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X79 ASSIGNED TO ORCHARD VILLA SCHOOL




SOME WHITE staff and assigned students will the School Board on Wednesday. The Air Base Elementary with ,. able classrooms consume most of
report for classes. He said: children of the Air Force person- the play area.
STUDENTS TO During the past month the "The school board is not actingin nel at Homestead is. the only Supt. Joe Hall estimated that
other school in ,the about 267 children will be trans'
integrated
REMAIN school was operated with four !good faith. They should say to
'ferred Holmes. said this
colored and 14 ,white pupils. Some all the children in the Orchard county. r from lie
be- 'totie bet interest of
ct the white disappointed Villa area that they must go to would
parents are '
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An estimated 379 colored children children admitted the and the pupils
with the action of the that school" Of the number x> scryaHasftiem
were assigned to the Orchard board and most of them have indicated to Orchard Villa on Wed* I !in .area."
Villa Elementary School on Wednesday' that they will have their Sixty-seveh white children in nesday 112 had applied under (board leaves
by the Dade County children transferred to all-white Orchard Villa are already attendIng the Pupil Assignment law. Others e s out assign-
School Board. This closes one of schools all-white schools in other I livinj in the neighborhood" s, at least rarily.he .
the .firs) chapters in Florida's efforts areas and the 14 remaining may be transferred from the Holm] School Bo !in another
to desegregate its schools. Father Theod'cre' Gibson presi- do so' since a nQw state law! has Elementary which has a' p n, rejected the llcations off
MrL. Clara M. Pearsall will dent of the local branch of the nullified compulsory attendance capacity of 900, but has an g tend other
take over principalship Mon- NAACP and rector of ChristChurch for children assigned, to an inte- rollment of 1,600. It i It operating 1 s -s. Ir parentsappeal.
day with a..Negro faculty and criticized the action of grated school. on double sessions. Sixteen po 11 '

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37TH YEAR, NO. 7 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1959 PRICE TEN CENTS 16 PAGES





Negroes: Demand Park DesegregationMIAMI I




TAMPA A Negro delegation

m headed by Stato,NAACP president -
U.S. Court Commission A. Leon Lowry'told the Park
Upholds Rights Board Tuesday they would take

the case to court unless the city

SHREVSPORT, La. A three- John Miner Wisdom of the U S. Inlunctlon against the hearings ordered desegregation; at Lowry
Judge federal court Wednesday Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in The majority'opinion written by Park, the city's major park.

upheld the constitutionality of the New Orleans heard arguments Hunter said the procedures and Mayor Julian Lane accusing
federal Civil Ccmmlssion.I 7.Judges. commission in the
i Rights Aug.:! rules of the
of
local Negroes political maneuvering -
I However the court ruled the Hunter and Dawkins registrars cases 'were beyond the appealed to them Thursday -
i commission could not force Louisiana concurred in the majority opinionand jurisdiction conferred by law and their
for more time to answer
I vote registrars to testify Wisdom dissented. threatened the registrars with irreparable demands.

i without first advising them of I The court granted the state.. an damage
xr i charges against them. I Lane issued a 250-word statement -
,
Thursday afternoon follow
I The suit filed by
original was ing a meeting of the City Park
General Jack GremUlion on
Atty. Board which Just last Tuesday
behalf of the vote registrars. It Woman Killed by thatit
promised Negro delegation
I asked that hearings by the com-
Would with
mission on voter registration come up a.plan next
week to allow to
The engagement of Miss LoUiaC ,complaints:. by Negroes be shed Lowry Park. Negroes use

Major, daughter of Mrs. U. S. District Judge Ben C. BrotherinlawA . ,
'Blanche' Major of 1684 NW 73rd Dawkins Jr. issued a temporary : "Thisrequest''" a I appears?to.be
st. and Herbert Major Is an- restraining order July 12 to block politically inspired and timed to
nounced to the Rev. Samuel J. the hearings.The A / was shot and killed Ruby Lee Williams 34, was hit when all city officials 1 : are
Browne sen of Mrs. Ruth Williams three-judge special court, in a hallway- outside her apart- dead on arrival at Jackson Memorial struggling to find a solution ta
of New York City and the composed of Dawkins U. S. Dis- Hospital Sunday, nigh the bankrupt financial' situation.
nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Benja trict Judge Edwin F, Hunter of ment at 825 NW 70th St., police from bullet wounds /Jn her neck. we have Inherited."
min G: Neely of Key ,West. Lake Charles, La., and Judge reported Monday. and shoulder. '
Lane said that if given
more
Detective C. M. Shepherd sale
time he would call in "the bett
the woman's brotherinlawNathaniel
# Watson, 36, of 7151 NW,14th brains in our community" both
FEDERAL COURT TOLD White
and to come
Negro up
place, was being) sought for with solution
questioning in the slaying a workable

I i Lowry Park .U the site of

.. Fla. Pupil Law Not Used in Good Faith HEAD PEARSALL ORCHARD TO zoo"Fairyland attraction installed, ," and a more unique the recently city's children's only

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MONTGOMERY Ala. An I VILLA Lane said "if the group pro-
attorney for the National Association ' posing the integration of Fairyland -
GIRL
for the Advancement of Col- WINS ALIEN MARRIAGE will .not give us the time to '

ored People told the U. S. Fifth HOWARD U. solve this (problem , .then they
Circuit Court of Appeals here leave! me no choice but to insist

.. Tuesday that Florida's Pupil Assignment SCHOLARSHIPSondra RING BROKEN IN that Fairyland and other park
LAW is not being usedin facilities in our city continue their

good faith in Miami schools r operation on' a segregated. basis.
Robert L. Carter of New Yorkappeared r YORKNEW .
NEW .
before the three-Judge G .
panel to appeal a District Court -

ruling which upheld the Florida I c YORK The-'tfovemmontsays ,.1i
law and declared a Miami Negro 1 more than 30 aliens, paying r
student had not exhausted the tees averaging $400 each, have '\q(
administrative remedies provided entered the U.S. with the help ofa f E
bv the law. I "sham marriage" ring in Har '
M,;
The case referred to was that lem.Six l
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men and six women were
of Theodore Gibson Jr. filed by
Mra. Clora M. Pearsall princi-
indicted members of the ring
Sf
of the
his father who is president '
pal of Dunbar Elementary School
bringing in aliens from Jamaica,
Miami Branch NAACP.
BWI. for 21 years, has been assigned U
The NAACP' attorney argued R'he,12' were charged..wuith violating principal of.Orchard Villa Elementary i
; that the Dade County School the immigration and nat- in Liberty City. I
Board must show that it will do uralization laws by .lying to obtain Mrs. Pearsall and a Negro, faculty I
something about desegregation in admission of prospective' and staff will replace the t
Miami schools before the assignment "brides" or "grooms." present white personnel tn Mon- I
law can be relied upon. day when 379 additional Negro!
visas
Many of these got entry
student will transfer from overcrowded
over the quota through such misrepresentation Holmes Elementary.
NASSAU DEPORTS the governmentsaid. Nelson Adams, principal of A
The 12 indicted are scheduled -I L. Lewis Elementary at Home-
127 HAITIANSNASSAU to plead Oct. J 3. stead will replace Mrs. Pearsall ,t r7

Dunbar. Mrs Walton Y. Robins:: I
:
; 'Bahamas A char- r . an unassigned principal, will take
ter vessel is taking the Bahamas first place winner in the Elks over at A. L. Lewis. "
E. Johnson, daughter of State oratorical contest and as
latest batch of Haitian Wetbacks" The white personnel will be
,
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie L. Johnson contest' -,' --
home. second place regional absorbed in other ,lobs In the )0 "
The 127 passengers and sev- 14400 Carver Drive, Richmond winner she received a total of system. Felton "A.'Kemp: son of Mr. and
en crewmen of a Haitian sloop Heights, was among 150 entering. $600. She also received a scholar- -- Mrs Yorick Kemp of Liberty
were seized Tuesday midnight as freshman at Howard University I ship of $213 as winner of "Free-. YEAR 6ibSWALLOWS City, was ,promoted to captain on
who received a Howard scholarship dom is Our Heritage" con-
they attended a landing. British essay Sept. S. He has been assigned as
colonial official explained that as a result of their standingon test.Valedictorian LYEA Commanding Officer of TV Batter -
the University's national competitive of the Carver
Jail facilities already are so at his Air.Force post in Wks*
crowded with Illegal Haitian Immigrants scholarship examinations High School class of '39. Miss six-year-old girl was !to fair batten, Germany.
that the vessel Lady. administered to 3,318 students in Jchnson was a member of Carvers condition at Jackson Memorial
Baillou was chartered to return 29 states and the District of Co- dramatics club and newspaper Hospital Tuesday after swallowIng Captain Kemp is an alumnus of
the latest-comers. lumbia. staff, and president of the a mixture of lye and .,.rup. I Florida A&M University where
The. Bahamas will! send home In addition to the Howard school's National Honor Society. Judy Rutherford of 4300 NW32nd htf'' WM an outstanding figure In
next weofc nearly 200 other Haitians !- award of $500 a year for four She .Is enrolled the College of ave., was taking a bath the ROTC and other campus or-
rounded up during or after years. Miss Johnson received Liberal Arts, one of 10 schools when the accident occurred. Th ganizations. He is a member of
attempts 'to steal tsljOT!!} fcere,-:\ three other scholarship swards. As and colleges at Howard. (continued on page 9) Kappa Alpha Psl Fraternity,



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worker has been cited lot her
MRS. MYRTLE distinguished 'eontributitone! lr*) rellgitnis .
WOMAN'SDAY and elvifc: affairs on l loyal,
DAVIS state and oat bhal J leVds.l
SPEAKERMt. At the 7i30! serf i Ce ad iriter-
e / racial, ,pdnel, will discuss the
"L*t Our Woolen
theme, < Dedicate
ChUrch will!
Zion Baptist Woiriari's oil Their Lives, Their Talents, Their
observe its Day Time, ,Their Dollarsto. Chrl t."
Sunday Oct. 18. This observanceis 'Panel members, Include Mrs
unique in that all wooden 01 i
Charlotte F. Clark principal,
''he church are organized to render ,
this' T>OIJI ''las Elementary School; Mrs
a 1 : service toward making Eulalie Ginn director, esleyFoundation
day one that is abundantwith
University of Miami
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uplift and fellowshto.
spiritual Mrs. Parks Hunter president,
Preceding Woman's Day is a I United Church Womenof .Greater -
buffet. sUper) on Friday, Oct. 16.This \ Miami; and Mrs. Pauline C.
activity otters "a. period of Willis librarian, NorthwesternSenior
'A arm fellowship fr those in at- High. School. Moderatorfor
'endance At this time two indi- the panel Is Miss Marie D
viduals will have the title of Roberts, counselor, Booker r.
Queen and Princess bestowed up- Washington' High School.

::: on them" for: their outstanding con- Local religious and civic organ-,

_____oun_ tribution ward' a financfal goal.A ''zations and the general publicare
officers tette of Lillie C Evans rendereda dynamic speaker, has been urged to attend the morning!
This school moved off Those are:
year __..____ _
I beautiful selection.The short and evenin: services with both
with a pleasant start for Lillie C. President, Mrs. Claranda Sar- u. I I V I II IM / M M I I
Evans Elementary 4 I gent; vice president Mrs. Rosetta talks, given by our principal, Mrs. providing much inspiration and
Our (first PTA meeting which Walker; recording secretary, Miss Alese Gill and Mrs. Jenesta spiritual nourishment for all.
was held en Monday night, Sept. Johnnie Mae Allen' ; financial Sweeting were very enocuraging
28, proved to be quite a success- secretary, Mrs. E. Lamb? treasurer and inspirational
ful one. We'd like to take this Mrs. Adgnce Bradshajw; his- BUSINESS MEN!
opportunity to thank the many torian, Mrs. Ruth Jones; assis- On Octolber 2, the school patrol
parents and friends who came tant historian; Mrs, Pauline boys and girls were Installed! Have, You made plans for
out. The new officers for this Perez; ,parliamentarian, Mrs. Ruby 'Greetings were brought to instal- Your Retirement! Or for the
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year were installed by Mrs. Je- Parrott; chaplain. Everette Stew- lation service by the school patrol -
ofthe I I rfficers Mr. W. Milligan. Mr continuation of Your Business
nesta Sweetim. past president: I '
Dade County Council, PTA art.The chordettes, a musical quar- J. Williams and Mr. L. Wright in the event of the
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you, your

TRI-COUNTIES your Key Man. You can..

not trust this to luck.

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"' The Royal Arch Mason of Dis- I M problem: call . .
i 'rict No.4, which consists of i Charles Vorisek at
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3roward. Dade and Monroe of the I TU 8.0140
I Most Excellent Union Grand
I Chapter of Florida and Jurisdiction Representative of the

Fred Alexander, Grand High
Priest. METROPOLITAN' )


Wrkng under the ,protectfon of life Insurance Co.
'he Mat Worshipful Union Grand seected in the peson of Mrs.
sry t,' "R8e Lodge of the State and Jurisdicton Myrtle McLeod Davis past presi- ,........
dent of the Florida State Assoc-
of the State of Fla.P .
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: H. A. R. W. C. H. Henry, iation Mrs. of Davis Colored, a devoted Women's church Clubs Advertise It Pays!
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both male and female and other ENROLL NOW IN I
fraternal bodies and the public
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" are invited to attend Zerubbabel SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor
I day celebration at the Mt. Zion
PAGE' 2 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1959 Baptist Church, 3rd ave. and 9th a Life Long Profession
st., Sunday, Oct. 11 at 2 o'clock

. .. .. .. Florida's Oldest, Reliable and Complete School
.---.... ". --- Parade will begin at the Ma- ,
T',".,; .. < Greater Miami sonic Temple 1742 NW 3rd ave-- "
N.W. 2nd Avenue ]
1011 FR 4-9998
-.. at 1 ".m. This effort is to help the A"; -

t'--, Temple NewsThe educational program of Royal r< < >< < x *< < *
... ': Arch Masons of Florida .
M John S. Williams, <><>< F r Hd membership drive tea was Chairman of Committee
a tremendous success on Sunday George McQuay,
. pm.. Sept, 27. The Greater Miami Supervising Deputy NOW RENTING I !
n Elk Club was a scene of Carey P Bentley, .
'
Sd beauty. Dt. Hester Rivers, general I District Deputy
chairman, did not over estimate,
I the outstanding affair. It was 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments
outstanding The program, short I ARMSTRONG
and sweet features Houses Stores
special were I MANOR HOMES -
the Lord's Prayer by Lee Ruth
Davis, Mt Tabor Junior Choir, Call Ora D. Taylor
Ihe. occasion, Dt. Blanche Dean Red. Real Estate Broker Brown Sub Coconut Grove \

and the many, many friends we CE 5-4246 Liberty City Downtown
hqd not seen for quite a while
The tea table was ,breathtaking fn
its beauty. A center piece madeof
purple and white hor' douveurs WILSON RENTAL AGENCY, Inc.
stood ,out, in bold contrast against

hostesses ferns and crotons.were Our on the host Job.and 1307 N.W. 3rd Ave FR 4-0116

-s. wM ..,-- Friends and well wishers came
MRS. LILLIAN CLARK, all afternoon and evening.Dt. t I

. Woman's Day ChairmanThe Ruler Muldrow was charm
ing as she Introduced celebritiesof
virtuous woman-Mainstay Elkdom and otherwise. Back., To SchoolTeachers
of the Christian Home."
Our special thanks to Greater
A theme of such beauty and Miami Bills for their loyalty to
value should not be neglected by the daughters: Of course. the Special for
anyone .The theme Is to be car- !membership is still on. -
ried out the entire week ,prior to STN j
Woman's Day, which is to be observed Over 50 guests enjoyed the YOU-who are standing on 'your feet all
on Sunday, Oct. 25. hosritaJity- of Dt. Hester Rivers Kan
W't
at her lovely home on Tuesday, g day. '
All members and friends are Sept. 22 to help celebrate he? l *
being asked to attend all services birthday. Every delectable treat,
during, the week was included on the menu to m YOtJ-whose nerves Stay on edge
make her day a memorable one. .,
No one should forget the dateof .YOU
who feel tired and be-
October 25, 'because this is the Remember a soft answer COMMUNITY DRUGS always

day when two dynamic speakers I turneth way wrath, but grlev- draggled
will be presented. Names to be ious.words stir up anger. 6750 N.W. 15th Aye. "
announced later.
YOU-who complain ;of circulationand
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Lillian Clark, wife of the pas-
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Louise Moss, (president of choir ,
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Along Freedom's Road < Hayward, 'Who ended a SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1959 PAGE 3' ,. .. ::J

year's retirement from the screento '

play the role of Barbara Graham meeting on Monday, Oct. 1 at 8 ,:
-- ---- Attention
RUTH PERRY '
Ay
convicted murderess in the ,
in the auditorium. Please j "
pjm. ,
.... ----- --- ---- -..--- Figaro production for United All parents of children attending make it a date to be there:. "
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Artists "I Want to Live' is Dorsey Junior High School t.,
_ Freedom u"" Interpreted and a-loaf" of freedom disappears '
known in Hollywood as the (fore- are urgently requested to be Peter L. Thompson, PresvE. .
understood by minority group, is mlhty fast outside the Miami K Lockhart principal .".
most exponent of the "l st wo present for our monthly PTA ,.
still far from the desired 'roal. This area. And, upon second thought, man" type of stellar role. '.
fact bionics even clearer when .maybe if we \ut underneath that "I Want to Live" open Sundayat
we consider the largest minority rosy glow, maybe the Miami area the Capitol Theatre.
group In the U.S.-Negroes. is. net as desegregated as some :
would think. We All know the Iii .
HALF A LOAF pressure that has been placed, and WHITE .GANG i
is placed upon the NAACP when- 1 ,
Peoll are the same all over ever this organization takes a ATTACKSYOUTHS .
the world, it seems. If conditionsare determined stand, or makes a legal J a r.a r. ,
fairly quiet and stable, most Case out of discriminatory
people! don't want a change or practices. Lately an organization IN N.Y. *
anything to happen that' might x,
known as CORE has been tryingin
the status Even NEW YORK A mob of white
disrupt
quo. its own way, and by its own ,
people ''Who have suffered discrimination methods, to break down the pat- yrutihs' carrying sticks and knives
and the effects of tern of segregation. attacked a group of Negroes outside T'a :\
prejudice j and bigotry for years, I a Brooklyn school Mondayn
under the appearance of complete WHERE NOW, ARE WE ( iht, beating the Negroes and '
freedom, tend to be apathetic and I stabbing one of them in the chest. \

willing to let things stay as they It has become all too apparent Three white youths were arrested iiw1 't'L
are only don't let's have any hat some restaurant managers and booked early today on _
trouble." feel that even the "half loaf" is Charges: of felonius assault and i',
too much for CORE members, or acting in concert in connection ,
People cf this nature must belieVe
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any member of the Negro race. .with the attack.
in the philosophy that contends Where dees. this cut us, then?
that 'half a loaf is better The white youths numbering
RI4ht: wehere we started with the
than acne." Surely there must be basic about 40, attacked six Negroes
original fact matter
no
many persons who subscribe to what organization tries to breakthrough while they were leaving a recreation
this wayxyf thinking in the Miami center at the school. Ernest I $
the wall of segregation,
area, because the Negro population we need concerted action and Armstrong, 16, was stabbed.
as a Whole does not appear: Police said that those involved
combined determination to break
to be overly concerned that they in the incident were not membersof f
down
prejudice and bi'gotry.' Only
are eating only half a loaf of street (gangs
by the few changing to the
freedom when they could have the many .
whcle' loaf.Perhaps fighting discrimination, only by .
action instead of apathy, only by ,10 GHANA WOMEN wY

too, living in the MIami voting Instead of-'grumbling' and Y ;
area somewhat smoothe over only by accepting our responsibilities WIN SEATS IN k
the evidences prejudices and of citizenship will we show

discrimination and cover segregation the Miami area, and incidentally PARLIAMENTWASHINGTON
with a little ('Whitewash to the south, that half a loaf is not ;
that it isn't too apparent. Perhaps enoirh. We want the whole loaf .
(ANP) -
Negroes can vote without too of freedom.
law.
Ghana has recently passed a
much trouble. Pephaps handfulof .. . ., ,
a ... ,
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Negro children a re now,attend Parliament there.
serve In the
ing an "integrated" school. Perhaps PHIL OSSOFER I This fact was revealed by two :;;: : .
but when 's.
we really consider Ghana YWCA workers currently .
the situation, are Negroes visiting that country. Although
SAYS
really getting even that prover- : there are presently no women. In .

bial 'half-a-loaf" in Miami I say .----- - - the Ghana Parliament, said Mrs. In Fine Whiskey. ,
this because every bite of that Thyra Casely-Hayford, there was
half loaf has been bought with.Investigations. An interesting development in once One, Mrs. Mabel Dove. While

delaying tactics and traffic safety programs is the one Mrs. Dove was visiting Americaon FLEISCHMANN'Sis J .
costly court cases. Only the ag- sponsored by the Greater Miami i a leadership exchange grant,I :\
gressive determination on the part Council of Churches. The coun- something Important came up In
of a small number of Negroes has cil states that safety is a moral their country necessitating a the BIG buy I !
made this much possible. responsibility How true! quick election, and their only
woman representative was de-
BEYOND THE ROSY GLOW We are bound by the command- feated. N .N

ment, 'Thou Shalt Not Kill,"
If things look somewhat rosyto Now under the new law womencan
while
we are driving. Despite PROOF
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many people in the Miami area, this ,admonition, we seem to for- occupy at least 10 of the 104 is why!
let's go a little farther afield. Not get our spiritual training while seats provided for Parliament
more than 20 or 25! miles from the driving. We cry for (peace, thin members. She further revealed. .
heart of Miami we might as well that less than 30 members of I
carry on a war on wheels,: BLENDED WHISKEY 00 PROOF 68% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS
be rcsfding in Mississippi, be- their Parliament are members of
slaughtering our fellow citizensat THE FLEI30HMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY
cause here we have the same old a rate of 40,000 a year in traffic the opposition party. It is hardto
pattern of white supremacy (not In two-thirds of all accidents keep up with the opposition
even "half-a-loaf.") We have there are violations of some traf- because many of them have join

intimidation ("If you ",belong to fic law. Thus religion is desperately ed with the other forces.

the NAACP, things can get mighty needed here. I EVERYTHING IN I .
warm around here"); coercion

("Tf' you don't get mixed up in The council's traffic safety pro Attention PleaseWhy
any of those outside organizationswe'll gram is an invitation to extend
see that you get that license our religion to this importnat I our nations spend so muchto SCHOOL SUPPLIESAT
'you want"); police brutality ("We phase of life behind the whiel. curt diseases. Four letter
don't have to book him let's This is as it should be. cause It, In the mind of man, back
keen him in jail for awhile and It with the bible, and one word
teach the rest of those niggers a t believe religion, is a full time will curt u.. See his disciple: LOWEST PRICESCOMMUNITY

lesson") Job, not- just reserved for one
day in the week. The coin I ELDER P. J. JOHNSONH
The farther MI- DRUG
from the
away of spirituality, unless it is entirely -
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ami the the
area we tret, worse
pattern cf white supremacy be- .polden. is counterfeit. Our religious North Miami Beach, Pis. Corner N.W. 15th Ave. and 68th St. OX 1-7B15
life, if only a part timrlife
010
comes, protestations of over-all
is false. This dees not mean ,
gocd-wlll: on the part of most of we must be ,perfect.! It simply Indicated -,
the people of Florida to the
con- should consciously
that ,we -
tr rv. How can we think otherwise endeavor to elevate ourselvesin I

when it's worth your living 01 all phases of life, Includingthe i
maYbe even your life If you try motoring 'phase. Protect Your Furniture
to vote or Shaw) an active interestin I

Imorovlng yoor citizenship The Greater Miami Council of Custom Made Clear Vinyl
rates in some parts of Northern Churches invited all to participate -
Fi'tirta! ? Few can we think otherwise in"this worthy program. Its Slip CoversCut
when one of the most viru- : slogan Is "Doing together whatwe
J J-"t examples of white supremacy cannot do alone." Let's all get and pinned on your furniture it
ronrKjlns as an officer of the law, together in this life saving cam- home
H- to uohold and 'rctect citizen
lint! irwteid upholds bigotry and Let's cooperate the safety way
rrotect segregationists? Net) wait till it's too late, 1
.' Our action now may help delay
So even the semblance of'half- I Thai date we have with fate.

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furnishedand licenced
The guest houses are well located, nicely practical nurses
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beautifully landscaped :f aserap meeting Sunday, Oct. 11 at the
of
Bermuda is a clean city. You don't find Francis Funeral Home. The time
paper on any of its streets or in the outlying::ssCtfons watoured. t is 5 pm. .
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Bermudians seem to be ''generally happy. We talked Mr.: Perpall reporter

the thing, *. ., J
to all classes. They say same
Naturally there are some racial problems. Recently JOHNNY SEZ:
+Office at 1112" NW Third, Ave.:, Avenue-Phone MlamJ,,'Florida-OX Phone 1.0421 FR 3.2236 Bermuda made a change in its housing policy. Negroes'were $Spend a while in my' huge
Plant at 6740 N.W 15th'
-.--.-.. not allowed in White hotels. Now they can goth cool warehouse and you,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: dance but they cannot occupy rooms i in the like thousands before you,
dine and
will .buy And ma..1. l at the
'ONE YEAR $4 BO SIX MONTHS $2.76 THREE MONTHS $1.70H hotel integration
hotels They are looking forward to complete vast amount of clothing,
Ef SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor in the not distant future. shoes, brka-brao: furniture.- ,
i i Garth C. Reeve', Managing Editor and Business Manager Their schools are segregated, but they are -not', top, etc., collected under one
worried about"it. This too they believe will be changed*, I roof so neat so clean
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TEMPORA MUTANTU ET NOS MUTAMUR |N ILLIS to crisp. Every day we
.The Times Are Changed And l We Are ChAnged \With Them" The movie houses were segregated as far as seating is [get fresh flood from the
concerned. Ye Editor learned that Bermuda's youth Gables, M.B. and the "Is
KntVrwl, as Second Class Matter, August 0, 1027 at the Post Office brought about this change by boycotting the shows. lands." Big sale now en!
at Miami Porllla.!> under the act of March 8, 1870 50 A1 i Winds, 80* up cornices .
There seems to be no real poor people in Bermuda. $3.00 up, 25 rollaway
We didn't even see a. barefoot person, and there are no 'beds with mattresses 10.00
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK beggars. Bermuda has very few big cars. Taxis are Aus- chests up, 10, dressers radios $8.50 vanities up, $10 25

,Ye Editor returned on Wednesday afternoon from tins ,and other makes.. There are plenty of motorcycles and 7io $12 up, tricycles $2.95 up,
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Bermuda Eastern Airlines. bicycles. bicycles $12 up, automaticIrons
Washington
by :
$2.95 up, hotel spreads
This visit was made as a guest of the Inter-American Some of the streets are narrow and winding. These $1.00 and $1.50 ea., etc.
Travel Agent Society and the North's "Travel Bureau of little cars are just the thing for them. Other prices: Blouses 5$,
' Miami. Ye Editor met some interesting people. Among them silk skirts, dresses 10*, cotton .

Arriving at New York, we had quite ,a layover at the Hilton Hill, owner of Hill's Travel Bureau, Bermuda and 15* up or, wool ladles skirts jackets, dresses 15*, 2
terminal while we waited for the Eagle Air Line'sin- Hill's Travel l Bureau of New York. Mr. Hill is also a for- for 25*, ladles hats 15*, also
coming plane that would take us to Bermuda. This plane I mer member of the Bermuda Legislature. selection better dresses;
had to go around Hurricane Hannah, then in the Bermudaarea. I Ira Phillips, who is the assistant to A. B. Place, editor 23 men's* up ties over 1*, 50,000 dress pants work I
: of the Bermuda Recorder. The Recorder is publishedon pants and shirts 49* each,
In the terminal the executives of Eagle Air Lines entertained Wednesdays and Saturdays and has a circulation of for $1.25, nice dress shirts
49*, name brand shirts 99*,
6,000. .
the group with cocktails and hors d'oeuvres
woolen O.D.
Army pants
There were, 16 representatives of the Society with Earl Phillips has been with the paper for many years. He and shirts $2.00 up, chino
Kennedy of., Detroit, Mich., as president. Other members is also ,the executive secretary of the Tourist Association., shirts $1.25 up, Eisenhower
were ::;vMrs. 'Freddie Henderson and Miss Daisy' Dunn of Joseph DeLain of the ,Pan-Euro-Carib Tours, the' jacket $1.95, fatigue caps
Henderson :Travel, Atlanta, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. WilliamMorris Bronx, N.Y. is congenial fellow. We walked around the rebuilt 15*, paratrooper shoes $4.95 upLat.est garrison.

: 'of Mexico City; Edward Burke, and Mrs Willie city and waterfront looking things over. I style, 3 button single
Bundrant of Wanderlust Travel, Dertoit ; Charles North, The whole group of agents were just amiable, nice breasted silk or worstedmen's

Nonth Travel, Miami ; Mrs. Florence Taylor of Hawley- folk. The same goes for the people we met in Bermuda. (near new suits) records$12.50 78's each, 3
Carter Agency, New York City; Jos. Delain of Pan- Almost, forgot to mention that on our way to Ber- for 10*, others 10 15*, albums .
Euro-Carib Tours, the Bronx, N.Y. ; Mrs. Jessye Harshaw, muda the pilot called our attention to Hurricane Hanmh $1.00, dishes/5c, poc
Sales Associates; Washington ; Henry Watson, Republic in the distance. We had a peep at her. I must admit she of ket children's novels 3 clothIngDeal.ers for 25*-Loads.

Travel, Washington ; Carl Green, Detroit; Hilton G. Hill, is not at ,all good looking. welcome. Everybody Is
International Vacation Service, New York ; Miss Sara Returning to Washington we found Mr. and Mrs welcome at Johnny Millionaires .

Slack, Travel Editor of New York Amsterdam News. Hurt Jackson and Mrs. Edith Wars (they are well known Center, Wholesale 6327 ,NW 36th- Retail Ave.,

We were officially welcomed at the airport by T. H. j,,in Miami) sister of Charles North, and my niece, .at the corner 54th St. NE 49276.
Mowbray, executive secretary of the Trade ,Development airport waiting for us. Open 9.6 Mon. thru Sun.
Board and members of the Bermuda Resort Association, At home, there was a delicious dinner with Charles P.S. used Tops paid for your
good
host to the group.Following 'Wars as host; Later came the Reeves, Jessie and Fred and OPEN merchandise ALL DAY
are members of the Resort Association: as some folk would say: "A, good time was had by all." SAT. AND SUN."PUNCTUALITY.

Wesley Gale, president; Donald Smith, vice president; Ira Monday morning I took it easy. At 2 o'clock I had
Phillips, executive secretary ; Percival Rattray, Lillian dinner. Spent part of the afternoon with Atty. Frank I
Minors, treasurer and Hilton C. Hill, sales director. Reeves at his office. Frank is my nephew. He will be remembered IS
Friday evening we were entertained with ,a Cocktailand by many Miamians as counsel with Atty. G. E. THE POLITENESS OF
Buffet Supper at the Plaza Hotel. Graves, Rev. Thedore Gibson and others in the Miami KINGS"
The agents held their sessions at the Board Room of f Branch NAACP-Florida Legislative Investigation Com-
the Bermuda Trade Dvelopment Board. mittee hassle, last year. (Author's name below)

At;, Saturday's luncheon at the Imperial Hotel, E." T. At baseball time I played a hard game helping :the Punctuality Is more than
Richards, barrister-at-law, and a member of the Bermuda Los Angeles Dodgers in their third World Series victory.On just politeness In our phar-
Legislature was the guest speaker.At Tuesday after breakfast I thought I'd like to 'macy. Almost everything we
the 5:30;: open'session of the meeting some interest check up on Uncle Sam's mint. You know we have been supply affects the better
ing discussion for better service and acc, modation .for having quite a number of prominent visitors'to our country health or comfort of. our
visiting tourists took place. recently.:: Thon too, some unusual things have been patrons. Therefore we make
On Saturday evening a dinner meeting was held at happening. In this I didn't make first base. I popped up. every', possible effort to keep
the Sunset Lodge, when the visiting travel agents, membersof Anyhow for satisfaction I called my sister-in-law, Jessie, any spoken Or Implied .
the Bermuda group and the local, and visiting press to assist me in ,checking up on the boys and girls employ promise.
representatives made local 'and other-observations pertain- ed at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.We Rain or shine, our phar'

ing to the future outlook of the travel industry as it concerns made the tour, but there were crowds on tour, macy Is opened at Its specified
Bermuda. probably they had the same idea I had. time each morning.

On'Sunday I worshipped at the Cathedral of the Most The process of producing the currency is really in- Busy or not we stay open
Holy Trinity, the Rt. Rev. Anthony L. E. Williams, M.A. t..e. ting The $100,000 note is the largest ever produced late hours for sickness
Oxon.. Sub-prelate of the order of St. John of Jerusalem, by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. keeps no early closing hours.

Dean, and the Rev. Canon W. J. Manning, M.A., Dub. et If you have not seen the bureau do so" on your next Compounding prescriptions
Oxon., Residentiary Canon. I was pleased to accept an invitation visit to Washington. I can now report that your is our most Important duty
to read the Epistle at the 9:45: a.m. Family is well guarded and being cared for properly, currency so now and you can depend on us
Eucharist.The everybody .can be at ease. to always have them ready
service was well attended. Met a interesting at the promised time. ,
very Following luncheon I relaxed l and got ready to play
member of the choir. He is blind but he sings lustily. the last game of the series. I did play it well, but not well e
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The Cathedral is a beautiful structure on Church St. enough, you know what- happened. YOUR
about a quarter block from the Imperial Hotel where I Wednesday morning the Reeves' took me to the air CAN DOCTOR PHONEFR

lived. port and I was on my way back ,to Home Sweet Home. 3-2932
Was invited to another'parish for the evening service 'Now it's a big thank you to the Bermuda Association. WHEN YOU NEEDA
but had to ,decline.as our plane was leaving at 345.. r They do accept American currency, but they didn't accept MEDICINEPick
On our, afternoon sight-seeing' tour we visited the mine. Everything was free to me.
Crystal 'Caves This work of nature is really wonderfuland Thanks also to Charles North. Whenever we are together ,
not easily described (by Your Editor) Bermuda' boastsof Charlie looks after me. tip your, prescription ;I
it.as tourist attraction and we are in accord. I played the last game of the World Series real hard If shopping near us, or let
,We visited the beaches, some worthwhile estates and and my club won.RUPTURE . us deliver promptly without
views of the city and harbor from a hilltop. extra charge. A great many

We saw the Atlantic Beach Club, a famous entertainment people prescriptions.entrust May us with we com-their

spot. Percy Paynter:, owner. He is one of Bermuda's PILES a PROSTATE pound yours T
successful ,business men who owns property in Bermuda'snine Rectal '
-parishes. Diseases . o Varicose Veins -8-

Effect! lnle.., non-surgical office treatments at low cost-, SERVICEDRUG
Time did not allow us to see everything, but we saw no loss time or Income. Avoid
much about this beautiful resort. surgery and hOlplt IIZltlon. Why
and heard
wear truss? Why suffer, and STORE
delay
get ?
worse
Our tour had to end, while ,the main portion went to
the Gunpowder Tavern at St. Georges for a 5 o'clock lobster Special O CONSULTATION FREE B 1240 N.W. 3rd Avenue
medication/
treatments, diets for arthritis
neuritis
dinner. ulctra -
Bermuda is beautiful. It has an area of 22 square of blood pressure sinus anemia, lost vigor, chronic disease PRESCRIPTIONCHEMISTS
men and women. .

miles.There are three hotels and three guest houses owned 'DR. LONG'S CLINIC REDUCING Quotation France by(17551824)Ccpyright Louis 18th of ,

by Negroes. One of them is in the heart of the city, a 21 S.W. 13th Ave.. FR 3-2743 e A General Health Service
stone's throw from the Cathedral, the location of the pro- I 1959 (10W1)PAGE"
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Florida A and M Alumni ( ,
Association will meet Saturday, Fashion.Tea. Sunday P Personal l ,MentionDr \ ,
Oct. 10, 8 pjn. All FAMU grad- I I
i uates are urged to attend. The No. 2 'c&blr jpi*Greater H., pweeting, owner"blxtheSweeting's
--I Lorraine Sawyer, secretary Bethel AME Church ,pres'ents its. Estate will leave:SM$ >-
iL nwtr Willis Murray, president annual Fashion Tea featuring I i .rJaj. for New York City wherehe ,
,II Mrs. Ann LIndsey, Sunday, Oct. will attend the 7th weddingof
LOCAL BARBERS are not too ALPHA') \ CHI PI OMEGA So-I 11 at the Dixie Park auditorium' his brother;1 with' He reception* In to the be
Waldorf-Astdrla: hopes
pleaSed twith the closlaj rarity Is" coming !WIth 340 NW 13th St. ',_ *
new your way
LOTS FOR SALE In about four
in t city:
back
th.e
regulation on weekends. QUt i an Autumn Tea 'benefit James E. 'Mrs. Laura Wllscn is, !president,
Liberty City area they held ,a Scott Day' Care Center, Sunday, Corner 150 x 120 Rev, S. A. Cousin pastor days. ,/t,
,pow-wow over scalping regulations I Oct. 25 at 6 p.m. Sunlight I - - --
and stayed open Saturdayas School of Beauty Culture's 'unique I Build on your lot
usual. What the outsome of invites are in the mail. A prom FOOTBALL! FOOTBALL!
the new regulations handed down and Hair Style revue on the 6th or mine
by the Barber Commissioner will of' November along twith the We take of financing'
be detrmined this weekend . .I crrwnlng of "Miss1' Sunlight" will care ClassicTHE .
U'p' Hallandale way somethingnew climax a (grand ,evening at ,the I 5th Annual Fla.
is in the making. Invites are I Harlem Square, not to mentionthe NO MONEY DOWN
out for an afternoon Cocktail annual banquet Nov. 2, and Cash
paid for lots
Party at the beautiful Hallandale graduation the same day. your or WILDCATSVS.
Country Club. Dr. I. P. Davis and homeSEYMOUR BETHUNE COOKMAN
Dr. J,,L. Bass are coordinators.FOR .
Medical Scholarships 'I BARON M-
THAT Fall Tea at the '
beautiful Elks Home on 16th ter.I. Dr. Franklin C. McClean, secretary JE 8.1340
Sunday evening you may contact cf the National MedicalFellgsships Licensed and Insured Builder THE FLORIDA A. & M. RATTLERSIN
most Ancient Matron Rosalyn of Chicago announc- .
Seymour. It's St. Cecelia Court 1 ed recently that the Sloan Foundation '
Nc, 14 presentation OIl New York has granted THE GAME OF THE YEAR

$60,000 ,for 10 f ur-year fellowships ...
OCTOBER BIRTHDAYS: senda to go to promising Negro Featuring The
friend a card. 9th James Fifer, collaje students. The grant raisesto METROPOLITANLife FAMED FAMU AND B.C.C. MARCHING BANDS
Beatrice Richardson, Emma Williams more than $1,000,000 which the

Thomas, ;Hazel 10th, Bernhardt Wilcox, Ruby Bradley; raised National for Medical Negro medical Fellowship training.has [ Insurance Co. Saturday Night Oct. 24 = 8 p.m. '
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11th, Ellen Pierce, Marian Henry,
Cleomi Crumpton, Stephanie An-I Dr. McLean, emeritusprofessorof THE LARGEST INSURANCE
derson; Ellen Pierce; 12th, Max- the University of Chicago, COMPANY IN THE WORLD The Gator, Bowl, Jacksonville, Fla.
Brawn, Lacey Drayton, Marian long a guiding light at Provident ,
ine Miller; 14th Sharayeen Hcspital, Chicago, points out now offers you a completeline Box (Seat $3.50 General Admission $2.50
Shannon, David Bythwood, Spry that 25 percent of all Negro board of insurance Mall orders. ,for tickets will be (accepted after October 12 by
Davis; 15th, Enid Curtis, Cathy certified specialists have received
Paul Hyde, Business Manager, Bethune.Cookman College, (Day
Coachman, Andre Nicholson . financial aid from the National O LIFE "
,, Lydia Richardson and Earl Hiiggs Medical Fellowship organization: tona Beach, Florida; H. R. ,Partridge, Business Manager, FloridaA
wedding announcements were, since its 'founding in 1946ANP. HOSPITALIZATIONINCOME and M ,University, Tallahassee, Florida '
dated Oct. 2 So it's one week today .
Congrats. PROTECTION Tickets on sale after October 12 at the following Jacksonville
1 I FOR RENT All policies available on monthly I locations: Myrtle (Avenue Hosiery Store, '2212 Myrtle Ave.,

ADD OCTOBER birthdays, Oct. ADULTS basis Mom's Kitchen, 1236 Kings ''Road, .Brlnkley's Place, 1200 13th
4, Garth Reeves Jr.. '2, Cynthia. I FOR Phone Charles Vorisek at St., Kozy Korner, Davis at Eighth, Hollywood Music Store, 605
Bethel, 7. Janie Reeves Harry I
Smith, the barber got a hot tip on 2-room apt. $7.50 per week.. TU 8-0140 I Ashley 8t, Cohen ,(Brothers, St. James Boulevard, Harry Finkle.
the stock market and is makinga Biscayne Park NE 121st St.I for Information and appointment stein Co, '633 W Bay >8t,, and Tourist Bureau, Hemming Park
small killing . The Henry Ar- ,
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girl, a redhead like her mama .
And Janice Faison Railroad.See .
Owens has a
boy, born Oct. 4' David Burns, Schwliy Dlitlllvt Co.,..Y.c. BLINDED WHISKY OF ELEGANCE, 88 Proof Wfi Onto Niutnl Spirit*
the Kitif Ccle Beauty Supply Rufus WashingtonApt.
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By Lulx Virgil Ovtrbaa for ANP -
BOOKER T. DOWNS NORTHWESTERNAND
THIS WEEK'S GAMES Oct. 10)) -

close} one, Winston-Salem. over tantalizing Xavier and Texas MIDDLETONDUEL
Alabama A and M lat Flak GILBERT 18.12 '
Wiley at Florida A and ,M Bluefleld' in one that can go the I College stepping' Langston. TO 66TIE
Morehouse other way, Johnson C. Smith over MIDWEST West Virginia
Hampton at Central State and The Booker T. Washington
Elizabeth City with room to State over
Jackson iat Arkansas AM and N I The Northwestern Bulls
motored to Jack- I and
St.Paul's Lincoln Mo. bettering Kentucky Tornadoes up
and' ( )
spart, Fayettevllle over
Lincoln (Pa.) at National AggiesN. sonville and defeated Matthew'Gl1bert the Middleton Tigers of Tampa

C, College at St.State AugustineShaw SIAC -in a Alabama battle of A futility and M ek- State.Tn other games it will !be the High by a score of 18-12 dueled to a 6-6 tie Friday nightat

Bluefleld at Virginia at Winston,.Satem I ing by Fisk, Alabama State rip ,I National Agies romping over last Thursday night. Middleton Miami Stadium.drew first blood
ping Lane. Benedict rocking Lincoln (Pa.), Norfolk State edging The Tornadoes broke a 12-12
Albany State Benedict at Edward WatersKnoxville Knoxville, Clarke slipping by ,Tus- I South Carolina Trade, Albany tie on Quarterback Gus Mar I in the opening period when they
at koliee, Southern overwhelmingXavier State defeating Edward Waters, shall's 27 vard par to Halfback blocked> a Northwestern punt and
Elizabeth City at Johnson Smith and Morris ,Brown blast- Paul Quinn slaughtering! Jarvis, James Multirr.ore in the final 'recovered on the Bulls' 18 yard
Paul Quinn at Jarvis I line. Six plays later Israel Lang
ing Bethune-Cookman. Rust surprising. Leland, Living- period.
Paine at Livingstone | 12-0 lead Junged over from the 1. The try
SOUTHWEST Jackson over stone slipping by Paine and Mississippi Gilbert had taken a
Maryland State at Morgan Arkansas AM and N, Philander I Vocational topping Mis- in the first period on two scoring for point was no good.
Langston at Texas College ,
(Fort Worth, Texas) Smith upsetting Bishop, Southern I sissin i Indurstrial. dashed runs by 97 Robert yards Hayes.fcr the Hayes first Neither team reached pay dirt

West Va. State at Central State in the second or third period.
the
for
score and 10 yards sec-
Grambllng at Tennessee State Early in the final stanza the

Howard at Delaware State CARVER DOWNS MAYS RAMS ond.Halfback James Vickers put Bulls tied the score when Bobby;
Lincoln Mo. drove from the 3 for
Kentucky State //at ( ) Felts over a
Booker T back in the witha
A AT at South Carolina State DILLARD' ;20-7 game touch'down., The attempted con-
CRUSH ELY 39-6 24-yard touchdown run in tha
Bishop at Philander Smith version was missed.
second Multimore 24
quarter.
ran
Norfolk State The' Carver High School Hor-
B.C. Trade at
Lane at Alabama State (Oct. 9)) nets came from 'behind, scored Scoring a touchdown and a yards fcr the tying score in tiha HURRICANESPREPARE
Allen at Palrle View two touchdowns in the second point in the first period, two last period' Marshall then uncorked -
Clark half and defeated the touchdowns and a point in the the l tjtame-deciding' ,pass to FORLOUISIANA
Tuskegee at Dilla/d
Fayetteville at St. Paul' High Panthers of Ft. Lauderdale second, two in the third and an- Multimore. All of the points after
Leland at Rust 20-7 Saturday at Dorsey Park. other point in the final, the Mays touchdown were missed.JAMAIC.AN ,

Miss. Industrial at Miss. Vocat. The Hornets drew first blood Rams defeated Blanche Ely of
Pompano each by .overwhelming WINS Louisiana State, national football -
an
Southern at XavIer early in the opening period when
champions of 1958 Is
margin: of 396. a
Morris Brown football team
The flayed: in the greater than last
game was
own left end for 10 yards $140,000LONDON
year and they see little chance of
GAMES TOP ending a 70 yard drive. The try Homestead Ball" Park in Home
the Baton Rouge Tigers losing
stead. a
FOOTBALL WEEK for point was no good.
(ANP) Reuben single ''game this year.
Two intersectional games and second Dillard took when the lead Fullback in the Halfback Cecil Young led the ,McCatty, a 42-year-o'd Jamaicanlast This was unanimous opinion of
one intrastate rivalry will do Edward quarter Rams scoring parade by hitting, week won $140,000 in a soc- the University of Miami coachingstaff
Smith from
much toward the settling of national the Halfback plunged James over pay dirt three times. Young cer cool MoCatty, a 1950 graduate as they' prep the Hurrincanesfor
claims on the football :froM added one Kirby scored fIrst in the second period of Fttward university, Wash- the game at Baton Rouge Sat-
the
this weekend. point on another lino en a pass from Johnny Fletcher, ington, DC. said he will use his urday night.

The big ones 'Will pit two teamsof buck.Early in the third the on a play that covered 63 yards. i taxfree winnings to become a Head Coach Andy Gustafsonsaid
period
Tigers, Grambling at Tennessee Hornets Young aljaln/ scored in the third doctor.In : "Louisiana State has one of
State; two Carolina powers 39 yard regained from the Ernest lead Hart on to B period on a 23-yard run. In the England for the past two the finest football' teams I have
A&T at South Carolina State, and Richard pass Baxter. final period, another pass, Flet- years. MoCatty has been workingas ever seen. They remind me very
bitter Maryland rivals' MarylandState Adolphus Pauik cher to Young was good for 45 a .hospital attendant. He has muCh of the teams we had during -
converged via and another : studied medicine five In the
yards
at Morgan. placement.The score. years golden years at West
Switzerland and continued his Point, 1944, 1954 1946
Both Gramblinigi and Tennessee during the
Hornets increased their
Frank Woods tallied two times, II studies while in London. Blanchard-iDavis-Tucker "
State traditionally strong. era.
are score in the final stanza when
once on a 1 yard plunge in the _
Last year, both were below/ par, Miller plunged over from the 4 second period, climaxing a 75-.
but this they are making a I
year to climax a 61 yard drive. Paulk yard drive and again on a 45-
comeback. Nevertheless, Tennessee -
State is hard to beat at home. missed the conversion. yard Halfback!run late Furman in the final Gatewood period. YOU ASKED FOR IT!

The huddle does not think
Gramlbllng can do the job. NORTH DADE started the scoring for the Rams I So here it is-A full ONE YEAR -
when he ,iplumied> over from the
In Orangeburg, S.C., South CRUSHESSTUART 3 in the opening period to climax I, AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE

Carolina State 'Will face the chal- 40.0The a 33 yard drive. Young and Policy for moat people with only '
lenge of the mighty A&T A&fies Woods added the !point after I
of the CIAA. South Carolina State North Dade Thunderbird touchdQwn in the is a new power, but has not of Opa Lccka crushed the Stuart final quarters. I
\ reached the status of A&T yet. Training School of Stuart, by a Ely's only score came in the SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY'
i This will' be close, but the Aggies margin of 40-0 Saturday after final perkd when Ralph Adderly!
, will win. noon in Opa Locka. ran around his own left end for'
Probably/ the best game of the The Thunderbirds scored In 10 yards and the TD. The attempted 645 N.W. 36th St. 27th Ave. Farmers' Market
year will pit Morgan against each period of the game. conversion 'was missed. PL 9.5284 NA 4-1811
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Maryland State in Baltimore. Halfback T. C. Terry and Full
Coach Ed Hurt's Morgan Bears back Roy Barry scored two TDs BETHUNE
do not like Coach Skip I McCain'sMaryland eadh' for the Opa Locka 'boys
State Hajwks. Morgan while Fullback Louie Rogers and HOMECOMING
plays its ibest game of the season Halfback James Floyd tallied one

each year against Maryland State. touchdown each. SATURDAYDAYTONA DRIVER'S LICENSE
The Hawks had a toad year last -Rogers added one point on a !
plunge and Barry converted
three
year, but are on the comeback BEACH (ANPJBe.thuneOooJmnan )
times, twice via placement and
trail. They will win. (
Another big game will pit tho once on a line buck.TOOTHACHE -termined- to improve/ college upon, last de. BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE

western !power, Wiley, against year record, will battle Morris
Florida A and M. Wiley has 'been Brown of Atlanta in the Wildcats O'BERRY'SMAGIC

without its coach, Fred Long, and forriwhitict.: homecoming football game here,
will be a long .sway from home. I If you can.t to the edlea Saturday, Oct. 10.
The Rattlers will win. drntist the but I"W'II' CITY DRIVING SCHOOL -
thllll ..A.. The Wildcats finished last sea-
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Another intersectional of for you II 0RA lL Pain ......,
game vsnslus In .condl. son with a 2-6 record, one oJ
Interest matches Allen with Prairie the team's poorest. However, with FR 4-7756
View Allen has a very ambitiousyet ) several lettermen and
some
promising 1453 N.W. 6th Avenue
ready for such a powerhouse
rookies in the lineup, Coach
schedule this season, but Is not Matthews expects solid improvent
in Prairie View, especially away in his team.
from home.
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Taking games conference by
conference, here are the Huddle's

picks: Central Life Insurance Co.

CIAA Delaware State over TV REPAIRS

Howard< in a squeak, North- Carolina IS HAPPY TO OFFER FOR YOUR
College with some trouble .
over St. Augustine, Virginia' CONSIDERATION THEIR
State 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.-Sunday 10 to 3
over ambitious Shaw In a

NO SERVICE CHARGEIf New Family Group PlanFather

, GAMES THIS WEEK, OCT. '9 we can't fix your TV in your home
r Mother, Children-All Under. One Premium
Dillard at M Iddl ton, Tampa :
. TELEVISIONS New.borns
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Lincoln at Booker, Sarasota Automatically Insured at Birth
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OCT. 10 j NO MONEY DOWN AT NO INCREASE IN PREMIUM

Dunnellon at Wachulla High ,i, 17-inch or 21-inch Table Model Very Economical Family Protection in Any Amount

Wales Halnes'City .at (Roosevelt. Lake "r or Floor Model From

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Big "9" South Conference
Team W L Tie Pet $2,000.00 to $50,000.00The
Carver 200 1000 AMERICAN PHONOSt

BfTW ....... .... 1 0 0 1000 6 TY. CORP Company
fr Also Offers
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MiddletotiNortwestern 1 1 0 .500 t ..... ..., i Modern Policies to Fit Your Individual Needs
'RADIOS'
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1 1 1 ,300 ; Jt 62.51,
Mays 1 1 0 .300 : 0
Jones HighBlanche 1 2 0 .333

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North Dade 1 2 0 .000 1416 N. Boulevard
AttacksRoosevelt 0 0 0 .000 Tampa, Fla.
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(Does not Include games. for weekending

Oct. 3) American Phono TV : MIAMI WEST PALM BEACH

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THE MlXMI I TIMES-'The People1 Newspaper" : '.1

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER' 10, 1959 PAGE 7 .


Group I.
the off," the bandits
TAMPA "The Florida State 4 MEN STICKUP gun goes
tined up the customers and took
!
: ; Conference of NAACP branches, DINTY" MOORE I their wallets and money. They
win meet in Pensacola, for Jtho
I then forced the manager, Herman
21st annual session the : A
Rev POOLROOMPolice Schwartz, to open the cash drawer -
Leon LCiwry, conference presi- and the safe and then
orderedhim
dent said this week. The annuonc-
today are seeking a Quar-
ed dates October 22 23 24 to lie on the floor.
are tet who held up 30 to 35 customers -
and 25. in a downtown billiard hall Before they left, the holdupmen

i "Headquarters for the conven- and. escaped with an estimated herded all the customers into

w w .. tt'n will be at the Mt. Zion Bap-. 1000. two tiny rest rooms at the rear
I tlst Church" Rev. Lowry. The The ,lour entered Dinty Mc'OrE's of the pool hall.
ti4S I host branch will be the Pensa- Recreation Rocm 158 West Flag-
1 ul I cbla chapter, 'which is one of the ler St., shortly before midnlgnt
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oldest branches In the nation. Monday armed with pistols and
The branch was chartered in wearing stocking masks. J. B. SMITH
1940. Its 'president is Abraham T
Tolbert.. Paul Wimberly, owner of( tho ELECTRICSERVICE
pool hall, said the holdup men
Rev. Lowery stated that many got $450 from the cash register
speakers been scheduled to and safe, and the rest of the loot
take part in the sessions. He included from the customers. ElectricaJ Contractor
as main speakers the Rev.
Witnesses described three of HOUSEWIRING
Edward, T. Graham of Miami,
them short and the fourth tall
as ( ,
who ''will deliver the annual '
"Don't' Call us"
with part of an ear missing. CUll -
church sermon during the meeting -
said of the
Wimberly
E. Glanville, left, 34-year-old student from ; of ministers and laymen on tet came in through one a back quar-door PHONE OX 1-3625
Trinidad British West Indies receives Thursday, Oct. 22; Bishop Sherman while the others entered the frontof
scholarship pre
L. Greene, who is scheduledto Night or DayBARKLtrS
sented in behalf of the ScHenley Industries,'nc., sales affiliate preside ever the Thursday the second-floor room.
With threats of "one and
which markets Long John Scotch in the U. S., by night session; Attorneys John Bolt move

Dr. Leroy E. Burney, surgeon general of the United States. Ou lIbe-rs ton,. white lawyer from
Greenville, S. C. and Arthur D.
Upon competition of medical studies made possible by the Shores, Birmingham, Ala.
scholarship, which is the first of its kind, Glanville plansto I I CUJ.RAH STOREThe
return to Trinidad to practice Attorney Culberston will speak
fr the Freedom Report Dinner I Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
while Atty. Shores will address
(meeting on Sunday after-amass 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376

noon. THE FINEST PRODUCTS AT CUT RATE PRICES
Added features of the conven-
Real Estate Commission tion will be the annual dance Pencil box sets ............ 594 Big 4 pencil sharpener 054
where the crowning of 'Miss I Plastic rulers .................... 104 Zipper, binders ................ 874
I : NAACP -of Florida" will take I Loose leaf fillers ............ 214 Marking and Ink ............ 294
place and the Youth Dance given Ball point pent ............ 104 Blue Horse filler ............ Oaf
Holds ClinicBy by the Pensacola Youth Council\ Pencils, 2 for .......-....... 004 Art paper ........................ 104 '
More than 150 delegates are Sanford blue Ink ............ 104 Typewriter paper ........M 104 I
expected) to attend the session. Ink remover .................... 1t4 Folders ...........M............... 104
I I Index card .................... 104 Binders ............................ 494
ORA D. TAYLORThe could .
after this Informative
you hearing -
8 to 10
Open Dally and Sunday a.m. p.m.
speaker. He encouraged
Fourth Annual Real Estate each salesman towrite in the- Your Vote is Needed
John A. McMinn Owner
Clinic was held Friday, Sept. 25 report. of the sale the reason of I ,

at Flakier the elegant and Biscayne Hotel McAllister Boulevard.The on. sale wait; Do for not customers sit in the; become office and a Register to Vote! .. r. '. .. '. . ... 0 .. "' .', "

admission was free to all mixer seek sales
food in outside ,
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current licensees. There four
iwere communities:: as 'well as yours. Bo
speakers, who served as consul-
jure you have a thorough (knowledge
tants. Amort them iwe found Mr. of real: estate. Do not sell- For The'Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
R. B. Roberts, Miami, vice presi- for money alcne combine mon-
dent In charge of Economic Re- ey with satisfaction which bring
search, Florida Power and LightCo. "tranquility" to selling real estate;
Having served the companyfor lastly, legal problems and practices BONDED COLLECTION
26 made him particu-
years which means here real estate -
larly qualified to serve In the law was most vividly brought
clinic; Mr. Fred J. Bashaw, West to the group by Atty. B. T. Shu- .
Palm Beach, has gained national -
man. After explaining baloon .
stature for his realistic approachto in effect &
mortgages mortgage
real estate activity, having brokers, license law, commissionto AGENCY Inc.
served in all capacities of real estate established education act, I
since 1925 Mr. Fred Stanton
staggered license period, real estate .
Smith, Miami, regarded as pne of, a growing career and others,
Florida's leading exponents of the I the clinic was opened for a ques-
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art of salesmanship. He is locally tion and answer ,period Needlessto
with the Keyes Co.; and Benja- say, the attendance at this t
mine-.T. Shuman, general coun- clinic is testimony of all who attended f
sel for the Florida Real Estate that your desire to know "Courteous service is our motto at . .
Commission. The topics for study and learn more about the real estate -
and discussion: were: Future profession is evident. The BONDED (COLLECTION AGENCY'
Growth and Opportunities in challenge is to those who did not
Florida; Inspirational in which avail themselves of the opportunity We and
strive tenants
always to please our
What, Why and Where in pur- to attend this educational
chasing a hcme. The audience feast.
joined in giving the answers clients."-Miss Moye.
which Mr. Bashaw wrote on the
blackboard; Stanton Smith discussed -
sa lema nsh1p. If you Advertise It Pays! MISS )MILDRED MOVE
never had sold a home before. ReceptionistMANAGING

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PAGE 8 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 199 Public Meeting Thur.A .

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He.igion! and a Free Society" will .
highS:,ht the Oct. 15 meeting of Davit .
I Ue >Horida Civil Liberties Union,
at the Edison Center, Lions club- OX :1-7959 NW22ndAve.: & 69th St.
I hcus-, C4U N. Miami Ave. Parti- i I
'j.ting in the panel discussion,
I wh ch will be moderated by UM.
I V',te President Dr. H. Franklin } FRIDAY. SATURDAY
WLJams; will be Dr. Stuart N. :,_
I Cahoon, practicing psychiatrist; \ (JAMES STEWART ,1fj'H' fLEE I
R 'bert Sonen, 'pastor of the First
I Unitarian Church; Rev. A. E.
Gysan: pastor of Christ Lutheran REMICK
I Church and Adon Taft, religious 1
editor of the Miami Herald. f EMrNa .
I 0 BEN GAZZARA R
Refreshments will be served at
.h ctndusion: cf the, open-to-the ARTHUR O'CONNEJj: 9
public! admission free meeting.
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The National Alliance or Postal Mrs. Bertram Dean Sr., Mr. and
Employees and all postal employees -I Mrs. Elbridge' W Scavella, Mr. 'p4- 1'-Qf OPA LOC 'were invited to the Inaugural and Mrs. W. C. Murray Mr. and SUN THRU WED. '
Banquet for Eugene M. Dunlap,I Mrs. Oswald Thompson, G. Wild- Robert Ryan In At 8:50 Only
postmaster of Miami held at the goose, Mr. and Mrs. Willie L "DAY OF THEOUTLAW" ..
Everljlades Hotel Oct. 3. I Redding, Joe Key, Mr. and Mrs. +
From left to right: James G. Thomas Scippio, Mr. and Mrs. lve The womanid ling Keefers ore waitingw
Walter H. Mr. and Mrs. with Burl
Reeder, assistant pastmaster Kelly,
Hugh P. Emerson former !postmaster John L. Fryar, Mr. and Mrs. PlulGregory for the revenge-filled man and
Jclhn L. Fryar, presidentof Robert L. BozemanMrs.. Leila Peck !
Indian girl
James Edwards In the fiery
the National Alliance of Postal Williams, Calvin Davis, L. A. h i
Employees of the Miami branch J Jackson Mr. and Mrs. S. N. "Pork Chop Hill"
and Eugene M. Dunlap. James, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow 1 ;: 6 + CpIUMBU prestnlsf PICTURES
Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick }
Other members of the Alliance L. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. John R.
and employees were Mr. and Mrs Marks Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
Alton J. Scott Mr. and Mrs. H. Ellison Thomas P. Davis, Miss Air Conditioned I
Eason, S. D. Armstrong, Mr and June Bradshaw, Mr. and Mrs. R. CAPITOLTHEATRE FROM
Mrs. I. S. Williams, Matthew I Sands, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lazier,
Williams, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Walter Cunimgham, Miss Erma
Wake, Mr.| and Mrs. H. Prince,I, Cooper and Matthew J. Williams,
Mr. and Mrs. L. Essux, Mr. and reporter. Sat. Mldnlte
SUN THRU THURS."I IN OOUYNAa4

WANT TO LIVE" COIORl'
Employ The capped applicants present substantially -
I different Susan HaywardPlus ' hROBERTKNAPP-JANADAYI-WALTERCOY
no problemsin .,, _
the personnel' cffice than other .
Physically Handi- applicants. Most handicapped "Senior Prom" I
workers have lived with their
capped Week impairments for long periods and Louis Prima .\
will relish an opportunity to . SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY
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place emphasis during' the inter-
.. view on skill, experience and
,lobs for the Handicapped. other occupational Qualifications ALL H. TIlE
as shell as their physical capabIl- --

. Passports ities and.. limitations. I RITZTHEATRE BREAKS ., R

r to Dignity. . It is a tried and proven theory .. COlUI IA
that when !placed on the right job LOOSE! :::
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handicapped persons! perform a coto> r.lMI- 4
Jab as well as the otherwise alble: STARTS THURS. ----
bodied persons Once employed,
they become assets to communitiesand "BEST OFEVERYTHING" ',' NO BEAUTIFUL COORGE'
,the nation. There is a human I ..-
,economic resource that is fast be- ': WOMAr COULOURIS

ing recognized by employers who i I Iii" s SAFE' VERA
JOAN CRAWFORD
hold the key to our economic I DAY

Call Your Local Office of the status. "' """lf"'l': '"''I '""' __..._- ...,I FROM
State Employment ServiceThe
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local edifice of the Florida i
State Employment Service has' DRESSES to Stores and Individuals
Initiated its current drive tor the
employment of physically handicapped !- "" I
persons in the Miami vicinity Hundreds of beautiful dresses-all new

project. This endorsed is an by annual the Presidentof national Value to $25, only . ........................ .... ., $1.50 .I"1.II

the United States as well as' Men's and Boys' Suits Value to $50 ............ $7.50

all week state of October governors.4 thru Although the l the has been designated as NEPH SEE US AND SAVE AGENTS WANTED WEDNESDAY THURSDAY.
Week, this Is an all year special
service of the Florida State Employment '
Service. This special Apparel Wholesalers I MttUttH .
service is not based on the hiringof : SIMMONS
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handicapped persons due to 127 N.W. 2nd Street (one flight up) **
sympathetic attitudes, but on the 21 >mMCGUIRECUIIDERAINSKENtSMlfllSllaifQNDY
basis of their abilities to performa PHONE FR 72943FASHION I
job. MART BUILDING OBBINS

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Womenof CITIZENS ASK I THE MIAMI ,TIMES'The" People. Newspaper", t. I
Florida! BROOKS TO RUNA

Mrs. A. iBolen SATURDAY. ', OCTOBER. 10, 195a, PAGE 9
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president the of citizens ..
group called on ,. '" f
Florida Association of Colored Lutq.er'L.; Brooks last Thursday ---- ?
Women, is asking all president and soughf his candidacy for the oj;
or representatives and memberscf City CommisSion in the coming
the executive board to meet election. '
Saturday, Oct. 10 at 10 a.m. at Spokesmen fbr the group Included & ; I
Gifford High ficool. Lunch will be Samuel Moncur, Dr., I. P Wt4uI'
served. Contact: Mrs. Lillie Mae Davis, Charles C. North, Rev 1
Minnis,.PO Box 5073, Gifford, John E. Oulmer, and Charles
Fla. I Lookhart.Scone .
members were frank in' Yea
Parents: Night at explaining: that they had not always GIIOXJ "
agreed with Mr. BrookS on
NorthwesternParents issues, but felt ,that one whose
predominant interests lie in this
Night, scheduled for: community should make a good
October' 15 is the first program of representative for Miami's Negro
the year sponsored by the Senior peculation.It .
. Class of Northwestern Hi&h. The was also expressed that muchof .
program 'will be held inlthe audi- the good work done by the 6Jl i I
torium at 8 o'clock in ,the even- Bonded Collection Agency manger -
had-seemingly gone unnoticedby 4 ,
ing.All /
parents of the graduating the general public. ; w "
Mr. Brooks
seniors are urged to be present at was visibly CLYDE KIt.LENSPro
ed by the proposal He
this time in order
to become
acquainted -
touch-I
his appreciation to the
with the activities and \ dly present his
responsibilities of the students. later declined.. ONCE A MONTH .

I FLOOR SHOW Hair Weev Technician, Mrs. '
6-YEAR-OLD
brother, said he was in the bath- Sallie Collins of the Modernistic -
SWALLOWS LYE room when the Jar fell over, Thurs. Oct. 15 Salon is I
dripping down on Judy who drapk Beauty a
(continyedfrom, / !page 1)) It. FIESTA CLUB licensed hair weev technic. I ,
mixture, used by her mother in At (the hospital, Judy cried and ian. She can weave hair on
making soap, /was on the shelf said: Title of next show head to add length
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above the tub. "Johnny poured it on me." "The Wireless Telephone your
fullness and bald
cover
Johnny, Judy's eightyearoldHOUSE
Office"Amateur
spots. Her work is guaranteed +l1 k
I Show and reasonably priced. )1t
FOR SALE RUGS AND CARPETS Every TuesdayThe :;

CLEANEDon For further information call FR 4.9944 or come tot
Triple Crown
Bunche Park premises 7c sq. ft. TALENT SHOW MODERNISTIC BEAUTY SALON

Lovely 3-bedroom house Every Thursday 826 N.W. 3rd Avenue
We make 'em sparkle
Large, nicely landscaped lot Music by
DIZZY JONES
CallIke's
$89.50 per month And His Orchestra Our Classified Columns Get East Results
Janitor
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bargains being offered.: t..
"We deliver. many as 125 babies a month," Mrs. Anderson points out "I know bow Important
COMPLETE LINE OF .. it is for tiny babies to have the safest,most dl ltf1bt. form of milk for their formulas."


TELEVISION. TOYS Head nurse tells why she selected

o RADIOS. BICYCLES

o WASHERS REFRIGERATORS CARNATION MILK FOR HER OWN BABY

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PHONOGRAPH s SMALL ELECTRIC Mrs.Ida Mae Anderson is head muse and an equal amount of water for his cup." 4

TIRES APPLIANCES maternity supervisor at a leading hospital Carnation ideal for cooking, too. Mrs. ;
e in Detroit. She ia a graduate,of Good Anderson sayi no other milk will do for '
Samaritan Hospital in Charlotte,N.C. the failure-proof custard below."If never

USE YOUR OLD APPLIANCEFOR Mrs.Anderson and her husband have a twoyearold watery," she explains, "when I,make it

son, Michael Lynn. "Michael's with Carnation." This double.rich milk .
YOUR DOWN PAYMENTPay formula milk was Carnation, of course," in the red-and-white can ia the world's ')
Mrs. Anderson says "Now we mix It with favorite evaporated milk by far.

low $1.25 Weekly
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I ., nutmeg.
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eggs I 4J
Goodyear Service Store J %cup granulated sugar around custard dishes. I
I Vi teaspoon salt Bake In moderate oven(350 F.) I
I 1 teaspoon vanilla 40.45 minutes, or until knife Ey p .
1 cup water Inserted Into custard apes out I liq I i if ,_.. ,.
900 BISCAYNE BLVD. I 1%cups(large can)undiluted dean. Remove from water and '

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Church of The Open Door ,Church ,of TransfigurationEpiscopal

Dr. H., C. McDowell, pastor ( ) "r
A. E. MCiNeai.. : , reporter 2571: N.W. 152nd: Terr
Ven. John E. Culmer
.'Events to come: Oct. lS-For-
priest in charge
mal re-api romaticn' of covenantled .
Stanley Sweeting reporter ,
by Supt. Robbin Ralph.; Roll
call of signers of the charter. Services every Sunday

Loyalty Tea "after services. : Morning worship .................... 9:30:
rh i 'Nov. 1: Holy Communion. Reception Sunday School.....................' 10:30 .
of last group of new
members prior to fcnnal. recognition Comes this Friday evening,
Oct. 9 the church, will sponsor a
''iNov 13: Recognition and acceptance Teenage Bc and Party at the
by South East Coast As- ,home of the Harry Naibbies, 2501
sociatlon of Congregational NW 153rd st. starting around 5
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Christian Churches. pan This !party will feature pronto
Nov. 15: Host to Association fritters soda and the
pups, pop
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" 14 th Ave. and 69th Street
I our friends and well wishers are latest ''hi-fi, stero and tapes.
Sunday School .......... 9&0 am. urged to be present. Special Divine About 8 p.m. the adults will
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1959 Morning Service ........... 11:00 a.m. worship morning, and evening take over and have a "Night ol
I Westminster Fellowship 6:00: pm with guest ministers. High Games." The music will continue,
Evening Service 8 p.m. Tea .after service. t barbecue and sandwiches will be
ANTIOCH BAPTIST EBENEZER METHODIST The act of incorporation of the served and you are promised a
Mt. Pleasant Methodist church of the Oten Door has been joyful evening. The public Is
Rev. E. D. Richardson, pastor Rev Aaron D. Hall pastor duly signed by Circuit Court welcomed.
Minnie T. Copeland, reporter Ernestine L. Hambrick; reporter\ 2170 Washington Street Judge and properly recorded. We

Sunday School....................... 9:30: Sunday School........................ 9:30: Opa Locka are legal entity. NEW HOPE P.B. CHURCH .'I'.
Morning worship .................... 11:00: Morning service .......-........... 11:00 Sunday School............... 9:30: am 'We are still working on our Rev. H. C. Samuels pastOr

BTU .......?..............................?... 5:30: Evening service ................... 700; Morning worship ............ 11 a.m. souvenir of November.' program Friends'for are the askedto 18th Mrs. Evelyn Granger, reporter

Evening worship .................... 7:00: Sister Willie Mae James, is out Evening service 7:30 give us greeting;, patrons or Sunday School..................?... 9:30:

2 and usher boardNo. of town to attend the funeral ofa advertising. Full page' $20; half Morning service .................... 11:00
Choir. 2 will No.be working in the cousin. Bro. James Alkins is MT. SINAI BAPTISTD. page $10; quarter page $5.50; one- BTU ............................................. 5:30:
morning this month. Choir No. 1 sick. Address is 1338 NW 1st PL, B., reporter eighth palate) $3.00; patrons 100. Evening worship ........?......... 7:30:
and usher board No. 1 the even apt. 5. Continue to pray for the Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastor There will, be a special business
sick. \ meeting Sunday after service. MT. CALVARY BAPTIST

ing worship. 11 Sunday School.....?............... 93.0; The members will 'be asked to
at There the home will of be Sis.a tea Starkes October, 3170 THE INCARNATION Morning worship .................... 11:00 formally adopt the bylaws.Our Rev. 'E. M. Thomas, pastor
Evening worship/ .................... 7:30 regular morning servicesat Pnv'inlyers.. reporter-
NW 46th st. from 4 to 6 p.m. This 1835 N.W. 54th StreetFr. 11 ajm. Sunday at the Seventh Sunday School..........?.........., 9:30
tea is given for the benefit ol E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar Most of the vacationers are ,bacK Day' Adventist School auditorium.Don't Morning worship ...?.............. 11:00:
the Woman's Day program.: Let Susan Butler reporter home and again down at work' BTU ..._...................................... 5:30: -
us all turn out with them. physically and spiritually, infact Evening worship .................... 7:00
Choir No. one is celebrating its SUNDAYS: work must be carried on if we
anniversary on Oct. 23. Please Church School and Bible are to exist and the spiritual side Fret Fight !

cooperate and help them make Class ................................ 930 a.m. must be linked with the physicalif Join The NAACP I Register
this the greatest anniversary inn Solemn Sung Mass rue want to please the Master. Today!
the history of No. one choir. And Sermon ............ 10:45: a.m. Two of the most outstanding
Visitors are always welcome. Confirmation InstructionsFor features that has taken ,place in
Children ................... .5 p.m. and around Mt. Sinai recentlywas
BETHEL BAPTIST Episcopal Young Churchmen the recognition accorded OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
Meeting ............................ 6 pan. Deacon J. D. Allen on the nightof .
Richmond Heights Solemn Evensong and sermon Sept. 28, "Your Life," a very
Rev. L. R. Ross, Pastor With Procession ........ 7:30 p.m. unique affair mingled with Love SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED

Jean E. Scott, reporter TUESDAY: and the essence of intelligencewere PSYCHIC READER .

Sunday School..........-........... 9:30 St. Vincent's Acolyte Guild exhibited throughout the
Rehearsal................... 5:30
: pm extent of the A
Morning service .................... 11:00 program. memory
BTU ..................._......?....?_....... 5:30 WEDNESDAY: that will linger with all who were r
Low Mass ........... ........... 6:30
? am present. The second feature was
Evening service ......._............... 7:00:
Evensong and Confirmation Promoti'Cn Day on the Fourth
The Rev. L. R Ross and con- Instruction for Adults 8:00 pan Sunday in September, with Mrs.
gregation will render service at THURSDAY: Linnie Carey, chairman of the
Shiloh Baptist Church at Homestead St. Michael's Choir entire program, Mrs. L. E. Thomas -
Oct. 18, 3 ".ro. Rev. W. Rehearsal................... 5:30: p.m. superintendent of the Sunday
4 McWesley, pastor. FRIDAY: School Theme: 'Love." ,
1I' Our sick members are Mrs. St. Cecelia's ChoirRehearsal
Bertha Jcnes and the son "of Mrs. .................... 8:30: pm. The arrangement of this program -
, Ruth Cross. I NOTE: Solemn Sung Mass on was superb. The guest
I I, You are urged to pray for the all Holy and Saint's Days 6 a.m speaker was Mrs. Bernice S.
sick. Hunt of St. Paul AME Church,
Coconut Grove. Thanks a million
MT. HERMON A. M. E. to Mrs. Carey for the renditionof

Youth Rally Opa Locka this inspiring service.

Rev. Samuel Gay, pastor Revival meeting opens this
Planned at Publicity Committee week at the church. We all know
for what purpose; may this reporter -
Mt. ZionThe Let to7 of Experience guide and through
Morning worship .................. 11:00 drop this note by the way years protect you
Sunday School....................... 9:30 side for all of us: Let us as Life as a Lighthouse guides tht. ship in a storm
Young Matron's Circle of Evening worship .................... 7:00: Christians carry a revival of love
the Mt. Zion Baptist Church is> In our hearts for everyone WHEN OTI1K1U FAIL YOU SEE MB

inviting the children and the. Men's Day at Mt. Hermon wasa through the years, so God 'can we For Success in Business And Love
young adults in the vicinity to (great success Our presiding elder us any time. The greatest choicewe
attend a Youth Rally Sunday 'Rev F. A. Allen held his can make is to choose God CONSULT HER -
afternoon, Oct. 25 at 5:30: o'clock. fourth pnd laster quarter onThursday and "iseek first the Kingdom of
You can now have home made happy
The purpose of the rally is to night before and on Heaven." your
encourage' youth to participate in Sunday morning brought thft 1D Get and Hold the position you so long wanted

their church's activities and or- message. ST. LUKE BAPTIST Don't Stay in the rut, get out now

s has ganizations.been A wonderful Refreshmentswill program Dr. G W. Hawkins delivered a 0 By the help of God she can help you
arranged. Mrs. Bunesba Green, reporterRev.
be served. Admission free. ing very services.fitting address Total raised at the for even th r P, W. Williams, pastor Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in
The rally !will be held at the
above address. day was $523. Sunday School. ...................... 9:30: 'trouble
Morning worship .............. 11:00 It will |pay you to call and see this Gifted. Medium First
Rev. Gay would like to thank
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMrs. BYPU ....?.....?..?..?..-....?....?.. 5:30: >thousands for and advice
the men's quartet of St. Paul fox \V1u come yearly help too can
yon
Evening worship ................. 7:00
Frances Baumgartner of appearing: on the program: and :all be touched by this strange mysterious power '
North Miami will lead the discussion other friends who helped in anyway The women of St. Luke are
at the Baha'l Center, 137 striving together to make this WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPY'The

NW 11th ave., 7 pan Sunday, \This Sunday night' the pastor Woman's Day a day to be remem same God who delivered Moses. and the children of Israel

Oct. 11. Her subject will be and members will motor to St. bered. The fourth Sunday in of old Is still alive today and will open| a way for yon throughthe

"Youth: Yesterday and Today." Paul, Miami, to render servicesfor October is the great day. Our troubled seas of life. Let not him that is blind lead yon or
Everyone is cordially Invited to Rev. Washington. There will program chairman, Mrs. Annie
participate/ in this discussion. be a sale on the church grounds Lois 'Bell and her co-workers, yon stumble with him.
each Saturday night. have selected two outstanding !><) you doubt the existence of things because yon cannot Me .

FIRST UNITARIANThe Remember the sick and shutinin speakers. The mOrning speaker is them?
Mrs. Athalie! wife of Oscar
Range
your' prayers. They are: Bro. What do you think of the Invisible waves and sounds 'that
Rev. Robert Sonen
W.
Range, owner of the Range
minister of the First Untarian Rutherford, Mr. Lemon, Miss Funeral Home.! The evening make Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television possible
Pardon Mrs. Hunter Mrs. Wilcox
Church lccated on Dixie HHgibjway Mrs.* Braddock and, others. speaker is Mrs. Clora Pearsall, A seed before It sprouts, lies concealed secret' : lent In the
at SW 29th Road, has chosen 'principal of the Dunbar Elementary -
Captains Mamie Morris and Julius dark earth or womb of Nature. THERE IS AN "UNSEEN:
"The Eighth Deadly Sin" as his Brown spoke on "What is The School. Theme "A Woman'sResponsdblUty
sermon topic for Sunday, Oct. 11, School Safety Patrol" and "Whatare to The Church ina POWER"
11 am. Following the service the Changing Society." Each member h
Patrol Benefits. The patrol Therefore, acquaint yourself ,
Unitarian Church School.} spon- is 'asked to pay 1500.: Pleasesee
Miss J. M.
sponsors are Allen, with the one who is an a
sors will serve a luncheon at your captain soon. Remember
T. L Albury and T. A. Pogue.
which time Rev. Bonen will be it is the fourth Sunday' in authority. Whose private ht ,

the guest speaker. Were you on that wonderfulboat October. Mrs. Annie B. Sullivan, consultation will evolve you f ray.
ride Friday' night? U general chairman. .
:Mr. Gordon Dow has been cho- you to a higher state of mind. t tr _
I were I'm sure you'll agree with The Woman's Day Committeeis
sen as advisor for the newly- me (when I say it was the most. sponsoring a, dinner sale Sun All Information is t
organized Junior Liberal Rellsous :: u you were not there you really I day, Oct. 11 at the home of Mrs. .
Youth group which will meetat missed a treat. Lillie C. Evans Geneva Darling Richmond Strictly Confidential '
the church at 6:30: that even- has more plans in store for you Height. Dinner will be served k

ing, In ,conjunction with the sen- and we hope you'll be able to after church until. Office flours O a.m.-8 p.m. ,
ior
igrouip. join us. You are invited''' to come and
At the same time that evening Alese Gill, principal see and enjoy a Tom Thumb Sunday: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

all adults have been invited to :Alexine DeLaney, reporter Wedding. First weddinig presented Don't Write-Call in Person .
the church to see slides of a by ages 5 to 9. Second con

European trip /which Mr. Sonen Matthew Temple AMEZ sisting of ages 13 to 20. October DAILY READING '1.00 UP
and his family took this past 22 at 8 pm at St. Luke Baptist .
summer. 1628 NW. 5th Ave. Church. 1809 NW 6th ave. 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
The Midtdwners will meet on Rev. Daniel Pridgen, pastor Our sick and shutina are: Mrs.I ,
Wednesday, Oct. 14, 6:30 pm. al Sunday School 9:45: ajn. Equilla Anderson at home; Mrs. 3
the home ol Mrs' Irene Merrill, Morning Worship 11:05: am Luanna Williams, Jackson Memorial MADAM HUNTER
2130 NW 27th st., for a covered Evening Worship 730 pm. Hospital; Mrs. Vertis Mae I
dish supper and a talk by Dr. Lewis, also Jackcon; Mrs. Aletha I 1657 N.W. 73rd St, MiamiI
Harry Stark of the. Economics Acosta at home recovering from:

Department Miami. of the University ol Advertise It Pays! an needed.operation. Your prayers are I'

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Pastoral Installation MT.. CALVERY BAPTIST ST. JAMES A.M.E.Rev. THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples Newspaper'

Rev. E. M thomas, pastor H. McNeal Harris
pastor SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1959 PAGE 11
p y/M Phyllis Myers, reporter Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter

Sunday School...................... 9:30 Sunday School............... .... 930
Morning service .................. 11:00 Morning worship .................... 11:00 -
Evening service ........................ 7:00 ACE League ............................ 5:30 Fairy LandKindergarten

Sunday night the Lord's Sup- Evening worship /III............,. 7:00 Broward
per was, administered to those :' .
'who wished to be fed. FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev. County (
Open from 7:30: to 5 p.m.days'
SundayOct. 11 the of
women
C. J. ;
our church are giving a feast for Burney, pastor News Pick up and delivery
the men for the wonderful' way Claudia Wilson, reporter Liberty City and Miami-ages 1-6

they carried out the, Men's Day Sunday School....................... 9:30: ) New Hope Baptist Church
rally We take this time to thank Morning worship ...........M....... 11:00 ByWalter .. "" 6600 NW 15th Ave., OX 1-8832
Bro. Hollis and Bro. Beal for the Evening 'worship .................... 7:00 ,I ., ... ;.. and FR 4-4039
wonderful way they carried out BTU ........................................... 5:30: Bow ... :>:: .1. .. .- Y'- Reasonable rates for working
the Men's Day parents
program.
Our sick and shutins are Sis GREATER BETHEL A.M.E :yo c Mrs. Scott, supervisor Indf

F-;!- ; Ozie Hooks and Sis. M. James. Sidney Scott of 1376 NW 71stSt.
Rev. S. A. Cousin
They are both in Jaskson Memo- pastor ., died on Saturday, Oct. 3. Mr. Local Alphas
Mrs. Jenette
rial Hospital Please go and visit Folson reporter Scott is survived by his wife,

them. Sunday School.................,..... 9:30 Lillian of Liberty City; three Meet
Visitors are always welcome.ST. Morning worship ..........?.... 11OC: daughters Mrs. Altherla Mincey Saturday
Evening worship .................... 7:00 of West Hollywood; Mrs. Lula Mao
JAMES BAPTIST Coloman and Miss Marian Scott, Beta Beta Lambda Chapter of

Key. J. L. Johnson, pastor MT. ZION A. M. E. a sister and three brothers. Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity, Inc.,
Fu eral services will be held will meet at the home of Dr. I. P.
REV. ERNEST HUTCHESON JR. Sunday Services 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. Oct. 9, p.m. at Bethel AME Church Davis, 3351 Hibiscus St Sa>
Sunday School......9:30 ajcn Opa Locka Miami, The body will be shipped on
On Sunday, October 11 at 3 Rev. C. J. Jenkins urday, Oct. 10 at 9 \pan All Alphas .
Morning Worship ........ U:00: ajn pastor to Unaldia, Ga
pin. the Installation Services' Jr.of BTU ................................ 5:30: p.m Sunday School............... 9:30: a.m are invited to be present
Ernest Hutcheson
the Th. Rev.B. pastor of Spiritual, Evening Worship ............ 7:30: pan Morning worship ............ 11 a.m Mrs. Annie Parson Robinson Is and on time
Missionary, as Baptist Church 10250 Visitors always welcome League ............k................... 5 pjn convalescing at her home after
,
SW 167th St., Perrine, will be 323 N.W. 14th Si. Evening worship ................ 7 pan. spending a week at Memorial .
Hospital in West
Hollyjwood.
held.
Zion M. Beautiful Home oai
Hope Baptist SALTER'S CHAPELRev. I
The Installation sermon will be H. J. Benson, pastor The Star Lli ht Commanderywill Your Lot
1710 N.W. 69th St. and 17th Ave.
A. hold its meeting Sunday Oc-
preached by the Rev. L. Ruth Twlggs reporter ,
Thompson, Moderator of the Atlantic Rev. C. Albury, pastor tober 11 at 3 p.m. All membersare 2b ;xd4i&w
Coast Baptist Association.The Sunday School 9:30 Sunday School....................... 9:30: asked to be present.
senior choir of Temple Bap- Morning Service 11:00 Morning worship ......,......... ...11:00
tist Church will render musical ACE League ............................ 5:30 Ivey Harris of SW 19th st. and
selections. Bro. Reuben Hepburnis BTU (Tuesday night) 8:00 Evening worship .................... 7:00: 46th ave. is your new carrier for
director. the Tattler and The Miami Times. ,
Service 7:00
Evening BETHANY BAPTIST
The charge to the church and Prayer Meeting 100 Mrs. Rosa Lee Tolbert of 7030
pastor will be given by Rev. H. 3078 N.W. 45th St. NW 12th ave., Miami, has returned Compltt building Mrvle
W. Moss and Rev. N. Sears will Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor home from a slx-iweek vaca--
preside. Other ministers will take Marjorie Shelby, reporter tion. She was accompanied by her e PLANNING
402 N.W. 2nd Ave.
part in the service. Hallandale Florida Sunday School....................... 9:30: sister-in-law, Mrs. Lena Tolbert. e BUILDING
Rev. Mr. Hutcheson, who was Rev Benjamin Franklin, pastor Morning worship .................... 11:00: From Jacksonville they went to I FINANCING
trained for the ministry at Nashville Rev. C. E. McClary, reporter BTU .................1..1.1..1........ 5:30: San Diego Cal. They spent five Your Now Hem
Tenn. was unanimously Evening worship ...?............... 7:00: days In Tlfuana, Mexico, then on
elected the church Sunday School......................, 9:30 to San Francisco, New York, and C REPAIRING
affiliate pastor of the of Atlantic Coast(an Morning service .................... 1100: ANTIOCH BAPTIST Trenton N.J. She traveled more
Evening service ........................ '1:00( than 8,000 miles e REMODELING
Baptist Association) on July 13 BTU..6.00ST. : Rev. 0. W. Foster pastor I S RENOVATING
of this year, as .successor to the A. L. Johnson, reporter Ii ,
late Rev. C. C. Gray. i
Over Twenty Years of
The public is invited. PAUL A. M. E. Sunday School ..1..1..1........,. 9:49: ST. FRANCIS XAVIER Construction

Rev. J. D. Washington, pastor Morning Service .................... 11:00 ExperiencesGuaranteed
MORNING STAR BAPTIST 19th St and 4th Court BTU ............................................ 5:30: N.W. 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. ftatosfaotlon
Evening worship .......?........... 7:06: Phone FR 9-1424 I
514 NW 23rd Street Sunday School....................... 9:30: MASSES i

Rev. I. Clavton, pastor Morning worship .................... 11:00 KELLY'S CHAPEL Daily ................................. 8 a.m
Sister Sadie Ellis, reporter ACE League ..._....................... 5:30: Sunday I....., 7 a.m, Si 8:30: a.mRegister mmV @ffi I II

Sunday School..................... 93:0 Evening worship .................. 7:00: Esther. Leroy McNeil Dell reporterRev. I I .
Morning service .................... 11:30 pastor NE 5-6171
BTU ...?...?._............?.................. 5:30: GREATER NEW BETHEL Sunday School.........._........... 9:43: : Today j I
Evening service ........................ 7:30 Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor Morning won rip .........?...??? 11:00 1121 N.W. 29th Street
are welcome. Mrs R Conley, Clerk M. Y. F. .................................... 6:00 Miami .
Evening worship .................... 7:30 Your Vote is Needed
Come and worship with us. You Morning worship ............... 11:00: r
The doors of morning Star Sunday School....................... 9:30 NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev.
stand open for all of this com- BTU ............................................ 5:30
munity. You are welcome. Evening worship.................. 7:00 James E. Drown pastor FARRAN'S PALMISTRY i
Bro, Van del I Dovan. reporter STUDIOMadame
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TEMPLE BAPTISTThe TRIUMPH CHURCH Sunday School.................... 930: Farran, lift reader, adviser,
Woman's Day committee Prince H Mobley, pastor Morning worship ................ 11:00 born with power Mme. Farran Is nationally .
will Sponsor a "Trip Around th* Sis. S. Daniels reporter Evening worship .................... 7:00 known, highly recommended
World" this evening (Friday). BTU .....................:.................. 5:30: ,
Transportation leaves the church School of Wisdom ...............10:00 Mme Farran, ,the wonder lady of Miami,
ground at 8 o'clock. Donation $1. Evening service .................... 8:00 CORINTH BAPTISTRev. has returned to help you with your poronal .
More than 50 persons childrenand Y. P. E. Band .............?...__... 6:30: problems.
adults, received certificates Tuesday and Friday......... 8:00 W T. Thomas pastor
of Promotion and Recognition last Phone NE 3-1518 +* Are you unhappy Does bad luck seem

,Sunday during the Bible School MT. ZION BAPTIST Sunday School...................... 930: to follow you' Are you discouraged, sickor

hour. Lurenia Knox Morning worship .................. 11:00 In dlitreee? Mme. Farran remove evil
All auxiliaries asked to
make their quarterly are reports on Public Relation Officer EvemJng worship ................. 7:30 Influence Reunites the separated Turns failure Into suecees,
Come and hear a gospel preacherand
Sunday. Sunday School....................... 9:30: successful pastor health and happlneee. Phone NE 43267 for appointment.
Morning worship .................. 11:00 If you cannot come send 2 one dollar/ bllle with stamped,
ST. MARY'S W. M. BTU ............................................ 5:00 .... Bethel Apostolic Temple lf'addreeeed envelope for your Solar Horoscope.
Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor Evening worship ................. 7:09 Doris R.
Akins
Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter METROPOLITAN AME Lafluer, assistant, pastorJ. Take Buses 15 or 24 4500 N.W. 27th Aye. .

Sunday School .............._....... ,30 Sis. T. Wallace reporter
Morning worship ..._?...._ 11:00: Rev H. M. Salmon, pastor 2310 N.W. 58th Street

Evening worship ........NN_. 730 Sunday School .........?..?..._... 93:0 Sunday School..........111......... 10:00:
Sunday School began at 0:43am. : Morning worship ................. 11:00 Morning worship ............... 11:45: I
with John Bullard presiding. Evening worship ................. 7:00 Evening worship ...........?....... 7:30: ONLY TRUE DREAM BOOK
Classes took their respective
places with their teachers at their MARTIN, MEMORIAL AME Matthew Temple AMEZ "

posts. Lesson was reviewed by Richmond HeightsRev 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. "Hi Old Indi., Dream Book
Bro. H. V. Steward.
Albert Jones, pastor Rev| Daniel Prldgen pastor List of Common Thing We Dream About
Service at 11 ajm. with Mrs. Ruth Lucas, reporter
the began Love feast Sunday School................... 9JO What to do to bring luck
and pastor presiding. One Worning worship ...i.............. 11:00 Sunday School .................... 93:0:
testimonial service. join-
ed the Christian Family ACE League ...................... 5:00 Morning worship ............?...... 11:00: What to do when about to
Everyone was spiritually blessed Evening worship ................. 730 Evening worship .................... 7:00: undergo severe operation or

by the Holy Spirit. No. 1 and Imprisonment. "tP
TRINITY WESLEYANRev. The pastor, officers and mem- *
2 choirs furnished music with bers of Matthews Temple AMEZ What to do when you have Iu6 lWw fc

Mrs. McFord at the organ. No. 1 George E. Johnson, pastor Church are very grateful to the a court case.

ushers 7 served.At devotional. was led by Mrs. Phyllis Andrews. reporterOJ"dlY many fine friends who helped to What to do to got what you J
ipm. make the 27th anniversary cele-
the Communion was < School 1 solo ask for.What .
pastor. 'Holy mow. bration of their pastor, the Rev. 3
served. Both choirs furnished Worning worship ___ 11KX
Daniel Pridgen, a success. A to do to unite love +
music with Mrs. V. Higgs at the "nmv Petplr'n Mating S p.m complete week of activity was .v
ongian. No. 1 and 2 ushers served. ones.
Next Sunday. night service beginsat MT. TABOR BAPTIST celebration carried on ending on Sunday with, the Sept.grand 27. What to do when cross conditions and enemies are against you

7 pjn. Mr. Lois Hicks, reporter Each service was well attendedand What to do to have good, true dI'Nm.-and many others.

The Woman's. Day committee Is NOTE: Visitors are always we> well enjoyed by all present.

banded together making plans to come. Sister Pauline Ferguson cochairman The "Old Indian Dream Book"THE

realize their goal of making this of the anniversary committee ONLY TRUE DREAM BOOK
Woman's that will belong Order of Service
remembered Day one for spiritual uplift Sunday School ._._,111?__ .:.i was recently installed as Instructions for things ws dream about. What to do to bring luck
president: of the newly formed
Friends and Manning worship 11:01
end fellowship.
various community ouzanlzatkms BTU M.................-... r I:J 0 Junior Choir of the church Mrs. For delivery to>our home call NE 4-OflSfl r.NE 6.0087.
l grcnlng worship .__ 7:21 Ferguson is doing a fine job'with
are invited to attend both services N JAMAICA RELIGIOUS CANDLE SHOP
which will be on the fourth the Junior 'croup, and Is Inviting
Sunday In this month. Visitors an other junior members\ of the 6965 N.W. 15th Avenue Miami 47, Florida
church to come In and take apart
always welcome and we are praying Join The NAACP I
for our side folks.
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PAGE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1959 307, N.W.' 2nd'Ave; In Aro'id The Bahamas
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Open every' day 8 a.m.'to 7 p.m. I .. ",' .
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where 228 buses direct. McKENZIE
.i. may stop -- h. By A. H. ., .
t ''In front of the 'door "lri12 hours. .N.............._nn..._._.n.._._.___ ._._.._._.._.______._._._._._._._._.._._._._._._._._._._._._._. ....N.... -._._._....._._____ ___w I h
These buses are Nos. 20, 21, 23,
24, and 26.. Henry Kellman and Craven George Dock to interview Mr.
Large wall pictures, 16x20 In Adderley, butlers trf Mrs. Fred- Fawkes on the legality .of the ac- .
frame, for }!A the price, you nor. erick Sigrlst cl Prospect Ridge,' ticn of the men. Fawkes snatched
es 1I. mally pay. I returned from Europe on Sept. the notebook from the reporter,
Babies born In 1958 or 1959, get I 25. Mrs.; Sigrist, 'who was spend- and in an argument slapped him
two 'large 8x10 glossy picturesfor ing the summer in Venice, gave tin the face and knocked his
206. All twins, two 8x10' the two Bahamians the surpriseby glasses' to the ground.
gloss, $2.06. Novelty' pictures BOAC in July. The young men ,
furnished while you wait 2 for are thankful for What they're- A charge of danger us drivingwas
$1.03. 024 gard as an unusual opportunity. dismissed in the Magistrate'sCourt
on Sept. 24, .when his
ab. Ernest Miller, charged in the father, Milo Butler, invoked his
I. Magistrate's Court iwith unlawful I privilege as a Member of the
Business Minded possession of arms, told the House of Assembly. Young Butler -
EXPERT CAR BUFFING For SaleDry judge that while he was on the on August 10. was speedingto
And waxing at your home or call GUEST HOUSE project in the United States, he get his other. who was late for ".
OX 19508. Cleaning and Laundry bought the .22 revolver to a session off the House. A motorcycle -
C. H. JONES 031 business, good' location, 544 NW "shoot rabbits and snakes." But police followed him for
14th st. After 2:30: pan indi 8 Bedrooms 2 Baths I that did not work, because he had several blocks and gave him a
JOB OPPORTUNITIES threatened his wife with the gun ticket.
Electrical Inspector SIX GRAVE PLOTS in Richmond after a quarrel. He was given
$150 Cash/ There is a House rule which allows -
Precinct Guard Prison Guard Heights. Call' Ulysses Conley, three months' imprisonment and that "a member may not be
Prison OX 16890.1GROCERY
fined $140.Stevedores.
Typist Clerk (male) Only $8,990 Total interferred !with while going to,
Automotive Equipment Operator I STORE. Cheap. Good attending or returning from a
Automotive Mechanic Foreman business. Wife having !baby, must Price Sept. 28 when went the on"Rrammen"strike on House session."

Life Guard sell, 6309 NW 18th ave. Business or large family I arrived from Canada. The dispute "Tell them that Immigration;
Tax Record Clerk (male-trainee) Downtown Miami near 9th StreetS and labor
was over wages twill try to get them home by
Insurance Agents MUSICAL INSTRUMENT (conditions. After some negotiations Christmas." That is what the
Medical Secretary SAVE 25% to 60% on new 797 ,NW 55th. Terrace the men returned to work Magistrate told 35 Haitians 13
Structural Engineer (trainee) musical instruments. Guitars, list the next afternoon. women and 22 men who were
Clerk price $30, now $18.75. Guitar $550 Cash charged with illegally enteringthe
Customers Accounting Clerk (electric) list price $90, now $60. Randol Fawkes president of Bahamas, as he sentenced
News Writer (male) Trumpet outfit, list price $134,
the Bahamas Federation of Labor them on Sept. 26 to four months
Steno ClerkAutomotive new $90. Violin, bow and case, 1 MortgagePayment has been summoned to tell in prison. They will be deiported.
Mechanic I list price $125. now $80. Used : 3-bedroom Florida I the court why 'he struck a Tri The unfortunate Haitians left
Waste Truck Driver string bass, $100. Cocktail drum room furnished kitchen, $85 a bune reporter. During the strikeL. l their home "because of hard
set (used) $100. FREE use of 'month. $9,490 total. Ask for Mr. ;i W. Bealer went to the Prince times."
guitar with lessons in your home. Richards .
UpholsteryWe Enroll. naw. Phone NE 40284.O17

cover all type of furnitureat 3042 N.W. 57th St.
a reasonable tprce. Sunbrigh'' BEST ,BUY IN MIAMI
Upolstering Work, 1449 NW 3rd CompletelyFurnished

ave., phone FR 7-1239. O1T FOR ''SALE Custom built ;,3-bedroom CBS like new. Jalousied

front porch, awnings, solar heater, :water softener,
WANTED Beautiful 3-bedroom ,,CBS $490 Cash large CBS utility work room, fenced yard' fully landscaped .

CARETAKER to look after apts home, kitchen furnished, and fruit trees. .
and rent. Live on. Mr. Braughton: Master bedroom, 16x18, plus
Bonded Collection Agency. curtains, sofa: Price $11,760 Florida room Deep lot. Ideal for $800 down $80 month 1 mortgage

MEN AND WOMEN singers for -$1,800 down. Easy terms four monthly families. 'payment.Balance Ask$8,000.Lq'v for. GOODMAN'S REAL ESTATE,
spiritual singing. Also a piano Mr. Richards.
player. Call FR 9-0228. nld Good ,deal. 1949 Ford free. 2688 NW 62nd St. OX 1.0380, Nights MU 1.7740
Drive by 1250 1252 NW 58th St.
AGGRESSIVE, NEAT, courteous -
salesman to sell America's finest 2934 N.W. 57th St.
,
quality merchandise. Must haveat Duplex Duplex
least high' school education.
See Mr. Baker, 900 Biscayne Blvd. Large ,2 bedrooms List your property for sale or rent with
indf -- -

$100,000. Private'Money .. ..Each Side ',., HAROLD ROBIN
FOR RENT CBS, one side furnished t
Income from rental $210 per Registered Real (Estate Broker
FURNISHED: : 3-lbedrocm house in month. If you are looking for
Opa Locka, 2470 NW 155th Terr., something nice drive by this
Bunche Park area. Desire quiet, M. E. GOLDSTEINPermanent lovely dupleX. Hardwood floors, Homes for Sale New Listings Wanted
working family. Quiet and private tile roof, awnings and many
surroundings.' For information or ConstructionLoans ether features; Ask tor Mr. SIDNEY GREENSTEIN, SALES MANAGER
call NA 1-6654 indf Richards.
on new or old prop. 1210 N.W. 62nd Street PL.:4-0151
INFORMATIONFor erties under construction or Gold Coast Realty
a Clean Comfortable completed.Will .
ROOM 4301 N.W. 2nd Ave
Also furnished house for a groupof buy or make loans on .

6,7or8men PL: 1-2426

C-Barber Downtown at 321 Location NW 16th St. 1st or 2nd Mortgages III WHY 'PAY RENTWhen

Broker you can' buy this two bedroom CBS home for only $395
FURNISHED 3-bedrocm. $25 per Reg. FR 7.2643
week or $90 per month. 1275 NW Drive Carefujly! down. and pay balance at $75 per' month. Move In with down ,
55th terrace. Phone MU 1-2926. payment. NO CLOSING COSTS OR ANYTHING.OR .

$17 PER WEEK, 2-bedroom
Will trade for another house or lot
stove, refrigerator and water

free. Also furnished one-bedrooms WHO KNOWS! See 2741 N.W. 44th Street
844 NW 70th st. Phone NA 1-6953 THE MAN

indi LANDRY REALTY MO 7.2570

' 1-BEDROOM APT. Children 6268 S.W. 8th Street Evenings MO 7-4936
welcome; Near bus, school- Good REV.PROF. LUCYEFamous
tenant only .4190 NW 32nd ave.
,
We Hive 1-bedroom apartments
for rent. Ndw building, 524 NW New Orleans Spiritual Advisor, .
22nd st. FR 9-3576. this great \\Man of God ,will help you. >He

ROOMING HOUSE in Liberty was ,Iborn for this cause. I Unlike any othersin Builders Sacrifice

City, all OX 14514.APAIRf1'MEN1Tf this field of work. Many (people say,
after going to most of the best so-called -

12114. for rent. OXford Fortune Tellers, {Readers, Healers, etc., NEW
that they finally found in Rev, Prof. Lucyea DUPLEX ;:

FURNISHED Efficiency. None man sent by God who could help them.
better. All utilities. Near bus
shopping. 4190 NW 32nd ave. 2-Bedrooms Each Side
Are you worried, discouraged' or troubled? Home

FURNISHED APT for rent. broken, sickness, need money? I have helped millions ORCHARD VILLA '
Brownsville. Rent reasonable
Phone FR 4-7748 or NE 4-6358. on love, luck, ,troubles, marriage problems. Are

you drinking too much? 'Gambling 'too heavy? Whatever "
FURNISHED Efficiency. Private. See 1574 R.W.58th St. .
Free light, gas, water and phone. your problems are. '
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,
also 'parking for your car. Sorry #

no children. PL 80702. The Prof. is one of .the .Nation.1 Best'''and IDEAL FOR TWO FAMILIES 4

BEAUTIFULLY' decorated furnished Can HELP YOU! .
apartment (new) Flower' X. r
All
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bath, hot water and front porch. 9:30 a.m. to 9:30: p.m., dally except :Thursday (closed Thursday) ;<.
FR 4-4234, after 7 p.m. phone "

NE 41087.2bedroom. 12 MIMS AVENUE, GREENVILLE S.C.
BLACKSTONE REALTY Inc.
CBS 'NW 61st st. near ,
27th ave. Stove and refrigerator. PHONE CEdar'3.0714'
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REC6kD"THAT (CHARTER I YOUR MORTGAGE -SATURDAY. OCTOBER 10, 1959' PAGE 13 ,

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WON PAROLE A group of..Liberty City businessmen PAYMENTS SOOTIN'S TVFor

..Florida's loose parole laws, or,, for are getting applications Are Too High!
parole racket, came in for bitter establishment ot a local unit Reconditioned TV's From $ 9.95 ,.
criticism this :week when the of 'the National Business League.' For The Models
; Finest Service on All TV' Makes & t !
"good record" of a recently I You are getting behind
paroled .,
Charter you
memberships ,
are being
rapist was brought to light. Try us You'll Like us
Robert Lee Kemp, 33, paroled I sought number now and as soon as the need some extra cash now J 321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3-1589 ;
last 'month, back reaches 25 the charter
was in
Tuesday to answer' tour court old will be applied for. So far the TAYLOR can get you lower More than 25 'years of reliable service II:

charges of robbery. I following: businesses have sub payments, cash now, and I
Kemp, served 10 Coinmunity
years of a Ute"
-Drug, Jamaica
help make
sentence white on a charge' of'' raping, Shop, Johnson Shoe Shop Candle, Wil ..your. payments ., i... rVrldu Ui i i+ IMM .
a woman ton Dec. 19, 1948. for *
hams
His Service Station, House ol you. I t
"good record 4
.includes'ese Albert, Rolle, Hutcheson, Arline )
cape from a prison road gang in Associates, The Miami
1950. and another e&ape near Varsity Barber Shop. Times and Phone FR 9-1703 .
Crestview In 1956, during! which I
bloodhounds tracked h.lm for 25 Interested persons can contact J. R. TAYLOR
miles. .
)'I' I Garth C. Reeves at The Miami ; '
He ,iwas ., sentenced '' Times C. Licensed ......
to life on l I or Gaylord Rolle at the Mortgage Broker
Nov. 18, 1948, SItter a previousmistrial Broker Terrace Motel.
on a charge of raping a
woman while a companion held
the woman's escort at
bay with a '
pistol. RADIO DISPATCHED r

Kerrvo escaped a trap a few days
after the race when a 'police bul
1pt aimed at him struck a woman, Magic City Cabs .
Doris Jones, waiting at a bus
stoo. 24-HOUR SERVICEALSO j
Ravmcnd Marsh, state parole
commissioner, said Kemp was 'SERVING LIBERTY CITY AND BROWN SUB AREAS :
caroled because of his good rec "iiIfi 1W
ord"and in consideration of the
fact that his first trial resulted ina -
mistrial. Phones: FR 3-0539 and FR 3.7004 11h

Crmmentinr Marsh's
on
state-
ment, Assistant State Attorney 314 N.W. 16th Terrace Miami, Fla. j
Glen C. Mincer who as state attorney -
in 1948 prosecuted the
case said 'hft considers it "poor !
poH :v" to substitute the parole

c-mmission's Judgement for the kV i.7* "_AJ.'*WX' : : .
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MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper CARD OF THANKSThe Richardson. ,. Jones Funeral of 1379 services NW 73rd for st.,Alvin were

PAGE 14 SATURDAY OCTOBER 10, 1959 !(Leroy Amwter, 360, NW 11th held Oct. 1 in the chapel with the
the late
family of
died in the Tuskegee Veteran's !Rev. C. McClary officiating He It;
MRS. PHUO WILLIAMSof 'Hospital> on Set 30. Funeral survived by his mother Melissa,
Waytooro, Ga., who died Sept. held Oct. 6 .
services on Tuesday, (father, Leroy.
17, wishes to extend Its thanks 3:30: pm.. from St John Baptist
CARDSMEMORIALSCARD and appreciation to all kind Church. Burial in Evergreen The body of Geor&e Hicks of
I friends for their thou tfulnel
Memorial .Cemetery. 1340 NW 2nr court, who died
extended during its 'recent be-
Oct. 7 was taken to Leesburg for
reavement. The cards, telegramsand Etnory Chapman, 245 NW llthSt. burial. He is survived by hip
OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe (floral pieces were highly : ., apt 17, died in Jackson ltd mother, two brothers.
family of the late, appreciated pital on Oct. 3. Funeral serviceson
family of the late ALMA WILLIAMSwho Mrs. Viola Wilkins Saturday, Oct. 10, 2:00: pin. Graveside services for Infant
MRS. OCIE OLA HALLof died Sept. 2 and was laid to and Family from the chapel with burial in Collins of Opd Locka were held on
14790 Buchanan St., Richmond rest Sept. 12, wish( to extend our Evertgreen. Oct. 1 with the Rev. C. McClary
Heights, wish to express their thanks and appreciation to all IN MEMORIAMIn officiating. He is survived by
sincere thanks and appreciationto those who expressed. their sym- William Smith 1 NW 66th his parents. -
their many friends for cards, pathy by acts of kindness, cards, sad but loving memory of, st.,, died in Jackson Hospital on
telegrams, flowers and other acts floral tributes and telegrams during 1<:':':it: ..a".J.v1" : H",'' ",. t r. Oct. 3. Funeral held on Thursday, .
of 'kindness during their recent I the death of my wife. ; ,'J1'H'r -"' "; ).'''I" Oct. 8 at 2 pm. from Mt. Olivette Range . .
bereavement Special thanks to Special thanks to the Francis : ;t.:?. : ", ': Baptist Church with burial in
pastor Albert Jones and membersof Funeral Home, Rev. Burney and ; Y ':;:;>>; Evergreen.Mrs. 'Mrs. Eva Mills of 2937 NW
Martin Memorial AME Church', congregation of Friendship Bap- w.,'; Jt1 45th st., died at her residence on
and the Richardson Funeral tist Church and the many other i :J r '.. . Cora Lee Siweetirtgi, 768 Oct. 3. She is survived by her
k.
Home.Patron friends and relatives.J. ;' ,, ,.. NW 9th st., Florida City, died at husband, John, two sisters, one
E. and Coreatha C. Williams, husband (:4 '.. Ma ';,: home on Oct. 3. Funeral on Saturday brothers. Funeral services 'Will be
.
Paschal and Family And Family .> U..' i morning 10 o'oclock from conducted on Friday Oct. 9 at
r r"' <.... 1\ Homestead with burial in Ever- Antioch Baptist Church of

IN MEMORIAMIn green. Brownsville at 1:30: pm. Rev. E.
CARD OF THANKS : Richardson will oficiate Burial]
r'I
sad but loving of f
memory House of Albert . . will be conducted at Evergreen
We, the family 'of the late the late. :' Memorial Cemetery. She is now

MRS. GENEVA FORBES 'I v s w Mrs. Mary J. Harrison of 1177 lying in repose in the chapel.
wish to acknowledge with sincere NW 61st st., died Sept.: 27. She is
thanks and appreciation the ; j survived by her father of Dothan, Sidney Scott 1376 NW 71st
kindness expressed: during her .. Ala.; six sisters, three brothers. st., died at Veterans Administration -
illness and death. Special thanksto Funeral services were conductedOct. Hospital on Saturday, Oct. 3.
Frances! Funeral Home, Rev.I. J '. ..;.l : 6 at 10 ajm. in the chapeL Mr. Scott had 'been a resident of
C. Mickins, Mt. Olive Baptist .. 1 Rev. Alexander Allen officiated. Miami for the past 34 years having
Church and auxiliaries, Rev. L. ( '. I ., Interment in Lincoln Memorial come from his home in
,\. Thompson, Temple Baptist
Cemetery. Uvalde, Ga. during the year of
Church and auxiliaries and the '. :: : 1925. He was an employee of the
entire Masonic family. j .,:I services for John City for the past 33 years. Sur-
"We lift up our eyes unto the r' -.. hills from whence cometh our ; Homestead w1o died in Kendall three three
.. NEVILLE daughters, a son,
help Sincere ., :? FERGUSONwho Hospital Sept. 29, were( held Oct. brothers, a sister.
gratitude, ; departed this life Oct. 2,
. .. .. 2. Survivors are a son and daughter -
The Family t;. : '. 1956. Local services will be conducted -
.. \1t. ; . : both of New York City.
A <.: One by one their seats were at Greater Bethel AME Churchon

IN MEMORIAMIn ,.... . .. ...', :,. .' :,., emptiedOne Mrs. Ariminth- Jane Cooper, a Oct. 9 at 5 pan with the Rev.
..." ;,J. .. :. . ft'{ by one they went away pioneer Miamian, who lived at Cousin .officiating.!. .
'
I6ving memory ot our dear . 'tri-. Now the family is (parted. 2432 NW 58th st., died in Jackson
Little
mother, Clara Ferguson, wife Hospital Oct. 1. She is survivedby Earlie of 1849 NW 74'.h
ALEXZINA PINCKNEY .' Ida Mae Martin daughter a son, Alfonso, !with whom she terrace, died in Jackson Hospital]
A who died Oct. 13, 1943. Genevieve Donaldson, Dght. lived; a brother of the Bahamas. Oct. 4. He is survived by his wife
Harrison Pinckney Sr., Six grandchildren Rosary services conducted Wednesday Patsy, four young children, his
husband 8 pjm. in the chapel and mother, a brother and other rela
Harrison. Pinckney, Jr., son: IN MEMORIAM final rites held at Holy Redeemer 'tives. Local services were conducted

Vernell Walker, daughter REV. JOHN L ROSS .... ....'.."" -.. . Y..w ..... ..,. . .. Catholic Church at 10 awn Oct. Moriah Baptist on Thursday Church.at Final New rites Mt.
Mar urite Pinckney 8. Burial in Lincoln.
daughter j ji
Minnie Lee Pinckney, who departed this life on Oct. 6, f";' '.'. and burial will be conducted in
daughter-in-law 1952. Elliott Mlncy of 10133 Jessa- Atlanta on Sunday._
George Walker Jr., grandson Gone, but not forgotten. '..s.j' mine St., Perrine, died in Jackson
Harrison Pinckney III, !Mrs. Bettie Ross and Family ) ;yv .. Hospital Oct. 3. Funeral services Mrs. Camilla Brawn of 835 NW
grandson I, will ,be conducted Saturday, Oct. 64th st., died in Jackson HospitalOct.
Alexzina Pinckney, I IN MEMORIAMIn 10 at 2 pm. at Keer Memorial 6. She is survived by her

grand daughter memory of our dear sonEDWARD c4 ';: Yf Methodist Church, Perrine. Rev.E. husband, George, a sister, Mrs.
;
'btr 7 J. Shard: officiating. He Helen Mitts, a brother, Dabble

------- .m.--., .. ......."..".., "'t ;. will lie in repose in the chapel Robinscn. Funeral arrangementsare
IN MEMORIAMIn , from 5 p4n. Frday until 8 am at this time incomplete.
; .ro jk.k Saturday when the body will be
memory of our dearly beloved taken to his home where he will Mrs. Lizzie Brantley of 6950
husband, father and brother c / f remain until funeral time. SUr- NW 19th ave., died in Jackson
aacad. M" vivors are his wife, Callie; two Hospital. Sheds survived by seven

xra N. sons, twq daughters and other sons, four daughters. Chapel services -
j : ;, relatives. Burial will be in Paradise will be conducted on Sat-
y.> ( Memorial Gardens. urday, Oct. 10 at 10 am. Rev. S.
.Y : will officiate.
". Gay
r : ,
Y Seniors . .
1. Mrs Mildred Griffin of 5187

\: The body of Arthur L. Jones of NW 27th ave., died in Jackson
i '\.: .,o: 1390 NW 1st ave., was shipped to Hospital on Oct. 6. She was the
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.
,a Shellman Ga., where funeral services victim of an accidental explosionat
\':: :. were held Tuesday, Oct. 8. her home. She is survivedbyher
I ,, r i He is survived by his mother, husband, Willie, four children -

JAMES L. BARNETT Ida, father, Harvey, and other. I I her father, four brothers, one

: : who passed to his reward Oct. 10 relatives. sister

:: ; 1957.
$ Safely, safely gathered In,
For our loss we must not weep,
; Nor our loved one long to keep
From the home of rest and peace,
Where all sin and sorrow ceaae.
4L Jesus, grant that we may meet.
There, adoring at thy feet. '.. ,I fIK1e kl Kin riu anr< mrs ends's

Miss Lottie Ward, mother
And Family

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2, D. RANDOLPH departed NOMAN this life JOHNSONwho Sept. 30, Beautiful HomeOn -;. -

' who departed this life Oct.. 9, 1947. Largo Lot
1958. When the day of toil is-over
There's an open gate When the,race of life is run Your lot can be a paymenton
At the end of the road Father, let thy loving child this bedroom
Through which each Rest for new 2-
: must go evermore.
alone In loving memory baths 2-car garage ; ;! LESTER C. ALBERT funeral Dlrtctor

And there in a light .we cannotsee Sybil Johnson, mother 5940 N.W. 23rd Avenue 6942 N.W. 15th Artmi OX 1-7661
Edwena Johnson, daughter
Our Father claims His own.. Ophal Deveaux, sister I Baron JE 8.1340

Jessie Alex D.E.Randolph Randolph, ,son wife It (U our aim to render a coiucientiqus service.

Katie Hicks, sister Reasonable in price and satisfactory in every detailMORTICIANS


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In memory of our dear mother flWt
ESTELLE RICHARDSON
1958.

... Here bring your wounded heart
Here tells your anguish,

Earth has no sorrow that heaven .,
cannot heal.
I Rosa Brown, daughter
{Essie Mae Adam, daughter. "
(Ester Nathan, daughter 10

James Downs, son ,
Sevenell Downs, eon* t #'

Timothy Downs, son
Dollie Jackson, sister 15737 N.1T. 17&A'ENVlltllWll..,n.oamA .PlwMtt OX 14111. OX 14941Omr


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Teen's Conference Rev.ELDER Sheddrick'. I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1959 PAGE 15 ,,.':..lr\


.. . Brown to be
h- with HAROLD& ANTHONY -- BIG NEW MODERN TROUBLED? LOVE?

-'j.- .. . . .- .- Buried Monday MONEY PROBLEMS? '
--- t .atat..r.t T tt f.l JAZZ DANCE

it is :Teen's Conference again! ing the mall bag for the topics Rev. S. D. Brown of 2960 DEPT. ADDED I'll help., Solution available, ;7
This time we will confer on you would like t$ have discussed. Charles ave., died Oct. 1 follow 'If Instruction followed.
Drinking, In speaking of drinking This is net my column, it Is out irtj a long llllness. Rev. Brown Strictly personal
Added to the Fine Arts Conser-
we don't mean water had been an AME minister for .
milk, column, all teena rs.. So I shall established JOHN WAMSTEKSRDept.
!well ;
sodas, Juice, etc Lt is the alcoholid be locking for you to send in about 30 years and served as a vatory already
beverages:> that we will tajk about. your-ideas, Questions or Interests presiding elder for 10 years. The- music Dept. .are two dance depart 15 ." .
Personally, teenagers, I ami riot even pet peeve$ that you woulJ Fort Myers District was the last ments: Modem Jazz and Ballet. Box 10, Ottery, Cape Y.;;
for drlnkirtji at an early a&' ]I like to have dls ussed. Ate you lie presided over. His member.. The modern Jazz includes all South Africa .
feel that it is a bad habit. Thisis Interested in the column 11 so ship rAta l later transferred to the types of dance forms from tap to
one of the habits that cause us let me J know. Address your. niatito Scuth Florida Conference. It was Broadway shows to acrobatics.
to be looked down upon by. adults : here where his health began to We are fortunate to have as lead
and even sdme of our own Teen's Conference with i 'Naiileloc. fail and he remained until his of modern dance department, You
Mrs. Hackett who has May
friends. Miami death. Nancy :
Times, 6740 NW ISttt Are" i
Miami, Fla.WHAT'S. He Is survived by his wife, studied with various teachers, Dream Dreams '
The so-called "gooddteeling'that Jarfte! four sons Including Wil' Including a former Rcckette from
drinking is supposed to makeus liam (Shorty) and Richard Holton New York's Radio City Music and See 'Visions ; "
have, really- isn't a good feel- WRONG and two daughters, Mrs Callie Hall and London's Royal Academyof ;
Ing after all. Why have a false 'osteruf! Miami. I Dance instructor Gillian Wind-
feeling for a little while, and Funeral services in charge of borne. She formerly: taught in
wake up the next morning' witha WITH AMERICAN Seniors Funeral Home will be held. Palm Beach. ;vo '1 0J

nasty headache, bad stomach Monday, Oct. 12, 4:30: pjm. at St.' Our ballet department has already 0da7a1
and a whole bunch of nerves? I'
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HUSBANDS? Paul Church In Coconut
opened under the able
Often we not only wake feel-
up Grove with the Rev.
T. C. Kelley
of Miss Shirley San-
leadership
irlr bad but find
ourselves in a I
officiating. After the
funeral the
world of trouble. Then "What's Wrong With American ders who was principal: ballerina
really unhappy. Yes, we we mignt are Husbands?" will be discussedby body will be sent to Swalnsboro,: with Miami Ballet Co. and schol-
find a little Joy in drinking, but Samuel G Kling at the Miami Ga. for burial. arship student with New York
absolutely no happiness Public Library on the World Ballet Theatre She has now returned -
Around Us series, Oct. 22 at 8:30: Magnolia HospitalTwo to make Miami her home
Drinking have often loweredone pjfn. According to Dr. Frank B. girls and six boys were and teaches ballet at the Fine .
to a first, second, and third Tessa, director of the library, Mr. born at Magnolia Hospital. Baby Arts Conservatory and her own "
c'ass tramp. A disgrace to yourself Kling is a practicing marriage girls were born to Mrs. Marlon studio on Miami Beach.It v3
], and family! You will find counselor: ,who has written such Sims!, and Mrs. Louise Glover. 1$ never too late to register .1.
that you are destroying yourself books as "He>w to Win and Holda Baby sons ,were born to Mrs.I for either one or both of these '
little by little. Save ourself from Mate," "The Marriage Guide' Stevan Robe, Mrs. Virginia exciting new dance programs It
this horror. You start with a "The Marriage Reader," and "The Brown Mrs. Essie Mae Cooley is open to all age groups. It is so with this so-called Dream Seal.
little fun and end up with misery Art of Being Hapy( ," "Popular Mrs. Mayfbeth Singletary, Mrs. good to develop rhythm while Only 200. Money back guaran
Only you t teenagers, can ave Legal Ert YIORedla" and "You Johnnie Ruth Wilson and Mrs. acquiring grace and mustle tone. teed. Try one today!
yourself raft such. No one can Legal Rights. He has also conducted -!I Alice Knowles. Mothers and babies Registrations on Saturday, Lib-
d& it for you, my advice to you la a column and a radjo, I are fine.Medical erty City YMCA 10 a.m. JAMAICA CANDLE SHOP <
never st rttheiy u won't have show on marrlaie counseling. j I patients Include John- 6965 N.W. 15th Ave.
t* attempt to 'stop, because sometimes Samuel KUng was educated at ny Pace, Izzle Mae Ehelley, Ther- Sin Corner KindBy Miami 47 Florida
we eait't stag as easily as the University of Baltimore- and man Shelley (mother and son), William Henry Huff for ANP _
we start #I' at the Washington School of p y-| Robert Lee Sparks and Pearl!
It the 'garta or your friends decide chiatry. He started out as a dilvoree Braddcck.- Three small children You tee she has no love for Jim
to have one Just for kicks, lawyer, then specialized in I were: medical patients, Cynthia For all on earth she wants from
remember that the first is seldom domestic relations. He has been Oliver, Barbara Shepherd and Veronica him
the last and you are stupid a practicing marriage counselor! West. Mr. Macy Monroewas I It money, money, money. 100
to take such .a chance tor. solittle for:.25 years.Christian. '. admitted for stwgery, She never offers him a smile
I of nothing. NOW please I Two of Magnolia's own employees Though he would walk ,a country '
donH get me wrong Drinking on 'Aid Bible were on the medical patient mile USEDTVs
! the whole is not bad. It is the list. Donna Mills and Isaac To hear her call him honey
way you drink that really makes Thompson. Magnolia reports that She's grouchy at la letting hen
the defflrence. But as a teenageryou Class Buys PropertyThe all are convalescing satlsfactory- Whenever he comet stepping In
shouldn't drink at ALL! Remember lly. And yet the think It'. funny.
o dear friends, that we Christian Aid Bible Class
are the citizens of tomorrow. of Liberty City has purchased a
Certainly -we want to be the best place on Northwest 58th terrace HARLEM SQUARE For The Highest in NO
citizens. There are many formsof from Mr. and Mrs.. Gunter..In the
recreation that we can indulgeIn future the members are expectingto SWEET SHOP COSMETICSCall
that is morally, socially ,and occupy it for their services. YUkon 3.5681 MONEYDOWN
A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES
physically (good. To weaken our- Mrs.. M. E. Stevens, Pres.
selves and start indulging in alcoholic Mrs. ALbertha Jones, COLD CUTS COSMETICS "SA NUS"
beverages, is not considered banking treasurerRev. A tin
by yours truly and,many qf Adam Kelly, agent. 208 N.W. 10th Street
my many teentlmers whom I have Miami Time Newspaper
discussed this matter with as beIng -
good' clean recreation. It Is ARMSTRONGMANOR t!'
only a perfect form of wreok- .
reatlon." Take this piece of advice HOMES
teenagers, if you don't drink FOR RENT
you aren't a square, you are displaying Call Ora D. TaylorReg.
pood intelligence and Real Estate Broker '
sund judgement.So CE 5.4246 5 Fully Furnished
long teentlmers until next
conference time. I shall be search-


1 Bedroom Apts. ,


FOR RENT by SUMMONSA $16 and $17 PER WEEK


A deluxe air-conditioned. home. Two ail.tile LARGE ROOMS AMPLE CLOSETS lr

bath 6312 NW 18th Ave. NEWLY DECORATED

$35.00 per week

289 N.W. 23rd StreetCall
Call HI 4-2448 or HI 60173DAY
Luther O. Carey FR 4.8398
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419-449 .8th St. winning flUteS to catch anything by speculation on stocks and bond'. Cuban TV JOE INc.
and other forms of numerology! Theso' boob tell you what to do to.
the winning track often! You can not afford to be without
on
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fh. the very low price of only $::1.00 for both. This maybe
youVcSflce to make a killing and say goodbye to bills and money 5211 NE 2nd Ave.
FRIDA PLAZA[ APIS. womel forever. Tell your friends only after you are on a better road

to ueee.l. B. the first. Order yours today. Phone PL 1-8571
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THE MIAMI TIMES9!. # .People. Newspaper" I ness'ff a violet, the audacity of a People and business organizations cards to the Times requesting a
M steel trap, the enthusiasm of a I can donate from $1.00 to any basket. This type of thing i*
PAGE 16' SA 'Y, OCTOBER 10, 1959 fire cracker, and when he makes amount they can afford and the working in many large cities so
... something he has fIve thumbs on Miami Times will print the don. why not in ours? Details later, _
each hand. or's and amount and the and when the
............... .. .. name money issent in,
-- .NONNWN.NN. NWN.NNNNNN A boy is a magical creature total each week until the close of the Times will let everyone know
you can lock him out of your thedrive.. Mr. Hadley'insists thata from whom it came.
workshop, but you can't lock him well known civic organization
Around Miami out of your heart. You can get sponsor the project/- and on .Per Well, until next week, live life,
I him' out of your study, but you cember 22, groceries will : be everygolden minute of it. Peace.
can't get him out of your mind. bought and passed on to lessfor
Might as (well give up he is tunate families. These' people will -
By DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDU your captor, your Jailer your be suggested by clubs social I I I I. .

-....-.-..NNN..M...NNN...N.rN..N\M.MM., L... !boss. and your master- a freck- workers, neighbors, frietods' orJ'post Join The NAACP
\ led face, pint-size, cat chasing, _
IT HAS BEEN brought to myl i'. a bundle of floise.) But when you -
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attention that there is a teenage come home ,at night with only C .:" L : J : t'\
club operating on 15th ave. at the shattered (pieces of your hope
69th st. This comes as a com - and dreams, he can mend them FfcEE DELIVERY SERVICEBrownsville
plaint from stme of our parents they do or /where they fco? A lot like nqw with the two magic
and a few of our policemen whose of parents don't know where their words- i Dad!'] <
hands are virtually tied. Said one children are after school and at Drug StorePrescriptions
policeman, "it's a darn shame night, seme /worry but can't find ....WORD IS PETTING around
those kids smoking and drinking out because of the hours they about another'golf tourney next
wine and Lord only knows what work, and the woman who sells year. It is' to ''be a $3,000 open Cosmetics. Drugs
else is going on. I've got a teen this 'WIne to the kids should be with four flights, plus lange beau-
daughter, which makes me a put in Jail,1' ,tiful trophies. Money Orders Pay Light Bill Here
thoughtful and careful father, but That is a statement by a Miami
W. W. Welter Registered Pharmacist Prop.
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what about those other kids 'whose policeman. We do not have the OUR MAYOR, Charles Hadleyand -
parents don't seem to- care what proper recreational facilities the Miami Times have been
4634 N.W. 27th Ave: NE 4-7233
available for our 'kids, but those ,
approached with a very fine idea : _
I things that are available are not and that is to announce the First .
taken advantage of. The parentsdo '
Annual Christmas Cheer Fund. -.0.-- =---- : :- ..
not insist that Johnny or
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LOVELYHONES 'DJs dances water,playing skiing with live, records skin bands diving or for,famous roller them; ;I i:1t, Fair' Realty is Easy to Buy From ii|j

skatlrij and many other facilities
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are not available -io our children. r:
When they are available, our parents rfu' VISIT OR CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645 I

do not encourage the youngsters -
to participate, and they il'lc
soon are forced to go out of .us.1, ; .l..l.i
iness. The problem has been -
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shown . where is the answer?I]I ,) '
FOR SALE The parents and the children, or i; :
the education. of the parents first? r En
1111.
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,. ... In Northwest. PRETTY GIRL 'OF THE Week: i
I Margaret Davit ." .. ,. Pretty boy i2 '
55th St. Area of the Week: Connie Farmer .
Policeman of the Week: Calvin i : Z g
Mapp . Teacher of the Week: @
Thomas R Papino. Uf fn
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WHAT IS A BOY? I thoughtyou 1, tLJ1I lc
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would like to read the answer ,
to this question as originated dill 1 ll
,by New England Mutual Life '
Insurance Co.: "Between the innocence I
of babyhood and the dignity ' .
of manhood we find a delightful ' .. : 'w ;l
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Low Down Payment creature called a boy. ":a.. ,I.'p'' .I __._ i #
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J Boys come in assorted sizes
Easy Monthly TermsOnly ,weights and colors, but all boys I iI 'J.n;!
have the same creed. To enjoy uI"
I second of minute of '-
e every every
I every hour of every day and to :Jrr;
1 Mortgager (protest with noise (their only r
weapon) when their last minuteis

finished and the adult males rrWHY, PAY RENT ?
pack them off to bed at night.

. Boys are found everywhere') on _.
tapef, underneath, inside of, --- :
Third Ave.Realty cllmfblng' on, swinging from, run '
ing around, or jumping to. Moth,. CUSTOM BUILT BRAND NEW CBS HOMES

ers love them, little girls hate I Open this Sunday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.-Mr. Martin

them, older brothers and sisters I See 1519, 1S70N.E.] 154th Street, North Miami Beach .
tolerate them, adults ignore them
and Heaven protects them. A boy 3-bedroom, separate all jalousied ,dining room, utility room; spacious
is Truth with dirt on its face kitchen, all modern bathroom, city waters buses shopping ,center. Move
i Beauty with a cut on Its finger right in.
Wisdom with bubble' gum In its
hair, and the Hope( of the future DOWN-
742 NW 3rd Ave;,j, with a frog ,in Its pocket. IJ ONLY $49$ NO',.CLOSING COSTS

When you are busy, a boy is an I
inconsiderate, bothersome Intruding
FR 4-3297
jungle of noise. When you Gorgeous 3bedroomNew CBS Orchard Villa 2 Bedroom CBS

. AND ,, .. ,want him, his to brain make turns a good to jelly impression Only $795 Down On NW 55th St. Only one mortgage

or else he becomes .a savage Opa Locka ;beauties One payment to pay. No closing costs. Jalousied

NE 40394S. sadistic, jungle creature bent c zi each month. Built in oven and range. Florida room. Beautiful area. Close

destroying the world and. himself Rear all screened Florida porch. Close to buses. Call u* appointment to
with It.
Hutcheson Jr. to schools, buses. Hurry! (See 1940 ..how.N .
: A boy is a composite he has 152nd Terr. Also 1770 NW
the appetite of a horse, the digestion 152nd
RegisteredReal of a sword swallower the St. Open. Only "$395 Down
Estate Broker energy of a pocket-size atom x
bomb, the curiosity of a cat the Duplex Live Rent Rree! 2-bedroom, clean home, close to NW ..
lurigs of a dictator, the imagina? 12th ave. bus and 54th St. ,bul. Only
tion of a' Paul Bunyan, the shy Only $795 Down one payment each month. City water,

I One j ,mortgage.. Here U without a large lot. Newly painted. Move right
..ubtthe\ bargain '
buy of the year! in.
? Listen to this: You can live free by
TV SICK
g'I m apt. and
rilign
? renting the
We
0 ,All this plu close have 2 large lot to build. East of
to schools
tlr 1266 ''NW 55th St. of 1480
east NW
f" a hopping and buse
Then dial FR 4-2044-9 to 9 Shown by
a.m.
p.m k' ointmen See ((1402 NW 56th St.ap. 55th St. Can how finished model A

SAME DAY SERVICE : deposit will hold. Pay a* house being It

t New CBS Store built. Gorgeous bedroom, built-in
BIdg.
: ALL MAKES, ALL MODELS tigt!I Large rental area Private Downtown oven and range. Closed garage, Flor

l tJ bath. About 12,O! O square room and ida room, hardwood floor, ,city water, .
Picture Tube Special t ; I"ee.- One buses.
'Ui mortgage. See 357 NW ,,22nd Lane
,4 Only .
ric $995 Down
17-inch-$22.95 21-inch 429.95
:a Brand New 3.bedroom-CBS Homes c.

.- 31 2 LOTS. List your lob with u* for quick Only $995 Down

SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night .................... $2.50 2! cash NI e. We also have Iota to build Shower doors, Venetian blind. No 24;

::1I Nite Call Our Specialty-No Extra Charge '-t in Orchard Villa, Opa Locka North closing cost*. 3091-3099 NW 58th St. \;

!5 l .Miami Beach. Deposit will ho'ld. First deposit will hold.

Just.received shipment of 45 RPM phonograph 5
Record All late hit. Special-3 for $1.00 r


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