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Title: Miami Times
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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: October 17, 1959
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37TH YEAR, NO. ,8 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1959 PRICE TEN CENTS 16 .PAGES

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I Executive' to Attend Post ''White Numbers Queen Upe






World Council ectors.:: Meeting- !for Shooting Nearo to Death {!I


The following officers- elected, .
to serve with Mrs. Yaeger are: WI' .." ,
Mrs.. Elizabeth Espy Johnson and I 1-- Free on Bond After
Mrs. E. A. Ward, 1st and 2nd
vice chairman Marie D.' Roberts, First Degree
rt secretary, Lemmle Mitchell assistant Court Refuses
secretary; Mmes. AddleL iSupreme Murder Charge,.
Sampson and Annie Lindsey, Mrs. Catherine Tresjler, a 25-
co-chairmen of finance;; Theresa I year-old blonde, and said. by police
f r Clark, Ann Coleman and Evelyn Racial CasesThe to ,'be "queen", M numbers
Hf Thomas, members at large of. on operations in South Dade, was arrested -
the executive committee on Tuesday in ''connection

frwMRS. Nowly elected members of the Federal Supreme Court this mUted to the all-white Oliver J. with the shooting and woundingof
rt, 1959-60: 'Committee on Administration (week refused to review a decision 'Senwnes Elementary School in Norman King, who died Wednesday -
include: Mmes. Ruth N, given by the U. S. 4th Circuit Pensacola. .' morning in Jackson Memorial
Polite, Lillian Baillou, Leila Wil- Court in Richmond in litigationon Hospital.
Hams and Miss Jessie Giles, behalf of 15-year-old' Joseph KILLS WIFE WITH i King was visiting the home. ofThelma ,
Mmes. Susie Lowrie, pena T. Hiram Holt, Jr., against the Crouch, 369 Oak Ave., .j
Goodman and Hiulda Frazier be- Raleigh, N.c. board of education. PEN KNIFEA Coconut Grove, at 11:30: p.m. II
gin second terms and Mrs. Hen Monday /when six shots ,were
The court decided that Negroes
fired into the bedroom from the
Goulds man was charged !
rietta Lindsey begins a Dew term
admission to North Caro-
seeking '
Friday iwith second degree mur- outside He was struck in the ,
s Mmes. Mattie Barkley, Lenora lina white schools must exhaustall der in the penknife slaying of'his abdomen. At the hospital he
Johnson and Marian Shannon art state' administrative measures wife during an argument last underwent surgery for the removal -
newly elected to the nominating{ before asking help of federal Saturday. of the bullet.

A. L. BTAYLOR committee to serve one year, courts. Murray Mitchell, 23 of SW ,Metro.Detective Jack Tuck-
Executive Director The hljh court also declined to 120th ave., was under $1,000 bond field seized an'array of bolita
rule on a demand by Negroes to after a hearing before Peace equipment in the home of Mrs. I
:Mrs. A. Louise BTaylor, executive integrate North Carolina schools Justice Sylvester P. Adair in Tressler at Coral Reef Drive near il I
director of Murrell Branch. -. promptly; a decision that resultedin Homestead. The victim, Sadie M. Richmond Heights. On Wednesday
YWCA has been chosen by the 4 Prince Edward County, Va. Mitchell, 22, was stabbed during/ she was charged with first
Miami YWCA I wt.. cutting off school funds and an degree murder but later
as representativeIn t.w K'' ; a street fight, police said. was released -
''. the ,past meeting of the World's I ,'Ii order prohibiting the Norfolk on bond.Walter f
11'" YWCA Council at .Deresv,startlnf "' ;,.,," City Council from cutting off JUDGE PROPOSES Green, 35, of 14401 Ty-
: this"weekend.. 'An additional request '.t'! public school funds. ]ler st., Richmond Heights, w a *
has come from the National I .. Holt's parents had asked that "CO AN TO arrested as an accessory,.H4yol- M
Board YWCA that Mrs. BTTaylor he be transferred to a 'White \untaMiy 'went to' Miami police-
serve !in the additional capacity on I echo.l after he was reassigned VAGRANTSMunicipal headquarters, but denied being
a cross-sectional committee' which with Mrs. Tressler. Green Is
to a Negro school by the boardof Judge Mitchell also
convenes immediately followingthe out bond.
on
education. His request was rejected -
post council meeting for planning and the United States Goldman comes up with a new Miss Thekna Crouch, who wasa
the 1960 Regional Conference idea a loan fund t for vagrants. maid at the'
District Court In Raleigh and the The judge has recommendedthis borne of Mrs. Tressler
until \ Vas
recently the
Circuit Court in Richmond up- 'honor" fund prob
held the decision of the board. loan plan as able .targef ) 'OUicers said. She
ELECTION OP. NEW of
OFFICERS part a new probation program was listed the .
'as star witness in
Forty-five Negro children in that !is being set up by the city's the shooting
Mrs Carl E. Yaeger Jr. (Doris .-, the other North Carolina' case, in police court Judges. The vagrants A pistol found ,under the front
L.) is the newly elected chairman Montgomery County; filed a suit would be able to borrow dollar eat of the
cf the Branch Committee on administration ' asking the board of education be or two to give them money for a had convertible been fired of the accused -
succeeding Miss barred forever from assigning! night's lodging and car fare while she denied recently
being
Marie D. Roberts (who recently to a, particular" school because of they seek a job. There could only the the anywhere near
scene of shooting and
completed two successive termsas race. The courts rejected the re- branch chairman. Mrs. Yaeger quest. job, that's your hard luck. snakes was shooting
will represent Murrell Branch on I MRS. CARL E. YAEQER, JR. The fund would be established
the Miami YWCA board of dl- , Newly jElected Chairman/ Under the Pupil Placement Law with money confiscated from !
rw the Florida State Board of Education gambling seizures. night's lodging and bus fare. A
.' on Tuesday refused to 'order This plan could be helpful but vagrant needs a breakfast too:, A
that Karen Augustus be ad- $2.00 is hardly enough ,for a $3.00 loan /would be better. J

:: Man Killed, in

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A 32-year-old man, was shot J-: _
fatally Friday night during a
dice game argument with several I VAGRANT HELD
i ether men in an' apartment house
-, at 6201 NW 17th ave. IN N.C. BEATING
Gordon Moon, of 1480 NW
I, Thirty-four-year old *
John
70th st. was dead on arrival at
Jackson Memorial ll'o plta1. He Green Perkins was arrested by
c. '. !rraa apparently shot once with a Detective Lt. C. 0 Huttoe at 3:43pjn. :
.32 caliber: pistoL Sunday at SW 3rd ave. and
i 20th road, and is said to have
Detective Ernie Bush quoted confessed to the brutal beating of _
witnesses as saying Moon'\ was Mrs. Robert. Quinn at Henderson-
t' shot when one.of the other men vine, NjC.Perkins.
with whom he was arguing suddenly alias Frank Davis,
pulled cut: the pistol. t* was pked up for prowling last
Police are searching for several week by the police and was photographed - -,
suspects. and finersprinted, but p ; *? _
I because of lack of evidence. he 4 ,

WHITES CLAIM was released. ,
From Washington the FBI immediately t
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: THREATS TO sent information that Y I4W rN
Davis was Perkins and that he N

t ," VACATE was the man wanted !in the Hen-
.". dersonville crime.
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t NEIGHBORHOODRepeated The woman, 35,* wife of the t. ,
president of the Chamber of _
threatening telephonecalls commerce, is reported to have A I
to several residents in the told the police that Perkins entered I
Northwest ectkm have caused her home on the' pretext of 5L:
L Metro detectives to begin investigation ;making a phone call on Sept. 22. ., .
r. on Wednesday. 'Residents '
report that callers have threatened ' :r-
to bum their homes if they in five nights'prowlers were about _

don't put them up for sale. her (premises. One. night a prowler __ __. __ ____.____ --
. The officers believe that the cut her kitchen screen with a
calls: may be an attempt to peed knife and on another he frightened MISS B-CC AND HER COURT'Love- include Yvonne Massey, Wynona Barrett
the transition of the neighborhood a youny'girl so that she bad ly Christine Turner of Miami reigned supreme - and Olivia Dee Ellis. The beautiful quark
from white to Negro. to be taken to. hospital for last Saturday over the Bethune- tet inspired the Wildcats to upset Morris
One (woman said she had been treatment. Other home owners Cookman College homecoming celebrationat Brown of Atlanta 8-6 in the
r I harrassed by callers demanding reported to police that, they bare homecoming

.. that, she *11 her home. Four W2 q bad similar experience.. Daytona Beach. Members of the court .game. Se..storyjnside!" 4 _"".



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for month and the I bow Park Elementary, Mrs. Rosa ,The officers for the year are:
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People' Newspaper"PAGE school the plaque with the one largest number at Lee Fortson, will present the I Mrs. Jessie Giles, president; Lois.

1959 the close of the school year, their I plaque to the manager of the teen White, vice president; Gladys
17
OCTOBER
SATURDAY
2 Richardson, recording
lunchroom, Mrs. Louise Shorter. secretary,
school na.meWill be engraved on
the / I Mrs.: Shorter was given a beau I Sophie Dai',vkins, financial secre..
iplaque.
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Rainbow Park Elementary was I tiful gift for a wonderful Job she I tary; Agnes Davis, treasurer.The .
monthof had done during her term as, next meeting will be Nov
Dade Lunch Room the first to receive It for the
October. The principal of Rain-' president. I 4 at Phyllis Wheatley.

Broward Personnel MeetsThe

Dade County School Lunch
Personnel Association held its
County monthly meeting at Booker T.
NewsBy M Washington HIgh" School on Oct.

7.The meeting was called to order Now. for YOU !
by the ,president, Mrs Jessie .
Walter Bowe Giles. The theme 'of the meetingwas ,
M "Reaching for a Better Attendance M
I at Dade County School .
Lunch Association's meetings. ;
. Star Light Lodge No. 542 meets The BTW Lunchrocm staff pre- .
new of life '
Friday, Oct. 16, 8 pjn. at the sented the association with a A way
Masonic Hall en Pembroke Road. register and a plaque. The purpose -
All members are asked to be is to keep a record of each for Florida. with
present. Matters of great irn, or- school and the number of people .
tance. Clarence Johnson, 'w.. M., present at each meeting and the .,.f r
Hdrain Ash, secretary. school that has the largest num- .
ber of workers present will keep 3.;

The Ebenezer Baptist Church
Hallandale,. will begin its Men's : natural
Day activities on October 21 and A Proclamation by gas
close Cn the 25th The Mt. Tabor
. The President of .
Baptist Church of Liberty City, -
Rev P. S. Brown, pastor, will
render service on Friday, Oct. Northwestern PTA
23. The Rev. O. W. Foster is pas.
MEMBERSHIP MONTHS
tor of Ebenezer.

Whereas the Northlwestern
Mrs. Ethel Franklin, iwtfe oi Parent-Teacher Association playsa
the Rev. Benjamin Franklin, ,pas. strategic role in child growthand 4* .
tcr of Mt. Olive Church, Kalian. development; ,
dale, gave birth to a 6-lb. 8 ounce And whereas, the membership I.I I.
ba/by/ girl on Sept. 30. Selina Re- cf Northwestern should includeall
nee' brings the number to four -. (parents and adults; and I

one boy and three; girls. Whereas, our eight point pro- .
Pre-Hallowe'en gram is designed to meet the ,
A "Come a* needs and interests of children
Ycu Are Dance" 'will be (given youth andWhereas
Oct. 19 at the Paradise Club of this PTA seeks to .
Liberia! sponsored by the West promote progress and activities ,
Hollywood and 'Hallandale Beau- that will develop between educa-
ticians. W. C. Baker and his band tors and the general public such
'will furnish music. Come out and
united efforts as will secure for
,
have a night of fun. Call Elea every child the highest advantages -
nor's Salon of Beauty, West Hollywood in physical, mental, social
or.Vogue Beauty Shop1 of and spiritual education.
Hallandale for tickets. Donation Now, therefore I, Anthony
$1.00 | Simons, president of Northwestern U'. new

You can act Ivory Harris at Senior Teacher High Association School, do Parent-hereby It's modern, It's exciting I t '

4010 SW lath St., West Hollywoodfor proclaim in October and November -
the Mami Times and The 1959, as Parent-Teacher Association And it's far, far more than a new way to 'f ,
Sun-Tattler. Ralph Clark and Alfred to use energies and efforts heat water or cook food! Yes, used for allit's '' .

Times Dames boys in are this also area.your Miami' to secure the membership of worth, natural gas is not just a new '7 "
all adults that
I I we may cooperatively household fuel but the "open sesame"to : '
work together to providethe
A Musical program will be best homes, schools and com- a whole new way of life!
rendered at Mt. Zion AME Church munities
for quality living and
Sunday, Oct. 18, 3 pm. sponsoredby learning.In So join the smart thousands of Florida

Mrs. Grant. Mildred James, witness whereof I hereunto, homemakers who are learning how .
:reporter. I set to be affixed this ?
mv name
jI I natural gas saves time, saves work,
the 16th day of October, nineteen
Dinners will Ibe sold at the hundred and fifty-nine. saves money. . makes life easier in
home of Mrs. A. 0 Henderson, 7 Remember it's safe clean
Anthony L. Simons, presidentSam big ways ,
24 behalfof
840 SW 25th St., Oct in
the Church Building Fund Rally O. Cohen, principal efficient, dependable. . and above all,

for the fifth Sunday in No- it's fast, fast, fast! You'll speed through
vember. Dinners will be $1.00. SCHOOL TAXELECTION household chores. . have extra leisureto
Call YU 3-2856. Please help us.
NOV. 3 enjoy Florida. enjoy life!

Send items Walter The county-wide election
your news to on
A. Bowe, 4444 SW 17th St., ichool, mlllase for the operation of Sounds wonderful, doesn't it? Well,t ,, .
West iHbllywood. the Dade County Public Schools its wonderful! Please let us prove it. . ._\ r

takes place on Tuesday, November call our office for details. . now!
8. It is important that the citizens -
of our county be Informed
Before The Barber's
concerning this election so that
they mav vote if they are qualified -
Sanitary, CommissionOn to do so.
Vcters: will vote on a ten-mill 4
the matter of the niumber/ of tax for operation and mainte- ,
hours, barbers may work within nance of the schools for the next I
a 24-hour ,period, and the hourof two 'years. This is the same ten I

operation of Barber Shop in mills that was approved In the _...""'...-..._.......""_.... __..." p ...., W&ullt w .x > <
Dade County, Florida. elections of 1955 and 1957 and Is -< < ;.VttfilH>iHVnmTO>ltiiBiyitlilft1
not 'a new or additional tax levy.It .I II
After 66 and two-thirds per- is important that everyone is I
cent of the..certified and registered aware of this fact. State statute I II GAS WAILS MATINGIM -
tth. 4tff M1iUt . N/
barbers in Dad County there > ) r
provides for a .potential of 20 mills P ?
must be a NOmiCE in every bar- i on local taxable, property' operations ? I
ber shop window stating the hoursof Qf the schools. Of this total Ithcseir j / WAYa I
dpening and closing within the of 20 mills, 10 mills may be levied *
24 hour period. bv vote of the citizens each
'Barber's' Sanitary Comm. two years and the remaining mil. a MHTTKR, I2.c..1ThrE5
sage is levied annually by the Ug -
Board of Public Instruction, which
For The Highest in depends upon the requirements of ---"..". ww. the operating budget. has been set
COSMETICSCall at 9 mills for the 1959-60 year. OOI"-I%....CIIIInI... WATWO-
All persons may vote In the biennial .......w,...N.d..ra..ry.Fl Mcknftrt..UMlfN P ;
YUkon 3-5681 millage election who have w"k.vw ncUtt MMM eapa.O m
URr\NDR" been residents of the state for one ........ ,
: vpir and of Dade County for six
Also months, who are ,properly regis-I r
Miami Times Newspaper tered to vote and who pay real CAS INCINIIATOtttMJlrtA-
personal property taxes. u w
MNW.1,..nit.miry,M May thli.

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Class T. L. L. S. S. A THE MIAMI TIMES."The Peoples' Newspaper1' : I II
COED Spanish to I :
II I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, \1959 PAGE 3 Ii
WINS 'PHARMACY be Offered I
OCT. 18

SCHOLARSHIPTALLAHASSEE The.evening division of National Truth of Life and
western High School Spiritualist Science Assoc- .'
that a class in beginning welcomes you to its 17th "\l" ,f, .
Mrs. C. N. will soon open in '' convention. We begin with '" .
Stevens, representative of theWomen's !:
many requests which have mass meeting Sunday, Oct. 18 . .,
Ajxillary' tf the Southeastern out of the community. The o'clock in St. James Baptist ." : ..
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Tri-State Medical, Phar- of the Spanish speaking 323 NW 14th St., maceutical and Dental Society in cur poulation( makes will continue .k : :
we our ses- + :
presented a scholarship in the e
ferinif especially intera !
all week. At the opening
amount of $200 Miss Geraldine
to
Rolle, a Florida A' and M UnI- many job opportunities are' Sunday, the president, 'i
one's ability to
versity pharmacy student from upon James A. Poitier will\ !Wel- a
read Spanish. The '
Miami, at the School of Phanna- delegates and extend
has been obtained has
'behalf of the
assembly recently.Mrs. on assoc
cy program college work in Latin
to all those assembled
Stevens related interesting and his ability with the From Monday to Saturday you I Ii II I
historical facts and current news is that of a native The welcome to listen In on the i
of the auxiliary which is com- meet for three hours per session ds'cussion' and at
posed of the wives of physicians, two nights each week and / \ evening when you will hear
dentists and pharmacists practic- available for the regular / Breakers and receive
ing in West Florida, South Geor- lor registration fee. The association's' Med.
gia, and Southwest Alabama. TheWomen's the office of the evening and Healers will be at the
Auxiliary has contributed school now. Oct. 18 thru the 25th
several thousand dollars in \ 1111111 wl
day and evening session!
scholarships to deserving students Gangerous are looking forward tc i
who exemplify high scholarshipand old and new friends.
who exhibit character worthyof The story of "Ten :
one of the above professions.Two Hell," opening on Sunday 47
scholarships are adminis- Capitol Theatre through Beautiful HomeOn
tered by a scholarship committeeand Artists release, concerns Large Lot 1
most dangerous occupation
are given on a revolving:
basis. Each year, a scholarship Is world-the, defusing of( lot can be a payment<
donated to either a 'pharmacy, ploded blockbuster bombs
mer'cal! cr dental, student whore I on Berlins 'by American this bedroom new 2.
'ide* in Florida, Alabama or ish 'planes during World baths 2-car garage .
Georgia and who matriculate at Since the end of the War
Florida A and M University than 10,000 of these live 5940 N.W. 23rd Avenue .
School of Pharmacy, Howard have been dug up in the
Berlin and defused. Jeff Baron JE 8-1340
University School of Dentistry or
ler, Jack Palance and
Medical
Pharmacy
or Meharry '
College. 'I Cahil (the French star _
Brieittes Barlow) are .
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"Ten Seconds to' Hell. BUSINESS MEN! a a
CLUB WOMEN
You made plant foi \\1

HOLD BOARD Episcopal Retirement! Or for th 1I i I

Dinner HeldThe of Your Busi \

MEETINGThe annual dinner of .. in the event of the In Fine Whiskey. . '

cccpal Churchmen of the of you, your Partnei
Florida Association of Col- Deanery! of the Diocese of your Key Man. You can
ored Women held its annual executive Florida, was held Monday FLEISCHMANN'Sis
'board meeting at Gifford;I the beautiful Bayfront trust this .to luck.
Saturday Oct. 10 with Mrs. itorium.. Approximately :i
Myrtle M Davis of Miami, chair- attended. appointment to dltouM your: BIG I
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man of the board presiding. Mrs. call . the buy
Davis is also a past president of The Rt. Rev. Henry I. IM
Charles
I Vorisek at
of
bishop of the Diocese
FACW. Our (president: Mrs. Al.
Florida the 'principal TU 8.0140Representative
'Was
gernon Bclen of Fort Pierce was

usual also in attendance efficient manner.assisting in Mrs.her delivered on the occasion a masterful. Bishop of the 90 PROOF is why !

the of "The Church
Elizabeth Espy Johnson acted as topic METROPOLITANLife I
of the Church.
Progtam
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recording secretary.The
Also speaking on the
association which is affiliated were George Lewis!, Insurance Co. BLENDED WHISKEY 00 PROOF 60% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS
with the National Association the Diocesan Committee of THE PLEISOHMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION, NEW YORK OITV
of Colored Womes's Clubs, copal 'Churchmen, and -
Inc., consists of 69 clubs throughout -I
Wniiflle, a professional
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the state having over 1.000 1- : i I:; )
members-and planning: -and tw'orking ) I i IU19C1.St. Agnes Church had h'N.I II I

in 1 keeping with" Its motto, I est delegation present : For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
"Lifting as we Climb. ,total of 58. St. Stephens of
There were in attendance rep nut Grove was second
resentatives from each of the Fed. A special motion picture :
erated clubs. The purpose\ of this film was made of the BONDED COLLECTIONAGENCY
meeting was to make plans for while he was delivering
the year's agenda, namely 1. dress The film will be
Theme for the year."2. Furnishing for shoMdrtjs. throughout
a room at National headquartersin cese.
Washington, D. C. 3. Mobilization --j:
of all women of the state to Inc. '
register and vote. 'rice presidents responded
4. Program for their Juniors. fine 'presentation.
Iry
5. Suggestions for the state. Aftera period of ( .
,
meeting ladies of Florida bade \ ., ,
6. Report of scholarship loan. wells until they' meet for I '...11 '' /
fund. ;
convention in St. Peters
The ladies were highly enter- June, 1960. : ;;:;1 ;l
tained by the clubwomen of Gifford : "Courteous service is our motto at . \: 1 ;
who served a delicious luncheon I '.'"
at Gifford IIlgh cafeteria. .
The session was held in the auditorium ARMSTRONG : BONDED COLLECTION AGENCY c. ;.. k
with other rooms provided MANOR HOMES : :
for committee meetings Mrs. We strive always to please our tenants and .
Lillie Mae Minnis, chairman of Call Ora D. : '
htesi committee, presented Mrs. Reg. Real Estate : client*."-Mi.s 'Moye. '
Bokn with a gift from the club CE 5-4246 ,' -'
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women rvf Gifford. Mrs. Pauline 'J..:'4.A " ;d .
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FACILITIES AT ,LIBERTY SQUAREThe

Housing Authority of the City of Miami dedicated -
some new facilities at the Liberty Square Project on YOUR MORTGAGE

Sunday afternoon, October 4. PAYMENTSAre
Remodelling of the management office and equip-

ping it with new desks and chairs; furnishing the confer- I Iy Too High!
library.ence room; the activity room for Senior Citizens; a larger _

Atty. Henry Arringiton, a member pf the Housing I You are getting behind, you

Authority Board, presided need some extra cash now I

The program opened with the National Anthem by TAYLOR can get you lower
the Northwestern Senior High School chorus.
The invocation was said by the Rev. P. S. Brown of payments, cash now, and

Mt. Tabor Baptist Church. help make your payments

The Hon. Robert King High, Mayor of Miami, made for you. . .
the dedication remarks. He was introduced by former I, I
Mayor, Abe AronVvitz. -! Phone FR 9-1703

J. Mark\ Stanley Jr., chairman of the Board of Com-

missioners of the' Housing Authority, introduced the "'.....""'. "".. J. R. TAYLOR
platform guests: Housing Commissioners, Martin Fine,
Stuart Morrison; vice chairman Haley E. Sofge, directorof Alfredo Spence Post No. 182 American Legion presents Licensed Mortgage Broker

Housing Authority ; Miss Olive Alexander, executive: the Rev. C. L. Franklin, pastor of the New Bethel:

secretary of James E. Scott Community Association; ;H. Baptist Church, Detroit, Mich. Sunday, Oct. 25, 2:30: p.m.
M. Jackson, Racial Relations Officer and the Rev. Mr. at ;the Dinner Key I Auditorium. Accompanying Rev.
Holloman. Franklin will be his 16-year-old daughter, Aretha, Miss

Other items on the program were a musical selectionby Sammie Bryant, The Midget, The Highway QC's and The Only $895 DownNew

Golden Ager Mme. Helena Sifontes; remarks by Dr. Swan Silvertone Singers. Local guests, The Southern NW 56th st. area. Very nice
Trumpets. Mr. Arthur Baker, post commander. 2-bedroom home with Florida
Frank B. Sears; selections by Dorsey Junior High School room. Could be used as third
Choir and the Northwestern Chorus and benediction 'by bedroom, extra utility room on

:the Rev Aaron Hall of Ebqnezer M. Church. Infant and chip! care, .......................;..................*. 331,9'l1Youth large lot: near bus. and schools.

Following the program' Eugene Kemp, manager of Services ..................................:...............,....... 601,098( Call now
the Liberty Square Housing Project, was presented-a golden Welfare Planning and Special Services ................ 204,783

cup for having raised the highest percentage above Campaign Costs ........,..,............................ 4.3% 138,750 Day Nursery
quota in the 1959 United Fund Campaign, of any regional Year Round Administration .................... 1.4% 46,250 New NW area. Fully equippedand
to Two homes and
director. Contingent Reserve ................................................ 150,000 garage ready, 4 nice go.lots, completely
Haley Sofge, director of the Housing Authority was 1959 United Fund Allocations ............:........... $3,233,824 furnished. Price and terms low.
commended for the constant progress that is being made Call NOW.

in the operation of the authority. I INTEGRATION IN SCHOOLS

Mr. Kemp introduced his staff and stated ,that with'
Lade Orchard VillaI
County, the leading county In the state has in-
their wholehearted could have
cooperation nothing
out tegrated two of its schools. One near the Homestead Air have. three very nice homes
been accomplished. They hope to make Liberty Squareone Base and the other in Miami near the pew school, 2 and 3 '
of the beat. projects in the United States. bedrooms, priced to sell on low
The school the airbase has 21 Negro students.
Other near terms. Call now.
improvements under Mr. Kemp's administra.I
The Orchard Villa has five whites. Orchard
Elementary
tion include constructing .a storage room and maintenance Call E.
II Harry DennyPL
Villa opened with 14 white students and four Negro stu-
department; constructing 29 trash bins throughout the
dents. Certainly this school with a capacity for 450 child- .
project; overhauling electrical distribution system; :and 7.8250
ren could not be kept open with 18. Consequently' the
installing several street lights.
,
school board decided LOWRIE REALTY
'to send' -379 students from Holmes
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Katz gave appropriate furniturefor
Elementary School where double sessions were held. They TU 7.1536 '
the Senior Citizens Room. "
also removed! the white principal and his three teachers
1112 Palm Ave. HIaleah
The Miami Times is outfitting the First Aid Stationin ,
nnd sent Mrs. Clora Pearsall, principal of the :Dunbar
the Golden Agers recreation room
Elementary School to Orchard Villa The first
day one
Kemp leaves on Saturday for Cincinnatti to attend
: white child went to this school
the'second day four. ,
the meeting 'of the National Housing Authority '
There was a lot bf publicity about these changes, .
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TAMPA SEEKS 5,000 NAACP MEMBERS and of course, plenty of talk In and out of the city.

Sunday, October 18 the Tampa Branch of the According io reports these white children are quite

NAACP opens a drive for 5,000 new members and $10. satisfied and everything is moving smoothly. Whetherthe
000 in cash. number of whites will increase or not remains: to be

. seen..
The principal speaker will be Dr. John M. Morsel],
assistant to Roy Wilkins at ;the national office. Tne Rev So Dade has integration in its public schools. It's what
some call an experiment, but at least it is more than has
A. E. Lowry is state; president of the Tampa branch, the
largest in Florida. He hopes ,to reach his goal in this' drive. been done in any other city jn the state and probably 4 ,
there will be some integration of
The state conference of the NAACP will be held in schools. at some our other white PROUDLY

Pensacola on October 22. The Rev. Edward T. Graham,
pastor of Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Miami, \vjjl!1 deliver, The school Board has denied admission of 11, Negroesto ,PRESENTS
the annual some white, schools, both high and elementary \
message on Thursday morning, ll'a.m.
In the evening a mass meeting wilj, be held with The NAACP: expects to contest this decision. '' '

Bishop Sherman L. Green, presiding and the Rev. C, K. Dade County School Board deserves some credit for THE
Steele, speaker.Friday the start made in integrating the schools. Let us hope
I other cities in the state like Jacksonville
, Tampa, West, "JACKIEROBINSON
evening, speakers include Atty. John Bolt Cul-
Palm Beach, Orlando, Daytona Beach and Pensacola will ., .
benton of Greenvile
SC.: ; Atty. Arthur D. Shores, of
follow Dade County's example and begin
Birmingham, Ala. nnd the Rev, A. L. Lowry. integrating their
schools in accordance, with the Supreme Court's decision.

THE UNITED FUND f'" SHOW"
The United Fund 1960 campaign will soon get into ft.r .
full swing. WHY 'PAY RENTWhen SUNDAY 5 P.M.

This is the fund everybody who can should contributeto.
you can buy this two bedroom CBS home for only $395 .
Last weekend this organization released some very interesting down and pay balance at $75 p4r> month. Move In With down 0 "t/If!
statistics compiled by Jheir auditors. payment NO CLOSING COSTS OR ANYTHING.OR .
Just think that one of every four men, women and

children in Dade County benefits directly from this fund. Will trade for another house or'I t 1220 :
The audit does not give the number who benefits indi-
rectly, but they are many. See 2741 N.W. 44th Street 1.

During 1959 the fund shows the following allocations: LANDRY REALTY On Your Dial.

Medical and Health services $ 513,270 6268 S.W. 8th Street Evenings MO 7.2570 ..,6"11,',,." ...,'...,....' r.
The Aged and Handicapped .,. 167,845 MO 7-4936 .

Families and Individuals in .,. ... ..
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Alpng FreedoniR ;d I To MeetThe I SATURDAY OCTOBER 17, 1959 PAGE 6

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Miami-Tuskegee
By RUTH PERRY
. held its first meeting of the year
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Alfred Baker ,Ldvris is a longtime that there is a psychological reason. -l home af Mrs Rosa Lse l'Brady. ,
member of' the' 'NAA P's Many southern whites have j 7 NW llth st.
national (board and has been its asserted and apparently honestly This will be ,a most important '
treasurer fcr: the past three year;. believe that they know "their ,meeting. All members are urgedto AKA 'S6r.ority 'J
He- is a graduate of the Univer- niggers." Suddenly they find that be present and on time.J r
sity;of Pennsylvania. In the Oct.7iIm.re "'tneir niggers" have become Negroes Carl Capers, president
"of the Christian Century, with minds of their own, Presents a
an undenominational: weekly I bent on winning for themselvesand PHYLLIS WHEATLEYUnder Benefit Performance
magazineMr. Lewis,n.. the author i their children all the rights
of an article entitled. :, "Is the I that other citizens enjoy, includ- the leader.'hio of our astute -
NAACP: Communist ' I ing especially an end to discrimination i- and energetic! principal, Mrs.E. I of the
based on race. The white Espy Johnsn, the first month .
HERE ARE THE FACTSIn supremacists: have to Justify to I of school has passed smoothly ands j I i '" ,
m-onselves their big mistake about :) very quickly including thep II "
the North as well as the knowing "their niggers." What : planning' : period. I EBONYla4aG4t.1
South some sber-minded people better way could ibe than to say : Many favorable. : changes have
still believe that the NAACP is that they had been led astray by been made in the curriculum organization !
'Subversive.' :Some of these sulb the communists? Lf the Supreme this term. The following -
versive charges can ,be discounted Court or political and social new teachers have Joined our !
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right Bin ay, because the people leaders in other part of the coun- f'culty fam'lv' this year: Franklin !
who make them are generally the try say the Negro's demands are P. Bseckivilh: Mrs. AlberthaJ.
same people who charge that the : Justified then they too are com- Caldwell M''!s Evelyn Davis, 3
United States Supreme Court is munists. ; Miss Floredda Gainey, Mrs. Doris -
under communist influence also, Laui"hlln, Miss Emma Peterson, 1alft -
We can say that most of these ATTORNEY GENERAL COOK Oliver Spicer. I
charges are motivated j by the fact Frank' Jones is the faculty -
this is _
that the 'NAACP has been -working Scone of ropaganda chairman who succeeded Mrs L.
knowingly false. For example, thoso. E. Thomas of DADE COUNTY
vigorously for an end to racially last term. We are
segregated schools and has -called "Attorney" General'sSWbverslve very happy to have Mrs. Hilda "
usually been successful in court List, drawn up and Davis Harrell return to us after AUDITORIUM .
action to advance this cause. published by the U.S. attorney her maternity absence. We are
However in some cases, the general in accordance with the also glad to see Mrs. Ruth Williams See the latest fashion for
directive of the Smith act named
charge is made by sober-minded as our attendance clerk. men and women around
individuals and for this reason Jurt about every organization, Our PTA met on Thurs- the world
Mr. Lewis has written this article. whether still in existence or not day evening, Oct. 8. Many of the
that the communist had ever con- homes
were represented with a
Sunday Oct. 18
The communists have ,undoubt- trolled. When Eugene Cook, at- capacity crowd of parents pres- ,
edly tried to infiltrate and weaken t.rney general of Georgia since ent. The following officers were 4:00 p.m.
the NAACP during the past, 1945, spoke at Yale University a elected for the term 1959-60: Ar.
usually by creating "fellow- tow years ago he stated flatly nold Taylor president; Mrs. Na- I Ebony's most beautiful
traveler" organizations\ with no that the NACCP Was on the "At" emi Adams, vice .president; Mrs. models will feature all the
known communists in the lime- : torney General's Subversive List. Mildred Valley, secretary; Mrs.
Michael Lane then head of the new looks from Paris and
light, but \with some of them I. Mirlqm Strachan, assistant; Miss
working behind the NAACP student council at Yale, Hattie Brace, Rome. '
scenes controlling corresponding secretary 'I'I'I
these various organiza- .: challenged this statement Mr. ; Mrs. L. E. Thomas, chap-I ''I
tions. Mr. Lewis goes cn to say I. Cook replied that he (Cook) was lan! ; Mrs Barbara Kee treasurer
that as soon as the leaders and I an attorney general and that so ''cng with chairman of committees II
wide-awake members of the I far as he was concerned the I 'Ti
NAACP realized this they began': NAACP was subversive! The only I
aruuer to calumny of this kindis
a campaign' to put the members ,
on guard against these tactics. I to keep declaring. the facts. Do Yourself A Big favor I P I
This campaign' of enldghtment, I
sparked largely by Roy Wilkins, I REGISTER TO VOTE I
now the executive secretary of
the NAACP, resulted in the as-I 116 W. Flagler Street I f
sociation's adopting at its annual I
conventdcn in Boston in 1950 a At "u..a:....': -'l.w.a.
resolution which declared that Ii

those who follow the communist Beautiful Home on i ,, .. .
line cannot (be members of the Your Lot c'" l',.- .., ..'.-., '," '.c.. !.f'. '''' .., ,41. II III
NAACP. I I

THE PRESENT SITUATIONAt s a7re tac : YOU ASKED FOR IT! \\11

1 So here it is-A full ONE YEAR
present no known membersof _
the Communist arty are ?'W fLi. AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE

members anti-communist of the policy NAACP.has been This r Policy for most people with only

strengthened by calling on the I $15 DOWN PAYMENT
local branches not to accept help Complett building .rvie.
frcm cr give help to the small I I
minority of communistcontrolledunions PLANNING SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY M
which have been kicked)
out of the CIO for following the o. DUILDINO 645 N.W. 36th St. 27th Ave. Farmers' MarketPL
communist line. I FINANCING 9.5284 NA 4.1811
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Your New Home

The one acid test of the Com '14 tilft Q. u y t ...:ft"J4t _...
munist arty in the U. S. is it REPAIRINGREMODELING.
relation to. Russia's foreign pollJ J| o
cy. Thus Russia and the . RENOVATING II
communists opposed the Marshall Tile Finp ArtsConservatory
plan under which our govern-) Over Twenty Years of
ment advanced billions of dollarsto .. I
Dr. IL Sweeting is shown Construction Experience
help put the countries ofwestern
Eurqe on their economic wearing the $2,500 cape which he I Guaranteed, fratoefactlen
feet after Wcrld War II. Wal- wore to the wedding and recep-
ter White the then national sec- tion at the Waldorf Astoria inNd. g 9QaaQpaoaDa
oct his brother
City ,
retary, supported the Marshall York PIANO VOICE MUSIC THEORY
Dr. Anthony George. He is now
plan and the association's board
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back home in Ft. Lauderdale.
of directors endorsed his stand. MODERN JAZZ DANCING AND .
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The charge that the NAACP is CLASSICAL BALLET ?
communist or subversive is there Don't Fret Fight! 1121 N.W. 29th Street
fore clearly contrary to the facts. Miami Excellent Woodwind Department under
Why is it still so widely made?
Mr. Lewis suggests in his article Join The NAACP .. 1 Mr. Albert Edelman

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DAYTONA BEACH The THE MIAMI TIMEb-"The Peoples' Newspaper" .

Bethune-Cookman College Wild- PAGE 6 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1959 I
touchdown
cats scored a first period Sacrifice
before 5,000 Homecoming Builders
fans and made it stand up :for an
8-6 win over the strong Morris Prep Football Scores Northwestern Downs
Brown College Wolverines of Atlanta

Ga., here today at Welcn Middleton 6-DI Hard 6 Mays 25-6 NEW DUPLEX2Bedrooms
Memorial Stadium. With less ,
Lincoln Mem. 28-Booker 6
than five minutes ,gone in the
first quarter Donnell Burke, first Blake 7-BT Washington 0 Coming from behind and .tak-
string quarterback' ,passed 30 I Dunnellon ,3-Wachulla 13 ing advantage of a number ol Each Side
Northwestern 25-Mays 6
yards to freshman end Horace breaks the Northwestern High
Dove of Fernandina, for the first Union Academy 13-Rochell 0 School Bulls defeated the Mays
score. I I Carver 19-Campbell St. 6 High Rams cf Goulds, 25-6 Fri ORCHARD VILLA

After Earl Sykes, captain of the Where They Play Oct. 16 day night at Miami Stadium.
Wildcats, ran for the extra two The Rams Jumped into the
points the ball was over for the BTW at Dillard scoring first in the opening period
Wolverines.The M Iddl ton at Lakeland when Fullback Frank Woods See 1574 R.W.5UlhSt.
second quarter was played Mays at Belle Blade plunged over the goal line from
in the Wolverines territory Glbbs at Blake ((17th) the 1 yard line climaxing a drive
with Sophomore quarterback. Booker High at Pinedas High that covered 81 yards. The try for
Adoltphus Grisby of Arcadia, run Marshall at Lake Wales ((17)) point was no good. IDEAL FOR TWO FAMILIES

the team like The
ning a pro.
knotted the V
Northwestern score
BIG 9" STANDINGS
Wildcats made repeated thrusts
"* second when Open All Day SaturdayBLACKSTONE
at the Wolverines goal line onlyto Carver early in the quarter,
be turned back by ,penalties.The Conference A Games Fullback Bobby Felts ploughedover
\savage line of the Bethune- W L T 'Pet W L T Pet. from the two ending a 55 o:>>
Cookman team caused the Morris 200 1.000 300 1.000 yard drive. The point was missed.
The Bulls took the lead later in
Howard Blake
Brawn team to kick repeatedlyon REALTY Inc.
third down. 300 1.000 400 1.000 the same period on a 6-yard pass ,
Northwestern from McArthur Pratt to Halfback
Aided bad call on
toy a pass
interference in the fourth quar- 2 1 1 .625 2 1 1' .625 Marion Patterson. Again the attempted '5908-N.W. 7th Ave. PL 8-7407
ter, the Wolverines drove to the Mlddleton conversion was missed.
Wildcats 13 from 'Where Andrew 1 1 2 .667 1 1 2 .667. Northwestern added two insur- _........_. - -
threw 7 yards to Donald B.T. Washington
Plnkney the final]
ance touchdowns in
1 1 0 .501 2 1 0 .667
Cambridge of Miami for six stanza, one a 1-yard plunge by < C>C>'<2x<><><><
points. A successful running play 1 2 0 .333 Mays 220 .508 Halfback Willie Howard and another !
by the Wolverines for the extra Jones on a 13-yard pass from : FOOTBALL! FOOTBALL
point was nullified when a Mor-
Bethel.
1 2 0 .333 1 2 0 .333 Pratt to Jeftend Josephus
ris Brown detected
player was The same combination add-
pass
holding.line was, A no try good from the 17 yard I 0 2 1 .167 Dillard 021 .167 ed down.the ,point? after the third touch- 5th Annual Fk Classic

Blanche
The halftime show was stagedby Ely
the New Stanton High School 0 1 0 .000 1 1 0 .16

Homecoming Band from queen Jacksonville., Lillie Black The., 020 North.000 Dade 1 2 0 .333 Night Teachers Talent : THE BETHUNE.(/ COOKMAN WILDCATS/

frcm Quincy and her court along Roosevelt
with Miss BCC and her court 0 0 0 .000 000 .000
Glbbs The faculty of J. R. E. Lee VS. -
well received by the
were homecoming crowd. gay ..0..0..0..000 .... 120.333 I Elementary School in South Miami -

'Bethune Oookman 'Is pointingfor I is presenting. its annual] THE FLORIDA A. & M. RATTLERS
a strong record when they Miami Woman Wins Teacher's Talent Night on Friday I
Oct. 23 at 8
p.m.
meet the Rattlers from FloridaA
and M University in the Gator PrizesMiss You are invited to come out IN THE GAME OF THE ;YEAR
24 Fishing and see all the teachers in action
Bowl in Jacksonville on Oct.
with various comical readings, Featuring The
Antoinette Blatch, formerly singing, acrobatics, dancing girls,
Blake Squeaks by of Hollywood and now of 1443 too dancing, magic tricks and I FAMED FAMU AND.B.C.C. MARCHING BANDS
BTW 7-0 NW 5th err., Miami, has partici- many other interesting activities.The .
pated in the annual .fishing tour- admission: Adults 50 cents,
A pass inters t>''tion late in the nament sponsored by Bimini Pro children 25 cents. Ocme early and I Saturday Night; Oct. 24 8 p.m.
final period, resulted in a 7-C gressive Sporting Club, duringthe get a good seat. Remember. Fri-
victory for Howard Blake of years I of) 1957-1959. day, October 23 at 8 p/n.
'The .Gator:Bowl Jacksonville Fla.
Tampa'over the Booker T. Wash Miss Blatch won four (prizes in ___, ,
ington High School Tornadoes i I the year of 1957. These prizes Include Box Seat( $3.50 General Admission $2.50;
Saturday night at Dorsey Park. HOUSE FOR SALE
: a five pound note, a two 1
Left end Ralph Dry of Blake I pound note, an over-night case, Mall erdtre for tickets will be accepted after October 12 by

intercepted one of BTW's passeson and a trophy. In 1959 she won the Bunche Park 1 Paul Hyde, Business; .Manager, Bethune-Cookman College, Day.
the midfield stripe and ran 50 first prize a lovely' bronze tro-i I tona Beach, Florida; H. Partridge, Business Manager, Florida
yards for the only touchdown of
the contest. Halfbback Archie phy. Lovely 3-bedroom house I A-tnd 'M University, Tallahassee, Florida. .

Colebrook added the point. Miss Blatoh wishes to take this Large landscaped lot I Ticket on ale after October 12 at the following Jacksonville
nicely
The first three ,periods of the method of thanking aU of her location
I : Myrtle Avenue Hosiery Store, 2212 Myrtle Ave.,
game saw the ball move up and fine friends in Bimini who help-
down the field with both teams ed to make her stay a very pleas- $89.50 per monthN. MWa Kitchen, 1235 Kings Road, Brlnkley's Place, 1200 13th

threatening. ant and enjoyable one. She especially I St., Kozy Korner, Davis at Eighth, Hollywood Music 'Store, 605
:Howard Blake is undefeated so wishes to thank Captain Lentin Ashley St., Cohen jBrothers, St. James Boulevard, Harry Finkle.
far this season and this was Bersel Cox and his entire crew REALTOR !
BTW's loss, following two victor- for their many kindnesses. Again, stein Co,,. 633 W. Bay 8t,, and Tourist Bureau, Hemming Park

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"the Peoples' Nempaper"

THE PIGSKIN HUDDLE I
SATURDAY OCTOBER 17, 1959 PAGE'7PUNPHUN


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PRAIRIE VIEW, SOUTHERN will be Jackson over Alcorn, batter Florida Nand I, Lane will .
FAMU RATED TOP TEAMS Bi.*hop over Paul Quinn and Jar- squeak by Rust, Livingstone will 4 side, west and suicide.
vis over Coahoma. upset South Carolina Trade. An opportunist is a fellow /who
THIS WEEK'S GAMES (Oct. 17)) In other games Tougaloo will Prediction Record for the sea- if, he's all thumbs, goes hltchln.
Alabama A&M at Xavier upset Philander Smith, Norfolk son: 29 right 10 wrong and three Judging from the building activity -
Morris Brown at Fla. A and M State will taj: Voorhees, Albany ties for .743 /without ties; and My I'HIL OSSOF'rltSENSE along Biscayne Bay, Miami
Hampton at Fayetteville I State will tip Paine, Claglin will .726 with ties. must be getting too big for its

Alcorn at Jackson 1..:. t::. t.Ct _QJ.I. =I ra; ...:.taTaTa = H ............ bridges.TROUBLED. .
Virginia Union at Lincoln (Pa.) AND NONSENSE
Philander Smith at Tougaloo ,
Tenn. St. at South Carolina St. SEE IN STARS The Importance of being levelheaded :!
the level for
Norfolk State at Voorhees depends on TOOTH I
Ahich! you are headed.
Albany State at Paine eurleie Ire
Arkansas AM&N at Southern -- ;- t.Q -""' ""'R"7 g Sincerity is the basis for all ACNE 1oei leiii I II
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Bishop at Paul Quinn r0e "
true human relatiohshlps. ondw uses ernPUSte I
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Florida N&l at Claflin NEW YORK (ONS) Lenaat ing a famous Englshman. He was I, 0 M You em ItauundN I II
Dillard at Flsk the Savoy . A wow. Four I too close in appearance to the A dictatorship is a governmentof
Tuskegee at Knoxvllle year. was', a long time for the real person. the people by other people I for tlvrNIH Urt, ,"linut ORAJEL I II
S. C. Trade at LivingstoneSt. management of the Savoy Hotel who have no regard for the
Paul's at St. Augustine nightclub to wait for, standingrounonly.bupsiness RECORD 2,824 people., I I
Central State at Kentucky State which only
Wiley .at Grambllng- our Lena Horne could give them. ENROLLEDATFAMU Do people get set in their ways
? LOVE?
when they old, do they get
net or
(Shreveport, La.) But they finally got it when Miss
Morgan .Howard; Horne returned triumphantly and old when. they get set in their I MONEY PROBLEMS?
Lincoln (Mo.) at Loras set all London aglow /with her TALLHASSEE A record enrollment ways? I'll help. Solution available
Maryland State at ;,N.C. College fabulous figure gown and per- cf 2,824 students have Racial segregation . the If Instructions followed.
Shaw at Elizabeth City sonality . And to top it off, the enrolled at Florida A and M University South's shortcoming that is long Strictly personal'
Texas Southern at Prairie View arrangements and orchestrationsdone for the fall semester of gcing. I
(Dallas I Tev., Oct. 19)) by her husband, Lennie the 1959-60 school term JOHN WAMSTEKEfc
Fort Valleye at Allen Ray ten, !were sutreb and that The new mark surpassed the You can be a clock watcher and Dept. 15
Alabama State at Morehouse only added to her glory . Open- old record, figure of 2,748 set dur- prosper . be a timekeeperTo Box 10, Ottery, Cape
Benedict at .Bethune Cookman ing night was a glitter of every ing the first semester of last year
Bluefleld/ West 76 students.' the pedestrian, Northwest South Africa I
at Va. State dream come true for thE star as by .
7th has three sides
Delaware State at J. C. Smith she entertained English royalty, The figures were released recently ave. east
Coahoma at Jarvis members of Parliament and titled ,by E. M. Thorpe, director ,
Rust at Lane (Memphis) 10 terna tonalists. of admissions and.records.
The new enrollment figure
TOP TEAMS TO HAVE Singing such favorites as "New shows that Florida A and M has PIANO SICK ?
BIG TESTS Fangled Tango," "From This 1,402 670 males and 732 females -
This week, the Huddle makesits Moment On" and "I Love >*> students, living on the p
Love", in her Intimate way Lena campus. The total number of city
SEE WM.
first rating of teams for the PINDER Sr. I
1959 !football season. Top rankedIs proved to be a great American students is 1,422, 784 males and ,
attraction. Wearing skin-tight 638 females.
defending national champions, FOR PROFESSIONAL PIANO A
the Prairie View Panthers. Prairie gowns and her hair in a new sleek 1
View .will play the first of< two- coUture threat trouble, Lena which seemed plagued over her her Big Variety Showat AND ORGAN SERVICES N| ')
straight Monday classics in Dal-
las, Tex., next Monday against right. up until curtain time. Northwestern 1935 N.W. 153rd St.

Texas Southern: TSU is not in the The 1959 Northwestern) Variety SERVICE
baker's dozen, but should be Whenever there's, a party on Show presents Blanche Calloway MU 8-3770
there. Prairie View will win by :Sammy Davis Jr., is the gu y to I of radio station WFEC and Dizzy''
two touchdowns. Invite for he's the life of any Jcnes and his band with such , , ,
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Second rated are the Southern party and he proved this point at groups as the Del-Tones. The -
Jaguar Cats. Southern should not Rock Hudson's Big Party on TV Nassau Ordinals, The Dancing'
have much trouble with Arkansas where he wailed with dancing, Dolls, Northwestern Swing Band
AM&N. The Florida A and M singing Impersonating. and ,plain and many, many others. I
Rattlers are third. They face a ad-libbing throughout 90 minutes.As This second annual event wlllj DRIVER'S LICENSE !
rugged battle with Morris Brown, always, Sammy just had -to take place Tuesday night Oct. 20
ranked 10th. The Purple Wolver- talk about Frank Sinatra although at 8 p.m. in the Northwestern
ines have a strong 11, 'but the you'd think he had Senior High School auditorium. BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONEO'BERRY'S
cdds are against them in Talla- enough of that, and ended up Admissions will be 35 cents for
hassee, Fla. The Rattlers /will singing "All The Way" a la Sina- advance tickets and 50 cents at

win.Tennessee tra. the door ,
State rates fourth.
The Tigers will visit South Caro-
ARMSTRONG MAGIC CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
lina State, weaker than usual this: Dorothy Dandridge showed
season. Tennessee State will win brains as well as beauty on Peter MANOR HOMES \
The A and T Aggies, ranked 5th Fetter's "Juke Box Jury" (programin : Call Ora D. TaylorReg. FR 4.7756
will be homecoming hosts to the ,picking hits and misses from 1453 N.W. 6th Avenue
Maryland State Hawks, rated latest recordings . Along cro-I l Real Estate Broker
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the. CIAA champion.. _Thexiuaaie by? Jo Stafford: and Theresa .
.u SUCKS wan A ana T defending Brewer . ana nearly always
kingpin they atjreed on whether they likedor I

Tigers Grambling are is hosts rated to sixth.Wiley The in Frankie disliked Lane's a newest record.-One"Rock-of I ; 'S: :''" : :: : . ;:.::...':',. ......:..::;.:.,. ::.>,;.;..:.....".':,:'"''':':.'''.:'..::01'..:,.:, .
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Shreveport, La. Wiley is rated ;.ng Mama" was voted down when' : .. .
12th. Grambling will (win. all agreed Frankie was a greats I'I #.t. ; : ,:
Rounding out the baker's doz- singer, but they felt even he did ., c4wI!% I J1 4) :
en are Lincoln (Mo.), Virginia not like. Also judged were Billy I / .
State, North Carolina College and Eckstlne's "Like Wow" and Earl : :
Morgan. Coming close are Allen, Grant's "All For The Best,"
Clark, Fort Valley and TSU. both which the jury liked. I
Lincoln (Mo.) will be in an i
interracial tilt against Loras, and .
will win. Virginia State and NCC Nina Simcne at .the Showboatin gt
will clash in another crucial CIAA Phlliy for 2 weeks . She's !
entanglement. Virginia State will the girl who warbles "Porgy" so
eke by to remain in contentionfor veil it's selling records by the (
the championship. 'housands. Earl Bostic is up at '
In Ether CIAA contests, Hampton Popes in Philadelphia this week 41 '
will stop Fayeteville, Morgan -carmen McRae goes in later h
will rock Howard, Virginia Union this month, followed by the The
will strangle Lincoln (Pa.), Shaw Trennlers. :;:
will upset Elizabeth City, and St. ahwi1v1Mi
Augustine will mangle St. Paul's. Duke Ellington has a new album :
West Virginia State will stop for Victor: "At His Very
Bluefiekl in a bitter intrastate Best" it includes the original Ii
feud. Johnson C. Smith will rip recorded version of "Black, ..-
Delaware State. Brown and Beige,'' Oosverto for
Fcrt Valley and Allen will Cootie, Across The Track Blues iNi''
fight it out in an SIAC contest and many other oldies of the 1
with Fort Valley rating the nod. '40's. %<;q; 9ctienkq
Also In the SIAC, it will be
Xavier over Alabama A and M %
Alabama State over Morehuose Cab Calloway gave the Copper / i y
Door where he's currently j 1
Benedict over Bethune-Ooofcman _
and Tuskegee over Knoxville. playing a big plug on the Mike A (#4 k
Dillard will take Fisk. Wallace Interview but the ?
Central State rrtlll/ edje Ken- club's manager didn't fare so well ,
tucky State in a Midwestern when he hated to appear on "To /, :
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Around ttIa. Sunday, October 25 marks tho } ....va1''A'..
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which is one of the highLights of .
by DAVE (Mr. Owing) BONDU 1
cur yearly calendar of events.

/NN...N.NN..N..N..N.NNNN.IN.N.NNNNN.NN.YM..NNTHIS j '. The' various committees, under !
MON. TUES.
WEEK our column It v the leadership of Mrs. Margaret FRI. SAT. SUN .

dedicated to one word and thatis le.flt.P.JicElT1an Carey, general chairman, are .
"Togetherness." What does it '" .<. w,_rklni, to make this day a huge
mean? It means, according to success.
Mr. Webster, "in or into one of the Week; James AtOM prw*...tnetHm taufoutnlAt ,
company, group, mass or) ,place; as Farrington. Our main objective is to warn .eis MM,*.MpCflMf (
gathered together . in or into n's advance through Christian 1 CARY GRANT
one contact: to collision with each MILDRED HOLMES, a fine education
Hair WeeVntechnlclan, tells of the EVA MARIE SAINT A
other as tc live together, to rush The featured speaker of the
LC'.ether, by combined action or trick that was played on her. day will be Mrs. Brilla I* Thomas 1 JAMES MASON 1
Seems that two sisters came to
effort; as together they lilted the
Lt! Ja'konv111e.' This vibrant persona h AUTO)HITCHCOCK'SWRTH $
her ,for a hair iweev job. After
safe. In or into agreement, har- :ity is enthusiastic
about
so
starting, was told to stop for an BY NORTHWEST'KCHNCOIOX
mony; as to get together on a
manv things In church and
plan." hour. An hour later, the sister community lit YldOVllos '
I I acne bjick ana said that her hus- I i -JalllIOnI LAIIIII '
New let's break that down. It band had pulled out her hair and A former student of Booker T. ? oLhl
all simply means that we should i to please start over again. This Washington High in Miami Mrs.
be together on plans; in help for I! happened again 15 minutes later, Thomas matriculated in the following -
each other, in care for each oth .I and finally the hair weev job colleges and universities: :
er. A few nights ago,, I had a talk' was done. Two of them, that is Edward Waters College, Fla. Industrial i
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with Sgt. Leroy Smith, and he' . the sisters were twins. Ho\v-| College, Florida A and
has a project in mind to start a1 I Ieoy ever, Mildred got paid for both M. University and Hampton Institute "THE SAD HORSE"A
Scout troop. Sgt. Smith jobs for when she finished with She holds a B.S. and M.
needs the help of the people, and one sister, the other was only A. degrees in educaton. A
this would be a beginning of the half done Anyway, it worked out of Grants. Memorial member AME- picture for the whole family '
togetherness that we could show*I well and everybody got a big Church, district president of
in helping; him get this serviceto laugh out of it. W.man's Home Mission
our youngsters started. and Society, CHILL WILLS DAVID LADD
has been supervisor of Negro
schools of Leon County for 13
OFFICIALS of the Navy Informed If you're having trouble find- years, served as chairman for
the University of Miami ing all the latest record albums several years ci the FSTA Dept.
early this summer that if there is by your favorite artists, stop in at of Supervisors. .
a segregated audience at their the new Variety Record Shop,
game, they will cancel the game. 1112 NW 3rd ave. in the Miami We feel l that you are in for a
So if you should go to the Orange Times offce. They are loaded treat if you come and join us in STARTS THURSDAY
Bowl tonight, sit where you with everything. worship. .
please. If you are told you cannotsit
where you please, inform any --
official of the Navy team.
AIR CONDITIONED
WENT In the Sir John Restaurant
+ the other afternoon and two
TO THE MAN and wife who BUNCHE
I(waitresses were trying to help a
first ,played the- Granada Golf Cuban fellow say "shrimps." Sez
Course, may I say thanks to you ,one waitress, "Swimps, fool, SPA LOC \A
for opening another golf course. swamps" . How about Nat I SUN. THRU WED.
That now brings us to five and futamlun' asking Chuck Smith Mighty story of the world's
puts our city.as leader in the and I if we knew what the "T" I strongest man
south for good players. Soon there in Booker T. Washington's name
"Hercules"Starring
will be another course on LeJeune stands for. How many cf us know ,
Road. I was Jold that since Negroes that? If you don't know, then Steve Reeves
,play everyday, it has help- you will know how Chuck and I Plus
ed to increase the take! at the felt not being able to answer. 'Gunmen From Laredo' f
courses. See, when we only played Yes, we know now, and out of with Robert Knapp
cue day a week only 25 or 36
ten people that we called on Both features In color
fees were paid then when the Thursday, only one knew. Mayme .Lr
t4f
everday plan came along the}' knew, of course, and said she bet "I f
have jumped to 125 and 130 which
you didn't know we have*a "Ne-
goes to show you that no one I gro National Anthem." I'll give ft
should cut off their nose to spite you the answer in next week's Air Conditioned
their face. Of course, it is not I column, but in the meantime ask CAPITOLTHEATRE rii

but the just fault one of of the those course things officials that! your friends if they know. .....'--'-'-' ....,....,....
I Till then, live life every golden -
exist among so many other I minute. of it. Peace. HURT'IHcAsffR
things. Well, in the eight years I'' SAT. MIDNITE '
have been in Miami we have at, SUN., MON., TUES.
least moved from third class citi- Oct. 18 19 20 _
zens to 2% class citizens, and one DAV Dance Oct. 22 _
I 'a
day we'll make it first class. But Jeff Chandler and f fDo' _
we must conduct ourselves The Sgt. Daniel W. Mullint Jack Pslanc
eryly, which is what these prOP-I Chapter No. 39, Disabled American "Ten Seconds to Hell"Plus ... .
fine citizens did at Veterans and Auxiliary will "
are iprcud of them and (would like jive their ,10th anniversary com-
Legend of Tom
to know to say, ,iwe are Needless" 22 at the Harlem Gardens Clubin -- .. f IEIIfNN
Qpu Locka. Music by Sambo hNM/k .
PRETTY GI- of The Week Harrison and his band. Willie L. .midlIoat hr/Ms.nMW aosassr 'L eiA"ae s.......i.......
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of The Week: Slim Bannister . Ethel Gant.the auxiliary.
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Commissioner .. .
Ben '
McGahey number for \
on license
your tag :
,I was selected as. chairman of the 1960, y,\.&u can now get i it; The tag
Metropolitan Commission on agency opened on Wednesday, "PUNCTUALITY IS
Tuesday succeeding Walter Weiss. Oct. 14
; Remember it costs
you
Commissioner Joe THE POLITENESS OF:
Boyd was made Just one dollar extra. You have
vice chairman. , at) days' to get them. KINGS" "-
McGahey praised commissionerWeiss !
. for the work he did ascnairman. The Republican; : Committee on (Author's name below)
,.. he called on fellowc.mrtussloaers prgram calls fir complete elimi-
for an action pro-I. nation of racial segregation in Punctuality I le more than."
ill'ani' in the"comittg year. public' places. There should be ,no Just politeness In our phar-v.
color line they .
say.Personal macy. Almost everything we
dvn mil} ana rubbers do go to supply affects the better ,
Cii-fvu ana sometimes they get *
health or comfort of our
MentionPrivate
p.ree good pl.k ng. Just look atw.iat
Happened to a Roman r patrons Therefore we make
Cathode .../\ from Chili in the James Singletary, son every potslbl effort to keepi-
treau Cnuicn.; On Mcnday he was of Mrs. Nell Singletary, 2314 NW S't \ any .; kenor Implied ,
p.gecn mapped, out of $600 just 52nd st., has been assigned to Co. \ promise;!
ijAe. that.' MS also threw in his D, 15 Battalion, 5 Training Regi
watch for good measure. Wow! ment at Fort Jackson, S. C. for Rain or shin, our pharmacy I
eight weeks of basic combat training *
y ).., Is opened at I Its sped-
Coach Charley Dressen of tae :: : r- fled time each morning. t
world champion Los Angeles I
Dodgers will have $400 deducted Dr. John Milton Smith, im- Busy or not /we stay open
:from his world series check. It's ported Miamian, returned to the late hours for sickness
the anuunt fined him by base- city last weekend from his instructor's keeps no early closing hours.
ball commissioner Ford Frick pest at Edward Waters Compounding prescriptions
after being put out of the sixth College in Jacksonville. Dr.
game of the World Series at Chi- Smith, who enjoys the Magic \ Is our most Important duty
cago. City as his adopted home, made h and you can depend on us
the quick trip down to help In C
Q to always have them
; readyat
celebrating the birthday of Mrs.E. .
Circuit Judge McCarty of Fort
the promised time.
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B. Evans, popular proprietor
Pierce, brother cf the late Gov. I
McCarty, has announced his can- of the Dorsey and Marsha Ann 0

didacy for governor of Florida.. hotels.

Senator .Doyle Carlton Jr., son PreHallowe'enParty Bosomy Tina Louise captures the roving eyes of ;the YOUR CAN DOCTOR PHONE
of a former governor of Florida, male ,
gentry in "Day of the Outlaw" opening Wednesdayat (
FR 3.2932
and Senator Fred Dickinson of W.
Palm Beach will also be in the the Libcity Drive-in Theatre. Robert Ryan and Burl WHEN YOU NEED I

race for the office Ives are also featured. MEDICINE \
A Pre-Hallowe'en Old Tasked -
From Cape Canaveral on Tuesday -j Tacky Party will be given I ,._",. 0
went our satellite "Kitchen i t Friday, Oct. 23, 8:30: at the Ma- I
Sink" in orbit. It's a 91 pounderIf sonic Temple, corner 48th st. and SOOTIN'S TVUsed 'Pick up your prescription'
successful, the satellite will be 27th ave. First prize $10, second If shopping near us, or let
called Explorer VII. prize $5.00 for the tackiest dressed. us deliver promptly without
Refreshments free Donation TV's from $12.95 TV Tables $2.99 extra charge. A great many
The threatened bus strike is 100., people entrust us with their
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BookList WHY PAY RENT? ? 2 for 26*, ladles hats ,-
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What to do to bring luck our office! 3 for $1.25, nice dress shirts,
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper" caustic antiseptics. I

BETTER FOOT 3. After an injury, rest with
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1959 QUADS
the foct at the body level until

_ . _"'L"'L _ _"'L "'L"'L _ _.......... HEALTHBy the doctor arrives.
- - BALTIMORE lucky
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DR. G. H. 'GREENChlropodlat 4. Consult your doctor about'
God
It's not woman
any disturbance such as pain, blesses woman.like this.every ,

I Between The Lines., . swelling redness. or Inflammation That 'was the reaction of Mrs.
elf the leet.i5 Lorraine Graves of Anapolis after

GORDON HANCOCK for ANP FEET AND DIABETES Always examine your feet she gave birth. to quadruplets

___ _ .. _ B'L ""' "L "L""L"'L"L _....., .. Diabetic patients are more sus- : before"blood returning.poisoning"Remember frequently that results pital.Saturday at Johns Hopkins HasI -

ceptible than normal persons to from minor infection.RUPTUREEASER. I
WHAT WE NEED OR WHAT arteries I woman has
hardening of the es- The 30-year-old
WE WANT pecialy those of the eyes, heart eight other children. Among themare
Many years ago, there was heldat and feet. For this reason proper two sets of twins, aged. 2 and
Virginia Union University a care of the feet ,plays a vital partIn 8.
conclave of administrators of Negro . maintaining good health in The three girls and ,boy were
colleges in Virginia. A newly- diabetics. A helpful rule for the 1'.11.5.1.O.i.P&t.Ofr. c.Plwr UrM TrawlDovbU reported doing well 24 hours after -

elected white president of Hampton diabetic to keep in mind wouldbe the delivery, but Dr. Frank
Institute was present and "watch your feet" \ LfIiRlght Leaike the xbstetrlclan; who delivered -
them, said It would take
was called upon for remarks. He
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1. Never wear tight shoes. ; - - - - - --
"Hampton institute has so many 2. Always see that shoes are of Imo; S4954,
hundreds students enrolled and
,
soft leather, like vicl-kld or (kangaroo -, A trooc, fonn-ftttta "uhabtt up- METROPOLITANLife
200 of these are in the trades. pen i for r duolhl : rulD. htrnU.KdjufUbla. Hack
in front.
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He rather gloated over the 3. Seek your foot doctor's' advice 1 JtuUbl* Ic tr cupssSoft, fUt troln
fact.I w about the wearing of ne'Nshoes. pia...,.i w No*....t.,T or 14r.leather.. Man bandt..rd.... rlr F.ri Insurance Co.
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shuddered to think of how '4. Never wear foot appliances, THE LARGEST INSURANCE
Dean Gordon B. Hancocking
unfortunate Hampton (was in hav- .I, such as arch supports' unless they I. HARLEM DRUG CO. COMPANY IN THE WORLD
ing an administrator of such are properly prescribed by your
limited 'foresight in the face of doctor. 1400 N.W. 3rd Ave., Miami, Fla now offers you a completeline
the great need for industrial education Negroes which is able to afford 5. Check shoes' for wrinkle of
among Negroes Of course such expensive education. the lining by placing hand in the of insurance:

he was emphasizing what Ne- Why have millions for endow- shoe. Be sure stockings are O LIFE
groes want instead of what they ment if its pace must be set by smooth. You May

needed. the liberal arts college? Let SURGICAL REMOVAL OF Dream Dreams HQSPITALIZATION .,
'Negroes have been prejudiced Hampton set other standards, map CORNS, CALLOUSES AND e INCOME PROTECTION
against industrial education since newer plans, make new! depar- TOE. NAILS and See Visionswith All policies available on monthly
the days of Booker T. Washingtonand tures among Negro schools. And,
the very term "industrial ed- if industrial education is still 1. Consult your foot doctor to basis
ucation" is just as opprobrious to anathema among Negroes, Hampton try to prevent the cutting of a Phone'Charles Vorisek at .
Negroes as the term 'integration"is alone is financially' preparedto corns and callouses by eliminating
to the whites of the Old South. make it popular. I their cause. TU 8.0140
2. Realize that callouses and for Information and appointmentUSED
,When Hampton and Tuskegee Hampton is prepared by linan-I corns are often an Indication of
were founded, Negroes needed industrial ces and tradition to give toot troubles, or ill fitting shoes.
education and they needit groes what they need' instead of 3. Cut your nails to the proper 4
now! Although they have been what they 'want Hamjpton) is alone length never belojw skin edge,
made to spurn this type of edu- prepared to pursue the course but straight across.
cation te race has been the loser. which today may be quite unpopular 4. Never use any medicated i J.OO
When that Hampton president but tremendously essentitial pads or corns remover for the i
made that untimely remark, for Negro progress. elimination of corns or callouses.

Hampton was the most heavily- Hampton and ,perhaps Tuskegeeare 5. Never ,pull or tear "hang
endowed of any college in Vir- prepared to make what is unpopular nails."
ginia white colleges not ex- popular, and unless they 6. Have your foot doctor thin
cepted. can do so, what is the need of thickened nail to eliminate pres- TVs
sure from the nail bed and nail
Today, Hampton is the most their great endowment? So longas
substantially endowed of any Ne- Negroes are still afraid of the fold. this so-called Dream Seal.
institution in the world. word "industrial education," why I 7. Never use mole skin or adhesive Only $2.00. Money back guaranteed -
gro Hampton Is today better .preparedthan not call technology for what, tape except, upon the advice Try one today I NO
other Negro institution is about what it amount to after of your doctor.
any JAMAICA CANDLE SHOP
to insist on offering not what the all.. I' FIRST AID CARE OF FEET MONEYDOWN .
Negro 'students want but what I I 696B N.W. 15th Ave.
they need. A Hampton Institute of Tech- No matter how minor an infec- Miami Florida
nology, fashioned somewhat after tion or abrasion may be, it shouldbe l 47,
The,philanthropic whites who the great Massachusetts Instituteof given immediate care.
endowed It did so. not because Technology', is currently indi- .
s--S" mehave pretended they cated. Today, Hampton was the
wanted to circumscribe the Negro great opportunity to get back OP
and his education, but because the mainline, where Gen Armstrong -
they had the foresight to know left it. I I IIt NOW RENTING !
that the Negroes, above all groupsin
this country had the need the is time to come out of liberal -
solid economic background that arts sidetrack. Today,
industrial training would afford, Hampton has the great opportunity 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments
to retrieve a great opportunity)
The Negroes have made an Here is hoping that the alumni Houses Stores
all-out attempt to crash the daora' and trustees may do so. II |
of the lLberal arts education, but
I
even today our economic under- It all depends 'upon whether Brown Sub Coconut Grove
girding is precariously weak. If I Hampton can find a man who Downtown
Negroes had proceeded in the direction believes in technological educa- Liberty City -
that the great Gen. Arm- I tion. Not only must the next
strong and 'Booker T. Washington president BELIEVE in technolog.
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would be immeasurably brighter surrounded by a faculty who be-
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HospitalThe THE MIAMI TIMES'The Peoples' Newspaper?


birth rate was off slightlyat SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1959 PAGE'11.

Magnolia Hospital this past t
week Baby boys were born to y h
Mrs. Ella Box and Mrs. James THE CHRISTMAS CHEER Best of Care 'at' New
Lowder. Daughters were born to r Fund campaign for the needy is
Mrs. Robert Jackson and Mrs. a getting an early start in order to Christian Hospital
bertha, Gibson: give more. Our list is very long,
Surgery patients were Ruth "'\\ ,\\\ \\\\\, 7 iDachvs rnaoeR "" ..., we need very much more than we lEditcr MIami' Times:
Benjamin and Lois Phillips Medical ) will receive. However all received would like to express my experience -
patiehts Included Gussie is highly appreciated. So mail while patent( at the
Singleton, Dorothy Jackson, Thel- .THE RAIN AND The Parade pus for the first time and the your check to headquarters in Christian \Hospital It's like when
ma Williams, John Wilson and was nearly over when we rolled scrappy team that Coach. Bunky care ol Charles Hadley. you get converted. You got to tell
Charles Gordon up to Bethune-Cookman's camnlpus Matthews has :fielded will drawa the world about it.
Saturday morning. However the big crqwd for the game. ...THIS ONE rates a special October The one /week I spent in Chris-
Magnolia Hospital advises that\ colorful homecoming event was in We don't think Jake Gaither's orchid: Mrs. Annie M. Ed- tian Hospital is something that 1
all are progressing satisfactorily.' full bloom. Second avenue (was Rattlers will run away with Be- wards, will celebrate her 87th can't keep a secret. This hospitalis
Colonial Blackshear was admitted jammed in Daytona Beach' Just thune-Oookman like they did the birthday Sunday, Oct. 18. She's a all different from the old
as an accident victim. like our main stem here at Clas- past two years. The Wildcats arc retired school teacher, mother oJ Christian. When you walk in )It.
Architectural sic Time. Parade watchers were young and inexperienced, but Hazel E. Wright and Annette Mc- Fulmore and his ,staff are thereto
and everywhere. show ,a lot of desire and fight, Neal . Others in October: An- ''welcome} you, to make you :for-
the Magnolia Hospital expansion Garth C. Recves: 'our managing They had to play a whale of a thony done 4; Betty James 6th, get all about your illness. From
story have been released to the editor, and I were quartered in game to top the big gridders from Geronimo Mizel 16th; Charlia the door they push you around ina
press this week. Ground breaking Ranslow Hall, a lovely place. Morris Brown. Ida Ratcliffe 17th T wheel chair to your bed. Thatis
Blocm ;
ceremonies are scheduled for the It's from the Memorial
across where Mrs. Gore director
Gladys
In the pressbox into Robinson, Dr. J. K. Johnson, 18, -
very near future. gravesite of the late Dr. Mary we ran of nurses and her staff
Annie Mae Jackson Katie Mao
Ken Knight, Jacksonville disc ,
McCloud Bethune right behind take
will handle
over. They
Sadie Brownly employee at jockey and public relations whiz. Burt, Mable Ann Burt 19; John you
the dining hall. This being my with care, very gently and soft.It .
Magnolia recently returned froma Also saiw FAMU coaches Hansel Braynon: Alice T Evans 20; Beatrice -
first visit since her passing, I had you are lonesome and have no
trip to Georgia to attend the to observe with great reverence Tockes and Macon Williams Black, Susie Wise, Geneva visitors, the nurses will talk to
funeral of her father. She 'Wishes her resting spot on the campus I scouting both team as future opponents. Williams, Bernice Johnson 22; you and keep you happy; and
Barbara Doretha
Hepburn Payne
to express her appreciation for she loved so well and gave so this is something new. Busy
the many kindnesses and sym- much to.Before. Eugene Bryant of Goulds, a 23 May every day be as beauti nurses have instruction to come
pathy shown her. de. former student of Mays High is ful as this, your day To have by and see if you are feeling all
we could finish our statistician at Morris Brown and your birthday listed post a cardto right including the
licious meal at the Little Gypsy dcwn for the Mi- Press Box, 6740 NW 15th ave. nurses
big day.
Mt. Zion BaptistWoman's was aides, and they are well trained.
Tea Room on Campbell street, it amians on B-CC campus were The date and name is all require The food is very tasty and, all
was game time and ''we hustled plentiful. Saw Sarah' Miller, ed.CHARLIE you can eat. I didn't have to
(Day ofif to Memorial Stadium. We hada Maude Newtoold, Jacqueline Sar- ANDERSON (prop. worry about gettisg hungry or
beautiful view from the Press White Horse Barber could
. gent, Rlosella Davis, James Shop) needing ice water because I hadit.
Sunday, Oct. 18 is .set aside as Box, overlooking the colorful Brockington, Jerry Pinder, "Papa not .be found after the five figure .
Woman's Day at the Mt. Zion cheering section of Bethune- Kickum" Lord, William "Rick" pay off on a bet. They say he lefta If you dcn't believe me, ask
Baptist Church This observance Cookman along with the largest Rolle, flood 'of Scotch flowing . Bill anyone who has 'been there. The
promised an abundance. 'of enriching i high school band we've seen In Allen ((18th ave.) is doing nicely rates are very reasonable. II
experiences[ for morningand ''I some time Stanton High of Jax We can easily see how and why after his recent relapse. Bill fell 'go to any other hospital you will you
evening worshippers. Th annual/ ) homecoming pa- Christine Turner, daughter of down recently and 'was rushed to pay, so why dcn't you give your
rade in conjunction with the city Miami's Rev. and Mrs. Turner, the hcspital two weeks past . own hospital another chance to
Mrs. Myrtle McLeod Davis, of Daytona Beach Fire Prevention was selected Miss BCC. She Lottie Williams (owner of 70th( prove to you that this is 'one of
church woman and civic worker, Parade got underway at 9 a.m. greeted us shortly after our arri- st. Lottie's apts.) is sporting a the best hospitals that a
is noted for her dynamic and eloquent The affair was a most colorful val. Her friendly manner and mauve '60 Imperial. It's a beauty go to. personcan .
speechmaking before audience event. campus talk Is really outstanding. and the first in Washington No one is paying me to write I I
4 BOC's homecoming was made BIT of Heights. this, and I am not affiliated with
,
An unusual treat is ,planned I up of six high school! bands, featuring HERE'S hot newel the board. In fact when I walked
for those individuals attending the II the new Stanton High band Remember> the Mr. Deal of sec- PLANTSFruit in the hospital there were onlya
7:30: services. At this time an interracial pep squads, along with floats ond ave. who was featured in the tow-office personnel who knewme
of from various sororities, fraternities news a .couple of months back because and I speak the truth.
group outstanding trees, flowers, shade trees.
community leaders will discuss and community organizations he slapped a 'woman, thenon One of the largest variety selection If, you get sick, and I hope youwon't
the theme, "Let Our Women Precision marching of the /pep another occasion insulted a barmaid in Miami Come by and takea ,ijo to Christian Hospital.I .
Dedicate Their Lives, Their Time, squad and gay music made the among others? Yes, he was look. remain,
Their Talent, Their Dollars to "big parade" prior to the gridiron the talk of second avenue. Well; ALONA KELLY David Burns I
Christ." Panel members include clash between the Morris now he is back. on second and alias "King Fish"
Mrs. Charlotte F. Clark, principalof Brown Wolverines and Bethune still In the same type of business 1475 NW 67th St. OX 1-0547 "King Cole" or "Shorty"
Douglas Elementary Mrs. Wildcats an affair to be long re- (potography) only this time it'sfor
;
Parks C, Hunter, president 'of membered.Our himself, wonder what he's ...
the United Church Women 'of thanks to James Huger, seeking ? ? ? The Third Avenue
Greater Miami, Mrs.. Eulalie Ginn, the efficient administrative 'assIs- Variety Record Shop will give
director, Wesley Foundation, Uni- tant to President Richard Moore, you one free record for the first
versity of Miami; Mrs. Pauline for going all the way in making 10 you purchase. This Is in con
Willis, librarian, Northwestern : our stay a pleasant 'one. juncticn (with their newly organ
Senior High School. Mrs. Mariw From all indications the B-CC ized record club. And to add to '.. .W/ftf writ* fiytH* **'*( ****** **** '
Roberts, counselor BTW High campus will be alive with visitorsat glory of the club, you become a
School will act as moderator. the Annual Tilt of the Ma- member If you buy one or ten
roon and Gold Nov. 14 when the records. Drop in the Miami Times a
The public is urged to attend Wildcats play the Xavier Gold oWice, it's their new spot, on the
both the evening and morningand Rush from Louisiana. This year corner of llth terrace and 3rd
evening services to be fully the tilt will be held on the cam ave.
rewarded with spiritual nourish .
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fellowship.
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On Friday, Oct. 16 a buffet
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspapor" IN MEMORIAM alized Oct. 7.

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1959 In sad but loving" memory of r DEATHS Baby Boy Graham ol 1171 NW
our mother, 58th st died Oct. 5, was funeralized .

MRS., MAUDE JOHNSON Oct. 7.

'who died: Oct. 9, 1956. :
I CARDSMEMORIALSCARD Gone, ,but net forgotten MRS. LILLIAN HARRINGTON Seniors
.
The Children pioneer, Miamian, Mrs. Lil- , i,

_...- A.- lian J-'arrington died at her home : Mee
-- ----'--- !Mrs. Essie. Akins of*523
IN MEMORIAM Tuesday, October 6, 1959, after along SW 6th ,ten-, Homestead; ...di 4d .
services '
OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn illness. Funeral Oct 14 at'her";residence.' iShfc. Is
loving memory ol were held Monday, '
family of te late memory of the late, our dear* mother and grandmoth.. pjm. at Greater Bethel AME survived.,and!by bther her relates mothertjjffoprchildren ;.' Fun-
MISS TOMM1E LEE PORTERof EDDIE JOHNSONwho ere Church with the Rev. S. A. Cousin *
\ at ; time
eral arrangements -
: press
died passed October 17, .
1811 NW 5th court, who away officiating. -
Sept. 13 and was shipped to. 1958. During her illness she outlined were incompletett; j

Brunswick, Ga., 'where funeral Sleep on beloved, take your restI in detail Just how 'everything Nora Sjtrachan of '3225 NW
services were held Sunday, Sept. loved you, but Jesus loved you should be carried out for her fun- 47th st. died.Wednesday Oct. 14.
,
,
and best eral. This well done by her
20 wish to extend thanks was
'
She is survived two Fun-
by sons. .
appreciation to. all those who expressed Mrs. Dora Lee Brown, sister relatives.As ,
eral services will be held Sunday
their sympathy by acts of the poet says: Oct 18 at Cordele, Ga. ,-
kindness, cards and floral trib- IN MEMORIAMIn "She loved the House of God;
utes special thanks to those who. .',
Her dearest wish to be ,
gave personal gifts to her child memory cf the late A minister within her 'walls Range . .
BLATCH
ren. May God bless each and HERBERT a
In service full and free.
of who departed this life October 20, Mrs. LettTe J. Caldwell ol 15945:
everyone you. N v ; B au lully she lived,
and Mrs. George Dowell 1957 May she rest in peace. NW 22nd Locka diedin
Mr. )a %v.:; who. well loved her know 'ave., Opa ,
Blatch mother
Mrs Emma Jackson Hospital on Oct. 8. .
Bussing with kindly hands our ;
Patricia Blatch, daughterMrs. Mrs. Caldwell affectionately ."
CARD OF THANKSThe dead, was
Mildred Gilliam, sister
Softening death's cruel blow.Beautifully known in the Liberty City area
family of the late, John Blatch, brother she died- as Dot. While living in this area

MRS. EVA MILLS The Temple floors she trod, she nursed and reared many
takes this method of thanking the IN MEMORIAMIn To ,pass to. her reward within children. A number of them
many friends who. were so. kind deal The altar of her God!" came from distant cities to be
bereavement. loving memory of my 'resent at her final rites. She
during its hours of Her funeral was largely attended is
Thanks for your cards, flowers, mother, 'by relatives and friends survived by two nieces, Mrs.
MRS SUSIE WILSON
and all other kind gestures of from far and near. Lucy Walton of Opa Locka and
10
Oct.
this life
who
departed ,
sympathy. Special thanks to Rev. From Washington, D. C. came Mrs. Corrine Collette of New

E. R. Richardson and the mem- 1954.We miss mother, but God her youngest, brother, Nathanieland York. Chapel services were con
bers of, Antioch Baptist Church. called home you to rest. his wife' Annie Rolle, and ducted on Thursday.
gain. thanks to. everyone for you from, Philadelphia) came her
Mrs. Mabel Williamson, KATIE CRAWFORD I Gordon Henry Moon Jr. of -
everything.The. nephew Hilton and his wife, Roxy
Family daughterMrs. who. departed this life on Oct. 17, Rolle Relatives came from the 1480 NW 70th St., was !pronounceddead
Claudia Baker sister
I 1957. May she rest in peace. I following places: West Palm cn arrival at Jackson Me-
sister
Mrs. Josie Swann'
CARD OF THANKSThe The Family Beach, Orlando, Dania, Perrlne, morial Hospital on Friday, Oct.
Robinson sister
Mrs. Lovie ,
.
Hollywood, Key West, Belle 9. He Is survived by his widow,
family of. the late, Mr. Robert Dallas, grandson IN MEMORIAMIn Glade, Delray Beach, Boca Raton Juanita, a son, Gary. The body
Mr. Willie Wilson, stepson
ELIZABETH BRANTLEYwish and Bimini. was shipped on Wednesday to
to. thank their many friends sad but loving memory of Manchester, Ga. where final rites
and members of New Hope Bap- IN MEMORIAMIn our dear sister and aunt, I and burial will be conducted.

tist Church/ for their sympathyand
'condolences during the time loving memory of our dear Rev Jchn Robinson of 17620
of their bereavement. I sister and aunt, SW 102nd st., Perrine died at his
The Family MARY S. DAVIS residence on Oct, 11. He (was one
I The rolling stream of life rolls on of Perrine's oldest citizens, hav-

CARD OF THANKSWe But still the vacant: chair, ing attained the age of 102 years.
Recalls the love, the voice, the He is survived by three sons,

the family of the late, smile John,, Archer and Rufus. Three
Of the one who. once sat there. daughters, Mesdames Clemie
,. She was just a plain sister Carter and Lillie Hill, and Miss
with her loving smile each day. Ruth Robinson Funeral arrange- '.
Always tried to do for others as ments are incomplete and will be

she journeyed on the way t ,' announced on radio.
To those who have a sister, tend LA N tq y,P t HIV' I I'F4
her with loving care. fV I l i iI Irvin Sinclair Gosser of 2017

You will never know her value, NW 5th place died in Jackson "
till ycu see her vacant chair. Hospital on Oct. ,12. Survivors
Mrs. Constance and Emily include four sisters, two brothers.
Strachan, sisters Funeral services will be conducted -
Mrs. Helen Taylor, sister a :: I on Oct.,17 at 4 pan at St. Paul
df + Mrs. Rosalyn Seymour, sister i [ ; AME Church. The pastor, Rev.

Host Douglas Mr. Leonard of, nieces brothers and and Hosea nephews ;: in Washington Lincoln Memorial will officiate.Cemetery.Burial


I "" ''''"> ::':'" Mrs Catherine Harris of 2225
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II I IN MEMORIAM 4'_",\+<,, ,:, :: ,,.:' <:,;;' ",:#,;''ij'",,:,rv.._,: ., ,",:J I I NW 64th st., died at her residenceon .
MRS. OLIVIA DAVIS Oct. 14. She. is survived by her '
In sad 'but of MRS. JESSIE WEBB THOMPSONwho
loving memory. mother Mrs. Charlotte Gibson, -
our dear auntMRS departed this life October 13, Mrs. Olivia Davis, 1822 NW 5th three sisters, Mesdames Lucille -

MARY S. DAVIS 1957. ave., a resident for nearly 40 Pinkney, Marie Hflgis and Ruth
f who departed this life October 3, When loved ones cross the years died Sunday, October 11 at Bullatd, a brother, Floyd Gibson.
1957. .. thresholdAnd 5 pjn. in Jackson Memorial Hospital Funeral arrangements are incomplete -
Bless thou .the dead who die in leave this world behind after an Illness of several .
N ''thee; There's sorrow in the parting months. She was a daughter of ,.
. As thou hast given them release, It's hard to be resigned the late Rev. and Father J. A. Mrs. Merlene Kilpatrick of 1229
them lace to' I I Mrs Nellie Minnis, sister Anderson of the African Orthodox .
So quicken thy see, NW 71st St., died in Jackson Hos ...
MR. ELROY ARMSTER! And \give them everlasting. ,peace.O Jacob and Anthony Webb, I Church and the wife of Bish- pital. She is survived by two '
take this method of thanking each .Lamb of God, Redeemer blest brothers op Peter .E. Davis, pastor of the daughters, Mrs. Juanita Barr and '.;"
and everyone for kindnesses Grant her eternal'light and rest. Mrs. Euturpie Webb niece Church of God of Prophecy located Miss Geraldine Kilpatrick, a son,
shown during our recent period. Your memory shall eternallylive on Grand Ave. in Coconut GeOrge Jr., two sisters and four '
1 of bereavement. Thanks for your within our, hearts, and love IN MEMORIAMIn Grove. brothers. Funeral services are In- ."
telegrams, flowers, cards, letters, abideth forever more. Besides a husband she leaves 11 complete.
cars and other kind gestures ol. Your devoted nephews and loving memory of our dear children: Mrs. Dorothy Bryant of .I

sympathy. Your. kindnesses will nieces: mother, Liberty City, Carl Davis of Rock .- '
IN
MEMORIAM
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sever be forgotten May God. bless ,Nathaniel S. Strachan Jr. Harbor; Mrs. Naomi Davis of Miami "
and keep each of you. Again, Eugene B. Strachan Mrs. Eloise Caviness of NYC, In loving memory of our dear
thanks to everyone for everything Mrs. Wilhelmena S. Parks Mrs. Mispah Mae Lewis of MiamiPet loved ones,
The Armster Family Miss Maude E Strachan Peter E. Davis Jr., stationedin MRS. JENNIE CARNEGIE'

Mrs. Harold D SawyerMrs. Okinava Air Base, Henry Davis mother, October 17, 1951
IN MEMORIAMIn Doyle N. Beneby Mrs. Cecil Davis, Allen Da- MR. KtfAH OARfNEQIE
vis, Miss Helena Davis and Miss father, February 25, 1954
sad but loving memory of Lenora Davis of Miami. One sis- MR ROBERT CARNEGIE
IN MEMORIAMIn
our dear mother, sister and grand- ter, Mrs. Lenora E. Ferguson of brother' April 26, 1935

mother, loving memory of our dear ry San Francisco, Calif, and a a Thelma Carnegie and
mother, 1 p brother Joseph A. Anderson' of Ethel Gorden Williams
__ n 3id
NYC, 15 grand children., __' w: .. 'Y
NM Funeral services will take place

Saturday, Oct. 17 in the Church FOR SALE '
j ct trod of Prophecy at' the corner
of 17th st. and 5th court at 2:30 Beautiful 3-bedroom CBS .

pjm. Bishop E. Mackey will offi home kitchen furnished
,:.*,\ : : < ciate. ,
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......: i'b: ., Interment will be in the family curtains, sofa: Price $11,760 .
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.,'1'"\ ., .' plot in Evergreen Memorial Park II$1,800 '
under the direction of Peek's down. Easy ,terms. .

- i Funeral Home. Good deal. 1949 Ford free. '
The ,body will lay in repose from ,;,

11 o'clock Friday morning in the 2934 N.W. 57th St. \.
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Wj i funeral home until 9 pan and .
Mb, 4, .t" 4 tl from 9 o'clock Friday night until
:r the hour of the funeral at her d. I
MRS. AMELIA BLATGH)
residence 1822 NW 5th ave.
who. departed this life October 18, A BEAUTIFUL ,
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LY 1957.
}? $
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To those who have a mother, Manker . . One Bedroom
Treat her kindly, while she's here;
- For you'll never know her value Mrs. Ruby Lee Williams of 825 Corner Apt.

j Till you' see her vacant chair. NW 70th St., died October 3, (was I
U I' Sleep on, dear mother funeralized October 11 and ship Newly, DecoratedIs

_____ Gone, but not forgotten ped to Macon, Ga. fcr final Inter- Av'-ilable:
Walter, Richmond and ment. in
CORETHA SHAW " Burnell Blatch, sons
who departed this life Oct. 14, ANGELINA BURNS !Antoinette and Lee Troupe NW 52nd Atlantic Manor

1958. Jesus has taken a wonderful who departed this life Oct. 12, Geneva Blatch, daughters St. died Oct. 4 and was funeral- and
bud, out of our garden of love j 1954. May she rest in peace and Vernell Lofton, daughter Ized Oct. 12. 32nd Ave. '

'borne! it away to the city of God,. may perpetual light shine upon Gaynell Blatch, 42nd 5tr .
home of the angels above. hef. daughter-in-law William Saunders 16800 NW
Thef"Family : The Family and grandchildren 18th ave. died Oct. 2, was tuner-

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307 N.W. 2nd Ave. THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"

PBatklln 4.3034
Open every day 8 ,,.a.m. to 7 p.m.
where 228 buses may stop direct.In Register Today! '
front of the door In 12 hours.
These buses are Nos. 20, 21, 23i Advertise It Pays \1
24, and 26. Your Vote is Needed \

Large wall pictures, 16x20 In .";
frame, for Vi the price- you nor.
mally pay. I
Babies born In 1958 or 1950, get RADIO DISPATCHED ,
two large 8x10 glossy picturesfor
,3 I t 206. All twins, two 8x10
,- gloss, 206. Novelty pictures Magic City Cabs
WANTED EXPERT CAR BUFFING furnished while you watt 2 for .,
And waxing at your home or call $ .03. 024 24-HOUR SERVICE '
CARETAKER to look after apts. .OX 19508.
and rent. Live on. Mr. Draught: C. H. JONES 031 ALSO SERVING LIBERTY CITY, BROWN SUB AND
Bonded Collection Agency. COCONUT GROVE ,.
AREAS.
3042 NW 57th St.
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AGGRESSIVE, NEAT,'S courteous ,For Sale
salesman to sell America's finest $490 Cash Phones: FR 3.0539 and FR 3-7004
merchandise. Must haveat
quality MUSICAL INSTRUMENTSSAVE 314 Terrace Miami Fla.
least l high school education.See N.W. 16th ,
Mr Baker, 900 Biscayne Blvd. 25% to 60% on new CompletelyFurnished
Indf musical instruments. Guitars, list
price $30, now 1875. Guitar
SALESMAN Preferably high (electric) list price $90, now $60 ... .,
outfit, list price $134,
Trumpet
school cr 1 year college education.
Experience necessary: NE 5-1067 now $90. Violin, bow and case, I Mortgage List your property for sale or rent with
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Used
list price $125, ndw $80.
pTAiNO PLAYER for Gospel string bass, $100. Cocktail drum Payment. Large master bedroom, HAROLD ROBIN
set (used) $100. FREE use of
group Call FR 7-2163. guitar with lessons in your home.
Ideal for small family. Low
Registered Real Estate Broker
WOMEN SEW for profit. Easy Enroll now. Phone NE 40284.on monthly payment. Ask for Mr.
ready-out wrap around aprons Richard.
h Net ,profit $20.40 on dozen, .
me. Cleaning and Laundry Homes for Sale New Listings Wanted
spar-dime venture. Write: Dry Gold Coast Realty
business, good location, 544 NW
ACCURATE MFGRS
14th st. After 2:30: pan Indf SIDNEY GREENSTEIN, SALES MANAGER
Freeport, New York
4301 N.W. 2nd Ave.PL .
LARGE CORNER house, 3 bed- 1210 N.W. 62nd Street PL 4-0151
,FOR RENT rooms, 2 baths, 2 sleeping porches, 1-2426
3 entrances, partially furnished,
3-bedroocn house In
FURNISHED by owner, 7691 NW 12th court.
Ooa Locks, 2470 NW 155th Terr.,
Bunche Park area. Desire quiet, 1949 CADILLAC, 4-door Fleet-
working family. Quiet and private wood. A-l condition. $125. PLaza

call surround NA 16654.:. For information iztdl 95657.LUNCHEONETTE. and Grill with FOR SALEBy 1120 N.W. 55th Terr.Finest .

INFORMATIONFor
sundries. Downtown, busy setion.
a Clean Comfortable Terms can be arranged. Sale forc- SummonsIN
ROOM ed illness Call PL 8-5533.
by
Also furnished house for a group street in area. Modern 2-bedroom CBS, tile
CITY
of 6, 7 or 8 men LIBERTY
Downtown Location '55 CADILLAC 2-bedroom frame home on large roof, hardwood floors, deluxe Florida room, large
C-Barber at 321 NW 16th St. lot, 1751 NW 75th st. $7,995 -
$1,395 Coupe $500 down, $65 per month. landscaped lot.Only.
$17 PER WEEK, 2-bedroom Looks and runs like new
5 U.S. Royal Tires IN COCONUT GROVE
stove refrigerator and vcateifree.
Will finance. FR 3-9368 home, $6-
Also furnished one-b drooml Frame 2-bedroom
844 NW 70th st. Phone NA 1-CW3 995 $500 down, $65 per month $950 Down
fads 3790 Oak Ave.

1-BEDROOM APT.. Children Frame 3-rooms and bath, large Plus closing costs
welcome Near bus school Good 3",of the Best Buys in lot, $5,500, $500 down.VACANT .
tenant only .4190 NW 32nd ave.
LOTS Only one mortgage $72.20 a monthDo
MiamiTwo
Desirable lot, 50x123 on Thomas -
FURNISHED
Efficiency. None
St. $3,000
eveand Margret
better. All utilities. Near bus
shopping. 4190 NW 32nd ave. bedroom CBS, large Jalou. i I cash or tcrmi. not disturb occupants. Open house Sunday
-led. froM porch, hardwood
FURNISHED APT for rent. floors, large kitchen, dining room I Lot on Florida ave. and Brooker After 2 p.m.
Brownsville. end oood closet space Beautifully I St. $3,500.
Rent reasonable
furnished. $1,300 down, $U.
_Phone.._FR,..4-7748 or NE 46358. month, 1 mortgage. Lots in Goulds, 75x123, $1,695. BLACKSTONE REALTY, Inc.

RENT -ALSO-- $100 down, $50 per month.

TWX>M. For nice single man or FOR IN LIBERTY CITY 5908 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 8-7407
-woman. 5710 NW 19th ave. NE 2 bedroom house with cottage In
4-8495' Call Saturday or Sunday. rear. Corner 1401 NW 58th ter, 4-focdroom air conditioned
Mrs. Minnie Martin. $500 down, $82.50 a month. Move home, tjvo all tile baths, beautifully -
I right In. decorated, must be seen to
NOW RENTING. A 2-bedroom appreciate, '6312, NW 18th ave.
sat with stove and, refrigerator. ALSO -,
"Bus 24 passes door. 2945 NW 3 rooms and bath, 1882 NW
46th st. We also have 1bedroomants :2 bedroom, house, 2735 NW 60th 70th .t. Only $16 per week.
at 524 NW 22nd st. Phone Kt. First class condition, good WEEKS & WEEKS
FR 9-357fl. location.- $800 down $75 a month. 2.be rOOm apartment targe living -

Move right In. room, 1728 NW 3rd court. Will Help You Buy a Home
4-ROOM APT }at 2780 NW Mth .
Street. Goodman'sReal FOR THESE SPECIALS DON'T PAY RENT .
CALL ,DAY OR NIGHT
ROOM AND BOARD to gentle PH. HI 42449 or HI' 00173, SPECIALSLiberty
THIS WEEK'S
man. 2156 NW 56th st. NE 45025. '
Estate 3781 Grand Ave., Coconut Grove

FURNISHED ROOM in Edison City-$995-New
Center and unfurnished house InJ"crth 2688 N.W. 62nd St.
Miami Beach fort rent. Ph. 3.bedroom CBS home now under
PL 76015. Your; Vote is Neededto Have several I lovely
..nft OX 1-0380 fight the force that seek construction in Liberty City and Brown Sub. Pick

LOOKING FOR A CLEAN room Night MU 1.7740 your now. Small deposit will hold. Call ,today.
private bath and kitchen Call to keep you a Second Class .

OX 1-4864. Citizen.' Opa Locka-$795 New

PRIVATE ROOM, kitchen privl-
into this new 3bedroonnew
Move today gorgeous
1eaPS, teleohone etc. Call PL .
7-172. M. warns! CBS home with large Florida room and many built.in

1 feature Pay balance like rent. Must see!
EVJOY PRIVATE living. Beautifully 1 FOR RENT
furnished 1 bedroom unit Orchard Villa Dream House
with large enclosed yard, spacious '

closets per week.and No(kitchen children cabinets.Downtown$25 5/Folly Furnished Open for your inspection Sat. and $un. 2 to 6 p.m.

location. Bonded Collection ONLY 1,495 DOWN

Agency, 1183 NW 3rd ave., TO SEE
3-8418. Ask for John or Royal. 1 Bedroom Apts.
1550 N.W. 55th StreetYou

ROOM in quiet home. Call TO will be glad you did, see this first
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1-3215. $16 and $17 PER WEEK
Lots! Lots! Lots!

FOR RENTFOR LARGE ROOMS AMPLE CLOSETS Have cash buyers waiting. Call u. first. Best price

cash will build on lot, no money
ADULTS T NEWLY DECORATED All to you, or your .
i down.

2-room apt. $7.50 per week. --
1 Street CALL OR VISIT
289 N.W. 23rd
Biscayne: Park, NE 121 st St.1

on West side of East Coast, Call Luther O. Carey FR 4.8398 WEEKS & WEEKS REALTORSPL


Railroad. IAl 82511. 5600 N.E. 2nd Ave.

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f. Ruth Twills reporter
His Name Bmaauel." No.2
Sunday School....................... 9:30 Call
choir furnished music with their
Morning worship .......?..?... ....11:00:
organist Mrs. V. Higgs.
ACE League ...............?.._....... :5:30 Visitors, always welcomeand
Evening worship ...?..?........... 7:00: /we are are praying for our sick.

Cf The Rev. W. B. Coffey will
hold his fourth and last quarterly -
to trdI conference Friday night, Oct. I
me 16, through Sunday. All boards Church of The Open DoorDr.

and clubs are asked to make a H. C. McDowell, pastorA.
written financial report. E. McNeal, reporter

The eighth annual Woman's
Day has been organized with Mrs. Special services are planned for

.)i./: ,:' Ruth Twiggs, as general chairman; Sunday, Oct. 18. Seventy odd per-
Mrs. Claudia Robinson, No. 1 co- sons have affixed their signaturesas
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE .," ;, chairman; Mrs. Cornelia Glenn, charter members. There will
I ; No. 2 co-chairman. It will terminate be a solemn roll call of this group
14 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1959 ': y on the third Sunday in No- with re-affirmation of their vows
vember. and determination that, God being -
their helper, they will bind
FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev. THE INCARNATION $MARY'S W. M. themselves together as a church ,
with full knowledge of enormous

C. J. Burney, pastor 1835 N.W. 54th Street Rev. E. A.. Culmer, pastor obligations Involved. Supt. Rob-
Claudia Wilson, reporter Fr. E S. Clarke Jr., vicar ... Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter bins Ralph of the Florida State

Sunday School....................... 9:30: Susan Butler, reporter Sunday School....................... 9:30 Conference, will be guest preacher -
Morning worship .................... 11:00: Morning worship ,..?........... 11:00 and will lead the ancient con
Evening /worship .................... 7:00: SUNDAYS: Evening worship .................... 7:30 gregational ceremony of "owningthe
BTU ............................................ 5:30: Church School and Bible covenant.
Class ................................ 930 a.m.: Sunday School was opened by
The Sunday School will sponsora Solemn Sung Mass the pastor at 9:45: pm. by singing Plans for the souvenir program
,picnic on Saturday, Oct. 17 at And Sermon ............ 10:45: a.m. after which the assistant superintendent will be consummated at a meet
Virginia Beach. All children are Confirmation Instructions was in charge. Classes ing Wednesday evening, Oct. 21
asked to meet at the church at 9 I For Children ...........-....... 5 p.m. took their respective places with at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ira
a.m. Remember the pastor's anniversary Episcopal Young Churchmen their teachers at their posts. The Blossom, 283 NW 52nd st. This
Oct. 26. Meeting ............................ 6 p.m. lesson was reviewed by the pas effort is In connection with cele-
Solemn Evensong and sermon tor bration and thanksgiving as the
Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist With Procession ........ 7:30: p.m. 'Service began at 11 am. with the new church is accepted into .
TUESDAY: the pastor presiding He preached full membership' of local and national -
402 N.W. 2nd Ave. St. Vincent's Acolyte Guild from Exodus 2nd chapter;;) "Nurse organizations of the denomination

Hallandale, Florida Rehearsal................... 5:30: p.m. .. '-' this child for me and I 'will pay .
Rev. Benjamin Franklin, pastor WEDNESDAY: thee thy wages." One infant was

Rev. C. E. McClary, reporter Low Mass ........................ 6:30: am. REV. W. P. TARPLEY I baptised and one member Joinedthe The ,public is cordially invited.
Sunday School..................?... 9:30: Evensong and Confirmation Members and friends of New Christian family. No. 1 choir Services at 11 am. in the auditorium ,
Morning service .................... 1100' Instruction for Adults 8:00: p.m. Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, cor- furnished music with their organist of Seventh Day AdventISt
Evening service ...........-........... 7:00 THURSDAY: 71st st. and 22nd ave., will and No. 2 ushers served. School, 50th st and 25th ave..
BTU ..._..?.....................:............. 6:00: St. Michael's Choir celebrate ner the seventh anniversaryof

Rehearsal................... 5:30: p.m. the pastor, Rev. W. P. Tarpley.
TRIUMPH CHURCH FRIDAY: Services will be held Oct. 21-25! ,
Prince St. Cecelia's ChoirRehearsal. with visiting pastors and their OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
H. Mobley pastorS .................... 8:30: pan congregations in change.
S. Daniels
reporter
School of Wisdom ................ 10:00 all NOTE Holy: and Solemn Saint's Sung Days Mass 6 a.m on The closing anniversary ser- SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING; COLORED

Evening service ...............?....... 8:00Y. : mon !will be delivered Sunday ai
P. E. Band ............................ 6:30 METROPOLITAN AME 3 p.m. by the Rev. W. H. Ed- PSYCHIC READERLet
Tuesday and Friday ........... 8:00.. wards, moderator of the Seaboard
Rev. H. M. Salmon, pastor Baptist AssociationST.
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMiss Sunday School....................... 93:0
Morning worship .................... 11:00: LUKE BAPTIST
Olive
Alexander, executive Evening worship .................... 7:00:
director of the James E. Scott Sunday afternoon from 4 to 0 Mrs. Bunesba Green, reporter
Community Association, will lead o'clock the Stewardesses boards Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor
the discussion at the Baha'i Center will sponsor a Rainbow Tea at Sunday School....................... 9:30:
137 NW 11th ave. 7 p.m. Sun the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Morning worship ................ 11:00:
day, Oct. 18 Her subject will be. Allen, 2102 NW 69th terrace. BYPU ........................................ 5:30:
"Youth and Moral Training." Tuesday night, Oct. 20, the Sun Evening worship .......?........... 7:00:
\ Everyone Is cordially invited to I
day School presentsa Tom
.1 participate in this discussion.ST. Thumb wedding at 8 tun. You You are invited to a Tom
m Thumb Wedding Thursday night,,
cordially Invited attend
are to
FRANCIS XAVIERN.W. both of these activities. Oct. 22 at the St. I.uke Baptist
Church. Come one, come all.
4th Ave. and 16th Terr.
Phone FR 9-1424 MT. HERMON A. M. E. We are having our Woman's

MASSES Opa Locka Day /program on the fourth Sun-
Daily................................. 8 a.m R*>v. Samuel Oavs day in October. YOM are cordially
pastor
Sunday........ 7 a.m & 8:30: aan Publicity Committee invited to come and worship my years of Experience guide and protect you through

BETHEL BAPTIST Morning worship .................. 11:00: with morning,, us. will The speaker be Mrs. for AthalicRanie the Life aa a Lighthouse guides tht ship In a storm

Sunday School......?............... 9:30: and the speaker for the
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Richmond Heights Evening worship .................... 7:00: evening will be Mrs Clora Pear- WHEN OTHKIIS FAIL YOU SEE ME
Rev. R. Success in Business And Love
L. Ross Pastor You are invited to attend all For
Jean E. Scott, reporter these services. sail.The general chairman is still 1
Sunday School........................ 9:30: The pastor savs that he is Justso asking everybody to please cooperate CONSULT HER -
Morning service .................... 11:00: thankful to God for the great In this Woman's Day drive, 0 You can now have your home made happy
I BTU ...................?..............-....... 5:30: and faithful souls that have been We are asking the prayers oJ f Get and Hold the position so long wanted
l Evening service .?.................... 7:00: added to the church. We want tc you for the sick and short-Ins you
I 0 Don't Stay in the rut, get out now .

The! Rev.will L. R.render Ross service and congregation at' for say the thanks purpose to all of who kingdom have build-come, EBENEZER METHODISTRev By the help of God she can help you

Morning Star Baptist Church, ing.And Aaron D Hall castor Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in
Princeton, Sunday, Oct. 18, Rev. too, we must say how Brnestlne L. Hambrick reporter trouble

W. H. Faison, pastor. pleased we are with the growthof Sunday School....................... 9:30: Medium First
Sick members: Mark Cross. You our Sunday School. We have Morning service .................... 11OC: It will pay you to call and see this Gifted
are urg d to pray for and visit more than tripled in members In, Evening service .......?..-....... 7OC Where thousands come yearly for help and advice, yon too.can
he last six months. We are ask-
the sick Visitors wel-
always
are i touched this strange mysterious power
be by
come. ing that all who would be Intro- Sunday, Oct. 18 is Men's Da y
deuced in African Methodism will, at Ebenezer Church. Dr. Joe Hall GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPY
WHY
FIRST UNITARIAN"Mark please torn your attention in the! superintendent Board of Public
direction of Mt. Hermon. We have I Instruction will\ 'be the mornin$! The same God who delivered Moses and the children of Israel
Twain Looks at Prayer" capable teachers to explain the! speaker. A vesper service at 1 of old Is still alive today and will open a way for you through;
will be the sermon topic of the Sunday School lesson to your, pjm. will feature many outstanding the troubled seas of life. Let not him that Is blind lead you or
Rev. Robert W Sonen minister of children every Sunday morningand : artists of the city. The public with him.
the First Unitarian Church, Dixie our services are spiritual and Is invited to attend both services, you stumble
Highway at SW 29th Road, on uplifting.And The Methodist Men will havecharge Do you doubt the existence of things because yon cannot see

I Sunday, Oct. 1?, 11 ajm Church now to you who are with- of class meeting on Tuesday them?
School and Adult Forum is held out a church home, remember night., What do you think of the Invisible waves and sounds that
*at 10:30.: this your religion is like a bicycle The fourth quarterly confer Telephone, Italic and Television possible?
Wireless
That afternoon..from 4 to 6 p.m. when you quit peddling it ence will be held Monday night, make ,
Rev. and Mrs Sonen will enter falls and it will take a running Oct. 19 at 8 pm1.' Rev. Frank A seed before It sprouts, lies concealed, secret, silent In the
tain members and friends of the start to get it going again. Cambridge, district superintendent dark earth or womb of Nature. THERE IS AN "UNSEENPOWER"
church at an aDen house at their See you in church Sunday. will preside.
new home, 5133 Riviera Drive,
Coral Gables. MT. TABOR BAPTISTRev. The annual Church Banquetwill Therefore, acquaint yourself F-', '-'
be held in the social hall of --
TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. P. S. Brown, pastor the church on Monday, Oct. 26 at with the one who is an t
Mrs. Lola Hicks reporter 8 p.m. Speakers from carious organizations 'authority. Whose private ;41,
. A. Thompson, pastor NOTE: Visitors are always we> and auxiliaries of the consultation will evolve you t

Sunday School........... ........ 9:30 come. church will take part In the pro- to a higher state of mind. ,
Morning worship ..............?.... 11:00: Order of Service gram that Is being planned. A de- t.
BTU ........................................... 5:30: Sunday School....................... 9:at licious dinner will follow. All All Information is j
Evening worship ..,....*......?.., 7:00: Warning, worship 11:00 members are asked to attend. j,'
BTU .........:.............................. IS:30 You are urged to pray for and Strictly Confidential
The Woman's Day Committeewill Bvenlnp' worship .................... '7: 341 visit the sick. They are: SistersVictoria a
sponsor a "Register Tea" on Higgs, 1411 NW 68th, st.;
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The men of Mt. Tabor are work Office Hours P a.m.-8 p.m. M5,
the church grounds Sunday after- Carrie Wright, Jackson Hospital;
their
ing on Men's Day Rally .
\ noon from 4 to 8 o'clock. An Interesting This rally will close Nov. 8 You Emma Neal, 1722 NW 63rd St.]1 Sunday: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.Don't .

literary and musical will hear more about the drive Bessie Johnson 353 NW 14th st; Write-Call in Person
program, is promised. The public from now until the rally closes. Essie Norris, 511 NW llth terr.i j,
is invited : Please friends, let us depend on Brothers Timothy Culmer, 176 DAILY READING '1.00 UP
The second Sunday in November you for your support. Whateveryou NW 71st st.; Willie Haywqod,
t has been designated as the do will be appreciated. All Jackson Hospital. 20 :YEARS EXPERIENCE
datp for third annual observanceof members who have been (placed The Junior usher board is sponsoring
Woman's Day at Temple. All on a brother's list are kindly ask a Hallqwepn Carnival or I MADAM HUNTER
the faithful are going all 'out to ed' to get in touch with him and Thursday Oct. 22 in the social]
make this another day to be re- give him your support. The sure-, hall of'the church from 4 pjn.
membered. est iway not to fail Is to detrmlnc I There will be fun for all from; 1657' N.W. 73rd St, Miami
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514 NW 23rd Street men are striving togetherto -t*>v Geoigv E Jonnsou, pastor SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, ,1959 PAGE 15Teen's
Rev. I. Clayton, pastor make this Men's Day a day to Mrs. Phyllis Andrews. report

Sister Sadie Ellis, reporter go down in )history. The fourth .w.d,> School ..........__ 9tn. --- '
Sunday School ....................... 93:0: Sunday in October is the day. Our ..rnrg worship .................... 11OC'ounjs :
Morning service .................... 11:30 Men Day cainman, Deacon Na- People's! MfYtu a *? :
BTU ............................................ 5:30 thaniel Newsome and his co- Conference
Evening service ........................ 7:30 workers have selected two of the GREATER BETHEL A.M.ERev. :1:1How
are welcome. most outstanding' speakers. The
morning speaker, Rev W. H. S. A. Cousin, pastor -- With HAROLD ANTHONY ,
MT. CALVERY BAPTIST Falson pastor of the Morning Mrs. Jenette Folson, reporter . ,
Star Baptist Church, Princeton. Sunday School..?................... 9:30
nt'M .1 ihomas pastor The evening speaker, Rev. Ros- Morning worship! ..,............, 11OC(; are you in school? Your . The accomplishment of a nobody -
Phyllis Myers, ,reporter co Jackson. Each member is ask- Evening worship .................... 7:00: manners as well as your conduct, 9f a nothing!
........................ 9:30 I
Sunday -School ed to please l pay $15. The publicis in and out of classes? Maybe bad, I asked a kid the other day:
service .................... 11:00
Morning invited to attend the various MT. ZION A. M. E. or you could stand Improvement "What will you be (when you
Evening service ................?....... 7:00 programs prior, to the Men's Day Most of us can really stand im grow up?" He replied, "A man."
program. Our sick'and shutlns are 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. provement. It was really iunny at the time
ST. JAMES BAPTISTRev. Sisters Clemmie Crawford and Opa Locka ''School manners is a very wide but when I stopped to think it
Rosa Hardnetter. Your Rev. C. J. Jenkins, pastor over I wondered if he would
prayersare subject to discuss in one column;
J L. Johnson putorSunday needed. Sunday School............... g30: a.m so the next few columns will be really grow up to be a man. Do
Services
Morning worship ............ 11 a.m on school etiquetteThe you know what it takes to be a
............ 9:30
Sunday School : un MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. League ................................ 5 pan first conference will be on man or a woman? here are three
........ 11:00
Morning Worship t-m ................ main things in book the
BTU ................................ 5:30: p.m E. M. Thomas pastor Evening worship 7 p.m. things you SHOULD NOT DO. three that has kept my man living.;
Evening Worsuip ............ 7:30: p.m Phyllis! Myers reporter BETHANY BAPTIST ''First of all, you mould never Those three things are, my read
Visitors always welcome Sunday School....................... 9:30: be late for school. When on time ers, Faith, Knowledge and Wisdom.
=323 N.W. 14th St Morning worship .................... 11:00 3078 N.W. 45th St. you never hear a cry, sigh, or The three things that I believe -
BTU ...................-....................... 5:30: Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor whine. When you are late and the no man can do without and
Zion Hope M. Baptist Evening worship .................... 7:00 I Marjorie Shelby, reporter teacher cries in" anger, don't Just be something and happy.
Sunday School....................... 9:30 say 'hang her. Remember it is Without those, you are not a
1710 N.W. 69th St. and 17th Ave The feast that'we had for the Morning worship ...................11:00: because you are late is causing all man. You are just human. You

Rev. C. Albury, pastor men of the church was wonder- BTU ............................................ 5:30: of the debate. I don't think manyof are a discredit to your family
Sunday School 9:30: fully carried out by the women.I Evening worship ................ 7:00: you can give an excuse for be- and everyone who knows you. In
am sure that the men enjoyed it ing late. I repeat, not many and small words
you are bad
Service 11:00 very
Morning :
very much. not often. If your class mates, theJone's
(Tuesday night) Our sick and shut-ins are Sis. ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. can ,be on time, why can't off.So long until the next Teen's
BTU 8:00 R. Green Sis. 0 Hooks, Sis. J. 0. W. Foster, pastor you? School is for you, and not Conference time.
Fvenlng Service 7:00: Blake and Sis. Jame.. Let us remember "A. L. Johnson, reporter for the teacher's health! School !is

Prayer Meeting 8:00: the sick and pray for I Sunday School..................?... 9:45: a place not only for fun and enjoyment -
them a speedy recovery. Morning Service .......?........... 11:00: but a place where instruction -
CORINTH BAPTISTRev. Visitors are always' welcome to BTU ...................?..................?... 5:30 is given. Remember, Open House at Holy
I come and worship with us at any Evening worship .................... 7:06: I you are the great citizens of tomorrow
W T. Thomas. pastor time. 1MARTIN i Without (knowledge, what Redeemer SundayAll
Phone NE 5-1518 KELLY'S CHAPEL can you accomplish? I will answer
Sunday Scholl........................ 930: MEMORIAL AME that one in cold, hard facts of students
Morning worship .................. 11:00 Esther McNeil reporterRev. parents i iv
grades 2-8
F.ve.lnsr worship .................... 7:30: Richmond Heights Leroy Dell, pastor to Holy are Redeemer requested Catholic to corm

Ccme and hear a rospel preacher Rev Albert Tone, nutorMihna Sunday School..........?........... 9:45: Mt. Pleasant Methodist school on Sunday, Oct. 18 be..
and successful pastor Harris, reporter Morning worsrlp .................... 11:00M. tween the hours of 1 o'clock and
Sunday School....................... 9:30: Y. F. .................................... 6:00: 2170 Washington Street 4 o'clockpm.. to receive the first
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Morning .worship .................... 11:00: Evening worship .................... 7:30: Opa Locka of their children's
ACE League ............................ 5:00: SundaySchool ................ 9:30: a.m report pro-
14 tli Ave. and 89th Street Evening worship .................... 7:30 NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. I Morning worship ............ 11 a.m.I I gress.
. Sunday School........... 9:30 ant Evening service 7:30 The roport cards have a "new
Mornlmr Service ............ 11:00 a.m. Services on Sunday last were, James E. Brown pastor lock" this year, so it Is necessary
festmlnnter Fellowship 8:0rt: p.tn deeply inspiring, our pastor delivered , Hro VandMI Bovan reporter MT. SINAI BAPTIST that the parents meet the teachers -

Evening Service 8 p.m a truly heart Spit; I Sunday School....................... .930: and get a clear explanation ot'
sermon. And the Holy Morning worship ...........?... 11:00 0 Boo reporter the system of marking employedIn
SPIRITUAL BAPTISTRev. \u-as present. Rev. Jones is asking Evening worship ...............?... 7:00: Rev !S=; A Thomas paator the school as well as the
I that more adults attend Sunday BTU ............... ........ ... ....."..-... 5:30: Sunday School.........:............. 03:0: standards of conduct upheld, by
Ernest Hutcheson School and League. I..I ; ; Morning worship .................... 11:00: the principal and faculty.'
Supply 'PutorPerrine. The Sunday School is in dire I ... Bethel Apostolic TempleDoris Evening worship .................;.. 7&0;
Fla. need of teachers. We are, asking i ii "Well begun\ Is half done." Parents

On Sunday morning the pastor i your support.On R. Akins, pastor I Church of Transfiguration should be deeply concerned
will speak on the subject, "Come j I Sunday, Oct. 25 the League i J. Lafluer, assistant about this first report. The
Fee a Man," and at night, "Ye, will terminate it's King and Sis. T. Wallace, reporter (Eolsconal) turnout: should be 100 percent.
Must be Queen contest. Please supportthe 2310 N.W. 53th Street 2571: N.W J52nd Terr.
Born Again. young folk when they approach -I Sunday School....................... 10:00 Ven. John E. Culmer
The church wishes to thank the you. They are working for Morning worship ...........?... 11:45: priest In charge SALE
many clergyman and friends for I a worthy cause. Evening worship .................... 7:30 Stanley Sweeting reporter FOR
their attendance at the installation The second Sunday In November I
services for their pastor. The will end the States' Rally and Matthew Temple AMEZ Services every Sunday BY SUMMONS
s rmon was preached by the Rev. I the pastor is asking that those of Morning worship .................... 9:30:
Moderator L. A. Thompson./ The you who are not working with 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. Sunday School.................... 10:30: Beautiful 2-bedroom home at
'Installation was conducted by anyone please contact a captainand Revl Daniel Pridgen, pastor 270 NW Slat terr. Fun price
Revs. Thompson and H. W. Moss. make your contribution. Mrs. Ruth Lucas, reporter NEW HOPE P.B. CHURCHRev. 17,930. First down payment $750.
Rev. I C. Mickins represented the Sunday School ...?................... 93:0 rtcnthly payment $90. Now open
Association, and prayer was offered GREATER NEW BETHEL Morning worship .......?........... 11:00: H C. Samuels pasta far' Inspection. For this special,
by Rev. L. R. Ross. The Evening worship .-......M........... 7:00: Mrs. Evelyn Granger, reporter cell HI 4-2448 day Or night.
chair was occupied by the Rev. Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor Sunday School "'...................... 9:30:
Jowrh Smith. Temple's choir rendered beautiful selections. Morning worship ................ 11:00: BTU .......................?................... 8:30
Sunday School....................... 9:30: 2 I!: D Richardson. pastor Evening worship .................... 7:30: Phone HI 4.2448
Among fur peoole from the BTU ...................................?....... 5:30 Minnie T. Copeland. reporter
church who participated were Evening worship .................. 7:00 Sunday School.................... 9:30 I
,Rev. Sister Elizabeth Gray, Bro. I Morning worship ...............?... 11:00 RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE
Ezekiel Miller and Sister Viola MT. ZION BAPTIST BTU .......-..?.............................., 5:30
Darling. Sister Margaret Rolle.I I Luvenla Knox Evening worship .................... 7:00: 0 Rectal Diseases Varicose Veins
Sister' Elmore Farrington and
T'uMIc Relations Officer Effect! > oalnleis, non.surglcal office treatments at low cost-
Sister Booker served or assistedas Matthew Temple AMEZ
ushers. Sunday School....................... 9:30: no toes flme or Income. Avoid surgery and hospltallzatlon. Why
Morning worship .................... 11:00: 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. and ?
truss? suffer delay worse
get
The vote of thanks and benediction BTU ...........?..?.......?...?........?... 5:00: Rev. Daniel Pridgen, pastor wear Why
'were offered by our pas- Evening worship .................... 7:09: Sunday School 9:45 a.m. >. CONSULTATION FREE 4
tor. You are always welcome.ST. Morning Worship 11:05 am Special medication, treatment, diets for arthritis, neuritis, ulcer

JAMES A.M K:, ST. PAUL A. M. E. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. *, blood pressure, sinus, anemia, Post vigor, chronic disease"

Rev. J. D, Washington, pastor of men and women .
p.v "T 'MrNn1 Harris' na tnr 19th St. and 4th Court
Your Vote is Needed
Mrr R Q rti lp F Dean, reporter Sunday School....................... 9:30: DR.. LONG'S CLINIC REDUCING
Sunday School......... 9'30 Morning worship .................... 11:00 21 8.W 13th Ave., FR 3-2743 A General Health Service
Morning worship ...?...:........... 11:00 ACE League ...?....................... 5:30: Register Today!
ACE League ........................._. .5:30fsmiutf : Evening worship .................... 7:00:
E'nI__; moors h ip ...........?....... ,,.n".uu --

The officers, -members and NOW r
friends will be in attendance ;

undav to welcome our pastor t AT {SECRET JAMES
RPV. v, McNeal Harris and his t .
wf*. Mrs. Ro. >tta Harris as they
LAST I f09NUMB l RS
return from their vacation. The e t
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a. his subject, "The Power of be sold- Lot" Store-NOW I
"Faith" Choir No. 1 will render ( k4 1 N yes NOW! "Sir Save a
'the during this service Imalmf'U '
jnrjIc two
"During the evening worship choir ; I ing books. 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481

Wo. 2 will render the music. The title t-
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At 5:45 pjn. the ACE League ). only partially .
ex 'GODFREY
'will meet and all interested persons -
their '
:! are invited; to be present. plain contents.But SPENCER NOW FREE
.
the tit
The 11th annual Woman' Day
,observance will bean event of +si lea alone
NOVember 15, All captain are can not begin -
.'asked to contact. the members of to reveal Pay Your Light Bills
to you
their BTOUP. Let us work to make Yes between these
this Woman' Day observance the the facts of why you may not be able to win. their
heat in the history of jhe church. 0\1 will learn the secret of how the utrologteU get ban FREE
Here
time 0\1
first
Sinning for the
number. You may fLAd out bonds II .
Tech member' Is asked to pay $10 stocks and Cubanand
catch anything by speculation on
Mrs. Sarah Mobley f Is general failed to what to do -to.
books tell you
other forms of numerology These'
chairman; Mr Susie Smith. co- afford to be withoutthese .
get on the winning track often! You can not
chairman. Visitors always
are
for both. This may
books for the very low price of only $5.00
welcome. goodbye to bills and money Materials and Money Orders Sold Every
be your chance to make a tilling and say Simplicity Pattern
- worries forever. Tell your friends only after you are on a better road Day-7:45: a.m. to 7 p.m Mon. thru Frl. 8 a.m. to 0 p.m: te
to success. Be the I r>ft. Order yours today.
Don't Fret Fight! 9 p.m. Saturday (Closed Sundays)
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Send to J CANDLC SHOP, S96B N.W. 15tli Av.

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THE, MIAMI TIMES-"The People. Newspaper"PAGE Althea;Greene I Alphas on the March Game. Changed .. 'h/t'/ '1 ,

16 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1959 Crowned Miss Mays i(Beta Beta Lambda chapter .of I Dear Sirs:

L .,-,..........u N..wN..N........wN.NNN.N.NNN..rInAround High, Alp-ha held its Phi second Alpha monthly Fraternity' meeting, Inc. The North Dade Junior-Senior

Althea Greene, an attractive Saturday night, Oct., 10 at the High School's, Athletic Associa-
The Bahamas senior, was crowned :Miss Maya home of Brother Dr. Ira P. Da-. tion wishes to, thank you for publication 0
IHlgh 'was of our previous !tgames.
coronation took place'In the Maya conducted by She president. We do realize that .your support
By A. H. McKENZIE auditorium Oct.. 4. Edward McCray. Very soon the plays an important part' in -......-----... -. 'Miss Mays High was, elected at Alphas will launch their second athletic program. ,.'
the end of the '59 'school term annual' ""Miss Ipha" contest and However. there has been a
Registration of i She waS officially crowned by Talent Hunt program. This effort change the schedule that
Providence : the President of the Student' Council, is put on by Alphas so that received.tin.. The game that was;you
on October 13 of I Thecphllis Rogers. Miss Mays was we may continue giving scholarships scheduled for Oct. 16 has been
tion of J. A. Hughes escorted 'by football ,'captain John Alvin Glenn, a recent changed to Saturday, Oct. 17 at
tary registrar. Bennett. graduate of Northwestern and 2:15: !pan pn North Dade's athletic' -
jects 21 years and Althea's attendants and presently enrolled at Talladega field.>
ible, if they have their College was the recipient of Al-
"ordinary residents escorts were Carol Williams, ,escorted pha's first scholarship., 'Please Inform your readers of
tricts for six ac- by Frank Woods, and this change. '
Barbara Brown escorted by New officers elected for 1960 Thank much for
will have to sign an in you very your
have photographs on Roosevelt King. The queen's court are: Brothers Edward McCray support. Ji
will ,be attached to was made Up of the queens and president; John H. Anderson, ,Frances Young, publicistUpholstery ,
fication cards. ( their escorts representing 19 vice president,* Ellis A. Adger. M
the school clubs and three pa etts". secretary; Osie Doster, (financial i
The ipagetts! were delighted with secretary; Leo, Albert, treasurer;' .
Robert Miller was < the Job of ,announcing the (pro Jonathan Thurston, reporter; =
the Magistrate's ; gram. The queen was' entertained Emanuel Fryar parliamentarian. .
2 for assaulting his by Rubin Coleman, Richard We cover all type of furnitureat
Johnson, who sang songs and the 'a reasonable iprce. Sunbrlght
vis- Mays swing !band who also entertained Upolstering Work 1449 NW 3rd
the queen musically. Register Today! ave., phone FR. 7-1239. O17

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