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Title: Miami Times
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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: October 24, 1959
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I BOARD HEDGES ON 'TRANSFIR OF PUPILS I,A-'- ; "




The appeal of 11 Negro pupils now are four miles away transfer;' eight-year-old Barbara! "greatly impede the ?cademtc cerned and stated that he can
to desegregate three of the schools Theodore Gibson Jr, son ''of the Pearson, daughter of Mr. and progress, which it is possible for not ignore the legal rights of
In Dade County was heard on Rev. Theodore Gibson, and a" Mrs. Bennie Pearson of North the child to make.' N pupils attending this school '
Tuesday !by the Board of Education student at Booker T. Washington Miami Beach to the Fulford Ele Mrs Pearson contended thill Challenged 'by G. E. Graves,
High School, 1200 NW 6th ave., mentary School. Superintendent
the school nearer to her attorney :lor the local branch of
was
The schools! they seek to enterare has applied for entrance' to the Joe Hall
'was reported to have indicated -
home and that child "can as to whether he
her
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Miami
Jackson High North Miami
Jackson '
: High NW
171 that the board may have JdeDCe to indicate thatof
Miami Beach JUnior High, and 36th st.Benny. to survey the parents of children make just as much progress a L
to the
a Negro
when the
Fulford Elementary.Fay Pearson, who is attend attending the all-white school before newness wears
and Fred Castelow, now ing Dorsey Junior High in I ber. making a decision.Mr. she can at Floral Heights.; c school udisruptlt,uNo." Fulford*
pupils Bunche Park Elemen- ty City, pending assignment at Hall is quoted as saying: Mr. Hall pointed ou, ' 59 M. hall
tary, Opa Locka, and Barbara Brownsville Junior High, which js urn my opinion it is better for state law which permits entl The hears re continued to
and Rosetta Pearson, attending under construction at 4889 NW any child in this.situation'' to con- assigned to an integrat to wfttp the appeal '
Floral._Heights. Elementary, 5120 24th 'ave., is seeking' to attend tinue in the school where she has to quit school altogethe 4 Wfih gro c'htldrenwiU
NW 24th ave. are asking to be North Miami Beach Junior, High been in attendance and where the pressed the opinion that 'A entire be heard, uplls may appeal
admitted to Fulford Elementary, 1075 NE 167th stAt staff of the school is familiar school could possibly to the St B rd of Education in
18140 NE, 18th ave. near their a hearing on Wednesday: the with the child" He said that the rupted with resultant a Tallah their applications.
homes. The schools they attend Dade School Board was asked to period of adjustment would repercussions on all pupils n- a ejec .
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37TH YEAR, NO. 9 MIAMI, ,FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1959 PRICE TEN CENTS 10 PAGES
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I 'Whites Ordered ,to Attend Orchard VillaWhen

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the Orchard Villa Elementary -- -

weeks ago School by order Integrated of the Dade two
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County' Board of Education, seVen "Pool I Segregation Host y
of the 14 white students' left
the tchool. .

One of them who ,had moved .
F' from the Orchard Villa district, End in Miami"NAACP"If
1 was granted a transfer to another
school. On Wednesday the Board
unanimously rejected the stu we cannot negotiate, 'we' --- {
dents' request for a transfer to will follow the only recourse, //WI GOULDS MAN d
other' schools and told them that have to file a suit' .'.That'.'
they may not attend any public what the Rev. Theodore Gibson CONFESSESROBBERY .
schools' this year other than Orchard
Villa.Approximately, said this week as he announced
that the Miami branch of the .
/ 400 Negroeswere MURDER "
NAACP has launched a drive '
admitted to the Orchard against racial segregation la> public -
Vine School with a colored principal swimming pools. Homestead police, .Wednesday
and faculty in charge. Some .
charged two men with first, degree -
of the white families in the area fThe militant ,leader saicj that murder and held a third asa
have decided to send their children several Negro women went to material witness in the beating-
back to school, others will Manor Park Pool, 1300 NW 80th shooting death of a Goulds man. THE LINKS' JOIN CRUSADE In a dramatic move
tend, theirs to a private school, st. last Friday but they were refused James Earl Hamilton' 19, of to stimulate local interest in the fight on cancer, the na,
and one family expects to moveto admission. A white patron 1800/ Redland Blvd., Florida City tion's No. 1 killer, the members of the Greater Miami'.
another section of the city called
a police sergeant (who
told the women that it was confessed the murder Thursday Chapter of Links is calling 'all women to a Cancer Institute
On Wednesday the Dade School against with robbery as the motive. John
to join forces in the crusade. The insitute will
the of the to admit cancer
policy city
Board assigned 22 whites to Orchard ny B. O'Neil, 22, of 1438 SW Rail-
Villa School.The Negroes to the pool. road Ave., Homestead and Albert be held on Saturday morning, Nov. 7 at 10:30: in the Ritz: ,
students may request Officials of the NAACP wiU Dotson, 20, of 541 NW 11th St. Theatre on ,2nd ave. Above members of the planning com
hearing on the decision of the ask for a conference with the I Florida City are held as materialwltnesse mlttee., They are: Seated, Mesdames Theora Houston,
board under the Pupil Assignment Miami City Manager and. the :. .. Nathaniel Colston, and Linnie Fannin. Standing: Mes
Law. City Commission. Continued on page 0 dames Gussie Dobbs, Charlotte Clark and Bernice Kemp

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I Probe Killing of Longshoreman BlondeKiller{ {y


Charles Sweeting Jr., a long

R / ,, 1I shoreman of 1700 NW 1st place, of Negro
e was killed by Patrolman Percy A 1':
Rolle'of 3191 HIllS St., Coconut

Grove, Tuesday evening, accord Held

ing to police reports. .,

The father of nine children
Sweeting is said to haye; gone to FACES FIRST
the dock to pick up his check DEGREE MURDERMrs. .
that afternoon. On his way homeit , .
A is reported that he stopped in Catherine Tressler, whiffSouth
uirry 4- : the Plantation Bar at 3rd ave. Dade numbers queen, who
and 14th It., when he got in a was charged with the fatal shooting

1 -: .w, 'Z'frI fight, knocked down one man and of Norman King on Oct. 12,
cut another. was ordered held without bail oa
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Patrolman Holle answered thee Tuesday for a grand jury Investigation

!11 at the police precinct, and after preliminary hearing
when he arrived at the scene on a first degree murder e ar....
Sweeping had left. James R. Gross
Walter
N Green,
an alleged accomplice
t' R fry 1 who said that he /vras knocked
1 down by Sweeting accompaniedRolle was freed by Peace:
in the search Sweeting was Justice Francis J. Christie because -

spotted on 14th it, near 4th ave. of insufficient.41 evidence. .. '

When Rolle and another officer Thebna Couch, in WhOM Coco
aproached him be darted behind nut Grove home King was slain.
a liquor store, then ran out '
and disobeyed the officer's command !is chief witness against the Trat-
to halt, It is reported. Then ler 'wctnan. She is reported to
:. I Rolle shot him. have told the police that she sad
.- The Jfomklde the defendant jump Into her car
Division is making
:Miss Angela Archer (center) a senior Members of the Queen's court are 1. to r. further investigation into the and drove away, with Green

biology major, Wells Ave., NW, Roanoke Miss Janie Pinckney senior, Augusta, Ga.; shooting as the testimony of Rolle. driving pass her house at the
and Gross conflict with state same time. ,
Va. chosen Homecoming Queen by
Miss Patricia Griffin junior Milford
ments made by Sweeting's :friends.
students and her attendants has
Hampton Institute A Metro ballistic expert
who will reign over Homecoming Conn.} Miss Archer; Miss Roberta Ham, Sweeting Is survived by, his testified that the bullet! taken

activities during the Oct. 23-24 .weekend sophomore Sumter S. C, and Miss Char- wife, nine children and an invalid from King's body was the one
.. mother. Funeral fired from the
unthat
arrangements was found
on the cQlIe e"-campU3. +f' :: : ,: t.--- maine Marks, freshman, Miami,., ?, ,-' are in charge of Range. I in Mrs. Tres. r'. ('convertible ,'*.*<, , ,

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Bojangles Film at iod.Admission is by free tickets
is EXA riencing' ,which will be Divert out dt the
> Main Library Main Library on Oct. 26. Tickets
niay also be obtained at the
'rhe> child-star, Shirley entote branches If they are requested In
of and the famous tap dancer Bill advance.
Erosion iberties Robinson will appear at the MI-I
ami Public Library on Oct ,
Don't
830 pm. in The Little Fret Fight!
In the past lour years, the, r individuals, 11 of them white Tenn This 'film 'which wa$ Colonel'j Join The NAACP
south has experienced widespread shot and wounded in racial incidents 2 conspiracies to bomb schools, 1935 is laid in the Civil
erosion of individual liberties, ; In Charlotte and Clinton;
report released recently assp ed. 44 persons beaten;: 7 churches bombed, one of whichwas -- - - -- --; - ._ --- - - -:;'P".-
It listed 530 specific Cses of 5 stabbed; for whites; an attempt
violence, reprisals and ntlmida- J[ Negro emasculated; I made to bomb another church; ENROLL NOW IN
tion in the 11 Sout ern states bombings of houses (in one of 1 church burned, in Memphis
,during the four-x ar !Period from these* incidents, at Clinton, and another church stoned; ,SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor
January 1, Ig'M ,tQ January 1, Tenn., 30 homes were damagedby 4 synagogues or Jewish centers
1959: a single blast;) attempted bombed, in Miami, Nashville, a Life Long Profession
The r by the "$(theastern Office of the 15 homes struck by gunfire and 3 bombing:: attempts on Jewish Florida's Oldest Reliable and ,Complete School
,
Amy an Friends Service Com-' 7 homes stoned: building in Gastonia, N.C., Bir-
ee, the Department ,of Racial 4 schools bombed, in Jackson- mingham and Charlotte. FR
and Cultural Relations of the National I ville, Chattanooga and Clinton, 1011 N.W: 2nd Avenue 4-9998

Council of, Churches: and
the Southern Regional Council.
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper"
The cases were drawn from the
general press of the nation and in PAGE ,2 SATURDAY OCTOBER 24, 1959
,
large part .from Southern news- Back'' To SchoolTeachers
papers. The list was confined to
occurrences attributable to the Increased -
racial tensions of the past NEGRO 'To put' it another way," Dr.
fow years. Crimes ,which are part, Cannon continued, "do you realize Special for
of other continuing social and legal -' PROFESSIONALSHAVE that 97 per cent of Negroes ,
problems werq not used. economically and 99 percent educationally -
GOOD DEALNEW less able than
The sponsoring agencies emphasized are you
that while the report I to suport:;: the cause of their. advancement YOU-who are standing-' your feet all
YORK D "
Dr George
dealt only with the vio I ? .
lent reactions to the desegregation angry Cannon, NAACP Fight for Free- The purpose of the FFF dinner day.YOUwhose.
decisions another account could dom Fund Dinner co-chairman is threefold. It will honor Miss
,
be given of patience, responsibility this week suggested that Negro 'I Marian Anderson, stimulate interest nerves stay on edge
dcn't realize ,
and I professionals 'they and participation in theAssociation's
courage good will by both "
whites and Negroes. have it so good. life membership YOU-who always feel tired and be-
However, it was added, "We In appealing for support of the program and specifically raise
feel an 'obligation to call attention Association's third annual $100 $100,000 toward the Association's draggled
to the dangers posed by the per-couple dinner, this year slat- national budget.Faithful .
record dangers for which all of ed for Dec: 6 at Naw York's fa-
us, through silence or inaction, 'mous Commodore Hotel, Dr. Can- FollowingAfter I YOU-who complain; poor circulationand
must share the responsibility." non gave his, telloiw professionals
The record, cited as evidence of I some hard statistics. I .getting autographs from cramps in hands, feet and legs
the deterioration of law, and order "Being a, professional," Dr Clint Walker, Edd Byrnes, John
in the South since the 1954- Cannon advised Negro lawyersand Russell, Andra Martin and virtu. YOU-with muscular aches and pains
59 school desegregation decisionsof doctors 4\puts\ you in the top, ally every member cf the east
the Supreme Court of the U.S. three percent of Negroes economically -; and chew of Warner Bros. "Yel ,
includes' : and the top one percent lowstone Kelly" while shooting on YOU
6 Negroes killed; educationally" location in Arizona, two littl-i
boys, about seven, continued ti, Men and women alike are in need of the services of
hang around the hotel ground:* Y


Court Stand on Pupil las late Finally got into worried,the director evening.about Gordon the Doug.kids Gk

!JnALtH RfIlliCING ,
I being out so late, so asked them
what they wanted. I .
Their reply was: "We've wait-

Placement Disappointing j in:j for haven't, the got Warner their brotherswestill autographs"! 601 N.W. 2nd Ave.MiamiI

- "Yellowstone Kelly," Technicolor -
PHONE FRanklin
NEW YORK Action of the cess and relieves school boards oltheir production, starts Sunday at I 1-2771 2-10, p.m.
United States Supreme Court in constitutional obligation to the Capitol Theatre.

refusing to review tiwo North initiate steps to desegregate with L: '!! !I.T"! _
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Carolina cases challenging the 'all deliberate speed. 4 =
constitutionality cf the state's "However," the Board asserts,
pupil placement law is deploredby "it need not mean the end of the For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-CallBONDED !
the National Assocation for the public school desegregation (pro-
Advancement of Colored Peqple. cess, but to a significant degree '
The Association's board of Directors the court's action shifts the bur-
adopted a resolution at t& den from the school authorities to COLLECTION!
regular monthly meeting here on Negro parents. It imposes upon :
Oct. 13, expressing regret that the them the obligation to take posi-
'court on Oct. 1 rejected petitions tive st0s to see that their children -
for' reyiew of the cases. are enrolled in schools of .
"The North: Carolina statutes, their choice. The school boardsare --
like those of other states," the resolution merely required to provide a AGENCY
asserts, "is designed to means through which parents desiring Inc.
impede and frustrate .full imple- to remove their children r;
mentation of the Supreme Court's from: Inferior Jim Crow institu- x I
decision outlawing racial segrega- tions may enroll them in none !
tion in ;public education." segregated schools.
In addition to North Carolina, "Further, the Supreme Court's i \' t '
such laws have been passed by refusal to revidw the cases Imposes : .
Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, upon local branches of the "Subscribing fully to the old ;'< r
Louisiana, Tennessee, Texas and NAACP the duty to encourage a
Virginia. large number of parents to request BONDED \
"In administering these laws, transfer. The advantage of MOTTO: :
the school boards make no effortto non-isegregated education must be ,
desegregate the' school system, made clear to parents through an If I must live a better life-others. mint ''1 1'
but reluctantly approve the trans- intensive educational. ,program. In -- \
fer of a few Negro 'pupils out of areas where the segregated pat- ., do so too.-Russell'
the segregated schools," the resolution tern still (prevails this should be ..>....
points out. "This latest the primary task of the NAACP + ,:
court action encourages' this pro- branch."
MR. ERNEST RUSSELL
Chief Clerk .

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The PeopU Newspaper" '

Cambridge Leads AggiesOver I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1959 PAGE 3 t,




Maryland. State Hurricanes Clash with, .


GLNSft01tO, N.C T h f and ,A 10-yard pass from Otis: smother Fred Weaver's kick at I
A and T College Aggies pushed I Perry to Johnny Wardlaw. ,I the Maryland 18, Jim Mitchell,
across bite touehdtxwii early irt the Cambridge kicked the extra Agile quarterback covered on the Auburn Friday
first period! and converted Ablbcked point to !put the Aggies out front Maryland 7. Two plays later,
,thin! ihto another mid- 70.A Harold Carrillo blasted over from m
way the J finial stdnii id whIp blocked ,punt set up the Ag- the four. Bernard Anderson's try I The University of Miami Friday I I the Plainsmen are flowing with*
Maryland State College, 130 gies second touchdown. Wardlaw, by run for the extra points was night will face cne of the biggestand I giant-sized tackles. Four of their
here at Memorial Stadium of. a senior end, Crashed through to I short toughest lines in the United top tackles total 1,000 pounds
Saturday afternoon. I States, when the Auburn Tigers They are starters Billy Wilson
More than 10,000 fans, on hand come to Miami to renow football) and Ken Rice and second stringers -
for the main event of the Aggie: North Dade Delray MAYS DOWNSLAKESHORE I relations with the Hurricanes in Teddy Foret and George
homecoming1 weekend, witnessedthe I the Orange BcUl. Gross. Each tips the scale at 250
contest. Auburn's starting, wall will average pounds.
Fight to 13.13 Tie 19.6
223 pounds to the man and Tom Pratt, University of Miami
'Maryland State, considered the will held something like a 12- scout who last Saturday was In
team most likely to capture the In a (game played in a drivingrain By Wilbert Mason to the : weight advan- the stands as Auburn knocked off
conference flag from the defend. I the North Dade High School pound man wall. the ,nation's No. 4 ranking team,
I the Miami starting
ing champs, had sixof their Thunderbirds of Ota Looka, and The Mays High Rams downed tage over Georgia Tech, calls the Auburn
drives stalled by Aggie defense Carver High of Delray Beach the Lakeshore High Hornets 19-0 Some Miami experts call the line "the greatest I've ever seen."
power. They penetrated within battled to a 13-13 tie Saturday in a game played Friday night Auburn wall stronger than that
the Aggies 25 yard line to the 23, afternoon at the North Dade Oct. 16 at Belle Glade. of mighty Louisiana State, national -
24,, 11 and 15, and twice within Field. After driving 25 yards fullback'I champs! who, have been ARMSTRONG
the 35 yard markers, but on each .. Bob Cunningham went over from whitewashing teams right and
occasion, their hard running' Dade scored early in the open- the 2 yard line to put the Ram left for the 'past tiAro years. MANOR HOMES
backs were contained at the Crucial -, ing period on an 18-yd.' run by out front. Auburn has two All.-Amerlcans: Call Ora D. Taylor
Halfback' Dame which climaxed in the second '
Roy Early quarterLakeshore's
points. in the line, center Jackie Burkett Reg. Real Estate BrokerCE
a, 30-yd drive. The try for quarterback. Johnny
and left guard Zeke Smith. Also, 5.4246
The 'Maryland 'defense was point was missed. Vickers sped over from the threeon
outstanding at all points on the The Thunderbirds increased a quarterback keep play to tio
field, holding the Aggies to a their lead in the second period, the score. I
mere 70 yards on the ground and when Fullback Louis Roger In the third quarter the Rams
14 via the air route. plunged over frcm the 4. Halfback) quarterback Johnny Fletcher t
The brightest offensive threat James Floyd added the point. ona threw a 33 yard. touchdown :pass -
thrown by the Aggies were Dick sprint around end. I I to fullback Frank Woods. Cecil
Westmoreland and Eugene Cam- Young carried for the extra pointto
bridge, breakaway threat from r, Carver moved into the scoring put the Rams in the lead 13-6 f
Miami's Carver High, the latter column at the opening of the Walfback Murman Gatewood
leaving the game with an injury, third stanza, when Halfback Ben made the longest run of the nighta
early in the game. Ooldbrooke caujht the kickoff 35 yard touchdown scamperon gwltN .
and ran 95 yards for touchdown. a double reverse. \ ra
The Aggies scored after three Halfback Larry Johnson added Willie Birts, Henry Harris, and 3 r
minutes of the first quarter as the point on another end run. Le'n Conley /were outstanding on :i ia
Cambridge shot off tackle from The Delray Boys tied the score defense for the Rams. "-
the five yard line. The tally :climaxed later in the third period. Halfback -, Five Mavs lush girls arrived
a 35 yard drive. The key Bud Jones sprinted 19 yards'for after the first half but were readyfor
plays in the drive were an 18 a touchdown. The attemtped the second half as''a substitute
yard end run by Westmoreland conversion was no good. I cheering squad. The girls were:
Queen Owens, Alma Brown Mar-
garet Cooper, Josephine Brown,


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f. : r A 14-year-old expectant mother -
By PAUL R. HENRY ,was charged in the Magistrate
-.. Court on Oct. 10 with kidnapping
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I"I"p" a two-month old daughter of
Ray E. Green, State, Comptroller m F )A Emilia Oliver during her absenceon
that
this week
announced the previous day. The girl was
will be distributed -
race tracks tax
held for medical observation.
two months earlier this yearto
ease financial difficulties of Thurston 76 #'of Hos-
at 1112 N.W.' Third Ave., Miami Florida-Phone FR, 3.2236 some smaller counties. Joseph ,
Plant at' 6740( N W. 16th Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 pital Lane, died at the Princess
----- -- .- _.. The amount of $670,000 will be Margaret Hospital on Oct. 14.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: distributed on Nov, 3, $10,000
ONE YEAR $4.50: SIX MONTHS $2.75 THREE MONTHS $1.70 going to each county., "1 wish to offer my apologies
for the unprovoked assault -whichI
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES Editor The British, Government on committed upon you in Bank
Garth C. Reeves, Managing Editor and Business Manager Monday eased .up' on restrictionsfor Lane on Sept. 29, 1959," Randol
the amount of money (foreign p" F.' Fawkes said in a letter to
Entered<< us Second ("Jal Matter: Aujmst 0, 1027, at the Post Office currency) British travellers may Lewis W. Bealer, Tribune re-
nt Miami, Florida, tinder he act of March 8, 1870 take abroad. Beginning Oct. 31 porter. Bealer accepted, and the
$750 Instead of just $250 as at magistrate permitted the case
present. i against Fawkes to be withdrawn
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKTHE
on Oct. 14. .
No mere dollar money. Not
BIBLE from the TV Quiz show anyway.
Recently there has been much discussion about the CBS has cancelled all its quiz

Bible being read and prayers said in our public schools. shows. Falsifications have been I 75TT
reported. Investigations are being i
Oswald B Thompson this week
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The matter has even been taken to the courts.In .
made, and John Q. Public is say became the first Negro to hold
Pennsylvania a Federal Court ruled that a state ing, "I thought this business was the job of Labor Foreman In the
law requiring Bible reading in public schools is unconstitutional a racket." I Miami Post Office.

In one of our courts a similar Florida law has Well the programs were inter- I Mr. Thompson, a native of Mi-
been attacked. One of the complainants claims that following esting and plenty of people bene- I ami lives In Opa Locka with his
Wife and three children. He attended -
the daily Bible readings, teachers sometimes make fitted. So just say, goodbye top high school here and serv-
dollar, I didn't catch you.
comment on religion. sorry ed In the Navy during the war.

Bible reading without comment is required by the Americans 'paid $1,662,000,000 He entered the Post Office In .
Florida Law. more income tax last year than 1945 as a mail handler and in
1957 promoted to general
: was
The law is a good one and it would be a pity to repeal they did the year beforeIn I mechanic. Because of his efficient AJ

it. Far better would it be to take the necessary mea. 1958 \\We'paid $34,000,000,000a service he was !given the job of
sures to make the laws constitutional. record amount. Labor Foreman with a salary of 11s a

'V'hat.is the Bible? It is the sacred writipgs of the Right here remember it's tax-II $5,215 annually.RACIAL .

Old and New Testament-. Gods' Word, at least to Chris- ing time right now. Business licenses I BIAS
tians. are due, and the city and
For five generations; beginning at Jamestown and county are sending out tax bills.! SIGNS ORDERED
look
U haven't as yet
you yours
Plymouth Rock, the' children of Colonial schools took the out for it. next week. I DOWN
Bible daily as the basic textbook of their study. 7

Here ,are some notable sayings about the Bible : Metro, like a growing child, MEMPHIS, Tenn. The Interstate ... Ra
continues to have its troubles. Commerce Commission BROSKER BRISBON
Abraham Lincoln : "I believe the Bible is the beat This week Metro's Court Clerk Tuesday ordered the Continentaland
gift God has ever given to man. All the good from the James Crawford complains that Greyhound Bus Lines to remove Funeral services for the wor-
Saviour of the world is communicated to us through this warrants for 2,200 law violatorsare segregation sLgns at the shipful master of the Masonic
waiting and rest in their Lodige No. 438, the late Brosket
book." gathering dust, for lack of rooms
help., They need handcuffs I Memphis terminals. Brisbon will take place at the
W. E. Gladstone : "I have known 'ninety-five of the guns. Seems as if cars they will needa I Restaurants in the bus termi- Greater New Bethel Baptist

world's great men in my time, and of these eightysevenwere new ,jail soon. Crawford! says nal are not affected by the order Church of Opa Locka Rev. W. K.

followers of the Bible." The Bible is stamped with they are ready to hire four additional and will remain segregated. Srriith. pastor Saturday also Oct. affiliated 24-,
2 p.m. Mr. Brisbon was
Specialty of Origin and immeasurable distance process servers. How
an
sep about with a private detective
hiring two Negroes for this
CHECK FORGER'CAUGHT
arates it from all competitors." work Mr. Crawford? service of Opa Locka. He :resided -

George Washington : "It is impossible to rightly gov- with his wife Ruth 'and

ern the world without God and the Bible." SPORT WISE: The 1 Chicago daughter, Labrosker (Other Sandy) at
16145 NW 20th ave. sur-
Napolean: "The Bible is no mere book, but a Living White Sox has sold outfielder A bad-check artist wanted by vivors are four brothers, three
Creature, with a power that conquers all that oppose it." Larry, Doby to San Diego. Doby authorities in at least three states sisters and several other relatives.
has record ball
quite a as a player -
found in Homestead
guilty
was Interment in Lincoln.
Queen Victoria : "That book accounts for the
supre- but had bad luck. In August Metro Court Tuesday of cashing -
macy of England." he broke his ankle and was out worthless checks. "He was sen- I .

U. S. Grant: "The Bible is the sheet-anchor of our for the rest pf the season. tenced to 90 days.

liberties." Hank Aaron of the Milmauflree Robert J. Keeler 39, (was convicted also attended

Daniel Webster : "If there is anything in my thoughtsor Braves tops the list in the Na- a Homestead of cashing supermarket.two bad checksat He; William C. Lassiter son of Mr.

style to command, the credit is due to my parents for Associated tional League according to the was arrested by city police Friday and Mrs. Sylvester Lassiter, is
Press statistics released ,
with his from Detroit
instilling in me an early love of the Scriptures. If we abide on Monday. Aaron had 46 when he attempted to cash a visiting, Mich. family -

by the principles taught in the Bible, our country will go doubles, 7 triples and 39 home check Homestead.at the First National Bankof

on prospering and to prosper; but i if we and our posterity: runs amony his 223 hits for an
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neglect
and authority, no man can tell how
'
629 times at bat. Al Kaline of 2-Bedroom House
sudden a catastrophe may overwhelm us and bury all our the Detroit Tigers led theAmeri Personal Mention
glory in profound obscurity." can League with a .530 average. with cottage in rear
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was
Patrick on of
Henry: "The Bible is ,worth all other books out. Completely, Furnished
which have ever been printed.' 511 at bats. He had 167 hits, nine Ben Brice well known Miami
doubles two tripples and 27 home Corner
returned to
Neither must we forget our pledge of allegiance and runs. man-about-town
Miami on Saturday from his annual ..1401 N.W. 58th Terr.
on our coins are inscribed the words: IN GOD WE TRUST summer stay in Stamford, Ready to move' in
Tn
Philadelphia
on Monday N.Y Mr Brice left Miami on
night 4.930 fans saw two ion. where' he Balance like rent
CRUELTY AT MENTAL HOSPITAL Thursday for Nassau
I ranking welterweights bi remain about ten days. Down'
jvill for $500
The NAACP revealed this week that it had a report out !In a scheduled iUe-rlt'' He will then return to Miami

from an inmate that Negro patients 'in the Mental Hos- tbat ended In the ninth round where he will spend the rest of :'

pital "at Chattahoochee were treated as slaves and that when" Charlev Scott was awarded the season. Goodman'sReal
q KO over Garnet
(Sugar! ) Hart.
While in Nassau, Brice will visIt -
some of them had been beaten into unconsciousness.The *"'iferee Joe Sweeney stopped the and
his brother, Frank, other
Rev A. Leon Lowry who called for action by the flsfht. relatives. In Miami he will live' Estate

.NAACP quoted excerpts from a letter written by a pa- at 927., NW 05th St. He sends a

tient who signed it with an X to conceal his identity and land Tuesday World night Featherweight In London Chamo Eng- big friends.helb: to all of the many I 2688 N.W. 62nd St.

prevent retaliatory action. r>'wev Moore floored the British .

Among other things the patient wrote : Champion Bobbv Nelll four times The following Daughters attended OX 1-0380

"I have actually seen patients beaten with metal 'crowd n the first of round. A disappointed the Gala Celebration in
11,000 witnessed this Night MU 1.7740
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Tampa : Bessie Bs-
chains, rubber hoses and boards. I. have seen them un'justly' battle, If We can call It one. thune, last year's queen of 1515;

,kicked and beaten until they lose consciousness. Cora Salmon Lana B. Simmons; ". ... ..-
Ninety-eight percent of these, beatings are ordered by Miami On Wednesday night !In the Rosebud Byrd Mattie Williams, 4.

white supervisors." erweifhts Beach Luis Auditorium. Wel- Alice Cash, Mary Dean, B. Louise! Your Vote is Needed
Rodriguez and
,
!Rolle
Ill Comm. The sessions
The matter was to be considered at the State meet- T!sanc L"' ?art battled It out with'RodrlquP9
ing of the NAACP held in Pensacola this week. Lowry the winner. It was Losrart's were the D3U1 inspiring hters. Noble and! enjoyed E. Wallace by I Register to Vote!

. would ask that a resolution be passed calling upon Gov. The 14th defeat In 76 fights. .
decision was unanimous. ---
LeroyiCollins} to conduct an investigation at the hospital.

Whether these, reports are true or not, an investigation Conrad Hilton International
should be made. It is bad enough to illtreat any human hotel owner was In Miami this 1 1You
week. The reason is in connec-
&
being, but when the sick and mentally-deranged are tion with a $3,000.000 motel that

illtreated, it's a terrible crime. he is going to build on a 10-acre
tract purchased (from National
Airlines. The site Is at LeJeune
EBONY FASHION displayed (garments' from France road across from the airport.
Germany, Sweden, India
Italy
Rumor has It that Hilton will
SHOW SUCCESS and the United States. The very also purchase the Eden Rock at
large audience was thrilled by the Miami Beach. ,a. r" r>I wuer
'IEbony Fashion Show, the na- fabulous fashions displayed.Mrs. .
tion's only traveling fashion dis- Earl Mizell heads the ,
play was held last Sunday afternoon group of AKA's sponsoring this
at the Dade County Audi- affair. 'Mrs. Vernald Burroughsand Your Vote i Nppf'lp w

torium and was a big success: In Mrs. Sam Harrison served as to fight the forces, that seekto
spite of Inclement weather. I co-chairmen for the occasion. OX 1.6:21
The Bhow: was narrated by tal- Following the show the AKA's keep you a Second Class
ented Mrs. Freda De KnIght. I were host to the models at the I Citizen.
Eight of the nation's leading: home of Mr. 'and Mrs. Dan Fran- .

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Members of the 'B and P Club of Murrell ; Frazier, Mrs. Vir --V."r-

YWCA met at the home of Mrs. Willie F. \ Jo Ann Spence",

Oct. 6 to plan their activities for the ensuing year. \ Third row

bers attending the meeting were : seated left to Mrs. Lenora

Miss Helen Trotman, corresponding 'secretary ; Mrs. Mrs Zel- ay
lyn Bethel, reporter; Mrs.. Willie F. Williams vice ; Manning Miss
Miss Gloria Braynon, president; Mrs. Gloria Johnson ,
retary ; Pauline Johnson, chaplain ; Mrs. Tresi will be held "'J ".'

assistant secretary. Second row : Mrs Helen S. \ November G ,it'1-s"

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Most of the ideas contained in for generations. World War I Title of next show
this column and that of next week steady flow of Negroes '''Wedding in Goose Hollow'
have been taken from an article Democratic party and
a.i.pearinj several years ago in zation have been given as Amateur Show
the magazine America, and was for this problem coming to a !I / Every TuesdayThe
written by Professor Leslie W. In the past fow years. The ...
Dunbar, of the Department of Political gence within the Negro Triple.Crown j
Science, Mount Holyoke ity of able leadership l TALENT SHOW
College. by a considerable number' of
cated and hopeful Every Thursday
DELAY OF SUPREME COURTIt within the last ten years I I
appears now that it was haps as important as any Floor Show EveryFri.
very unfortunate that the Supreme It Is still not largely : Sat., Sun.
Court allowed a full year stood !/by the white people !
toelapse between its JIW4 decis- United States that the Negro Music by
ions and its 1955 implementingorder. DIZZY JONES
his victories during the the'T
During this long period, it cade or so almost ,wholly And His Orchestra
is well established now that pub- II 1
own efforts. Despite all Bobby Marshall M.C.
lic sentiment in the South was White .
no leadership of
given a long enough period in influence has come --
:which to definitely crystallze into champion in the South the
support'of the more extreme tives' which the Negrowants.
political leaders. At least w. can the
cause alternative is
say that this sentiment has been significant white leadership T MARKET
given most publicity. It is doubt- come forward soon;
ful 'whether these political lead- and women who will I"I
ers of the South represent the
new order and will work
quiet as well as the vocal white Negro leadership to \ : N. 62nd StreetCOURTEOUS
people. At any rate, one would This Is already
like to believe they do not. lated instances, but the
Public sentiment, or public Southern wisdom lies in how SERVICE
opinion does not really form until this new lueadershlp can I
people are confronted with South Carolina, Georgia,
actual, concrete s tuaticns. Regarding sissippi and the areas of 4
the Supreme Court decisions plantation country.
on segregation in public >>
education, these concrete situations SOUTHERN POLITICIANS Low Prices
may take three forms. OneIs -
leads to
the fiasco over Autherine Lucyat Practically us ,
the University of Alabama, that such white leadership
when Miss Lucy moved to exer- be induced to appear much .
cise her right to attend the schoolof than .the present furor
e.
her choice. The rabble crowd promise. One strong reason
used this situation to express growing Negro vote in the
Southern sentiment. The quiet In a very short time the Inc. PL :4-4685
Southerners gave passive consent of the South must come to
to it. with this vote. There are
mistakable signs that I
The second kind of situation DUPLEX'
Southern political leaders I
... happens when external pressure to national leadership. If
.
Southern reaction.It
requires some I
political leaders continue
can be that such ,
may
pressures I
the flame of their '
be wise and purposeful as the On Your Lot
Department of Justice's interven- cause of segregation will be ,
tion In Hoxie, Ark., in the fall 'ground steadily, because
of 1955 when the quiet work of men political understand leadership cannot that N.W 56th Street
the department helped a courageous

. for integration school board off to the get streets the battle and by tion.champions of racial luded at No Extra Cost

into the courts where the Another very interesting 0 Custom Kitchen Cabinet
school board won. this: white Intellectuals e Terrazzo Floors Throughout

The third sort of situation will most unanimously shunned fk Jalouiy Window and Doors
when white communities segregationist camp. They
happen asked by their leaders to not be particularly active Tile Bath-Choice of Colors
are
make sacrifices or to accept Inconveniences Negro's behalf, but they f, Colored Fixtures in Bath
themselves, that is: nothing to do with the O Over 1500 sq. feet Under Roof
There is much hlstpjrlcal .
would the white people, for example -
accept abandonment of the to prove that no
for the cause lasts long when ito
public schools as the price Inc.
preservation of segregation. This tual defenders desert it. ,

has happened in Little Rock and ------ ,
In Virginia.
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My people? Who are they? Satin. Ever heard the conversa- Your Lot
I went Into the church where the tion of a group of boys walking
congregation down the street? If they knew as
Worshipped my God. Were they much English as they did pro-
my people? fanity they would be A studentsin ca..
I felt no kinship to them as they Mrs. Jaccb's ('bless her) class. 5
knelt there. On our way from home In the
My peoplel! Where are they? mornings going to work we hear k
I went Into the land where I was the most indecent language from.
born, youngsters we have ever heard,-
t
Where from girls, especially. Maybe
men spoke my language Complete building. service
I was a stranger there. this one may clear the censors:
"My people," my soul cried "Who Five girls switching along 15th PLANNING
are my people?" ave. Monday morning discussing
everything but school. One pipesup BUILDING

MANY OF OUR Churches this' : ''Child I a/n't/ studyin' him. FINANCING
Sunday will vibrate //with Htoly; Just 'cause he bought me a blousehe Your Now Homo
Hosannas to God and Inspiring thinks he owns all of me." ARE OUR GIRLS "SKILL" IS SECRET OF
speeches about the woman's lot Something ,need to be done? REPAIRING
In this atomic world as dozenscf Of course! Playgrounds, recreational SUCCESS REMODELING
facilities? bawling alleys? MISSING BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES
churches celebrate Woman's There is no secret ,.formula RENOVATING
Shuhl May help one or two, but
which gives decided lilt up
Day.Some you a
of our leading women in teenagers with his "I'm no chicken" ?
that ladder to success. "S" is the Over Twenty Years of
complex' ihs abundant of energy -
religious, fraternal and commun-
letter to look for in the fascinat
ity work will grace the various their desire to hurry and By Norma Lee Perkins for ANP ing, ever changing (world of business Construction Experiences
:,
pulpits and bring the audiences. grow into manhood and woman- Guaranteed Satoofactlon'
; Some of our girls are missing "S" for skill. Even though
messages worthy of listening to hood, perahps to escape home out on wonderful opportunities to progress brings about constant
domination will still be with
These. speakers are experienced us. get ahead in th-e business \world, changes in the business world, 9 7&mV
We ibelieve that witha
orators, both local and from over though,
but then others (like the capable one thing remains the same: to
firm hand
and
good training,
,
the state. the teenage deviltry will vanish Miss ,pictured above) are makinga get ahead, to 'keep progressing, IDrnro
Besides speeches and worshiping in Versatile flexible
'for themselves a highly: ; you must foe ,
from the majority as they be-
there will be good fellowship, competitive field.I able to change with the times. NE 5-6171
come matured and will be pillarsin
a little frivolity and dinners serv- should say their 'operating With the proper training andloi
ed on ,the ground or !In the kitchen the us ccmmunlty.ask of If you staunch don'tbelieve skill' and their training is makinga brush-up courses at a well- 1121 N.W. 29th Street
annex. any our place for them. Once, a great equipped school stocked with the i Miami I
what their' life
citizens teen was
One or two churches will bo many doors were slammed in' a latest in standard (brand bustnes'j
like
celebrating Men's Day also. For great many faces because those machines, you can be ...
Instance, St. Paul AME of Coconut faces were of a darker hue than answer the door when opportunity -
Grove where Judge W. R. An Open Letter to, their white brothers and sisters. knocks.

Court Cubreath will be of the Dade's speaker Juvenile for the All Members of FORMAL BUSINESS I '

morning worship and Rev. Phillip: Northwestern PTA TRAINING A "MUST" ARMSTRONG 100
Cooper of Carver High Schoo) I
will do the honors for the night I Dear Parent: Today, doors are still being, MANOR HOMES
worshippers( I Don't 'be a "drop out" parent. slammed en job-seekers, but the"why" USEDTVs
Call Ora D. TaylorReg.
Miss Marie White 'Will speak at Stand by your teenager! While of it differs. Today those
Mt. Zion in Orlando he attended Elementary School in the executive suites are asking: Real Estate BrokerCE
you realized the importance of questions like this: "Have you I 5.4246Mortgage
Mrs, B, L. Thomas of Jackson
yule peaks at Greater Bethel. belonging to a PTA. Now that his e had formal business training?"
Mrs. Irene Pratt and Mrs. Lltltcla in high school it's Just as important "Have you a certificate from an '
for you to belong to the accredited business school?" "Can
Hepburn will be the
on rostrum
for worshippers at St. Mat high school association Your you operate an electric typewriter NO
thews Baptist Church. teenager still needs encuragement, cut a stencil, type, 100
( guidance and understanding. words a minute?" etc. LoansON
Mrs.
Athalie '
Range local bua-
inesswcman has been, Now is the time when he ex Now that we can no longer fallback MONEYDOWN'
engaged to
help St, Paul Baptist celebrate plores new interests, tests his capacities on that tired excuse, "they
Its Woman's Day and learns to knqy him wouldn't hire me because of my HOMES, APARTMENTS
Mrs. Helen Dorsett will be self. Though ,he searches for In race," we must endeavor to get LOTS BUSINESS
at t ,
St. Mary's W. M Church. dependence and self-direction h e that "extra something" (which
Allen Chanel AME will will toe counting on you for guidance will prepare us for our "big PROPERTY .
the audience Mrs. present and help. Don't let him worry chance" in the world, of business.
Sarena
Allen. through his problems alone. I|I Combine all your 'monthly rr .
Reassure him by In this instance that extra bills
working with into small
one paymentand
With so many Women's Dayson him Administrators and teachers something is professional training -
the calendar for this Sunday need your expressed Interest and on advanced business ma-: still have some money 4
with such able speakers, it is impossible friendly cooperation chines. left.

to catch them all, so pick Even with the most modern Today, most (business institutions
out your favorite speaker or plant and equipment, a high and certainly our collegesand Phone FR 9.8531
church and worship' you wont school alone can't prepare teenagers universities! are equippedwith '
regret itBEING for all the challenges ahead the latest in modern bus Evening NE 3-6754

Administrator and teachers need iness machines. Therefore, !it
A TEENAGER and almost you as a partner In educating to would take very little effort on
a Juvenile delinquent once day's youth as a member of the the ,part of the prospective student -, AMERICAN CREDIT"
upon a time, we hesitate to severely hijh school PTA You share this to investigate and seek out I
criticize the teens of today partnership and help win greater data which would lead him (or "BETTER TIMES ON TIME"

They and are behaving Just, as you support for your school by Interpreting her) to the school which could j I I N14
I used to when we (were its program to the public. better benefit, meet all his needs. IT1A"
teens, but they are more brash (Don't be a "drop-out" parent!
and outwardly impudent. Do you Show your continued Interest In
remember when ;you learned how youth and in the school by Joining I I
to smoke
by sneaking a puff your PTA. Participate In setting
In the bathroom ,under the house up standards of (behavior
with your buddies? Drink beer? Take'an active part in commun Central Life Insurance Co.

Steal mangos? Cuss, because i it 1 ity affairs. Cooperate in building
made you lock or feel grown to a 'igood public relations between IS HAPPY TO OFFER FOR YOUR
use profanity? Well It's no dil f', the school and the community.
CONSIDERATION THEIR
with the little brats now adays.

Except the teens have Improved

on us used-to-be teeners. They I TOOTHACHE CUIl./lt.. &t, New Family Group Plan
don't steal mangoes, they stick up' II 'or ssw Ulf ...
you "n'
fcr It' to tilt IeE "Illy III"
money. They don't sneak' behind ..tn tut.
the house to puff' ciggies, for rou lORA I hid hln ORA'JW Father, Mother, Children-All Under One Premium

they smoke their ''king size open; IlAllhIIIseconds.n New-borns Automatically Insured at Birth
ly on the way to school
their n AT NO INCREASE IN PREMIUM
flip-tops plainly showing t % .
the shirt !pockets. No beer, pops,I I Very Economical
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HAMILTON lege librarian, is chairman of the
group.
WATCH CO. TO Presentation of the awards will .
be made by an executive of Ham-
PRESENT AWARDS ilton Watch Company who will
cite the recipients for outstanding -
LANCASTER, Pa. Presentation contributions beycnd the call
of the first Hamilton-Mary of their regular assignments.
McLecd: Bethune AJwards for
Outstanding community service, Magnolia Hospital ,:
will ,be a highlight of the 1959 .
honors Convocation to be held at News /
Bethune-Cookman College, Daytona -
Beach, Fa. on Oct. 28. There's lots of activity at Mat;.
Established Jointly (by the college nolia Hospital these days with
and the Hamilton Watch Co. plans for the new expansion program .. '
ol Lancaster, Pa., \the awards will finalizing. Nevertheless .'
be presented to a faculty member business has been 'goIng on an .,
and a student who, through usual.
voluntary service to the Institution Baby boys were born to Mrs
and the community, exemplify !- Lola Lee, Mrs. Ernest Dukes .
the "leadership, service Chris- Mrs. Leroy Floyd and Mrs. James 11II'
$5,000 Dunbar This marks the first such appoint- E. A Manley $10; Mrs. Bertha H. tian life .citizenship" of tho Home Mothers and babies are If
ment in Florida I Reid $5; and Mrs. Sidney Block late, beloved Mrs. Bethune, doing fine.Accident. .:;
The Dedication Committee was! s1.00, aho Tri-City Electric, Inc.; founder of the institution. The victim Joe Dardin has
Community Center chaired by Edna DeVeaux with Marks Bros. Paving Central Con- awards have been established in been treated and released.
the following members: Mesdames I crete Co., I. E. Schilling Co., Sam- perpetuity and will be awarded Medical patients include Lester
DedicatedDunbar Luella Thompson and Josephine I son Concrete Industries Inc., J. annually at the October convocation Coats, Lilly Stone, Lela Tatum
White; Ruby Roundtree, Cleophus D. Leverett, Banner Supply, Rev John Wllscn, Willie Fred Canady ,
Community Center the Allgcort and Humphrey Mason. Rajh Baboid, Mrs. Lee Krause, Recipients' of the awards/ which Clarence Gillls and little Sara t.
$5,500 shelter on the playgroundof Mrs. Sally Oates, music consul- I Juanita Green, Arthur Lee Evans, consist of engraved Hamilton Sanders.
Dunbar Elementary School tant, trained and directed the David Gurton, Mrs. Edmund watches, are selected by an Honors Shirley Grant underwent surgery -
was dedicated on Thursday Oct choral music; Richard Cook. dId'' Kreidler; Barbar: Lumber Co., and Awards Committee, composed to remove her tonsils and
8 at 3:15.: The need for. such a the instrumental music. Cyamon Bros and Sons, Inc., of elected faculty and staff Cheryl Dames, daughter of Ethel
facility was noted after the acquisition Donors included Kasaw and Bailey Lumbar Co., Edward Steel 1 personality and the President and Dames, head nurse at Magnolia
of a large (play area m Jordon, Builders, Inc., $500; La- Ocrp., and Touby Painting Corp., dean of the college. In selecting underwent minor surgery. All are
1957. Plans for the constructionand maskin and Markowitz, $500; also the many members of the the student recipient, the ,president recuperating quickly.Register .
'financing of the shelter were Benedict and Jcrdon: Inc. $100; various building trades unIons of the Student Government
organized by Mrs. Pearsall for- Luther L. Brooks, $500; Anony- I who gave so generously of their Association sits with the commit' Today ,. .
I tee. Mrs. Martha M. Bethel col
mer Dunbar principal after the mous $100; Leonard. Usina $25; time and work. ,
middle of the 12-rcom north wing - -- - - - - - - -
in 1958. Community leaders bus-
iness men, Labor Union membersand North Dade the worthwhileness of school I
various firms concerned with clubs; the kind of guidance given NOW RENTING !
building and supplies were con- PTA MeetsThe pupils; the extent to (which pupilsare
tacted and brought into the gen- enrolled in courses suited to
eral planning. Actual construction their ability and occupational
was completed and the shel- Ncrth Dade regular Junior-Senior meeting of High th<, plans; the methods used in handling 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments
ter put into use the latter part of pupil reoords, school finance
School PTA will be held October
Houses Stores
-literally everything about the
September. -
,26 at 8 p-m. in the auditoriumThis school. The committee spends
A 90-minute program with will be the final meeting three
days with this examination.
numbers from representative before the evaluation of the* On the third and final day the Brown Sub Coconut Grove
Dunbar pupils ranging from the :school. Parents, it is most essential .. members of the committee
report -
Dunbar Day Nursery through the for every parent every their findings to the school Liberty City Downtown
6th grade greetings from the director single parent to attend thin and the community in the school
of Elementary Education very important meeting. We need l auditorium.The .
and from: the 'president of the also the help of every interested WILSON RENTAL AGENCY Inc.
entire
Dan/bar/ PTA Unit had the versa- adult even if he does not have community is urgedto ,
tile Blanche Callqway of radio child at North Dade. give the school full support.
station WFEC as mistress of !Most of this meeting will be Mrs Agnes McCoy, 1307 N.W. 3rd Ave FR 40116Brighter .
PTA
ceremonies. Charles Lockhart devoted to the following: president
public relations officer for the A. A full explanation' \ of whatan Charles D, Wyche, principal ).
Bended Collection Agency gave evaluation is. .
the Occasion. Atty. L. E. Thomas B. The schedule of the school
who 'was introduced by Richard for the, three; day? that visitors 1 .' .,' I I
Cook faculty member gave the .vill be present. ,"1: /f":
choiijht-provoking address C. Deciding which of the many : :':I:
Father Elisha Clarke vicar of lofcsparents will. do during the : :;" :
the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation .vcek of evaluation. 1(;.
read the Dedication D. What the committee that, i "'
Service. Mrs. Pearsall then introduced visits the school will expect from .;, iJ'
guests among whom .he community. .: -J'
were Mrs. Malvina Liebman dIrector The public 'program on Sun J x .5>
of Elementary Educationand day evening, Nov. 8. Remember }
Theo flier supervisor of parents, the school belongs to theOpa f t '
Health and Physical Education, Locka Community. If it looks t P. 7 .
Luther Brooks, president of the food, you look good If it looks
Bonded Collection Agency; Mrs. bad, the Opa Locka Communitylooks ,
Lee Krause, a donor; and Dr. Ira bad. It is no stronger than I T a
P. Davis, long-time civic leader. your interest. .
Prior to the Benediction, given What is meant when we say
by Bragg Turner chairman of "Our school is being evaluated?"
Dunbar Health and Safety Com- An evaluation is an examination I :, ,
'
mittee, the audience Joined Insin.iing of. a school by a committee that: '. d I
the Dunbar School Song. represents the Southern Association -
This Dedication was the last' of Colleges and Secondary ;
official act 'of Mrs. Clora Pear Schools. The committee examines h..
sall as principal of D nbar. Following the suitability of the courses offered -
the program, she called ; the quality of Instruction; *
together the faculty and staff and the adequacy of physical facilities x'r ;
made the announcement of her e.g., the number of library iLL
appointment >by the School'Board books, kind and amount of labor-
as principal of 'the county's Limit atory equipment' tape recorden,
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PAGE 8 ,SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1959 and yours are invited to
tend the 3rd Annual Oriental
- Tea presented by Kazah Court, .. IB1TYI
117, Daughters cf lisis. Special::
I Parent ConferenceDay tea reading, Sunday, Oct. 25 4-0 Dt $

I at NorthwesternDo pm.,.\W 13th Dixie
B. Louise Rolle, is Illustrious
.yOIl..lwant the best possible
facilities for your child? Are you Ccmmandress. ,
r interested in having the best FRIDAY SATURDAY I,
a school l in the state? Is your child Legion Christmas r
,, 1 a progressing! satisfactorily? All of Gift wl+ twr _.._tAMrl
these questions and many others PartyThe BURT .
9 :.n% be 'discussed, and a common M
agreement reached If you will' American Legion Auxiliaryis IINCISl'ERDOudiIS
make the sacrifice to visit yourchild's havir; its annual Christmas :
school on Oct 30, Parent Gift; Party on Thursday, Oct. 26 ;r
Conference Day From 8:30: in the at the home of Mr':; Maymie r
x morning; until four o'clock in the Montgomery' 1760 NW 55th streetat .
8 This party is for the
evening ycu are invited to North- pjn.
uti.ci.. Veterans at Pratt Gen- and I
that ?
western, so a parent-teacher
understanding in reference to I s:a. Ho it,Hal in Coral Gables. AU HUKENCE +
your child can be definitely I murrVoers are asked to attend and
achieved. IX you demonstrate bring a friend and a gift. ollvR1L.NEM
some interest in your child, he These gifts are set on displayat .
will develop a sense of responsibility the hospital so that the patients MIN Dl6HTI! fart s5 bite.Phrl. | qay. 'r. MwM. tma A1rwnAUwwaasi ....................
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and a desire for improvement may select gifts to send to 7) b KI88EE .. .. GUY .>.>W M......
their relatives in time for Christ )

We are counting on your visit! mas. ';
Mrs Lillian Dean Johnson, wife' Wj ; }
of Albert B Johnson of 14420 Costume DanceThe Greater Bethel iteukiTY ritmutt'KB. mu.11 ;''rZY? 4'/11 '"
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Buchanan St., Richmond Heightsand ROBERT BURL TINA "if >
Miami 'beautician Ushers Say ThanksOn 1 '
a well known ,
beautifully decorated Richmond ) y
who is now the new managerof RYAN .IVESlQUISE ; N
Heights Youth Center will
Mabel's Beauty Shop, 1136 NW Sunday, Sept. 27, the No 3
ba the scene of a cuostume dance Usher Board of Greater Bethel ,
Johnson extendsa Awl
Third Ave. Mrs. 11It AtMM .
sponsored by the Richmond AME Church celebrated Its ninth w_TltllII I
her
invitation to all of .
cordial Heights Woman's Club Satur- .....MNt. ,
friends to come in and enjoy the on annual tea, which was quite a tJ .L1 AMtIt t r.. : ;\
fine service being offered atMaibel's day, Oct. 31. Billy Rolle and his success. Members wish to thank I' : (4"fDAY /& I
-rchestra will supply the music. their :friends :for the cooperation
Beauty Shop for this gala affair and will be.. given them: Prof. Charles Wil- OF
3 OPERATORS WANTED gin playing at 9 pjn. For table liams, who delivered a !wonderful -
Three licensed beauty operatorsare reervatlonslease i call Mrs. Marie I message; Dan Francis, masterof "
wanted at once at Mabel's Benn, CE 5-3496. ceremony; Miss Mary Davis, TIIUTLAW _
Beauty Shop. Interested persons I who introduced the speaker; Rev.
may apply any day at the shop, New Hours at McCullough for the invocation;
or phone FIR 1-9181. Willie Williams who was at the
Crandon :Park Zoo piano; our maporettes, Little

24th AnniversaryThe Misses Shorter, Allen, Deveaux, SUNDAY MONDAY
Winter closing hours will pre Sharpe; solos, Mrs. Versie Turner,
Social Saving Club is celebrating vail daily at Crandon Park* Zoo Lee Ruth Bradley, Ann Smith, r .
its 24th anniversary Sun- starting Oct. 25, it /was announced Josephine' MoLoyd. Readings,
day, Oct. .25 at St. Matthew AME today by A. D Barnes, direc- Mrs. Irene Brown, Jacquelyn : mII1ImI"t =Unto r PKINDIARLAHHERANK[
tor of the *
Zion Church, 628 NW 5th ave. at Dade County Depart- Love. Selection, 3 Voices. Thanksto
3:30 pjm.. Rev. Pridgen, pastor. ment of Parks and Recreation.Zoo Mrs. Laura Williams, Ernestine '
The public is invited. Mrs. Mae entrance gates will closeat Llnsey, Euturpia Newsome, Mat
Davis is president' ; Miss Ethelyn 4:30: part; Visitors within tho tie Johnson, B. Turner and our
Thompson, secretary. area may remain until 5 pjn, 'pastor for remarks. Mw.luuuno.cTOae
seven days a week. Openlqg time, Our guests: Wayside Guild of :tN MASCO; e -
Friendly Visitors 9 a.m., daily, remains the same. St Agnes, Ebenezer Ushers, Gol-I ,---- --
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and Pulpit Aid of St. James,
Needed HereOne New O. E. S. Deputy Beauticians' Unit No. 7, Hiram - '

Lodge 632, Greenleaf Social Club,,
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hour of your time is need- Silent Workers Club, Mt. Hermon, 1-
ed each week by Friendly Vsiitors, Opa Locka; our /boards and fOR 'trl-
a volunteer program. Volunteer 4w I choirs of Greater Bethel
now and give of yourself to some- 'Last but not least, our sincere '
one who needs you as a friend! .t thanks to the ushers of St. Agnesfor CINEMASCOPE 't-dj I
As a Friendly Visitors, you ,will their courteous service and EASTMAN COLOR a DlltllltlU PCT1It
visit Dade's Senior Citizens who loyal support. The president
are lonely and who would appreciate wishes to thank her committee.
a visit from someone chairmen,. Mrs. Alice Clark, Bell
who cares. You read, chat, write Hezekiah and all members of the TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
letters, encourage new interests, board for their cooperation.
or just be a sympathetic) listener. Again, thanks to aU. Returned by Popular Request I
Volunteers are needed N0wl After Mrs. Florence Washington,
,s rerscnal interview, you will president ,
receive a special training course Rev. S. A. Cousin, paster <
Then you will be ready to rendera Miss Oretha Allen, reporter UNNUMNIUMIWMIUNA r': ,

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Friendly Vlsitinij, and you bring dor Lodge No. 603, has ,been appoInted CAPITOL :
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County. Volunteer now for plan- Order of Eastern ,Stars by the I THEATRF
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98419. 158 OES and affiliated with all ,OCT2.Qe 27 28
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FAC' Concert-goers Bykota Club ,NewsA THE MIAMI TIMES.-"The Peoples' Newspaper"

,-SUSPECTS FREEDBY I The> FIne'"Arts: Conservatory has group of young ladies met SATURDAY, OCTOBki R j 24, 1959 *, )5 PAGE,'r 9
together Saturday Oct. 17 .
JUDGE formed a night,
new, exciting club including 1
I at the home of Mrs. M. Doster
'all..its: students and their

Two robbery suspects, arrested parents. Each' month."the FAC working and organized club. themselves The into Is a Cwest Club New : be selected: at the next meeting. t
purpose ,
Concert-goers .
during a wave of laundry and will attend as'a
dolntf good for others. After con- $ Every year the club has work-
restaurant robberies last August, group an outstanding ,mt i.oi or : sidering the named Jenkins-Johnson, ed on some project>> of a community -
were freed in Dade Criminal dance performance at the Dade l purpose" we Mrs. was hostess -
Court Tuesday. County Auditorium. Tickets for ourselves Bykota a word meanIng -' to the first meeting of the nature and has, 'contributed
FAC "Be Ye Kind One to Another Cwest Club at the home of Mrs. Christmas baskets to the'unfor-
Judge George E. Schulz direct.: Ooncert-goers are reduced
ed a verdict of not 25 percent. ," for which we are all gratefulto Eddie Daniels. Mrs. Mena Jack- tunate families and needly.insU. -
guilty for { Mrs. Ida Moore, a former elected and tutions. We hope this yOr' to
res-
Johnny Williams, 26, and the Jury This is indeed a terrific oppor- son was president
work harder
and
ident make
cf New York many
also :found John A. Ashley, 23. tunity for young and old alike City. Miss Naomi Espy was elected vice .
visits
more to centers.
TO begin the activities
not guilty. : tor'i&Teat musical treats are in of the president. The attendance was .
store operettas, symphonies, club, we organized into groups oftwo's. large and a profitable meeting The ladies told of their summer t'I
The men, both of 2223 NW ballet russe, famous artists. Out These groups are to (go' out was enjoyed. trips and experience The
61st St., were charged with a October treat is the delightful each week and do something for Several projects were discussed hostess served 'a very enjoyable
$2,900 robbery of Gibby Lawrence Gilbert and Sullivan operettas, someone that Is less .fortunate among them were the Variety luncheon and gave lovely prizes
at Club.Royale, 2275 NW I' "Pirates of Pengance" on Friday, than we are. We also engage in Hospital, the Youth Center, the for little (guessing games. Everyone :
62nd St., last July 26. + Oct. 23, 8:30: p.m. at Dade County soliciting food baskets for the Cancer Society and Christmas left with a happy feeling of
Lawrence, the club manager,, Auditorium. Join ,the conserva- needy for Christmas.We baskets. The specific project (will an evening well spent.
and other employes were herded tory now and enjoy its privileges are a small group in num- f
into the kitchen about dawn by I I while you might. For information: ber of fourteen. Officers are: M. '''!to'''
three bandits with 'a sawed-oU call Mrs. Nybeitg MO 5-2808. Doster president; L. CroumeU, .
shotgun and a .32 caliber vice; Albertha Stuart, recording t
pistol.
secretary; Doris Foulkes GROCERY STORE EQR. SALE?:
Last Aug. 14, Williams was acquitted assis- 't'
of tant; A. Mulleins, treasurer M.
a charge of robbing the charge growing out of a $11,000 ;
Reeves
Mayflower Restaurant 1400 NW financial secretary; G. J
pay-roll robbery at Riverside Gaitor GOOD BUSINESS-NICE LOCATION 0
27th ave. He still faces a similar I Laundry.Around parliamentarian; L. Wal-
lace
chaplain. .
The members of this club plan, BEER ,AND
-.-.................-...................'!......................N.' by God's help, to do bigger and : WINE
better things for the uplifting of

fallen humanity. We solicit the I Low Price
Miami prayers of our many friends for
the growth and progress of our
: club that others may be greatly
5749 N.W. 22nd Ave.
NE 4.9185
C helped as the result of our ef-
By DAVE (Mr. Swine) BONDUN.H.NM..N..N..N.NN.M.NN. I forts.Willie

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THE COMING Season should JESCA Expands
be a good season for all. The way I
the summer has passed, it has Senior Citizens AVAILABLE. .

practically left everyone in a hole. ProgramOn ONE-BEDROOM APARTMENTS
For the past couple of years, we three .rites a week with, as usual, WITH. REFRIGERATORSAT
STOVES
have had a few conventions and Amateur on Tuesday. Friday and Monday, Oct. 26, the James *

vacationers, ,but this year . Saturday and Sunday nltes you E. Scott Community Association
nothing. With the Classic in De- can go to the Fiesta which is Will open its Day Care for Senior '$18.50 A WEEK

cember; Christmas, New Year's turning into one of the best Citizens under the direction of
and Ray Mitchell's North-South places to take your friends and Mrs Mamie Gill. After eleven
Golf Tournament plus a few dance to a good band and see a years of limited recreational pro- ORCHARD VILLA PATIO/ APTS.
"snow duckers" we just might be good show. In order to get this gram under the part time leadership
able to get a few Yankee Dollars on a seven nite a week basis, of Mrs. Mable I. Daniels; 12th Ave. at 58th St.

to circulate. If the hotels and your support is needed. All in all the full-time program /iwas mado Agent on premises 3 to 5 Daily
clubs on the Beach should decideto it should 'be a fine show with aBne possible by the Housing Authority p.m.
take another stab at a Cotton of chorus girls and Bobber: of the City of Miami and the
Club Revue or a Larry Steele Marshall ais the M.C. United Fund of Dade County. .
Production that will also be a The Housing, Authority made
great help. Try a new policy this I PUT A LITTLE light test toa available a new club room and
year. Try to help each other instead few of the Grand Way officials strip kitchen which Includes a
of pulling the other fellow Wednesday evening This was combination stove, sink, refriger- HOME AND INCOME
down. Remember, God helps more of a "courtesy test" and it ator and storage'caibinets.. Furniture -I

those who help themselves, but worked. I was insistent upon was contributed by Mr. and TWO HOUSES TWO UTS
taking in with Mrs Fred Katz of Httaleah and -
He also help those who help each my camera me,
and told that Mrs. Clotilde Dent. United Fund
other. !Was no cameras or
packages were allowed. They put allocated a special Fund for the $8,500 Total $1,500 Cash
with and 'antics' and employment of a full-time work-
up me my
PRETTY GIRL of the Week: ONE MORTGAGEU$50 MONTHLY
Anna Belle Campbell . Pretty attitude and showed me all the er.We "
invite members and friend
courtesy possible. They have also
Boy of the Week: Leo Ambrister BEL AIR
hired all Negro stock boys, and' af the Agency and Senior Citizensto REALTORS *
. Policeman> of the Week: B. J.
visit the Center meet Mrs. Gill
Gullford. attenedants at the check-out 253., N.W. 79th ST. PL 4.6724
and get! acquainted with the Sen-
drive package stands in.the frontof
the store. Places like Grand ior Citizens program on ''Monday OR),MR. ,LORBER NA 4.2684DRESSES
LOUISH. PORLOCK Jr., Oct. 28.Goulds.
prea. Way on 12th ave and 54th st.
ident of the Y's Men's Club, informs make it a pleasure to spend our
me that on Monday, Oct. hard earned dollars for ,food and ManConfesses
26 members of the Y'S Men'j other articles that we must /(buy
grQup will have a Christmas Tree to live From me to the officials:
Ticket sale. This means that you and this will come as a surpirse Continued from page 1
purchase a ticket for $1.00 'Which to them, for they were never told
servos as a deposit on your Tree. who I ''Was, and to Mr. John K. Police said the body of the victim INDIVIDUALS
TO STORES AND
The trees will arrive in Decem- Tocney, we say "much success to ,. Sammy Lee Jones, 30, apparently
ber and can be purchased at the and organization." had lain undiscovered ina
you your all
Hundred of beautiful dresses
new
Carver Branch of the YMCA. If wooded area near SW 218th at.

your tree that you pick costs $2.00 SPEAKING., of.. Organizations, and .Allapattah Dr. in Goulds Values to $25, only..........................."........."... '$1.50
then you fay $1.00 at the time the Miami Alumni Chapter of since Sunday. A county dump
Big Assortment Slightly Higher
you p1clo.it up. If and when you Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity will truck crew found the body Wedncsday. :

are approached by a Y's man, hold its annual CostumeCabaretParty Men's Suits Value to $50 ............. n..r.n......."... $7.50

buy your ticket from him. If you next Friday nite Oct. 30 at Children Dresses... . ..".................... ...."...... $1,00
do not run across a Wise Man the Harlem Square. They have

selling the tickets, remember to premised a ;good time for all and Boys Suits, Value to $25 ......."................... .... $5.00
buy your tree at the Carver 'Y' will give prizes for the most original FOR SALE
when you do your shopping for costume. It starts at 9 p.m., j APPAREL WHOLESALERS
the Yuletide Season. The 'Y' is let's all and have a ball.
so go
127 N.W.,2nd Street
(one/light)
located at 58th st. and 15th ave., I By, .SummonsIN _
and the trees shbWdbeTrf *' TThts'; & It for another week:; 1 Phone FR 7-2943 FASHION MART: : _BUILDING

least 10 days before Christmas. Until, you\. know when . live LIBERTY CITY
Support your Y's .Men: Club and life ved golden minute of bedroom frame )florae on large . :",
it will support your 'T. Peace. 11.1 lot, 1751 NW 75th 'It. $7,995 -

$500 down, $05 per month.IN .
ONLY TRUE DREAM BOOK
. CLYDE KILLEN8, whom I con-
eider one of the smartest nit II ARMSTRONG COCONUT GROVE

club operators in South Florida, Frame 2bedroom home, $6-
HOMES Old Indian"
MANOR "Me Dream BookList
has done it again. Yep, he's opening I 995 $500 down. $65 per month
show business and giving Call Ora D. Taylor 3790 Oak Ave.
you a ,Chance to have some placeto Reg. Real' Estate Broker of Common Things We Dream AboutWhat

go and enjoy yourselves. Start- CE 5-4246 Frame 3-rooms d bath, large to do to bring luck
ing tonfcht, Friday Oct. 23, he lot $5,500 $500 down.VACANT f
will introduce his show policy of What to do when about to t
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LOTS undergo severe operation or N

Desirable lot 50x123 on Thomas Imprisonment. 1
ave. and Margret St. $3,000 1
when havea
What to do you

Always Lose On cash or terms. court e....

Lot on Florida ave. and BrookerSt. What to do to get what you

1 Saturday? $3,500. ask for.What fj4 3

r Lots !In Goulds, 75x123, $1,595. to do to unite love
a Then you need this book $100 down, $50 per month. once.

+ It Tells: What to do when creee conditions and enemies arc against you
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FOR ( LIBERTY' CITY
What number to play What to do to have good, true d.am..nd many others.
% a H 3 roams and bath, 1882 NW
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Church of TransfigurationEpiscopal BETHEL BAPTIST
Zion Hope M. >>aptis Woman's Day at WOMAN'S DAY
( ) Richmond ,Heights
1710 N.W 69th St. and 17th Ave. Allen ChapelThe SUNDAY AT 2571 N.W. 152nd Terr. Rev. L. R.' Ross, Pastor

Rev. C. Albury, pastor Yen. John E. Culmer Jean E. Scott, reporter '

Invited to attend ourWoman's I various committeess along priest In charge Sunday School...................... 9:30
You are Sunday, with chairman, Mrs. Naomi McIntyre ST. LUKEREV. Stanley Sweeting, reporter Morning service ................... 11:00
The Day program for and co-chairman, Mrs. Services every Sunday BTU .*......................................... 5:30:
the Oct. morning 25. service guest speaker will be the Olene Roberts have gone all out Morning worship .111.11.1111111.11.. 9:30: Evening service ........................ 7:00:

well known Mrs. Beatrice Wal- to make Woman's Day 'at Allen Sunday School ..._11..1.11111... 10:30: Services were enjoyed very
dron of West Palm Beach, daughter Chapel a huge success. much throughout the day Sunday.
of the late Rev. C. P. Powell. Broward Mrs. Sarena school ALlen system, teacher, iwill be in Matthew Temple AMEZ The pastor was at his (best. He

the guest speaker at the morning 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. poke of how happy he was that
.. r, service. Rev) Daniel Pridgen, pastor I the men of the church are organized -

During the evening services a I Mrs. Ruth Lucas, reporter I and /preparing such a wo-
r a musical iestivalWill/ be rendered.' Sunday School..................... 93:0 derful Men's Day program.
a The Sunday School will be con-!' 1 A'rr Morning worship ...111.............. 11:00 Captain No 5, Deacon Sherman
N dbk ducted Iby the Supt. Miss Evelyn h + Evening worship .................... 7:00 Clark,. is sponsoring a dinner sale
Roberts. The public is invited. fc ,I 1e Saturday, Oct. 24 at his home,
CORINTH BAPTISTRev. 14321 Madison St. Ke is askingfor
MRS B. L. THOMAS!!
':& W T. Thomas, pastor I your cooperation.
_ Phone NE 5-1518 I Bethune chapter No. 87 OES requests -
SPEAKER AT Sunday School....................... 930: your' presence at their annual
9 Morning worship .................. 11:00: Fellowship observance and
BETHEL SUNDAY Evening worship .................... 7:30: coronation Sunday, Oct. 25, from
Come and hear a !gospel preacherand 2 pm. to 4 pjm. at ethel Baptist
.
r- -- successful pastor Church, Richmond Heights. We
assemble at 14200 Carver Drive.
C t NEW HOPE P.B. CHURCH
Sister Nannette Greer, Worthy
d Rev. H. C. Samuels. pasto. Matron; Sis Mildred Clark, 'As
Mrs. Evelyn Granger, reporter sociate; Bro Charles Dean, Wor-

Sunday School....................... 9:30 thy Patron; Bro. John Z. Brown,
Morning service .................... 11:00: I associate 'Patron.THE .
.....................11,11.1.1..1.1.. 5:30
P. W. WILLIAMS i
. Pastor I Evening worship .................... 7:30 INCARNATION
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There will be an after service 1835 N.W. 54th StreetFr.
I The public is cordially Invitedto
The evening speaker adtET+ with Wo :rogram 'on this Sunday, featur- E. S. Clarke J r., viaar
--I worship us on our -
Mrs. Maggie M. Green. The riM. man's Day: at St. Luke ing the voices of the Smiling Susan Butler, reporter
program
of message, 'If You Sold Jubilees formerly of Augusta,
Oct. 25.
Take Down Your Sign. Baptist Church Sunday, Ga. The public is invited. SUNDAYS:
Please come and help us out. Church School and Bible

Sunday School 9:30 .,' u.. ._, ..ut SALTER'S CHAPEL Class ................................ 930 a.m.:
N
Morning Service 11:00: rea Mass
f Solemn Sung
H. J. Benson
BTU 6:00: Rev. pastor And Sermon ............ 10:45: a.m.
Ruth Twiggs reporter
,
Evening Service 7:00: I Sunday School.................... 9:30 Confirmation Instructions
For Children ................... :5
(Tuesday night) p.m.
t R Morning worship ................ ....11:00:
Prayer Meeting 8:00WOMAN'S : t + rs ACE League .......................... 5:30 Episcopal Young Churchmen
Meeting ............................ 6 p.m.
i",'> ris Evening worship ................... 7:00:
.. : Solemn Evensong and sermon
DAY With Procession ........ 7:30
.', ;....:4'i Presiding Elder W. B. Coffey p.m.
SPEAKER IN I .!!'>M:3.E: h. ___ .. held his .fourth and last quarter TUESDAY:
x St. Vincent's Guild
Acolyte
which iwas considered one of thebest
Mrs. Brilla L. Thomas of Jacksonville of the with all boards Rehearsal................... 5:30: p.m.
ORLANDO 'will/ 'be Woman's Day year
and clubs making their report.( WEDNESDAY:
speaker Church Sunday at Greater, Oct. Bethel 25. AME The morning message was delivered Low Mass ........................ 6:30: am.

The vibrant personality with! all by the Elder, which was Evensong and Confirmation
Instruction for Adults 8:00
her varied Interests, is sure to very inspiring.The p.m.
pastor will soon be goingto THURSDAY: ,
bring a message of enlightenment.
St. Michael's Choir
the annual conference. We are
Woman's Won't you Day join? us Mrs.in worship Margaret on hoping for his return. The Junior Rehearsal................... 5:30: p.m.

Carey is chairman, Marie Price r.s choir rendered service for tha St.FRIDAY Cecelia's: Choir

and Mary Colden, co-chairmen. day. Visitors are always welcome. Rehearsal 1 .................... 8:30 pjn.

,ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. NOTE: Solemn Sung Mass on
MRS. PRATT ANDY all Holy and Saint's Days C a.m

:itt E. D. Richardson, pastor EVENTSThe

MRS. HEPBURN ,...'_'__, ...... _..._,,"....,,_..41.... Minnie T. Copeland reporter I Saints Ann-Margaret chap
Sunday School....................... 9:30 ter of the Episcopal Churchjwom-
MRS. ANNIE SULLIVAN Morning worship .................. 11:00 en of the Incarnation will sponsor

SPEAKERSSunday .General ChairmanThe I BTU .......-................................... 5:30: a Hallowe'en Party Friday,
for the morning Evening worship ................. 7:00: October 23 at the home of Mrs.
October 25 is the day speaker John R. Anderson, 1785 NW
Sunday at the morning worship
will be Mrs. Athalie Range. The
we all have been looking forward the Junior church /will be In 55th terr. at 8:00: pan Food and
for the will be
speaker evening
drinks are on sale Then will bea
to at St, Matthew Baptist charge. Our pastor will deliverthe
Mrs. Clora Pearsall.
I Church. Two vibrant speakers door prize given The public !,4i

I will ,presented- : Mrs. Letlticln Annie!The Bell general Sullivan chairman, is, asking Mrs. message.At 8 !pin choir No 1 will close invited.chairman.Mrs. Elisha S. Clarke,

Hepburn, a member of St. Mat- to contribute to its anniversary 'program. Let us
everyone ttyis
thaw and one who has served all drive. I all come out and give them out The Saint Peter's Guild of the
her life in religious circles; Mrs. We are asknig the of support Episcopal Churchmen will sponsor
Miss Marie White, widelyknown I Irene G. Pratt, a member of Mt. the Lord for the sick prayers and shut- Our shut-ins are Rev. Smith, a Night of Games Friday
throughout the state, has I Olive Baptist Church and one ins and please go to some church Sis. Williams, Sis. Hall and Sis. Oct. 30 at the Parish ,,Han, 1701 .
been invited by the women of Mt. whose greatest ambition is to bE. each Sunday. Scott.. Let us pray for and visit NW 69th st. The public Is invited.
Zion Baptist Church, Orlando, as of service and to help someone I them as often as (possible. Mr. Leon Gibson, chairman.

their speaker on Sunday, Oct. 25 everyday. MT. SINAI BAPTISTD. .
the day set aside as Woman's Members and friends, you can- -
Day. Miss White will speak on, not afford to miss any of the activities B.. reporter
"Woman's Role in Spiritual Liv that have been prepared Rev.-S. A. Thomas, pastor, I '
ing" This historic church is fcr you. I TV REPAIRS
known for its great contributionsto Monday, October 19 is the beginning Sunday School.................:.. 93:0:
Missions and for having givento of our Woman's Day service Morning worship ................... 11:00:
Florida a constructive ,program Sis. Lillian Clark will open Evening worship .......?..?...... 7:30
for Missionary workers and the with a prayer meeting at 8 pm. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.-Sunday 10 to 3 \
first- to adopt the circle plan. Wednesday, Oct. 21 at midweek Even though we had quite a
'service Mrs. Daniel Johnson lot of rain for the .past few weeks,
The Rev. N. G. Staggers, cap- NO' SERVICE CHARGEIf
it hasn't hindered the attendanceof
a devoted church ol
woman
able forceful and dynamic, is the
pastor Mt. Zion Baptist, Church, will church goers very much. we can't fix your TV' in your home -
speak on the Woman's Day 'The Sunday School attendancehas
FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev. theme at 8 p.m. kept up very creditably in- TELEVISIONSNO
Let us come together in uni- a>ite of Inclement weather, that
C. J. Burney, pastor son for we will surely receive a goes for the youth as well as MONEY DOWN
Claudia Wilson, reporter greater blessing on Sunday from adults. U we are building to meet
17.fnch 21-lnch Table Modelor
or
Sunday School....................... 9:30 having attended these services. the needs of these times, we are
Morning worship .................... 11:00 concerned about the questions Floor ,Model .
Evening 'worship ..............._... 7:00: ST. FRANCIS XAVIER asked NehemIah when his heart.
BTU ............................................ 5:30 was sorrowful about Jerusalem'sdestruction
N.W. 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. ; There Is needed for r
Remember the pastor's anniversary Phone FR 91424. these times a builder for the wallsof IERIUiI P 0i
Monday night, Oct. 26. MASSES True Spiritual 'worship, fellow

Let us continue in 'prayer for our Daily.....,........................... 8 t.m ship and moral ,standards. A Tit CONK
members who are out of town on Sunday....... 7_,a.m. & 8:30 ajn builder or builders who are con-
death occasion and our side, cerned to the extent of dedica-
Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist tion to the work and not for
ALLEN CHAPEL A. M. E. loaves and fishes. This Includesall
402 N.W.2nd Ave. workers for God, search our-
Rev. E. M. Blocker, minister Hallandale, Florida selves.
doe' Sweeting, reporter: Rev. Benjamin Franklin: pastor
Sunday School ...............*.,?.. 9:30 Rev. C. E. McClary, reporter We are having a wonderful revival

Morning worship ................ 11:00 Sunday School....:.................. 9:30 meeting at the church with
ACE League .%............;........... 6:00: ; Morning service .................... 1100; Rev. Low of Albany, Ga. preach-
Evening worship ................... 7:00: Evening service ........................ 7:00: ing. He is a most powerful preach
BTU ......._................................., 6:00: er. ,Would that more could and
ST. JAMES A.M E. would hear him. The sermons art American pAono TV Corp.
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN profoundly filled with deep and
Rev. H. McNeal Harris, pastor sincere warning especially to the
Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter 14 th Ave and 69th Street unsaved, and all who' hear him.

Sunday School............... .... 9'30 Sunday School ..MMmM 930 am Among the shut-Ins: Rev. S. A.' 2300 N.W. 62nd Street OX 6-091SI
Morning worship .................... 11:00 Morning Service .......... 11:00 a A.: Thomas is in the Christian .
ACE League .............N............. 5:30: Westminster Fellowship 'fl.-OO ipjn pital. AU are asked to UOS-I
Evening worship, ................... '7:00 Evening Service 8 PJQO, his

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ST. PAUL A. M. E. MT. ZION A. M. E. .

Rev. J. D. Washington, pastor 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St.
toCf 19th St. and 4th Court Opa Locka

urdI Sunday School....................... 9:30 .Rev. C. J. Jenkins, pastor
me Morning worship .................... 11:00 Sunday School............... 9:30 am
ACE; League ............................ 5:30 Morning worship ...1..1.,1.. 11 am

Evening worship 11,1................ 7:00 League ................................ 5 p.m

Evening worship ................ 7 pjn. .
TRINITYYESLEY AN 1

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Bethel Apostolic TempleDoris .
MEN'S DAY AT Church of The Open DoorDr. Rev. George E. Johnson pastor
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST Mrs. PhyllIS Andrews, reporter R. Akins, pastor .\

H. C. McDowell, pastor 1571 N.W. 68th =Sunday School.................. 9 &.In J. Lafluer, assistant R
ST. PAUL AME A. E. McNeal, reporter Rev. Ernest Williams Terrace Morning worship .................... liOC Sis. T. Wallace reporter
pastor Young People's Meeting 5
p.m 2310 N.W. 58th
I. B. Brown Street
Sunday will reporterOn
.Qtljlj'' the not be forgotten by Sunday School....................... 10:00
roll signers of the charter as the last Sunday we climaxed a KELLY'S CHAPEL Morning worship! ,.1./.1.. 11:43:

Ralfch/was called and Rev. Robin soul stirring revival headed by a Esther McNeil Evening worship .,1,11111,11..... 730
reporter
superintendent of the Fla
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great Evangelist Rev. M
J.
H. John-
Congregational Conference led son of West Rev. Leroy Dell, pastor GREATER NEW
: them in "Owning of The Coven- souls Palm Beach Our Sunday School....................... 9:45: BETHELRev.
ant" after forming a circle Sirit were really filled with the Morning worsrip ?.................. 11:00 W. K. Smith, pastor J
around the church with the mem- Holy! with while the man of God M. Y. F. .................................... 8:00 Mrs. R. Conley, Clerk

bers ol each -family Joining hand spcfce us 'by the way. Evening worship .................... 7:30 Morning worship ,...,........... 11:00

and singing: "''Blest( Be The Ties Plans are :being made for our Sunday School....................... 9:30:
That Bind." church anniversary which will ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. BTU ............................................ 5:30:
Rev. and Mrs. McDowell attended take place in the near future O. W. Foster pastor Evening worship" ................... 7:00:
a conference at Byrd Sister Essie Gibson is now home A. L. Johnson reporter

headquarters Lodge, Avon Park on conference from the hospital also on the sick Sunday School ........................ 9:45 MT. ZION BAPTIST
Monday and Tues- list are Sister Sadie Green and .. .. ... 11:00 Luvenla
day Events of this week. Bro. Butler. BTUning..Service................"..... 5:30: Public Relations Knox Officer
to ComeNovember Let's
1 Holy Communion recovery.pray New for Bethel's them doors a speedy are Evening worship ...............wN1 7.0& Sunday School ...../.1/N./. 9:30:

and Reception of new mem- open, !Won't you visit us? NEW Morning worship 11.1.M 1111....... 11:00:
JUDGE W. R. CULBREATH bers. HOPE BAPTISTRev. BTU .//.11....NILIIIN./N11111..IIL.N.111 8:00:

11 A.M. Speaker .... .... Mt. Pleasant Methodist James E. Drown pastor Evening worship .......*.,?...... 7:09:
November 13
Recognitionand
Uro. Vanden Bovan, reporter
I . 11 a.m. SpeakerSt. occupation of the
Paul AME Church of Coco- The Door Church of 2170 Washington Street Sunday School....................... 930:
nut Grove is celebrating its 15th Open Congregational, Opa Locka Morning worship ................ 11:00 Register Today!
annual Men's Day Sunday Oct. by the Souteast Coast Associationof Sunday School..........?... 9:30: am. Evening worship! ................. 7:00
Congregational Churches, Morning ....... .., BTU .... Your Vote is Needed
25. Mr. Thomas C. Holloway i is meeting at the Community Church Evening service worship ? 11 ton. .11.1..11NN..N ................... 6:30:
7:30
chairman with Mr. Richard :
on Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. ---
Campbell serving as co-chairman. November 15 Our gala day. EBENEZER METHODIST
The Honorable Judge W. R.
Dr. Wicks '
guest speaker for the
Culbreath, Dade County Juvenile morning service. At 5 we Rev. Aaron D. Hall pastor OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOUSEE
Judge, will speak at the 11 a.m. will be> host to churches and p.m.min 'I Brnestine L. Hambrick reporter

service. isters of the Southeast Association Sunday School........................ 9:30: THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
and all Morning service .......-........... 11:00:
greater Miami.
94.{ 't All friends and visitors are Invited Evening service ................... 7:00 PSYCHIC READER
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MT. TABOR BAPTISTRev.
a.m. Sunday in the auditorium of

the Seventh Day Adventist P. S. Brown, pastor
School, 50th st. and 25th ave. Mrs Lois Hicks, reporter

NOTE: Visitor are always we> +
SI. MAKY'5 W. M. come.
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Rev. E, A. Culmer 1 h
pastor Sunday School....................... 9:3'Meroing
Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter
'ley worship 11:00
1 School..................... ''I '
Sunday . 9:30: BTU ........................................ I 5:30BvenlDK >>: t 9
Morning worship ............... 11:00
: worship .................... 7:30
Evening worship .................... 7:30
The men of Mt. Tabor are work-

St. Mary's will observe its Wo-
man's Day on Sunday, Oct. 25 MT. HERMON A. M. E.
The committees under the lead-
Opa Locka
ership cf Mrs. Sophie Dawkins
Rev. Samuel Oay, pastor
/ have 'been working very hard to
p make this an Interesting day full Publicity Comriltte
of spiritual and cultural experi:, Morning worship .................. 11:00
ences. Our morning speaker wIll Sunday School....................... 9:30: Let my years of Experience'! guide and protect you through
Evening worship ...............?... 7:00:
l In storm
Miss Helen Dorsett librarian
be Life M a Lighthouse guide the ship a
at Dorsey Memorial Branch. At
r the evening service at 7 o'clocka METROPOLITAN AME WHICH OT11ICILS PAIL YOU 8KB MIO

skit will be presented entitled Rev. H. M. Salmon, pastor For Success in Business And Love

REV. COOPER "The First Fruit." You are in; Sunday School....................... 03:0
vited to Join us in worship all Morning worship .................... 11:00: CONSULT HER -

Rev. Phillip H Cooper, former day.All Evening worship .......-........... 7:00: o You can now have your home made happy
associate professor at FAMU and captains please check all
the official arranger for the famous members' names and amount TRIUMPH CHURCH Get and Hold the position you so long wanted

Marching Band and, now I Than, you. Don't Stay in the rut, get out now
music director of George W. Car- Prince H. Mobley, pastor By the help of God she can help you
ver High School band will speak TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. Sl$. S. Daniels, reporter
at the 6 p.m. service. School of Wisdom ............_ 10:00: Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried"or In
. A. Thompson, pastor Evening service: .......-....._...... 8:00 troubleIt
Music at both services will be Sunday School........... ........ 9:3C Y. P. E. Band ............................ 8:30
rendered by the Goodwill Male Morning worship .................. 11:00 Tuesday and Friday......... 8:00 will pay yon to call and see this Gifted Medium First
Chorus cf the church, which is located BTU L.II...............I...............:.... 5:30 Where thousand come yearly for help and advice, yon too can
at 3680 Thomas Ave., Coco- Evening worship .................... 7:00 MORNING STAR BAPTIST be touched by this strange mysterious power
nut Grove.
You are invited to attend both The Junior choir Will render 514 NW 23rd Street WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe
our services and /witness a gala service Sunday morning and andall' Rev. I. Clayton, pastor
who delivered liMN and the children of Israelof
Men's Day. the choirs will appear in the Sister Sadie Ellis, reporter same God

Rev. Thomas' C. Kelley Jr., is fourth Sunday service of songs Sunday School ....................... 93:0 old is still alive today and will open a way for yon through
pastor. Sunday night. Morning service ,.................. 11:30: the troubled seas of life. Let not him that Is blind lead you or
The Willing Workers' Club, BTU ....................................... 8:30: stumble with him.
TRINITY C. M. E. Deacon A. J. lianna, president, Evening service ........................ 7:30 yon of because
iwill celebrate its 9th anniversarywith are welcome. Do you d
2020 N.W. 5th CourtW. an interesting program at them TWhat
O. Geary, minister 3:30. All are Invited. ST. JAMES BAPTISTRev. do yon think of the Invisible wave and Bound that

Church School..?. ......-/.1..1.... 9:30: The faithful women of Templeare make Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television possible?
Morning worship ........1......... 11:00 going all out to make the J. L. Johnson pn.U r
Evening worship .................... 7:00 third annual. observance: of Woman's Sunday Services A seed before it sprouts, lie concealed, secret, silent in the
Davy ad occasion to be re Sunday: School........... 9:30: IJD dark earth or womb of Nature. TIIKHB IS AX "UNSEENPOWER"
Trinity continues to make an membered. General Chairman (Morning Worship ....... 1. :OO am
impact on the greater Miami Mrs. Esther Campbell and cochairman BTU ................................ 5:30: pjn '
Community under the leadership Mrs. Louise Moss are Evening; Worship ............ 7:30 pjn Therefore, acquaint your1 1
of her new minister. Last Sun- asking all captains to contact Visitors always welcome self with the one who Is an
day the women of Trinity enjoyed their members in order that all 323 N.W. 14th St authority. Whose private
one of the best spiritual and financial
right" for that day '
will "get -
days in many a year November 8. The program committee MARTIN MEMORIAL AME consultation will evolve you ;,',
while observing their annual is busy this week puttingon to a higher state of mind. $IMyy
woman for Trinity day. These touches. Richmond! Heights 1.V
the finishing
Christian women under the lead- The Woman's Day Committee Rev Albert .Tone pastor All Information is
ership of Mrs. Dada Howell and Mikna Harris, reporter
dinner
Mrs. Mildred Taylor promoted a will sponsor a turkey on Sunday School.................. 9:30 Strictly Confidential
joyous day of fellowship and the church 6.grounds Donation Friday evening Morning worship .................... 11:00 y
Christian witnessing. Nov $1.00. ACE League ....................... 8:00 Office Hours P a.m.-8 p.m.

Mrs Howell and Mrs. Portlock Evening worship ................. 7:30: Sunday} 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
were in charge of the morningand 1
Beautiful HomeOn
evening program and all of BETHANY BAPTIST Don't Write-Call in Person

the women of the church responded Large Lot
3078 N.W. 45tb St
DAILY RKADINO '..00 UP '
The
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wo-
calllr
to their *
Rev. Rudy Keaton pastor
tea Your lot can be a paymenton.
giant
men helped to promote a
Marjorie Shelby: reporter
I 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
in the afternoon at the home of this 3.bedroom new 2- Sunday School ....................... ftSOtforning
Mrs. Taylor. '* baths 2-car worship ..NNN....._. 11:00 MADAM HUNTER
Financially nearly $900 was garage BTU _.._.__..:..........:..... 5:30
raised during, the day. 5940 N.W. 23rd Avenue Evening worship ....__._.. 7:00
. to 1657 N.W. 73rd St., Miami1
There were many leaders Baron JE 8-1340
the parade of kingdom buildingand
all in all twe had a great day Join The NAACP
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" IN MEMORIAMIn Oct 21 at 3 pan from St. James
Baptist Church with Rev. Wat-

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1959 memory of our husband, DEATHS son officiating Mrs. Pearson is
father and brother survived by a husband, three
children, four sisters, three broth-
ers.* Burial was in the Charlotte

I CARDS MEMORIALSCARD ''Range . Jane Cemetery, Cocoanut Grove


--- _......-- Daniel Rozier of 2663 NW 60thst. 'Funeral for Little Herbert Childsson
., was' pronounced dead on arrival of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
OF THANKSThe MEMORIAM at Jackson Hospital :on Oct. Childs, 1818% NW 1st ave. were
16. He is survived by a wife, held Oct., 22 at 2 (span; Herbert Is

family of the late, In sad but loving memory of Doris, a son, Ravon, his mother, survived by, his parents. Inter-
JOE GALLOWAY my dear, husband, Mrs; Rosa Lee Rozier, eight sis- ment in Evergreen. ;I
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who died on Oct. 12, and was laidto ters, .Sour brothers. He was sent '
rest on Oct. 17, wish to, extendour on Wednesday to Eastman, Ga:, Burial services for Baby Waiters
thanks and appreciation to where burial will 'toe conducted. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
who expressed their ,Oscar Waiters, 237 NW (6th St.,
all those q 8f
sympathy by' acts of kindness, Alfonso Rahminij of 1335A NW who died Oct. 17 were held
cards, floral tributes and tele- N Sin ave., died in the emergency Thursday at 1 pm. Intermentwas
grams during the death of any room of Jackscn Hospital .on Oct. in Evergreen.
husband. Special thanks to the 4 TA 17. He was popularly known as
Richardson Funeral Home, ElderW. x "Friday" and worked for a num- Funeral services for Archie A.
Gamble and congregation of ber of years at the Harlem Square Rolle, 2106 NW 3rd court, who
the Church: of God and Christ, ? L s. ,Club en NW 2nd ave. He Is sur- died Oct,/;i6 will be held 'Saturday -
and the many other friends and vived .by his foster mother, Mrs. at Ie)' awn from St. Peters
relatives. May God bless each and Willie Mae Rahming, a foster sister American'..'Catholic Church with
Mrs. Marion Loving. Chapel Bishop E. *L. Petersen officiating
of you.
everyone
Mrs. Alberta CaUoway sei vices were conducted on Wed- Mr. Rolle Is survived by a wife,

And Family --; '0 ., '.- ', -' ..... nesday. Rev. Thedford Johnson of Idell, eight children Intermentwill
St. John Baptist Church officiated be in Evergreen Cemetery.
I BERT ALBURY and burial was conducted at
IN MEMORIAMIn I who departed this life October 21, Evergreen Memorial Cemetery. Mrs. Naomi Bethel Roberts, 208

r x 1958. Jefferson. Drive, Coconut Grove,
sad but loving memory oft May the soul of 'the faithful Arthur White of 7169 NW 16th a long time nurse in Dade Coun-

the late, departed rest in peace. ave., died at his home on Sunday, ty died Tuesday, Oct. 20 at Mer-
LILLIAN TAYLOR The Family Oct. 18. He is survived by a son, cy Hospital. Funeral arrange-
who departed this life, Oct. 26, Ruben, and other, relatives. Chapel -. ments are incomplete.
1950. IN MEMORIAM'In services will be conducted on
Saturday at 3:30 pjm. Rev. Sam- ,Funeral services r Mrs. Ber-
We miss you, dear mother, but sad memory of the late, uel Bay will officiate. Burial will nice Moss, 1981 NW 6th st., died
home to rest.
God has called you rest until JAMES Z. PEDICANwho /i :' 'VSSXtHORK':jitXMMMgMMMI! ,-MS*_ be conducted at Lincoln Memo- Oct. 17. Funeral will be held on
Sleep on and take your morning departed this life Oct. 27, rial Cemetery. Saturday at 2 pjm. from the
that great getting-up 1956. chapel. Mrs. Miss is survived by

when we shall meet to part no Gone, ,but not fofgotten, while,* I Mrs. Maude Williams of 1611 her mother. Interment will be in

more.Rebecca Taylor, daughter "memeory lingers on. NW 3rd ave., apt. 25 died at her Evergreen.
The Family residence on Oct. 19. She is sur- .
(Nathaniel Taylor, son
vived by her husband. Chapel
sister
Letherwood
Hester
,
I services will be conducted on Oct. PLANTSFruit
and grandchildrenIN IN MEMORIAMIn 4. y 24 at 1 p.m. Rev. Thedford John-
son will officiate. Burial will be trees, flowers, shade trees.
MEMORIAMIn sad but loving memory of in Evergreen Cemetry. One of the largest variety selection
I in Miami. Come by and takea
sad but loving memory of our dear one, look.
Charles Sweeting Jr., of 1601
our dear mother sister and i
,
grandmother MRS. RUTH LOUISE ADDERLY NW 1st court., apt. 5 was pro- ALONZA KELLY

( MRS. RUTH., : McPHEE BAILEY STUARTwho /P I nounced dead on arrival at Jack- 1475 NW 67th St. OX 1-0547
who this life Oct. 24 4 son Memorial ,Hospital on Oct. 21.
departed ,
this life Oct 24
departed He is survived by his widojw,
wonderful
1958. Jesus has taken a -
bud out of our garden of love. 1958. Gloria, nine. children, his parents,
"God of the living, in whose eyes Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sweeting JOHNNY SEZ:

The Family Unveiled thy whole Creationlies Sr., three sisters, a brother. Fun- For the finest Used

eral arrangements are incomplete clothing, shoes, furniture,
IN MEMORIAMIn All souls are thine; we must not 'I;. brio a brae, antiques \

loving memory of my dear say Samuel J. Melton Jr., the young and real fine special
,
husband, That those are dead who' pass I"w son of Mrs. Mildred Melton, of clothing" at the lowest
away; > : ?;t 2124 NW 68th terr., died on Oct. prices come to Johnny's, the
From this cur world of flesh set 17. He fastest
was sent on Tuesday to growing business of
ifree. JAMES A. "Peat" DEVEAUX Arcadia, Fla. where final rites Its kind In Miami. Dally we
We know them livingj unto thee. who died on October 23, 1955. were conducted on Wednesday, get the loveliest goods from
,Addt-ly the Gables, M.B. and the
Mrs. Rowena motherMr. Four years now since you went
Calvin Adderly, father .' away, "Islands." Property owners
Master Harold ,Stuart, son Our thoughts are still with you Richardson . and all of you-blg sale now
Mrs. Willie Mae Finklin- both night and day. going on 25 rollaway
sister Our loss has been God's great Mrs. Virginia Franklin, 1728% beds with mattresses $10.00
Miss Bertha Adderly," gain, NW 3rd court died in Jackson up, 10 radioes $8.50 up, 25
chests, dressers vanities
sisterinlawMrs. But yet your life. was never in Memorial Hospital on Oct. 16. $10
to $12 tricycles 2.95
Madeline Flowers, vain. Funeral services were conducted up up,
automatic Irons $10 to $12
grandmother Louise DeVeaux, mother from Mt. Zion Baptist Church on
bicycles $12.00
auto.
Mrs. Elizabeth Nemo, Albertine, Sandra and Oct. 19 at 7 pan The body was matlc Irons $2.95 up up, hotel
grandmother Ann Louise, daughters shipped to Ocala where further spreads $1.00 and $1.50 Ea
Theophilus and Theodore Hazel DeVeaux, wife arrangements will take place. i I Etc. Other prices: Blouses*

Adderly, nephews Mildred DeVeaux, sister I 5*, silk skirts, dresses 10*
Milton Latimore, 421 NW 14thst. cotton or wool skirts, dress
1 ., died- in Jackson Hospital on es 15* up, ladles, Jackets 15<
Oct. 20. Funeral services hejd in 2 for 25*, ladles hats
the chapel. on Oct. 23 at 7 p.m. alto selection better .
N Ni The body was shipped to Augusta, men's ties 1*, dress 15.1
i ',. Ga 23* up, over 50,000
pants, and shirts 49* each;
Mrs Samuel 1441 NW. S for $1.25, nice dress shirts
-.. .- -' 2nd ave.,. died in Jackson Memo- 49*, name brand shirts 99*
rial Hospital on Oct. 20. Funeral Army woolen O.D. pants
A. C, PERSON Saturday, Oct. 24 at 2 p.m. from and shirts $2.00 up, chIno
who passed away Oct. 24, 1958. St. James Baptist Church with shirts $1.25 up, Eisenhower
May he rest in peace. burial in Lincoln Cemetery. Jacket $1.95, fatigue caps
Your devoted family and wife, 15*, paratrooper garrison
Essie Person .rebuilt shoes ,
$4.95 Lat
*
up
Francis . !;? ;tj ;( :. 'est styls; 3 ,button- single' i f
IN MEMORIAMIn breasted'silk or wonted
Funeral services for Mrs. Chris- men's suits $12.50 each
memory of my daughterMRS. tine Dorsett, 5418 SW 16th street, near new) records 10*, 15*
e Hollywood, who died Oct. 14 were albums' $1, dishes 5*, poo-
d 5727 N.W.,17uh AVENUE MIAMIF1.ORIDA.Phonm OX 141)1. OX MMS held Sunday, 'Oct. 18 at 2 pm. ket novels 3 for 25*-Loads ,
from Central Baptist Church in of children's clothing-Dial
Oscar and AUiall Ran**,OWBWT Oaur RMS, LJe nt4 EmhalMtr.Fantral Dimtor Hollywood with the Rev. E. J. ers welcome. Everybody Is
Clark officiating. Mrs. Dorsett is welcome at Johnny Million-
[ .1 t tIt ... ,, ', survived by a huSband, 'Samuel Ires Wholesale Retail
Dorsett, a son, a mother, four Center, 5327 ,NW 36th Ave.,
I :grandchildren, four sisters. Inter- corner 54th St. NE 49276.
ment was in Dania Cemetery. Open 96 Mon. thru Sun.
is our aim to render a conscientious service. 'P.S. Tops paid for your

Reasonable in price and satisfactory in every detail Funeral services for Mae Bell good used merchandise.
rN Pearson, 3825 Thomas Ave., Co- OPEN ALL DAY
1 f 1 coanut Grove, who died Oct. IT SAT. AND SUN.

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so climax Its annual, Men's Day
NewsBy this Sunday Rev. E. J. Clark is,
pastor.A I I HOMES FOR SALE'I '

mass meetingwill be held I Dave Says,
Walter Bower Sunday at 3 p.m. at Carver Ran- Live life, every golden minute
ches Park SW 21st st. and 4th of it.Harry.
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ave. The' ,purpose of this meeting Says, ,
is to discuss the coming electionon That's right, but live In a home :
Nov. 3. Nathaniel Wilkinson, of your own.Beautiful. /
FOR SALE one of our past teachers, now
LOSTDAUGHTER
living in Fort Lauderdale, will 1
OF ISIS of 1515 HOUSE. CBS 2bedroom.. Close introduce our speaker, Raymond Corner I
Fez. Lett at Masonic Hall,. 1742 in. Furnished 711 NW 55th st. Maxwell, superintendent of Near Orchard Villa School 3- ,
NW '3rd ave. on Tuesday night, Open 1:30: to 5:00: p.m. Saturday Broward County Education. bedrocm, carport, on a cornea J
Oct. 13 during the Grand Matronof and Sun 1 y. with a yard like' a park. FHA'< "
ODDS visit Anyone having any This meeting is important to terms, low down payment.
information about it please con- LOT e'sOxI40 in Carver Ranches our children's future educationand t

tact B. Louise Rolle, NE 51853. (West Hollywood) A nic attend.it is .very important that you DayNursery, ,
key lot, next to corner Cash or .
EXPERT CAR ,BUFFING terms. If terms, small down payment Refreshments Sponsored by will Carver be Ranches served. .Kindergarten ,/

And waxing at your home or call MU 5-1323. N14 Civic Groups. Make money. with this new '
OX 1-9508. NW area. Fully equipped, 2 completely -
C. H. JONES 031 3-BEDROOM, 2 bath CBS home :furnished homes on four .J
2547 4-8105.NW 47th st. Call owner, FR lots Price and terms let/ for this 1 I
BIRMINGHAMSEEKS
WANTED terrific opportunity. Call now for i
appointment to see.
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SALESMAN. Preferably high PARKSINTEGRATION \
school or 1 year college education. Open 12-5 Sunday Call E. Harry DennyPL
Experience necessary. NE 5-1067
1029 N.W. 55th St.
7.8250
BIRMINGHAM Ala. A
FOR RENT'
$495 Furnished group of Negroes have filed a LOWRIE REALTYTU

FURNISHED 3-toedrocm house 1:n. Federal Court suit seeking to Integrate -I
$81.50
Opa Locka, 2470 NW 155th Terr,. Monthly Buys. Birmingham's public parks 7.1536
Mrs.
Christine Dorsett, wife of and recreation facilities.The .
Bunche Park area. Desire quiet, This newly decorated 2-/ Samuel Dorsett, died last Wed- I j 1112 Palm Ave., Hialeah
working family. Quiet and prIvatesurroundI bedroom home tropically, nesday, Oct. 14 at the Memorial I suit, filed Tuesday in the

call NA 1-6654.s. For information Bet in the rear of this large Hospital In Hollywood. Mrs. Dor-: name of 16 Negroes contends the
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duplex lot. sett (was at the hospital a short majority of Negro recreational
time. Funeral services were held i facilities are poorly equipped and
$17 PER WEEK, 2bedroomstove Sunday, Oct. 18 at Central Bap- asks specifically that the city be Register, Today I
refrigerator and orate JE 1-1235 tist Church, Carver Ranches, Rev. enjoined from racially segregating
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free. Also furnished one-foedrfaom' DEVORY E, J. Clark officiating. the parks. Your Vote is Needed
844 NW 70th st. Phone NA 1-695
Indl i She left to mourn, a husband,
Samuel and son Donald Rolle of WOULD YOU LIKE TO .
1-BEDROOM APT. Children; Nassau, four grands and a DREAM A LUCKY
welcome. Near bus, school Good ,daughterinlaw.The I & use '
NUMBER
tenant only, .4190 NW 32nd ave. ?
NEW PTA of Carver Ranches Q' Can't dream? Dreamt don't play?
CBS
A ROOM in Christian home A, HOMES Elementary met last Wednesday Always mitt by one? Put this seal
middle age person 'preferred or a i Oct. 14 and -will meet every 2nd 4 under your pillow and you may
nice young reliable person. All Orchard Villa Wednesday in each month. Next
I dream what number to
play .net.
privileges, use of utilities. 1960 meetinrj will be held Nov. 11 t
NW 58th St., phone NE 5-8915. Membership drive is on, So bring how to play It.
B. Jackson. Liberty City in as many members as you can. Come, tend or call )1OX 1-1541 Io t
Watch the Times for the next I
$6 Brown Sub meeting. Mrs. Susie Daniels, la JAMAICA CANDLE SHOP
ROOM. per: week. 1352 N5th \
\ / 6965 N.W. 15th Ave.
court. Across street from president, Mrs. E. Moss, secretary.
Harlem Hideaway. Opa LockaAll I Miami 47, Florida
Saturday night, Oct. 11 Mr and
ROOM t- in a quiet home. Lo- beautiful new 3 bedrooms Mrs. Alfred W. Bryant of 4320 1
cated in the Liberty City area. SW 27th st. gave a house warmIng !JHS2S2SZSHS2S2S2S2S2SZS2S2Sffi2S2 252522S2525i' uuZ i.x5u uu r
Clcse to !bus line and shopping some as low al $795 party for their new home. A I

center and school. A nice room down. ''No closing costs. No large number of guests attended I ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OFHOMESTEAD'S
for a nice person. 1251 NW 57th from Miami Hyde Park and Car
st. Call FR 1.3215, Mrs. Illnes.IiN qualifying.For ver Ranch. The party was serveda
information call write delicious buffet. The Bryants
PRIVATE HOME. Furnished or want to thank the (guest and First
room, and in North Miami Beacha friends who /were not present for
lour bed-room CBS house, WEEKS & WEEKS their beautiful and useful gifts. I
,partly furnished. Contact PL Mr. Bryant Is the son of Mrs.

7-6015. ( REALTORSPL Emily Williams.-- Complete 'FUNERAL

Ebenezer Baptist Church of
ROOM. To nice
1931 NW
man. 8-2511
Hallandale will end their Men'sDay
6th court. FR 43345.INFORMATION. .
Sunday, Oct. 25. S
program
5600 N.E. 2nd Ave. Rev. O. W. Foster Is pastor. HOMEA

For a Clean Comfortable Central Baptist Church swill al- '
ROOM
Also furnished house fox a (groupof CBS
6, 7, or 8 men w" new building with reception room,
Downtown Location TV SALE

C-Barber at 321 NW 16th St. ,ONLY $1.00 DOWN f office, chapel, casket display room,

_ 031 DAVID JEWELERS :
FURNISHED rrw. ,., Morgue ,and rest rooms
better. Efficiency. None 1188 IN.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4.1522 '
All utilities. Near but
:shopping. 4190 NW 32nd ave. Opposite Bonded Collection Agency"' ; Open House all week beginning Oct. 25
Weekly Hour:
APARTMENT. Three rooms and 8:30 a.m. to 12:30: p.m.-3 to 7 p.m.
bath. 467NW: 14th st. Phone 24-Hour Ambulance Service
OX 1.0914, FR 3-4151 v '

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FURNISHED ROOM at 1376 NW -
'70th st. or call PL 8-0737.

ROOM AND BOARD to gentleman 1120 N.W. 55th Terr.Finest It !fs better to know us and not need us,

2161 NW 56th St. NE
.- 025.. Mabel Williamson. Than to need u* and /(not know us

street in area. Modern 2-bedroom CBS, tile
VERY NICE furnished room with JESSE ROBINSON, Manager
private bath and entrance 5950 roof, hardwood floors, deluxe Florida room, large
NW .9th ave., PL 1-5236. t .
landscaped lot.Only. .
NOW AVAILABLE a 2-bedroom
apt. with stove and refrigerator,
2945 NW 46th st. Bm 24 passes Down
$950
door. We also have some one bed
room apts. at 524 NW 22nd St.
New building., Phone FR 9-3578. 7 PLUS CLOSING COSTS

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FURNISHED APTS. No children,
TO 1 bedroom 9-4660. all OX 1-5343 or Only one mortgage $70.00 a monthDo

not disturb occupants. Open house Sunday I
NIcE ROOM 2114 N.W. 56th St. UNERAL HOMES
NE .
52852. After 2 (p.m. ,

i PRIVATE i ROOMS. Kitchen privileges *. :_ _...-r;, .

telephone, television, etc. to II, .
House to yourself. Phone NE MIAMI : HOMESTEAD: I
Call anytime. 031
BLACKSTONE, REALTY, Inc. 2936 N.W. .46th ,St. 447 S.W. 7th.Ave., ,
For SaleDry

Cleaning and Laundry 5908 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 8-7407 Phone NE 3-2231 Phone CI 7-5508

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1959Alfredo APPEAL FOR
Teen's Conference
NAACP MEMBERSNEW

YOR1S Mrs. Nettle
With HAROLD ANTHONY
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J I I" I 1 Ruler of the IBPOE Elks of the

I will not continue the teen's soda shop, dance hall, playground I World) this week announced that
conference: this week on schooS Suppose some of ,these dreamsdid I her organization has joined the
t ::1 etiquette as previously planned. 1 come true; hqw long would drive for the 190,000 renewed
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will, hdwever, resume conference these places stay nice? How- long NAACP memberships needed by
11 ,cn that topic a later date. This would those few teenagers /who the year's end.
week' I would like to answer a do not particularly care about "We sincerely! endorse the SOtll
4 r letter I received from an inter clean, wholesome recreation stay anniversary campaign of the
., se ested Miamian.The away, ? Will the hoodlums or gang[ NAACP and shall encouch a mes-
letter was from a former take possession? Would you be sage of appeal for support In my
t graduate of one of our high able to enter without the knowl- October proclamation," Mrs.
S $ schools. I would like to have the edge of the gang? Are there gang, Jackson said.
y pleasure cxf answering his letter in our Magic City? Let us hop Her* letter was addressed to
through this column. I am sure that we 'will get some of these Mrs. Daisy Lampkin, chairman of
my fellow teen timer's would things. We rightly deserve there the Association's membership
:: ; agree. all I In the meantime, let us find campaign.
5 4 ; Dear. Eddie: some way to control disordernow.
Your letter \was most encour- Let us prove that we can '
aging and thoughtful Thank youso conduct ourselves in such a man. Your Vote is Needed

9 very much. It Is always inspiring ner that we would be welcomedto to fight the force that seekto
to know that there are some of the places that ara
teenagers, who believe In a wholesome barred to us nqw.' Who know keep you a Second Class
c 3r respectable life; .. when that victorious day will
v There were some questions thai come. In the meantime, get behind Citizen.
you asked that really Interestedme your friends, teachers civic lead
:: and I believe others would ers and associates or businessmen .1 I r .
enjoy sharing that Interest. and let's ask for some ct YOUR 'MORTGAGE
You wanted to know If Miami those things!
would become the nation's number Think it over until next
; one "CrimeWave. City?" teen's! conference time and we I PAYMENTSAre
Yes, Eddie, and a capital YES, will talk It over.Anniversary.
unless twe the future adult citi- Too High!
zens of tomorrow do something
about, It, but fast even faster TeaThe
ti I than that if !PosSible Most of the You are getting behind, you -
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''k adults just push this importantfact Excelsiors of St. Paul AME .
need cash !II
aside and overlook it almost Church, NW 4th court and 19th I I some extra now

every time It' comes their way. street, request your 'presence at TAYLOR can get you lower
They don't try to stop It altogether ..
their 5th anniversary Tea on Sunday -
; maybe some try here there Nov. 1 at 4 pjn. at the I I payments, cash now, and
and yonder. We Need TheIr Help
YMCA, 5770 NW 15th ave. The
help make your
More Than Anything:! Hotw we affair will feature Mrs. Willie payments
F can get it is beyond my being Mae Ceasor of Ceasor's University for you.
; able' to answer right now. of Cosmetology, and the

Are the teen-agers of this gen with leading beauticians of the city, Phone FR 9-1703
eration chiefly at fault? No and models displaying latest
-- The distortionsor hair styles of 195060.
no againl capital
Spence Post No. 182 American Legion pre perversions are movies, books Lucille Timmons, president, J. R. TAYLORLicensed

sents the Rev. C. L. Franklin, pastor of the New Bethel and other manners" of obscene lit- Marjorie Tarpley, vice president,
erature well the elders and Mortgage Broker
as as .
Mary Marshall, secretary and
Baptist Church Detroit Mich. Oct. 25 2-:30
Sunday p.m. the surrounding filthlness. It is Tom Mervin, treasurer.
at :the Dinner Key Auditorium Accompanying Rev. about time we begin to clean .
Franklin will be his 16-year-old daughter, Aretha. Miss house in Miami. ,
Well, Eddie, I believe the teen
Sammie Bryant, The Midget, The Highway QC's and The
agers drink, smoke, fight and
Swan Silvertone Singers Local guests, The Southern steal !because they are using those PIANO SICK?
Trumpets. Mr. Arthur Baker, post commander. methods as letting off some of p
their built up tensions or to look
grown up'I and a big /wheel. SEE WM. PINDER, Sr. I

AN INVITATIONTO WEST HOMESTEAD 5% ELEM 5 start.Drinfking out by and wanting smoking to try a might cig- FOR PROFESSIONAL PIANO A j l]

The West Homestead Social arette or a drink "Just once" or
ALL FUN Ocmmittee chairman, Miss Yvonne it might make them look different AND ORGAN SERVICES N
Howard met with the social committee -I from the other teenager. They a
LOVERSThe to complete plans/ for a might think it makes them ,look 1935 N.W. 153rd St. SERVICE
Hallqwe'en Party to be held at: big, !but really let's face it It
Women's only make them look small. One' MU 8-3770
Union of Holy the school on Oct. 31, This party
Redeemer Catholic Church extends promises to be most enjoyable' man was arrested the other day
a very cordial Invitation to I with ,plenty of goodies, games and!. Here are some charges brought I -1 --J-- T '
all persons who enjoy having fun dancing for the children. against him: .
to attend their Hallowe'en Dance' Operating a bar without fa
Party. i 'Little Charles Johnson and Tim license, selling alcoholic bever-
There will be fun galore for all othy Harris, both fourth grade ages to, a teenager. His reply to YOU ASKED FOR IT!
,.,persons of all ages. Plans have pupils! made an excellent demon the charges was: He was only
been uniquely made for all guests stration of the use and value of trying to kjeep them off the So'here it it-A full ONE YEAR
-tots, teenagers and adults to the Place Value Chart at a meet. streets." So you can see we are
really have the fun of their lives ing held by the arithmetic chair having a lot of help, but from AUTO LIABILITY'INSURANCEPolicy
This gala affair will start at 3:30 man, Mrs. Thelma King, on the wrong people., We are getting I for most people with only
p.m. on Saturday evening, Oct Thursday. Their performance was too much of the wrong kind of ,
31 at the church Parish Hall located most commendable* help and not sufficient help of the l $15 DOWN PAYMENT
at 1301 NW 71st st. This The West Homestead Elemen right ""kind Fighting might be
particular hour has been reserved tary School is new in the South done to get attention seldom SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY
for youngsters and teenagers Dade area, and the enrollment Is for defense! Stealing miiiht be
still increasing done /when we crave for things
Special entertainment will be weekly
vided for aU tots, while the pro teen Nelson I* Bethel, principal that we might,not really need and 645 N.W. 36th St. 27th Ave. Farmer MarketPL
agers /will enjoy dancing to the Thelma S. King, reporter not able to secure them In an 9-5284 NA 4-1811
latest records plus Interested honest manner.
games and other forms of enter- Yes, why not more recreation
taInment. halls? More! We have none at I, e.
Refreshments are free! Your Vote is Needed : : : :
However, there will be many all! There are many many, many,
tasty and delicious teenagers who would appreciatea
goodies for Register to Vote! FREE DELIVERY SERVICE
nice bowling alley, skating ring,
sale.The real "Treat of all tricks" I
will begin at 8:30: pm. in the par- Brownsville Drug Store
ish hall for the adult fun lovers .
This you will not want to miss! CHRISTMAS CARD AGENTS

Previews of what Is In store for Prescription Cosmetics Drugs
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you are: entertaining and profit- We pay highest commissions to !agents selling our :
able Money Orders Pay Light"Bill Here
able games, because of'the established line of Christmas ,greeting cards with r -
prizes that will' be valU"1 customer's free W. W. Welters, Registered Pharmacist, Prop.
away. Dancing will be name imprinted. Write for album .

for agenda the and funniest a "Big costume.Door How I and start selling now.ENTERPRISE. 4634 N.W. 27th Ave. NE 4-7233

ever, costumes aren't required, as
It Is a come! as you are party. GREETING CARDS : : : j ..
We promise that no one will
have a dull moment as there will Post Office Box 9221, Atlanta/ Ga.
be games and entertainment for .
everyone. So come and bring a BARKLEY'S CUT RA TE STOKE
friend! Both of you will enjoy 1, -
very much. .
The Friendly Store, With The Warm Welcome

Hallowe'en Party RADIO DISPATCHED 1201 N.W.3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376

The THE FINEST PRODUCTS AT CUT RATE PRICES
Saints Ann Margaret chap-

ter the of the Incarnation Episcopal Churchwomenof Is sponsoring Magic City Cabs24HOUR HALLOWE'EN MASQUERADE COSTUMES i !

a Hallowe'en Party on Friday Princess Costumes ,$1 up Captain and Kids Costumes I
October 23 at the home of Mrs. SERVICEALSO Ho-Bo Costumes Captain Kldd's Costumes
John H. Anderson, 1785 NW 53th Clown Costumes Joe Palooka Costumes I
terrace at 8 ipjn. The public Is SERVING LIBERTY CITY, BROWN SUB AND Devil Costumes Masks of all Kinds
cordially invited. A door, prize COCONUT GROVE AREAS Mickey Mouse ,Costumes Noise Makers I
'will bo given. Foods 'and drink Dutch ,Girl Costumes JacoOLsnterna!

on sale. Phones: FR 3-0539 ,and FR 3.7004 Open Dally amd Sunday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. I
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UNITED Splendid St JeJeol st" I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1959 PAGE 15 ..)
will be the sermon topic of the .
Rev. Rcibert W. Sonen, ministerof
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---- -- Dixie Highway' at SW 29th Roaddo MT. CALVARY BAPTIST TO TALK ON :" >

....This.. It United Nations. Week, PROGRAM Sunday, Oct. 25, 11 am. A Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor EVERGLADESPARK '
1 formal l service i
: of recognition for '
when we commemorate the Phyllis Myers, reporter
founding otf an organization dedicated The Baha'i of Greater Miami new Members with will be held that Sunday School....................... 8:30 ;\:,:
to world unity. It is a wonderful are sponsoring a public morning, President< Robert Morning worship .................. 11:00: '/1'1
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age to be living in, when in observance of United meeting Nations Deehl, participating In the BTU .................._...................... 5:30 Warren Hamilton, superintendent I
world unity is possible. Before Week, Saturday, Oct. 24, 8 p.m. | service with the minister. Evening worship .................... 7:00: of the Everglades National
this radiant century of scientific in the Card That Park will discuss "Expanding: Facilities .'
at
(Room of the Roney evening 8:15 new members < There
will be
delicious chicken
advancement, such a goal could Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach. The and friends have been In. dinner a in the Everglades NationalPaiV' "44 II
sold in the kitchen
not be achieved, as lack of trans- speakers will be Hendrick J.i I 1 vited to an informal get-togethar at the Miami Public Library J,i
Sunday behalf of the
portation and communication facilities Berns, noted Miami newspaperman j at the .parsonage' 5133 Riviera on pastor'sanniversary. en October 27 at 8 on the
kept us from knowing our and Mrs. Barbara Dean Drive, Coral Gables. monthly program sponsored by
neighbors in the far parts of the Davenport, internationally known Community Group No. 6 will The sick and shut-ins are Sis the library and the Tropical Au-
world. It Is only since science has!! fashion designer.! have their ,first fall meeting and ter Ode Hooks, Sis. Ross, Sis. dubcn Society. Dr. William Rob-
developed these, two 'Vvorld. Mr. Berns, world traveler and box supper on Tuesday, Oct.,. 27, Blake and Sis. R. Green. Letus ertson, Regional Field Research'Diologlst
shrinkers" plus a world destroyer outstanding speaker, is associate 6:30: pm. at the home of Dr. and pray for them to get speedy re- chief and Ernest Christensen, ,
. .atomic energy . that we: editor on foreign news for the Mrs Samuel P. Meyers, 8115 SW covery. glades park National naturalist of the Ever )?',
have become conscious of our interdependence 1 Miami News, coming from the 17th street.Grace Park, will also
and the futility of Miami Herald where he was Vlsitods are always welcome tc speak. The park 1 it under govern- :.
Isolationism. Thus, world unity is special news editor for 11 years. '''Presbyterian come and worship with us at any ment under supervision and not operated ":;"'

not only possible, but necessary He was warded, in 1957, the tune\ segregated rules. ,1If
to our continued existence New York Herald-Tribune $5000 Church Has New .
fellowship to ,study Latin Amer !II 1
Two 'attempts at world 'federation ica, and is the only Pastor Haynes and Holmes
newspaperman HARLEM
have been made both 1 in SQUARE ,
to receive the National 1 I,
this century. The league of Na. Council of Christian and Jew. Beginning Sunday, Oct. 25 the SWEET SHOPA CARPENTERS y,
tions, after World War I, failed Brotherhood Award pulpit of the Grace Presbyterian ;
miserably, because we were not Church, N W. 14th ave. at 69thst. FULL LINE OF GROCERIES AND BUILDERS ...
ready for unity. Now the United Mrs. Davenport, a recognized will be filled! by the Rev
Nations has developed in a time fashion authority, has been featured William Fairfax Savoy of De- COLD CUTS COSMETICS EXPERT ,REPAIRMEN !
when unity is the desire of mostof on Edward Murrow's program .' troit, ,Mich. 203 N.W. 10th Street
the pec* le on earth. "This I Believe." In 1950 Rev. Savoy was educated in .. Call "
.. NE
she accompanied her husband, the public schools of Columbus, = : : 5.8976 ,
While these efforts are of re. Capt. Jacob Davenport, to Japan Ohio, and received his B. A. and
cent times, the need for an inter- where he served iwith the U. S. M, A. degrees at Ohio State Uni- or NE 33046"PUNCTUALITY
national tribunal was envisaged Air Force. Here she earned the versity.
nearly 100 years ago by Baha'u'l- title, "Japan's first Lady of fash- After serving some time in the
lah, Founder of the Baha'i World icn. She posed for ,photographs Air Force,of the United States, he LOTS FOR SALE
Faith. 'His plan was, "That the In fashion layout, the first Occi was discharged in 1955 and en- IS
national assemblies of each coun- dental to become a Japanese cover Corner 150 x 120 THE POLITENESS OF 5KINGS"
try and nation . that is to say; ,girl She wrote for Seminary. Build lot '
on
their parliaments should elect magazines. At present she still in June of 1958. your
two or three persons who are the contributes to these magazines or mine
choicest men of that nation, and She also lectures before woman's While attending Seminary, he (Author's name below)
are well informed concerning, International clubs throughout this country did work at East Harlem Protestant We take care of financingNO
It
laws and the relations using both mediums to stimulate' Parish, Church of (he Mas Punctuality more than
between governments and awareof better understanding between ter, Presbyterian, and Riverside MONEY DOWN just politeness In our phar
the essentital needs of the Jmancse and American women., Church; all of New York City macy. Almost everything we
world of humanity today. The ,I Rev. Savoy also served as assistant Cash paid for your lots or supply affects the better
number of these representativesshould She is the author of two books' pastor for one year at Dc1 health or comfort of our
be in proportion to the "Through My Looking Glass,'1 troit.On homeSEYMOUR
number of inhabitants of that and Both Sides of the Mirror." Sunday, Nov. 15 at eight BARON patrons. Therefore we make
country. The election of these Both speakers will elaborate on pm. the Southeast Presbytery: of every possible effort to keep
souls who are chosen by the national the theme "United Nations for a the United Presbyterian Churchin JE 8-1340 I any spoken or Implied
assembly, or parliament, United World.. Mrs. Davenport, the U. S. A. will meet at Grace promise.
must ,be confirmed by the upper representing the Baha'i World for the formal installation the Licensed and Insured Builders
house, the congress and the cabs Faith, will stress the spiritual Rev. Mr. Savoy The public 1 I Rain or shine, our pharmacy
net, and also by the president or basis for a united world. cordially invited to this service. Is opened at Its specified
monarch so that these persons Everyone is cordially invited to __ _____ _ n ___ ___ I time each morning.
may be the elected ones of all the attend this meeting. There is no
Busy or not we stay open
nation and the government. From admission fee.
these 'People the members of the WHY PAY RENTWhen late hours for sickness
Supreme Tribunal will be elect NOTICEAll keeps no early closing hours.
ed, and all mankind will thus you can buy this two bedroom CBS home for only $395 Compounding prescriptionsIs
have a share therein, for every officers and members of down and pay balance at $75 per month. Move In with down '
our most Important duty
one of these delegates is fully the Junior and Senior Usher payment. NO CLOSING COSTS OR ANYTHING.OR .
representative of his nation., Union Association are urged to and you can depend on us
When the Supreme Tribunal gives be present at our monthly program to always have them ready
a ruling on any international Sunday, Oct. 25, 3 pm Will trade for another house or let at the promised time. .
question, whether shanp. The program will bt
unanimously
or See 2771 N.W. 44th Street
by majority rule, there will no sponsored between Friendship 0
longer be Baptist Church Junior Usher
any pretext for the
plaintiff or ground of objection Board and the senior ushers board LANDRY REALTY MO 7.2570 YOUR DOCTOR

tor the defendent. In case any of program twill be sponsored at 6268 S.W. 8th Street Evenings MO 7.4936 CAN PHONEFR
the governments or nations, i in Friendship, NW 6th ave. and 14th 3.2932
the execution of the irrefutable I at.
Dea David Hudson, president WHEN YOU NEEDA
decision of the Supreme Tribunal I
be negligent or dilatory, the rest Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor MEDICINE
of the nations will rise up against Mrs. Tommie L. Ellison Rep
it, ,because all the governments RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE s

and nations of the world are the Rectal Diseases Varicose Veins Pick up your prescription
supporters of this Supreme Tri J. B. SMITH a> If ,shopping near us, or let
bunal." ELECTRICSERVICE Effect! painless, non-surgical office treatments at ,low costno us deliver promptly without

Without a spiritual foundation, loss time or Income. Avoid surgery and hospltallzatlon. Why extra charge. A great many
such a tribunal will fail. Baha'u'l- wear truss? Why suffer, delay and get worse? people entrust us with ,their
lah stated, "Unless material civi prescriptions. May wa compound *
Electrical Contractor CONSULTATION FREE
lization combines will Divine 0 9 yours?
clvilzatkm, the desired result, HOUS :WIRING"Don't Special medication, treatments, diets for arthritic, neuritis, ul> e -
which is the felicity of mankind, cert, blood pressure, sinus, anemia, lost vigor, chronic disease
will not be attained. cuss Call us" of men and women. SERVICE

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MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" PLANS of operation and the' patient list tort and well being.' ...' .-
his steadily increased. ''until to Acccustieai the will toe rued to
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 1959 COMPLETED FOR date this ,year, more'than' 15,000 the ceilings to subdue noises that
... ... ... patients ,have been admitted. Ovei are disturbing to patients ana
--- ... .. ... ... NEW MAGNOLIA 2,000 babies have been delivered stall as well. She exterior of the
with a record count of 23 In on structure is CBS with ceramic
HOSPITAL'Founded week during the month of August tile trim in modern motif.
Zeta YearMirrors in 1951 with! a staff The new Magnolia Hospital win -The' public .will be invited to
of seven doctors and nurses, Mag- occupy an 'excess of 12,000 feet on 'open house at Magnolia Hospital
nolia Ostea.pathic Hospital hay V& tract, allowing more ueon its completion. Magnolia 1*
a ,2 acre
outgrown its present facilities and adequate room fOr further expansLe located at 14310 NW &n davfi. :
Action is on the threshold of a great QX. there will be complete'
pansion program;:", operating, examination, deliveryroom ,Men's Day atFirst '.:

'Members of Beta Tau Zeta aid to worthy young college wo- When Magnolia opened its doorsto utilizing and latest laboratory techniques facilities and Baptist L
chapter of the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority men already enrolled. the public it primarily served equipment. ,
Inc., have set their sorority Inspired by the fine reports the colored population of 0 'p a
Locka and the, immediate areas.. Sunday, Oct. 25 the of the
satellite this year for community brought to them by Mrs. Ruth The entire building will be centrally men
improvement, civic awarenessand North Polite and Mrs. Inez C. However, scon patients were coming air 'conditioned, controlled First' Baptist Church will begin
spirited action; Under the Foster, who attended the sorority to Magnolia from as far from strategic points to fill the celebrating their 3rd annualMen's
dynamic leadership of Mrs. Marguerite Boule held In San Francisco this away as Perrine and West Palm needs of a specific area. A more Day program beginning at
Miller, the basileus, the year, the Zeta women are attack- Beach. than adequate, sewage disposal 9:30: Sunday School conducted by
group is preparing its annual com I ing the mounting delinquency Approximately 1600 patientswere unit will be installed to assure the Bro. Leroy Potter .with all visiting
munity birthday calendar, visi- problems through their Amicette treated during the first yea utmost in sanitation.! The new teacher's1. The 11 am. speaker
tations and donations to recognized -' group; and, establishing rapport tiled 'kitchen can turn out more will be Rev. W H. ra1s n. The
agencies and an all-out "bal with service organizations In the than 100 diets at each meal and speaker. for the evening will be
lot" revue. Funds from the cal- city .Proud of the fact that the picnic and 'play-time activity. waiting room facilities will comfortably Rev. Rosco Jackson. Some of the
endar will be used for high school) national sorority house Is now1) a Dorothy Ellen Jenkins' the prEsi- seat approximately 50 most outstanding men from various -
scholarships; and, scholarship reality, located in Washington, dent of Amicettes, will direct the persons. churches of Miami will be
D.C. many of the sorors have already activities assisted by Brenda Interior decorations specifica- conducting the services duringthe
I planned to visit the 'premises Williams and Bobble McCray. tions call far individually decor i entire program.
during the Christmas holidays. Special, iguests of ,the young ladies ated rooms in soft pastels Ito ,aid I The chairman is Deacon N. '
will be 9th and 10th grade girls. the patient to a feeling of com- Newsoine. J

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LOVELYHOMES ter IN NOVEMBERAll at set the to Southeastern represent the Regionalto chap- ; | Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From ra i i1t

be held in Charleston, S. C
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during weekend the are Thanksgiving Mrs. Marian holiday H I 1t: # : VISIT OR CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645: :

Shannon, who has recently been LII1I
appointed by the Grand Basileus
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to serve as associate director of i' k '"uII f
the Regional (serving Florida);I ,
FOR SALEIn Mrs. Ruth N. Polite, state direc- ,
tor of Amicae Affairs; Mrs. Marguerite .
Northwest55th Miller and Mrs. EugeniaB. lts
Thomas During the recent '1h
National Baptist Convention, Mrs. l
St. Area Thomas was named 1st vice pres- i : S "
ident of the Young Peoples Department n2 'l r 1 i u'c '
; she serves as 1st Antl-! H _ '
Basileus of the.Miami Zeta chap-
ter. \ ; c;\ _ _ i: : 1 u
NEW SORORS N ( % l
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Miss Betty Christian, recent i f s : 1. ,; z1t

graduate of Knoxville College; iii s
and scholarship winner, for 1955;1 ti rA's
Miss Dorothy Howell, ,sister 02'' iiH
Low Down Payments Soror Mary Howell Bannerman; .
and Miss Catherine Hutchinson : :
Easy Monthly Terms were welcomed at the initial] ii fi A.
meeting for the sorority year. j1'} : ''":::4 .
o Miss Christian,'an outstanding 8g. .
soloist, will 'be remembered for '
Only 1 Mortgage her fine concert renditions 'While
a member of the Booker I T,
Washington High School' Choral U:
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Officers for the sorority year
Third Ave. Include: Mrs. Juanita W. Scott, t ----- -
financial secretary Mrs Vemay
P. Jones, recording; secretary) ;lt!I FLAGS For This New CBS Home CUSTOM BUILTGORGEOUS

Mrs R. N. Polite, treasurer; Mrs i FLYING! ! 1
Marian HI Shannon, Journalist $795 It1I
Realty Mrs. Hannah S. Edward, 2nd 1..1' ONLY DOWN

Johnson Antl-Basileus, corresponding; Miss Georgianns secretaryand t, IN OPA LOCKA SEE 1770;
Mrs. Sylvia S. .Lambert, !: 0 Built-in Oven, Range t Close- to Schools i
742 NW 3rd Ave. chaplain. r4 0 All Rear Florida Porch All Jalousied iKi
Miss Georgiana Johnson and I e Only One IPayment Monthly .. Separate Utility Room X3.g.
Mrs. Rosa Lee Fortson are direc- Bathroom
Large Lot All Modern
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tors of the community birthday
FR 4-3297 calendar project; Mrs. Shannonand g.i No Closing Costs Move Right In
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Mrs. Dorothy J. McKellar are OPEN THIS .SUNDAY fto J 0 P.M
AND advisers to the Amicettes; Mrs. E. w
, Thomas !is, adviser to the Amicae j/
- NE 4-0394 and director of the Founder's Day Brand New CBS Homes Only $495 Down
activities;' and, Mrs. Hannah Ed- $495 Down
1 wards is director of the Finer 2-bedroom, furnished home, close to I
S. Hutcheson, Jr. Womanhood Week programs. Custom built., ''North Miami Beach. Orchard Villa School., Large comer '

AMICETTES \AHOY Close to 163rd St. Shopping Center. beautifully landscaped lot. Only one
Registered City water, 3bedrooms, large utilitY' mortgage. $20 week pays all. Hurry!
Rear Estate Broker Twenty girls of Junior and See. Open Sunday 1-6 p.m. 1436 N.E. ,12
senior classes in the high school) 153rd Terr.
will be guests of the sorority ; Special! 2 (Duplexes Special! Q
Oct. 24 In the first annual beachI'd ; Brand New $1,500 down buys both of these 1 yr. L't';!
3-Bedroom CBS buildings. Each has
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