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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: October 31, 1959
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00674
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I Lula Kemp Graduate Model II .

Becomes Affianced, t e Pools, Parks Suits

fo be Filed TodayThe y I i

bubble for Greater Miami'll Commission met at three o'clock tegratlon six Negroes used two

120,000 Negroes burst ,. and ordered Willard, to return the of the city's "white" pools. Fousworn
nesday exactly 24 hours after an parks and, pools to segregated :'
at Manor Park and two at
historic decision by the. city manager facilities., ,
to open all city swimming I During Miami's one day of in- Edison Park.
ppjjj a pools, parks and recreational facilities -
to them.

I Gibson, announced on Thursday -

. that he had Instructed Gravesto Student
Top Ranking
file a federal court suit on StLet's

j,- . Friday to \force Integration: of all
municipal recreation facilities.
." x The Commission has suggested '
; .a conference 'with Negro leaden Barred from JacksonHe
to discuss the situation. Negroes
:' have decided that the City Commission -
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., Is not sincere and under- I As, the current series of pupil
; stands just one thing-a federal assignment talks came to a closeon I his stretch out the bright
lives with grandmother
"red carpet" and extend copious
The engagement of Miss Lula court order. Wednesday, the Dade County 'iwo-flfth of a> mile from Booker congratulations to our own
Kemp, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Miami NAACP ,president, the School Board was asked to admit.. T. and 2.04 miles from Jackson. Evelyn Tynes of 2455 NW 159th
Yorick of Rev Theodore Gibson, its legal Theodcre Gibson, Jr., to the a1 examination
Kemp Liberty City, to Hall admitted on cross Terrace who Is the proud possessor -
Morgan Tharpe Jr. of Brooklyn counsel, Atty. G E. Graves, end white Miami Jackson High. that some of Jackson's stu- of a diploma1 recently
N.Y., son of Mr. and Mrs. Mor- Garth C. Reeves of the Miami The 15-year-old: son of the awarded her upon completion ofa
gan Tharpe, of Hawklnsville, Ga. Times had met (with City Mana- Rev. Father Theodore Gibson, dents travel longer distances. specialized course at the famed
has been announced by the pro. I ger Ira Willard for an hour' anda held the rank last year among the Mrs. Ruby Castelow of North Grace Dawns School of Charm,
half Tuesday and laid their top seven per cent of all ninth
spective bride's parents.
Modeling Body Figurlzing in
told the Board that
Miami Beach
The bride-to-be Is an alumnaof cards on the table, asking the grade students not only at Booker New York City.
city manager for unlimited usaf T. Washington High, but in a almost 100 Negro children who
Tuskegee Institute and Columbia Before going to New York to
all tax supported recreation national achievement test. The live near Fulford Elementary ridea
take her .
University. She Is a mem- studies, Mrs. Tynes became
facilities. board voted to take more testi* ,bus six miles to attend Bunch
of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority well known through the
'After City Attorney William mony on his case next Wednes.' Park Elementary in Opa !Locka successful operating of her
She & Pallet told Willard there' was no day. classes In reducing that
the granddaughter of were
( She seeks to have her 7-year-olc
valid law bar he Gibson's request to attend -
the to Negroes Young conducted at the Fashionetts
late Deacon and Mrs. Edward
promptly ordered parks and recreation Jackson High was denied, twins assigned to the Fulford
Wilkinson, end the late Rev. end Beauty 6888 NW 15th Ave.
Mrs. Moses Kemp, both 01 the director James Hilton to Supt. Joe Hall said, because "he school. in Liberty City
open the city facilities effective attended Booker T. WashingtonHigh !
Bahamas Ladles of all sizos and
The !board :considering. ages,
three .m. that day. in the past" and because of Is both
; !
shapes will be
The prospective bridegroom attended / most happy to
mhe the the distance from home.)II 'cam. I' !II f '
Savannah, State College following day City (greater ', learn that Mrs. Tynes has

where he belonged to the Sphinx .. brought back with her a golden
Club. He served three yean in treasury of the most advanced
the Armed Forces. methods on how to slenderize,
lie Is a grandson of the late look younger and maintain an attractive -
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Thorpe Sr. 2 Killed in Liberty City (figure.Remember. .
and Mr. and Mrs. Washington Evelyn Tynea'
Key, both of Hawklnsville. classes are designed to help any
I woman who sincerely desires to
I Thelma Davis, 37 of 3304 NW Smith was shot on Saturday in belp herself.

,,,,:- .:.r,\ 7- ,\fIW"1t;,--,. ;; 51st st., and Eddie Smith, 55 killed of an argument with a woman In the You may have ;your choice of
" ' ,;.t. '"7 ;' 1740 NW 66th St., were 6800 block on 18th ave. In Liberty group or private Instructions.

: : last Lovett weekend.Johnson, wfao lived at City. Willa Mae Norris, 33, Immediate Registration information now going on. For
of 2149 NW 60th st. is as to reg
J Miss Davis address, 1 I' being held stratton! fees or schedule of
In connection: with her death. sought by police as a suspect. classes phone NA 1-0470 now '

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'Trash Man Confesses

Holdup and Murder

Paul Bush, 31-year-old trash
collector of, Richmond
NO BOND FOR has confessed the fatal shooting!

BLONDE of a hardware store owner on
Oct. 2 in a $152 holdup, according II I
MURDERERAttorneys to Metro Sheriff I
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Bush is said to have confessed
of Mrs. Catherine that after waiting in the area for
Tlressler attemcled: to have her three-quarters. of an hour to de- I
released on bond from Dade cide, he went in the store at
County prison 'on Wednesday, 6831 Bird Road and killed Paul I
Y Who Will Reign ,as community. but were unsuccessful for lack Alleribaugh, the owner, while y I
I Shown Inthe picture, left to I of witnesses robbing the store.He .
Miami Alpha right are: Mrs. ,Faye Smith, a ; wa identified by the victim's I
The "bolita blonde" Is await-
'graduate of Tennesse State College
son. Police are looking for
Queen for 1960 Nashville,. Tenn. and a hig trial in Jail on a first degree a gun Bush, said he threw in a I
member of Delta Sigma Theta murder charge in the fatal vacant lot after the robbery
Mrs. Ella M. Wyche, the popular Sorority. Miss Gloria Smith, senior booting of Norman King.
school mann of Buncbe Park Bethune-Cookman College, Three officers testified on
Elementary School, who reigned and a member of Alpha Kappa Wednesday that she denied the Adderley GetsMembership

successfully and creditably as Alpha Sorority; Miss Carmen shooting. In ALA
the 1959 Queen of Miami's Alphas Dean,'a recent graduate of North .
is shown in the center of lovely' Carolina College, Durham, mem- JAX SUES Charles A. Adderley, 1747 NW 968-59 The attractive Betty Moore,
ladies who are vying for her coveted ber of Alpha Kappa Alpha; Mrs. FOR MIXED 4th ave., employed at Printing Northwestern Homecoming Senior Queen at

title Ella M. Wyche, 1939 Queen .a Arts, 1300 NW 29th It., was Installed up her throne to Miss High gave
Not only ate the young ladles graduate of Allen University, RECREATIONA as a member la the Simpklns. Betty who Patricia
showing an unbeatable determi- Columbia, S.C.; Miss LeJean Din- Amalgamated Lithographers of reigned most graciously -
nation to win but in addition the kins, a recent graduate of Morris federal court order to desegregate America Local 78. lIe holds a football games, crowned over last the year's
Alpha men of the county have divided Brown College, Atlanta, a the city recreational rating of a Journeyman' In Off Ills Homecoming Queen new ,
themselves into croups and ''member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority facilities. has been 'acted' by a set printing ,and to presently! the Assembly during]
are behind each contestant and ; Mrs Marlon Finder 'Allen group of' Negroes in Jacksonville. known to be the only Negro 23 at which time program Betty used on Oct. .
are competing among themselves. a graduate; of ADen Unhrer- Some of them won' In the federal working '.,jar recognised JBCOVbenhlp last moments to her her ..
M It win be interesting to follow the city, Columbia,'a member of Alpha court order which integrated in the .state. predation for having express;been ape
activities of this contest 'and help Kappa 'Alpha Sorority; Mrs. municipal golf courses recently.They .. This h another advancement in to represent the student able.
to determine the answer to the Irene McKenzie, a popular student are working along with this growing community. the many activities body at
question Who Will be Queen enrolled tin Ceasors University members of the Interdenominational past year. during the
of Miami's Alphas of Cosmetology (not shown); Ministerial Alliance. The Betty is en active member of
Mrs. Helen Bush Blossom grad cityhas closed the golf courses onvflle's public fadliUt. including the school as well as church
Proceeds will go toward the uate of West .Virginia State Col and is considering to Mil them. the Gator !Bawl Baseball and organizations .
scholarship fund to help young lege, Institute,West, Va. a member Should the court grant a per- Park, and others would be free Mr. Bennie Moore community Is her etuba.
men to attend college :from our of Alpha TCappa Sorority., manent injunction, all vf Jack- from .segregation., r' room teacher. J1mne." "
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THE MIAMI TIMES; -"The Peoples' Newspaper" : TEACHER Children's Hour I Flowers, Mrs. Wilhelmema Ruby

To be PresentedOn Woods, Mrs. Winnie Brooks, Mrs
PAGE 2 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1959 SALUTED AS I Pecola McFatten, Mrs. Majrsie'
Sunday evening, Nov. 8,
WOMAN' OF Henderson, Mrs. Doris Brown
from 4-6 .pjn. some of the outstanding -, Jessie Samuels; Billie Pitts, Mrs':
\\ THE WEEKThe talent among our younger Pricilla Thompson.For .
people will (be featured at a .
( following article was taken' fall tea. This program, which is The Highest in
from the Austin, Texas Mirror. being given to benefit the Wo
L& Mrs. Street Is the former Mary men's Day drive of the New Hope COSMETICSCall
C Leu Young, daughter of Mrs, Baptist Church, will take place at YUkon 3-5681
__ Farah: Smalley of 363 [fJW 17th the James E. Scott Community .
Stt) Center, 7226 NW 22nd ave "S.D "
ISxQGYMt NCfR7 Mrs. O B. Street is an honoruduate Everyone is cordially invited tc Also
I of the Booker T. Washington come out and see the children ol
High School of Miami, Fla. our community in action and at Miami Times Newspaper,
Don't Juit beautiful modeling display ol She attended Tuskegee Institute, their best. I I -_..._ :"
talent, achieved at Grace I Ala and ''partIcipated actively in Rev. J. E. Brown, pastor
When things g0 wrong, as licensed professional various campus organizations: I Mrs Juanita Newsome, I Beautiful Home on
times will I school. Evelyn is dis She attended Tuskegee..Institute, I I captain and sponsoi I Your. Lot
When the road you're a certificate of graduation with a bachelor of Science degree ,
seems all uphill this school. Two are licensed in business. She has.done graduate Beauticians Return ? axdac&'vxCompl.te
When the funds are law and I New York and this one. Aork at Columbia. Universityand
debts are high, received the Master's De- From 'Convention
And ycu Jwant to smile, ,but HERBERT MURRAY will open 'tree from the University of Texas. -
62nd St. and 22nd Live A huge delegation t>f Floridans
have to sigh, I ave. She has been a member ol
I and tackle shop. Aside from have recently returned to their
When is
care pressing you the Huston-Tilliston college family
famous Tiger Spray Murry respective hometowns ana reportan
a bit, 1944 'where she
I since servesas
the Youth enjcyable time as well as educational
Liberty City
Rest if ,
you must, but don't I an Instructor in 'business edu-
. Miami Alumni Chapter at the National Beauty
Life is is its I Alpha Psl Fraternity is -ation. CulturM/ Institute and Ck *ven- building service
queer twists of Alpha
She i charter member
a -
its Kappa Kostume Kab- tion held in Philadelphia.Attending .
turns I
Theta Chapter of Delta PIEs1on' PLANNING
As ball tonight (Friday at the were Mrs. Billif
learn everyone IUS Square . The "Royal- a National Business Education Pitts, Mrs. Winnie Brooks, Mrs S BUILDING
And many, a failure turns. I second anniversary ball is Fraternity, at the Uni- Pecola McFatten, Maggie Hender. FINANCING
When he might have won had Nov. 5 at Club Fiesta versity OIl Texas.several She holds membership son, Doris Burney, Jessie Samuel 1, Your New Horn
stuck it out. . Sunlight School of :Beauty in professional Ruby Flowers, Wilhemina Wood,
Stick to your task, though 23rd prom and Hair business education associations, D. A. Julius, Pricilla Thompson, REPAIRINGREMODELING
and has served consultant in
pace seems 'slow: Revue and Crowning of as I Marion Muldrow, Mildred Williams .
You may succeed with Sunlight, '59-60 gets under- the area of business administration I Betty Collins and Bertha
blow. Friday, Nov. 6 . A Tea for several district (iEduca-1 Perry. e RENOVATING
Fashion Show given ,by the tional Association meetings. Mrs Pearl Haley, Ola Cooper,
Often goal is Social Club at Com Her religious and civic interestis I Rosa L. Dean and Emma Hill of Over Twenty Years of
it seems Center, 6244 NW 14th evidenced by membership in Broward County. Construction Experience
To faint asd faltering man; ., Sunday, Nov. 15. several) community organizatjons I Mrs- Rutha Fuller, Mamie Guaranteed' Satisfaction
Often the struggler has given including the YWCA and Order Howard, E. Jones, Lawintha
When he might have captured BIRTHDAYS: Karen Johnson, of The Eastern Star. She is the Smith of St. Petersburg.Mrs. .
victor's 'cup; Lunday, Charles L. Wil president of the Friendship Club, Gertrude Shipp of WPB g ? L7mOOO
And he learned too late ) and Lenora Barr 30; Ros- .Journalist. of the Alumnae Chao- and Mrs. Josie L. Hurley and
the night slipped down, Kershaw 31, ; Raiwn O'Hara of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Ruthie Kleckly of Orlando. Yf'ffiNE
How close he was to the Nov. 1; Eleazar Barr Sr., and serves as Assistant Secretaryf The Theta Nu Sigma Sororitywill
crown. Johnson, Samuel Culmer, the Missionary Society of ( meet at the home of Mrs 5-6171
: Angela Culmer, Steward Mat- 'Ebenezer Baptist' Church. Along Olga Ccoper Monday, Nov. 2 at
1121 N.W. 29th Street
CREDIT FOR Second Blanche Dean, Margaret with her husband, she will serve: 4 ''I'.m. All members are asked to
new night life and 4; Charles Fortson, Jack' as cc-president of the KealIng; please be present. Miami
can PO to Clyde Killen His Daniels, Anna Smith, Marjorie Junior High School PI'Jfor the Pledges Theta Nu Sigma: Mrs.
stand at the Elks llth Howard Coachman Jr. 5 present school year. I r
on She Is the wife of Oliver B.
was the trot: for sometime. Gladden, Vera Smith,
North 6 . Elaine Smith, Sitraoiel. general contractor and
he moved into 18-year-old daughter owner of Street Construction Co.
the Fiesta, it was, Eloise Smith (J&J clerk) cele- They are the parents of one son, EVERYTHING IN
a great happening her birthday away/ from Oliver, Jr., a student of Healing
for Bill on Oct. 14. She spent the Junior High School.HARLEM .
Sawyer's' Mary 7th weekend with her tam- SCHOOL SUPPLIESAT
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(Elizabeth Hotel. on the sad mission of burying
Strange as it f t aunt in Ocala, returning to St. SQUARF.
NY to report for duties
may seem, we f .
seldom mentionthe ; Qct. 9. SWEET ...SHOPA r LOWEST PRICESCOMMUNITY.

guys behind: PULL LINE
ED from Call
the bar. I
I for the winter season ', DRUG
forced to say: 1. COLD CUTS COSMETICS
Griffin Is sporting a
CLYDE white Cadillac convertible 203 N.W. 10th Street Corner N.W. 15th Ave. and 68th St. OX 17515YOUR

William Sims are the Frierson jolliest and I have Cassandra grad, Hannah has been, a North-voted C'. ,.:::::.....:: f

in some time ,Irwin at the Junior" at St. Augustine's
wouldn't like this.) Yep! they th'a in Raleigh, N.c. .
OK. to Marie (Ferguson)
James Floyd, theirs arrived
THE OUTINGS most 24. It's a 'girl Apryl Denise
about were the YWSG ( . The Samuel Paynes (Dore- CREDIT IS OJC ATBAKER'S
Wcmen Social Civic Club.) ) addition was another son.
trice Murry, president, and
Stanley (a most congenial
tess), vice president. The Pe Ella Robinson

aim to helo all . A BTW Aulmni
party' staged at the Fiesta by
group honored Geraldine QueenAt
was a dilly . Hazel e *
the sweetest ,barmaid this side a ,special meeting of the
Dixie Such names for the T. Washington High
as Sweetie Pie, Honey and Alumni Association, held liy#
continue to make Liberty nirht at the school, Miss
habitutes'' among the. city ; Ella Robinson, a member of :
attendants. They like Hazel recent Class of '59, was
!Deloris! Johnson (she sits at elected Alumni
Fiesta near the Drummer B 0 Queen for the cur-
Friend-Freddie) and term. Miss Robinson named
Holmes (a'' long time her attendants: Miss Bertha ;MONEY DOWN'
fireman) were among now and Miss Sheila Mills, who
quaintances over the weekend. 1959.also members of the Class

WALLY FUTCH Is Miss Delores Ervln and Miss
He's still going .strong at Barrow, two more members V; ;v s / e
Lounge on Biscayne: Blvd '. the class were named as ma-
Marian Griffin wait tables .
tween acts at Fiesta, . This year the homecoming: ;|tfytl; / e /r s
Lopez (the laughing Cuban) the Alumni (will also
in from Key West can be seen two cheer leaders to''assist
Studio 2 (the latest happening regular /pep squad in leading ::||Miit. s s s I
Sir John Club) alone !with veils of, the student body.
gela Johnson and Roy Jan Williams and Na-
Thev say it's real gone . ) Strong, both of the class of . i.
Louis is In the lounge here
; were named as cheer leaders.

the with Count Cleveland whale Wade.on the The H+ AU of the graduates who will spurt olcfesf erecj/t/ cfepartm nf sllllll*

mond organ is <'ICC'mln1'' th lumni celebration during the ,..............................
highly . Mona Lesa were .r..y

to the main stem this past of the class of '59. 1| NAME. .,. . . . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . ..
end. His Concord Hotel NOV. 21 B/fn r mp/f/ Miff
and Lava's Country Club i ADDRESS.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : airf
: ct thargt* ere*
ance In N *w York rates him The annual hcmecornlng cele- 1

on Baker's Famous Corner I at BTW will be held on PHONE..'. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .,. . ; roanf vy/U oe opened
traction I just got to praise Nov. 21. The Baby
Connie Farmer (better half of Tuskegee Institute will j! How Loan In Miami. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 .
Famous Corner boss.) The the Tornadoes opponents. The I '
se continue to entice will be played at Dorsey EMPLOYER. . . . . . . . . 00. . . . . . ;
with her pleasant smile and 1 1 HtiED I TAPENODEUY
sonality Is It. Proceeding the game will come : ADDRESS.-.o. . . . . . . :

giant parade. Leading the ) Hit 2 Nacts WKm Yen Heft Credit
ALEC STEPHENS and will be the Alumni Ma' i I

Bailey swap weeks at 27th and bringing up the rear I.-. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Booker Terrace Lounre this the spectacle will be the 1.

It's Alec's. They continue to float Riding the float . .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 1

.ture. Evelyn Wednesday Tynes night returned be.the Following queen the and game her will at- .................... .......r.wrrw.ww.w..i

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SATURDAY,, OCTOBER'' 31, 1959 PAGE 3 -

"1 r' NOTICE ,

: All members of New Provi-
dence Court No. 129 Heroines of \S:2 : It
Jericho are requested to attend ::.1
a meeting ,at the Masonic Templeat
941 NW 3rd a ve. on Thursday
Nov 5, .for the arrangement of
heir annual ,benefit tea. We are (
xpecting all members to be
present and cn time at 7:30: p.m.
Mrs. Johnnie M. (Hill, MAM
Miss Ercell Culmer, Sec'y

Sunlight 23rdHomecoming /1 J1 J

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The Sunlight: School of Beauty
Culture will hold its 23rd Annual
Homecoming: Gradua-
M tion Exercises next 'week. Following "
is the schedule: I ...
Monday, Ncv. Clinical Work-
: shop and Acquaintance Banquetat
St. Agnes Parish Hall,'3rd ct.
Tuesday and Wedesckaiy--Clinl- CLYDE KILLENS ,
A cal Workshop continued.
Thursday State Board Exam Proudly presents file

Friday Prom, Hair Style and ONCE A MONTH
House Redeemer School Fashion Revue; also crowning of "
Open at Holy ."Miss Sunlight" for 1959-60. BIG SHOW )

PreHallowe'enDance Sunday 7 --Graduation Ex-
Open house at Holy Redeemer School was a' big suc- ercises at pjn.Mt. Zion Baptist' Thurs., Nov. 12

cess. Here are first grade parents assembled in Sr. AnnLeo's Church, NW 3rd ave. and 9th st
classroom attentively observing a demonstration on The Rev };. T Graham will deliver FIESTA CLUB

r the type and amount of work done in the school. Can you dance like a ghost? the baccalaureate sermon Title of next show
The way you dances can you
beast? Cancer Institute at 'Wedding in Goose Hollow'

... 't Then ccme one, come all Ritz SaturdayThe Amateur Show
And show us what you can do,
. PHIL OSSOFER Cause everybody's"gonna be there Every TuesdayThe
. Greater Miami Chapter of
, Why not you? Links Inc. and the American
.fV Triple Crown
That ghastly hour begin at eight
SAYS: Sc don't forget to make this a Cancer Society, Dade Count TALENT SHOW
Unit, extend an invitation to all
.. date women to attend a "Cancer In.. Every Thursday
Friday, October 30," James E. stitute" on Saturday, Nov. 7 a*.
Is life eternal? I am sure it is Scott Homes Community Center. 10:30: am. at the Ritz Theatre Floor Show Every I
God is eternal, and since He created 22nd ave and Tlstst. Admission, The 'purpose of the Institute Is to Fri. Sat., Sun
us in His Image, we must'
23 cents. inform all women as to what in
be eternal too. I believe we gel cancer, the causes and symptom* Music by
an insfe';'ht cn eternal life wher. of this dreaded disease that is tho DIZZY JONES
we are asleep. As the body lies number two killer in the United And His Orchestra
inert 'dead to 'the world," so to The James Waldens Stales. A social hour and refreshment -.
speak, iwe dream. In these dreamswe 1215 has been planned by Bobby Marshall M.C.
peak without uttering a Buy Murrel Home the .program committee Mrs,
sound, we hear without our earr, Lugusta Colston, chairman, Mes-
5".; and travel without our bodies yip Mr and Mrs. James Walden, daines Linnle Fannin, Bernice I '
'". '\ We may even converse with loved presently living at 1439 NW 2nd Kemp, Gussie Dobbs, Theory. I "PUNCTUALITY IS
. ones who have passed on.Perhaps x{ ave., have recently purchased the Houston, Carlotte Claritan THE POLITENESS OFKINGS"
2-story stucco palatial residence Margaret: Sharpe
;, !we shall some day
''. r' J. discover that the (present life is formerly owned by Dr. and Mr*
the dream life, and what is beyond W. II. Murrell. The Waldens are (Author's name below)
" S ,the real life. expected to occupy their new PLANTSFruit
If this is true, what then is the home, located at 1500 NW 0th Punctuality la more than
. I purpose of this life? Thackery Mrs. Henrietta Ferguson, chair! ave. on or about Oct. 26. Mr. trees, flowers, shade trees. just politeness In our phar
: said! "Life is the soul's nurseryIts man of the Woman's Day driveat Walden owns and operates a 2* One of the largest variety selection -
. training (place for the destinies St. Paul AME Church 421 car taxi service (Nos. 384-580) in Miami. Come by and takea macy Almost everything we
of eternity." It is the "boot NW 19th St., who along with and Mrs. Walden is the daughter look.ALONZA supply affects the betterhealth .
'.' '" camp" of eternity, full of booby Mrs. Bernice Wooten, cochairman of Mr. and Mrs. Albert (Martha. )! KELLY or comfort of our
. '. traps planted to throw us off the is inviting the public to Davis, 1517 NW 6th ave 1473 NW 67th St. OX 1-0347 patrona. Therefore we make

tralght and narrow path. Per. worship at St. Paul on Sunday, :=_._ --- : 0 Sfc every poaalble effort to keep
:. hips this i M God's way of testing Nov. 8. The goal of the women
I i is $7,000 on this occasionMrs. any spoken or Implied
us as to our true evaluation of
Ferguson has faithfully
I believe served on all major boards and Rain or shine, our phar
... we will have eternal
life regardless of our earthly committees of the church for Brownsville Drug Store macy la opened at Ita apecl
" " deeds, different life to each many years and is fully capable fled time each morning. ,
JO according to his works. In the of leading the women to victory. '
Busy or not we stay open
words of Socrates, "All men'i I She is president of the Missionary Prescriptions Cosmetics Drugs
late hours for sickness
souls are immortal, but the souls I Society and the Stewardess Money Orders Pay Light Bill Here I '
of the. righteous are both immortal Board., keeps no early closing houri.I

.. I and divllne.: The purpose, of this year's program W. W. Welters, Registered Pharmacist, Prop. Compounding prescriptions
is to aid in the building la our moat Important duty
In this life those have
' accumulated material riches live 'fund of the church. Donations 4634 N.W. 27th Ave. NE 4.7233DRIVER'S and you can depend on ua ,

. in mansions, while the poor live and pledges 'Will be highly appreciated f to always have them ready
'in slums. In the next, those who i to aid in this project. --: at the promised time.
' have accumulated spiritual riches Remember the date, it's Sunday,
S here will inherit those man Nov. 8. Rev. J. D. Washington is I .

sions Christ went to f prepare for pastor.
them. Can it be that those who YOUR DOCTOR
remain spiritually improverished NOTICEThe LICENSE CAN PHONEFR
in this life will exist in the slumsof 3.2932

the next world? Mary S, Dean Court No. '
79 of the Heroines of Jericho .of
Harvest Sip Richmond Heights, Fla., wishes A MEDICINE
' your presence at a banquet for O'BERRY'SMAGIC .
Auxiliary Board No. 2 of Greater I the presentation of their Charter I
(Bethel AME Church Invites end Dedication of the Ark. CITY DRIVING SCHOOL Pick up your prescription
to its 8th annual Harvest Sip The banquet will //be held
you on If shopping near. ua, or let "
Sunday, November 8 at the home Tuesday, Nov. 3 beginning at 8 ue deliver promptly without \ f S
of :Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R Francis pjm. In 'Richmond Heights.Mrs FR 4-7756 extra charge. A great many
1221 NW 67th st Time .4 to Maggie! Johnson, MAM 1453 N.W. 6th Avenue people entrust ue with their' .5
6 'p-m. Miss Jessie Giles presi- Bro. William Fuller, W. J. prescriptions. May we compound -
dent. N7 .Mrs. Elizabeth Ross, reporter yours?

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NOW RENTING! Hair Weev Technician, Mrs. SERVICE

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" I TEACHER Children's Hour I Flowers, Mrs. Wi1helmetUa ItUbJ

PresentedOn Woods, Mrs. Winnie Brooks,
To be Mrs
PAGE 2 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1959 SALUTED AS I I 8 Pecola McFatten: Mrs. Magee
evening, ,
Sunday Henderson, Mrs. Doris
WOMAN OF iron' 4-6 ,pjn. some oj l Jhe out, Jessie 'SarfiuSlsBillie Pitts Brown, (Mrs',.
0 THE WEEK standing talent among: our younger Pricilla Thompson.
people will Ibe featured at a

(The following article was taken fall tea. This program, which b For The Highest in

I from the Austin, Texas Mirror. being given to benefit the Wo-
Mrs. Street Is the former Mary men's Day drive of the New Hope COSMETICSCall

Leu Young, daughter of Mrs Baptist Church, will take place at YUkon 3.5681
Sarah: Smalley !of 363 NW 17th the James E. Scott Community
NW 22nd ave "S.\NDW'
Center, 7226
/ /NOfR Mrs. O B. Street is an honor Everyone is cordially invited tc Also
I uduate of the Booker T. Washington come out and see the children oi Times
High School. of Miami, Fla. our community in action and at Newspaper
Don't Juit a beautiful modeling display oi She attended Tuskegee Institute, their best. i -.". -- .
r her talent achieved at Grace I Ala and 'participated actively in Rev. J. E. Brown, pastor
When things I Downs, licensed professional various campus crganlzationsShe : Mrs Juanita Newsome, I Beautiful Home on
g0 wrong, as some-
times will I modeling school. Evelyn is dis attended Tuskegee ..Institute, captain: and sponsor I II Your" Lot

When the road you're trudging playing certificate of graduation .with a bachelor of Science degreeIn
seems all uphill from this school. Pop are licensedin business. She has done graduate I Beauticians Return 7baC

When the funds are law and the I New York and this one. work, at Columbia. Universityand

debts are high, MURRAY received the Master's De- From ConventionA er,..

And ycu Jwant to smile, but you his 62nd St. and 22nd ave.will open Live. '_. ree from the University of Texas. huge delegation t>f Floridans 5th
have to sigh, She has been a member oi
have recently returned to their
I and
Bait tackle shop. Aside from
When care is pressing you downa the Huston-Tilliston college family respective hometowns anfl report
hi* famous Tiger Spray Murry '
bit, J since 1944, where she servesas
{ Youth an enjoyable! time as well as educational -
heads the Liberty City
Rest if you must, but don't quit.1 an instructor in business edu- at the National Beauty
Club . Miami Alumni Chapter '
-atlon. Culturlist! Institute and. Convention Complete building service
Us! Fraternity is
is its Kappa Alpha
Life Is queer twists and I She is a charter member of Alpha held in Philadelphia
having its Kappa Kostume Kab-
PiE e
Theta Chapter of Delta
aret ball tonight (Friday at the Attending were Mrs. Billie
As everyone of /lus sometimes ;silon', a National Business Education Pitts Mrs. Winnie Brooks, Mrs BUILDING
learn Harlem Square . The Royalettes' ,
Fraternity: at the University Pecola McFatten Hender FINANCING
And second anniversary ball is Maggie
failure about
When many he might a have had he Thursday, Nov. 5 at Club Fiesta of Texas. She holds mem- son, Doris Burney, Jessie Samuel, Your New Horn
stuck It out. won . Sunlight School. .of :Beauty bership in several professional i, Ruby Flowers, Wilhemina Wood,
SUck to task Culture's 23rd prom and Hair business education associations, D. A. Julius, Pricilla Thompson, REPAIRINGREMODELING ;
though the
and has served consultant in
pace seems 'slow' Style Revue and Crowning aMiss f i Marion Muldrow, Mildred Wilt .
59-60 under the area of business administration liams, Betty Collins and Bertha
You, may succeed with another Sunlight, gets I RENOVATING "
district Educational
for several -
blow. way Friday, Nov. 6 . A Tea I Perry.
and Fashion Show given by the Association meetings. Mrs. Pearl Haley, Ola Cooper '
Often' the goal is than Everready Social Club at Com- Her religious and civic interestis I Rosa L. Dean and Emma Hill ofBrcward Twenty Year' of
nearer evidenced ''by membership in Construction
it seems munity Center, 6244 NW 14th County.
To faint asd faltering man; ave., Sunday, Nov. 15. several community organizatJons I i|I Mrs. Rutha Fuller, Mamie Guaranteed 8to4factlon
Often the including the YWCA and Order Howard, E. Jones, La'Wintha .
struggler has
given /
When he might have captured the BIRTHDAYS: Karen Johnson, of The Eastern Star. She is the Smith' of, St. Petersburg. 91f 1tMbL
victor's 'cyp; Vera Lunday, CHarles L. Williams president of the Friendship Club, I Mrs. Gertrude Shipp of WPB .5I
And he learned too late when and Lenora, Barr 30; Ros- Journalist. of the Alumnae Chap- 1 and Mrs. Josie L. Hurley and
the night, slipped: down, etta Kershaw 31; Raiwn O'Hara -r of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Ruthie Kleckly of Orlando. mmO I (!)E 'u c 1c

How close he /was to the golden Davis, Nov. 1; Eleazar Barr Sr., and serves as Assistant Secretary The Theta Nu Sigma Sorority
crown Linda Johnson, Samuel Culmer, I "f the Missionary Society of twill meet at the home of Mrs NE 8-6171

2; Angela Culmer, Steward Matthew ''Ebenezer Baptist' Church. Along' Olga Ccoper Monday, Nov. 2 at 1121 N.W. 29th Street
Dean with her husband, she will serve: 4 All
CREDIT FOR Second Ave.'. Blanche Margaret p.m. members are asked to
new ntfht' life and entertainmentcan George 4; Charles Fortson, Jackie ns cc-president of the Kealing, please be present. Miami IS
"o to Clyde Killen. His long Daniels, Anna Smith, Marjorie Junio; High School PTA for the Pledges Theta Nu Sigma: Mrs. ,
stand at the Elks Boiwen, Howard Coachman Jr. 5 present school year. ;
on 11th Terr. Beatrice Gladden, Vera Smith, She is the wife of Oliver B. '. I
was the sot for
sometime. Whenhe Bonita North 6 . Elaine Smith, 'Straaet' general contractor and rh:;
moved Into, ?i attractive 18-year-old daughterof owner of Street Construction Co.
the Fiesta, It wasa Eloise Smith (J&J clerk) cele- They are the parents of one son, IN
great happen brated her birthday away from Oliver, Jr., a student of Kealing \0..
ing for Bill '' home on Oct. 14. She spent the Junior High School.HARLEM .

Sawyer's Mary Oct. 7th weekend with her !family SCHOOL SUPPLIES :
:7 :: :: '!I ::: "1:
(Elizabeth Hotel. on the sad mission of buryingan :
Strange as it aunt in Ocala, returning to St. SQUARF.
f. Aibans NY to report for dutieson

may seldom seem mentionthe we Qct. 9. SWEET .SHOPA I AT LOWEST PRICESCOMMUNITY.

guys behind: FULL LINE
the i ED BOGIE I l I. back from Call* GROCERIES
bar. am
forced to say.t; : I' fornia for the winter season . COLD CUTS COSMETICS I DRUG
Princess Griffin Is sporting a
CLYDE 1960 white Cadillac convertible 203 N.W. 10th Street Corner N.W. 15th Ave. and 68th St. OX 1-7515
William Frierson and Wilbur . Cassandra Hannah North-
Sims are the jolliest I have seen western grad, has been voted ,.::::..._-:: 5 \

in some time ,Irwin at the Royale "Miss Junior" at St. Augustine's

wouldn't like this.) Yep! they are College in Raleigh, NJC. .
OK. Congrats to Marie (Ferguson)

and James Floyd, theirs arrived
THE OUTINGS mOlt talked Oct. 24. It's a (girl Aipryl Denise
about were the YWSG (Young . The Samuel Paynes (Dore- YOUR CREDIT IS QM. ATBAKER'S
Women Social Civic Club.) Myr- tha) addition was another son.
trice Murry president, and Mary
Stanley (a most congenial hostess 1
), vice president. The group *: e Ella Robinson

aim to help all . A birthday Elected BTW Aulmni depfc
party' staged at the Fiesta' by this

group honored Geraldine Bynoe, Homecoming QueenAt
was a dilly . Hazel Goodman, store
the sweetest barmaid this side of a special meeting of the
Dixie. Such names for the patrons Booker T. Washington High
as Sweetie Pie, Honey and others cchool I Alumni Association, held
continue to make Liberty Bar Tuesday' nirht at the school, Miss North
habltutes among the city steady Lee Ella Robinson, a member of
attendants. They like Hazel . the recent Class of '59, was
Delorls Johnson (she sits at the unanimously elected Alumni
Fiesta near the Drummer Boy !Womecoming Queen for the current
Friend-Freddie) and George term Miss Robinson namedas NO MONEY
Holmes (a1' long time railroad her attendants* Miss Bertha DOWN

fireman) were among now acquaintances James .and Miss Sheila Mills, who
over the weekend. were also members of the Classof

WALLY FUTCH It vacationing Miss Delores Ervin and Miss '
He's still going strong at Mote) :': ;
Elsie Barrow, two. more membersof :* ,
Lounge on Biscayne Blvd '. .
the class were named as ma-
Marian Griffin wait tables between torettes. itfte'soulh's

acts at Fiesta Chico This year the homecoming Ill
Lopez (the laughing Cuban) Just celebration, the Alumni twill/ also
in from Key West can be seen at have two cheer leaders to.assist
Studio 2 (the latest happening alt> the regular /pep squad in leading
Sir John Club) along with Angela the veils of the student body. /
Johnson and Roy Smith Barbara Jan Williams and Na-
Thev say it's real gone . Count dMn Strong, both of the class of
Louis is in the lounge here along '59; were named as cheer leaders.All .
with Cleveland Wade. The
the Count whale on the Hfcm-: of the graduates who will oWesf tredit department sfibti

mond highly organ, Mona is.Lesa recommended returnedto represent' th lumni celebration during were theh"mccominv d'.........................._.m....._.....

the main stem this past weekend members of the class of '59. NAME .:. . . . . . 1
. . . . . . . . . . . .
His Concord
appraiseand HOMECOMING NOV. 21 'Brloff gf mtrir th1$

Lava's ih Nenv Country York rates Club him appearance topson The annual homecoming celebration I ADDRESS., . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :. pbrt aricf' ' ci' charge
Baker's Famous Corner attraction at BTW will be held on PHONE.'.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .,. . J totfot !*:$vfJJ ijc 6jp0tor
I Just got to praise Mrs. Saturday Nov. 21. The Baby

Connie Farmer (better half of Tigers of Tuskegee Institute will S 11 How Long In Miami . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ;1 YOV jmnictHai*
Famous Corner boss) The way be the Tornadoes opponents The

se continue to entice customers game will be played) at Dorsey, EMPLOYER . . . . . . . . .0. . . . . . .

with her is pleasant it. smile and personality Park.Proceeding the game will come ADDRESS. . . . . . . ,;. . . . . . . . . NO I p 1 TAPENOttiAY

end the giant parade. Leading! the | Ll/t 2 Place Wtre You How Credit
ALEC STEPHENS Bonny grade will be the Alumni MaJorettes -' '

Bailey Booker swap Terrace week Lounrtfe at 27th this week.are's. 'cf the and spectacle bringing will up the be rear the 1 .r. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

It's Alec's. They continue to fea- Alumni' float. Riding' the float 1 1'i.r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..

.ture.' Evelyn Wednesday Tynes night returned amateurs from will the{Following queen the and game her will at- ......-.....-....... ...............-.-.! .s

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members of New Providence .
Court No. 129 Heroines of .
: .
Jericho: are requested to attend .
a meeting the Masonic Templeat I
941 NW 3rd eve on ThursdayNov.
5, ,for the arrangement of
.heir annual ,benefit tea. We are
u xpectlng all members to be
present and en time at 7:30: p.m.
a Mrs. Johnnie M. (Hill MAM
a Miss Eroell Culmer Sec'y


Sunlight 23rdHomecoming '


X4 v 4F The Sunlight School of Beauty

Culture will hold its 23rd An.
nual Homecoming and Gradua-
a tion Exercises next week. Following
js the schedule:
Monday, Ncv. Clinical Work- I- ,Li I
shop and Acquaintance Banquetat
St. Agnes Parish Hall,"3rd ct.I
Tuesday and We Workshop continued.
Thursday State Board Exam Proudly presentshis

1', Friday Prom, Hair Style and ONCE A MONTH
House Redeemer School Fashion Revue; also crowning of % .
Open at Holy
'"Miss Sunlight" for 19 9-60. BIG SHOW
Pre-Hallowe'en Sunday 7 I' Open house at Holy Redeemer School was a big suc- I at p.m.-Mt. Zion Baptist Thurs., Nov. 12

cess. Here are first grade parents assembled in Sr. AnnLeo's I DanceCan Church, NW 3rd ave. and 9th st
classroom attentively observing a demonstration on The Rev X T, Graham will deliver FIESTA CLUB

, the type and amount of work done in the school. you dance like a ghost? the (baccalaureate 'sermon Title of next show
I' The dancer can you
'Way you
beast? Cancer Institute at 'Wedding in Goose Hollow'Amateur

-- Then ccme one, come all Ritz SaturdayThe Show
And show us what you can do,
k PHIL OSSOFER A Cause everybody's"gonna be there Greater Miami Chapter of Every TuesdayThe
not ?
you Links Inc. and the American
Triple Crown
That ghastly hour begin at eight
SAYS 55r Cancer Society Dade Count
: Sc don't forget to make this a TALENT SHOW
ti Unit extend an invitation to all
date. women "to attend a MOancer In. Every Thursday
Friday October 30" James E. stitute" on Saturday, Nov. 7 a*,
: ,
4r Is life eternal? I am sure It Is Scott Homes Community Center. 10:30: am. at, the Ritz Theatre Floor Show Every
;/S God is eternal, and since He ere 22nd ave. and Tlstst. Admission The purpose of the institute is. to Fri. Sat., Sun.
. ated us in His image, we must' 25 cents. inform all women as to what in
'in: be eternal too. I believe we gel' cancer, the causes and symptom Music by
, an insist; en eternal life when of this dreaded disease that is tho DIZZY JONES
(?i we are asleep. As the body lies number two killer in the United And His Orchestra
t" inert 'dead to 'the world," so to The James Waldens States. A social hour and refreshments -,
1:( speak, !We dream. In these dreams has been planned by Bobby Marshall, M.C.
"'::1 we "peak without uttering a Buy Murrel Home the program committee, Mr,
,;'f sound, we hear without our ears, Lugusta Colston, chairman, Mesdames -
t. and travel without our bodies d Mr and Mrs. James Walden, Llnnle Fannin, Bernice
We may even converse 'WIth loved presently living at 1439 NW 2nd Kemp, Gussie Dobbs, Ttoeorj "PUNCTUALITY IS
ones who have passed on. Houston, Carlotte Clark and
ave., have recently purchased the POLITENESS OFKINGS"
I. stucco palatial residence Margaret Sharpe
Perhaps we shall some da? 2-story ,
discover that the present life it formerly" owned by Dr and Mi*.
the dream life, and what is be- W. II. Murrell. The Walden are (Author's name below)
yond, ,the real life. expected to occupy their new PLANTSFruit
If this is true, what then is the home, located at 1500 NW Oth Punctuality Is more than
; purpose of this life? Thackery Mrs. Henrietta Ferguson, chairman : ave on or about Oct. 20. Mr. trees, flowers, shade trees. Just politeness In our phar
said, "Life is the soul's nursery- of the Woman's Day driveat Walden owns and operates a 2- One of the largest variety selection -
its training place for the destinies St. Paul AME Church, 421 car taxi service (Nos. 384-380) in Miami. Come by and takea macy. Almost everything we
of eternity." It Is the "boot NW 19th St., who along with and Mrs. Walden is. the daughterof look.ALONZA supply affects the better
camp" of eternity, full of booby Mrs. Bernice Wooten cochairman Mr. and Mrs. Albert (Martha) KELLY health or comfort of our
."-. traps planted to throw us off the is inviting the public to Davis, 1517 NW 6th ave 1475 NW 67th St OX 1-0547 patrons. Therefore we make

traight and narrow path. Per. worship at St. Paul on Sunday, eo: ..:- ...: -------.-.:>--- every possible, effort to keep
hips this is God's way of testing Nov. 8. The goal of the womenis
us as to our true evaluation of $7,000 on this occasionMrs. any spoken or Implied
Ferguson' has faithfully
t believe we will have eternal served on all major boards and Rain or shine, our phar
life regardless of our earthly committees of the church for Brownsville Drug StorePrescriptions macy Is opened at Its specified .
deeds a different life to each many years end is fully capableof time each morning.
.' according to his works. .In the leading the women .to victory. note /
Busy or we stay openlate
words of Socrates, "All men'a She is president of the Missionary Cosmetics Drugs
sculs are immortal, but the soulsof Society and the Stewardess Money Orders Pay Light Bill Here hours for sicknesskeeps I
the righteous are both immortal Board., f no early closing hours. '

and divilne. The purpose of this year's pro W. W. Welters, Registered Pharmacist, Prop. Compounding prescriptions
is to aid in the Is our most Important duty
In this life, those woo have gram building
accumulated material riches live fund of the church. Donation 4634 N.W. 27th Ave. NE 47233DRIVER'S and you can depend on us

In mansions, while the poor live and pledges 'Will be highly appreciated to always have them ready

in slums. In the next, those who I to aid in this project. I' ._ ; ': --- -- _- at the promised time. ,
have accumulated spiritual riches -, Remember the date, it's Sunday, I
here will Inherit those man Nov. 8. Rev. J. D. Washington is 0

sions Christ went to prepare for: pastor.
them. Can it be that those 'who' LICENSE YOUR DOCTOR
remain spiritually improverished' NOTICEThe CAN PHONEFR
in this life will exist in the slums 3.2932
cf the next world? Mary S. Dean Court No. -
79 of the Heroines of Jericho of '
,Harvest Sip Richmond Heights, Fla., wishes A MEDICINE
I your presence at a banquet for O'BERRY'SMAGIC
Auxiliary Board No. 2 of Greater the presentation of their Char- .
Bethel AME Church invites ter end Dedication of the Ark. Pick
CITY DRIVING SCHOOL up your prescription
you to its 8th annual Harvest Sip, The banquet will !be held on If shopping near us, or let ''
Sunday November 8 at the homeof Tuesday, Nov. 3 beginning at 8 us deliver promptly without S '
Mr, and Mrs. Daniel R. Fran- pjm. in 'Richmond Heights. FR 4.7756 extra charge. A great
cis 1221 NW 67th It. Time 4 to Mrs Maggie MAM many
Johnson, 1453 N.W. 6th Avenue people entrust us with their'
6pm.. Miss Jessie Giles, presi- Bro Wllllnni Fuller W J. prescriptions. May we com. 4
dent. N7 Mrs. Elizabeth Ross, reporterS pound )'oura1

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Beauty Salon is a

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ian. She can weave hair on
your head to add length,

fullness and cover bald
Brown; Sub Coconut Grove pots. Her work is guaranteed Quotation France by(17 Louis'.J824)18th) of

Liberty City Downtown and reasonably* priced.
Copyright: 1959 ((10W1)) i

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I seek office and become which it can best be ,_
PAGE 4 ""f., 1 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1959 Negroes more to active in union aiflalrs. its distributionAmerica )ki1roughout
JUST BROWSIN'By Randolph advocates crea- and a rigid system of
of National Negro Trade ,priority to be sought.
tion a
PAUL R, HENRY on the
Council to "put pressure
-- eliminate Jim Crow Theodore Gibson Jr.
to ,
------- AFL-CIO son jf 'ht ,
Governmenthas practices. Rev. Theodore Gibson and .
United States
The had another distinguishedvisitor There are 1,600,000 Negroes in student at the (Booker T. Wash.
union from which the council ington High School'has
and has gone all out in the applied
giving him a warm welcome. He could recruit members. for admission to Jackson High

Office ,at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami l, Florida-Phone FR 3.2236 is President Sekou Toure world's ol Speaking at Howard University I School. nation-wide,
the In
Plant at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue. -Phone OX 1.0421 Guinea, before the third annual leader-
youngest nation. American test Gibson was in the top seven
SUBSCRIPTION RATES The State Department> had him: ship workshop of the Rights, Judge percent of ninth grade studentslast
. ONE YEAR $4.SO SIX> MONTHS $2.76 THREE MONTHS $1.70 meet several leading Negroes so Council on Alexander Human suggests anew year
that he could observe racial conditions Raymond organization to be: Ruby Gastelow ,of North Mian: ',
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor In this country especially. hi-racial National Plan- Beach wants her seven-year-old
:-Garth. C. Reeves, Managing Editor and Business Manager the South. known as "the
... in Commission for Negroes." twins to attend Eulfprd Elementary -
His itinerary include North ning functions of this rather than travel ,six mites]
: Carolina where Gov. Luther One of the to determine fby bus to the Bunche Park Ele.menta'l'Y' .
:, YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK Hodges will ,preside at an inter- group would be of the Negro 1 School. The school
the first rightly the nature
racial banquet. Perhaps will consider these
board '
in cases
AN HONEST OFFICIAL SPEAKSAn time a North Carolina governorhas potential, the numerous
event that will make history for the city of played host to a dinner attended -

Miami took place at the city hall on Tuesday morning by members of both races..
visit Hollywood.Dr
when ,City Manager Ira Willard declared all swimming He will RICHARDS

,pools, parks and other recreational facilities in the city Lee Lorch a civil advocate I

of Miami desegrated.The formerly head of Fisk the mathematics University, Offers wonderful opporunity to six qualified high j
department at
ruling came in a conference between the City but who was dropped from the school graduates. Must be attractive, alert, intelligent j
Manager, the Rev. Theodore Gibson, president of the i faculty by the, largely white smile
local branch of the NAACP, Atty. G. E. Graves, NAACP board of trustees after he had with a good speaking voice and pleasant ,

counselor and Garth C. Reeves, managing editor of the been charged with contempt of age 18.25, not over size 12. Excellent opportunity to
Congress some time ago is now
Miami Times.' on the faculty: of the Universityof learn and advance. GOOD EMPLOYEE from fringe I

Gibson told the city manager that the issue had been Alberta, one of Canada's lead- benefits. Come in and talk it over. Personnel office
delayed as long possible. ing universities. _
the 7th floor. Richard's Dept. Store, 1st St. and Miami \
were"brought by
"We know, he said "that 'this is not easy for you, Committeein
House Un-American
but living in itself is not easy." Ave. Interviewing hours 105.
1954 after he had in keeping .1w
Manager' Willard asked City Atty. William Pallot if with the May 17 decision of the rlI I

there was any legal bar to the use of the city's facilitiesby Supreme Court, attempted to en- ,
roll his dauhter in the chool
Negroes. The attorney saw no difference between such nearest his home in Nashville,

public facilities as pools and'schools, buses and other Tenn, regardless of race. Y's Men's Club Xmas Tree Sales
properties which the United States Supreme ,Court has!
ruled must be opened to Negroes. A Philip Randolph, presidentof (Canada's Best Quality Trees)
the Brotherhood of SleepingCar
City Manager Willard then ordered the pools and Porters and a vice presidentof Everyone, buys Christmas Trees
other facilities open to Negroes immediately. He said he the AFL-CIO Union is said Buy from Y's Men TodayIt
had no other choice. to be encouraging rank and file
helps thousands of kids to grow up healthy and
This mandate came as a pleasant' surprise to the Rev.
Mr. Gibson and his party. happy
JOHNNY SEZ: Arrival Date-December 10 1959
The news soon got around by radio, TV and the
Miami News. Because of the tremendous Carver YMCA, 5770 N.W. 15th Avenue

There was undoubtedly mixed feelings. It was good carry variety the fine of quality goods, the we DEPOSIT $1.00 N21

news for our Negro community.The crisp frethmenss, the very ... .... -w-v-s.-w---*."*." ........ ..... ,
City Commissioners called a meeting for Wed- low prices we charge, It Is
nesday afternoon. They felt that the matter should have no wonder that, .o many

been made.brought before the commission' before a, decisionwas thousands patronize million\ thanks us of To people for all happily making of youa $60 Monthly $1,000 DownONE

Mayor High said he didn't think there was any other us the leader In our field.

course of action that Willard could have chosen when merchandise Every day we from get the M.finest B. MORTGAGE ,

you' consider previous rulings of the Supreme Court. the Gables, "the Islands" :
At this meeting the commissioners discussed the mat- Our prices start so: blouses Completely Furnished and TV

ter and agreed unanimously to request City Manager 6*, silk skirts, dresses 10$

Willard to rescind the order desegregating the facilities. cotton rs 15* UD.or wool ladles.skirts jackets dress.14' BARGAIN PRICE $8,500CALL

The order was rescinded. 2 for 25*. tadles hats 15*
Meanwhile several youths had taken advantage of up, slips and bras 25e up; MRS. SCHILLJ.
the non-segregated order and went also selection better dresses
swimming in two of
the m"n'l ties 1c, dress pants
city's pools. 23* up over 50.000 work Robinson Realtor FR 33178SOOTIN'S
There was some mention of having an interracial pants and rhlrts' 49* each;
group discuss this problem with a view to bringing about 3 for $1.25 dress shirts 49*,
some name .uhlrts 9*, latest style
satisfactory solution. If this can be done, it might 3 button tingle breastedsilk
helpful. But there is every reason to believe desegre- rr worsted men's suits
gation of the pools and parks will be fought for in ,the $1250 each records 10*, 15* TV
courts, if they are not voluntarily desegrated. albums $1, dishes 5*, pocket

It is unfortunate that this question came up just about of children's novels 3 for clothing 25*-Loads- Used TV's from $12.95 TV Tables $2.99

the time when three of our ,city commissioners are seek thousands. of other articlesat
ing reelection. low low prices such PA systems sales and service
us hope. it will not be made a political topoers as
football.A 'hckets drapes spreads sport 321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3-1589

word of commendation is due City Manager Wil! blankets "beautiful an. More than 25 years of reliable service

lard for his courage in declaring the pools and other facilities tlaue,". radios d|'hea and silverware ...., ..rp _...,- ,... r_ ,.. ,.,'- ::-
desegregated. Not often
we find officials who mantle
know the, truth, and are not afraid to speak out. He deserves beds with" mattresses rollaway, bicycles RADIO DISPATCHED
a vote of confidence from the commissioners, even tricycles, Irons,
if they feel he erred in not first consulting them of his lamps chests, chairs, army

action in the desegregating order. Everybody Etc. Dealers Is wet-welcome Magic City Cabs

at Johnny Million-
Dade Countians Center, 5327 NW 36th Ave.,
will have the opportunity of SERVING LIBERTY SUB AND
voting corner 54th 8t NE 4-9275.. CITY, BROWN
on some important issues on November 3 and 17. Open 9-6 Mon. thru Sun. COCONUT GROVE AREAS
On November 3 they will be called upon to decideon P.S. Tops paid for your
the proposed re-apportionment amendment to the con- good used merchandise Phones: FR 3-0539 and FR 3-7004.
stitution. This, of course, is statewide OPEN ALL DAY "
SAT. AND SUN. 314 N.W. 16th Terrace Miami, Fla.
The amendment will give 14 new representatives to

South Florida. If this amendment passes Dade, Browardand ,
Palm Beach counties would get four of the eight new -

house seats and South Florida would get four of the six
new Senate seats. Financial

We might be entitled to more, but the amendment! Security ForeverIf

gives us more than we have. We are supporting the
amendment. '

Should we elect our sheriff and tax assessor? own lot
you house withor
or a on it and
We have always supported Metro, but it Is our ,
opinion the voters should elect these officers. without
a mortgage on it, we can build you an . .

*, Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted,,

\'" Guaranteed ............................ .. $4.75 APARTMENT HOUSE

TV's ........................................ $10 Down .
Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radios

Guaranteed Watches .. from $8.95 WITH NO MONEY DOWN

DAVID JEWELERS Mr. Snyder (days and evenings-WIlaon 7.3566
1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522 .

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of local boys and make one of the children are, the ones to be helped Open House at ifI
best singing in the when askedto I ,
groups coun now, so ;you are
Around Miami try. Lena Home and Dorothy buy an "Orchard Villa For Dorsey Library
f' Dandridge had Phil Moore for Beauty" ticket, buy one of the.I .
their instructor, and I am proudto first and say "here's. ,my dollarto. I. The I>ortey Memorial branch ...
, say that we in Miami have help." of the Miami, Public Library will W :
t By DAVE (Mr. twins) BONDU Curt Harmon . Last week I "j l hold its seventh annual open
[ did not tell you what Booker T.'s FRIDAY,.. NOV... 27. will., b. house, celebrating%National 'Book
N.N..NNNN..NNN..NNN..N..NN N NNNNN.N.N 1 middle ;name was. Did you find election time 'by postcard to this Week, on Tuesday, Nov. ,3 _.atr 8 \' ,
HOWDY PODNER3 This : '" out? It's "Tallaferro." reporter for your neW Unofficial. p.m.Mrsr
heah critter went down to the ) Mayor of Miami We will accept Helga H.' Eason head of .
Chuck Wagon (Sir' John's 635 I I'V : VIVIAN AND CLARENCE names of likely candidates and I the Community Relations Department -
,_ . !
J\\ .
Club) last, Thursday to have a ; Perkins invited Mayme and I am sure that Charles Hadley, oT the Miami Public
powwow and some\ chow with sheriff if he waiz elected wouldhe down to the Carver Lounge the who now holds the post, will run Library, will serve as guest
the High Sheriff (Tom Kelly) be ''willing to put some Negro other night, and believe' me ''the for reelection. If you feel that speaker. Mrs. Eason will discuss .
and they had the goldarn place women on -the police force, and focd is tasty and reasonable. We Mr. Hadley has done a good Job, Florida Authors. and their works ,
,tull of some of the biggest golldarn if he didn't "yes." really enjoyed the meal. Try it. then it is up to you to vote for There will bo a question and answer
say You won't be' him. If have else period following+ the lecture.
cattlemen in the country there. ''So sorry. you someone
podners, from me to I
From the Cattlemen's Assocla- you. i -' in mind, send his name in by Patrons in attendance will be
let this be the biggest '
utn (The 'Adelphla-n' Club). Dr.I. .I. says of citizens that ever voted posse and i MRS. ANNIEM. EDWARDS Nov. 20. Send your (post cards to entertadned by the Friendship
P. Davis! president (he's our i|I russle some of these folks I'Q rb-nted her birthday last Sun- Dave ondu, Miami Times, 6740 Garden and Civic Club. Mrs.',
toA-n dentist) and gave the floort who are up registered and don't vote day. Last year at this time, we NW 15th ave, Miami, Fla. (Exercise Ann Coleman, president of the
Jedge L.. E. Thomas. Afjer the and get '!behind our sheriff, TomJ. told her age This year she says, your right to vote in this club, is the official hostess.
Jedfie got through Jawing Mayor "Just thank all of my many election too. Mr. Hadley has donea The library located: at 11 NW '
Kelly. vote for the 4th
Hadley had sumpn to say. Other, and 5th amendments friends and neighbors for making fine Job, in my oplnon. but It 17th st., Is open Monday through
t} cattlemen that spoke' wuz SaloonKeeper a! 'I it such a happy birthday is not' for me to take sides, so Friday
, Clyde Klllens; the preacher GIRL o don't you dare tell my age" you select and vote for the man
PRETTY the Week: Mama, as everybody calls her of choice. I
*'r. Culmer; the town chair- Is your I 2,824 StudentsAt
I, man, Dr. E. A. Ward, and then Juanita Thompson . Policemanof in her 80's. She is the mother of Until next week, Live life,
the sheriff walks in and sez, "the the Week: Jimmy Wilson , Annette McNeal and Hazel] every golden minute of it. I I FAMU
Pretty Boy of the Week: CharlieNcrn
chuck is raided.
wagon | A record
body laughed it up. Then. Every-I (North_ Travel Bureau.) i' Kappa Men enrollment' of 2.824 students
down to business. LENS EVERYBODY knows the situation have enrclled at Florida A and '
What the sheriff wants is a big I CLYDE show at the at Orchard Villa School and Back NAACPNEW M University for the fall semester -
n><3<. Insisting of all the I If F'.''es a roan must have been a needs Well, on or about'' the YORK r- C. Roger Wil- of the 19 9-60 term '
townspeople to meet down at the humdinger! Although I didn'tget 19th of November the PTA will scn:: grand polcmarch of KappaA'i The new mark surpassed theo
polls and vote for the 4th and to see the show, seems as if present a benefit show for which ha. .Psi Fraternity, this week 'd record figure of 2,748 set
f 5th amendments. This will mean everybody in town is 'pretty sat- donations will be 100. The mon- announced Kappa's support in the I during the first semester of last
that we are rustling up our own shied with the weekend deal. ey will be used for school needs. national, drive for 150,000 renewed yir by 76 students. .
sheriff (electing our sheriff) as The shows start at 11:30 and 2:00: You know that the school board NAACP members by the t tYt'I The ,figures were released) recently
0 well as our tax assessor. Them Most likely I'll catch it this iweek supplies many things, but thereare r's end. 'by E. M. Thorpe, directs .
t}; sidewinders at the Capitol (Met- I end. How about you? other things that we, our- Some 150,000 NAACP mem-I of admissions and records.
t ro) are trying to hoodwnk the STOPPED-IN selves have to put into our bership renewals are needed in I new enrollment figure ..
': people of this heah county and we I tee C u .r t schools. An array of talent Is being the next ten weeks Including : that Florida A and M has
ain't a-gonna stand for it. Iff Harmon at the Modern Jazz Studio -{{i lined up for the much pub- 110,000 memberships expiring I J 1,402 670 males and 732 females
. everybody's Job to see :that our ; and sat in on one of his .vocal -! licized Orchard Villa School and between Sept. 15 and Dec. 31. students living on the
:, sheriff is elected rather than ap lessons. Curt is known as one we can help this school in the This Includes 40,000 memberships, campus The total number of city
pointed. Well, the meeting went of the !best teachers of music in same manner we have helped In which expired In the spring and I students is 1,422, 784 males and
off pretty good, and I asked the our area. !He can take- a group so many other benefits. Our have not yet been renewed. 1 638 females.
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1959 Program ]

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.A. -"" --" ----;- -- -- --.-...-..... The Young Matrons are having

.,.. --- -..-.... '-- ...... ...-......... -' an annversary program at ,Bethel fFtIITY.
Temple, 2310 'NW 58th ,St., ,Nov
:: Freedom's:' Road 1. Main feature attraction will ,be
Along Seven Steps of John The Reveal

atcr, Master of ceremonies will I

T -- By RUTH P&RRYo,... ---- be Rev., Ira McCall. Time 3:30: OX 1-7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. ,& 69th $t.

.... ..) .... .... ... .. .. -- pjm. Free refreshments. Pastor- '.,.,'' ,, ',.,.. 1 ,
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Doris Akins. .
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FREEDOM ROAD traditionsnay be merely a cloak ..'
Contnuing our discussion of for arrogrance and customs a '
the magazine, article: "The South disguise for privilege that can-* Royal Twenty NewsThe FRIDAY SATURDAY :. :

Will Move," begun last week, not justify: Itself in any other ,
Professor Dunbar states that the way. Y:t"today the South has Royal Twenty'sWomen's
(Negro" !was :brought to America been forced to acknowledge that Club of Coconut Grove held its '
originally as an.economic com- its social"'traditions are cherishedby regular fortnightly meeting 'at fetDM
modity, and to this day he remains only apart of its people; many the lovely home of Mrs. Gladys "e U""' THE SNMTHUtCONARKml NDYEt Mt
the foundation: of the Southerners hate these traditions Thurston of 1215 ''NW 6th ave. _. =, !

Southern !arm system.* The and customs. It is true, of course, ideas
Many interesting were
Southern Negro is typically an that these latter are black South- .
exchanged during this meeting .,
agriculturist, and the land sys- erners, and that they have given particularly present and future us=:..,
tem of the South is still his chief their allegiance to another
endeavors. The
highlight, -
problem.THE American tradition the tradi- '
tion of the democratic ideal. Negroes was a general discusslon'bythe --.ct!J_11 .__M!:' iHi'-IINMJp : !
president concerning a meeting -
NEGRO AND THE LAND ask merely to be treated as
that recently held in
and longeras THIS
men women no
Perhaps no peasantry in the Vero Beach by the Florida .Fed-
economic factor. !
a problem or PICTURE
(world has a status more degradedthan I erated Women's Club.

that of Southern sharecroppers One of the greatest areas of
and tenant farmers. Actuallyto Southern failure is perhaps the After the meeting was adjourned -

'be realistic, they have no stat- I cause of greatest Negro strength.To the members and their guests
us at all. According to Dr. GeorgeS. quote Professor Dunbar: "The joined in for a. delightful even-
Mitchell an economist, unless'I I South has had no place for the Ing. The gracious hostess was
there is fundamental reform of Negro intellectual. It has put to thanked' by Mrs. lizabeth Williams -I

the land-tenure system, condi- work a few doctors or lawyers- !Bethune for a ''Wonderful

tions are likely to stay much the on Negro practice*, subject to the evening spent by all.
same down in Mr. Tom's country.Wordofmouth white man's limltatiwV; it bas Mrs. Ada Belle Dunn,

transactions of employed Negro teachers4 in great,i president .
business agreements, revocable numbers to teach other Ne- 'Mrs. Ethel Peavy, reporter 0.l0AMil1

at any instant without notice do groes, but on the other hand, it -
not give much hope for the' future has never been (prepared to. accord -
unless reform takes place. social, status to the Negro 32ND NAACPCHRISTMAS
'The' enactment of a statutory professional man or woman. SEAL
lease form,' effective in every instance j I SUNDAY MONDAY

of land rental without The outcome has been predic- CAMPAIGN ,; I
written lease /would be the principal table. The Negroes who above all :. '\ I
reform benefiting the 'Negro -' others have rejected Southern LAUNCHEDNEW
and the South, continues Dr,' "traditions" are the natural leaders -,
Mitchell The future is drawing *oi their communities. These YORK The 32nd annual -
nearer, and there is no doubt but leaders are able and vigorous Holiday Seals campaign of J
that the white South will have to indignant and dedicated. Negroes the National Association for the
choose how it will shape it today in the South are filled Advancement of Colored Peoplewas I SWUaBRONSTONTBCHNIRAMA.: )..' :
with wisdom and self-help or !with a boundless enthusiasm for announced here this week

else have it* shaped for it by I a great undertaking _that of by Roy Wilkins, executive secre-
Federal courts. liaising their status to that oi
American men and women equal tary.The
THE NEGRO AND THE by law and principle in a democratic I NAACP Holiday Seals

COURTS society, .to their white fellow campaign is a creation of Mrs.
I' citizens. The American con!I Memphis T. Garrison, iHunting- TECHNICOLOR WARNER
We can judge the success ,and BROS.
;( :ept of citizenship is thus the ton; W. Va., school teacher Mrs. arA
vitality of form of
government a or society a civilization, a by I I richer !because of their, struggle) Garrison ran the first four cam- ROBERT STN K'MARISA PAVAN'CHARIES COBURN'ERIN O'BRIEN'
and 'White Southerners 1e n. from her home. When
are @ paigns
the produces.quality Partly of ,the!because institutions*!>f the it ing a new, hard lesson tho the workload became too heavy, S MACDONALD CAREY JEAN PIERRE AUMONT* DAVID FARRAR ,

failure of other institutions, notably by meaning Negroes of :freedom who are as"proclaim conceiveJ took the .association's over in 1031.national office PETER GUSHING! SUSANA CANALES ZZZ BETTE DAVIS :'= '
Southern state
our legislatures -
throughout' the land." .
ing liberty
the courts feel acute-
very I Mrs.. Garrison is still an active
ly the impact of segregation NAACP worker. She conducted

issues. The Negro always has beena Miss White ReturnsMiss full-time NAACP (membership
fateful question for the Supreme drives this year in Cincinnati ana .
Court of the United States
in Charleston and Huntington.
Marie White returned
but that court fell to its lowest
point in public confidence with from Orlando on Monday eveningwere (The first Christmas seal drivein
the Dred Scott decision of 1857. she was the Woman's Day 1927 raised a total of $291.36. t
speaker at the Mt. Zion Baptist
Last the campaign 'brought
Once again, through the inac-
Church. She was accompanied by
in a net of 6540897.
tion of Congress and the States
Mrs. Helen O. Jones, ardent
the Supreme Court has had forced member of Mt. Zion Baptist Miss Bobbie Branche of the JOHNmi
upon it the task of determina- Church here in this city. Very association's national office staff

ing the principles of social status close to, $5,000 was raised during is serving ,as director of sales for t
which American society must ac- the day. A letter was read that the eighth consecutive year.
cetpt. The opinion of the Supreme was sent to the pastor of the
Court regarding the implementation church by the Rev. R. L| Jones I L
of its 1954 decision was of :Miss -lfi.
who is 'a former pastor
handed down because the court T
had to assume' a responsibility Central White Baptist at present Church pastor of Jack- l WARNER BROS" onA. TECH pI
other branches the
of government
sonville commending the church
should assumed. shouldbe I
have This
for their wise selection of a
borne in mind by those who
approve or disapprove the de- speaker.Both .' STARTS SUN. TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

cision. Mrs Jones and Miss White '
state they consider the meeting II'
The term "gradualism" has always -
success not only gram: the over-
been abhorrent to Negroesand IT'S A JOY-RIDE ALL THE WAY
flowing attendance but from a
especially in regard to the Plus"St. .'
Supreme Court decision regarding Spiritual standpoint. A soul was unw-auwii-wra *M wcou macro*tun I
in education. added to the church. A telegramwas Louis Blue" .
segregation public '
sent from the Mt. Zion Baptist } G1ennFordtDebbteReynoldS..
Negroes are justified in their p Nat (King) Cole
belief that this word has come to Church of this'city which '
mean "inactivity" and hard-rock was read in the evening service:
adherence to the status quo. The "We prayed for you today- and
that. you would .successful." r a a ruaocaor'i
Negro wants to see change fox AIR CONDITIONED
the better, and, if no specific

change, at ,the moment at leasta BUNCHE 1
specific plan. And the Negro ARMSTRONG ___
wants to help plan for this MANOR HOMES THEATRE OPA LOC4A DIE

change. SUN. THRU WED. atRL (;ANT

Reg. Real Estate Broker. Susan Hayward '
Traditions and customs are essential CE 54246ai "I WANT TO LIVE"Plus eot
,parts of all social) life, but M Wq
there is always the danger that
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KENTUCKY NEXTHURRICANE end John Glass. The play endeda
19 yard If drive Another-' pass
FOE from' QB Marshall to"Atwell,
CORAL WU; Tin ONE.... added the extra point **
Football fans who trek out to The Jax boys scored;! in thw
tho Orange Bowl Friday 'night ,final stanza when QB Calvin
... for the fifth (meeting (between'MI- Lane plunged over from the threw
ami and Kentucky, could see one yard' line, ending a 59 yard drive.
of the wildest offensive football The try for \point was no good.

games seen in the bowl in a long
time. Homecoming at
This is despite the fact that
I Kentucky has shown real brilliance Mays TonightWILDERT
I, on defense. By MOON

"..__........... ,....... .... nm '..... -. _., ,_ _... ". n ,"" _" .' " ............_,,- _...._..-- been While said word about after the great word stand has Mays Homecoming High this is'Week in full with swing many at

,..From., left to right: Mesdames 'Kentucky made against LSU, activities in progress leading up
Fannie Williams, Llnnle Fannln,I Ole !Miss, Georgia Tech and other to the big game Friday night in
Carelha Bawl, Susie Francis, AN RATTLER HOMECOMINGAT 'powers of the nation, little tow Homestead where the Rams will
ma Brooks, president;*Alice Hawkins been said about the brilliance of take on the Richardson High
Ruth Polite, Gussle Dobbs, QUARTERBACKDIES FAMU THIS the Wildcats on offense. I Wolves of Lake City. The Rams
Myrtle Davis, Maude Chandler, OF BROKEN WEEKENDTallahassee In playing teams like LSU Ole I have a 3-2 record.
Pauline Dunn, Blanche Smith, Miss, Georgia Tech,' Georgia and The activities of the week con-
Victoria Webb. Members not NECK Florida A and Auburn, the Kentucky Wildcats sisted of many school dances,
shown are Miss Mesdames Naomi Grant, Thelma TALAHASSEE 'Cats racked before time there will be
Oliver Joyce, will get underway with I up 1,026 on the game
Outler and Hazel Sanders. 19-year-old Florida A and M the'crowning of Miss Dolores: grdund and 346 yards in ,the air,I i I a parade.
freshman quarterback who died Levy as "Miss FAMU" in Lee 'It also may !be mentioned that I I The starting team consists of
Poinsettia Bridge Sunday of injuries sustained in Hall auditorium, Friday, Oct. 30.i Kentucky has outplayed the opposition linemen: Johnny Black, Roy Harris.
practice a week ago, never hada in. 'every department oi Leon Conley, Sam Miller,.
Club Has Initial chance to recover. Miss Levy, a native of Jackson- the game except scoring. Fumbles I Clifford Jackson, Owen McKay
An autopsy performed late ville, is the daughter of Mr. and Intercepted (passes and penalitlej' and Thomas Brown. Backs are
MeetingOne Sunday showed that the promising Mrs. Eddie Levy. She is a sen- in key situations prevented this Johnny Fletcher, Furman Gate-
young quarterback from ior mathematic major Her attendants strong Kentucky team ,from 'whip- wood, Cecil Young, Frank Woodland
of Miami's oldest social Jacksonville suffered a dislocated for the festivities will Ing some of the nation's great Bob Cunningham.
clubs whose membership is com- neck when 'he made ,a diving be Misses Annette Madison of teams I Defense team members are:
posed of some of the foremost tackle 'in practice. Jacksonville and Norma Hoffman "We ,know that Kentucky like: Sam Miller, Roy Harris, Clifford
local. personalities in the field of Paralysis was almost, instant, of Tallahassee.The to mcve the football on the Jackson, George Spivey, Leon
education, had its initial meeting but Joyce did succeed in moving 'around and in the air," Coach Spivey, Owen McKay, RichardI
of the year Octo. 17. his hands and toes later in the homecoming theme will be Gitetafson said. "They're a I I. Johnson, Willie flirts, Frank
week while lying in the FloridaA "Operation Bulldog: Destination mighty team offensively w wellas Woods, Bob Cunningham Otis
Mrs. Ruth N. Polite, the hos- and M hospital. nMocn," and the main event' being a tough team on defense Armstrong or Willie Westeon.THANKS ,
tess mailed worded will ,be the 'gridiron contest between "
uniquely Joyce, a five-rfoot, 9 inch, 215 Gustafson said.
personalized post card reminders South Carolina State\ Col-
pcunder, 'was quarterback on
to each members. The following the Rattlers' defensive unit. He I lege, Orangeburg and the Fla. BOOKER T.
members 'were present: Misses' 'was a good (passer and clever'. ball A and M Rattlers, Oct. 31, 2:30: I wish to take this means of .
Caretha Bawl, and Maude Ell1* handler. pAm in Bragg Stadium.NORTHWESTERN. DOWNS''STANTON thanking all my kind .friends who
sen, ; Mesdames Alma Brooks, Joyce. is from ,where he wasa helped me win the top award in
Made Chandler, Linnie Fannin, star quarterback on the Mat- 'The Booker T. Washington our Men's Day celebration at St.
Susie Francis, Alice Hawkins, High Tornadoes defeated the assistance I
thew Gilbert High School team Paul With your was
Thelma Outler, Hazel Sanders, last fall. Since coming to A and 6, WPB 0 Stanton High Blue Devils oi able to report $336.666 and thus
Blanche Smith, Victoria Webb, M, he has been an outstanding Jacksonville 7 to 6 Saturday nitc receive an expense paid trip to
Evelyn Williams. Absent mem- player en: the tears unit which is The Northwestern High School at Dorsey' Park. The Tornadoes Nassau.
bers were Mesdames Gussie noted for its rugged defense. He Bulls defeated Roosevelt High scored !first, early in the "second I am most grateful to all of
Dobbs, Pauline Dunn, Marie was a, starter in two of the three of West Palm Beach 6-0 Friday period on a 8-yard pass from you.
House, and Naomi Grant. games this (fall. night at Miami Stadium. The occasion quarterback Sam Hutchinson to Melvin R JacklonDRESSES
was the homecoming game
Since December 10, the year for Northwestern.
Poinsettia Bridge Club was organized Prep Football ScoresNorth ,The Bulls tallied early in the
the club has lived up to Dade 12-Gibbs 6 second period, when Fullback
and beyond its motto: "Let ui ,.Dillard .13-Campbell Street 13 Bobby Felts !plunged over the
Make The Most of Life." Although 27-Arcadia 0 line from the 2-yard line to climax
the club was organized i Northwestern Roosevelt 0 a 28 yard drive. The try for
primarily to study the science of Ii Howard Blake 33-Attucks 0 point was no good. Hundreds of beautiful dre..ea-all
bridge and to provide .whplesome B. T. Washington 7-Stanton 8 The West Palm Boys drove
periods of relaxation; it has been Plant City 34-Clearwater 7 deep into the Bulls' territorytwo Values to $25, only..............................,......,..,,, $1.50
consplcious by its (participation in Middleton 13-Carver 6 times once in the opening Big Assortment Higher
civic and social agencies in the Lincoln Mem. 13RooseveltLake period and again in the final Slightly t

community by rendering finan- ( Wales) 6 stanza, both ,times the Bulls' defense Men's Suits Value to $50 ...,."..........................,.. $7.50

cial, personal to Crippled, and volunteer Children's assistance WHERE MIddleton THEY at Olbbs PLAY-OCT. 3 : i halted rose the drives to the in occasion the shadowsof and Children 'Dresses .... .......................,.. .",..,....., $1.00

Society, Variety Children's Hospital Attucks at Dillard their goal Boys Suits, Value to $25 .".......".."....,.."... ..., $5.00
Mental Health < Society of Lake City at Maya
Greater Miami, senior citizens Roosevelt (WPB) at Howard APPAREL WHOLESALERS
and children with problems. Blake Your Vote is Needed
127 N.W. 2nd Street (one flight up)
Officers of the club are Mrs. BTW at Stanton Phone '
Alma Mrs. OCT. 31: Vote!
Brooks, president; Wachulla Register to I
Hazel Sanders, secretary; and Haines City at.... .
Mrs Ruth N. Polite, ,treasurer. "' '''

Anniversary Tea

The Excelsiors of St. Paul AMB "flrt Old Indian" Dream BookList S .
Church, NW 4th court and 19th I '.
street, request your presence at of Common Things We Dream About 5 & lOc STORE .
their 5th Tea on Sun-
day, Nov.anniversary 1 at 4 pjn. at the This little book tells you: 40 : NOW! "Sir Save a Lot" Stor -NOWI! .
The What to do to bring luckffat
YMCA, 5770 NW 15th ave. 1
affair will feature Mrs. Willie What to do when about to j ;3& 35 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481

Mae Ceasor of Ceasor's University undergo severe operation or Iv tfll 51
of Cosmetology, and the HALLOWE'EN
leading beauticians of the city Imprisonment.What/ Ceatumee.... 97* to 2.49 aa. Masks ...."._ 14 to tit
with models displaying the latest to do when you have t ta Noisemakers 1* to 104 LanUma, .a. ---- .,...... B,
hair styles of 1950-60. court c.... i- Home M...>...... 64 to 104 Indian Headdress 84

Lucille Tlmmons, president; What to do to get what'. you g
Marjorie Tarpley, vice president: ask for.What t ,
Mary Marshall, secretary, and to do to unite love Pony -TaU Dolls 1... to .... Drums ...*,,____ 884 to ....
Tom Mervin, treasurer. CHIEF TAR Doll House with Nurse or Dr. Set ...-. 1.00 .
onee. Furniture __ &00 Pianos _.....& 1.00 to 15.00
Twilight School at What to do when'erow condition and enemies/ aN against you Wagone ..:...._ 894 to U' Tea Sate _--.. 484 to 8.98
What to' do to have good, true. dream*__nd many other Stove .or Sink 1.'. Embroidery Sot 874Horwa
Holmes Elementary Sewing Machines .__*. 8.10 .?-_ 294 to,. $ sTops
To get thla beck In your neighborhood store, call .,..._.. lit to I."$ Gun and Holster
Holmes Elementary iwill have NE 4-0956 or NE 5-0087 Gunk only 884 up lets ....,..........,., 1.9$ up
School Thursday, Nov.
Twilight 5 at 730 pm. instead of the regular Mail Money Order loi FREE Pay Your Electric Bllle Here FREE

PTA meeting on Nov. 2. THE "OLD INDIAN" PRODUCTSP. Simplicity Pattern/ Matarlala and Money Order Bold EveryDay
,We are asking each and every -7:45: a.m. to 7 p.m. Mon. thru Frl. 8 a.m. to 9 p.m: to
parent to come out and enjoy Box 47901 Mural, Florida
the evening.. 'a p.m.saturday (Cleeed. Sundays) :
Garth Reeves, presidentMrs. e
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'. ..: .. ' ST. MARY'S W. M. who came to worship *on Sunday.
: .. '-; ," .., :. : Special appreciation is ertendedto
: Rev. E. A Culmer, pastor Mrs. Lenora Johnson of Mt.

: Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter Zion Baptist Church, Miss Forbes ,

Sunday School....................... 930 of Ebenezer Methodist: Church,
I Morning worship ................ 11:00: Mrs. J. Wiley pf the, Church of
Evening worship .................... 7:30 God and Mrs. Esther Campbell

Temple Baptist Church, who 'par
School conductedby
Sunday was
ticipated so effectively during the
the assistant superintendent
mid-week 'service and
n to tT Classes took) their respective School. Sunday

me places and the lesson was reviewed -

by Rev. H. V. Stuart. The spiritual emphasis at'aU
Sunday, Oct. 24 was observedas
services 'iwas high and the fel-
Woman's The chairman
lowship gained from the very inspiring
and co-chairman
of Mrs. Irene G.
and members wish thank their messages
to Pratt in the morning and Mrs. L.
Church of The Open Door
friends for the cooperation: given
Ferguson in the evening will not
I PAGE 10 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1959 Dr. H. C. McDowell, pastor them !by the various clubs of the be for. otben. ..

A. E. M N eal. reporter city. We especially thank Miss The ''women. are] ,quite proud
Helen Dorsett who delivered
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' N wlpaper"BAHA'I a that with the support of the men
Everything Is in high gear at"the wonderful message and all the they raised over $1,632.00.FIRST .
Church of the Open Door participants on the ,program. Our
Members are busy !working on sincere thanks to Mrs U Higgs
their souvenir program for the and Mrs. Myrl Gibson, our pro- ...

Bradford Cleveland of Pom? Opa Locka 3rd Sunday in November. We gram and publicity committee.I The Rev Robert W. Sonen,

pano Beach; a iormer director od Rev:! Samuel Gay, pastor want to'thank all (friends who just have to make mention of minister cif the First Unitarian
The New Britain (Conn.) Boy' Publicity Committee gave us (patrons and ads. Little Prescilla' I sang so Church which is located on Dixie -

Club and the Alta Social Settle- Morning worship .................. 11:00: Events to come: Nov. 1 Holy beautifullly May God reward you Highway at SW 29th road, willspeak

ment in Cleveland, will lead the Sunday School....................... 9:30: Communion and Reception of with His blessings. Again, we on "In Praise of Honest

discussion: at the Baha'i Center, Evening worship .................... 7:00: new members. say thanks. Doubt" on Sunday, Nov 1, 11
11th Ave. 8 p.m. Sunday On the first Sunday there will
161: NW The pastor and women are'pre- Nov 13 Recognition and be testimonial am.That
Nov. 1. His subject will be meeting theLord's evening at 8:15: the Jef-
for their second annual of the Church of tim
Youth in Society." Every- paring acceptance Supper will be administered ferson Club, an adult discussion
one"Cay is cordially invited to parti- Woman's ,Day to be Observed Open Door, Congregational, by by the pastor. group open to all members; and
Nov. 8. Various committees have the Southeast Coast Associationof
pate in this discussion. friends.of the church, will meetat
all with Mrs. Congregational Christian
ST. MATTHEW BAPTISTRev. the home of Mr. and Mrs.
been organized ,by the pastor and Churches, meeting at the Community Eric
Rath, 4181 Pomona Ave.
TklN1TYyESLEYAN Zessie Iring as chairman and Church, Lincoln Road. N. F. Clark, pastor Coconut Grove. ,
Mrs. Norma Hall, as cochairman.You .
: t.. Jonnaou, pawin
tvcv. uev/ige November 15 Our gala day. Last Sunday marked the
.. Andrews, reporter are invited to come otu suc-
>-uuuay fiiyuis' ;::,Ct1Wa ................- Y &.!U and hear these two dynamic Dr. Wicks will be the guest minister cessful close of the third annual 4
ursnlp ..................... 11:0\: speakers, Mrs. Lona Simmons at the morning service At observance honoring the 'womenof ARMSTRONG
fuu Ui
rrup: !e's Meeting 5 p.m will' be our speaker for our 5 ,.p.m. we twill be host to churchesand St. Matthews Baptist Church MANOR HOMES
iuu morning worship and Mrs. Atha- ministers of the Associationand The committee In charge chaired
On Sunday, Oct. 25 the Sunday lie Range will ,be our speaker for all ''greater Miami.. !Dr. Lea I by Mrs. Lillian Clark, Mrs. Louise Call Ora D. Taylor
School (began at 9:30 with our evening service. ser will be the guest ministerand I Moss and Mrs Alean Miller 'wishes Reg. Real Estate Broker

the usual theme. Rev. Johnson We are asking each of you to music by the choral group of to thank' the many visitors CE 5-4246

spoke on the, "Relationship of please visit the sick and shut-Ins. Dorsey Junior High School, fol- [I II I --. ---
John." In it he got warmed up A free and delicious dinner lowed by High Tea. II|I " #I!' -

for his: sermon /which took place will be served to everyone on Visitors are always 'welcome to -

at 11 ajn. worship at which time Woman's Day, Nov. 8 on the all .these services and to our OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOUSEE
the spirit of God visited us and church' grounds after the 11 a.m. regular morning services at Seventh
at evening service, the Rev. Saw: service.* Day Adventist School, 50th
yer of Temple Baptist Church On October 31 the trustees will St. and 25th ave.TEMPLE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED

crowned the day. have a sale. You are invited. PSYCHIC READER
The Rev. George Johnson has BAPTIST

been duly appointed the hon MT. SINAI BAPTIST
Rev. A.
Governor according to the Thompson, pastor
orable and laws of ,the state D. B., reporter Sunday School........... ........ 9:30:
constitution !be public af Rev, S. A. Thomas, pastor Morning worship ...........*....... 11:00:

of Florida. Congratulations to notary to Rev Sunday School...................... 93.1 BTU ............................................ 8:30:
lar e Evening worship ....... ........... 7:00))
Johnson. Morning worship .................... ll:0: < M I

__ Evening worship/ ...........-....... 7&0 Tonight (Friday) the Woman's

BETHEL BAPTIST The revival meeting has closed. Day Committee will sponsor a

Richmond Heights It was a glorious meeting. The turkey dinner at the church Thisis
an annual affair and the
youth everywhere to pro-
Rev. L. R. Ross, Castor seem
Jean E. Scott, reporterSunday heed the call of the Master, as ceeds will go to swell the big

School........... 8-30; He bids us through the voice of drive.
First Sunday services (will 'be
Morning service 11:00: his !servants, "come unto me y e

BTU ......................... 5:30: that are heavy laden, and I will as usual. The choirs will sing
Jointly. The Rev. C H.
Evening"service 7:00: give you rest.
pastor' of the TransfigurationBaptist
Baptismal service will be heldat
The No. 1 choir is sponsoring a the church on the first Sunday :: Church, Nassau, Bahamas,
musical program Nov. 8 at 3.00pjm. ; Rev. Randolph Thompson 'Will] who is visiting relatives and .
You are cordially invited. conduct the service. friends in Florida, will be the
Dinners ''will be on sale at the The pastor is still in the hos- preacher at 7 p.m. Let my yoars of Kerien: | ..e itiilde and protect yon through

home of Amos Larkins, 14201 pital. He is improving in health. Everything Is set for the ob- Life as a Lighthouse guides tht ship In a storm

Carver Drive. The Rev. R.: Thompson had servance of Woman's Day on
sick : Mrs. H. FergusonIn WHEN OTMluKS FAIL YOU SEE MB
Our are charge of the services on last I November 8 The faithful womenof
Dade County Hospital; Mrs Sunday. It was wonderful. He Temple are leaving no stone For Success in 'Business And Love
Mary ,Wright in Mercy Hospita. preached two thought giving ser- unturned in !preparing for the
Ruthie Mae Harden at CONSULT HER .
and Miss
mcns. Rev. Thompson is a member occasion. And the men have -

14901 Please Tyler St.,for and visit the of the Mt. Zion Baptist promised to back them up all the 0 You can now haVe your home I made happy .
pray Church.
sick. Visitors are always welcome way.Monday Get and Hold the position you so long wantedDon't
True religion is not !what ,man evening at 8:30: No.1
sees and admires. It is what God choir will be host to the monthly 6 Stay in the rut, get out now

sees and loves.EBENEZER. program of the Interdenominational 0 By the help of God she can help you

Rev.SALTER'S H J. Benson CHAPEL, pastor METHODIST Ferguson Choir ,Union president., the Rev. Allen Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in

Ruth Twlggs, reporter trouble

Sunday School..-................... 9:38: Rev Aaron D. Hall, pastor MT. CALVARY BAPTIST It will pay you to call and see thin Gifted Medium First
Morning,worship ...............11:00: ( Ernestine L. Ham-brick reporter(
ACE League ............................ 6:30: Sunday School....................... 9:30: Rev E. M. Thomas pwtorPhvllls Where thou.Moos come yearly for help and advice you too can
Evening worship .................... 7:00: Morning service ..........,......... 11:00: ( Myers reporter be touched by this strange mysterious power

Sunday was Love Feast day. Evening service ................... 7OC: Sunday School....................... 9:30

The 11 o'clock !Was delivered The Holy Communion will Morning,worship .................. 11:00 WHY' GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe
,by the: pastor message which :was administered at both be BTU ...-...................................:.. 5:30 same God who delivered Moses and the children' of Israelof

very inspiring after which the Sunday. .services on Evening worship .................. 7:00 old Is still alive today and will open a way for yon through

meeting was turned into a testimonial Our pastor will leave on pastor's Monday 24th, Nov. 2 will be our the troubled, seas of life. Let not him that Is blind lead yon or
meeting where everybodyhad Tuesday morning for Bethune- anniversary. The
Rev. Goodman and his )o" Mnmblf with him.
an opportunity to express oJ Cookman where College, Dayonta Beach! will ''be there to preach the Do you the exl tnce of thing because you cannot see ..
themselves The president he will attend conference '
usher /board No. 1 'want to thank from Nov. 4-8 anniversary sermon. After the them?

her many friends (for helping to Members are urged to renew ments.served program: there In the will refresh What do you think of the Invisible wave and sounds that

make their 22nd anniversary a their Christian Advocate now. The sick and shut-ins are Sisters make Wireless, Telephone' lladln and Television pomibleT
also thank Miss Beal It's church -
success, your paper and mineso
and 'her Junior choir for render subscribe now through Mrs. O. Hooks and Ross. We (wish A. ,seed before sprout, lies concealed secret, silent in the

ing service. The Gospel choir was Albertha Carey. for Visitors them a speedy recovery. dark earth or womb of Nature. 'THKHK IS AN "UNSEEN
are always
in charge of morning and even Our sick and shut-ins are: POWER"
ing service of (which Mrs. Cornelia Sisters Emma Neal, 1722 NW
Glenn is president. 63rd St., Victoria Higgs, 1411 St. Luke Women Therefore, acquaint x

NW 68th st.; Carrie Wright, Raise $3,780The self with the one who yourIi

NEW BETHEL BAPTIST, Jackson Hospital; Bessie Johnson, authority. Whose ,
353 NW 14th St.; Ester Norris f
consultation will evolve
? a
1371 N.W. 68th Terrace 541 NW llth members of St. Luke you
Rev. Ernest Williams pastorI. Christian Hospital TenSerena; Bro. Smith, wish to thank: our Woman's Day to a higher state of mind.
B. Brown, reporterOn Haywood Jackson speakers for their Inspiring mes
no ltal.
Wednesday, Nov. 4, choir The youth of the church Invite sages Sunday. Mrs Athalle Range All Information is L
No. 2 will musical extravaganza gave a wonderful spiritual '
present a yu to join them in an evening message ,
at 8 vm. We are of dancing on ,Friday night, Oct. on Women's Responslbmtj'at . Strictly Confidential
looking forward to seeing all our 30 at 8 o'clock at the James E our morning service. Mrs.
members and friends. Scott Community Center NW Clora Pearsall gave a glorious Office llonn 0 a.m.-R p.m. '

Sunday morning is baptism at 22nd ave.- and 71st street Admission message at our evening service. Sunday: 10 am. to 1 pin
New Bethel. 25' cents. Our general chairman, Mrs .
Sis Green and'Rev.. Jones are Annie B. Sullivan wishes to I Don't Write-Call in Person f
still on the sick list. Sisr Gibson thank everyone who gave to
is improving nicely. help us reach our) goal especially i DULY UKADI.NTJ '1.00 UP

The Rev. Evans, of the city the committee that worked with
delivered the message Sunday her, and each captain for their 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
night. t' 1wasa splendid work and 'cooperation

Worshipping with us were Rev.I. rev srs loss Is oooroast Our program (was a success. 'The MADAM HUNTER
Hepburn of Temple Baptistand /+ tltl taouw/s" WN Usn7 b1os grand total raised during the
Rev. R. Cox. os OItA JEl drive was $3,750.44. 1657 N.W. 73rd St., Miami
The doors of New Bethel stand n atnti ."% 01 4EL Our pastor expressed his appreciation
ajar. Won't you worship with us to all for their. excel
this Sabbath lent work.

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Church School..........-N..N. 9:30: ( Speaker I
Morning worship .,......1...*...,. 11:00: ( mrlallowe'en
Evening worship ..................,. 7:00: On Sunday, Nov. 22, all roads ST. FRANCIS XAVIER Dance-
will lead
to St. James AME

Mt. Pleasant Methodist Church. This will be the occasionof NW., 4tn Ave. and 16th Terr. Party at HolyRedeemer .
the observance of the 11th annual Phone FR U-1424
2170 Washington Street Woman's Day. Theme for MASSES HallThe

Opa Locka the day will be announced later. Daily .................................. a ajn
Sunday School ............... 9:30: ajtn Mrs. Marian Shannon, an instructor Sunday ........ 7 a.m. & 8:30: sin Women's Union of Holy
Morning worship ............ 11 aon at Booker T. Washington Redeemer Catholic Church sin
Evening service 7:30( (High) School, twill be speakerat w Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist cerely hopes that you will accept
the morning service. their invitation to attend the .
METROPOLITAN AME Mrs. Sara Moible chairman 402 N.W. 2nd Ave. Halloween Dance Party on Saturday -
and Mrs. Susie Smith, co-chair- llallandale Florida Oct. 31 at 3:30: pm and
Rev. H. M Salmon, pastor man, with the 42 captains, have Rev. Benjamin Franklin, pastor 8:30: p.m.
Sunday School....................... 93:0:( pledged to make this the biggestand Rev. C. E. McClary, reporter
Morning worship .................... 11:00: ( best Woman's Day ever. 8 Plans have been made to. Include -
....... ............ Evening Service pan.
7:00 member of the tamely
Evening worship We every -
are looking forward to
Sunday School................. .. 9:30:
having our many .friends and Morning service .................... 1100: tots, teenagers and adults.
TRIUMPH CHURCH well wishers worship with us. Evening service ........................ 7:00 The 3:30: pjn. hour has been re-

Prince H. Mobley, pastor Won't you make this a must onyour BTU .......................................... 6:00 served for" "Teen-Time" and I
calendar? Tot Time. At this hour, teenagers -
Sis. S. Daniels, reporter Rev. H. McNeal Harris Is will engage in such entertainment -

School of Wisdom '............... 10:00 pastor Church of TransfigurationEpiscopal as dancing to the pop..
Evening service ...................... 8:00 The Rev. A. Joseph Reddlok,, ular records, games, and treating
Y. P. E. Band ............................ 6:30: ( formerly pastor of St. James ( ) themselves to the many tasty delicacies
Tuesday and Friday.......... 8:00( NHS Choir at AME Church and now pastor of 2571 N.W. 152nd Terr. which ,iwlll be for sale.
St. AgnesThe Bethel, the Mother Church of Uwllth Vent John E. Culmer
MORNING STAR BAPTIST Episcopal of the AME priest in charge The younger people will busy
Saint Cecella Choir Guildof church in Tallahassee was hereas Stanley Sweeting, reporter themselves with many active
514 NW 23rd .Street the St. Agnes Episcopal a delegate to the Florida Services every Sunday games and contests. Refreshments

Rev. I. Clayton, pastor Church is presenting the 80-voice Council of churches in session Morning worship .................... 9:30: will be free.
Sister Sadie Ellis, reporter choir of the Northwestern Senior here at White Temple Methodist Sunday School ...............\...... 10:30 "The real "Trick of Treats" will
Sunday School...................... 93:0:( High School in a Sacred Music Church. begin! at 8:30: pan, for the adults.
Morning service .................... 11:30( Service at the church Sunday Rev. Reddick was the enter- This you must not miss) Enter-
BTU ............................................ 5:30( night, Nov. 1 at 7:30: p.m. taining pastor of the recently Matthew Temple AMEZ taining and profitable 'games will
Evening service ........................ 7:30: ( The choir is under the directionof closed Florda annual Conferencein be played; there will be many
are welcome. I Arthur L. Evans and will be Tallahassee at Bethel. He was 1628 NW, 5th Ave. opportunities to win valuable
assisted, from the organ consoleby elected one of the delegates to the Sunday School....................... 03:0: prizes The agenda for the entire
ST. JAMES BAPTIST Mrs. Berthenia White. forthcoming General Conferenceof ; Morning worship .................... 11:00 day is composed of nothing but
Selections by ,Handel, Bach, the AME Church convening in Evening worship .................... 7:00: fun Come and taring your friends.
J. L. Johnson
ttev. pastor
Sunday Services Wilson and other contemporary Los Angeles, Calif., May, 1960.
of sacred music will
Sunaay School........... 9:30: aj& composers CORINTH BAPTISTRev.
Morning Worship ........ 12:00 aon be featured. Other highlights on Men's Day at St Mortgage LoansON
the will 'be solos W T. Thomas, pastor
BTU ............................... 5:30: p.m program by Phone NE 5-1018
Milton and Paul SuccessfulLast
Evening Worsnlp ............ 7:30: p.m Croumel Wright, and David Paschal Jacquelyn ami Sunday School....................... 930:
Visitor always welcome Vennda Rei Harris, flutist Sunday was a glorious Morning worship( .................. 11:00: HOMES, APARTMENTSLOTS
323 N.W. 14th St. There is no admission charge, day Coconut at St.Grove.Paul AME The Church Honorable in Evexing worship .................... 7:30: BUSINESS
but an offering will be taken Come and hear gospel\ preacher
of the
and successful
Please come out and witness Juvenile Court, held the audience pastor
Richmond Heights this occasion by the chorus In a spellbound with his promulga Combine all your monthly
Sacred Music Concert.
Rev. Albert Jones pastor tions of wisdom, wit and warnings NEW HOPE P.B. CHURCH bills into one small payment
Milma Harris, reporter on the rearing of children
Sunday School..;.................... 9:30( MT. TABOR BAPTIST and the curbing of Juvenile delinquency Rev. H. C. Samuels, pastOr and still have tome money

Morning worship .................... 11:0 Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor The Goodwill Mal e Mrs. Evelyn Granger, reporter left.
ACE League ........................... 5:00: ( Mia. UM HlcKB reporter Chorus, accompanied by Mrs Sunday School....................... 9:3(
Evening worship .................... 7:30: ( NOTE: Visitors are always we! Eunice Magahee, organist and Morning service .................... 11:00 Phone FR 9.8531
pianist for the male chorus and. BTU .......................-................... 5:3: (
BETHANY BAPTIST come. Order of Service Mrs. Connie Withers, spirtuallj; Evening worship .................... 7:31: ( Evening NE 3.6754

3078 N.W. 45th St. Sunday School....................... 9:11. thrilled the congregation with
their melodious songs. The solo-
Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor Mwrmng U .worship 11(00ax 6:30worship tat, Otis Hardeman, was superb ANTIOCH BAPTIST AMERICAN CREDIT"BETTER "
Marjorie Shelby, reporter that the 1m.
Sunday School....................... 9:30: I.rrutu. ................... 1:3&1& We of had the thought morning service message Rev. E. D. Richardson pastor TIMES ON
. ....... 11:00 pact Minnie T. Copeland) reporter TIME"N14
Morning worship ..... ... .. ..
BTU .......................*......N............. 5:30 We are reminding .our friend' had attained,but when an unsurpassable the Rev, Sunday School....................... 9:3:
Evening worship .................. 7:00 again that the men of Mt. Tabor plateau former assistant Morning worship .................... 11:0(1: ( I
are continuing to work toward & Phillip Cooper, and i BTU .......................-................... 5:30:
ST. PAUL A. M. E. successful will climax Men's on Nov.Day.8.This drive professor the official of arranger music at for FAMU the famous -, Evening worship .................... 7:00: Drive CarefullyTV

pastor You invited to attend a tea FAMU marching band and
Rev. J. D. Washington, are
19th St. and 4th Court Nov. 1 at 3 p.m. at Mt. Tabor now, music director at George "'
the SALE:
School took <
Sunday School...................... 9:30: ( 1701 NW 66th st. The speakerfor Carver :High service
Morning worship .................... 11:00: ( the evening will be Dr. John stand for the that evening In, we foi: ONLY $1.00 DOWN F
ACE League ............................ 8:30: ( O. Brown. You must bear him. soon found shock.we were Using the
Evening worship ................... 7:00 He is now serving in our city alan a theme spiritual of the day, "Building aNew DAVID JEWELERS .
optometrist and doing a won- World on Faith," he forcefully 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522 ,
KELLY'S CHAPEL derfu job. The sponsor of this convinced the congregation Opposite Bonded Collection Agencyr-
tea is Elder Cason and his group.
Esther McNeil reporterRev. that It is not a new people that Weekly Hour. : ,
The purpose of this tea is to to (
need but a new approach
Leroy Dell, pastor raise money ,for the Men's Day we of 8:30: a.m. to 12:30: p.m.-3 to 7 I
Sunday School....................... 9:49:. drive. life, with God as the nucleus p.m.Always
Morning worsrip .................... 11$0( All members of the church are every transaction, is the (primerequisite
M. Y. F. .................................... 6:00Evening : ( to work along with youi of building a new (worldon
worship .................... 7:30: ( urged them lull faith. Again the Men'e Chorus
captains and give your furnished' the music, followed by
support. the Men's Chorus of St. Paul Miami
ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. Tackle something great, and who fired the hearts of every t Lose On
O. W. Foster, pastor something high; you don't know Christian with their soul-search.
A. L. Johnson reporter what you can achieve until you ing renditions. The evening soloist -

,Sunday School....................... 9:49: really try! Bro. Morris Spencer, ,further Saturday ?
Morning: Service ................. 11:00: added to the. uplifht of the meet- $5
BTU ................... ... 5:30 Zion Hope M. Baptist in,. s Then you need this book
.I.N..1..... 7:0 to and God Almighty Tells
Thanks It
Evening worship 1710 N.W. 69th St. and 17th Av*. you ( N ,
spiritually revived
NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. Sunday School 0:30 ,received we were one 'person In the \ O 'What number to play

Morning Service 11:00 church: and raised $3 276.39. 6 How to Back them ,up
James E. Brown pastor BTU *:00 Bro. Thomas Holloway, was ,1
Bro. Vandell Bovan, reporter Evening Service 7:00: chairman Bro. Richard A. Campbell 'c 1 t' So you may win

w Sunday School................. 930: (Tuesday night) co-chairman; Rev. Thomas So come, write or call
Morning worship .............. 11:00:|J}{ Prayer Meeting S:00 C. Kelly, !pastor and Bro. Melvin (,.. OX 1.1541
Evening worship ................... 7:00 R. Jackson reporter.FRIENDSHIP .
BTU ..................................... 530: THE INCARNATION ,y JAMAICA CANDLE SHOP
MT. ZION A. M. E. 1835 N.W 54th Street 6965 N.W. 15th Ave.
Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr.. vicar C. J. Burney, pastor _ut '- Miami; 47, Florida
22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. RiiMtn, Butler, reporter Claudia Wilson, reporter

Opa Locks Sunday School....................... 9:30
Rev. C. J. Jenkins, pastor The St. Peter's Guild Is sponsoring Morning worship .................. 11:00
Sunday School............... .::30 a.m a Night of Games on Fri- EveningWorship .................... 7:00
Morning worship ............ 11 *-m day. Oct. 30 at 8 pjn. at the BTU .......................................... 0:30
League ............................ 5 p.m parish hall, 1701 NW 69th st. The FARRAN'S PALMISTRY STUDIO
Evening worship ..............7 p.m. ,public Is cordially invited. Leon ALLEN CHAPEL A. M. t v '.
Gibson chairman. Madam Farran, lift reader, adviser,

.... Bethel Apostolic Temple Sunday, Nov. 1 and All Saint'sDay Rev. E. M. Blocker, minister born with power Mme Far ran la na
marks Father Clarke's 3rd Ctoe Sweeting, reporter 1
Doris R. Akins, pastorJ. anniversary as vicar of the Sunday School.................. 9:30 tlonally known, highly recommended.
Lafluer, assistant church. Morning worship ............... 11:00: : Mme. F.rr.n, the wonder lady of Miami,
Sis. T. Wallace reporter Sunday: Solemn High Mats ACE League ............................ 0OC: has returned to help you 'with your per.
2310 N.W. 58th Street with procession and sermon. Cor- Evening worship ..............;.... 7:00: tonal' problema.
Sunday School ...............-... 10:00 porate Communion of all Guilds L '
Morning worship! ............* 11:45: and the fall UTO Ingetherln for ST. JAMES A.M E. Are you unhappy? Does bacj! luck eeem
Evening worship ._....._..-... 7:30 the Episcopal Churchwomen of to follow you? Are you discouraged, sick
McNealllani., pastor
Incarnation. Rev. H _
GREATER NEW BETHEL the Monday: Solemn Mass of Requiem Mrs. Sadie F. Dean reporter or In distress? Mme. Farran remove evil

............. 8'30I
6 am. All persons having Sunday> School Reunite the separated Turn failure 'Into success,
Rev. W. K. Smith pastor loved ones should turn I Morning worship _...-..... 11:00
departed 4-8217 for appointment.If .
fn. R. Conler. Clerk In names to the vicar by Sunday, ACE League __..__ 530: health and happlne Phone NE
Morning, worship .._-- 11:00 November 1. Evening ,worship ..._..m....N. 7:00 you cannot com send 2 one dollar bills with stamped,
Sunday School .._-__ 9-.30 Tuesday: The Vestry will have GRACE PRESBYTERIAN .addrMd envelop for your Solar' H',"*."*.
.... 5:30
BTU _.-----.N Its monthly meeting at the churchat
worship .._-- 7:00 14 th A y.. and 69th Street
Evening 8 (un. Take Buses 15 or 24 4500 N.W. 27th Are.TRINITY .,
Wednesday; The Guild of Our Sunday School 930 txnMoraiag
Lady will have its monthly Service ?___.. 11:00 a.m
Advertise' It Pays! meetng at the church, 8 p.m. Westminster Fellowship 0:00 pm

And Around The a few conditions ana qualified to
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples1 Newspaper"PAGE In enter the institution 'higher

.'. '.\ learning that they choose.
12 .. ; V. Bahamas" The late Honorable Alfred
Francis Adderley, is the first
Davis was convict- race man in the colony to be
kichardsori . :fj"', 1 by 'a''Supreme'Court jury on Oct. thus honored.LOANS'.
CARDSMEMORIALSCARD '., ',. . 14, -for maiming Joseph Rigby on

Mrs Louise Jones, 220'NW May 3*, The two men lived

4th ave., Delray' Beach. died in .n the.same. house. During an argument -

THANKS CARD OF THANKS' Ocala, Oct.. 21.' Funeral service on their iway home from
OF ,
held from Greater Mt. Olive, 'a night club, Davis took Rg&y'sflute
and struck in the left
Oct. him ,
Church in Delray
The family of the late I 'wish to express my appreciation Baptist in Delray ,eye which had tq bje, removed.
28 2
all of those who sent pjm. "
MR. CLARENCE ORTEASE to Mrs;Jones is survived 'Davis 'W'Ss'.sentenced to"prlson.for
cards flowers and visited ne Cemetery.
'wishes to thank the many friends during my illness in Jackson by husband. '' Theodore, $hre0ctiildr'en. five years. ,. M. IE. GOLDSTEIN

and neighbors for kindnesses Memorial Hospital. Special f Not guilty was the verdict of a
shown during its recent period of thanks to Rev. Cousin, Mrs. Tu- in the Court
Ollie Johnson, 2107 NW 56th jury Supreme on Chattel and Real EstateMOR'rCAGES
those' who workon
Hicks and
bereavement; Thanks for your St., died in the Veteran's Admin- Oct., 15, in the case of Obediah
the 6th at Jackson hospital
cards, beautiful floral piece, wing
istration Hospital of Coral Gables Gregory Rolle, who was charged
letters, telegrams, cars and other May God bless you. .
Oct.26 Services will be held on with causing grievous harm to -
kind gestures of sympathy.Richard Mrs.1810 NW Willie 55th Lee St.Parker Thursday, Oct. 29 from the chapel his 'brother-in-laivy: !Mervyn Ad- Reg. Broker FR 72643RUPTUREEASER
thanks to Fr.
Special with burial in Paradise Memorial. derly on July 24. Adderley was
DeVeaux for the servces con- Survivors include wife, Gladys, seriously 'cut in the abdomen by
ducted and words of encourage- IN MEMORIAMIn and severe! children. Rolle in a scuffle when he failedto
Thanks also the doctors
ment. to
leave the latter's home when
and nurses at Jackson Hospitaland In loving memory of the late, Williams 51 NW 1st min-
Albert ordered to leave. After 14
the Francis Funeral Home, place, died in' Jackson Hospital utes the jury decided 11'-1 that T.M.....V.B.PH.Otf. (A Flpw urns Treat
tar their kind and efficient ser
1 Oct. 22. Funeral services con- the act was not Intentional.
vice. Again thanks to everyone 1 ducted from the chapel on Friday lfHJRight
Gtod bleach
far everything. May
Oct 30 at 2 pm. with bur-
of you. 4 : ial n Evergreen Cemetery. The A. F. Adderley Scholar- Doubl.S.9S$
The Hamilton and { N ship will be awarded in 1960. or
Dunwoody Families This is the fourth under the Me- / L.ft NO
Hasting Hanna died in New SId. S495 aquin4
York City on Oct. 23. Funeral morial Scholarship Act of 1957. 300ssbi .
MEMORIAM"In services conducted from the The three preceding are the Har- A strong. fofm-fltttaf wMhabl rup-
IN port for reducible ingulnaj hernia. Back
chapel on Saturday. Oct. 31 at court Gladstone Malcolm scholarship k tnf ftdJutUbla. Snap In front.
sad but loving memory of 2 pjm. with burial in Lincoln : the Sir George Henry AdJtuUbl. No *tteel IMT or tr.reathel'f.p band Hat rrotnpad. Fer
q Y Memorial. His loss i U mournedby Johnson's, and the W. C. B. John- sea, wmen children. Mall orders give
our dear beloved mother, grand- ) .......r* around lowest part of abd -
mother, Mrs. Lottie Ham, wife, brother son scholarship. The award is Mm, state rlf&t, l.ilde.. .......
Frank, sisters, Mary Hanna, open to any student or former
Lenora iLockwood\ Irma Allen student in the Bahamas. They. HARLEM DRUG CO.
and Viola Small. must be under 25, 'be able to meet 1400 N.W. 3rd Ave., Miami, Fla.

a. .............. -:;" ":.":

Range .
Mrs. Zidia Altschul Bethel of
1252' NW 68th st, died at Mercy p
s Hospital on Oct. 27.'Mrs. !Bethel SEE WM. PINDER Sr. I
came to Miami from her home in ,

Pine Bluff, Ark. 28 years ago. PROFESSIONAL PIANO A jFOR j\l]
'She was an employee of the Dade
JAMES D. ETHRIDGE School Board and at the time of AND ORGAN SERVICES |N
who departed this life Oct. 31, her passing had completed more

w ?t 1958. A flowed has been chosen than 20 years of teaching at BTW 1935 N W. 153rd St.
for the Kingdom. One has lived High School Survivors includeher SERVICE

a faithful life, has run the race husband, Richard, her father, MU 8.3770 .
patiently, has kept the faith to Charles Altschul of Chicago, Ill.
the end now has entered into and Mrs. Lucy Wright aunt.
eternal rest Oh, how much I miss She !Will lie in repose at the ...-."..-I--' -- - - *-'*--....................' .*. !.- '*. .... .... .
you for your kindness, thought- chapel beginning at 12 noon on
fulness, patience, gentleness, Friday and Rosary services. will
comforting and encouraging way. be conducted in the chapel at 7
You were a very devoted hus- !IP.on. Friday. :Funeral services -
band I shall always rememberyour will ,be conducted at 'St. Francis iiiii i/iAiiHji IIIKM/IH ifi{mi ..w
teaching when troubles Xavier Roman' Catholic Church, .
Mrs. MARGARET HOLMES and trials arise in life look at NW 4th alive and 16th terr. at 11
who departed this life Oct. 29 the cross, think on the Lord am. Saturday, Oct. 31 r
1957. Jesus Christ and let not your
"What though in lonely grief we heart be troubled. Stand still and Jerry Clarke of 1629 Home-
sigh wait on God. God loves obedi- stead Ave., Perrine, died at Dade
For you dear one no longer nigh ence. Your presence still lives County (Hospital on Oct. 26.
Submissive still we /would reply, In the home and is with me daily. Funeral'- arrangements are in-
God's .will be done!" Your last song you sang was complete.
y l The Family "My Soul Looks ,up to Thee, Thou
Lamb of Calvary, Saviour Di-
vine." I love you, but the Lord
;IN MEMORIAMIn wanted you home. He had a place -IN .MEMORIAMIn
for you to rest from 'your labor. memory of our dear son,and
sad but loving of Thy will be done. brother,
memory 5727 N.W. 17th AVENUE MIAMI .n.oRJDA.Phones OX 14111 OX
our dear one, Lillian M. Ethridge, wife MATTHEW: (Maccaddoo). CARR
Lillian E. Chashom, daughter wo departed this life October 26.
sad Atkalie..*.,Owmer Oleo Ranee, LlceMtd Embalmer.Funeral Director
Jimae E. King, daughter 1947. f
Gone, but not forgotten.We 1 :
love you but God loves you
bestMrs. s.r
Jessie Carr, father : -
family of the late, Mrs. Mary Carr mother "
MR. WILLIE JOHNSONwho And Family : r
died Oct. S and was laid to : '"
rest Oct. 15, wishes to extend ; 4 l
thanks and appreciation to all
I who expressed their sympathy by J. B. SMITH
lhdferel PNr14'p
kindness ,..4'/IMI 4etKItY fiytia3 4
acts of cards, floral ELECTRICSERVICE
tributes and telegrams during nil
illness and death. Special thanks

to the Range Funeral Dome, Rev. e 1-
Electrical Contractor
P. D. Brantley and his conne ::!:: Y -=...
tion and the many other friends HOUSEWIRING"Don't : -;..
and relatives, again thanks to I A
for everything. Call us" .'"
everyone May CUM i
God bless each of you.
Mrs Ruby Johnson :, PHONEvDX '1.3625 .,

And FamilyCARD "
'- Night or Day LESTER C. ALBERT, Funeral Director

N.W. OX 1-7661
6942 15th Avenue -

0 .
MRS. RUTH LOUISE ADDERLY family of the late, '
STUART SIDNEY SCOTT It i. our aim to render a corucientipu service. .

who departed. this life Oct, 24,: take this method to express s Reasonable in price and satisfactory in every detail
1058. thanks and appreciation, to .our

"God of the living in whose eyes friends for their many acts of .
Unveiled thy whole Creation lies, kindness for cards, telegrams, q*D
All souls are thine; we must not flowers and donations.We .
say wish to especially thank rxL M6b .
That those are dead who pass. Rev. S. A. Cousin, our pastor, 64pi1ss
away; Rev. F. J. Hicks assistant pastor,
From this our world of flesh set Rev. Griffin, the pastor of Shiloh Hit Special
free. Baptist, Church, the various organizations -
We know them living unto thee. the Range Funeral Of the Week

Mrs. Rowena Addcrly, Home. Each one tried in every "Dance With Me"
mother way to make our burden lighter
..Mr. Calvin Adderly, father to bear. May the Lord bless and FLIP felDE'True ? ? Isrr
Master Harold Stuart, son keep you, is our prayer Love"
Mrs. :Willie Mae Finklln. Lillian Scott, wife ,

sister Only 79c 1 I
Miss Bertha Adderly, ( e ..

slster-in-laiw Your Vote is Neededto THIS WEEK ONLY .

Mrs.Madellne FlOMrst grandmotherMrs. fight the forces that seek MORTICIANS .. '\,

Elizabeth Nemo, Variety Record Shop
Theodore to keep you a Second Class 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue 334 N.W. lOtn Street Phone FR 1-7679

Theophilus Adderly, nephew and I Citizen. 6400 N.W. 15th Avenue Miami, Florida L. U RICHARDSON, JR., OWNER ,

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.. . . 1I THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People1 Newspaper" .

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3042 ,0 N.W: 57th St. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1959 PAGE 13, '

, $475 Cash
Completely furnished. One mortgage -

:payment. Large master bed- YOU ASKED FOR IT! ,
.room ,plus Florida room. Deep
i, lot ,Ideal for small family. Small So here it is-A' full ONE YEAR f, )
[money payment. Ask for Mr.Gold .
1 Policy for most people with only .
Coast Realty
4301 $15 DOWN PAYMENT "
N.W. 2nd Ave.


And 19508.C.waxing. at your home or call and Grill with 645 N.W. 36th St. 27th Ave. Farmers' MarketPL

OX H. JONES 031 sundries,. Downtown, busy section 9.5284 NA 4.1811
Terms can be arranged. Sale .
forced by Illness. Call PL 8-5533 FOR SALEBy .-. ", .
WANTED. or FR ;)3-6903.

manent. $60 month. CEdar 56262or equipped. $1,000 down, balance 'A DREAM A LUCKY
MO 7-0791. easy. Goodman's Real Estate, Iteg. Real Estate Broke 0'4 ''NUMBER?
-- 2688 NW 62nd St., OX 1-0350. "
don't ?
Can't 'dream? Dreamy play
Salesman, District Manager IN LIBERTY CITY '
: -
'with superb ability to sell and LOT. Size 50x140 in Carver Ran- 2-bedroom frame home on large Always mitt by one? Put this teal
organize Phone NE 5-1067. Interviews -. ohes. (West Hollywood.) A nice lot, 1751 NW 75th st. $7,995 _' 4 under your pillow and you may
Monday morning. key lot, next to corner. Cash or $500 down, $65 per month.IN dream what number to play and
terms. If terms, small down pay- I' how to play It.
ment, MU 5-1322. N21 COCONUT GROVE
Frame bedroom. home, $6- Come, send, or call lOX! 1.1541
Job OpportunityThe 995 $500 down, $65 per month o JAMAICA CANDLE SHOP.
S-bedrocm h tn 3790 Oak Ave.
I ee 6965 N.W. 15th Ave.
Greater Miami Urban \
Opa Locka, 2470 NW 155th Terr., s
Bunche Park area. Desire quiet, League announces Job opportunities Frame 3-rooms nd bath, large Miami 47, Florida .

... working family. Quiet and private for the following positions. lot, $5,500, $500 down.. 3823 Prow
surroundings For Mathematical Statistician Ave.
call NA 16654.IBEDROOM information Economist (labor, business and I
general) VACANT LOTS
APT. Children Asst. Park Manager Desirable lot, 50x123 on Thomas AVAILABLE .
welcome. Near bus, school Good Automotive Mechanic ave. and Margret St $3,000 ONE-BEDROOM APARTMENTSWITH
tenant only .4190 NW ,32nd ave. Bridge Repairman cash or terms.
INFORMATIONFor Civil Engineer Lot on Florida ave. and Brooker
a Clean Comfortable Cashier St. $3,500. $28.50ORCHARD A WEEK ..

ROOM Police Cmmunicatlons Operator .
Stock 'ClerkPower Lots In Goulds, 75x123, $1,595. '
Also furnished house for a group
of 6, 7, or 8 men Plant Equipment Repairer $100 down, $50 per month. VILLA PATIO/ APTS.
Downtown Location Engineering Draftsman (mechanical -
C-Barber at 321 NW 16th St. electronic and general) FOR RENT I IN LIBERTY CITY 12th Ave. at 58th St.

031 Library Acountant Assistants and Auditors 3 rooms and bath, 1882 NW Agent on premises 3 to 5 p.m. Daily
70th st. Only $16 week.
Card Punch Operator (Alphanumeric per
FURNISHED Efficiency. None 2-bedroom apt. 2151 NW 55th St.
better. All utilities. Near bus )
!"hopping. 4190 NW 32nd ave. For detail Information regarding 2-6edroom apartment, large living -
these Jobs contact H. Allen
room, 1728 NW 3rd court.
NOW AVAILABLE a 2bedroomapt Wheatley of the Urban ''League
with stove and refrigerator, or call FR 16476.HOMES FOR THESE SPECIALS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS I

2945 NW 46th st. Bus 24 passes CALL DAY OR NIGHT
door. We also have some one bed- PH. HI: 4-2448 or HI 6.017S Mike's RestaurantFormerly
room apts. at 524 NW 22nd St.
FOR SALEDave 3781 Grand Ave., Coconut Grove
New building. Phone FR 9-3576. ( Tuxedo Seafood Palace)
PRIVATE ROOMS. Kitchen privileges ,Live life, every golden minute Featuring Louise Romer cooking those delicious
i telephone, television, etc. of It.Harry.
Steaks and Chicken
Shrimps, Chops,
House to yourself. Phone NE Says
5-5283. Call anytime. 031 That's right, but live. in a home Best Buy in Miami OX 1.9773
., 6851 N.W. 15th Ave.
>f your own. .
2-BEDROOM HOUSE. Solar hot Open Saturday, & Sunday LEE MIKEL, PROP. I

w tcr, nice big lot. $20 B week Beautiful Corner 5423 N.W. 30th Ave. Nit
2280 NW 62nd st Apply at 2260 I
NW 62nd st. Phone NE 32104. Near Orchard Villa School, 3- I II
3-bedroom CBS jalousied 1 front
bedroom, carport, on a corner I
ONE BEDROOM HOUSE. Lights, with a yard like a park. FHA porch, large dining room and kitchen -
water furnished. $16.50 week. terms, low down payment air conditioned Gwnfn"101ar' RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE
2260 NW 64th St. Apply at 2260 heater, 'water softener CBS. Varicose Veins
house fenced yard. Rectal Diseases
utility .
NW 62nd st. Phone NE 32104. ,1)llvNurservKindergart'en 9
$800, down,- $80 month Effictl/e, painless, non'IU rglcal office treatments at low eost-

FURNISHED ROOMS. Near ONE MORTGAGE: no loss time or Income. Avoid surgery and hospltallzstlon. Why

downtown. $8.00 to $12.00. Call Make money with this new truI.7 Why suffer, delay and get worse?
FR 4-2708 We have other,'homes to itt'rour wear
or apply 527 NW 5tt NW area. Fully equipped, 2 com- :
ave. nMelv furnished homes on four pocketbook.'Goodman's! e CONSULTATION FREE. .
lots Price and terms let for thistrrlflc Special medication, treatments, diets for arthritis, neuritis, ulcers

PARTLY room house FURNISHED.and 1-room 3-bed-apt opportunity Call now for brood pressure, sinus, anemia, lost vigor, chronlo diseases

Near bus line and 'school Phone appointment to see. of men and women.

OX 6-0509. 1NDF Call E. Hrrv Denny I Real Estate DR. 'LONGS CLINIC REDUCING.

FURNISHED 1-toedroom apt. All PL 7.8250 I 21 8.W, 13th Ave., FR 3.2748 A General Health Service

modern adult, 729 NW 85th Ter. 2688 N.w62nd St.
Phone MU 1-0323.
7-1636 OX '1.0380
quiet neighborhood, phone Dill 1112 Palm Ave., Hialeah Night MU 1.7740
FR 4-8781, 8 to 3 pjn. After WHY 'PAY RENT
S I bedroom CBS home for only IMS '"
PL 9-0456i [when you can buy this two
ROOM FOR RENT Nice home down and pay balance at $75 per month. Move In with down I

PL 1-3808, 1344 NW '68th St. payment. NO CLOSING COSTS OR ANYTHING.OR .

APT. Living room,
trade for another house or lot *: ; :
bath and kitchen. Stove and refrigerator Will
furnished. 3028 NW TWO HOUSES TWO LOTS
52nd st. Phone NE 43933. See 2771 tf.W. 44th Street

$8,500 Total$1,500 Cash Mo 7.2570

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MIAMI TIMES' -"The People Newspaper" Scouting on The J. W. JOHNSON ELEM.The .

PACE 14', SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1959 Move in: Opa LockaLast observed James United W. States Johnson Day School and LOTS FOR SAUL

United Nations Day with a pro- Corner 150'x 120 ,.""
Wednesday night 50 mothers gram' for each of .these memor-
PHYLLIS WHEATLEYMrs. will have on exhibition a displayof and fathers, with their sons, able days. Build on your lot "'
its library. This display will( On Thursday the second grade,
came to the Bunche Park Elementary {
Elizabeth E. Johnson, Prin. be shown on Nov. 10 at the telecast Miss OSborne, teacher presented or mine '
School to organize and S. . ...
Mrs. E. C. Thomas PR chairman
Other points of display will choral reading, entitled,
build the Cub Scouting programin a We take of financing
Many pupils and parents wen be announced later. Patriot." The fifth and care
LockaVernon "The
made !'happy last 'week 'when the Opa
\Peter L. Thompson, Pres.E. Miller, the Cub Master, sixth gr dos, :Mrs. E. Starke, 0.>
cards taken home
progress were K. Lockhart, principal the preamibl NO MONEY DOWN
and some were sad because of stated that Scouting today is a teacher, presented ;
family (project. Six dens 'were organized in choral reading and song.
for lots
the low grades. Parents you are paid your or -
to find out the "whys" of your ,LIBERTY CITY ELEM.As ; and mating dates set. The I program ,was very impres
child's slow progress. DO not wait part' of the national cele- The next ,pack meeting will beheld I sive and the word "patriot'should homeSEYMOUR
at the Bunche Park Elementary : !be more significant
longer, but cooperate with your bration of Children's Book Week BARON
child's teacher now and try to do a week of events has !been planned School on Nov. 12 at 8 pm. everyone.
something to improve his pro- beginning Sunday, Nov. 1 The theme will (be "The Country Friday we enjoyed anotherdelightful JE 8-1340 t"
gress and the next time your All children and young peopleare Store. Any !boy of Scouting age: projram. -
child brings his card home you invited to 'Go Exploring in '''Is invited with (his parents.' I grade, Mrs. E. Dean, teacher, Licensed and Insured Builder
may expect improvement. Parents Bocks." Special book exhibits The .following persons acceptedthe ; I presented a choral'reading en-
please read carefully the enclosed are on display in the classroomsand Den Mother position: Mrs.! titled, "Everybody. The third
brochures that your children the library. A book week Agnes McCoy, Mrs. Delores and fourth'grades, Mrs. C. L.
bring with their cards, they con- story parade 'will be held Friday, Johnson, Mrs. Lee Price, Mrs. Arnold, teacher, presented a' dia-
tain valuable ,information for you. Nov. 6. Children will dress to Frances Lcwry. logue entitled "The United "
Congratulations to Mrs. Ella D. represent characters in 'books Attending the meeting from the tions In Brief." YOUR MORTGAGE
Dade County Scouting Council The filth and sixth grade presented -
Hadley and her committee on Prizes will 'be awarded in the
were Bob Gordon and Alexander "The! Birth of The United
their first meeting The programfor primary and intermediate depart.
this year is the following; I ments. Parents are asked to helpus Brooks. Nations" in Choral reading andsong PAYMENTS ,

What provisions can be madeto by purchasing pamphlets and ,
meet individual differences, book marks to raise money for LIBERTY SQUAREs I The PTA is about to begin a Are Too High! .,
big drive to raise funds for an
(keeping the "under-achlever! in prizes. I
mind). Each grade offered sug- LCE held its first PTA meetinOct. HAS NEW LOOKThe electric drinking fountain. The
gestions to help 'Solve this prob- 13; theme (for the niizht president! Solomon :Barrett has You are getting behind, you
lem which is so ,prevalent in our "Parents, Meet You r Child's Liberty Square Station of some wonderful plans and the
schools. Teacher." Hats off to.our parents the Miami Public Library is now members are all anxious to work need some extra cash now!
for showing such ((wonderful open in the Liberty Square Community 'Mrs. E. G. Primus, principal
en' TAYLOR lower
Mrs. Nathaniel Vaughn, who thusiasm with you, our efforts Center Building, 6304 NW can get you
served as secretary last year, vis- would be a failure. 14th ave. on Monday, Wednesdayand Greater Miami 'payments, cash now and
ited the school recently (with her Friday \from 2-6 according to
new arrival. The little girl boastsof The faculty is very happy to Miss Helen M. Dorsett, branch I United ChurchWomen help make your paymentsfor
the ripe old age of six !weeks. welcome Mrs. Margaret R. John librarian Miss Dorsett is assisted .
Mrs. Doretha Payne, who is ill son and Miss Glora Delores I by Mrs. Eloise K. Bryant. The you.
and hospitalized was showered Smith to our school family.' Both library has beige 'walls with fire- On the evening of October 31,
with get (well cards last week. We young ladles are graduating sen engine red book shelves. The fur-. Miami youngsters will Join with, Phone FR 9-1703
are happy to be informed of her iors of Bethune-Cookman Col niture Is natural wood with blue' same 2 million others In nearly
improvement, the baby Is a little lege and hope to complete their 10,000 communities throughoutthe
boy. Mrs. L. E. Thomas announces -' studios at BOG in January. legs.Many new books have !been added ! United States when they J. R. TAYLOR

the improvement of her hus- Mrs. Johnson is doing her internship ;; it has best sellers, coot books pound on doors, cry "Trick or
band who has been confined to under Mrs. Glendena In fact any type of book anyone Treat" and ask for contributions. Licensed Mortgage Broker
the hospital for the past few days. Edwards, a second 'grade teacher of any age wishes to read If a to UNTCEF+ The United Nations -
Parents don't forget to visit ; Miss Smith is doing her internship book is needed that is not at the Children's Fund. ,
your school Friday, Oct. 3 for under the guidance ol Liberty Square Station it may In the nine years since a Sun
Parent-Teacher' Conference. Mrs. Elois Cody Johnson, a third be requested and obtained from day School class in a' small Penn- '
grade teacher. We hope the experiences the main library. sylvania town' voted to collect: ::1.00
Dotfsey PTA Plans they share during their Children are especially invited and send their "treat" pennies to
stay here will be help to to not only borrow books but to UNICEF, this newest of holiday
ActivitiesTo strengthen them and make them attend the story hour which la 'traditions has grown astonishingly USEDTVs
proud that they have chosen the held every Friday at !tour o'clock. Last year's collections of pen-
create public opinion in the teaching profession. nies, nickels and dimes totaled
interest of child welfare which is November 20 as !been set asideas more than one and a quarter -
one of the primary objects of the Liberty City Elementary Day, STATE SIGMASTO million dollars. I I

Parent-Teacher Association, the The theme this year is, "Peopleof MEET These Hallowe'en gifts of coins,
Dorsey Junior High School, In Other Countries. Make it a AT through UNICEF, help the child
cooperation with the PTA has a date now to witness the crown FLA. NORMAL ren of more than 100 countries.j NO
series of activities to be held ing of our King: and Queen. One of the best :features of'
during the month of November I November' is National Education St. Augustine ?The Florida UNICEF aid Is that "selfhelp"is
in the ,public interest.All I month. We are planning State Conference' of the Phi Beta the keynote. Countries which MONEYDOWN ,
of these activities are mad many interesting as 'well as educational Sigma Fraternity, Inc., will be receive assistance' match 'every'
up of students of the school. events for you to share held on the campus of Florida UNICEF dollar /with an averageof
Parents of the community 'and with us. Watch for a schedule of N. I. M' College, on Nov. 28., according more than $2.00 of their own.
parents of children attending these events and Join us. Shall to' Lt. Col. David L With two-lhlrd of the world's
Dorsey are invited to attend all we expect you? Brewer, state director' of the'''fra- children suffering from diseaseor
of these activities. This is an opportunity !Mary F. Williams, principal ternal organization. malnutrition, UNICEF faces a
to look in on your R. J. Everette; reporter Great plans are (being made at gigantic task' as it conducts programs
school and know the correct facts FNIMC by the Sigma men on the in mass control of tuberculosis -
of school business.A 'campus to make this one of the malaria, yaws' ; and trash
calendar' of activities:; Haynes and Holmes. most Interesting and as (well &s programs in long
Nov. American Education conferences of) this kind ever grange nutrition, moth er-chlld
Tag Day for students. In the state.Attorney welfare and,, emergency help.
Nov. 6-Band and Chorus Con- CARPENTERSAND ''Fred G. Minnis, former -
cert. BUILDERS Miamlan and now presidentof Expansion Tea
Tfov 1 Science Telecast the ,Etta Sigma Chapter In St.
Nov. 13-Course of Study Petersburgh will deliver ,the keynote The public is invited to enjoy:
Nov 20-Stunt Night), REPAIRMEN address for, the one day con an Expansion Tea on this Sun.*
All of the above activities will fab. Theme ,for the conference i Is day, Nov. 1 at 4 pjn. at the Dix
be held promptly at 8:00: pro. in Call NE 5-8976 "Open Door Toward Progress." ie Park Community Center, 34 0
the school auditorium. Sigma officials and members NW 13th st The affair Is a be e-
During American Education from all over the state are, expected fit for the youth of Trinity CMEChurch
Week Nov. 8 thru 14 the PT ABARKLEY'S or NE 3-3046 to attend and participate and is sponsored by Mrs Ir
In this bi-annual meeting ,Julia Hammock.,


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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper"
The Inside Story of the A BEAUTIFUL

One Bed'rqomCorner
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Black Muslims. in U.S.A. Teen's. Conference Newly. Decorated Apt.

PART ONE OF THREE PARTS communal life, and enjoy the kinship Is Available in ...
he provides with black With HAROLD ANTHONYThis
By iMASCO YOUNG men I Atlantic Manor32nd
everywhere, Muhammad Templesof I 1 I
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.Elijah Muhammad, the spiri- Islam I can be found in such week: Teen-Timers, we show our love for ourselves by Ave. and
tual leader of the largest Muslim cities as Columbus, Detroit, Chi-
will confer on Obedience in I being obedient and respectful at
group in the United States, Is the cago, Philadelphia, San Francisco School. I, all, times. It is often,said that our 42nd St.
most misunderstood man in the Los Angeles, Cleveland, Day- Do ycu obey as you should? behavior away from home reflects
nation today. A soft, gentle-man- ton Baltimore., Atlanta, New York City and That is, do you obey the 'person the type of training that -
nered man, who would hesitateto in authority and do it promptl? we receive, at home. That doesn't'
even take the life of an insect, he"The Black observed Man In America, To ansAer the question, let us g' always hold true. (However, it is. Beautiful HomeOn
he has been accused of preaching once "has been through a day at school. remember that "A good name is Large Lot
race-hate' black supremacy, and treated tco long as a pariah, despised The setting: You arrive at schoolon better to be chosen than great
of being anti-American in his neglected and left to des- time. Ycu are never late (fox riches"So Your lot can be a paymenton
pair, In a country whose soil hi
views. But he ignores these unfounded any of your classes. You never .
accusations, and 'continues blood,"tears and. sweat have nur- talk out loud in or outside your long until next teen's con this 3.bedroom new 2- ,
plodding on ,with his work tured. classroom. Ycu always play fair. ference.' What will 'we talk about baths 2-car garage
because he strongly believes that ly in all of the things next week teen-timers? You say
Walter White, late executive of you par
it and I will write 1tI! 5940 N.W 23rd Avenue <
(black America ticipate in. You do
the man in the NAACP, once asked this all- little or nc
,whether or not he chooses to accept Important challenging question gossiping about t, Tom, Dock ano Baron JE 8-1340
the .fact T- has an important "How can an American Negro Harry.No .
rendezvous with destiny. believe ,wholeheartedly< that the matter what the cause is, 1480 N.W. 59th St.
For more than three decadesMr. (Demorcatic) cause he is, askedto you are there to study, not tt ,Join The NAACP Duplex 2-bedrooms
Muhammad has been unselfishly die for is worth dying for when talk and have tun. Every minute
and passionately fighting daily he is confronted by inSult youwaste' you 'will ,pay for it, I
for the Justice and freedom of, discrimination, and segregation?" stoner or later, even if you don't
the American Negro. He( like Today, says "The Messenger," want to. Sometimes you might
thousands of other Amercan Ne- the American Negro stands at think you are hurting the teach. 1120 I.W.55th Terr.
groes, learned that there is no Individual "one of those 'great crossroads in. er, You are right, you are hurting .
who can ever completelyrise history. His choice is simple, if the teacher; but most of all
above the condition of his only he will look in the right direction you are hurting yourself. Did
race. For the old policies, apd you ask? Well, you and I will Finest street In area. Modern 2-bedroom CBS, tile
Called "The Messenger oi Allah so-called leaders, are bankrupt."I live in the !world of tomorrow.Our .
by his more than, 100,000 A great amount of fuel was parents and teachers have roof, hardwood floors, deluxe Florida room, large

Muslim followers, Mr. Muhammad added to this same statement by lived in the world of yesterdayand landscaped lot.Only.
has never become discouraged E. Franklin Frazier, a non-Mus- coping 'With this world of
or bitterly angry at the people lim, (who is the distinguished NegrO today, They are able to compare
who have set themselves up as sociologist and 'professor at yesterday with today and possible -
his "enemies" and have openly Howard University. Frazier holds predict outcome of tomor- $950 DownPLUS
"declared war" against him. His that the "Negro elite," which is row. They know what It Is likel)
eloquence, wisdom, and Inspiration -
expected! to give leadereshlp to
Are still wondering how CLOSING COSTS
/tie will tell you, are all derived 'he American Negro has desertedthe you
from the triuphant teachings can you hurt your teacher? Are
Allah you thinking that he doesn't care
of The Negro Elite," wrote Fra- about you? Your teacher DOES Only one mortgage $70.00 a monthDo
"It Is only a question of a few 'ier in his book, Black 'Beourgeo- CARE about you. Regardless of
years," he has said to his followers isie," subsists off the crmubs of !iwhat you have once thought, not disturb occupants. Open house Sunday
many times, "when the white philanthrophy, the salariesof think again about what your
blade/ man /will ,be his own master public servants, and what can teacher is there for. A sound and After 2 (p.m.
completely., No ,one knows when be squeezed from the meager lCgical thought would be to con-
the hour cometh. It is In the earnings of Negro workers. clude that the is there to help
you. No, a thousand times, ho --
wind. It is coming. One day. likea .
storm, it will sweep in like a "Th v have shewn practicallyin isn't there for the money I His
tidal wave and lift the black- the 'liberation' of Negroes except salary is low. The teacher loves
man." as it affected their own status children, if not, he would not 'BLACKSTONE, ; REALTY,. Inc.
Today Mr. Muhammad stands or acceptance by ,the white have been there The sooner you
alone as the tmacclalmed leaderof Community. They viewed with realize that he is there to help 5908 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 8.7407
the American ,Negro. While scorn the Garvey Movement with and not hurt you, th better It
will be for all concerned.
there are many who agree iwth its nationalistic aims
shown practically Remember, friends, we can
his teachings and his approachto They ave
solving the Negro's problem In no Interest In the Negro revival -
this nation, there are Just as They want to forget the Negrp'f
many who are afraid of a man past, and they have attempted tc
whose vision and wisdom would conform to the behavior and For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call I

dare to challenge the concept thai values of the white community in
h Arc 'is evil and inferior. His the ,most minute detail.
policies and his teaching !be
"Because they want to gain BONDED' COLLECTION
summed up in Just two words:
Black Man. the acceptance of whites, they
have failed to !play the role of a
Despite what some people are responsible leadership In the Ne-i
writing and saying about the gro community, and are suffering -
kind of leadership Elijah Muham- from nothingness. i "
mad Is 'providing, he is very Mr. Muhammad, who Is aware AGENCY Inc. J
aware of the hopes and aspirations of this "nothingness" in Negro
of his people having lived America, but still not despairing, ,
and suffered the same frustrations claims he has a "Bhioprint, For j
experienced by the The Black Man's Future" which
masses of Negroes in America. will ,produce a "United Front of .
Scattered throughout the nation Black Men" in the nation.

In more than 30 cities, (Next ,week read Part II, Mr. "Subscribing fully to the old , !
Temples of Islam, where his con- Muhammad's Non-Violence Plan
Kreratlons meet to follow his For Elevationg! The Negro In BONDED MOTTOS"
teachings, receive "spiritual nour .
ishment" from his word, share America) ,
If I must live a better life:-others must ,.. F

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that the delegation consult 'with and that Negroes would be de-
Rev Wilson, pastor, 'will on have the Threaten SuitA ii, ',' the trustees: of,the hospital since prived of their rights."
Woman's Day program
control the operationof
second Sunday in November. group of Negro leaders at the\group hospital
lakeland, Fla., may file suit If
Willie Collier of 4636 SW 19th the; new multi-million dollar The $4,780,000 7-story tyilldina METROPOLITAN '
County street is improving nicely after General Hospital refuses to ad. was 'dedicated last Frlday( Patients -
spending two MemorialHospital .are to toe transferred from
NewsfBy for (first gree ,burns. mit The Negro Rev patients.John Jackson, pastor short the adtyaceot lime old hospital in a life) Insurance Co.
of the Institutional Baptist
Church along with N. C. Adder- Rev," Jackson stated that the LAlRQESTINSURANC'.
V* Men's Club ly. led\ a, delegation trustees'decision was to place THE -
Walter Bowe which presented their grievance Negro patients in the old struc- COMPANY IN THE WORLD
CHRISTMAS TREE SALES to the City Commission this .
week ture.Adderly said that this would b. now offer a completeline
Helps YOUth The City Attorney suggested ,"obvious racial discrimination,
The Southern Trumpeteers of of insurance
Miami will start a singing pro- MAKE DEPOSIT TODAY ..
gram at New Macedonia Baptist LIFE.
Church Saturday night, Nov. 7, Call OX 6-0231 2260 N.W. 62nd Street O HOSPITALIZATION
through the month of November e
Come one come all, and enjoy BUILDINGStore ,O INCOME PROTECTIONAll
good singing Rev. N. HI Phillips, 21/2 STORY CBS
pastor' \ Orange Blossom policies available on monthly
or office lit. floor And 3 apia now rented at "
Correction The: Men's Day Classic Housing $250 per month ''Please do not disturb tenants. basis

ver program Ranches at ,Central will end Baptist on die Car-,4th Committee Write or phone owner for appointment. S, A. BeyerRt. Phone Charles Vorisejc all
Sunday in November: Rev. E. J, Anyone having good clean 2 Box 1052 Naples, Fin. TU 8.140
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