, L. will be seen in this city only once. which is complete with scenery
made reports/'which reflect pro- A. Thompson. Dr. J. A F. Flnla011 ,- The Ebony Fashion Fair, In Its and music, are those from the
gress in every phase of the work president of the General tope collection' ; includes 200 cre following international I prominent
PRESIDENTS MESSAGE 0000 Baptist Convention of Florida and ations. The Fashion 'Coordinator, designers and manufactwrtf:,
I The piece de resistance of the a National vice president, was tor the entire 'production, Ifrt. Arthur Jablow, Mutter Esymo I I ,
convention is usually the preatdentla chairman of the delegation. Freda DeKnight, .:'spent three Hannah Troy Maurice ReNret;
annual address,, and this The messengers held worship months selecting the garment Lanvin Cartel, Maggie RotnO.
year was no exception. President services while enroute on the that are part of the unusual one chele Come, Gregorian. .....
Jackson, in his masterly manner, train both Sunday and Monday. night's show. Designers t r om berth and Enzlo. In describing tfeashows'
moved the house with his eloquenCe Mrs. L. E. Thomas wax electedone France Sweden appearance in Miami, Hn.
Italy, ,
that full of the vice presidents of the India : Burroushs revealed
in a speech was Germany and the United I Qtate$ that there are-
of common sense and good ad- Young People's Department. Thus have contributed to the coUect over 400 aoceanork in addition
Ebony Fashion Fair Model Florida is honored with three to the 200 creations.
Rochelle Boxle. She U wearingan vice.The entire staff was reelected.The executive in the'national body 011.1. The tour will be mad by a
ice-Wue ball gown, embroid- convention meets In Philadelphia Mrs. Susie Holly of Fort Lauderdale Eight of the nation's leading special chartered bus that will
ered in smoke-grey stones by next year. .' Is first vice president of female models and two male .take It from border to border $
MIngoUnl-Gufiehefcn of Ito),. 1'IorldI am attending the oon- the Women' Convention models will display the clothing 'coast to coast

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The: Peoples' Newspaper"

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.,' New Policy Makes for.: I

Better Classic, Parade.

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I The Orange Blossom Classic ed group". or organizations may
Parade will( be held this year at confirm their units and receive
,it 1230'pm.. on Saturday, ,Dec. 5. their permission to participate In
The parade will form at Its usual i the parade from the Chief Mar
place along NW 6th ave from 'shall beginning today and up to
<: : ; 11th terr. to 14th st. and on 14th and Including Nov. 14. Be sure to
:;' '*t. up to fifth ave. The first unitIn get In on time.
,' 'NP' the parade will move off from ,
< 4th s*. and 5th ave. The parade
will ,cover the same route as last PROPERLY DECORATED
r :"/ ,. w S N t N. .Y 4 year east on 14th St. to 3rd I I All that In the
N : participate
rf'' 7: : lye, south on 3rd ave. to 6th .t.,
". parade must completely covered
est on 6th at. to 2nd ave., north
'. 7 with, attractive.. decorationand
t i 2nd to 11th terr, past on 11th'
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,"' "", >'" terr. to first place, north on firstn're must represent a worthwhile
;"" t4th I addition to the parade. Groups,
( / ;' : to it., west on 14th to '
6th ave., south on 6th, ave. to organizations or anyone else who
Cooker T. Washington High I desire to enter a float In the parade
contact.. the
are urged to
School where the parade will disband.
I Chief Marshall as soon as possible
In order to learn the detailson
t- LJ-m k ALL FLOATS AND OTHER decoration, and, other require.

__ ._ UNITS MUST BE ments for entering float In the '
CONFIRMED BY NOV. 14 parade this year.
All floats and other units whose This year, the ,sponsors are endeavoring .
sponsors desire to have 'partici to make, the Classic
pants In the parade, must recel permission and be officially con, parade than was the case last
firmed by the Chief Parade Marshall year and, other year In the past.
Elliott J. Pleze at the officeof
--_____ '_11'" A'W _" r_" '"or"i't'lmA'II' ="1"" f1 ' .- '=7 the Miami Times 1112 NW All rules will be strictly enforced

The Number one usher board of Bethlehem Bro. Sylvester Williams, president. Bottom, Rev.L. 3rd ave., phone FR 3.2236notlater and unless your float meets
than Nov. 14 In order for the minimum standard, It will not
M. B. Church celebrated Its first anniversary Aug. C. Lewis, assistant pastor; SI. Harriett Williams, that unit or" those units to participate be permitted to participate In the

30. The affair was a grand success. The message Bro. Johnle Angroms, Sis. Victoria Worthy, Rev.P. In the parade. This rule parade. Kindly take due notice

was delivered by Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor of W.' Wiggins, pastor; 'Sis, Mertlce Speights, Deacon will be! strictly enforced. Interest and prepare In time.

Salters A.M.E. Church. Quite a large number' 'of J. Q. Williams, Sis. Dolly Mae DeLaughter, .

usher boards and friends attended. Bro. Frankle Williams and Bro. Anderson De- .

Persons In picture, top row: Bro. Lorlse Burke, Laughter.-Hicks photo.




R. H. _BENNETT harmful rather .
I believes will be Insurance Co.
than (beneficial! to the Ne- AT LOWEST PRICES
Freedom Is an attainment -
gro. One hundred years of freedom -
Liberty Is a privilege. Libertycan with many thousands of THE LARGEST INSURANCE
be given freedom\must bo college and university graduates COMPANY IN THE WORLD COMMUNITYDRUG
self attained Liberty does not
released after
being year year
denote treed<:tn. When the slaves and the race not having made a| now offers you a completeline Corner N.W. 15th Ave. and 68th St. OX 1.7515
were emancipated, they had liberty worthwhile industrial of insurance
,but were not free. They tion to itself and the contrLbu-j'
were not free from total economic I writer cannot understand why s LIFEHOSPITALIZATION
dependence, and the American
Negro leadershipwants to sacrifice -
Negro never will become free aLong &
its race an integrated prop-
as he remains alocif from the' osition.: What credit as a race I INCOME' PROTECTIONAll
nation's principal economic acti- can the Negro hope for by being available
policies on monthly
vities. A group which produces; I Integrated? Internal division has I $5,990 CashDownBUYS
nothing is a subjugated group andis proven detrimental to the Negro; basis

subject to such conditions a.. can his race find improvement:; Phone Charles Vorisek at ,
may be imposed by the producing
thru greater division? Should TU 8-0140
groups. there be improvement, it would NEW 3-BEDROOM CBS HOME
Information and
There is great division in the be individual, not accredited to appointment
Negro race which would not be the race; and eventaually the only
the case were Negroes partIci- world-reminder of the Negro PLUS A 4-UNIT FURNISHED APT.
pants in every line of human endeavor would be, that in the early his- '
,' but only as servantsnotas tory of the USA, he rendered HOUSE IN TOP LOCATION
masters: ). Every group 'should service as a slave. Even thru integration WHY PAY RENT?
have masters as weU as servants. the Negro will remain a Close to N.W. 7th Ave.
Freedom can not be reconciled II second class citizen, and he will .
with total dependence. Total dependence have lost the golden opportunity
and freedom are extreme of 'being to himself where he can Be a homeowner for only In Edison Center Area '
opposites. Recently aOaucasion work out his own salvation. :;'"
minister said, "Accotrd- Think this over.FOR $20 a week
ingto the Bible, Negroes intendedto I Come Ie
be servants." The Negroe's to

present position seems to place OWNER-FR 3-3654
him in that category. Either directly SALE 1029 N.W. 55th St.

or indirectly, every Negroin
the USA, irrespective of stationin BY SUMMONS Must sell this lovely FOUNDATION INVESTMENTCOMPANY
life is living a ftfrxn of slavery bedroom home
This is due to the fact that
either directly or indirectly- every 3270 Beautiful NW 51st 2-bedroom home at $390 Down takes it
Negro in the USA is totally dependent
$7,950. First down
payment $750.
on others for his necessities .
and comforts elf life It is Monthly payment $90. Now open 1208
Ainsley Bldg.
for inspection. For this
almost beyond belief that Call
a bodyof -call 4-2448 day or night Devory
people comprising 20 million
members could, be found any 3781 Grand Avenue JE 1.1235
where in the world who do not
produce even such small and Phone HI 4.2448 I-. Our Classified Columns Get Fast Results
simple things as shoestrings and
handkerchiefs. ..

Integra yon without making an Drive
economic contribution, the writer \,


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CLASSIC GROUP Hiadley, Samuel O. Cohen Charles
j I Lockhart, Garth C. .Reeves and
I I The committee is appealing taU -
COMMITTEE those with extra rooms, that
The Orange Blossom Clas.slcI I'would like to rent out for one. .
Committee held its first meetingin two, or three nights to reportthe
Miami Monday night at the same to this committee. All
DUI.: ont Plaza hotel Several aspects 1 I aocomodations will be subject to
of the annual ,festival was inspection before being placed on
j cti; cus cdf Out of the. discussion the approved list. The committee
came the dire! need for a localh is accenting listing nows.
9 usng: committee to help facili- .
tate the housing need for visitors
attending the classic. TOOTHACHE Cu.r"t.... .er.
'or nIW twit
The objective, of the housing If you Cln't II' to the III' "Icily taller Itt.
committee will be to arrange ac- for elnuat'u ORA'CL.thing ORA.JEL?
0 + ou Pain
9f ctT.mcdatlons ether than hotels
h : vinishtt in iicondt.
wi h the residents of privateH
Fr me In Miami.
I IM IN IbAw. Appointed to this committee is rs ;
Charles North of North's Travel
Bureau, Charles '(The Mayor)

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:Miss Naomi A. Espy's brothers and sis- Mo. ; Mrs. Rosella Rhodes, dean of girls at

ter spent a part of their vacation in Miamias Lincoln Park Academy, Ft. Pierce, and Dr.

her1 guests. Left to right: James A. Espy, Theodore Espy, physician in Gary, Indiana
dean of college studies, Edward Waters
College, Jacksonville ; Miss Naomi Espy, They brought their families. James Li

.guidance counselor, Booker T. Washing. Espy was principal of Booker T. Washington ,i f7L

ton ; Attorney Henry Espy of St. Louis, High School here in the early 30's. .

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Leaders Back CORE in .

Fight for Equality -

Greater Miami Committee on Alliance of Miami, warned that direct non-violent action and that
Racial Equality was the object of unless we are united we will lose of other groups also doing excel
praise and calls for support at a the fight for equal citizenship.: He lent work fcr: integration. She offered ,
public meeting Sopt 17, with Rev. pledged the Alliance to stand behind two reasons for CORE'S tiwii
\ Fred Shuttlesworth, veteran fighter CORE for "CORE teachesus current action in Miami downtown .
for integration 'In Alabama, as a means of liberating the soul restaurants: 1. The humiliation -
guest speaker.Rev. of man, and If we follow CORE, to Negroes not being able .
S. A. Cousins, pastor ol under God, we ,will gain our end." to sit down to eat 2. The necessity .
the Greater Bethel AME Church Susan Bodan, national board for shoppers, Negro, shoppers,
where the meeting took place member of Americans for Democratic with packages and children, to
welcomed the audience saying he Action: and a CORE institute have the comfort of sitting down
"loves CORE because it stands for (member, gave a brief his for rest and refreshments. In con- ,
the same things as his own AME tory of Miami CORE and spoke cluslcn, Mrs. Bodan invited all
Church.He expressed the hope also about the institute now in present to Join in a mass sit-in
that CORE can make Miami a MiamI She stressed the differ demonstration at Grant's lunch .
place were a person can call an- ence. between CORE'S, method of counter on Saturday, Sept. 19.
other brother, and mean it. ,
Daniel H. Lang, executive secretary -- -

of Miami Urban League, Annual Boy Scout
told the integrated audience of
some 1,000 people that CORE .
In Fine Whiskey.
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can stand on its record of effectiveness r Round up
for he has seen a CORE '

grcup in Detroit open u? the res- The annual Boy Scout Roundup FLEISCHMANN'SistheBl6buy .
taurants on Woodward Avenue. ] h flfPie. and Field Meet will be heldat .
Rev. Father Gibson, popular Ilomes! Elementary School,
Episcopalian minister and president 12th ave. and, 67th St., Saturday, . :'
of Miami NAACP, quipped !
; Sept 26 from 2J pm. The activities -
'Because you have well come into will include knot tieIng, !
y Mami, you are welccme." 'He fire building, tent pitching: first
, -:;/'" went on to say that CORE had aid, Morse code, signaling and 1 e'1
.:, awakened the consciousness of lashing. All troop leaders and PROOF :
,I I'V'A' people in Dade' County by confronting den mothers of Divisional Districtare 90 is why!
_'r:' :. the man who is doingwronj.
to be
I' "Now is the time to especially urged present.
The public is invited.
I" choose sides, Rev. Gibson urged.
,," J to He CORE.pledged the support' of NAACP David Wilson is Institutional THE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION NEW YORK CITY

"We are all interested in the Representative troop 99.
same goals. There is no competition
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Rabbi Jonah Caplan, of American 1
Jewish Congress, declared:. ---- Protect Your Furniture
is Indivisible. It CtWV
m10cracy ap- Charles A. Flowers, son of Custom Made Clear Vinyl
pHes to all or none. We cannot
be half All minorities Mrs. Lucille Flowers of 339 NW
a democracy. stationed I Slip Cover
14th. terrace who is now;
suffer if all are not free. He L4A1'1FI
in Munich, Germany, was
further suggested that the workof
Cut and pinned an your furniture at
awarded a special 3-day for
CORE if well done could make pass e i
.. Miami the model city for all being the best dressed soldier in your home
his outfit. Flowers a 1958 grad
or none. We cannot be half a
uate of Booker T. Washington
democracy. All minorities suffer'
if all are net free." High School, is well known In
He further suggested that the I this area. He was a member of ..
work of CORE if well done could the marching band for four years. I

make Miami the model city for I! ,f" j
all communities. '
Rev: Edward T. Graham, of I
Interdenominational Ministerial Register Today!

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--.. -__.:. The -United States* Governmenthas :purchasing the Pawley bus oomp.
SEPTEMBER 26 1959 its nickel anies. State 'Atty. Richard 0'
.PAGE SATURDAY, : < offered for sate r.
;:::JUST BROWSIN'r plant. in Oriente Prince. Cuba.The stein promises a full-dress' .. Grand\
'Will be Jury investigation.: *
$85000,000: 'plant up
By PAUL'R: HENRY for sale until Dec. 1. i
*. -- t In July a subcommittee of the
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House reported that the govern ,WHERE IS
-- (There Is another petty '_ big ex.cesstve'royalitles for
J. ;welcome ceremony uptakes It nickel pre processed at. this plant.
-- .: '.:.':-=- -.;;-:-..;..:'"'"-;:: : ::..:-:-..:::. place' on''Sept. 30 la: accordance .- : TO?
with President I about a
..' Prue On Saturday- evening
.. .. i hower's invitation, Italian mile west of \he Dade-ColUer 'INHY TO
Office at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami, Florida-Phone FR 3-2236 Minister Antonio Segn1, 'will 'arrive -, County line a group; of white JOHNNYMILLIONAIRE'S
f o "P lant at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 10421 for a five-day mica visit- boys fired On and injured ,a pas-
--'- .. His visit will not be as extensive: in car driven by '
riding a
_". :!(. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: as the Russian leader's but., he, senger
John D. :
ONt. YEAR. $4.90! SIX .MONTHS $2.76 THREE MONTHS $1.70 will be entertained dndi11( sea, : WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
qjite: ,a bit of us. I \ Four youths were Questioned CENTER, of Course :"
: 'l-'> : H..'E-8IQISMUND REEVES, Editor "r \\by 'Sheriff's Dauty Bill McCray. 5327 ,N.W. 36th Avei ;',
:v'C.' ..Jie'el. .$/ Managing Editor and Business Manager Editor Harry S. Ashtnore of tho' :They 'were not arr ted. McCray NE 4-9275 .
qV "looked if some
Arkansas Gazette remarked, as
j :':'IT EMPORAXUTANTUR: ETHOS MUTAMUR IN ILLI8 awarded the Pulitzer Prizes In white ,boys ':were having them- .
|!TnjfTitnes* Are Changed And We Are. Changed With Them"; 1958 for his series of'editorials' selves'some fun. The deputy said eral'I merchandise hopse, ;
South Florida.
integration resigned his positionthis the Negroes could come (back on its| Rind In ; '
Entered(a* 'Second Class Matter, August 0, 1027, at'the Post. Office week after 12 years. with the Monday and sign an affidavit.' This,the.largest ,used gen,
( ;%JJrat Miami, I njrlda, tinder the act of March 8, 1876 Gazette. Thousands of (useful Items
(During the integration at Cen- Now it is more convenient to In clothing for the entire
-, Member. ,. of the National Newspaper Publishers Association trial High School and the troubleit telephone' long distance. The family;' furniture, radios,
:;" v Member of the Associate Negro Press brought to Little Rock, Ark., phcne company has }ust com- JTV's, Irons, ,etc.
Ashmcre did not fail to let his pleted distributing its biggest'dl- As much as 60,000 palm
V-, -* "CHEIX, OP THE NKGKO PRESS" eamnrvunity knoW! just how he rectory with 684 white pages and of Marched and Ironed
THl$ NEGRO PRESS believes'' that America can best lead the world stood, to the dismay of Governor 816 yellow pages. work pants and shirts. NOW,
from 5 racial and national antagonisms'when it accords to every man Fautous and.other segregationists For long distance you can dial YOU! alit buy wholesale .
regardless of race color or creed, his human and legal" rights. Hatingno Editor Ashmore' will nqyv be a station to station calls ,ditect. All 6 pairs or work, paints for
man, fearing no ntao-:the Negro Press strives to help every man consultant to the new Center for instructions are given in your di- $3.00;; 6 ,work shirts, only
(InHhe firm belief that al) men are hurt a* long as anyone is held the Study of Democratic InStitutions rectory.In $2.60. Ladles' dresses and
back. at St. Barbara, Cal. skirts begin tat only 10c.
Rock Gov. Faubus' '
Little Men's .button suits In
., : On and after Oct. 1 we will be state, of course J. D. Sims, 33, near new condition at $12.50
extra cent federal tax to charge of dy-
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK paying an pleaded guilty a Real work shoes,
army up
on every fall! on of gasoline we namiting! the Little Rick School
to size 142.! ,
This tax will toward board ,building. Circuit Judge
purchase. go -
j t ;: financing the 41,000 mile William Kirby, sentenced him to Dress shoe baby" for entire

PreslSenj) i; Eisenhower has expressed his dissatisfaction interstate effectiye for hgihway 21 months.system Its' pay five a years fine of imprisonment$500. and' to family Ing. 'at low, low price'' ,

:witH the' 86th Congress. He calls this body a spendthrirVorganlzation Dally, we receive frnh''atock

saying the Congress distorted the County Manager 0, W. Camp In MemphisTenn. four Ne- from Miami' Beach' and
shape Of ,the budget in many respects cutting' where bell and City Manager Ira Wil- groes charged with killing 1>:. the Gables'
lard .are working out plans for Gaynor Henry, a veterinarian, Open Mon.-tHru, .., Sun.',9. .:;n;.,-
th&yshould not have cut'and ,adding, particularly in long
offenders of traffic laws 19 attend while robbing' his office, have. to 6 ,
terms. items; ,. vast sums that not only add to our financing school The city has the pleaded guilty; p.m i "
<5327 N.W. 36th Ave.
dff : will also some day haye to be paid by ourilg4hildren. scool going and will instruct ,ot
: Metro offenders. The course runs The ILA despite heavy' oppo- Listen to WMBM or'see
three nights, with. one hour ses sition In New York and New Rags at' Good' Deed Thrift
,L' |rhe president said the net effect of congressional ac. sions. If you graduate you'll save Jersey will in probability again I 'Shop; 91& NW 2nd Ave..'.for.further1 .. ...,
tiq.P.n this session is to increase, not decrease federal) yourself a fine on your original become affiliated with the ;wv..- information..Everybody's!; ., 1
violation. CIO Union. An invitation tovx- ., welcome! at! '. .
spending.. ( join is expected from the convention : Johnny'a *
i-;. Reacting, Senator Lyndon Johnson .and Senator Geo.Sr4thers That Can-Can visit that Nikita now in session .4n San Special, prices for dealer. ,,

had their say. Johnson : "The President is trying Khrushchev of cost the 20th did Century-Fox not think much Stu- Francisco. :.> .. ./ ... .. .. of

to' art ,cold 'war. ..' v. ,. :: :"
a o' dio $50,000. Your Browser said, There has been talk about'un-

:\ | ae waited' until after" adjournment to launch such asleeping that the poor could have been given to sought der-the-table during the commissions negotiations beting for Advertise\.-- It, Pays!IWE
partisan attack. He considered the recent sesSIOn -
aa one of "constructive achievement."

refuteS.**Senator Eisenhower;Smathers administration of Florida said claims:' "The that 1959 Congressis record PUT ,A suP TO PAm 1 wmrni( .

a spendthrift organization.
... WITHJjfequ
"We have reduced the President's budget for the year i

"}by 1900000000."I had originally" predicted that we would reduce the r. rd' '; : ;E)

budget by a billion and a half. I'm happy to say that we 5. <:.
seven exceeded that." .
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The Congress has cut President Eisenhower's budgeta "
total of 12Vi billion dollars since 1955. i'

The President did give the Congress praise for pass : .WEATHERBOARD ,

ing the, labor bin and for providing funds for continuingthe .

national highway construction program. .. <... \
No Civil .Rights Bill was passed at the 86th, Congress :, ,' ;. .
but the life of the Civil Rights Commission has been ex- \ MADE OF REYNOLDS LIFETIME ALUMINUM ',;; ', ,

'tended for two years. This can be very helpful. The Com- v -

mission has"already reported many injustices, meted ,out to "
;.Negroes in vbting: and otherwise. '
They will undoubtedly make other revelations which wtIW

when....brought before the public should bring about the

necessary changes.NO. .
:( "

v. Just before adjournment Congress extended the life

.)Jof the Civil Rights Commission by two years. Those who la .,

fill the voids in citizens' rights is not 'being forgotten will

ask with some reason : Where does this leave us? And the

fact that the commission's extension had to be tacked as a tnstu erdOs"vjMun

rider on the foreign aid bill suggests a battle still ahead. +la ,

But there are encouraging factors, too : The pending he' [

Civil Rights bills remain on the calendar ready to be tak- Ti: ___
ten UP' with the whole second session ahead. And most important -

is the disclosure: a''bipartisan 'agreement among, .

"the Senate leaders that,"on or about 12 noon'Feb 15 some: . .
senator" will move to start action to quote Majority Leader : LT _=al, =bet Ghet Y.aAA

Johnson. ,. Life guardlUOTiriUWBHCMl" n .

I The commission's monumental report, just issued, M1DO all MlliIta ......... MR RtW ROMU
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ammunition which
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sals by some members of the commission gave Deep South unmnmMWUrftoucmuimrmt OA .
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opponents opportunity to sublimate their opposition froma w-wu..w. .. wwM..Nw... '::-:w14.' '
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seeming denial of voting rights to a defense of states' NO DOWN YMENT-UP tO 20 YIAIS TO PAT? .1.w.d....
rights: the proposal; to replace recalcitrant local voting PATS FOR mar IN SAVINGS ALONE .....

registrars with temporary federal appointees, and the
proposal to forbid by constitutional amendment all voter .-

qualifications except those of age and Biscayne Enterprises

j The more specific and extensive powers which, thereIs EE5EE:2
reason* to believe, Congress will enact before the end of INC.

; 1960 should help the cause of civil rights immeasurably. MAKERS OF BREEZEVIEW AWNINGS

'Meanwhile the commission can at least keep on doing BREEZEVIEW FLORIDA ROOMS

{what it has been doing: investigating the more blatant .
I violations of civil rights and spotlighting them for the BREE2 VIEW CUSTOM HOMES

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a Personal Mention THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper1SATUtfDAV

Around Miami r\ (Mrs, Bcaufcrd Webb>, of. Mld- : ? ,' SEPTEMBER 26( 1 59 ( PAGET5CLEAN.
.ville,' flat is house guest, ot.'' ber - .
cousin Mr.. and Mrs. Zeke Bradyin .

'. '. I their new home, 6645 NW 1 ...
By ) 24th court-,Mrs..,Webb's trip wits .

-.,... ".,. n.DAVEMr.wingBONDU'A. ............. II .....__....'.".'..u. ;. given her by her son, Willie ;; :. I. "e'.Ii: E4' A"I*5 -**- \)!
.I- Webb; tSatordayf Sept 19 a delicious '
e '
c' CLYDE KILLENS, one of MI..ami's dinner was served: in her : : :1y.j'' : ."
top-rut'club operators, has honor by her aunt, Mrs. Mary ;
turned the Fiesta Room of the Jane Roberts. Mrs. Webb ex- "J4LEAN. 1'4

Mary Elizabeth Hotel Into one of preses herself ,as having_ _a, wonderful ,- ,
the city's most talked about places scene in many a month. Could be } stay n the Magic' 1ty..

x>f entertainment. For the past cle faces..,will reappear with the
two: months, Clyde has brought In season? . Ida Williams Moore '
has decided take lessons Edwin Lloyd Jr., left Saturday
'.two'' wonderful white acts that to .Spanish \
just tore the house down. Ofcourse Sez Ida, we are' getting a night 'to attend Tennessee A and
promoter Dave Maflts:' was lot of Cuban customers and sinceI I University, while his sister El-
instrumental in getting this act gotta wait ,on them, I thoughtI'd vira is attending City ,College,
from the Beach for Clyde. This (ibetter learn to understandwhat New York. They are the son and
month's shew will be called "A I they are saying, Now whenI dau'Tihter' of l Sr. and Mrs. Edwin
Wireless Telephone,Office." Watch get a big tip, I know how to Lloyd, Sr. 4 |I L [ 1r
+this 'paper for the Fiesta Room say "loco, -chioo, loco," which
and for further details. It has means "crazy, man, crazy r I
.got toe good. -I
Sewing 'Circle 33rd FOR SALEPROFITABLE
DISC JOCKEY Ed Cook spins
'records in the day time and at AnniversaryThe I"r
,night his wife Phyllis has him
spinning yarn. You see, he's mak- Senior Dry Cleaning
Twllght Sewing
*in; baby: booties. He's gonna bea
Circle invite you to celebrate with Shop
'- daddy Alter seven years at ,
;!the Sir John Hotel, Girl Friday tern their 33rd' anniversary, Sun-
Mattie Coctper, was,given a fare- day, Sept. 27, 3:30: I?.m. at Temple GOOD LOCATION
aptist Church, 1723 NW 3rd ave.,
well party by Sam Rabin and cowcrkers -
Rev. L. A. Thompson pastor.
Jast Thursday evening., Reasonable Price
Mattie is now at Christian Hospital Mrs. Willie Mae Pinder is presIdent -
which shows that the new ,
and Mrs Mae Davis
,, Christian is on the ball .wit its tary. 544 ,NW 14th St. dlll,

very intelligent staff and service. I 4 .,}

> HOW ABOUT tome guy with
'a '54 powder blue Mercury hit
Helen' Walton's kid on Labor Day
and didn't stop? How can a ,man
jdo this sort of thing ,and, keep Have You made plans .for '
r>D C 9 H HIt
tgoingi? The child's shoulder bone y Your Restaurant! Or for the
I wall broken and' his leg too. His
stopping could have meant this I continuation iof ,Your Business '
(child's life. The hit and run -driver in the event of the
: is, being sought by, ,the police. death of Your Partneror } That's the super-dry taste you get h

t ." T.TIE MCALLISTER, Miami your Key Man. You can when you make your f IS M (" '::1

f Carver barmaid, 'r cuts,,..out' ,; for. not trust this to luck. Martini! with clean-tasting ... ..
Chicago to the World Se iesA Set i h
Dottle, "I've been saving a loHi For appointment to discuss YOUR LLED

time for this. . If you have problem callCharles. . FLEISCHMANN'SGIN pA ,GIN
pot holes on your street, don't Vorsek
,await until .the.,city makes ,up Its at .... c:
mind to fix them, call downtownand I S I TU 80140Representative ...-- : :
let tern know where your j I I
street''- is.-' A paving job is, badly I ; of the : ..,
needely on NW 67th st. between
15th':,and 7th ave. and 15th avel METROPOLITANlife DISTILLED FROM AMERICAN GRAIN
;. needs; allbs..1 tkriow there are'
:' e
some street'.repair* coming us Insurance
soon; ,but I reaUy! .don't .ranem CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY 'Of 1 iH
ber .those-streets being: mentioned;I
Barma CLYDE"KiLLENS ':I' :;:=
SIR JOHN ''d, Darn til
Ward, takes off for her, hccustacwrn Proudly present his
this'.weekend. Home, being ILous-: ONCE A MONTH For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call. ;. "
ton,, Texas . t Hot tip, of the
week: Get ready for February 17,
It will be a new thrill for everyone FLOOR SHOW. '
: -of another Dade County.first for,X the attended Negroes - Thurs., Oct. 15 BONDED COLLECTION : :

a meeting with the'"Top FIESTA CLUB
Boys", who asked me hot to tell
:t anyone about the event yet, but Title of next show
when |It is time to release the B d
"The Wireless
story you will be the first to know Office"Amateur Telephone AGENCY Inc. '.

I PRETTY Girl of the week: Doris Show ,
v' Yaeser . Policeman of the
I; Week: Jacob Frinks . Teacher Every TuesdayThe

< of the Week: Joe Kershaw . Triple Crown .
,'.k Pretty Boy of the Week: Heads '
"At Bonded no details are too small to 4 h
t', (at the Mary Elizabeth Hotel). .TALENT SHOW w

WHERE-18 DEPT-Jimmy WILson Begins Thur..,Oct. 1 get the personal attention of the ,Boss, if w ,'"" e'If

Freddie Walker Sgt. Jesse Music by necessary He is most considerate of"' ,
Nash, Evelyn Lyles. Herb DIZZY JONES
Jimmy Austin, Lillian Price anjMary '
And His Orchestra everyone.- Mrs. Hooks.
Smith. Not one of these
persons have been seen 'on the Bobby Marshall, M.C. I


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FROSH TO CLASHIN Your Vote is Neededto
Tulane fight the forces that seek

Open Against I KIWANIS GAMEThe to keep .you aSecond Class

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- annual Kiwanis
2nd Citizen.
A crowd of more than 40,000 is I "
almost certain to see the Univer- ity football game between the
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper" of Miami freshmen .
sity of Miami Hurricanes' when .
of Florida
they open their new season PAGE 6 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1959 and the University Friday,
be played
against Tulane University of the freshmen will HARLEM SQUARE
Southeastern Ccnierence: in the October 9 In the Orange Bowl.
sale at the University SWEET HOP
Orange Bowl tonight, Sept. 25. Tickets are on
Interest Is running high in the Mays Squeezes by COUNTY SCHOOL'STANDINGS: of Miami downtown tic- A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES

game, it has been reported by I|I won lost tie ket office.

Art Laskey, business manager of North Dade ;12.8In [CARVER 1 0 O.. Last year's (game attracted 13- COLD CUTS: COSMETICS

the Hurricanes. The season ticket I.I NH8-19.6 ..... 055 spectators as Miami'won 20-8 208 N.W. 10th Street
sale for 1959 University of Miami a game played in a driving and earned the right to keep the
games has been one of the largestin rain, the Mays High School Ram* MAYS 1 0 0 three-foot silver trophy that goesto ----.r.

Hurricane history. of Goulds, defeated the North Ncrth Dade'=12.8I the winner of each year's con- ,

Fans who trek out to the Or- Dade High Thunderbirds of Opa |I test.According
ange Bowl the night of Sept. 25, Locka by a close margin of 12 to BTW 0 0 0 to Kiwanis president Gray Hair Wanted!
will see the Hurricanes in acunPletely 8 Saturday night at Dcrsey Parkin George Naegele, a ticket sale of
new attack. It's a the second contest of the local NORTH DADE 0' 1. 0 $30,000 Is the goal. Proceeds. from Man or Woman

nuuuple offense, So complicatedthat school football season. i I I Lost May. 12.8 the game will go to the under- NOW YOU CAN LOOK
children of the area.
the team is working long privileged
Mays began the scoring on the NHS 0 1 0
hours, twice a day to absorb the science's
into the newest discovery
Florida's team comes
attack is first play cf the game tollowinghe Lost Carver 19.6
certain many formations.Id bring thrilling The fttotball kickoff, when halfback Fur- This week's games game with the best squad In the Auntie-Gray Pomade
school's history, according to
LJateAOod smashed
man ( off Mays at Carver
to the Orange Bowl this season. *acKie irctn his own 20 and ran I North Dade at Belle Glade freshman coach Sam Lyle. I Say goodbye to GRAY HAIR with

oo yards for the. Rams' firsttoucauown. BTW at Middleton The Gators haven't beat Miami I new pemade discovery. Apply
Carver DefeatsNorthwestern The try for point' for (hurricanes vs. Tulane-Friday) since 1955 and are pointing for simply as you would your reg.
no good. and ular halrdresslng. Imparts rut-
19-6 I the Kiwanis game a victoryover
Beau Jack to Help coach Tcm Pratt's baby urallooklng color leaves hair
Later in the same period North i beautifully soft and 'lustrous.
Coming from behind &ad sccrinj D.. e tied the score when fullback Introduce New PolishBeau I Hurricanes.: Won't rub off, wash out. N curtaining .

one toucadoaa: EX: the sraxii .:xj-s Rc ers plunged over The first Kiwanis freshman non.greasy. Color-tone

period* and two trctcacaii to tie firai.;rQC-t:a trcea: the 2 V<> climax a 55 yard' Jack the ex-lightweight game brought in over $21,000 Pomade conditions and grooms

Carver Horaets charm..Ion cf the world, will help which went to charity. Ticketsare hair. No other hair dressing need.
western Bulls t! -4: ItaSi: .T > Esquire introduce its new line of $2 for reserved seats and $1 ed. Send only $2.00 (tax Included -
in Miami Std... SS32 iiter in the ojyning period3daas I professional paste polish to boot- for general admission. ) for full 2 or.FREE .
ticrthwtstera naowed to t Jfc to veal ahead when halfback
Kickoff is at 8:15: pjn.
blacks. Now doing public relationsfor
scoring ccwssJt first any im tJbt a Yoong dashed off tackle SAMPLE
the firm, Beau is also a bootblack -
opening stain: wbst. JtaotetDenegai ; I *rocn. the Hams 42 and ran 53 in Miami Beach. He will Full 1 oz. sample value $1.00
t puceed cp> ere boB. ca j ya 'Srtt lie second touchdown. I I Free, rush today for Free sample
make and
goodwill trips demonstrate Beautiful HomeOn
the 22: aaa raa. tor z TIX Tbs try I. Agita lie 17 tsr point, was no I Name and address to:
lor point was EQ joccL I. pood. new
I I I the first time the companyis HAIRSHEEN'OF
In tae: secoad period the hornets Large Lot MIAMI
tied the score wben Freddie Early In the final stanza North manufacturing and distributinga 8163 N.E. 2nd Ave., Suite 8
Miller plunged over from: the four Dade closed the margin of the paste polish made exclusivelyfor Your lot can be a paymenton I I Miami' 38 Fla.too .
to climax> a 65 yard drive. score' when M..>s fullback Frank
Entering the professional field this bedroom new 2- I 1-
The' Hornets went ahead in tha from his own end zone, fumbled
final period on a pass from Er- I Woods attempted to punt out is in keeping with the policy of baths 2-car garage
nest Hart to James Gooden good the ball and fell on it in the end Irving J. Bottner, president, of i
for 51 yards and the second TD. zone for a safety for North Dade.Don't creating new products and mar- I I 5940 N.W. 23rd Avenue -
Molars: Paulk added the point kets for his company in the shoe
via a placement kick. I care industry. Mr. Bottner, a long Open 3-5 p.m. :

Carver increased its score late time Beau Jack fan personally
Baron JE 8-1340
Fret Fight! engaged him for public relations
in the last period on a 10-yard
pass from Hart to Leonard Wil-i position., -.... ....- USEDTVs'
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Eartha was Just :'worn out" 'has grabbed the song rights fora 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4-9998
That's all! In what seemed to be single release . It's by those
one of her tempermental moods masterminds Sammy Cahn and ,
Eartha Kitt just up;ed and walk- Alfred Newman and Just the

ed out of 'a Pittsburgh club right style for Johnny, who is
leaving everyone holding the bag sure to make it a hit.
and the manager ready to sue- -
but when she arrived in New Billy Eckstine loved Paris : PIANO SICK?

fork her first stop was to enter and even better cut and album p s
the Doctor's Hospital for a rest. there with Michel LeGrande
She said she was "just worn which we hope will be releasedin SEE WM. FINDER, Sr. I

out." America . Earl Grant made D
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Fresh from playing a strenuous when he made .
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engagement Allan Freed's dance. show _. the
Appolo Theatre here, Eartha Is ovation was tremendous. .
rehearsing for a Broadway play; 1935 N.W. 153rd St.

among other things and the Harry Belafonte finally agreedto SERVICECentral I

eight day date in Pittsburgh was an 8-week date at the Palace I MU 8-3770 .
just too much . No amount of Theatre here. beginning Dec. ,
coaxing could stir the star to returning 15 but Harry didn't get many of .
to the stage once she had 1 1
the big
requests he made. First
walked cff . .
Being tempera-
he wanted
a night off but that
mental and moody is one of her wasn't possible. Second he stat- s
trademarks --- and facing a suit ed "no matinees" he's now
for the consequences does not agreed to one Sunday matinee
seem to bother her . She did 3 p.m. The only things he got at Life Insurance Co.
just one show stayed for 15
were permission to bring in his
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own group as well as con- FOR YOUR
through . With a club full of ductor and I
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hair, her agent befuddled--Eartha
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packed and next thing the custo-
attendance records New
mers knew, she was at the air- rather wanted the Family Group PlanFather
poorer people
port enroute, to New York.
to be able to hear him.
Her New York doctor has Mother, Children-All Under One Premium

backed uu? her claim of Illness ..-- --...---..-- New-born Automatically Insured at Birth !f'

stating that if Eartha had stayedon
to finish the week out she you a wallflower?

would have endangered her voice Would you like to learn U danceIn Very Economical Family Protection in Any Amount
-But the Abriola Brothers, owners a private studio?
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believe a word they're seeing
their lawyers! Don Stracban's Dance Studio
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f 7168 N.W. 16th Ave. PL 7.8766
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C in ,that town is Miles Davis, the
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Birdland last month. Miles' quintet Consult Our District Offices or The Home Office 21" Picture Tube 24.'5 I I
was held over at the Show- 5 Year Warranty"

boat . The Ahmad Jamal Trio Electrical Contractor 1416 N. Boulevard, Tampa, Fla.
will many college campus
dates including Indiana U. and HOUSEWIRING
the U of Michigan as the college OFFICES ON FLORIDA'S EAST COAST
kids repeatedly request "progres- "Don't cuss Call us" TV JOE INC._

,vive jazz" exponents to visit them. MIAMI WEST PALM BEACH
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1 \ Rabble Rousers THE MIAMI TIMES-"the People Newspaper .

By William Henry Huff for ANP SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1959 PAGE 7
Between The Lines. '
They scatter poison here and -
By GORDON HANCOCK -.- But, wex still neutralize It; s

L We care wonder; what> produced their NAACP Urban League .

THE MIGHTY DOLLAR OR, They do not minimize It. .
We'll \not stand still nor back. !
THE RASM'USSEtfS'The ward move Charge N.Y. Race Bias

world was recently stirred No matter who desires It;
by the marriage of one of the Our worth we now amply prove -
scions of the mighty Rockefeller And they, too, should admire It. NEW YORK NAACP Labor

family to al Norwegian beauty of Secretary Herbert. Hill and Ed- As toward ridding the-
humble birth. Iii its heart the ward S. Lewis, that Negro and steps
New York waterfront
world regarded the marriage as B&P Women MeetThe Puerto' Rican longshoremenare
Mr. Hill recommended -
a condescension of Rockefeller, 'a ,systematically discriminated
(a) cancellation of -
son of wealth and affluence, whileas Business and Professional against throughout the Port of governmental
contracts with
a 'matter of fact it may not Women's Club of Murrell Branch I New York and have called for federal companies
which violate the
have been a condescension at all. YWCA held its first, meeting of governmental and trade union
policy of non-discrimination; (b)
' Rockefeller has no claim to great- the season at the home of.presi- acton to halt this discrimination. action by the governors of New
ness nor superiority "save that dent, Gloria Braynon. A calendar The charges were made at York and New Jersey to elminl-
which comes to his toeing the son .rr of program activities for the year news conference here on Sept. 14. nate "the vicious abuses whichare
of a multi-millionaire, a dubious was accepted; Miss Helen Trout- In a statement made at the conference inherent the 'shapeup'system
distinction after all. 1, ten Gordon K. Hancock man was elected corresponding Mr. Hill! declared that and which in are of special
secretary to fill the vacancy left the denial of Job opportunities toNegro concern to Negro and Puerto
The young man has accomplished by Mrs. Alonza Self who now and Puerto Rican workerswas
Rican longshoremen" (c)
nothing aside from being a somewhere down the line some resides in Chicago; and plans the "result of collusion between reconsideration by the; executive
Rockefeller whose grandfather ancestors' who worked hard and made to held services for- installation the International Long council of the AFL-CIO' of Its
amassed a vast fortune by his made sacrifices of officers on Tuesday shoremen's Association and the
the ILA to
decision to readmit
shrewdness in manipulating an Sept. 29, at the Dixie Park auditorium management of steamship lines
oil empire. The stir created by If Negroes would became a at 8 pm The public Is and stevedore companies" membership, in the federation as
the marriage of a wealthy Rocke- great financial 'power, somebodymust .invited to attend' the installation long as it is a party to racial discrimination -
feller to the humble Rasmussen work hard and sacrifice service. A "Get Acquainted Par- Amontj companies' which discriminate .en the waterfront.
maiden of Norway just goes to somewhere down the line. Great I ty" for new members will beheld the NAACP spokesman
show how tremendously power- fortunes cannot be accumulated I at the home of Mrs. Willie F. charged is the American Steve
ful is' the mighty dollar.So ;otherwise. Hard work and sacri- Williams, 145ff NW 59th st. Fri- dores, Inc., which supplies laborto
fice, are the price that must be day, Sept. 25 at '8 un. We were the Brooklyn Army Tormlnal. Do Yourself A Big "ay.wl!
mesmerized is the world paid by those"who would !be financially sorry to learn of the Illness of This company, he asserted "b
over the dollar, it would be exceedingly strong. Miss Joan Parramore and hope violating the anti-discrimination REGISTER TO VOTE
difficult to find a person We clause contained in its contracts
for her speedy
a recovery.
'who does not feel that the The too free spending habits of were happy to have our executive with the federal (government." 116 W. FUffUr Street
Rockefeller heir .VoAroes are not conducive to
actually conde-
A. Louise
director, Mrs. B'Taylor
scended when he married the Building cf great fortunes. Some
with who explained the
us purpose -
Riasnvussen years ago I was enroute to Egypt
girl. Good luck to
of the increase in membership -
them, for young Stephen Rockefeller and Palestine and happened to fee from $1.50 to $2.50, and For FREE Pick-up and
is not to .be blamed for meet a friendly Englishman who in Delivery Service onPrescriptions
helped us .to.P'lan( our program
having been:) born the son of a gas cnroute to Calcutta for a soJourn with national standards.
keeping r
millionaire of seven We had our
nor must his bride years. Mrs. Mary Lljhtfoot and Miss
be blamed for having been born first meal together, on one of the
Carmen Dean were welcomed to
beautiful and lucky. finest English liners cruising the the SERVICE
Mediterranean, with hundreds of group. LR"A:
The point !being made here Is wealthy Englishmen aboard. Miss Gloria Branynon, is DRUGSTORE

to the call Negroes once more to the the Importanceof attentionof The Englishman ordered T- ident and Miss Enid Curtis, young, ';,, "Prescription Compounding
adult director
the dollar in today's world. bone steak for dinner. I, cf course"Sundrie.
The fact remains that the dollar followed. The only Negro aboard
Is going to play a tremendous must not be short! This kind of ,-f"} Gifts
I I.-art in this whole process of desegregation thing went on until we parted at For The Highest in ; Patent Medicines
and integration about Pert Said, Egypt. But before my
which we hear so much today trip was ended and again in New COSMETICSCall Greeting Cards
Young Stephen Rockefeller York I was eating Hamburger. .
YUkon 3.5681 W.
1240 N. 3rd Ave.SI1uNlcY .
important today because his Started oift eating Tbone steak
"SANDS"Also .,
grandfather made a sacrifice and "rt'ox-
and wound up eating ham-
Phone FRanklin 3-2932
lived small yesterday. burger. Somewhere down the line "..tfUtpnil .Pli, rm rlHl .

It is all right for the Negroesto my English friend had forbears Miami Times Newspaper "'
press for their rights, and for who made T-bone steaks possible ) 4 "tI O W ; _

the privileges pertaining thereto, for him. I had no such forbears.If ,
but unless the Negro can some- the Negro'would have a T-
how strengthen his economic position 'bone steak tomorrow, somebodymust
in the nation and the world eat hamburger today. In FOR RENT
his full citizenship will be indefinitely order to accumulate the dollar
postponed. It is Just as that made the Rockefeller nup- Fully Equipped
well that we lace the fact now as tial a world event some Negroes In downtown section
later that unless the Negro can must save and work hard and 04PROUDLY+
somehow find larger economic sacrifice. The'dollar is mighty in ALL READY TO OPEN
opportunities and the dollars that .oday's world! Reasonable .
i liO along with them, he is still a Very
long way from the Promised Land.
PHONE FRanklin 3-9368

The Twentieth Century culture
helps the Negro, as others, fix his
gaze on the stars, but unless star- .22 Cal. Revolver PRESENTS
gazing is somehow tied up with
dollar-making the Negro if lost!

This writer has a grandnephew FOR RENT by SUMMONS THE 0

in Harvard university. He

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examinations and that prayer had tile baths. 6312 NW 18th Ave. .

brought him through. But I ,warn-
ed him that he had better not $35.00 per week
depend too much on prayer; to
.. meet those Harvard examinations SHOW"SUNDAY
Call HI 4-2448 HI 6-0173
but rather depend on hard study. 13.95 or

The Irish general had the right Precision mad 6>shot revolverby DAY OR NIGHT B P.M.
idea when he exhorted his men Europe's finest gunsmith 6"
on the eve of a defensive battle overall length. Polished bin*' .
thus: "Men, trust in the Lord, ieel. REAL . NOT A BLANK.
but in the last analysis the man Fires .22 Cal. short ammo. Side
with the dollar is going to have gate loading eerewln ejector rod.
charge of things. Ideal for plinking target practice 1220
or protection. 10-day money I '
The Rockefellers and the Fordsare back guarantee. Only $13.15.
having the last word these COD'f require $5.00 deposit. FOR SALE CBS HOMES
days; because they have the advantages Shipped FOB Chicago, express On Your Dial
which the hard word charge collect. Send cash, checkor
and sacrifces of their forbear money order to:
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Nearly 300 children received eye ex- that this service! may be offered again at'' The young loves raging...
aminations at the Eye-Mobile jointly sponsored an early date. Scores of children who came And all he young land waiting. f '
by the local chapter of Alpha Kappa in the lat e afternoon had to be turned ..tiGv
Alpha Sorority Dade County Optometric away after the day's quota had been filled. WHITNEY : :..rptOt0A11

Association and Ryder, Inc. on Saturday During the screening two optometristswere
Sept. 12. Pictured above is one of the assisted by volunteers from the so-
groups waiting to be processed. rority. Mrs. Ruble Mizell is basileus of the

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Woman's Day Open Letter to THE STATEMENT ACT OF AUGUST REQUIRED 24, 1912 BY, MM!::+y t :++,y?_ : \

Parents and TeachersDear OF MARCH 3, 1933, AND JULY
Mt. ZionEmphasizing 2, 1946 (Title 39, United States
parents and teachers: Code, Section 233)) SHOWINGTHE
the active participation -I The regular meeting of the OWNERSHIP, MANAGE- STARTS SUNDAY
of every wioman of Mt. North Dade Junior-Senior High MENT, AND CIRCULATION OF ,
Zion, Baptist Church, Woman's School PTA will be held Monday, THE MIAMI TIMES published .oIo.
Day, Oct. 18, holds the '!promise' Sept. 28 in the auditorium, beginning weekly at Miami, lorlda for '\ -w;!
of a day crowned with success. at 8 pjn. Please be (present Sept. 30, 1959. gl ,
Various committees are organized and on time. The names and addresses of FOR THE BIG "
and working diligently under Mrs. Agnes McCoy, president the 'publisher, managing editor
Charles D. Wyche, princpalUpholstery ROCK n ROIL BaU! 10
f the efficient leadership of Mrs. and business managers are: :
Dorothy Newton as general chair Publisher, H. E. S. Reeves, "If
'i man. 1424 NW 69th St., Miami.
Editor, H. E. S. 'Reeves, 1424
Local church and civic organi- We cover all type of furnitureat NW 69th St.Managing.
zations as 'well as the general *
a reasonable tprce Sunbright editor, Garth C,
to attend .
public are being urged
Upolstering Work, 1449 NW 3rd
Reeves, 6851 NW 13th Ave., Mi-
both the morning and evening
ave., phone FR 71239.; 017
I wtorship services.:; A dynamic ami.Business. : Julius lA ROSA : nooucnu c '
1 speaker has been selected for the manager, Garth C. CCIUMBU .

, formally morning announced services and later.will At the be I RITZTHEATRE Reeves Miami., 6851 NW 13th Avenue, PAUL' ANKA DANNY JUNIORS ROY HWUCVlNlfMARHNWIEDEUA / V J ;:...

evening services a guest panel The owner is H. E. S. Reeves, / REESE.1HE ROYAL TE S 'w
will consider for discussion the 1424 NW 69th St., Miami.
theme for the day, "Let All The known bondholders, mor-
Women Dedicate Their Lives, gagees and other security holders PHYllis NEWMAN[ / CONRAD IANIS JOY HARMANj! .
Their Talents, Their Time to STARTS SUNDAY owning or holding 1 percent or \ "
Christ." mere of total amount of bonds, HEAR THE r' :
"Angry Hills" mortgages, or other securities are
A 'buffet supper on October 18 None.
r I will culminate the rally which is Robert Mitchum The average number at copiesof I i ROY HAMILTONAND
t an integral\ part of the Woman's Plus each issue of this publication I
I Day celebration. At this time all sold or distributed, through the S \
f financial business will be com- "Mating Game"Paul mails or otherwise, to 'mail sub- S
pleted, making the actual cele- Douglas scribers during the 12 months DELLA REESE
bration on Sunday one of fellow- preceding the date shown above .
ship and reverence. was
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Along Freedom's Rbad *' Sunday'''afternoon the pastor t :I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER .26, '19S';::}! \ PAGE 9

accompanied by a group from the .
church Will leave the church at \ t. '". "
--- By RUTH PERRY----' -#\ =t. 4.:<*pjn. oh a missionary to for our Sunday School childrtQ [ message *,
I ,' visa much enjoyed. Our Sunday tanornlnf our juniors
"""I. Kendall 'Hospital. "' was very
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-- - - - the; treat last, Sunday morning guestr speaker, Rev. Harold Brown will oecup/the pews,
Governor LeRoy Collins' madea any section of'' the United States., I '.. participated, He delivered an able; t11f ht .the! .senloy;choir.r Jj l

speech' in' New England the Northerners are to blame.! in these .. ,.J:\
other day. It was moderate talkas areas, too, for both North and : ':x;; ,
{ 1 f v' '!
usual no demagogic' rantings South have been too prone to > '
or extreme phrases. He appearedto think of the ''"Negro 'problem" as tI\\t\
be very factual in his discus- a political ,football to be kicked Happy the home that'sheated t4'l.

sion of Northern and Southern. around by every potential vote- .. . '
demagogues, especially when he getter, or statistics to be gathered . '. '\.
said that.'there are no boundaries feT economic and sociological \ '. .'"f I
where this type of politician is surveys. Thus the apparent logic ': with '.. \ '/
concerned. But right about here and reasonable phrases used by ". : ,; *(; ;:' ;' .

Governor Collins began to show Southern politicians as their t" .. \ .,' '.
his Southern heritage as he triedto apologia for keeping! the Negroin : \
Justify the South's guilt by second and third rate positions "
placing the blame equally on the leaves me unmoved.
North and the South for the so- ,Words are fine, ana expressions
called "N: Uro problem." '! I of goodwill are fine, too. But j/ '
HALF TRUTHS these words do not explain away natural I .gks. :
a lot of things to me or to Ne- j1
I :
Governor Collins has tried to groes who live and spend their
be a moderate in his 'public ap money in the South who pay
proach to desegregation, and 'to taxes, who help pay the salariesof '
Southern officials, and who In .
some extent he has succeeded. : '
There is no doubt but that Collins return are asked to wait a coupleof JI' .'
has created a better impres- hundred more years for ,
sion throughout the United States "things to proceed along in a i. r
than ether:; Southern governorsfor natural. evolutionary manner." Clean automatic. ,
example, Faubus of Arkansasor Fine words don't have much economical, . \ I
Patterson of Alabama. Collins meaning' a Netfro veteran who
has tried and succeeded to a great has money to spend in a store, -
extent in keeping repressive racial bat must use the back entrance safeguards health. . keeps every '
legislation from passing the : to get into that store. And whn
Florida State Legislature. B u f he decs, to find out he cant try
Governor' Collins is still a South- 'on a suit because he is a Negro. t' corner
erner and; cannot help showinghis I And speaking of words' tram
feeling about states' rights 01 i newspaper and TV accounts, one
I might think that Orchard Villa "
attempting every chance he getsto
try to Justify the South's' position and its token integration. was .
regarding its, Negro minor- conceived of wholly by the Dade I,I I I
County School Board as goodwill
ity.This evidence of compliance with the .. \ :
Collins has done, as it has Supreme Court's decision. I would
been done so many times in the believe this whole-heartedly if I
past, by trying to place the re- 'didn't recall that this "compliance" ,
sponsd'bility' and blame equally was five years overdue. I
Upon the North. In this way, true Let's not fool ourselves with < .
conditions in the South are hid- I soft-spoken phrases and gentle I
den in the smog cl halftruthsand words let's keep the record ,
eloquent phrases. Northerners straight. I firmly believe that If I
hearing speeches of this kind, a school suit had not been toastywarm'S
In line with this type of argu- brought against the Dade County 'I' I
ment, will begin to think (so School Board by Negroes inter-
Southerners hope) that conditionsare ested in seeing that their children ,
not so bad after all in the equality -of opportunity and edu-
South if only, the NACP wouldn'tbe cation, there would not now have
so fanatical and violent, and been an Orchard Vila
that perhaps after all, it might be I .
best to let the Soutix; "handle ACTION NOT WORDSWe
matters in its own way and in
its own time. recognize that Orchard Vil- '
la Is Just barely a start in the "
This kind of propaganda spread right direction., Let us keep our L
around the country by southern sense of proportion and not be : H
politicians is almost as harmfulas tooled gain and again by soft
bomb-throwdnj' by extremists. words and fine phrases. Determined "
People do not recognize the dan- and persistent action speak .'
ger in a speech of this kind., And louder than words, and so it !Is
in line with the remarks made *.n with the question of desegregation .: ,
column last week, I remind in the "
my South. If left to the ::4' ',
you again that prejudice and big- South to be "brought about in g .. ":
otry know no boundary lines. Along the natural evolution of things"I t I
as there are human beings, am afraid that total desegregation 4 la" \,
some of them will be prejudiced.But is still a long, long way off. ". . '
we must not allow halftruthsor Words don't count for anything This winter's going to be different!

smoke-screens to cover up tin when Negro children in Little 'For the first time, Floridians can I"
specific matter in hand desegregation Rock must go to the school of ,,
in the south. This we their choice under guard. Words enjoy America most widely used .1

are concerned with, and no do not mean much when it is the home heating fuel-natural gas. 'f
amount of excuses, whitewashing the action of voting that to f ,4 I.
or red herrings in the guise wanted. Words lose their mean- x: >s ; There'll be no more worries about
of fine and fancy phrases will ings when one has the money but 'i w sudden chilly spells and bogged-down '"
make the South as the
appear can't buy the home of one's
heroine of the play, and the North choice. fuel,deliveries.. Natural gas is '

the ugly villain. As I recall, there are some fine -, delivered continuously to your home ;. iij.j.;'..
words and phrases In the Constitution \\.1
WORDS, WORDS, WORDS of the United States. Have ::1 'L you never run out, never have to

When the Negro ceaseS to be these words lost their meaning, reorder.So I
fine phrase in the polished too?
speeches of Southern politicians, check our showroom or see your
and stops being a vote or a sta- WANTEDMEN tf dealer now. You'll find a complete
tistic and becomes a person in tho
eyes of the American public, then AND WOMEN singers for f -4 selection.' Easy terms, tool!
we won't have to worry too much- spiritual singing. Also a pianoplayer ;
Call FR 90223.JAMES .
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well above 700. She was identi-
DIXIECRATS OUTMANEUVERED . College fied as Miss Monica Patricia Cal-

Approved For der. .
A representative of the immi-
Foreign Students. gration service's district office in
Aid Miami telephoned ,Gibbs JC pres-
: Congress Passes Foreign ST. PETERSBURG The U.S. ident John W. Rembert last weekto
Immigration Service has formally inform him that the junior college -
approved Gibbs Junior College has 'been approved for the
tor the admission of foreign stu- admission/ of alien students Con-
dents. firmation of fThis action by the immigration. was received two days later -
Bill with Civil Rights Rider and naturalization branch ol' the I in a letter from District Director -
Justice Department clears the Edward P. Ahrens.ASTHMATICS.
way for the Junior college to admit :
its first alien student, David'
ACTION EXTENDS the rights rider, took a bad beat- ed the measure, '1-18. Daxon, who is to arrive here from
ing in the balloting.In The House, after first approv- Nassau, Bahamas.
LIFE OF RIGHTS the Senate, segregationist ing the money bill without the
Daxon admission
members had only the satisfactionof applied for to
venting their spleen in rider, relented and adopted both, the college in late August but his Want simple, effective r f' I I f', r
BODY Ji r from choking, rocking broil
221-81. application was deferred pendingthe
speeches before that body adopt; "*
chlal asthma spasm? (; t.t'1I1I
college's approval by the U.S.
By Ins what
agency. Breatheasy see )ou

WASHINGTON (ANP) THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" 'Meanwhile a student who recently have been'missing... There'H no
Congress, in a rush" to beat the arrived here from KIng- substitute for original Breath '.
Khrushchev deadline, early Tues- PAGE 10 SEPTEMBER, 26, 1959 ston, Jamaica has registered in easy inhalant "nebulizing wl .
day, Sept 15, passed a $3,225- the college's two-year business Get comfort by breathing: (jimr.
813,000 foreign aid bill with an -..- -- terminal course, helping, to push- anteed. .
attached rider appropriating $500- .... the college's over-all enrollment j & j DRUG DKIT. HTOKK
life ity to justify your iife. Don'tpass
000 for the extension of the
of the Civil Rights commissionfor PHIL OSSOFER tt up./ Help eliminate racial
another two years. segregation, the modern day formof -

The last-ditch action outmaneu- SAYS: slavery. YOU ASKED FOR IT!
vered Dixie solons in both the CombineOr
House and Senate who had sought So here it ,is-A full ONE YEAR
end the life of the commission.In .
to Those who failed to attend the Remain AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE
earlier had suc-
moves, they
ceeded in bottling up civil rights I dynamic mass meeting held of a Enslaved Policy for most people with only
legislation in committees in the week ago -by CORE (Congress
House and Senate. Racial Equality) missed a historical < $15 DOWN PAYMENT
Free X-Rays In
event. This fine organization i

LOCKED IN RULES. demonstrated the workings of i SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY
COMMITTEEIn what is no doubt one of the I Liberty CityThe
greatest weapons[ for ridding the
the House, a bill to extend country of racial, segregation. mobile unit of the Dad e 645 N.W. 36th St. 27th Ave. Farmers' Market
the life of the commission and to PL 9-5284
County Tuberculosis Associationis NA 4.1811
make obstruction of desegregation Using the same non-violent direct offering free tuberculosis chest '
ccurt orders a federal offense and ,. .. I
approach that enabled Mahatma .
I. X-Rays Sept. 24 and Sept. 25 at
to protect the voting rights of Gandhi to Win India's Liberty Theatre, 6702 NW 15lh .... .
Negroes, had been bottled up in l. freedom from England, CORE is ave., from 10 axn. to i ,p.m. and -
the rules committee. Committee
sure of success, providing every- 3 to 6 p.m.
chairman is Howard Smith of one helps. Here is the ideal way OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOUSEE
Virginia, a prosegregationist.The for the peace loving, yet dissatis- For the first three days of this
same condition existed in fied man to help himself and his week, the unit was at Liberty
the Senate on similar legislation, people to obtain full citizenship, Square Housing Project. THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
despite support 'by Senate Leader
as "guaranteed" by the consti
Lyndon Johnson, who. was __said tution.It .
to favor a provision maKing :flight, I Beautiful Home OB I
over state lines to avoid prosecu- takes favorable public opinion -
tion for school and church bomb- to make needed changes, and Your Lot
ings a federal offense. Where CORE is awakening a sleeping
Smith held the line for segrega- public' to the Injustices of racial ('ua detuctivx
tionists in the House, Sen. James segregation. Someone once said,
Eastland of Mississippi was the "The right time to do the right .
chief obstacle in the Senate. East- thing is right now." This isOODE"s
land had reportedly stalled all attitude. Nothing is accomplished -
efforts to report even a moderate ,without ac'titoui' and
rights bill out of the Senate ju- CORE needs everyone's help to

dicary ccmmittee. succeed. Join up I This work of Complete building servicee
The stallings so angered Sen.
peace calls for a piece of work.
Thomas Hennings one of the liberals -
in the upper house, that he CORE and NAACP, each work- .
and colleagues threatened to bypass ing In its own field, are two hands e BUILDING
the judiciary committee by with which to grasp the objective. e FINANCING A
attaching a civil rights amend- Both are striving for the same Your New Horn
ment to some important bill pend- end, the end of segregation. Two
ing in the Senate. ands e REPAIRING
are of no use unless they
017 years of Experience guide and protect you through
WEREN'T BLUFFINGAs are attached to a living body, In S REMOQBLINQ
this case the body oif a subjugated e RENOVATING Life an a Lighthouse guide the hip in A stormW1IKN

things turned out, the liberals humanity, aroused to seek
were not bluffing. Using justice through democratic means. Over Twenty, Year of OTIIICIIS YOU SEE ME
the foreign aid money bill as Don't Conrtructlon Experience For Success in Business And Love
their trump, they skillfuilly- let the dynamic leader-
tached the rider at a crucial moment ship afforded by these valiant Guaranteed .atoetactlon CONSULT HER -

during a 21-hour, 21- organizations come" to .naught. 9 You can now have your home made happy
minute final session which left Wake upl! Remember the (wisdom LtJaL7( and
Get Hold
position so long wantedDon't
lawmakers weary-eyed and spent of George Washington Carver, I you
and anxious to 'go home. who said, "No individual has aright I mmv (!)@ Stay in the rut, get out now
I Thus the congressman barely to come'into the world and By the help of God she can help you
had time to enact the bill with go out of it without leaving behind I NE 6-6171
its rider and leave before Russian him distinct and legitimate Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in
Premier Nikita Khrushchev reasons for having passed through 1121 NW. 29th Street troubleIt

I arrived for the talks with Presi- it." Miami will |11ft7 you to call and see this Gifted Medium First
dent Eisenhower They '
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want to ask the Soviet visitor to be touched by this strange "mysterious power
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THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoplea Newspaper"

Negroes Integrate :SATURDAY, .SEPTEMBER 26, 1959 PAGE 11

Memphis College .
t) Rectal Diseases o Varicose Veins

Effective, painless, non-surglcai office treatment at'low cost

'NO TROUBLEAT I 'no lots time or Income. Avoid surgery and hoapltallzatlon. Why

ALL ,wear truss Why suffer, delay and get worse?
Gunmen Take
MEMPHIS, Tenn. The first *
Special medication, treatment-, dleta for arthritic neuritis, ulcers
Negro students in the history of
Memphis State*University attended blood pressure, sinus, anemia, lost vigor, chronic diseasesof

incident opening classes without from SupermarketThree men and women. -

Police /prowl cars, lurked discreetly DR. LONG'S CLINIC REDUCING ..
near various entrances to'the""big tough-talking gunmen 21 8.W. 13th Ave., FR 32743 A General Health Service'
campus but there were forced six grocery store employesto I
no uniformed officers in evidence I lie on the floor last Friday Selassie Offers Back
Nor were they needed. I and took $7,000 in bills and coins
The eight neatly dressed Negroes -I "Hurry up! Hurry ups! Open to Farm ProgramADDIS

arriving separately! walk-' that safe," one bearded gunman' ABABA, Ethiopia jkS 2IS8 L. *
ed across the campus unhurriedly, barked at Frank Hamilton, man- In a back-to-the-farm movement pxQ
drawing brief stares from some ager of Consumer's Supermarket Emperor Haile Selassie Monday
of the school's 4500 white stu at 2201 NW 62nd St., police said. broadcast an offer of land to the
dents. However there was no atmosphere -I The bandits rushed into the landless and loans at 2% per
OIl< hostility. store .just as produce manager cent interest.He .
They posed calmly on the stepsof Harry Thompson of 2481 NW urged people to form cooperatives -
the administration building at 95th St., was turning the key to warned against lazi-
the request of news photographersbefore the front door at 10:45 pan ness, hoarding and noncooperation .
heading for Dean George Inside, they fired one shot into and said the ablebodied not
Pratt office. the ceiling and put a gun to remain and loiter in cities.
There they received their books, Hamilton's head. They forced
a chart of the campus and a last Thompson, his wife, and four PLANTSFruit
minute check on their classes. bagiboys to lie on the floor and
Ralph Prather, 18, said: stuffed the money into a pillow trees, flowers, shade trees.
"There was no' sign of any One of the largest variety selection
hostility from the students that case.As they fled out the front door in Miami. Come by and takea
we passed on the campus. In fact and jumped into a car, a Metro look.
one ef'them spoke a very !pleas- patrol car spotted them and gave ALONZA KELLY
ant 'good morning. chase, but they escaped. Ins NW 67th St. OX 1-0547 I C.M Iolliwtt.,Sr. Prop.

.Another African Nation NOW RENTING!

'Wins\. Self Rule 1 t and 2 Houses Bedroom- Stores Apartments

Basuto IndependenceIrks Brown Sub Coconut Grove

[SALUTES NATIONAL South Africa Liberty City Downtown

LONDON Britain Monday
granted limited self-rule 'to the WILSON RENTAL AGENCY, Inc.
tiny Basuto nation whose land-
L WEEKFlorida locked territory in South Africa
!is claimed by the Union of South 1307 N.W. 3rd Ave FR 4-0116

Florida Power and Light Co. Africa.A, new constitution. allows..
!salutes our nation's free
press Basutolanders regardless of
"during National Newspaper Week Elks MembershipTea
race, color or creed to vote for
,Oct. 15 through 21, National their first elected parliament. It
Newspaper Week is proclaimed Sunday will meet next February.The FARRAN'S PALMISTRY STUDIO
by President Eisenhower in tribute -
I, the and mile ., Farran, life reader, adviser,
to 1,770 daily 9,000weekly The membership drive tea 12,000 square country
newspapers published in I. has a population of 783,000: with power Mme. Ferrari Is na
I the country. For this 20th annual sponsored by Greater Miami almost entirely Negro. known, highly recommended.
celebration the theme Is "Your Temple No. 769 Sunday, Sept. 27 The move, announced by the '
Freedom's Text- commonwealth relations office F rr.n, the wonder lady of Miami,
Newspaper from 5 to' 7 pm. at the Greater ,
book." And, your newspaper, is, Miami Elks Club, 364 NW 17thst. appeared likely to anger the nationalist F.tlonally to help you with your per
indeed, Just that. Throughout government of Sou t h .
will be of the most outstanding
one -
America today, our newspapers Africa on two counts 5.....
play an important role in protecting according to the general unhappy Does bad luck eeem

our three great freedoms chairman Dt. Hester Rivers, Dt. 1 It sets back, seemingly your Are you discouraged, sick

freedom of the press, freedom Enid 'Reese is mistress of ceremonies indefinitely, any chance that Britain ..? Mme. Far ran" remove evil
of sc-eech, and freedom of relig will bow to' South African
ion. Our right to know the truth Dt. Myrtle Davis will be demands to hand over Basutolandand Reunites the separated Turns failure Into success,

and our desire to, learn all the the speaker. Dt. Alto Screen at two other nearby Negro pro- health and happlneea. Phone NE 4.3217 for appointment.If .

facts are conscientiously guardedby membership table Dt.: Pinkie tectorates Swaziland., Bechuanaland and cannot come send 2 one dollar bills,with stamped,
newspapers today throughout Lowe registrar, and Dt. Lucille, you
our country. For these reasons, of social eelf.addrewed envelope for your Solar Horoscope.
Martin, chairman ses 2 It outs across a basic prin-
Florida Power and Light Company sion. ciple of South Africa's whitesupremacy 27th Ave.
is pleased to join the salute >wrnment denying Take Buses 15 or 24 4500 N.W.

to our nation's free press during The hostesses are Dts. Fay equal political rights to nonwhites.The .
this National Newspaper Week. Wltherepoon, Ida Fuller, Lillie British announcement

born, Vera McCrilirn", Melissa described the granting of he
Baldwin and Alfreda Scott. The constitution as significant. It said
Attention PleaseWhy Greater Miami Bills will serve as 76 of the 80-member parliamentwill

hosts. be Negroes.Join .
our nations spend to muchto
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cure diseases. Four letters Marion Muldrow is Dt. Ruler
cause It, In the mind of man,,back and Dt. Hester Rivers, general The NAACP MAGIC
It with the bible, and one word chairman. '

will cure us. See hit disciple: .

B. 8. 1208 N.W. 62nd Street
North 'Miami Beach, Fla. t AT

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They can SERVICE
's d:. be sold-
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on your lot ;l only par .
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plain theircontents. SPENCER
We take care of financing' .. t I
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NO MONEY DOWN can not alone begin ---- -. FAST SERVICE *' ?,:- ', .
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Cash paid for your lots or i veal to you 9 ..m. 9 p.m.
homeSEYMOUR of why you may not be able to win. Yes between these
the facts
will learn the secret of how the astrologists get their O TUBES CHECKED FREE
pages you first time wby you bare
BARON You may find out for the '
Winninl number.catch anything by peculation on stocks and bond. Cuban O 10% DISCOUNT ON ALL PARTS
failed to''
what to do to
JE 8'1340Licensed and other forms of numerology! These' books tell you
track often! You can not afford to be withoutthlse
the winning
Insured n
and low price of only $3.00 for both. This maybe
book for the very Summer Special
chance to make a killing ind say goodbye
worries your forever. Tell your friends only after you are on a better roadto

success. Be the first. Order yours today. CALL OR COME IN TODAYEight

Register Send to JAMAICA CANDLE SHOP, 6985 N.W. 15th Ave.

Needed Miami 41, Florida .
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];rank" C. Martin. Elementary'school
12 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER. 26, 1959 DEATHS .Is."oft to a'blgstart with Haynes and Holmes,

many new 'plansj. or- making this
school' year a vepr uocessful one. CARPENTERS ,
'vt .;. There are maoy new.teach. rs AND '1' '' I
Richardson ',
: ? : ;v Joining the faculty, this year,
Mrs. Elnora ,
them are,
Mrs. Nora'Blake, 37, ,ttW,5th Etchison, Mrs. Carolyn Bell, Mrs. EXPERT REPAIRMEN ,
ave., died In Hollywood,.Sept. 19. Bernice _Paulk, Mrs. Jean H. .." '
OF THANKSThe IN, MEMORIAM Funeral will be held Sept. 26 Ybung Dormerjy' of RJR. Mototf Call NE 5-8976 '
from the; St. Andrews Episcopal Elementary, and, Gary Brown,
family of the late Church of Danla at 11,' a/tn, Mrs. formerly 'of Phyllis Wheatley
MRS. FRANCES SAUNDERS Blake' is the daughter of Mrs. Elementary.. In addition there or NE 3-3046
wish to thank their many friends Beatrice Burrouhs of Danla and were two new members added to
and neighbors for the kindnessand Y sister of Mrs. Beatrice Burroughs the custodial staff Mrs. Inez
sympathy shown them during Richardson (Mrs. Lovell of :Miami Swain and Mrs.; Kate Collins.
their recent: ,bereavement Special .
thanks to Ven. John E .Culmer Due to the tremendous Increasein
and the officers and members of Mrs. Mamie Knight, 137 NW ,enrollment during the past Only $895 DownNew
St. Agnes Church; Father Elisha 17th st., died in Jackson Hospital sumimer! It was necessary to..:.add '
Clarke and The Church of the 'on Sept 20. Funeral services held more teachers to the :faculty after NW 56th st. area. Very nice
Incarnation and the Transfiguration from the Richardson Chapel on the, first two weeks of school, 2-bedroom( home with Florida
Mission, Opa Locka. Thanks.for Friday, Sept. 25 with Rev. O. E. so. ,far ,the following have officially room. Could be used as third
your cards, telegrams, letters, Turner officiating. Burial in Ever- joined the family Miss bedroom!:extra utility room on
floral pieces, cars and other expressions green Memorial. Annie Dean and Willie O. Palmerformerly large lot,.near bus and schools.
of sympathy. of Glenwood Elementary, Call now.

.May God bless each and James Richardson Jr., died on Panama City.
of Sept 19. The body was sent to Walter A. White, principal Day NurseryNew
everyone'Mrs. Colleen you.Pinder, daughterMrs. I Eufaula, Ala., where ,funeral arrangement Jean H. .Young reporter NW area. Fully equipped

Martha Strachan, Abraham Joseph Thomas, Sr. will /Ibe completed. and ready to ,go. Two homes and

daughter departed this life Sept. 23, 1957. Annual Fall Tea garage, 4 nice lots, completely
Mr. George Saunders, son furnished. Price and terms low(
When the day of toil is done Seniors
. .
Mrs. Mary King, daughterMrs. When the race of life is run, Usher Board No.. 3 of Greater Call NOW.
Autherine Boone, Bethel AME Church cordially invites -
around the throne,
When we meet Funeral services for the late
daughter to attend its Ninth Annual -
I We shall then proclaim our own. Ezekiel Gaiter of 345 NW 13th you Orchard VillaI
Mrs. Ruth Jackson, sister Fall Tea, Sunday afternoon,
4 May you rest in peace. st. will be held Saturday, Sept. I Sept. 27 in the beautiful base- have three very nice ,homes
Your devoted' :family 26, 2 /pjm at St. Matthews Bap- ment of the church, 245 NW 8th near the new school, 2 and 3
CARD OF THANKSThe Mrs. M. L. Thomas, wife tist Church with the Rev. N. F.: st., 4 to 6 pjm. Prof Charles L. bedrooms, priced to sell on low
Alfred and Abraham: jr., sons Clark 'officiating Mr. Gaiter wasa I Williams, principal of Booker T. terms. Call now.
,pioneer citizen and' is survivedby
family 'of the late 11 children, three sisters and Washington High School, will Call E. Harry Denny .
JAMES WELLINGTON GIBSON IN be guest speaker Mrs Florence'
MEMORIAM, many other relatives. Interment is of the
take this means to convey their Washington president PI: 7.8250
will be in Evergreen. board and Rev. S. Cousin is
sincere and profound thanks
: sad but 'of
In loving memory pastor of the church. JOHN LOWRIE REALTYTU
for the cards
% many our dear mother, Graveside services for the Infant -
and floral pieces from the many baby of Mr. and Mrs. Theo- 7-15361
friends and (neighbors. Abo w dore Mills oi 3060 NW 44th st.,
friends and neighbors. Also we pr held 22. her husband, Earnest, two 1112 Palm Ave., Hialeah
1 was Tuesday, Sept. ,
want to thank Father John E. ; daughters, a son. She was sent to
Culimer, especially for his services Forreston' Miss where '''final rites
I __ The body of Thomas Haile 'of
; i will be conducted 1-
during his Illness and the i4
Homestead, who died Sept. 22
members and pastor of Temple Ga.
was shipped to Waycross,
Baptist! Church far' kindnesses for burial. He Is survived by two
rendered during the hours of 'our relatives.
brothers and other

i'.bereavement.. Mrs.The Family Eva Gibson' wife L44'' House of Albert . . Seeking Peace of Mind? i

Mrs. Corene Thomas' of 1728%

CARD OF THANKS NW 3rd court, died Jn Mt. Sinai
Hospital Sept. 17. Survivors are FIND IT IN THE CATHOLIC CHURCH. .

f\ We, the bereaved family of the vy her husband, Eddie; five child- ,/
ren; parents of Birmingham, Ala.;
,late, Booklets Sent :FREE _
vRUDOLPH \j; four sisters ,and four brothers I. ..'
I '''''1 The ,body was sent to' Birmingham : "
'w CALL PL 3-2396 write to
;', .. Sept. 21 at 10 pm., for' funeral or ,

/.. 'j' ,, ,'.,.' '. services.
t', ' ,to" < i1t..,', INFORMATIONBox

', t .. ...a 'I >a Mrs. Ellen Jackson of 1620 1

:', "'.Ii.j"'J : : ;' I: NW 6th ct. ,died at her home on 47-757, Miami 47
Sept. 19. Funeral services will be
.,),...-_ ':,/...I""?k;,...' ,' f conducted--Thursday, Sept. 24 at .
,,2 ,pan at New Hope Primitive
MRS. IRINE FORBESwho Baptist Church with the Rev. H.
departed this life Sept. 26, C. Samuels officiating.. She is IL: f-
toI 1958. survived (by a daughter, Mrs. Ida
.I Sweet be thy rest, and peacefulthy Brooks .of Daytona Beach, a
fr a 1k + sleeping, 0 blessed sleep grandmother and a grandson; WEEKS Be WEEKSWILL
where ills ne'er molest thee, why two' sisters and two brothers. Interment -
w. should we weep, for heaven ,hath in Lincoln.
blessed thee, sweet be thy rest. HELP YOU BUY A HOME
Five daughters Infant Jackson, the stillborn I II
Two Sons *on of Mrs. Robert Jackson of
Host of Relatives 1000 NW 1st ave., apt. 11 was THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL ,:

laid to rest Sept. 23. r
Albert Evans, who lived at
CBS 2-bedroom large lot
MtiLLLi In sad but loving memory of 6036 NW 22nd ave., died suddenly on corner
, my dear son, at his home Sept. 21. He is
No closing costs. Pay only $80 month
survived by his widow, Mrs.

GLOVER Ruthie.' Mae Funeral Evans arrangements and other relatives. are- WE INVITE YOU TO CALL OR ,VISIT

f takes this method of expressingour incomplete.
sincere thanks and appreciation -
to 'our many friends for' the
cards .tele&rams, condolences( .

' j floral rendered pieces to us and during other our services.bereavement Mrs. Lillian Forbes of 3085 NW PL 8-2511 5600 N.E. 2nd Ave;

Special thanks to Rev. 43rd Terr., died in Jackson Hospital -
j *4 Cousin, pastor: of Greater Bethel onf Sept. 18. Mrs. Forbes
AME Church and 'members, Rev.J. came to Miami over 40 :years ago

B. Blaoknell, pastor of West, from Cat Island, Bahamas. .. ..
'". Palm Beach! Rev. Garmon and Survivors include a daughter,
Ai members of St. John AME 'of Mrs.) Harriett Forbes Ferguson;

South Miami, Mrs. Wright, Mrs. four 'brothers, a sister, nine grand DUILEX2Bedrooms
,., Prilbus, Giles, Mrs. Price, Mrs. children. Funeral services will be NEW
1 1 I Montgomery employees and staff conducted on Sept. 26 at 1 pm.
Sinai at the Church of God Rev. Herbert
/. of Mt. Hospital, employeesand ; -
staff of Seaboard Railwayand Woodside, the pastor will of. Each Side '
House of Albert] Funeral I fclate. Bishop ''George Wallace .

;Funeral Tome, will deliver the eulogy.] Burial
will be conducted at Evergreen ORCHARD VILLA
The Bereaved Family Memorial Cemetery.
Mrs. Fannie Glover wife
\# ,
: ',, (Rudolph Glover Jt., son Mrs' Dorothy Darby: of 2285
u Mrs. Algle Glover NewtonAnnouncement West, 5th"'Way, died at her home See 1574 N.W. 58th St.

,. i'. on Sept. 18. She is survived by

who died Sept. 24, 1952. IDEAL FOR TWO FAMILIES
When death comes and takes our CARD OF THANKS
's' '' ,
The family. of the late loved one away, it leaves our t

;. MR. JOHN BOBB home so lonely. Sleep on dear The family of the late $3,000 Down Maybe Less '
August: 28
who passed away on one' and take your rest, we loved J MRS. LOUISE H. DIXON
and was laid to rest on Sept. 5 you but God loved you best. ,
i its wish to thank the many friends Open All Day SaturdayBLACKSTONE -
takes this method of thanking Your dear mother' ,
and neighbors for the kindness ,
friends for kindnesses 'J:
many : Mrs. Remllda Sims
1 "
.. shown during' its hours of bereavement Ruby Sims, sister and sympathy shown during its i
recent bereavement. .
Your cards
Thanks for your cards, George Sims, brother .
flowers and other kind gesturesof Betty Bethel, sister flowers and use of cars was ap-
sympathy. Special thanks to predated.
the Rev. .A D. Hall of EbenezerM. (Special thanks to Range Fun- REALTY, Inc.
Church, Choir No. one of the eral Home and to the doctors and

same church and the Francis Your Vote is Needed nurses of Jackson. Memorial hos 5908 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 8-7407
Funeral Home. Again, thanks toeveryone pital.Mrs.
i, for everything. Leasie Smith
Register to !
. The Bobb! Family I Mrs. Vonnie Crews .

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.I IN A FOOTBALL game last za, Shavawn Peterson; 29th Mildred -
":1; RENT Friday night in 'Which the Car- Armbrister, Lewis Stores,
Attention I FOR *wx 'nets whipped''' the Northwestern Claude Adslde Jr., Osborn Car'
:Bulls, ,the Miami Transit Co. suffered er; 30. Rosalyn; Smith, Willie
All 'members of the Past Mas- 'Lovely completely rumtehed the consequence, to ttho Mao Hamilton, Lydie Robinson,
ters' Council of the Grand United I house with two bedrooms, Florida tune of better than $800 Worthcf Alonza Jackson.
Order: of Odd 'FelloWs 'are asked room, plus carporte, with beautiful damages to their special on ,, Anniversary: Mr. and Mrs.
to Abe out on Oct. 2, 8 pjm., at,the landscaping.' In the heart of route' 21. Seats were torn out, and Eddie West will celebrate theirs
Love.and Charity Hall, corner Edison"Center. It is an ideal have not beeh recovered: as yet, Sunday, Sept. 2J . Exalted Ruler -
11th St. and 3rd Ave.jBy order place for 'quiet and comfortable Others slashed seats, windows, of Liberty Lodge Claude
of: living See lat 811 NW 65th st. were broken out what not. I J'Rolle and the Madam celebrated
Colonial T. Bonivy Adults only. Must be exlperienced birthdays last Thursday. A well
Colonel State of Florida in taking care of a good home ,We used to think that, football,,planned affair climaxed the even-
Phone PL 8-0792. L 44 i and other competitive sports in, 'ing at their Bunche Park home
Job A ++' t ' r our schools had :a tendency' to ', Miss Kathleen Green, a Jamaica -
OpportunitiesThe ROOMING HOUSE In Liberty mold character, win lose or draw : visitor U :planning her stay
City, all OX 14514.INFORMATION. MRS. MAGGIE M. GREEN -tout when vandalism ,occurs \Ware until Chrismas time.ARCHIE'S .
Greater Miami Urban . Morning Speaker I inclined ,to 'think differently | Shoppers Mart: We
League announces Job opportunities Not all of our schools, are able welcome Goodyear Store on
for the following positions.For For a Clean Comfortable Hurst Chapel AME: Church, to have their own transportation.f caync Blvd. to our fold in this
detailed information con- ROOM 10080 W. Jessamine St., Perrine, Miami Transit furnished special issue of the Times. In order to
tact H. Allen Wheatley of the Downtown Location will have its fourth annual Wo- buses for' their convenience and make your Xmas shopping a bit
League! or call FR 1-6476. Phone FR 9-3930 man's Day program Sunday, Sept. they abuse them. Such vandalism ,lighter they are featuring a spec-
'Tabulating Equipment Operator 27 The morning message will be should not be tolerated and can s sal introductory offer and a free
Staff Writer (male) FURNISHED ROOM in a quiet brought by Mrs. Maggie M. Greenon merit good to no one. II', gift. Just go in, browse around
Steno Clerk private home for a nice, none the theme, "The Privilege and We will have to respect others you'll be iglad you dId. . A word
Waste' ,Truck DriverClerk'Stenographer I drinking person. Gentleman pre- Power of Prayer." Rev. GrIsby, property or furnish our own from Grand*'ay, coming this way.
'ferred. Phone PI 8-3503. pastor. transportation The guilty ones in : Their edacious super market on
Police OfficerKeypunch this incident should be punished j the corner of 54th st. and 12th
Operator FURNISHED APT and house for FOUNDA ave.. is just about ready, 'Shis i
Medical Steno rent. 1870 NW 55th Terr., Newton SEPTEMBER BIRTHDAYS: 25th, store is about the most convenient
Plumber 50010. package containing a little Christine Folllngs, Marie Williams;' super market for shoppers Trot
Photographer boy's out-iit, loser may claim Woodrow Blue; 26th, Pauline H having:: their own transportation.
Tax*fend License Clerk FURNISHED HOUSE. 1410 NW package by describing its contentsat Smith, Gloria Nelson, Moses I The Jitney line, which services
Park Manager 55th Terr.FURNISHED. the Miami Times Office, 1111 Williams; 28, Thomas Patterson,I Miami and Liberty City areas
,Prptoatlcri Casework Supervisor! I NW 3rd ave. Carmetta Lyons, Fredericka Wan- pass right cross this location.G00 .
Engineering( Drtiftsman?(NechanIJI : II I Efficiency. Beautiful -

./ _ic4. Electronic, Electrical I all utilities. 4190 NW 32nd
general) 1 '
:Civil Engineer (structural) I I ave. DOWN

Photographer (motion picture) $17 PER. WEEK, 2-bedroom $
Card Punch Operator stove,. refrigerator' and orate
Tatouia/ting/ Machine Operator free. 'Also furnished one-bedroomi '

..Stock, ClerW] 844 NW 70th st. Phone NA'1-6953 Indt ii DELIVERS'G. !

j. For Sale
,GROCERY &ix aE. Good busi rooms. \
Hot and cold water. Phone OX
ness. 6309 NW 18th ave. Wife 11428. 7002% NW 15th TV
E. -
having (baby problem. Must sell. ave.S28 --- :: -- '

SEVERAL nice hcmes In North- .
ROOM. Man only.
tWest section; in Liberty City and Phone OX 1-6073. S26 Set and Forget
...Brownsville areas. From $500
".Jown. Valek and Valek Real Estate
FURNISHED APT., Edison Center Volume Control,

1097 NW 119th
St.. phone Phone PL 7-9594. S26
5-1322.. S26
1-BEDROOM APT. Corner. No 100 degree 'Picture
t. Dry Cleaning
and Laundry
t. children 4190 NW 32nd ave.
business+ wod location, 544 'NW Tube

14th. st., After., 2:30 pm. indf FOR RENTFOR
1'-.ONE BEDfROQM furnished house Precision Etched
,:2351 NW 58th st. Call NEwton ADULTS ,
45. 95O. Circuity
2-room apt. $7.50 per week. ,

LUNCHEONETTE! : with grill tor Biscayne Park, NE 121t St. Fuji Power
5rent sale Fdrced to
or give up -
Y because of illness. Good business, on West side of East Coast TransformerPAY

'excellent location downtown colored Railroad.See -
section. Call PL 8-5533.

BAR AND RESTAURANT. Fully Rufus WashingtonApt. ONLY ,$3.00 WEEKLY
equipped, ready for use. Nice location 16 017 :

.,NE 4928 40233., busy NW neighborhood.22nd ave., or Applyat call ,: ', FREE/ :Gift With Euery PurchaseXMAS

2-BEDROOM CBS house. Newly <'
,'painted, beautiful adobe brick .iBunche Park: :; SPECIAL !
fireplace in living room. Large :' ,
rooms, 50x150 lot. Barbecue pit, Lovely 3-bedroom house ., I'I', .
eirporte enclosed suitable for efficIency -
or shop. No qualfiying, no Large, nicely landscaped lot '
closing low low balance,of 7700. 89.50 month / LAY A WAY
Buy my equity. Call faf/Bpipolnt-
raent MO 5-7582 or PL 76331.
N. Lentin NOW !


FURNISHED 3-toedrocm house in WI 7.2240Advertise
Opa Ltocka, 2470 NW 155th Terr., '
:Bunche Park area. Desire quiet,
working family. Quiet and private
'surooundicfczs. For information It Pays! -3499
call NA 1-6654 Indf

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..0" :.ti"; ; I Matthew Temple AMEZ METROPOLITAN AME _
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: 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. Rev. H. M. Salmon, pastor
Rev. Daniel Pridgen, pastor
Sunday School....................... 93:0
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morning worship ........,............ 11:00:
Morning Worship 11:05: am. Evening worship .................... '7:00:
Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.

Cf trdi. Mt. Pleasant Methodist NEW -BETHEL. BAPTIST
to 1571 N.W. 68th Terrace
2170 Washington Street
me Opa Locka Rev. Ernest Williams pastorOn

Sunday School......*......... 9:30 a.m Sunday, Sept. 27, will be
tv: :. Morning worship .............11 a.m. Men's Day at New Bethel, and I
Evening service 7:30: think the men have put their best
'.. foot forward to make this day one
BETHEL BAPTIST TRINITY WESLEYAN to be long remembered. The
Newspape--:: speaker fcr the day will be the
i People Richmond Heights t.M Oporzp E; Johnson pasta associate pastor of Friendship
Rev. L. R. Pastor Mrs Phyllis Andrews reporter
Ross Missionary Baptist Church. The
E. Scott .
reporter Sunday:; School.................. 9 a.m Rev. Paul Freeman.On
_. Sunday School ........................ 9:30: *I,rntno' s''IP Hlp 11:0: Saturday there will be sales
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY. THE INCARNATION Morning service .................. 11:00: Young People's Meeting 5 p n at the various places, which will
BTU ,................................;....:..... 5:30 be the last of the affairs for the
Mrs. Frances Bauimgartner, secretary 1835 N.W. 54th StreetFr. Evening service ........................ 7:00 MT. TABOR BAPTIST men before! the Men's Day pro-
of the Dade chapter of the E. 5, Clarke Jr., viaar I Ii gram. Sales will !be held at:
Nurserymen and Growers' Association Susan Duller, reporter i Our annual Woman's Day will I Ii Mrs. Lots Hicks reporter Sis. Eliza Johnson, 7159 NW
will lead the discussionat i be' observed Sunday, Sept. 27. NOTE: Visitors are always WH 16th ave., the church, Bro Errol
the Baha'i Center, 137 NW SUNDAYS : Our theme for the day: "The Role come. Burrows, 1711 NW 68th terr.
7 Sunday Sept. I Solemn Sung Mass andSermon The Christian Women Play in These sales will begin early in
11th :
ave., pjn.will ........................ 8:45 am Molding Lives." Our morning Order of Service the evenings and last through the-
27. Civilization.Her subject" Everyone be "Religionin Is invited Church School and Bible speaker will be Mrs Eunice Tan- Sunday School....................... 9:30 nigh

in this dis- Class .............................. 10 amE. ner and Mrs. L. E. Thomas, our! Ylermnjz worship 11:00) }
to participate Y. C. Meeting ............ 5:30: pin evening speaker. I niu ....................................... 5:30: On Oct. 3, the No. choir is givinga
cussion. Solemn Evensong and I Evening worship............... 7:30 motorcade to Opa Locks at the
Sermon ............................ 7 pjn The public is cordially invited home of the president, Mrs. Cle-
HOLY REDEEMER TuesdaySt. to help us make this day. a most CORINTH BAPTISTRev. ella McCartney, 2491 NW 151st!
Holy Redeemer Catholic Church Vincent's Acolyte successful one. st. Tickets are now on sale, If

announces public devotions in rehearsal ................ ........ 5:30: Our sick members are Mrs.! W T. Thomas pastor you wish to purchase them, con- ,
honor of the Mother of God to Wednesday: Low Mass .... 6:30: ajn. Mamie Howard and Mrs. Nanette Phone NE 5-1518 tact any of the choir members.

be held: every Wednesday even- Evensong with meditation 8 p.m. Greer. Sunday School....................... 930: Children Transportation 25 cents will adults leave 50 cents.the

ing at 73:0.: Prayers will be followed ThursdaySt. Morning worsnilp ................. 11:00: church at 8 o'clock. Refreshmentswill
by a sermon. All are invit- Nichol's choir 5:30: pm. GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Evening worship .................... 7:30 be on sale. This is the first
ed Friday
to Attend. 14 th Ave. and 69th Street Ccme and hear gospel\ preacherand affair of the No. 2 choir, help themto
A novena is a series "of special : St. Cecelia's choir ............ 8:30: pjn.
and exercises Sunday School .......... 9:30 am. successful pastor make it a success. They have
prayers spiritual ona
particular day of the week for Morning Service ........... 11:00: a.'n. nice plans for the future.
NEW HOPE P.B. CHURCH Sis. Sadie Green is still on the
Westminster Fellowship 6:00
nine consecutive weeks. Its value MT. HERMON A. M. E. pm
Evening Service 8 sick list, go around and offer.a
lies in the fact that we are Locka p.m Rev. H. C. Samuels pasto word
Opa of with her. Prayeris
in if Mrs. Evelyn Granger, reporter prayer
more regular prayer we Rev. Samuel Gay pastor a burden consoler.
at difinlte times. The Bibleis
pray filled Publicity Committee FIRST UNITARIAN"Saints Sunday School....................... 9:30
with examples of 0
Lord and u r Morning service .................... 11:00 MARTIN MEMORIAL AME
His friends setting Morning worship ................M 11:00 without (Halos" will be BTU ........................................... :30
apart certain times and places for Sunday School......-............... 9:30: the sermon 1 topic of the Rev. Evening worship .................... 7:30: Richmond Heights
prayer. The first novena was Evening worship .................... 7:00Men's : Robert W. Sonen, minister of the Rev. Albert Jones pastor
made by the apostles when they First Unitarian Church, Dixie Trumpet Kings Will celebrate! Sunday School....................... 9:30
spent nine days in retirement and Day at Mt. Hermon is Highway at SW 29th road on Sunday their 11th anniversary on Friday Worning worship ...............:..' 11:00
prayer waiting for the coming of expected to be a grand -affair. Sept. 27, 11 am. Following night, Sept. 25. The public is invited ACE League ............................ GOO
the Holy Spirit. To say that no- The chairman and a-<:hainnan, the service Rev and Mrs. Sonen i I: to attend this program Evening worship! ,................... 7:30DRIVER'S
of little Willis Jones and Willie Pardon I i
are value is to I !
will !be ''
formally welcomed the
speak in ignorance of the count respectively have gone all out to church to
less recorded and unrecorded answers make Sunday, Sept. 2 a day long a .
to novenas of prayer by to be remembered. The church I The Liberal Religious Youth
which God has clearly shown His having just finished a soul stirring group will meet at 6:30: that evening LICENSE !
pleasure in such prayers. These revival and baptising nine at the home of the Edward
answers often take the clear converts is still in a high spirit. Gutenwills 3010 SW 37th ave.,
character of the miraculous. They The presiding elder of the North Hollywood.On BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE
appear both in the spiritual and Miami district will hold his 4th
the temporal order: in the former and final quarter tor 1939 on Friday, Oct. 2, 8:15: pjm. the
''by conversion, surrender to Thursday night, Sept. 24. All membership committee will holdan O'BERRY'SMAGIC
God's will in. sorrow, the over- boards and clubs are in a good informal t-together for new
coming of vices; in the latter, by mood to make their reports for members/ and friends at the home CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
restoration to health, financial the year's work. Our accomplishments of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Foster -
assistance, solution of mental have been! many this year. 4001 La Playa Blvd., Coconut FR 4.7756
problems and other Grove.
many favoraas
startling and often incidental 'Our pastor is praising the 1453 N.W. 6th AvenueBARKLEY'S
as the members of the church who have ST. FRANCIS
changing of water into! XAVIERN.W.
wine at Cana. So you are requested stuck so firmly by every pro-
to visit Holy Redeemer Catholic gram. 4th Ave. and 16th Ten
Church on Wednesday Among the many accomplishments Phone FR 9-1424
ings and Join in with others even-in are our 'new pews and pulpit MASSES CUT-RATE STOREThe

special prayers for your requests set. The Presiding Elder Rev. Daily .......................... ?..., 8 sin
from Almighty God.FRIENDSHIP F.morning A. Allen address, will for deliver Men's Day the Sunday....... 7 a.m & 8-30: a.m Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome

BAPTIST and will speak our own at night.Dr. G. W. Hawkins ST.JAMES BAPTIST 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave.. Phone FR 42376THE

Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor Please visit the biggest little Rev J. L. Johnson pastor FINEST PRODUCTS AT CUT RATE PRICES

Claudia Wilson,. reporter church in town sometime.Let Sunday Service Pencil box sets ............ .0. Big 4 pencil sharpener 05*

Sunday School ....-.....:............. f30; us continue to pray for the Sunday School........... 9:30: un Plastic rulers................... 104 Zipper binders ......_._ I"*
Morning worship ......IN?......... 11:00 sick and shut-Ins. Morning Worship ,11,1,1. li:00: a-in Loose leaf fillers ......_... 25* Marking and Ink .._.r1. M*
Evening 'worship ................N7:0 0 BTU ................................ 5:30: pjn Ball point pent ............ 10* Blue Horse filler ...__ 09f
BTU ............................................ 5:3: 0 Evening Worship ............ 7:30: pm Pencils, 2 for ...__._... 05* Art paper .............._.._ 10*
ANTIOCH BAPTIST Visitors Sanford blue Ink ............ 10* Typewriter paper .NNN.N 10*
Remember the fourth Sunday 323 N always w. 14th welcome Ink remover ......!_......_ 18* Folders ..............._...__ 10*
is promotion day for the Sunday Rev. B. D. Richardson pastor St. Index cards ...N..N. 10* Binders .................1111._. 41*

School and all students are ask Minnie T Copeland reporter .... Bethel Apostolic Temple Open Dally and Sunday 8 a.m to 10 p.m.
ed to ,be present. Continue in
I prayer for the sick.; Sunday School....................... 0:30 Doris R. Akins pastor John A. McMinn, Owner
Morning worship! .................... 11:00: J Lafluer assistant
ST. LUKE BAPTIST BTU .................................._...... 5:80 Sis. T. Wallace, reporter
Evening worship .................... ':00 2310 NW. 58th Street
t- Mrs. Bunesba Green, reporter

Rev. P. W. William, patter The junior choir and junior Sunday School........................ 10:00
i Sunday School usher board will render service i in Morning worship ...........+... 11:45: .1
pI ........... .......... 9:30
1 i Morning worship the morning worship. Choir No Evening worship ..........:......... 7:30 COLLEGE SPECIAL
BYPU .N..N.NNI..1..1.N.N 5jo 2 and usher board No. 2 at evening

Evening worship ......._.._....... 7:00 Saturday worship.the Home Mission Matthew Temple AMEZ

Our'pastor returned from the Society will have a dinner sale at 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. We will mail every week until June,. 1960

National convention. He wishes the home of Sis. Gussie Richardson Rev| Daniel Pridgen, pastor
to thank each and every one who 2752 NW 49th st to help Mrs. Ruth Lucas, reporter

; t..;1 made his trip successful and a raise funds for the baby, contest Sunday School ...................... 93:0 .

pleasure. The No. 1 choir is also havinga Morning worship NM....NN....... 11:00 .
t The Woman's Day committee dinner sale on Saturday, Sept. Evening worship' .................... 7:00
\ is sponsoring a dinner sale Saturday 25 at the home of Sis. CorinePierce to your son or daughter in any college in
I'i Sept. 26 at the home of 3360 NW 48th terr. to help Zion Hope M. Baptist the United-States for only.
\ our chairman Mrs. Annie B. Sul raise money for their anniversary : .
liven 2021 NW 63rd st. Dinners The public is Invited to help us 1710 N.W. 69th St. and 17th Ave.
I will be
served from 12 until out with these dinner sales Rev. C..Albury, pastor OO
Everyone is $3
asked to come by or .
Sunday School
I call OX 4-15966 and It will be The baby contest will be held 9:30
delivered free! Sunday, Sept. 27 at 3 pjn. at the Morning Service 11:00
f Pray for the sick and shut-ins. church. You are invited to be BTU (MX: Call FR 3-2236 or OX 1-0421
You .and yours are welcomeworsliyA to with us. Evening Service 7:00
with us every Sunday. Shut-ins are Bro. Num. Rev. Prayer Meeting fcOO OR FILL IN BLANK BELOW I
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Smith and Bro. Barnes. Tuesday night) --

-. A MORNING STAR BAPTIST Please send the Miami Times to: *. : .
Church of Mt.
Transfiguration Olive
{. 514 NW 23rd Street Missionary Baptist .

Sister Rev I. Clayton Ellis, pastor (Episcopal! : ) 402 N.W. 2nd Ave. NAME ...................................................-......>......*...*..........._...__..
SadIe reporter 2571 N.W. 152nd Terri Hall and ale. Florida

k Sunday School ...........?..*...... 93:0 I Ven. John E. Cuhner Qtev. Benjamin' Franklin pastor ADDRESS .................................................................._.....-..._._
t Morning service ..................;. 11:30: priest in charge Rev. C. E. McClary, reporter

_ BTU ..._.........................?.,....*... 5:30 Stanley Sweeting, reporter Sunday School ....................... 9:30 CITY I ..............-.........-...........--......-....-......---..-..-.....--
Evening service ........................ ':30 Services every Sunday Morning service .................... 1100: Enclosed I la cheek ( ) money order ( ) for $3.00
Come and worship with us. You Morning worship ......_....?.... 940: betiq service ..................... 7:00
are welcome. Sunday School ,.,".?,???,,,,... 10O4 1 TTC7 .................................... 6:00
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Hope Choir - - son, S. CI| last week for the army THE MIAMI TIMES-'"The. Peoples' Newspaper" ..
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. f
Celebrates Broward Mark Chapman of West Hollywood SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1959 PAGE 15
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Anniversary County Revival services will begin with MT. SINAI BAPTIST MT. ZION BAPTIST
Chclr No. one of the New Hope News \t'i prayer meeting Monday night at
New Macedonia, 2201 SW 48th D. B.. reporter Luvenla. Knox
Missionary: Baptist Church will
celebrate its anniversary at the \. ave., West Hollywood. Preach Rev. S. A.. Thomas, pastor I Public Relations Officer
church By ing will start Sept. 28 by Rev. Sunday School....................... 9:30:
beginning tonight and 't'I1. W. C. Edcar. The public is invited Sunday School..-..?......?....... 93:0: Morning worship ...............:.... 11:00
at terminating 3 o'clock. on The Sunday afternoon Walter Bow Rev. N. H Phillips is pas- Morning worship ..............!..... 11:00: I BTU ...................?......,...-........... 5:00:
president, Sister ton Evening worship ........... ....... 7:30:
Willie Mae Denson. _, ? Evening worship ......A.......... 7:09:
along! with - - - ,,- -w- r .. I
the rest of the officers .
ctf tho
choir have
members prepared MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev.
a reat musical program for you Memorial Hospital, Holly 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. Aaron D: Hull' pastor
Q11Ic1 ith entire public. On JYiday wood, Fla. to Mr. and Mrs. George Opa Locka Ernestine L. Hambrick reporter EX M. Thomas, pastor
night there will be a,:'giant musical Cockette, Hallandalo.J a son, born Rev. C. J. Jenkins pastor Phyllis Myers reporter
program with some of the m o s t Sept. 15. Weight 8V4 11>5. Harold Sunday School .................,...... 9:30:
outstanding gcspel choirs and BerisfOrd decree Jr, Sunday School............... ':30 a.m Morning service .................... 11:00: Sunday School....................... 9:30:
of the Morning! worship ............ 11 a.m Evening service ....... .......;... 7:00: Mcrning worship ...........?....... 11:00:
,touts: city on program The Masonic Lodge No. 388 and League ................................ 5 pjn ? BTU ....................:....................... 5:30:
and to for ctose this yeah Out on their Sunday anniversary af- OES Royal 39 of Hallandale are Evening! worship ................ 7 p.m.S' Evening worship .................... 7:00

tern!>,:'n another greatprogram having a banquet on Monday ST. MARY'S W. M. Next Sunday we will have our
[. JAMLh A.M.E
has 'been Some of the night Sopt. 28 at the new and
prepared. Rev. E. A. Culmer. pastor annual Men's Day program. The
choirs and groups scheduled to beautiful Hill Top Inn, 519 Pem- Rev. H McNeal Harris, pastor Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter guest speaker for the morningwill
appear are The Antioch Baptist broke Road, in Hallandale. Tickets Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter be Rev..Tanner and his Male
Choirs one and two, Mt., Cannel may be purchased from any Sunday School....................... 9:30: Chorus. The guest speaker for the
Baptist Choirs cue and two, momiber of Lodge 388 and OES Sunday School............... .... 930 Morning worship ................ 11:00: night is Rev. P. W. Williams.
Friendship Baptist Choirs one and Royal 39. Subscription $2.00. Morning worship .................... 11:00: Evening worship ..........._...... 7:30
two New Bethel Baptist' (Opa Nahor A. Cooper is W.M. and ACE League ............................ 5:30: Our shut-ins are Sis. I. Brown,
Locka) Choirs one and two, The Mrs. Beatrice Hill, W. M. Evening worship .......?........... 7:00 Si'). N. M McClain and Sis. Do-
Southland Singers, The Heaven- Join The NAACP ten We are asking all membersto
Iv Stars The New Mt. Moriah Ellis King, CToprietor of theM MT. CALVERY BAPTIST (so and see them.
Balist Choirs and cur own Choir and G. Market and James
Rev. E M Thomas pastor -"-' --------------"-' -- - - - - -
No. two along with many others. Oiitler proprietor of Outler's
Phyllis Myers, reporter
Grocery, West Hollywood, returned -
KELLY'S CHAPEL home Friday night, Sept. Sunday School....................... 9:30: Gamma Zeta Omega ChapterOF
Esther McNeil reporterRev. 18 after spending five days in Morning! service .................... 11:00
Nassau. Evening service ........................ 7:00 .
Leroy Dell pastor
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Sunday School....................... 9:45: Miss Edna Mae Thompson There will be delicious chicken.
..... daughter of Mrs. Inez Thompson, dinners sold in the kitchen on Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority *
Mcrnlng worsrip .. ........... 11:00M :
Y F. .................................... 6:00Evening : is back from New York City behalf of Men's Day.SALTER' .
worship ............1....... 7:30: spending time with her uncle and WILL PRESENT
aunt Mr. and Mrs. Arniond :Uarn- CHAPEL
The Church School and MYF sey of SW 25th st. and 40th ave. Rev. 11, J.: Benson, pastor
are sponsoring! a musical program in West Hollywood. Also her Ruth Twlggs reporter

Sunday night, Sept. 27. at 8 p.m. grand father and mother, Joseph Sunday School....................... 0:30: Ebony Fashion Fair .
featuring the spiritual Hartnoniz- Clark, also her brother, Earl Morning worship ...........-... ...11:00:
>rs of Miami. Admission is free. Thompson of Hollywood and ACE League ......................._.. 5:30: !
The public Is invited to! attend other relatives. Evening!: worship .......?........... 7:00:
this program.
Elizabeth Banks, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Coles of
president of MYF I Norwalk Conn were the houseguest Sunday, ,
Julia McNeil, I of Mr. and Mrs. Joel 3078 N.W. 45to St.
Supt. of Church SchoolCONGREGATIONAL Richardson last week end in West Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor 4 o'clock p.m.
: Hollywood. Marjorie Shelby, reporter

Rickey Days and Jerome Smith Sunday School....................... 9:30
Dr. H. C. McDowell pastor are looking forward for their Morning worship .................... 11:00
A E. McNeal, ,reporter birthday party which will be BTU ............................................ 5:30:
given at the home of Mr. and Evening worship...I/MIIN....... 7:00:
The members the Congregational Mrs. Able Days, 3000 SW 28th it.
Fellowship: selected a permanent i Sunday, Sept. 27 from four until ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev.
for their church
The Church name of the Open Door 6 p.m. O. 'W. Foster, pastorA
(Congregational.) be L. Johnsou, reporter. '? .)Ilete wvfff fa/in* anurct etnh'
There a tea given at
Great plans are underway for the home of Christie Palmer 5400 Sunday School! .......................; 9:45:
special services October 18 when SW 22nd st., West Hollywood.This Morning Service .................... 11:00: "
Dr. Robin Ralph, state superintendent tea is for *the benefit of BTU. ............................................ 5:30: -i;
elf the Congregational! Men's Day at Central Batptist Evening worship ................... 7:06: --.::..
Church will be the guest speaker.At Church. So don't forget the tea
this time all charter members Sunday, Sept. 27 at 3 pjn. at
will take their vows as full Christie Palmer's home.Oscar .
flodge members of the church.At Your Vote is Needed
all of these services and Chapman od SW 12th Jt. DIGNIFIED
every Sunday friends and visitorsare and 46th ave. left for Ft. Jack- Register to Vote! FUNERAi
LESTER C. ALBERT, Funnel Director
always welcome to worshipat ___.__________ _ _
.... r I I < l.-l < << < W -t *\
11 ajrC in the auditorium of 6942 N.W, 15th, Arrow OX 1-7661
the Seventh Day Adventist School I
NW 25th ave. and 50th st. FOR BETTER PICTURES . SEE

NEW HOPE BAPTIST It (U our aim to render a coiwclentipus iervice.

RPT James E. Brown pastor Reasonable in price and satisfactory in every detail

Bro, VandHI Boran, reporter JOHNSON OF MIAMI

Sunday School....................... 930:
Morning worship ................ 11:00 .
Evening worship .................... 7:00
BTU ...................................?..:... 5:30 Dinner Parties Weddings Passport

Sunday coming our regular ser Home Movies Baby Pictures a Specialty .
vices will begin as usual.
Let us bear In mind that our
official board meeting will be 409 N.W. 17th Street FR 7.2294WANTED
held at the church on Monday at .
8 pjn. and Thursday at 8 p.m. Our
monthly conference will be heldat rr y-n-v-i* --
the church. We Invite the entire -
public to come. and worship
with us.


Prince H Mobley pastor
Sis. S. Daniels, reporter NEGROESto 334 N.W. 10th Street Phone FR 1-7679

School of Wisdom ......._...... 10:00 10,000 Miami, Florida L. L. RICHARDSON, JR., OWNER
Evening service ............._..._ 8:00: .


Bev. S. A. Cousin pastor
Mrs. Jenette Folson reporter 116 W. Flagler M

Sunday School ...?........._N. 9:30
Morning worship .?........... 11:00 ANDREGISTER
Evening worship .................... 7:00: I


"Rev J. D. Washington pastor
19th St. and 4th Court CAN REGISTER TO VOTE IFs 1
Sunday School....................... 9:30 1.-You are a American citizen
'Morning worship .................... 11:00: ..
ACE: League ,.........._.-. 5:30 2. You are 21 years of age w
Evening worship ..?..._.-....... 7:00 3.-You have been a resident of Florida for one

GREATER: NEW BETHEL' year. of Dade Countyfor
4.-You have been a resident
Her. w. K. Smith. pastor six monthsIf JOT. ITtli AVtNt1lu.LUlJrLOawA.rfcMMi* Mill OX I-4Jtt
Mrs. R. Conte,. Clerk
you have moved to a new address within the past 0.4 A.....SMile.o.n- o.a ...,.. LUn..4 &......,'f'uenI OratorNew
Morning worship .._.. 11:00
Sunday School ..M1N..N.NN.. 9:30T year, you must register 1
.Evening /worship .......N.N. 1:00 __ __ ;JII"'


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THE MIAMI t,,TIMES-"The People Newspaper" i Work to Begin i in January . .:q. I ave.begin in in December January and on work Widening will

PAGE 16 v SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1959 blighted 15th ave from sidewalk to
: sidewalk with curbs and drainage -
be The work, according to authorities -
Fine ArtsConversatory|X girls is the new Fine Arts Club 15th Avenue to Torn should be finished in at
being organized. Membership is least six months.
through enrollment in the con- This particular part of 15th ave.
*,, which extends from 62nd st. to
servatory and entitles one to the :
Fall Session vast program of concerts and ballets Up and Repaved 71st St., contains most of the ,
in the city. lanjer businesses in the Liberty
The Fine Arts Conservatory J"By City\ area.Owners. .
day. Send your children/"bring your LAWRENCE B. COOPER job to be done.. Of course it costs crt businesses such 'as I
friends,, come yourselves, and en- money to put down roadways and The Manker Funeral Home, Dr.
music, dance and drama, also boy the Fine, Arts while 'receivingthe From the leaders' in the move lay sewers and the ,property own- Albert Edwards, Dr. Benjamin
private lesson in piano. Voice and best instruction at lowest tor'better, streets i a the Liberty ers will have to come up with Atkinson, the Liberty Beauty Salon -
all instruments. The FAG oper- prices. For information ,call MOi2608. City .area, especially the unsafe necessary funds. and others in the Jacquelin
ates in the Carver YMCA, 5770 and unhealthy conditions that .
For registration come to Apartments are urged to encour-
< The .tax footage in (front
NW 15th ave. and Tots Town, exist along 15th heart- per Smith to alp
Carver YMCA or Tofs\ Town this} ave.; comes each business'or property is a age owner Dennis
Richmond Heights. Mrs. RtlUr Saturday at, 10 awn ening news. this petition. Also the business
Grenfield is the director and Mrs: Freeman Johnson, Cecil Rolle, mere pittance considering establishments in the Ward building
Nyiberg the (general secretary. Florida A&M (Ro-lay)) and Rudolph Levarity, tremendous boost. in value of. theowner's ; the MUcell building; Liberty
A new working committee has three of the hardest working men property..Getting Theatre building, etc.
been formed at Richmond Heights on this project, announced that property owners to
with Evelyn Miles as chairman. Extension :Classes meetings with city commissioners, sign this petition the big- PERSONALMrVand
Mrs. Aubrey Simms, publicity city manager and the surveying gest headache for this group Mrs. C. M. Jollivetteand
chairman, Mrs. Blooming Louise Undergraduate courses in education department was favorable. It takes only two-thirds of the Mrs. H. E S. Reeves spent
Portlock as PTA representative; from Florida! A, and M But the Job this -group is seeking property owners signature to be- last weekend in Nassau as the
and,Mrs. Eldridge as Perrine rep- University will be offered againat to complete 'doesn't end'wIth gin work: and the outlook is that guests of the Roland Donathans.
resentative.Of 'the Booker T. Washington the city fathers and their approval more than the two-third signa-
special interest to teen-age High School according1' Mrs. C. of expendiutres for the im I tures required will be on the petition Visiting from Nassau was Mm
M. Pearsall, supervisor, Miami provement. Petitions win have to before the 20 days time Kenneth Rodgers who was the
Extension ,Center. It may be be 'signed by the property owners limit is up. I guest of Mrs. W. A. Chapman.She .
possible to offer Aie or two along the strip agreeing to the A survey will be made of 15th returned on Sunday.

graduate courses in education if .'.r.:.......-.--....-..._...._."__...-..... _..___... u.._ ____.u...._....._u...._.._._._..u..'._,_.1'_....r_YV_VrWI..+../r.YV+........_....... ........ .-. ........ ......._.....'_.__......_"" _... ..
the enrollment warrants them. ;t :tiNAAL:: ::; +..IIA:1N..+.lA+db*.d1.11..11..1/; .i4.- ..+d/..:....+.. .t. L...I.ih:! .dir.N.:! *.;.e.e::.,:.:::...:;:..:.;.:...::IA*.AhZ:1.;:0/.1A; +--i'JiII-N-P A ....,...V-tl::

LOVELYHONES On October 3, Mr. Norwood,
director of FAMU Extension Ser- | Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From
vices, will be at Booker T. Wash- =
ington High School to register
students, collect fees; and to organize ;M VISIT OR CALL ,TODAY . PL 7-1645
classes. Fees are $9.00 per t1t9t
credit ,point and must be paid in
cash or by money order on Sat- ti
urday, Oct. 3. This will be the
N only time fees will be collected.All II !'
FOR SALE T jt :_ g "
Interested urged _
persons are 'i,Y 1-I It
to meet on Saturday morning, ; l 3. ,_ :
In Northwest Oct. 3 at 9:00: in the cafeteria of u3
Booker T. Washington. For fur- ;lt r
55th St. Area ther information contact Mrs. _
Pearsall at Dunbar Elementary t.
School, 505 NW 20th st. FRanklin Jtl

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NOTICEAll t t f
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@l n' 'u t
officers and members of the t tn
Junior and Senior Usher Union 1t 4' 0 R'U.
M Association are urged to be pres- :,
ent at our monthly program Sun-
; Low Down Paymenti day, Sept, 27, 3 pm. sharp. The En3 I
program will be sponsored between .. \ 4 V' &' ,
I Easy Monthly Term St. Matthews Freewil Bap-
tist Church Senior Usher Bo rd, .."'tt _
and St. Luke Balptlst/ Church t .
Junior' Usher Board, and St. Luke I i
'Only 1 Mortgage Baptist Junior Usher Board. The '-'
program will 'be sponsored at St
Matthews Freewill Baptist Churchon
NW 21st street and 4th court
: Thanking you in advance for your .

Third Ave.Realty cooperation.David Hudson, ,president

Eev.Mrs. J.Ellison B. Woodley, reporter, pastor BRAND NEW !1-1! 3-BEDROOfA CBS HOMESONLY

I ; St. James To $495 DOWN ,

'J '''r' Observe Woman's Last 2 Left, Lovely North Miami*'Beach

742 NW 3rd Ave. Day Close to the tremendous {163rd St. Shopping Center City water, buses,

I t. The women of the St. James churches., INot a frame house in this area. Quiet !and peaceful living.
{ FR 4-3297 AME Church are unanimous in No'coata. Make it A mustl!! And :ee 1519 ;570 N.E. 154th St.
their agreement that the coming /
November observance of Woman's!
Day will be in the history of the Church! Mm One of the nicest homes in Opa Locka.
NE 4-0394 I Locka '
Sara. Mdbley and Mrs, Susie Opa Beauty!!
I Smith, the chair and co-chair of See 1940 N.W. '152nd Terrace YesIt! ! Only $995 Down. No extras.
I the event, are steering the various ' 3-bedroom large Florida built If you entertain, a large oversized liv-
S. Hutcheson Jr. captains and crews in diligent
ing room. All rear screened-in Flori-
in oven ,and range. Custom built with
activity aimed at.Success! All the
RegisteredReal members and friends of St. i 1, separate utility'room. Close to schools. da room, 3 large bedrooms. Builtinoven

Estate Broker James and well wishers of the ;i1 1t No closing costs. Move right in. and range. Qne payment.
community will be called uponin .JK _ .
I :'this behalf, says Mrs. Margaret .
Income Live
| Reynolds, publicity chairman, jjg Duplex Special!II! Corner
a Live in one apt., other pays yours.
.h !U See 1402 N.W. 56th St. Only $395 Down

8 Only $795 Down 2-bedroom CBS home, Opa Locka. 1
_ Jj ? 'I
TV SICK Both apartments are furnished, CBS mortgage payment only. Total price

I city water, lovely area, no, closingni $8,995. $80 month pays all. Better

I Then dial FR 4.2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. costs, only 1 payment monthly. hurry. Sure to go fast.


,ALL MAKES ALL MODELS qt r i CBS building, large store room, separate We are experts in house values. When

lt t rear storeroom, large bathroom, you see a home, you are interested in
Picture Tube Special. _t t tub and shower. Very good for gro- call us. Let ua get it for you. We know
IU't4' cery, restaurant, beauty parlor, bart4 how. That is our business. Costs you
j 17-inch-$22.9S 21-inch--$29.9! i i ber shop. Only one payment each nothing.

e- 4 month. Total price 10000.

.:( SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night .................... $2.50 iJ Only $995 Down LOTS List yours with us for quick
I b See 357 N.W. 22nd Lane
Nite Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charges i its We have keys cash sale. We get best price for you.

Just received ,shipment of 45 RPM phonograph :

Records All late hits. Special--3 for $1.00 t
Vets Radio Co11 a
1. 8 We are open every day 9 to 6 p.m. including Sundays

w 939 N.W. 3rd Ave. !( 201 N.W. 62nd Street Phone _PL 7.1645

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