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; : I 2 Miami NAACP Officials' Cited .Por tr : !':!


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WITNESSES I hurt from the close-mouthed The same group that conferred Those subpoenaed as witnesses to t fy 9t iaml
state leaders in the Negroes fight with City Manager Ira Willard I Include Rev. A. L. Lotwery of gas F uary, The or ties
BALK HEARINGSEND I for first classcittzenshl p). lastweek/ will meet 'with County Tampa, president of the NAACP is mP'elled to to r its
; A combination of NAACP state Manager O. W. Campbell Mon- conference; Mrs. Ruth Perry of ran tie m h list,' I
'- officers, Miami Branch officers, day morning to ask him to open Miami, state secretary-treasurer, but 1Ida ruling
The much publicized legislative race leaders and white liberals the county beaches and pools or and Mrs. Vernell P. Albury: s requir at itne must answer i
hearings to prove Communist Infiltration were -summoned to Tallahassee face A federal court suit former state treasurer. pertimt *q tions a n "d
into the Miami NAACP en ''Wednesday' to testify before True to its promise of sticking : The Rev. Theodore Gibson, Identify (for the committee suspected I
grounded to an abrupt end Thurs the .committee, on the alleged by its members, the national office I president of the Miami NAACP, Communists who are also
day morning !with nothing accomplished Communist Infiltration. of the NAACP sent two of G. E. Graves Jr., attorney for the members el the NAACP." ,
other than. ,wasting a i It is by no means accidentalthat its top legal eagles to aid Miami : Miami branch and the Rev. E. *
lot of people's' time and spending this inquiry was hurriedly attorney G. E. Graves with the T. Graham, a farmer\ president, The Rev. Lowery, Father GIbson -
I' .a lot of Jhe taxpayers money. called Just a few days after the legal assistance to all members also received subpoenas. and the Rev. Graham were .
Miami Rep. Cliff Herrell and Miami branch began an intensi- concerned. Robert Carter of New Other Miami witnesses were cited for contempt of court at
legislative 'committee counsel fied campaign to integrate Miami York and Frank Reeves of Arlington Sands, Mr. and Mrs. the hearing. They refused to answer ;
Mark Hawes ranted and raved and Dade county public recrea- Washington, D. C. were In the Richard Stiller and Abe Sorkin. questions asked by the com
but got nothing but their feelings tional facilities. capitol for the shortlived hearings.The Some of the witnesses refused mittee.

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TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLI8 'IJ
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37TH YEAR NO. 11 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, !NOVEMBER 7, 1959 PRICE ,10 Cents 16 PAGES



II ELKS GRAND DT. RULER VISITSThe I 8 White Boys Arrested





I .1L'i } f a [ For Negro- Youth's DeathCORINTH



MaE Charges I a Negro youth on a Halloween
were expected to be filed Thurs-I escai ade.
: day against eight teen-age white William Ray Prather, 15, was
boys who have confessed staying struck in the head by ,80 shotgun

_ pellets at close range (while re-
m turning from a Halloween party
TAYLOR Saturday night at the local Ne-
MRS. gro high' school. He died 24 hours

CITED BY B.-C. later in a hospital.
'His companion, Lavelle Powell
COLLEGE a 16-year-old boy, leaped behinda
tree to avoid the blast but was

.. hit in the car and 'was hospital
,' ized in a state of shock.
,I The white boys had been driving -
g
r !, ,.around/ town, in a pickup
truck "looking for trouble," 'police -
said, and descended on the Benjamin D. Hejdt has been
1 two boys in a Negro aoct on. awarded the of the 15 National
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The boys were picked up later Science Foundation Fellowships! ,
Elks Grand Daughter Lowe on a shopping tour of Lincoln cIaii for questioning. One broke down I for Undergraduate 'Research Participation I
Ruler, Nettie Carter Jackson, and Road: At 12 noon they were yesterday and Implicated the at Howard University
sister, Dt. L. Ixwe, personal secretary the luncheon guests of Dt. E. others Who also confessed. in the Department of Physics.
were the house guests of Espy Johnson at the Phyllis After the shooing white resi- He is the son of Mrs. Ellen
Dt. Mrytle Davis last week. There Wheatley School. She was intro- dents started a drive for funds Hcidt Wooten, English Instructor -
was nothing denied to make her duced to the faculty: Dade Stu- r for the murdered youth's mother, at Northwestern Senior High
visit to Miami a pleasure. dent Welfare workers and per- Mrs. Lottie Tatum, and family. School, Young Heldt Is a 1956
sonnel of the juvenile court. More than $150 has been receivedit graduate of Booker T. Washing-
They were met at the airportby Thursday Dts. Screen and Rivers was reported ten High School.
Dt. Ruler Marlon Muldrow and escorted their guest to Goulds
vice Dt. Ruler" Olivia Rogers. where they visited their relativesthe ..
Seen pinning corsages on the T.,Z. Rouxs and Mays High
honored guests. Also at the air School., She reported an enjoyablevisit .ff. >> Longshoreman Killed '
port were: Dt. Ruler Solomon, of In the Magic City., '
Atlas Temple and Dts. Screen Dt. Myrtle Davis will Join the I .
and Rivers. Grand Daughter Ruler In Tus- lit -
Friday morning Dt. Rivers took kegee, Ala., to- attend a confer- '" ,;: In 11th Street Gnnfioht
the Grand and her secretary Dt. ence. ,
Awards and Honors Com- 1i,
mittee of Bethune Cookman College -
Nathaniel Wright 36 oil 1940
cited Mr. Ora D. Taylor, MISS. JURY WINKS NW 103rd st., rd.,, was, killed
local real estate broker educa-
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4 White Students Told for Tuesday in a gun battle with a
church civic worker
tor; achieved and in education AT PARKER man who figured' as a witness ina
' having
shooting>> scrape the dead man
LYNCHING
having climbedthe
and recently for
Involved in.
was
To Enter 'Villa' School real estate ladder from bot- Popularville, Miss The The gunfight took place outside
tom to top In four years, withplans Pearl River County Grand Jury (Blount'a Bar on the corner of fr
fcr future expansion In her
adjourned Thursday without returning llth st.; and First ct. The victim
now career of real estate. indictment in the Mack engaged'in heated words with an-
Turned down when they asked area or enrolled in private The presentation was made at Charles Parker lynch case. other longshoreman, Frank
for transfer to all-Whlte ,schools, schools, according to school off the Ninth Honors and Awards The lynch case was not mentioned Smith, 47, of 6820 NW 7th ct.,
four white children: were backin cials. Convocation, held In Moore'sAuditorium In the jury' final reportto and both men went Into the
classes at Orchard Villa School Those who dropped out of the on Wednesday even- Circuit Judge Sefce Dale. That street to fight it out.
this, week. school when it was integratedwere ing at Bethune Cookman College. means there will be no state action Wright (got the jump on Smith
The racially Integrated school entitled to ft public hearingbut The address was delivered by against the killers of Parker and fired one shot into his groin
now has nine white and 453 colored they did not ask for one. Bishop Fred P. Corson, Methodist truck driver who was dragged and another into his shoulder. Ai
children. Principal Clara. Pearsall is reported Episcopal Church. The music from his jail cell and shot to Smith fell to the ground he drew
Three of the seven who were to have stated that the was rendered by the famous BetbuneCookman death lilt April 25 while awaitingtrial his gun and fired two shot into
refused reassignment by tho children of both races "are learning choir, under the on charges of raping a Wright. He died an hour later In
board, have removed from that in both directions. direction of Thong Demps. white woman. Jackson Memorial Hospital.
The beautiful array of catfs and The jury, in session since Mon- Smith is in serious condition.
gowns worn by guests and faculty day, returned 17 Indictments for Both men used .38 pistols .
member told the high type other crimes but apparently did due
Wright was to stand trial
. 3 Charged With MurderThree of educators who are guiding training the not call for evidence collected later this month for firing eight
educational
and ]
religious who have during the month-long FBI In- shots Oct. 18 on the city docks at
the trainees
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vestigation.The Alfred Ycumant. Smith
Perrine men were charged unfortunate man at Coral Reef availed themselves of the opportunities jury report said, "Our sole scheduled to testify at the trial.was 1
last weekend by Metro Homicide Drive and U. S. 1 end offered of the college. After the purpose: has been to seek justice SUSPECT KILLED'In
him a ride to his Florida City Honors Convocation, the guests I
detectives with the killingof based on properly submitted evi- another fatal shooting Tuesday
residence according to pollee re- were entertained at Faith Hall, .
a Bahamian laborer One ofthem dence. Miami Policeman ,Gerald J.
.' is awaiting trial on '. ports. where plcturerof the honoreeswere Duffe felled a fleeing burglary

charge of rape.., They took 'him to the DiGiogio Mrs.made.Taylor is the wife of Rev SAMMY ,DAVIS JR. suspect as he sprinted through
Packing. House instead, and Allen the rear yard at 2108 NW Third
1fe man Allen 18, alleged rapist U reported] to- have admitted W. 'E. Taylor, pastor of Gibbs TO WED BLONDETORONTO
; Fred Harris 27, and Celester shooting A dmey in the chest Chapel AME Church, North Miami St.The victim was not Immediately
She is. sales Sammy :
Brown, 19, admitted police said, with a .22 pistol after the three Beach. managerof Davt.1 identified.
Manor, a new resi- Jr., talented entertainer
that. they were implicated in the had scuffled with him. I Armstrong
murder and attempted;: robbery of dential subdivision of Richmond ft 10-day whirlwind'court.ahtrp
Charles J. Adderley 36 a farm A tip led to the questioning : Heights and oresldent of Tri- Thursday by announcing he night club recently and "endedup
worker from the Bahamas, whose end arrest of'' Allen, detective 'County Real E tte Brokers A-- 'would marry a pretty Toronto on cloud seven" It would be
body was found on Sept. 6 in a said, and Harris and Brown' were sociation which Includes Dad dancer. her first marriage and Davla 2nd.
field at Perrine.v ";, arrested by two members of Droward and Palm Beach counties Hcney-blonde Josh Stuart, 21, The wedding if supposed to como

Allen admitted picking up the Metro's Homicide( .. squad. ,, II ...,r-. ""0 -,4.... met ,Sammy, 33, Ina: Montreal off sometime after Christina




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THE MIAMI TIMES-The Peoples' Newspaper0

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 7, 1959 YOUR MORTGAGE

Richmond Heights FlashesBy

Elks ,Head PAYMENTSAre

Daughter By ORA D TALVOR Too High!

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Visits temples Here STUDENTS AT features and more for nothing You arc getting behind, you

down $345 closing, $11,500 need some extra cash now!
BETHUNE COLLEGE total cost. Only one mortgage,
low interest, pay out in 16,years. TAYLOR can get you lower
,
Mrs. Nettie Carter Jackson, Nelson Dupree the V-Tone Rec- While visiting the campus of Yes, in 16 years a home owner
Grand Daughter' Ruler IBPOEW ords star and the .Del-Knights: Belb ne-Cokman) College on last Come to our Model Hcme, corner payments cash now, and
visits, Greater Miami Temple 769, of United Artists Records, were Wednesday to receive a citation 151st, and' 107th ave.; near F a.
Wednesday, Oct.. 28 with Dt. Ruler among the entertainers wh: for achievement in business and Power and Light Station as you help make your paymentsfor
Marion Muldrow presiding pitched in and helped Kae wind human relations, where I was enter the Heiiihts: from Highway
after the usual, opening. The up his promotion at the Uptown.Woman's most pleasantly entertained, I had one. The string of bright flags you.
Grand Daughter Ruler properly the pleasure to meet many students -: will let you knew that you have!
regaled was graciously introduced from: Dade County. Among arrived. Your Scribe, sales manager Phone FR-9-1703
and presented to the Temple.She them were the daughters of the( ,, with a polite personnel will
was ,received by the daughters Day At Taylors! of Filmore Street and the greet you. Open daily and even- J. R. TAYLORLicensed
with a great ovation. The St. James AME Culvers of, Mays' High S hocl. Ings until nine.
Grand Daughter Ruler,"with her They each asked me to convey
Broker
sterling silver gavel, took over Church kindest regards to parents and Your humble Scribe apologizesfor Mortgage
the meeting the rest of the 'ses- firiends. These young[ people in- the weeks that ,passed with-
sion. Much valuable informationwas Sunday, Nov. 15 premises to bea s, ire me, not only because they out our Richmond Heights
given the Temple regardingthe ,big day at St. James AME were from our community, but Flashes. Many calls have come in
set-up and Temple procedure. Church. The two chairmen, Mrs. because they represent "The I for which we thank you heartily.
Many Dt. Rulers and Daughterscame Sarah MObley and Mrs. Susie HOpe of Our Future...Generation." We have been very busy with Open 12-5 Sunday
from far and near to pay Smith, together ,with the 52 cap- I Armstrong Manor Homes. Now
homage' to the First Lady of Elk- tains, and lay-women are in the HOUSE GUEST ( I that we are on our merry way I 1029 N.W. 55th St.

dam. There, was question: and final stages of preparation. From Mrs. Ruth Washington of Flint with that project with your help $495 Furnished
answer ,period and many seem- the activity, and enthusiasm Michigan is house guest at the I and that of many former studentsnew I
ingly unsuirmountalble: problems' shown, this promises to be a home of her ;friend, Mrs. Ruth and old friends and the Mi- $81.50 Monthly Buys
were solved. Visiting Deputy Dt. highlight in the history of St. Freeman of Jackscn Street. Mrs. ami Times press, we again assume -
Jessie Giles made a few remarks James. All efforts are geared to will remain in Miami our former weekly column. This newly decorated 2-
Washington
also visiting| Dt.: Rulers. m ,kinl this a fact. for an extended time. We had a We hope that you will continueto !bedroom home tropicallyset
The Grand commended Dt. Mrs. Marian' Shannon, whose send news of 'our beautiful
Ruler Muldrcw for her pleasant chat with her, and found in the rear of thia__ large...
program experience in African Methodism, Richmond Heights n- --- -
the hour much too short with this
and the duplex lot.
the
loyal support of gives her the background for a
daughters Vice Dt. most pleasing personality. We
especially profound message to women of
Ruler Oljvia] Rogers and Dt. Alto I the area when she speaks on the wish for her a most pleasant visit. TOOTHACHE JE 1-1235

Screen tor her on the spot trans- theme for the day: "Virtue, Wo-I ARMSTRONG MANOR FIRST
portation.' man's Fortress in Today's World. HOMES BUILDINGThe ices Pain DEVORY
Greater Miami, Liberty and Don't fail to mark the date on first' eleven homes of Wl/a you ore onds 1011 la uaad 111su0uate by
with
Atlas Temf.iles/ were hostesses for your calendar for an important Armstrong Manor onv Lincoln pale, you an thouunda INrdy
the refreshment hour in the engagement. We will be eX'ecting Boulevard near 117th ave. are on OAA JEL
club's Blue Room. Dt. Hester Rivers to see all of our friends and .well being built nor( Eleven, happy for tiro fart rallcf, ,Nfac.lust ORA EL Drive Carefully
Greater Miami, was the w'shers on that date. families will move In by Decem-
chairman. Our special thanks to You are always welcome at St. ber 15 fcr a "Merry Christmasand
Evalted Ruler Rivers and ;Bills :James AME Church. The Friendly a Happy New Year." I
Chas., Lowe, Ivcry Reed, Chapman -. Church. Your Scribe wishes to thank
McCoy and Brady who
the hundreds of friends who have' 11d
were on the spot withevery'
helped to make Armstrong Manora
courtesy extended for the comfort : -
of our guests. JOHNNY SEZ: reality today. We are planningto
build hundreds of these "Not''
The following committee Dts. Because of the tremendous I Better But Best Homes." We will! I _
Bertha Lewis, Alice: Dean variety of goods we
begin the
building
next section of You
Blanche Dean, Pinkie Lowe, HI. carry, the fine duality, the Armstrong Manor Hcmes in January I aAsjA
Rivers, E. Espy Johnson, Myrtle
crisp freshness the very 1960. We have
Davis, Edna Davis, Maude Glass many applications
low prices we charge, It Is already
waiting for these :
Sybul Boirgous, Spero Cdkine
no wonder that so many beautiful
modern
Bertha Perry, Corlee Daniels ,and thousands of people happily have three large bedrooms homes. They with I

Annie Thompson. The meetingwas patronize us. To .all of youa walk-in closets the width of the
closed' with
Fellowship by million thanks for making room '
; spacious living-dining
the Grand Daughter Ruler. us the leader In our field. room; built in oven and stove

\ Every day we get the finest (gas or electric); back porch can -terOX
merchandise from M, B., be 1.6821ff1
made into Florida
a Room
or
ANGRY KAEWILLIAMS the Gables' "the I.landl"Our other; beautiful design a home
prices start so: blouses that will! be '
TO SUE you happy to call '
6*, silk skirts dresses 10* I I your home. All of these modern
BIG MAYBELLE cotton or wool skirts dress
es 15* up ladles, Jackets 15< I
Philadelphia' Claiming a loss 2 for 25*, !ladles hats 15*
cf approximately $8,000 in box up slips and bras 25c up;
office money Philadelphia disc also' selection better dresses,
Jockey and theater show promo- men's ties 1*. dress pants
ter Kae "Loud Mouth" Williams 23* up, over 50,000 work CREDIT IS OJK. AFBAKER'S
had plenty to be loud about last pants, and shirts 49* each;
week when Big Maybelle, the 600 3 for $1.25, dress shirts 49*,
pound ,blues singer who head- name shirts 99*, latest style
lined his star-studded entertain- 3 button tingle breasted
ment ,package walked out before ..Ilk or wonted men's suits
the Uptown Theatre promotionwas .912.50 each records 10*, 15*
scheduled to close. album $1, dishes 5*, poo-
"iBIg Maybelle collected $1,000 ket novels 3 for 25! *-Loads store
fcr seven days at my Uptown of children's clothing ......
blues versus rock and roll show" thousands of other articlesat

Kae said "and I gave her a $200 low, low prices such as 'V-11'1 ;:'A>''*-'fy '* ' 'i ri' :' > t jc.-i'- '' >.' '.V.iCN'.y.V'v? -' ''
retainer when the show was held toppers, ladles suits, sport i, i3 s s f: : '
over for three extra days, sinceIt jackets, drapes, spreads :
was so successful the first blankets "beautiful an.
'week) She was to get a total of tlques. dishes and silver
$500 for the extra days. ware," radios phonographs
Due at the Uptown at, 2:20: p.m. mantle clocks, rollaway !
Friday afternoon' showtime beds with mattresses,, bi. NO MONEY I DOWN! I
was 3:05: ip.m. Big Maylbelle cycles, tricycles, Irons,
failed to put in an appearance.I lamps, chests chairs, army
When Kae checked at the Chesterfield clothing: Etc. Dealer wel.) -
(Hotel where she was come. Everybody Is welcome :
staying he learned that she had at Johnny Million take many rnonb S Cs
checked out early Friday morn Ires Wholesale Retail
Center, 5327 NW 36th
ing.Kae Ave.,
Immediately called the corner 54th 8t. NE 49275. olf |H Cl hmaypuiieiodA
local and national AGVA office Open 96 Mon. thru Sun
and the Associated Booking PAS Tops paid for your
Corp. In New York, and was told good used merchandise 1souib's
that Big Maybelle "knew on the OPEN ALL DAY' s s
9th of, October (the day Williams'
SAT. AND aUNt
show started she was due at the New Central . .
Bar In Newark iN oJ. on Friday.. .
Oct. '16. tThe disc jockeys lawyer, .- oldest
ec/if
<
r< department
Paul C. Astor, has filed a com

plaint with AGVA's national LOTS FOR SALE ,..........................................yI
office in New Yotk for monies .

given to Maytoelle as a retainer, Corner 150 x 120 I NAME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : 'Bttnttpr
and salary supposedly due her. '
Since the marquee of the Build on your lot ADDRESS . t.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .li J : . .
theater, newspaper advertising, or mine s
and 'posters all over the city advertised PHONE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : .
Big Maylbelle as the We take care of financing 1 I
chief attraction Kae Williams How Long la MiamiEMPLOYER . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . .::

was near forced the theater's to hire men cashier to boothto stand NO MONEY DOWN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .::

blues inform vocalist the customers would not that appearon the Cash paid for your lots or ADDRESS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ::

the show. "I had to do this" homeSEYMOUR Ust 2 Places'Where. You Hers Credit i J
he explained "to (preserve my BARON '
reputation and keep my recordcar s 1 si2
dependability, clear." JE 8.1340

Little Willie John, Pinkney . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

/(Roberts of the local (Newest Licensed and Insured Builder ...w. ..........a.r.......... s 1
Club's Booty! Green" fwm*,

Odessa Griffin the blues ringer .
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THE MIAMI TIMES' 'The
Peoples Newspaper"SATURDAY
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t Sports ,andScholastic place to 7th place" behind Jones, I ,
B. T, Washington: and Maya who I 1
ChatterBy are all tied for 6th place In the I i
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i h' ,rt E. H. McLIN conference standings.
Howard Blake of Tampa, cur
FOOTBALL SCORES: rent ]leaders of the conference
Northwestern 19, North Dade 6 toppled Roosevelt Hlijh of West
; Rochelle 25; Plnollas 19 Palm Beach 32-0 to keep their .
t Dillard 33; Attuckt 0 slate coean: Two weeks ago How- I
t Howard Blake 32 Roosevelt 6 I
; ard defeated Attucks 330. Last .
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Mays 60; Richardson 0 week Dillard defeated Attucks
Middleton 14; Glbb 7 33-0. This week Howard and Dil-

___ lard will meet at Ft. LauderdaleIn
Dillard High Schocl of Fort the game that will ,probably I
Lauderdale, last year's Big "9" :make or break the Yellow Jac-
South Florida Conference champions kets' aspirations for top honorsin
have had a rough time the conference come the last y
,
breaking' into the win column ct this month. -
this season up until last week
They had /played a total of five Where they play Nov 5:

Shown above are a majority of the ed into one of the nation's premier ath- games before last week. Their Jones High at Northwestern .
standings were, no wins, 2 lost, November 6: .
members of the 1959 Orange Blossom letic events Again Florida Governor Le- and 3 tied for a percentage of PlnellM High at Glbbs
Classic Committee. The famed Orange 300. However this past week the Union Academy at Palmetto
Blossom Classic, sponsored annually by Roy Collins has accepted the honorary Panthers clawed their way into Rochelle High at Lake Wales

Florida A and M University, has develop- chairmanship of the interracial committee. the win way column as they in a downed very Impressive the- November Howard Blake 7: at Dillard

Attucks High team 33-0. This Carver at B. T.. Washington

I Hurricanes Face win pushed them up from 11th Mays at Attuckt .' I

Gov. Collins Heads O.B. Tar Heels FridayCoral CONFERENCE ALL GAMES

Gables University of W L T Pet. W L T Pet. '
Miami's football forces will be up Howard Blake 5 0 0 1.000 8 0 0 1.000 I
Classic CommitteeTallahassee against a team far stronger on Northwestern 4 1 1 .7&0 4 1 2 .714
offense than the Kentucky Wildcats Middleton 3 1 2 .750 4 1 2 .714
"were last week when the Roosevelt 2 1 0 .881 4 1 0 .800
Hurricanes meet Carevr S 2 0 .800 ,4 2 0 .661
bLj Universityof
Florida's Gov- COMMITTEE ON North Carolina Friday night in BT Washington. 1 1 1 .500 3 1 1 .701 I
ernor LeRoy Collins has again the Orange Bowl Jones 2 2 0 .&00 4 2 0 .867 )
accepted the honorary chairmanship HOUSING FOR This wcrd comes from Tom Maya 2 2 0 .&00 4 2 0 .U7
of the Orange Blossom Classic Dillard 1 2 2 .400 1 2 3 .417
O'Bo'yle(' line coach of the Hurricanes
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O. B. CLASSIC 3 3 0 ..600Attucke
and Festival Committee. North Dade 1 3 0 .2&0
who has been scoutingthe 1 3 0 .250 12 4 0 ...333Gibbs
Appointment of an Orange Tar Heels this
acceptance year. .1 IS 0 .167
Governor Collins' 0 IS 0 .000
Blossom Classic sub-committee on What, North Carolina .
was disclosed by Dr. George W. is capable Blanche Ely 0 IS 0.000 1 5 0 .161'
housing, has been announced by of
well
doing may be shown i*
Gore Jr. of FloridaA
president
and M and Committee Florida A&M University President !- games that the Tar Heels (played]
University -
chairman who George W. Gore Jr., chair with South Carolina, one of the
also announced -
the composition of the Interracial man 'of the Orange Blossom Clas- ranking' teams of the nation, and
sic and Festival Committee.
committee.The Clemson] North Carolina gave
Florida A&M annually sponsorsthe South Carolina a good beating, RADIO DISPATCHED i
1959 Orange Blossom Clas- Classic and Festival, which 19 to 6, and the Tar Heels play-
sic game will be played on Sat- has grown into one of the nation'stoo ed a thrilling 18 to 20 game withB'l
urday night, December 5 in MI- athletic attractions. The 27th ( Bound Clemson, another of Magic City Cabs
annual classic the event Is affectionately
ami's mammoth Orange Bowl as the nation' powerhouse elevens.
.. Stadium. Florida A and M is always 'known will be held In pre-season ratings, North
the host in the game and the weekend of December 4-5 Carolina, 'was ranked No. 3 in the 24-HOUR SERVICEALSO
traditionally meets a team witha with the football game being United States.
similar outstanding gridiron scheduled for Saturday night The Tar Heels have a full SERVING LIBERTY CITY, BROWN SUB AND
record at the end of the season Stadium December' 5 in the Orange Bowl fledge All-American in Al Goldstein COCONUT GROVE AREAS
TheClassIc" as the event is
familiarly know, actually will Oharles C. North owner of theNorth's ,end.reports Hte's a Coach great pass O'Boyle.receiver Phones: FR 3-0539 and FR 3-7004
Travel Bureau. 1104 NW
get underway Friday Dec. 4
on
The UM
coach also
reports that
3rd ave, is chairman of the housing -
with some of the traditional features
sub-committee which is composed North Carolina has many other 314 N.W.16th Terrace Miami, Fla.
moving into focus.
of acme of the city's most talented pass receivers. John I
Other members of the 1959 oronrinent citizens who are members Schroeder, end, is one of them,
OBC Comittee Include Mayor : of the committee. while most of the halfbacks and a

.-.- Robert King High of Miami: William Other members include Dr. Ira fulbaoks are pass receivers. > "o'1t' ...:
"Bill" Bas, editor Miami P Davis dentist; Garth C. : ; '
News: Jack Bell columnist, MIami Reeves, managing: editor, Miami MAYS' BACKS S '
Herald: Karl Bishopric, president Thr.s; Samuel C Blshoprlc-Green-Flelden Northwestern High School: Cha RUN WILDMays ,

Inc.; Luther L. Brooks, president, Hadlev. Dade Cointr Health De- High of Goulds broke E _
Bonded Collection Agency; Everett Dartrnent and Charles Lockhart, their backs loose for long gags 1
Butler guidance counselor, community relations director, lost night and came up with a 'V .
Tv revTr.. H'"h ;School: Julian Bonded Collection Agency M-0 victory over Richardson Hi! ,
a
Pole Venn-Cole-Assoclates; D. Out-of-town ioersons who de- ojt Lake City In the Rams' homecoming -
C. ColUnrtrn, director, Informs tre' hwsintf in Miami and Miami at Homestead.
tfon Service', Fla. A and M: Beach hotels, and private housing Cecil Young got away' for 83,
Frank Buchn. State Board of and who have been unsuc- 76 and 62 yards for touchdownsand
Control, Tallahassee: Samuel r*" ctul In obtaining homing to caught a 27-yard pass for .':1
Cohen, .p 1nc'nal Northwestern ,hate should contact ChairmanVorih another. Furman Gatewood raced try. .
Hlh! r School: : Dr. Nathaniel' C ljrton w'* telephone number is 39 and 32 yards to score and Bob ...
ohvtMan' ; George W. Con- FR 96779. Cunningham went 33 for another .
olv. executive serretarr. General touchdown. The other was a 'a.
TICKETS ON SALE
Alumni A"ociatlon: Dr. Ira ,P. four-yard plunge by Frank Wood
Tavs.' rfenM;" : John H. Davis Ticket for the Classic are now I 55 55t
mvnT The Davis Printerr; David on sale "t the following locations: ave.! Mary Elizabeth Hotel, 642 4/-i/
H. n"hhs' assistant 'director.! Vocational North Travel Bureau: Community NOW 2nd ave; and Grand Drugs,
education. Dade County: Drug Store, 6750 NW 15thLOANS 3640 Grand Ave. Reserve seats
rvwni.*. t> FnvfPr d'rv'ctor of
are $2.00 and $3.00. I
mu ic. Florida A and M: A. S.
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w: ,v Kdwarrt, T. Graham, pastor, : J. B. SMITH

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Charles Hadley, Dade County '
Health) Department: Dr. GodfreyW. 1 i
Hawkins dentist: W. C. Her- M. GOLDSTEIN Electrical Contractor
rell. representative. Florida] State (
Legislature; Charles C. North, HOUSEWIRING"Don't .
owner, North's Travel Bureau, Chattel and Real EatateMORTGAGES "
,. J. R. E. Lee Jr.. 'vfc president CUM Call u. ... .'
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1959 RELOCATING THE POOR.. ,,.... '

The time is drawing near' for beginning the building

m of the North-South Exprcs way. This project, as is well

known, will work hardships not only upon active people
who must give up their homes, most of them at a sacrifice
but upon some senior citizens who are not able to do very

much for themselves. These people must be re-located. Q1i1M'
It is the 'responsibility of the Housing Authority. As ,9rs
Office at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami, Florida-Phone FR 3.2236
Plant at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 far as we know little has been done for relocation by the

authorities., ., >
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: The matter has been brought before them by the
ONE YEAR $2.75'THREE
$4.W SIX MONTHS MONTHS $1.70
Citizens Housing and Planning Council of Dade County,
; H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor The Greater Miami Urban League and others. ,
f Garth C. Reeves, Managing Editor and BtufneM Manager another attempt
with
Council Lw4V
,- -.. Now comes the Planning :
-- ,On November 6 this group will start a surveY' of
Entered a* Second Clans Matter, August 0, 1027 at the Post Office displaced Women of both races will work In
.
at Miami Florida,under the net of March 8, 1870 persons.
\- pairs. On Nov.11 a meeting will be held .at the home of
TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLIS Mrs Miriam Frank, 449 Miller Road. r
"The Time Are Changed And We Are Changed. With Them" For further information read the story on page 7 of 7

this week's Miami Times. -
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKYe Club women and other civic workers should be inter- Mrs. Geraldine Ashe-Allen will!
be presented in recital at Mt
ested in this project.
'
Editor spent met weekend in Nassau, Bahamas, I Olivette Baptist Church, 1450(
leaving with Charles North of the North Travel Bureauon An appeal is made to our clergymen to call their i icongregation's NW 1st court, Monday, Nov 9.
attention to this matter. at 8:15 pm. The affair is being
Friday afternoon and returning on Monday morning. sponsored by the Training Union
lot of housingbut
Private' enterprise has provided quite a
The trip was made on the cruise ship Florida; she Department cif the church and
what is needed is low cost housing with suitable facilities promises to be a musical treat.
makes two of such trips weekly.To .
say the trip was enjoyable hardly does it justice. I for poor people. Mrs Allen has been presented I i

The weather was good, food delicious and service in recital by Unique Chapter I
METRO WINS OES and the Deborah Matrons'I
very good. Club. She is a graduate of Sunlight I
There's entertainment too, music, dancing, etc. We Tuesday's election proved that the people of Dade School and was+ crowned ''I
also }had: a Hallowe'en party and floor show on Friday County want the Metro government as it is set up. They "Miss Sunlight" of 1953.'

night, No discrimination whatsoever is practiced on the voted against reducing the number of commissioners from She is a member of St James
boat. eleven. AME Church

Arriving in Nassau, our first visit 'was to the Chamber They also voted against electing the sheriff and tax
of Commerce, then to the Acting Chief Justice Kendal assessor and they voted against the re-apportionment Personal MentionMrs.

Isaacs, and Acting Attorney General, Maxwell Thomp- amendment, so Dade County gets no more representatives.The Corean V. Roberts, well
son's office. voters did approve the 10-mill tax levy for our known Miamian of 1518 NW 5th

On Bay Street we ran right into our niece, Mrs. Ken- schools. This means an additional $17,600,000 that the week court,from returned a three to week Miami vacation last

neth Rodgers and several other acquaintances. One wasa school board could use. trip. On her trip Mrs. Roberts

classmate of mine, James Sinclair. We dropped in at While those favoring the amendments are disappointed visited Jacksonville, Tampa and
Black's Candy Kitchen for cold drinks and talked about ; County Manager 0. W. Campbell is happy that several a cities very pleasant In Georgia.. trip.She reports -

old ,days' etc. We remembered that in 1897 in celebrating there's been no interference with Metro. He still controls

Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, both of us appearedon everything.The .

the program, dedicating the new Bahamas Infirmary.It vote was light, just about 26 percent of the more ,TIGER IS
was a program in which all the schools participated.We than 300,000 voters went to the polls.

represented. the Victoria School James and I are COMINGA.&S.

practically the same age. -... I
I North was busy with visiting hotels and other busi- JUST BROWSIN'By I- tTi _

ness places. However, we fouhd time to do some shopping.We .
PAUL R. HENRY

were at the Mayfair' hotel on Saturday and Sun- -- -
day. This is a good hotel located Street TOYLAND
on Bay east of No, the city of Miami will not
the Dolphin hotel. In addition to the swimming pool, you go broke refunding traffic fines .
cross the street and go swimming in the pretty blue watersof cif $3,000,000 to 190,000 people.
which Nassau proudly boasts. Florida Supreme Court ruled on
Wednesday that the fines leviedin 40 N.W. FIRST STREET
Our time is short, but we go south to the .Roland the city courts since March 1,
Donathans and our sister-in-law, Mrs. Gertrude Haven 1958 are valid (DOWNTOWN)
and family. .
Jude Robert Anderson had
The new "Food Fair," owned by he Donathans is a ruled that the City of Miami was
fine two-story building. They live on the second floor. obligated to refund $1,175,000plus XMAS TOYS
On the first is court costs assessed against
a good supply of groceries, meats and some 240,000 defendants who
drugs. Donathan is a plumbing contractor and displays had forfeited bonds or appearedin
samples of goods. He represents a MIami firm. city court and were convicted
Saturday afternoon Max Thompson took I of traffic offenses. .
us on a The State Supreme.Court says ON SALE
sight-seeing tour of the western part of the island. Thereare NO .

many buildings ,completed and some being built.
SPORTSWISE: Ernie Banks of
The. Sarol Island Development on the south part of the Chicago Cubs has done it
Nassau is really worthwhile seeing. again. Banks for the second suc-
We cessive time was this week nam- BUY NOW
stopped Max's
by tract
seven-acre ; apart from ed the most valuable player of
his home, he is building five ,cottages.His the year. Ernie committed only
property is a mass of fruit trees.A 12 errors in 155 games. lie led
good ,night's rest, and now it's Sunday morning. the majors in runs batted in with \, ....
143. HIe finished 'second to Eddie
We fill a breakfast engagement at the Albert Fountains: Matthews of the Braves in the
:Margot fish, boiled Nassau style, was'the main dish( de- home run race with 45 and hit LAY-AWAYS HELD FOR $1.00t
licious) We figure the cook was Mrs. Olga Isaacs Bethel, .304 Hank Aaron and Wally
Moon of the Braves got the other
sister
of Mrs. Fountain.
first FREE XMAS DECORATIONS
:dace votes cast by the
The Fountains are comfortably located in their new Baseball Writers Association of '{ if .
home on Dunmore Street. America in the eight National

We call on our nephew and cousin, Coleridge Reeves, League Only cities.three other

son of Cleveland Reeves, who is now touring Europe. League players have won National the ,
award more than once: Carl Hub-i
It's church time. We go to our boyhood church- St. bel, N. Y. Giants in 1933-36; Stan I GEtTlNG THE JOB i DONE
Musial), St Louis
Matthew. It's "All Saints" Cardinals, 1943,
The services
f Day, are well at- 46-45 and Roy Campanella of the
ended, music thrilling and ,an interesting sermon by Dodgers in 1951-53-56.
Canon Addington Johnson.

Met another niece, Cynthia ,Davis and. her son, also to There's an action in the courts
old friends. prevent the City of Miami from
many awarding/ concession) contracts at
\. This day was a grand one at the Cathedral where the the Miami Stadium to one or two
17th anniversary of the Rt Rev. Spencer Burton, Bishop bidders
The
.of the Diocese, was being observed. Brothers Florida, Sports Service, Jacobs p
owners, claim they
We visit the cemetery where our parents and other have a 20-year lease with the f
members of,the family are interred Miami baseball club sold by Sid
Coleridge joins and board Salmon to George B. Storer in t
us we 'a boat for Paradise 1956
MIAMI CITY COMMISSIONEH
Beach. .It's raining, but we make the trip anyway. On nigh at the Miami
There Js a lull and in w6 go swimming and enjoying Beach Auditorium welterweight GROUP 3 Es
the slight rainfall. It was stimulating and refreshing. Gomeo Brennan of Bimini won a

Now we must get back to our ship; however, we find unanimous his opponent 10-round veteran decisionover
she is not, at the docks but had to move out before the Martinez of Phoenix, Ariz Jimmy It was s
tide got too l low. So we sat around the waiting room for Brennan's 36th victory with 18 j
an hour before the tender returned and took us aboard._ defeats.
..Again, it's au revoir Nassau! - n -,-- Who represents all the People of, Miami

A pleasant return ,voyage and son Garth was at the I TIGER ISCOMING I Not
dock to meet us. just one, \group or anther
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I SATURDAY PAGE 5 I
Around
Miami Look} Look I

Wouldn't you love to live in a I

By',,' DAVE (Mr. twine) BONDU neighborhood clean, quiet where surrounding there We a "i 8' 1 TY t;

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-- NNNNNM.N- ---NMNN..NN .N
not many tenants to nag or dis- esdt.i.. t,. heAta.
turb you. Rev. S. H. Bowles hasa
SO BE IT. We lost the rightto
modern clean 2-/bedroom/
elect our Sheriff, and even I apt. 22nd Ave. '& 69th St.FRIDAY
at $18.00 week. 1851 NW 1st ct. OX 1.7959 N.W. .
.
lost will note
though we ,, you
-----'- The Rev. lives on the premisesor ,
that the 5th AmendmentWaS'( carried .
by the Negro vote. Mr. Kel- we are all tired of paying $1.10 call FR 7-6484.
ly had the support of the entire (for ham, eggs, coffee and toastwith any Company or organization ,e
Negro district if all of us French fries or grits. Thisis ,
even needs; a good .public; relationsman. SATURDAY
true in most of our restaurant -
didn't vote. One thing for sure, .
the Negro,*.is' beginning to wake /but on, the other side It Is 49c.We'U This is it. Until next week I
and dairtmlt it is about time see We ate also hoping
up Live life, every golden minute of
that the service will be good. It'sa
lit Mr. Kelly should kse his job I It. Peace.'
,(God fotbid' ) and a new man goldarn shame when a no- : I
takes over, it is just 'possible' we smiling, no-talking "waitress walksup
will catch hell. The only man 1 to your table and sez "Whatdo
take the Public you want?" Instead of "Good
know who could
Safety Director's 'post and !be a morning,. may*I help you?" NeedI WALT DISNEY3 .
A. He say more?' S
g.od man is T. Buchanan.

tives.is now The chief next of time the,Metro If there detec-is a SINCE CHARLES LOCKHARThas 4 ayO'6llbW1 :

net time, we vote on a matter been appointed director of
that Is concern. I'll bet ycu public relations at Bonded Collec- '
your tion Agency, *
know what
get LIcif your you ( r i iC
thqusands of tenants are ipretty
and VOTE.: It's the same old
story where everybody wants to much pleased Mr Brocks, presi- sc
dent of Bonded, sez that Char I
but wants
to Heaven nobody
go i
lie has a free hand and he dees) ..
to die.
this organization! a world of I good, I II iS i-
SECRETARY of the Week: Mil- He has brought the tenants and
icent Wilson . Policeman of ,collectors: much closer. That is all I

the Week: Sgt !Bowen . Pret- -
-r .Fi
ty Boy of the Week: Stanley ...

Sweeting. TIGER Insect Spray S, ALBtI1 WIP.m. ( MIJIRO', SED tOE..r 00 I
CLARENCE EDWARDS of .tlMl Mgr X11 tWOA aull2lllU
the I hr rts>'a{41Up01."It UIHI 0d0 tq0r
Richmond Hfeiights sez that DISTRIBUTED BY 0( ..11..nr.- /MMINr
Negro people of that area should
stop letting the Management of American
the Dixie Drive Inn,Theatre mistreat a. i. PLUS -
them. With no Sepia theatre HomeNeceaaities\ a

goers, it could really pinch their MURRAY & McCLOUD, Owner*' CLYDE KILLENS
pocket until they learn to treat
people as people. 2243 N.W. 62nd St. Proudly presents hit oaten r zAwucrrs ,

ladies Phone OX 1.7755 ONCE A MONTH ISL4ND'"iwsSUNA
HOW ABOUT you playinga BIG SHOW !
little golf? I only (know of five Proudly Presents couon w a U *
women that !will visit our courses. Thurs. Nov ON4ASc0PE
12
Ann Lindsey, Margaret Brawn, "Mrs. Nice ---
Vera Williams, Christine Jenkinsand
any swing half, Mayme. Thereis Of The Week" I II FIESTA CLUB
one other lady, and we still do
net. know who she Is. The one Title of next show !
who went to Granada with her 'Wedding in Goose Hollow'
husband. This is, however an SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY i
. improvement over last year, when Amateur Show
you could' hardly see three. James Every TuesdayS
Hilton head of the Miami Springs I ,
course, sez that more of our girls Triple Crown iIUDRE (
should take up 40If. And as for TALENTSHOWEvery
ytu' pros:) ; try to get your wife or Thur.dayFloor '
girl friend to go out. Teach them '.
the game. Show EveryFri.
rrL -FRED
,
4 Sat. Sun.
DON'T BE CAUGHT with your t '
candidates downl! If you have Music by
anyone in mind that you would DIZZY JONES
like to see act as our Unofficial And His Orchestra
Negro Mayor, please send in their Bobby Marshall, M.C.
names. Charles Hadley, who now
holds the Honorary Post, has announced -
TIGER IS
that he will run for re-
election. The voting start Nov. 27 COMINGMBBBBCBBBOMMMBMBBBBi .
and will run for eight weeks. Send
the name of your candidate on a J" "' ,
post card to me, care of the MIami .! : 1,1t' 4 Air Conditioned
Times_, 6740 NW 15th .ave. I CAPITOLTHEATRE 1 "

AL BELLAMY, Sir John Restaurant MRS. MARION STATEN
operator, has been (given Wife of James (Count Sickle)
the gate. The restaurant, a very Staten' and mother of two sons, SAT. MIDNITE I4
popular spot for the late crowd Andre and Aubray. Mrs. Staten Sun., Mon., Tuet., Wed. _
and the show people in our area was chosen "Mr: Nice of the ETURN"f
Nov. 8 9.10.11Jeff
will re-cpen socn under the direction Week" because she is nice. She -
of a :fellow who was formerly has been using cur product for a Chandler In
'with the Howard Johnson period of two years. On Sunday 'The Jayhawkers'Plus
cutfit. I hope that they will have nite, Nov. 8 the American Home I
good food, a large-Variety of food Necessities, the distributor of ,
and \t-rices that us poor folk can Tiger Insect Spray will honor I "Let's Rock"
afford to pay. I will let you Mrs. Staten with a party! at the Roy Hamilton fs & !
know You know' I will. I think Club Royale.SOOTIN'STV.

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MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper" CORE To Sponsor Collegians MeetThe For The Highest in

I' held Its COSMETICSCall
Club
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1959 Night of Stars regular Collegian meeting on Oct 28 at YUkon 3.5681

The Miami Committee on Ra- Gecrgette's Tea Room. The meet
cial Equality (CORE) will sponsor ing was enjoyed by all in atten ."SANDS"*
a gigantic Night of Stars on dance. The next regular meeting Also
Monday, Nov. 9 at the Mary will be held at the home of Miami Times Newspaper
Elizabeth Fiesta Room. I Charles D. Wyche Jr.
Some of those promising to appear ---
are Alex. Stephens, Myrtle
Jones, Duke Jenkins, Wally
Futch, Prensaunta Yogi Cartez,
Maxine Norris, Delores Wright
Lcis Davis, Regina (Shake Dancer -.
'pacrar o ,Q ) George Douglas, the great
comedian Papa Turner and his _
revue, and many others. ,
WITH CLASSIC TIME 0 n I 'I Joseph' W. Thompson, James Do ycu want to have: freedom,
three weeks away, most every- Johnson Jr., Carol B. Daniels, your rights, as an American citizen
one is (busy planning or looking Harry Rolle, Lillian K. Smith; 11, to go where you wish, eat
forward to December 5. Most Margaret Cruz Dorothy J. Aus- where you want to, attend the
college of the nation aspire to born, John, Callaway; 12, A. L. church or movie of your choice, ,
play In the Orange Blossom Clas- Hart; 13, Cynthia Cruz, Willie M. the ,privilege of getting the job ;'t+t
sic here. This proves one thing, Colson, Julia W. Evans. ycu are capable of holding, your m c. &2 Jr
that today's classic Is not Just another children to have the best educa- yv-***""" m
football game. TO Miami- DAVID BURNS returned, from tk n possible! -' FREE
ans and Floridians It's biggw the Bronner Brothers Clinic ((2: Come and join' this gigantic : DELIVERY DRUG
than the holidays. To football days) in Atlanta (home of the I fight for freedom. 8TW"r"
fans, it's the game of champions. peaches and pretties) "reports In Our goal is at least 1,000 mem- -"
You'll be surprise to know the behalf of King Cole products a bers lor 1960. Alice J. Barr, C.M.Jolliv.tt.Sr. Prop.JAMES.
followers of "classic," who are successful\ clinic He's in W est Clifford "Baby" Combs and Miss
band lovers. So often It has been Palm Beach: planning a stella Blanche Calloway are headingthe
said "I Just can't miss that halftime hair style and fashion show, Nov. committee in charge" t I
band shoW'." I must agree 1.7 . Verllne Richardson was I
with themfl the show is always so thrilled at Fla. Classic and Jayhawkers Tale
good. FAMU's homecoming (her bet-
Fifty Miami Beach hotels are terhalf is a big Rattler) in Tallahassee FilmedThe
open to you .and yours for the she spend two extra days. story of that Infamous 5 & lOc STORENOW
classic week. Rates are low. Someen She's home now waiting the Kansas band of outlaw that almost -
the Beach are. for $5 a day Classic . John English (a former changed the course of his "Sir Save a Lot" Store-NOW!
and up. That's not bad comparedto member of the Miami Police tory the Jayhawkers Is told
what some have paid during Dapt.) returned, to these parts.He's ..I in Paraiwcunt's excitment-charg- 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 39481HALLOWE'EN
previous' attractions. his .
operating stepfather'sbeer I ed production, "The Jayhawkers"which
Three bands will be .featured and wine palace in Carver arrives Sunday at the
at the Official Orange Blossom Ranches. I head
with cast
Dance at the PaLms in Hallan- Capitol Theatre, topflight a stars Costumes... 97* to 2.49 ei. Masks ................ 1* to 29qNoisemakers
dale Saturday, Dec. 5. There will YOU CAN'T charge, can't ed by Chandler a 'trio of Fess Parker and- ........ U to 10* Lanterns, ea........_...?..... 5*
you Jeff
be six hours of continuous enter give it away and it's-hard to beat Nicole Maurey, and co-srtar, Henry Horns ................ 5* to 10+ Indian Headdress" M_.... 6*
tainment. The famed FAMU Collegians -that show at Baked' Famous Silva s
:
Cootie Williams Band, Corner is tops Frank Lagree is CHRISTMAS LAY-AWAY, NOW!

plus King/ Coleman of WMBM. emceeing. The attraction, a top Pony Tall Dolls 1.98 to 6.98 Drums ..._........... 38* to 3.98
rated band, a cat from the Coast A BEAUTIFUL Doll House with Nurse or Dr. Set ........ 1.00
STUDIO TWODEDICATED that travel with modern jokes One Bedroom Furniture .................... 5.00 Pianos ........... 1.00.to 15.00
and a shake you can't keep still Wagons ........... 39* to 2.98 Tea Sets ........... 48* to 3.93
TO furtheringthe I or clad. Corner Apt. Stove or Sink ............ 1.98 Embroidery Set ............ 97*
highest ideals, and creatinga Sewing Machine ........ 3050 Horses ............ 29* to 3.88
greater love and understandingof I 54TH STREET'S Grand Way I.I I.! Top ............... 68* to 2.98 Gun and Holster
the seven lively arts, Phyllis I certainly going all out to please Newly Decorated Guns, only........... 88* up Sets ........................ 1.98 up
Satz, art director, invite you and its patrons in the surroundingarea. Is Available in
your art, Curt Harmon Trio and The big store is carrying FREE Pay Your Electric Bills Here FREE
Modern Jazz Styling. The Harmon specials the favorite delicacies
on Atlantic
Manor32nd Simplicity Patterns, Materials and Money Orders Sold Every
manner made last Sunday'spresentation for the Southern housewife. Not
at 4, in the new establishment only this Grand Way Store has Ave. and Day-7:45: a.m. to 7 p.m. Mon. thru Fri. 8 a.m. to 9 p.m: to
of Sir John Hotel an unbeatable prices, also their other 9 p.m. Saturday (Closed Sundays)
outstanding affair. Former Judge stores scattered over the Mi- 42nd St.
Henry Balaban's /wife was special ami area. The 54th si store hasa
guest artist, and she was just money tree guess box with real
that. Her rendition 'cif "I Be .money. Take a gander at this
lieve"! was as said, "the highestof week's .special in this issue of. the '
artistry." See you at Studio Times. You can't top ,them. :

Two.} For The Finest Apartments Moderate Rates-Call !

THE BEATNIKCLUB birth RUPTURE-EASER;
day party honoring L. P. Smith, W.s.vs.r..oat (.11.M .rive, !
Sunday at the Fiesta Club was BONDED
great. Among the well-wishers CD'AMeM W COLLECTION
were John B. Merchant, Ira Bar
ber, Lassie Williams, L. Perry, '; N DMWe.S.tI
Tommie Lee Nelson, J, Lewis
Bulkck, Magjle M. Israel, Den $495Ar
nis Gray and Vera Kndwles. ss r .
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Wells, Barbara Davis, W. HARLEM DRUG CO. k
Dorsett; 10, Johnnie Mae Allen, 1400. N.W. 3rd Ave.. Miami, Fla. ji
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MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

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REPAIRS 1019 N.W. 6th 8T.

: 3461 GRAND AVE. ...-......-... HI 4.2447 Ft. Lauderdale ,.............,. JA 4.3387

4240 N.W. 27th AVE. '...._... NE 5.84M 339 HAM MONDVILLI RD.

ALL WORK GUARANTEED 1675 N.W. 62nd St. OX 1.4423 Pompano. '..-.-.........._... WE 1.1215

1732S HOMESTEAD 14460 N.W. 22nd AVE. .
American! P.Hollo T3t Corp AVE. Opa Looks MU 80617

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2300 N.W. 62ndStreet Ox'6.Q919t MAIN OFFICE _

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North-South NOVEMBER 7, 1959 PAGE 7

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SAYS HE. . v,

To Hurt Many PUN PHUN Shiver Represents t -

U111. II, OSSOhKU

All The PeopleOtis x

Need 'For 'Relocation' for volunteers to help, with the ,.- - dcctors and law-
the
survey. past, Shiver, Miami city commissioner ,
This is a wonderful opportunityfor Banquet have been the targets of my now running for reelection -

Survey CriticalThe women 'who have the leisure If not funny, word has asked voter supporton
By Sunlight are next on the lilt the' basis of "proven fairness
time possibly a half day or a all the of
budlding of the North- In representing people
day a week for the three weeks cunning punning. ,
South Expressway and the 36th On Monday Miami: not Just one group or an-
to make extremely valu- shoe-
an all business men, "
St. Interchange will affect the able contribution to the community beautiful Parish other.
have customers who
lives of every resident of Dade Those interested can either jcyab. evening low heels to durable Shiver last summer obtained
.from
Cwunty will continue, but It to has bring brought panic and and tele,home, Mrs. Virick, at MO laigo' number. of Their products, though si- city approval of equalizing the
1-2136 to indicate their willingness of 'tongue "squeak" for of Negro with White municipal -
consternation to the people who Sunlight family, wages
to serve, or they can ccme 23rd anniversary' As you knew, a suc employees.\ Unequal pay
liVe in its pathway and who will
to the meeting on Nov. 6 at 9:30: school Mr. shoemaker starts at tht rates for the same work had beena
be forced these
to Among
people are home move. owners and), a.m. There will be another trainIng toa&* master, a and stays there. Many crying injustice for years before -
so!sicn' for women who work,
started action.
ity with so much shoemakers on Shiver's
renters and some who axe per- who will do the
surveying on magnificent, Job of I string.
fectly capable' of finding other
weekends This session will meeton
affair. Mrs Elcise
suitable housing fcr themselves. Nov 11 at 7:30: pm. at the vided the music' NAACP'I war time, shoemakers NOTICEClub

home of Miss Miriam hank, 449 considered non-essential.
There the other hand splendor.
are, on
Miller Road.MINISTERS.
gratitude of all, at that time every- meeting for all L. P. N.'s
toI.'horn this is
many problem I the home of Mrs.
evoning. Is made for victory except will be held at
who either do
overwhelming, not URGED
: Dickinson 14701 Lin-
Bud
. they're made for de- Rcse ,
knave' hew to handle such a problem The committee has also requested The following : My father-in-law an excel coln Blvd., Richmond Heights,
or lack the initiative or volition given plaques: 8 at 5 We are
that the Miami Times shoemaker, was drafted Sunday, Nov. pm.
to make a start. There are Th.mas, Mrs advisor Mrs. Harris -
I. He closed expecting our ,
ask thaf, the ministers of the various World War
elderly people, people on
and pensions churches discuss this' survey and Mrs. D A. shop, and with the Ger- to be present. Please att xxl.
handicapped
a
very in the churches on Sunday, were given to Kaiser in Mind, placed this Mrs. E. Eve, president
large number who are now living '
Marion':: Muldrow ,
reporter:
L. Perpall
in substandard housing. Manyof s& that the people who are interviewed of Goulds, Louise In" his window-"Out to fix Mrs. ,

these families will move again will know the purpose of King, William .

into sub-standard housing, if' no the. survey is one which will be Florence All of they sent him to Beautiful HomeOn
of help to them and will cooperate -
help or counsel is given to them. We wish that kicks he
Just for ,
fully with the volunteer interviewers camp Lot
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Thus, instead 0* Miami usinga celebrate our ;' \ \ Large
golden opportunity to eliminate if a surveyor calls at Ing will be Like all boots, he found

some. of its slums, this mass their home. 6, 9 pm at the the shoe was on the other Your lot can be a paymenton

movement of people will cause a Ballroom On 1 Hte get the kicks, from the this 3-bedroom new 2-
worsening of slum conditions.By With the facts and figures I Mt. Zion Baptist that is.

reducing the area of the Central which this survey will produce, graduation he Was discharged from baths 2-car garage

i Negro district, for instance, pubJc: support of the establish- the week of cur I service, he returned to his 6940 N.W. 23rd Avenue
l bv a large number of blocks, but ment of
a Relocation Agency by ---- -- doing quite well some
'1 still allotting the same number Metro is sure to 'follow. It is hop- did not do so well, like Baron JE 8-1340 I
=
, of !people to live In the reduced ed that this support will be vocal Don't Fret 'poor shoemaker who was 1480 N.W. 59th St. I
number of blocks as now live in
and loud to the .
enough' persuade
last-
to his last his last
the entire there will be an 2-bedrooms
area Duplex
increased amount cl overcrowding CcmosJioners to take the proper I Join The that was: awl!
action: such as is being token in _
be unthinkable.to such a grave degree as to cities all over the country. I II Ij

This ft true, regardless of

claims being made that there UNITED FUND


t Central, :: r rwa
all these displaced families. NEEDS WORKERSThe


RELOCATION AGENCY
United Fund's Good
NEEDED NOW!
I I A Relocation Agency to ease Neighbor award winning division ,
this situation and help those headed by Eugene Kemp won't : rl.r 4 I
families who need help to solve rest on its laurels of last year, ,

their housing problems, should stated Mr. Kemp, .when told of
have been established long ago- the "need figure" of $6,635,729
Ideally, it should have been at announced' by the Fund's budget
work even before the pathway of committee as minimum for 1960.
the expressway was announced. "It's a challenge," he stated. u l Yt
"" Mr. Kemp's "team" met last
The O t1'Wns' Housing and week to fromulate plans for the I

Planning Council of Dade County 1960 United Fund drive, and ad-j
has' presented the 'problem ditionalMorkexs are needed to
connected 'with the dislocating of volunteer to cover a' neighborhood -I I rN yj o ,

thousands. of families to the block in the forthcoming .

Metro Cimmlssioners. The com- drive, which' officially gets underway "::':4"t .

nr'n' !toners recognized the problem Nov. 8, with county-wide I' "" "4 "i ..
and directed that a Relocation residential solicitation on Jan. 10.' 'ffJt
Agency be set up over a "A minimum of 15,000 volunteers -
year aga': However no action has workers are needed," Mr I
been taken as yet, to establish Kemp reminds .persons in the : cr
such an agency Miami area The need is greater
than ever before, Vountcers now."
The Citizens' Housing and James R. Brumby, UF cam-
Planning: Council will on Nov. 6, paign chairman, has explained
start a survey of the families to that the United Fund is departing -
be displaced. The questionnaire' from the policy of having a 4 j jM

to be used in this survey ha definite goal ,based en a figure iAl 1
been carefully written by quali- which is somewhere ,between the'I I ,'
fed! social workers with Charles community's actual need and the 1 f r
WuMt of the Business Admimstraticn ability. of hard working volunteers , '

Department of the University to attain such a dollar , i1
of Miami!,, ,as technical amunt.:: .:

advisor and advice has been given visits claw in Eiperimental for the newest recipe recommended for the '
Dr. Spann, right,
by Paul Watt, chief Metro
-- claw Carnation Whipped Sundae Salad.
Carnation
planner.The Foods and watches as student whips : a

survey committee h op- Beautiful Home o.

chaired by Miss! Kay Baker of Your Lot Dean of Home Economics at Florida A anctM University says:
the Dade County Health Depart-


Elizabeth Children's ment, Mrs.Vlrriok.Service Leo Alpert About Bureau, 60 of women and the- I Tfpw Gwtt&utcftoc, Carnation' is the cooking milk


have volunteered to do the

1.nterviewilJl! a large majorityof .
them being members of the I recommend to students"Dr.

Council of Jewish! Women, who
have taken this project as one of

their main pursuits for the year.'I Complete building .. vie* Annabelle Spann is Associate Deanin Lion Evaporated Milk to my students

One family cut of every five charge of home economics at FloridaA It gives consistently smoother results in
will be interviewed.The PLANNING
questionnaire will ascertain and M. Busy as she is, Dean Spann any 'creamy'recipe"Double
what type of housing is BUILDING never tires of cooking. "I'm particular -rich Carnation in the red and .
FINANCINGYour
needed by the displaced families, about my cooking milk," Dean Spann white can if the world's leading brandof

what they can afford to pay, Now Homo says. ""That's why I recommend Carna evaporated milk.
where their new dwelling unit
should be located so as to be convenient REPAIRINGREMODELING

to their ,place cf employment r------l.'
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etc.VOLUNTEERS. RENOVATING I recipe ,

Whipped Sundae Salad Drain ptoeapple. Heat pteaappli syrup> toboilbif. I
TRAINED
i Over Twenty Year of j .Poor ovtr titatbt;stir wtil dlssolvtd.ChUI I I'
There will be a day set aside Construction Experience I (M.kt$ttivlngt)
until thick and Chill Carnation
for the training of the volunteers syrupy. 1I 1 1I
9:30 at the Guaranteed ftetoefactlon I 11M cups (BOounca can) In refrtffrator tray UntII.-: .... lone
iVovcmber+ 6 at : am.
Board of Jewish Education Bldg.on I I pineapple chunks .ound. (15 to 20 mharttiX) Whip unto I II

NW 3rd ave. between 1st and 9 lmmv i; t I 1 1 package cup pineapple lemon-flavored syrup gelatin stiff(about 1 nfcwta Add tax Jules.Whip I II

2nd streets. The Citizens Housingand I 1 cup undiluted CARNATION JEW stiff (about 2 Biota. IcsfSfX Add lutZ, i iI
Planning Council feels that ((3 sA0 eatery to ptatlsmtctraxI
I EVAPORATED MILK(
the ideal: way' cf conductingthe Fold Into whipped Caraattoo.AJUnuts layer I IVAPOunD
I 2 tablespoons lemon Juke
survey would be if each team NE 5-6171 '
14 fvttpptd I ctiitto mtctnrt sad ptetapplt ta MIL K
-(the women will work In pairs) cup chopped nuts
I tan ,... QUI sffl ffeab Garato with .. i k)!
could be composed of one' Negro 1121 N.W. 29th Street I V4 nuyomuUt d I "" _
and one write woman. They are .. Miami. I 1 chopped celery had W cs a4

therefore molding an appeal, '....=.. ....... ____.._: __ =_ Mf re .a.w0lW'
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Sunday School ............ ........ 9:30: ,
Morning worship .................. 11:00: MT. TABOR
, BTU ............................................ 5:30:
Evening worship .................... 7:00 Sunday Nov. 8 will be observed -
Tonight (Friday) another din- as Men's Day at the Mt. Tatar -
ner sale will be given by the !Baptist Church located on
roClmrdi. Woman's Day Committee. Those the corner of NW 17th ave. and
"me who have tickets and were not Jack' Bell, The Town Crier,
able to be on time last Friday featured writer in the Miami
may come and enjoy' .a turkey Herald, will be the guest speakerfor
dinner with all the trimmings. the 11> o'clock services.
Sunday is: Woman's' Day. Miss Three-thirty p.m. is the time of
Olive Alexander executive secre- the Musical Tea. Rev. Randolph
tary of the James E. Scott Com- Thompson former director of Religious -

ST. JAMES'A.M.E.Rev. munity Center, and social and Education at Mt. Zlon
I THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE civic worker of many years' experience Baptist Church, will. be speaker.
at The 7 pjn. service will terminate -
H. McNeal Harris, pastor will be the speaker
10 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7 1959 Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter the 11 ajn. service. the Men's Day drive. Rev.

Sunday School............... .... 9'30 Smith, pastor of the New Bethel
Morning worship ...?............... 11:00: .. Baptist Church, will deliver the

WOMAN'S :DAY .... bethel: Apostolic Temple ACE League ............................ 5:30 .,t. message. \
I Evening worship .................... 7:00: Everyone! is cordially invited to
Dons K. AKiiis, pastor spend Sunday, Nov. 8 with the
AT MT. HERMON j.. learner, assistant You are most cordially invitedto :: men of Mt. Tabor.
bi '1':. Waiiace, reporter attend services, SIt St. James on ) Elwyn M. Barnes is chairman
MID JN.W. oath Street Sunday and join in with us incur of the Men's Day program. Rev.P. .

Sunday &cnooi:: ........................ 1UUU Homecoming celebration The S. Brdwn is pastor
Morning worsnjjp ............... lla: Presiding Elder Rev. F. A. Allen
evening: worsnip .................... 7UJU: will 'be present and will deliverthe
morning message. On Friday TRINITY WESLtYANttev

GREATER NEW BETHEL night Nov. 6, Rev. Allen will Geuigt: !r. Junnsun, 'pnsiut
hold the fourth and last quarterly Mrs. Phyllis Andrews
uev W. h. oumu, yauiur reportw
Mrs !to Coniey, Jierit( conference for this conferenceyear. iiinday; Scnom ...............?.. >fi> tiouaurmng
= All departments of the worsnip .................... 11,01opie'n
Morning wursnip ................ 11:00: church are urged to make a report ,,
auuoay: :cnoui: ........................ UdU:; at this time.' ." Meeting 5 p.rnMornl'ng
i BTU ......-...,................................ a:3u 'worship- began at 11
evening! worsnip .................... 7uO: Sunday night beginning at 7:00: o'clock with Miss Jennie Parksat
p.m. Rev. Fayson, pastor of Mt. the organ. Being the first
Zion Zlon AME Church, Homestead, ; Sunday in the month- we began
Hope M. Baptist and congregation' will worship)I # the day with the spirit of God in

1710 N.W. 69th St. and 17th Ave. with us and will have charge of our hearts. The sermon was so
Sunday School 9:30 the services. You must make it :.;: t '' thrilling everyone was happy.
:
IIY Morning Service 11:00 a MUST to attend services :at St. The sermon was preached by the
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BTU <6:00< : James all day. :ir'\ / A: I pastor. His text was taken from
On Nov. 15 the llth annual Psalms 107:6.: Surely the Lord
Evening!: \ Service 7:00: Woman's Day will be obt rvlod. MRS. ESTHER CAMPBELL was in this place that we were
(Tuesday' night) Mrs. Sarah Mobley, chairman- General chairman for Woman's happy all the day and at 7:30 at,

.J Prayer Meeting 8:00 Mrs. Susie Smith co-chairman, Day, secretary of No. 2 choir, our evening service we \were refreshed -
and the women of St. James and Sunday School teacher, and B.TU.. with another sermon,
ST. MARY'S W. M. the community, have pledged to treasurer. after which the Lord's Supperwas

Rev. E. A. Culmer make this the best Woman's The women of the church are administered Everyone is
pastor
MRS. ZESSIE IRVING Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter Day in the history of St. putting forth every effort to welcome to come and worship

Sunday, Nov. 8 is the day. Firstit Sunday School ........................ 9:30: James. All captains are urged to make this a Red Letter Day. with us.
has been designated! as Wo- Morning worship ................ 11:00: contact their members; every During the evening, a picture
man's Day. A day that ./the chair- member is asked to pay $10. We telling the story of an outstandingwoman ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev.
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Evening worship .................. 7:30
man Mrs. Zessie Irving and co- must reach our goal. of the Bible will be
Sunday School opened by
was
chairman Mrs. Norma Hall hopeto Visitors are always welcome. shown, with Miss D. Hart as pro- E. D. Richardson pastor
raise $1,500. Mrs. Irving is John Bullard with devotional. jectionist. The public is invitedto Minnie! Copeland reporter

inviting all friends and well Classes' took their respective all the services. Spend the day Sunday School....................... 9:30: .
wishers to make Mt. Hermon places with their teachers at their Delegate toEpiscopal at Temple. Morning warship .................... 11:00:

your place: of worship' on Sun- posts. Lesson was reviewed by Coming! The Rev. J. H. John- BTU .......-................................... 5:30:
Mr. Bullard. Sunday will be Ban- SynodMrs. son of West Palm Beach will Evening worship .................... 7:00:
day.You are invited to attend a ner Day. The class raising the conduct a revival at Temple the Sunday, Nov. 8 will be Wo-
musical feast en Sunday, Nov. 8 most money will receive the banner Elisha S. Clarke 'Jr., has week of November 16-22. man's Day. Our leaders for the
at 3 pjm Remember to visit the been elected as a delegate to the Woman's Day program are Mrs. .
sick and shut-ins. Services began: at 11 am with Provincial- meeting of the. Episcopal NEW HOPE P.B. CHURCHRev. Phillips and Mrs. James. Theyare
the Churchwomen of the 4th asking the cooperation of the
being
pastor in charge. Sunday -
Province, from the Diocese ofSouth H. C. Samuels. pasta entire membership along with
the first the
Sunday pastor
MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. lectured for eight minutes from Florida which will be heldat Mrs. Evelyn Granger, reporter their many friends to help them

E. M. Thomas, pastor the 7th chapter of Micah 5:67. Christ Episcopal, Church, in Sunday School...................... 9:30 reach their goal.
Theme "My God will hear Greenville, S. C. on Nov. 10 and Morning service .................... 11:00: Let us continue in "prayer for

Sunday Phyllis School.Myers.........reporter.............. 9:30 In the Testimonial service me. 11. Mrs. Clarke is a member of BTU .......................>................... 5:30: our shut-Jns. Visitors are always

Morning worship .................... 11:00: everyone was happy and filled the Church of the Incarnation, I Evening worship .................... 7,30I welcome.

BTU ............................................ 5:30: with the Holy Spirit. No. 1 choir the executive board of the EpiS- I
Evening worship .................... 7:00: furnished music for No. 2. Mrs.V. copal Church/women/ of the Incarnation -
Higgs at the organ. No. 2 Christian. Education
Monday night Nov. 2 we had ushers served. secrtary of the Episcopal Church- YOU ASKED FOR IT!
pastor's anniversary, which I women the chairman of Ss. Ann-
our At 7 pm. devotion was led by I I
was wonderfully carried out. We the pastor. He preached from St. Margaret Chapter:' the church organist I So here it is-A full ONE YEAR

want to thank Rev. Griffin and Luke 22:15: theme, 'The SufferIngs and supply organist of AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE
his congregation for the wonderful Desires of Christ." Christ Church, Coconut Grove.
service they rendered. Holy Ocmmunion was admin- Mrs. Clarke' will be accompanied I Policy: for most people with only

Sunday, Nov. 8, there will be a jstered. Everyone was blessed. by her husband, Father< Elishi S. .
program given by the Young Ma- Both choirs furnished music with Clarke, .vicar.of the Church of the I $15 DOWN PAYMENT

trons. Mrs. S. McFord at the organ. Both Incarnation.
The sick and shut-ins are Sis. usher boards served. SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY

O. Hooks, Sis. M'. James and Sis. The public is Invited to help Church of Transfiguration
N. MacClain. We pray for them us celebrate our 36th anniversary 645 N.W. 36th St. 27th Ave. Farmers' Market
(Episcopal)
a speedy recovery.Vlsi1Jo.rs beginning Nov. "11 12 and
2571 N.W. 152nd Terr. PL 9-5284 NA 4-1811
are always welcome to
13. On the llth preaching by Rev:
come and worship with us at any Randolph Thompson; On the 12th Yen John E. Calmer
time. will be a program and on the priest in charge -.
13th, the Junior Church will be Stanley Sweeting, reporter
in charge. Immediately after the Services every Sunday
ST. LUKE BAPTISTMrs. program there will be a repast Morning worship .................... 8:30: Back To School
Bunesba Green, reporterRev. served. sunday School..................... 10:30: ,
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P. W. Williams,-pastor -
Sunday School ........................ 9:30: GRACE PRESBYTERIAN: I INCARNATION
Morning worship ...-........... 11:00: 1835 N.W 54th StreetFr. Teachers Special for
BYPU ....................................... 8:30: 14 th. Ave. and'89th Street E. S. Clarke Jr. vicar
Evening worship ................... 7:00: Sunday School .......... 930 am Susan Butler ,
/ Morning! Service .......... 11:00: .ja reporterThe YOU-who are standing on feet all
I Westminster Fellowship 6:00: jpjm Sacred Hteart' Chapter of your

GREATER BETHEL A.M.E the Episcopal Churchmen is spon- day.YOUwhose.
FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev soring A Monte Carlo Party' on
ReV S. A. Cousin, pastor Friday, Nov. 6 at the home of
Mrs. Jenette Folson, reporter I ,C. J. Burney', pastor Mrs. Jennie Forbes 1840 NW nerves stay on edge
Sunday' School....................... 9:30: Claudia Wilson, reporter 63rd st. Time 8 p.m. The public is
Morning worship ................ 11:00 Sunday School....................... 9:30: invited Mrs. Martha Stradvan is YOU-who always feel tired and be-
Evening worship .................... 7:00: Warning worship .................... 11:00 chairman.. .
Evening; worship .................... 7:00 The St. Paul Guild of the,Epis- : draggled
FIRST UNITARIAN Services of ordination- will be copal Churchmen will have its
held at the church on the third monthly meeting at the home of YOU-who
Community Group- No.1 of the Sunday, Nov. 15 at 3 pan One of John H. Anderson, 1785 NW 55th complain of poor circulation..

First Unitarian. Church is sponsoring our young ministers, Bro. Paul tear, on Saturday', Nov. 7, 8 pm. and in hands feet and
Freeman, will be ordained at cramps -legs
a moonlight boat ride-as All men living in the Opa Locka, ,
that time. All choirs, ushers and
Tuxedo Park, Floral Heights and
entertaining and a fund-raising other auxiliaries all other members Brownsville areas are urged to YOU-with ,muscular aches and pains .
Saturday Nov. 7,
project on and friends of the church be. present. Henry McKinney' is
The boat will leave the Baker'sHau1over I are asked to be present at that chairman
Marina at 8:15: time. YOU
/ pan
We have begun at the Incarnation -
'"Dumbfounding Conformity"will
for the month of November Men and women alike. in need of the services of
are
be the sermon subject of the MT., ZION A.. M. E. "Loyalty Month" Sunday', Nov. 8
Rev. Robert W. Sonen on Sunday, "
be WeVeasking
will
11 at the church 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. "Family Sunday.
Nov. 8, a.m.
all families of the churchto
Dixie Highway at S.W. Opa Locka
-budding,
attend services all day togeth'
29th Road. Following the service Rev. C. J. Jenkins, pastor '
the Unitarian Church Schoolsponsors Sunday School.............1:30' a.m er and commune in a body at the HEALTH REDUCING L&tteb

will serve luncheon.: Morning worship ............ n a.m 10:45: am. Mass. .

That evening at 6:30: both the League ................................ 5 pjn Matthew
Senior and Junior Liberal Religious Evening worship .............. 7 p.m.I Temple AMEZ 601 N.W. 2nd Ave.MiamiPHONE
Youth groups will meet, as I 1628 N.W. 5th Ave.

well as their parents to hear a Sunday School ---........-- 13.0 FRanklin 1.2771 2-10
recorded play' by Tennessee Williams. Join The NAACP" I Morning worship ...N...__ 11:00 I p.m.
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HONORED ON 30th "- I SATURDAY NOVEMBER 7, 1959 PAGE 11

ANNIVERSARYAT OF CHURCHES St. Paul SpeakersMrs. ._

ELECTS FIRST Athalie Range, managerof Y's Men's \Club Kicks MAGNOLIA HOSPITAL

ST. AGNES Range Funeral Home, will be Baby (boys ,were born to Mrs.
the Woman's Day speaker at St. ;
Off
Christmas, Tree
NEGROThe Alberta Howell Mrs. Ruth Fel-
,
By ELLIOTT J. PIEZE Paul AME Church, 421 NW 19th
ton, Mr*. Mildred Andrews, Mrs.
At an elaborate testimonial Florida Council ol Sales Jessie (Latham and Mrs Mattie

dinner held Wednesday night at Churches holding its annual I. The Y's Men's Club of Carver Ivory at !(Magnolia Hospital) this

St. Agnes Parish Auditorium the session here at White Temple Branch YMCA launched Its past Mrs.week Bernice Baby girls Gabe'were and bornto Mrs.

Yen. Joan E. Culmer, rector ci Methodist Church, commended Christmas Tree Sales. All profits Evan All
St. Agnes Episcopal Church and from the sales will to Taylor. are doing nicely.
City Manager Ira Willard on go assist Medical patients include Mrs.
Archdeacon lor Negro Work lathe Wednesday lor his "forthright the YMCA In its You t h Robert McCullough George
Diocese ol Soutn Florida! stand" in program. ,
was ordering the desegre- Evans
Sara Sanders and Veronica -
signally honored on the occasion gation of: Miami recreational Every family buys a Christmas West.
W wtw wv/til "aiiUVei OcrJo OX ill. 1C1: <:l Ues. The group also :praised tree. It Is sincerely hoped that j
ministry as priest of St. Agnes' Miami for its efforts "to grant each family will buy from the Y's Cleveland Haynes was admit-
Cnurcn.: ma 'privileges to all citizens re- Men's Club and help thousandsof ted for surgery. Magnolia reportsall

A near capacity crowd responded %udiess: to race. kids to grow up healthy and are recuperating very welt

to the call of this sfin.t'icaotoccasion. I' happy. ,
In a meeting with the City Pay your dollar deposit on a NEW
HOPE BAPTIST
A iuii course chicken dinner Commission on Wednesday the tree today. The trees will arrive
was served and enjoyed by alL City Manager rescinded his order not later than Dec. 15 and will Her. James E. Brown pastor .
of the: previous day to abolish be on- sale on the grounds of the Bro, Vaodell Bovan reporter

D.A.D..* Akk Bishop. aujV.of J.allf.0U1U1 the Diocese ol, racial: ban at municipal recrea- branch, 5770 NW 15th ave. Morning worship ................ 11:00:

tional facilities. Evening worship .................... 7:00:
South Florida! brought timely remarks The Rev. Benjamin J. Williamsof BTU ...........-......-........_.....-.-...-..... 5:.J.
in behalf ol the Diocese. the AME Church in Jacksonville Informal ClassesAt
'A44w .u..Miu*( 040 paiu a biguiiU- was named secretary He is
cant tribute to Fr Culmer. the first Negro to be elected as C Carver CORE Need Tout!
In addition to the bishop other an officer by the council. S. YMCAA
.... aud Otner officers: elected rj1
tufc. *Ku* >i w110 'wvie preheat were the Call FR 32704METROPOLITAN
who brought greetings include: Rev. Canon Williams L. Har series of Informal, Classes
Mayor Kooert King High, City grove of Winter Park, an Epis- MRS. ATHALIE RANGE have been scheduled at the Car
Commissioner B. E. Hearn, copalian, president; the Rev. ver Branch YMCA 5770 NW
County Commissioner John H. Hubert L. Hunt, United Presby- St., on Sunday morning) Nov. 8. 15th Ave. Classes in whist and
:Mcbeod, Dade Circuit Judge terian, U.S.A, of Fort Lauderdale The evening speaker will be bridge have already 'begun and is

v,....""jui lieiiii, Mis. ulna ,mea first vice: president; and P. Mrs. Elizabeth E. Johnson, prim being held in the Adult Game
dent ol the Bonded Collection vYFisher, Methodist layman cipal of Phyllis Wheatley Elementary Room each Wednesday evening at left insurance Co.
school: board, L. L. Brooks, presinwi .rom Jacksonville, treasurer.The School. 8 pin. The Informal Class In
in uie African Methodist Mrs. Henrietta Ferguson gen- conversational Spanish begins
Agency Atrvjci, :Rev.: *, ocA 1."vncimaei A. Thompson pal Zion Church ''was '.EPiSCO'1 I eral chairman for the day, announced this Saturday, Nov. 7 and last THC LARGEST INSURANCE

pastor of Temple Baptist Church j member Of the this week that her comMRS. through Dec. 12. It is a 6-week COMPANY IN THE WORLD
which is
activity
....... Friendship Garden and Civic &3. Tnis is their 13th annual session '. both youth and adults at two offers
separate periods. now you a completeline
Club, Fr. Lambert Sands, vicar ;,:
Church 1 Youngsters may enroll this of insurance
of St Patrick's Episcopal :
Saturday from 10
Of West Palm Beach, Mrs. Eliza- _. Y P a.m. to 11:30:
of ' r R a.m Adults may take this course LIFE
beth Espy Johnson, principal ElementarySchool ; f- this Saturday from 2 p.m. until O .
Phyllis Wheatiey 3:30: HOSPITALIZATION
Fr. Edward J. Bubb, ol t' pjm. Competent and exper- 9
:
ienced
Instructors
have' been ob-
chairman of the INCOME PROTECTION
St. Petersburg
tained for all of these classes.
Department of Publicity of the ir.rtwwe Everyone is cordially Invited to All policies available j
j-iorida
, ol boutn: on monthly
L u .c!:*' : : participate. The YMCA Is
a member -
/ assistant priest of AUStouts I basis
Beach, agency o* the United Fund.
Church of Miami
and Principal Charles L. Williamsof Phone Charles VoriseJc att

B. T. Washington High School. .. y Register Today! TU 8.140 '-

Among members of St. Agnes for Informaton and appointment I
who responded on the evening'sprogram r ELIZABETH E. JOHNSON Your Vote is Needed

were: John E. culmer, t. rmttees have gone all out to make
jr., Miss 'rancena Culmer, Miss this a memorable occasion. The
Barbara Davis, Miss Theodora e public is invited to attend all ser I
Williams, Edward Wake, Mrs. '. ..<"' '.' vices during the day Rev J. D.

Lunice Moss, Mrs. Lenora Smith, ............ Washington is pastor PIANO SICK?
Harold E. Brown, Charles Jones, .. . p
b.y Scouts Troop No. 77, under .,.'. .:. : nR
the leadership of St. Leroy Smith, . ..J.. BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe SEE WM. PINDER, Sr. I

Mrs. Leila R. Williams, Mrs. "" ,
. Miami Baha'i Assembly issponsoring l
FOR A
Bernice Ford, Edward Smith, PROFESSIONAL PIANO
l' a fish try in celebration
Baldwin Hepburn and Dr. I. P. h AND ORGAN
SERVICES
of the anniversary' of the r N
Davis. .... birth ol Baha'ullah. Founder of r

September 15 ol this y earmarked the Baha'i Faith, 6 p.m. Wednes- 1935 N.W. 153rd St. 0
anniver- Rev. W. V. Geary Is the newly day, Nov. 11 at the home of Mrs. SERVICE I
the actual 30th but appointed pastor of Trinity CMB Toby Emanuel, 43 Star Island, MU 8.3770
sary of Fr. Culmer's ministry Church, 2014 NW 5th court. llev Miami >Beach. Mr. Wm. Bethel,
the occasion was celebrated Geary and congregation ar 545 NW 26th St will be chair-
Wednesday ni&ht. During his 30 working hard toward Kingdom .
years at St. Agnes, Fr. Culmer Building, He is a graduate of man.Mr.. Thomas R. Baumgartner,
has baptized 2,589 persons and Texas College, with a B. A. de: former high school teacher, will
has (resented over 2,000 candi-His I gree. He also holds a B.D. degree I discuss "Rural Youth in Society" RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE
dates for holy confirmation. from Southern:: Methodist U., Dal' 7 pjm. Sunday Nov. 8 at the
vigorous and effective ministryhas las. Perkins School of Theology.He Baha'i Center, 137 NW 11th ave. 0 Rectal Diseases 0 Varicose Veins
attracted national as well as has pastored several churchesin Everyone is cordially invited' to ,
Effect/c! pelnleee, non>eurglcal office treatments at low cost-
local attention and recognition. Texas and has been a Boy attend both ol these events.
Work secretary for the YMCA no lose time or Income Avoid surgery and hoepltallzatlen. Why
significant
series of -
Following tributes a Fr. Cuimer responded His experiences in community: wear truss, ? Why suffer, delay and get wo....,
service are numerous. He is a Harvest Sip
to all in a manner that will CONSULTATION FREE
Psi fraternity 9
member of Omega Phi ( -
long be remembered. He expressed for- Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Auxiliary Board No. 2 of Greater Special! medication, treatments, diets for arthritis' neuritis, ul*
thanks and appreciation (Bethel AME Church invites
all ol the fine things that were Society and has participated in you to its 8th annual Harvest Sip, cere, blood pressure, sinus, anemia, lost vigor, chronlo dl...."
interracial
said about him, and in a manner various will mark groupings.the JutLord' Sunday, November 8 at the homeof of men and women
for which: he has long been noted, Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Francis -
celebration at TrinIty DR. LONG'S CLINIC REDUCING
climaxed the entire evening with Supper askedto 1221 NW 67th It. Time 4 to
appropriate quotation. The Ves- .be Every ipreicnt loyal and member to join is in this 6 pjn. Miss Jessie Giles, president 21 8.W. 1Sth Ave., FR S.2748 A Qenersl Health Service
Parish organizations presented -
try and service of worship.
important
a gift to Fr. Culmer. of God On program are: Mr. Willie
Come hear this man speak
Arthur Evans was pianist and the vital issue of our timeis Futch, Mrs. Barbara Kees and
cn
accompanied for the occasionand they relate to the scripture. Mrs. Edna Davis and other par

Elliott J. Pieze served a*- ticipants. 2260 N.W. 62nd, Street .
master of ceremonies. '

BETHEL BAPTIST Special Piano Classat 22 STORY CBSI BUILDINGStore

Church of The Open DoorDr. Richmond Heights .
Rev. L. R. Rots Pastor ,, FACA or office 1st floor andl,3>, apts now rented at
H. C. McDowell pastor Jean E. Scott, reporter class for
special piano
very $250 month. Please do disturb
A. E. McNeal, reporter Sunday School....................... 9:30 piano beginners has recently per not tenants.
Events to come: Sunday, Nov. Morning service ..........._...... 11."Of: been organized. The rates a r every Write or phone owner for appointment. S. A. Beel"

8 To initiate American Edu- BTU >......-..........-..-................>.. 5:30: I very low. Mw. Florence Rt. 2 Box 1052 Naples, Fla.
cation Week the faculties of G. Evening service ........................ 7:00: Albert of Now York, with a
W. Carver Elementary School, The No. 1 choir of Bethel Baptist Julllard background is our much BROKERS COOPERATEPhone
Mrs. Tucker, principal and Be- Church is sponsoring a musi- qualified instructor
thune Elementary, Mr. Cogdell cal program: Sunday Nov 8 at Apart from the above we still Midway 2.2344 N7Y's
principal, will worship with us ina 3:00: p.m. You are invited. have openings in private piano,
body. We invite all friends engaged The pastor and congregation voice and woodwind Instruction.
in the field of educationand will render service at Mt. Carmel Also opening in ballet and mod-
parents to worship with us. Baptist Church Sunday, Nov. 15 em dance classes. Registrations
Friday Nov. 13 Recognition at 3 pm. Rev. D. A. Bradley, are held each Saturday morning
and acceptance ci the Church of pastor, NW 14th terrace. at YMCA, Liberty City and Tots Men's Club Xmas Tree Sales
the Open Door, Congregational, Our sick member Is Mrs. Mary Town Richmond Heights. The
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by the Southeastern Associationby Wright 'who is in Mercy Hospital. Fine Arts Conservatory offers the (Canada's Best Quality Trees)

the South East Coast AssocChurchgLincolnthRoaad I Please pray for and visit the sick. best instruction in the Fine Artsat Everyone buys Christmas Trees
the lowest For
iation, prices. Jnfor.1
Beach ST. JAMES BAPTIST matten call MO 3-2403 or Buy from Y's Men TodayIt

Special Sunday worship, Nov. 15 at -11 Gala am. Day.with Rev. J. L. Johnson pasta 47053. helps thousands of kids to grow up healthy and

soloist and Dr. Wicks as Sunday Services ST. FRANCIS XAVIER happy
guest guest x Baker. At 5 p.m. we'll be Sunday School ........... 9.30 sjn Arrival. Date-:-December 10, 1059
association of Churchesand Horning Worship _.. IhOO a.m N.W 4th Ave.: and 16th Terre
host to ministers the as well as all our 3TU :_.-..__--_ 530 pja Phone PR 9-1424 Carver YMCA, 8770 N.W. 15th Avenue

friends of greater Miami. A service Evening: Worsulp ?_ -.-. 7:10 p.m MASSES DEPOSIT $1.00 N21
ol thanksgiving, followed by Visitors always welcome Oafly .......__..._,....-- 8 SJB 11
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Sister of Miamian t NOTICEAll Washington- C1arkz;I
CARD OF THANKSI IN MEMORIAMIn :

wish to take this method to: sad but loving memory of Dies in New YorkMrs. Worthy Matrons and Worthy -) Wedding : "

thank all of my friends for their our mother and grandmother,'' Patrons are requested to Miss Selena Clark' and Sam
kindness shown tome during my HESTER SWEETING KEMP Emmeline Hughes of Jamaica -
( meet oh Sunday, Nov. 8 to make Albert Washington were ,married -
recent illness. I want to thank who departed this life Nov. 7, ,Long Island New York, A on Thursday evening pet.
Dr. Reid the staff of nurses at 1942 at Key West. sister of Mrs. Helena Slfontes,' arrangements for Eastern Star
29 Church-
,at Temple Baptist -
at 1942 NW 3rd ave. at the ,
General the Jesus while hearts are bleedIng Day
Monroe Hospital, our well known retired Miami school Council 3:30 o'clock. She was given in marriage by her
meeting
different friends that spent nights teacher :at 9165 NW' 48th Terr. '
brother Ezekiel Clarke. A num-
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and days at the hospital with me, O'er the spoils that death has in Brownsville, died Tuesday at I (Rev. T. A. Rolle, G. W. P. ber of the friends and relatives

all them that visited me and my won. her home In New York.. 'of the couple were present. The '
mother, the preachers who visited We would at this solemn meeting Mrs. Hughes is also survivedby - double-ring .ceremony was per-
and prayed' for me, the hundredsof Calmly say-thy will be done. another sister, Mrs. Jestina E.I formed toy the Rev. L. A. Thompson -
get well cards and beautiful Though cast down we're not for- Bourne, two sons, a daughter and BLESSINGSJOHN .
flowers and other token sent to saken; other relatives. STARR
me. I will assure you that your Though afflicted, not alone : Funeral services will be heldon .. :: :: !!
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kindness will never be forgotten. Thou didst give, and thou has Friday in Jamaica. 1 to 3 DAY BLESSING "
Ernestine Welters, florist taken: Persons"desiring to send' condolences $25.00OTHER ;; HARLEM SQUARE
Blessed Lord thy will be in the death of Mrs. SWEET SHOP
BLESSING&$5.00
CARD OF THANKSThe done. Hughes' may address them in care
to $20.0CTP.
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Edna Kemp, daughter of her daughter, Mrs. Claire A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES
family of the late, Mizpah Adderly, daughter Nurse, at 111-20. Inwood Street, O. Box 1922. ,
ALPHONSO RAMMING:
Alfred Earl and COLD CUTS COSMETICS
Jamaica/' 35, L. I., New York.
(Friday) Vandelean, grand children Mrs. Siiontes and Mrs. Bourne Cleveland 6 OhioSW
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203 10th Street
N.W.
who died Oct. 17 and was buried
left Miami ThW'Sdayfor/ New
Oct. 21, wish to extend our 19600BLESSINGS .,
thanks. and appreciation to all IN MEMORIAM York to attend the funeral. .

those who expressed their sympa- In loving memory of our be- You are :never helped Y's Men's Club
thy ,by acts of kindness, cards, loved mother and grandmother, Unless You Try
floral tributes. and telegrams .-.-. ""- -..---,,-- .- D12Don't CHRISTMAS TREE SALES
during the death of our son and :' FOR SALE Helps YOUth
brother. thanks the ,
Special to MAKE DEPOSIT TODAY
Range Funeral Home,and Rev. T. "
<1 1iI Fret Fight! Call OX 6-0231
Johnsen and the many other, !1A REAL BUY
friends and relatives. May God' . .)
bless each and everyone o-f you. : 7691 N.W.12th Ct.
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The FamilyCARD "J. ', I DRESSES -
Large corner 4-bedroom, 2
OF THANKSThe

family of the late, baths, 2 Florida rooms, I TO STORES, ,PEDDLERS AND INDIVIDUALSBig

LILLIAN ROIL, FARRINGTONwho CBS home furnished, fruit Assortment of Wearing Apparel at all\ Times

passed' into the Great Beyondon Hundreds of beautiful dresses-all new
Oct. 6 extend sincere grati-I ,
tude to ,their many relatives, trees, taxes paid. Values to $25, only. ....................................,....... $1.50 .

friends and. neighbors for their ,PL 8-0991 Big Assortment Slightly Higher''

kind deeds, untiring service, Men's Suits Value to $50 ............ ...,.... .......... $7.50

words of consolation and devout 4 Children 'Dresses .... . .....t................... ............ $1.00
Your
prayers. lovely flowers (
brought rays of sunshine into our 9 ,Boys Suit, Value io, $25;........................... .... $5.00

grief-stricken To Rev. S.home.A. Cousin, the TIGER IS 'APPAREL WHOLESALERS

choirs and members of Greater IL 127 N.W. 2nd St. (Take elevator to 2nd floor)
Bethel AME .Church. and the_entire COMING"PUNCTUALITY
stall of 'the Richardson Funeral Phone FR 7-2943 FASHION MART BUILDING

Home, we extend a special
word of thanks. May our heavenly' LQUETTHA WILLtAMS I
Father bestow blessings upon who departed this life Nov. 9,
each ot you. '
1049.Gone IS
When peace, like a river, atten- but not forgotten.
deth my way, Bless" thou the dead THE POLITENESS OFKINGS" N N '
When sorrows like sea billows Which die in thee; .
roll; As thou hast given her release,

Whatever my lot' Thou'' has So quicken her thy face to see, (Author's name below)
taught me to say, And give her everlasting peace.
It is well, it is well with my soul. O Lamb cf:, God, redeemer blest, Punctuality Is more than
Dorothy F. Patterson, bight Grant her eternal light and rest. Just politeness In our phar
Thomas, Ivan, Joe, Clem, Mrs. Blanche Turnquest,
Claude, Nathaniel and Daughter' macy. Almost everything we :w fr "
(Harold Rolle, brothers Mrs. Lillian Moss, Daughter supply affects the better
And ilyCARD Charles, Bruce, Lander health or comfort of our

Williams, Sons patrons. Therefore we make

OF THANKSThe And grandchildrenIN every possible effort to keep

family of the late, MEMORIAMIn any spoken or Implied
CATHERINE GIBSON HARRIS promise.
who died on Oct. 14, and was of beloved
loving momcry our I72T N.W. 17th VENUE MIAMI,FLORIDA tUMHiM! OX 141)1, OX MJ4I
laid to rest on Oct. 22, wish to mother. Rain or shine, our! pharmacy

extend to our all thanks those who and appreciation ROSA HEPBURN Is opened at its specified Oscar tad Atttlk Rage,Ow*.r. Oscar a...., UcMfcl Emb*).........itr*) Director
expressed who died Nov. 7, 1936. time each morning.
their sympathy: by acts of kind- .
"God of the living In whose
Busy or not /awe stay open
ness, cards, floral tributes and ( .
telegrams. eyesUnveiled late hours for sickness
Special thanks to the 'Range Thy whole Creation lies, keeps no early,closing hours. ...,
Funeral Home, Elder C. B. Rock All souls are Thine; we must not Compounding prescriptionsIs
and congregation of the Community say .
S. D. A. Church, neighbors That those' are dead who pass our most Important duty I'w .

and other friends, again thanksto away; v and you ,can depend ,on us
everyone for everything.Mrs. Virginia Hepburn
Charlotte Gibson And SisterRange to always, have them ready
at the promised time.
Mrs, Lucille Pinkney
Mrs. Ruth Bullard . -. O
Mrs. Marie Hlggs Mrs. Susie Bell 'Rozier of 6128 .--
Mr. Floyd Gibson NW 19th court died in Jackson YOUR DOCTOR -=.-.-.. -=--

And the rest of the family Memorial Hospital on Oct. '29, CAN PHONEFR w.

following an extended illness. 3-2932
IN MEMORIAMIn Survivors include her husband,
WHEN YOU NEEDA
Walter, 2. sons, Booker T. andKe.nn.it .
memory' of Sinclair. and other reLa-, MEDICINE
WILLIAM "B'IIL" GOIIDENwho
departed this life November tives. Chapel services were con- .. ,:
8, 1957 ducted on Tuesday. Burial was LESTER C. ALBERT. Funeral Director
bolden held at Lincoln Memorial Cemetery 6942 N.W. 15th Ar.nu. -OX 1-7661
Mabel mother Pick up your prescription
Mary Hudson, sister If shopping near us, or let
us deliver promptly without -
extra charge.' A great many render conscientious service.
It is our aim to a ,
k' Your Watch, Cleaned Oiled Adjusted
people entrust us with their
Guaranteed ...i...........,.............. .. $4.75 prescriptions. May we. compound Reasonable in price and satisfactory in every detail'
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," yours. ?
i .' TV's .............:.......................... $10 Down

.., .'; '"t' '> ... "'r Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radios -8-

i i :). Guaranteed Watches .....,.. from $8.95 SERVICEDRUG .
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fjji.: DAVID JEWELERS ,

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,NASSAU NEWS I THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" m ;

I *.01' I I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1959 PAGE 13 :,!
'Dwtmty-four clergymen of the ,
'Anglican Church in Nassau met .
at Addington House on October ;wq:
'17 .in a ,conference: to plain (or t,
the Diocesan Synod' which started - '..'\1's
on Sunday.'
v.1 Hair Weev Technician, Mrs. ;'

'Four boys ages ,15, 18 and Sallie Collins of the ModM : ;
17 WM re c wcrjed' vith stealing ernistic Beauty Salon i i. a .. :
from a :store on East Shirley a licensed hair weev technician. I I
box containing 33040.* The
Magistrate has set Nov.-2 for the She can weave hair on
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allowed your head to add length
'JL t preliminary hearing and has ,
WANTED them bail of .$140 each fullness and cover bald
For Rent
); and one surety xl
Her work is
spots :
guaranteed
. 2-BEDROOM. HOUSE. Price ; -:. r.
TO SHARE Efficiency Cottage or $1,500 cash. 6122 NW 19th court. Forty-six police recruits had and reasonably priced. ft::;:-.: .
apt. in quiet neighborhood, phone Call PL 7-3810. ,their Passing Out Parade, on 1.K!. .
Bill, FR 487818 to 3 p.m. Oct. 19 at the Police Barracks. For further information call FR 49944 or come tot A

ONE GOOD PUMP and Tank. Thev were accompanied' by
MODERNISTIC BEAUTY
A NICE SINGLE MAN or -woman Reasonable. NE 5-5283. special police squad. His Excel- SALON
who would like to live in a lency the Governor, who Inspected 826 N.W. 3rd AvenueNOW
lovely home. Phone NE 4-8495.
recruits
APARTMENT 3 rooms /with praised the Police
57110 NW 19th ave; Miss Minnie bath. Hot ''Wafer, fenced-in yard. Force for Its high quality of men.
Martin. Quiet! place for adults. Call Mr. Long Service Medals were awarded
Carey FR 4-8398. After 6 pr*. to Assistant SuperintendentJohn I
call NE 41087.2BEDROOM T Crawley and Sgt. Scott,
FOR RENT and Good Conduct Medals' ,to Re- OPEN FOR BUSINESSMike's
apts. in choice Lib- cruits MacDonald and Farring-
FURNISHED 3-bedroom house In erty City area. Refrigerator, stove ton.
Opa Docka, 2470 NW 155th Terr., and water free. Also furnished d RestaurantFormerly
Bunche Park area. Desire quiet, 1-bedroom apts. 844 NW 70th st. News was last (week
working family. Quiet and private manager on premises. Indl that Lady Dundas, 83, died in ( Tuxedo Seafood Palace)
surroundings. For Information London on Oct 14 Wife of the
call NA 1-6654. ladi late Sir Chas Dundas. she founded Featuring Louise Romer, cooking those deliciousShrimps ..
FOR SALEDry the Dundas Civic Center
Chops, Steak and Chicken
while her
husband
1-BEDROOM APT Children was gov-
welcome. Near bus, school Good Cleaning and Laundry ernor of the Bahamas. This Institution 6851 N.W. 15th Ave. OX 1.9773LEE
tenant only .4190 NW 32nd ave. business, (good location, 544 NW has done and is doinga
14th st After 2:30: pm. Indt fine Job in training young LEE MIKEL, PROP.
FURNISHED Efficiency. None people for hotel and domestic
better. All utilities. Near bus LOT. Size 50x140 in Carver Ran- work As a mark' of respect for
shopping. 4190 NW 32nd ave. ches. (West Hollywood.) A nice the founder, the center closed on
key lot, next to corner. Cash or Oct 21.Samuel.
PARTLY FURNISHED. 3-bed- terms. If terms, small down pay WOULD YOU LIKE TO
room house and 1-room apt. ment, MU 51322. N21 Intrraham who wascharged DREAM A LUCKY
Near bus line and school. Phone with the death of James 'NUMBER?
OX 6-0509. INDF2BEDROOM HOUSE. 1440 NW 6th ave. Apply McKInney in a traffic accident on P "
George, Martin, FR 14977. May 7. was In the Supreme Can't dream? Dreamt don't play

APT. Living room.. Oo'urt for trial on Oct. 22. He 1 1tx is Always mitt by one? Put this teal
bath and kitchen. Stove and refrigerator : fnlt represented: by L. O. Pind- 4 under your pillow and you may
Hnj. Solicitor General' M. J.
furnished. 3028 NW dream what number to play and
52nd st. Phone NE 4-3933. Crown Thomoson represented the how to play It.

HOMES FOR SALEDave
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RENT I Come, tend, or call 'OX 1-1541
We have a choice 2-Jbedroom{ ,Says, Samuel McIntosh 'was fined JAMAICA CANDLE SHOP
apt. with stove and refrigerator. Live life, every golden minute 280 in the Magistrate's Court on o1,1, 6965 N.W. 15th Ave. ..
of it.Harry. October 18 for driving without ,
Bus 24 door. 2945 NW ,
passes driver's license Miami 47 Florida
46th Says, n and for being ,
st Also available a 1-bed i
That's right, but live In a home "under the influence" He wa
:room apt., new building, 524 NW
ordered
:22nd st. FR 93576. of your own.Beautiful. to pav $14 compensationto
Wilton Rolle, 15. and the
!same "M Constable Clarke, who
PRIVATE ROOM. One
single Corner
were knocked down by his veh'cle. -
man television, telephone, and Near Orchard Villa School, 3- McIntosh will not be able
kitchen 5-5283. privilege. Private. NE bedroom,. carport; on a corner to get a driver's, license for another -

FURNISHED ROOM. Capable for with a yard like' 'a park. FHA year I DAY CLEANINGPANTS
terms, low down payment.
a single woman. Please; call PL
8-0737 or ccme to 1376 NW 70th
at. Day Nursery .

FURNISHED one bedroom apt. KindergartenMake

1870 NW 55th Terr. NE 50010. money with this new 504Friday

NW area. Fully equipped, 2 com-
FURNISHED ROOMS in private pletely ,furnished homes on four *0P4
home and a 4-bedroom house. Ui
lots Price and terms low for this
Both In beautiful location Phone
'terrific opportunity. Call now for and lOc More
PIL 7-6015. yIy nra 1d27 ( Saturday )
appointment to see. 4400$

with NEWLY kitchen FURNISHED privilege. 1835 Rooms NW Call E. Harry DennyPL Hit Special ,

4th ave. PL 8-4151 N28 7-8250 Of The Week : "y
; Expert Alterations .' ,
APARTMENT FOR RENT LOWRIE REALTY
"Say Man Again"BO
OXford 1-2114 TU 7-1536 .
II

NEW CBS HOUSE2bedrooms, 1112 Palm Ave., Hialeah 'DIDDLY i.: "I \: SON CLEANERS .

having linen and clothes closets, ,
bath with shower, dining room, Only 79c
living room kitchen ,with com-
plete cabinets, stove and refrigerator THIS WEEK ONLY 1047 N.W. 3rd Avenue
hot and cold water. All]
metal Venetian blinds furnished. TIGERIS Variety Record Shop .
Have carport with wash house I ,
and washing machine and very COMING! 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue -
nice lawn with shrubbery. $20
'per /week. Phone OX 1-7739 or 6400 N.W. 15th Avenue
can :"be seen at .6534.. NW 23rd i THE ONLY TRUE DREAM BOOK
:ave.

:TURNISHED ROOM. $1250 per DRIVER'S LICENSE "The Old Indian" Dream BookList
week. 1454 NW 71st street, Ph.
OX 1-2133. of Common Thing We Dream About

ONE-BEDROOM APT. Furnish BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE Th(. little book .tell you:
ed. Call OX 1-4514. 8371 40'
What to do to bring luck 38
O'BERRY'SMAGIC 8 .
ROOM. 141 NW 9th St.. See Miss What to do when about to under 61
Montgomery, Apt. 1. D5 '
CITY DRIVING SCHOOL go operation or Imprisonment.What .

INFORMATIONFor to do when you haves
a Clean Comfortable FR 4-7756 R
court cue._ _
ROOM
1453 N.W. 6th Avenue 3
Also furnished house for rent What to do to get what yo u aek 33
(Adults) I ---- '
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Downtown Location _
C-Barber at 321 NW 16th St. What to do to unite love one. CHIEF TAR
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NL4 What to do when cross condition and enemies are against' you

:STORE. 3006 NW 46th St. Apply erownsville Dmg Store
What to do to have good, true dr.lml--and many other
George Martin, FR 1-4977
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To get this bilk 'In your neighborhood store, call
FURNISHED EFFICIENCY Apt. O Prescription o Drug e Money Order NE 4-0956 or NE 5-0087

Quiet 1-4891. neighborhood. _Call OX See our Beautiful Xmas Gifts Small Deposit Mail Money Order tot .

Will Hold PRODUCTSP.
INDIAN"
THE "OLD
MODERV FURNISHED ROOMS TOYS COSMETIC GIFTS TREE DECORATIONS

with private bath and kltchdn. DOLLS O. Box 47901 Miami, Florida
OX 148643BEDROOM.
W. W. WELTERS Reg. Phjrm., Prop. FREE DELIVERY r

HOUSE for sale. 4634 N.W. 27th Ave. NE 4-7233

Phone NE 3-9237 during the day "''I I Our Classified, Columns Get Fait RCIQlbq
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MIAMI "TIMES-"The People 'New.pap. ;" '

Adult Education And .
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1959



I SCHOOL NEWSHonor American 'Education WeekThe .



second week In November range of, offerings is wide
'Students at RED CROSS . has been designated by Presidential and the instruction, is thorough.' FRANK C. MARTIN ELEM.

RedeemerThe 85 Get Leadership Eduoa.tionWeek.Proclamation( Throughout as American the 47 FINISHOf : The principal and staff have

Holy nation, special programs and activities each 100 Negro children: beginning completed plans for the obser-

Training at CampThe will be held to mark the in the first grade, only vance of American Education
1-8 grade parents braved 47 will finish the 8th grade, less
importance of this event. Special Week, which begins on Sunday,
inclement weather to attend open annual Junior Red Cross emphasis will :be placed on the than 25: will graduate' from high Nov. 8. The theme for American

house at Holy Redeemer School. Leadership Training Center will area of adult education. Friday, school, and only 3.4 will obtain Education _Week Is "Praise: andApra1.se
This special occasion was to interest the bachelor's degree from an .
Nov. 13, has been set aside as : ScMoh"
take place this weekend at the your
/ito !parents and student as accredited college. The Implications -
Adult Education
Dad Camp Owaussa Bauer Day. On Monday all parents have
e ,
well this was the time for these
\ ; as of statistics are at
been invited to have lunch with
parents to receive ai progress report Naranja. :Much could be written about once discouraging' and shamefulin
their children in the cafeteria.Tuesday's .
An intensive training in the
on their children for the the, importance the dire neces- an age when so much help is will
faculty meeting
The "New program of Junior Red Cross will sity in instances the
first reporting period. many of offered to any and everyone.
be devoted to discussion the
Look" of the progress report be given. Approximately 85 selected program of adult education. With It must be remembered that a on

cards was fully explained. student leaders from each regard to minority groups, some the advance of automation is Education Week theme. skit will
the Schools will Wednesday morning a
of
Secondary
There honors won extremely Interesting facts of the tradit-
were by come eliminating many
the P. A
this : participate. Four/ students will to light. First and most astund- ional be presented over sys-
several pupils during reporting "common labor": jobs. Whileit
period; such as; (Distinguishes also come from Ft. Lauderdale ing in the revelation that illiteracy is true that automation will tem.Open House will follow
a -
Scholastic> and Coop- from Dillard and Attucks High runs almost 60 percent 'Jn the create new jobs, it is truer still assembly Friday special
erative.To schools, and chairman of secon- overall non-caucasian populationin that the new jobs can be held program ,
Nov. 13 at 8:30: a.m. in the cafe-
dary schools for Dade County ,
receive Distinguished Honor the United States. This figureis only by the most highly skilled
will ,be in charge of the camp obtained less than elementary toriuni
students must maintain an"A" on a people.
'Walter White principal
in conduct and at least a who will be assisted by Miss schooling basis. The The American Negro stands at Jean H., ,
"B" average in their studies. To Margery Comroy, director of Jr. repercussions' of this dISmal fact an historical crossroad. We fervently Young, reporter

receive a Scholastic Honor students Red Cross, Dade County chapter, in terms of employment, of financial hope that the decisions he

must maintain at least a B and the following: security, and social ac- makes and the steps he (takes will
in conduct and studies. To earna Mrs. Geneva Collie and Mrs. 'ceptability' are widespread. Un- advance him culturally and eco- LIBERTY CITY ELEM.

Cooperative' Honor, studentsare Naomi Adams of George Washington schooled and untrained peopleare nomically *to a position of ready
required to maintain an "A", I Carver High; Mrs. Betty always at the mercy ot their acceptance into the world family. The faculty Is very proud of

in conduct. Sands, Mrs. Emma Spicer and superiors.' They can not ,participate His strongest and surest ally as the way its parents turned out
The following students received Miss Caretha Bawl, Dorsey Junior successfully in the normal he strives for this progress will for Parent-Teacher Oomfenence

honors for the first reporting High School; Douglas McKinnon conduct of civic and governmental -. be educational, education, and Day. We feel that your many
period: and. Mrs. Francine Hart, MaysHigh affairs. They must live like more education. suggestions, your enthusiasm,
School Mrs. Zelma Peters,
; in their surroundings
strangers own -
and sincere promise of
DISTINGUISHED: HONORS Mrs.. Maybelle Clark of North dependent the toler- VISIT THE SCHOOL your sup-
upon
pert will better enable us to do
8th grade Esther Beery Dade High; Mrs. Gwendolyn Bar- and of their
ance good graces facul- the Job for which we have pledged -
The administration and
7th grade Larry Thomas6th nett of Northwestern/ Senior High, fellow
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grade Stephanie Blon- Mrs. Catherine Mapp, Mrs. men. ty c not have all out that
dell, Georgette McIver, Marilyn Dorothy Graham of Booker T. DON'T BE ILLITERATEThe Northwestern cordially extendan parents on
Scott. Washington. Also assisting will invitation to Mr. and Mrs. day 'because there was not timeto \
adult education program Public to visit our school and our confer with all. Parents, our
2nd grade-Valeria Bland, Glena be Mrs Portia Sands of Mays
2nd grade Beatrice Mclver, High who will be in charge of available to any Dade counttan class during the observance of school doors are open to you at '
Martha A. WeltersSCHOLASTIC recreation and Miss Eddie Wilson is doing much to erase illiteracy American Education Week. Come all times, so come when the occasion -
of Liberty City Elementary and and lack of understanding from and criticize us; but, better yet, warrants it. .
HONORS L. C. Evans Elementary in our community. Our citizens can I come and join us in our great This is National Education
8th grade Saundra Lester, charge of the handcraift. improve their personal lot greatly struggle against the forces of Ignorance Month. We have many activities
Russ Jolivette, Paul Wyche Miss Agnes Jackson, North just by inquiring at the school; and non-participation in planned to share with you during
7th grade Marie Holmes: Lo- western High, will be Camp Director about how they can be helped. the American pattern of life.Teen's the week of Nov. 814.: It is said

na Bethel, Alan Blondell, 'Harold assisted by Albert Jenkins, I I I 1 I. 1 I L that A week without Church
Stuart, Frances Robinson. Sellna: North Dade High, and president makes cue weak." Many of our
Dean, Gail Jones. secondary County Council. Other teachers and students will begin
6th grade Joseph Hilton. leaders will be Miss Lillian Conference the week by attending various

4th grade Etta McIver, Pa- Hayes, Booker T. High, Charles churches in the Liberty City area,

tricia Styles, Thelma Hilton. Sands, Northwestern High, ; Jean. Nov. 8. Parents, may we see you
2nd grade Valeria Bland, Faison, Carver and James Floyd With HAROLD ANTHONY there? -
Casey, Carolyn Dixon, Evelyn of North Dade. There is nothing quite as important -
Hicks, Jacqueline McPhee, Rus- as being able to sit down:
sell Meriedy, Elfred Pinkard, It is Teen's Conference time greatest benefactors of our lives and enjoy a family dinner, especially

Paul COOPRATIVE Taylor, Patricia HONORS White. NorthwesternEvening, again. This time the topic of con- By our courtesy and attention if it is prepared by some-
one other than you. Well, we are:
versation is on courtesy and our gratitude. I am of the
6th grade: prove
going to do Just that Wednesday,
Joy Hamilton, Hermin Jenkins, High SchoolThe punctuality at school. opinion that our posture also reflects Nov. 11, is our special family
Eugene Smith, Sandra. Murray. What Is one of the most essential our gratitude and is a dinner day. Your child is anxious:
8th grade Albert Doyle, Rufus Evening High School announces parts of your education? Is means of courtesy. Sit erect! Do to have you come to school and.
Hughes, Alicia Jackson, JulIan that the Business Edu- there anything manly 'or ladylike not sprawl on your seat! A lazy have dinner with him; this is a
Johnson, Bernadette Seymour. cation Division will accept regis- about the lack of (good manners? posture is indicative of a lazy special. treat that you can't afford -,
7th +grade Sharon Clarg, Yolanda tration now for the secretarial mind. You must think and serious to miss. Please come out. .
Robinson.3rd refresher course which is to be- A boy or girl who is truly edu- thinking is difficult work. and eat with us.

grade Frances Bethel,' gin, in approximately two weeks. cated possesses courtesy. Your We realize that our parents are
will 'be little valueto You like to read don't ?
knowledge of you
Karen Edward, Sharon Holts, This course will be open to all hard working people, but a little
!Beverly Parks, Cheryl Reynolds, persons interested in qualifyingfor you in any walk of life if you Well, let's not ever touch or read fun is good f for our mental health.

Denise Sawyer, Janice Williams the school board's secretarial. have bad manners. anything on the teacher's desk Friday night, Nov. 13, Is Fun

2nd grade Alice E. Moss.. examinations. Apply in person or: As for punctuality at school; without first having permission. Night for our parents and their

phone your application to PLaza' always be on time, in fact, be on Privacy should always be re- friends. This is a. treat you really
4-0491. I time for spected. Often your teacher's can't afford' to miss. Come out
LILLIE C. EVANS ELEM. any engagement,
The Spanish class which has whether it be for play fo claw. bock ha information that you desire and dine, play games and enjoy

The many parents who attended been organized will get under way Punctuality is a social kindness but remember' it is her bOok. yourself, We have a surprise in

our last PTA meeting will early this month. It is regrettedthat and business. requirement Culti- Our mannersshow always. We store for you. .
agree that it was 'pleasant' and circumstances beyond the vate this habit during your like to do something that are not Mary F. Williams, principal
iR. J, Everette
informative one. Parents were ccntrol' of the local school administration school days. Do each assignedtask considered good manners. The, reporter
further enlightened on the'mean.. caused this delay I with the greatest care and one thing that comes to mind
I
ing of the grades on (their' ehJlcren's :!- however neatness. The 'right is
persons already enrolled heading on your now : Chewing gum, That,
report cards, through discussions will ,fee notified by letter paper and the work on every comrades, is forbidden in the I
held in each (grade group. as to the starting date. The delay: line should be exactly as specified public! And especially in school. FOR SALEBy
After the meeting a 'Tie Walk"was offers the opportunity to othersto What about our hats, boys? Let's
enjoyed by all. The lucky register during this brief inter- remember to remove them whenwe
ones walked home with the delicious Your personal' appearance, teen
inside of
are a* building, even
pies donated by parents im.The timers should Summons
; Spanish class art< the Frank be praiseworthy the corridors.

Our Parent-Teacher Confer- d Martin Eetementary SehJool, Clean hands, face and' fingernails iReg. Real Estate Broker
ence Day was attended by a totalof Richmond Heights is now meeting are necessary. Your clothing Our minds are open, rather. .
375: parent regularly. Persons in that area should be neat. Your hair should be open. So let's ask IN COCONUT GROVE
"Here Are Your Schools" who wish to enroll at this time must be well combed and trim- questions, plenty of them! Just Frame 2-bedroom home, $6-

month began with a week long may do so by applying at the med. remember to be courteous in 995 $500 down, $65 per month

celebration, Nov 1-7, Inviting; school office.BETHUNE. Carelessness is asking questions. Should your 3790 Oak Ave.
children to "Go Exploring In something that teacher ask a question of you, do
should not sneak
Books" Along with a special up on us. Oftenwe not ansfwer hep disrespectfully. Frame 9-roans bath large

Book Fair Exhibit, there wa a ELEMENTARY books are' careless about leaving our I Speak clearly, don't grumble or lot, $5,500: $500: down. 3623 Troy
beautiful display of art 'work and laving around. They should) mumble. Should there be any mis- Ave. ".
JBediune has been celebratingBook not be placed the
on ground while
book reviews done by children. understanding arise between
and Art Week Nov. 26. you
in play. Books should
you engage
The American: Education Week and teacher, see her after class VACANT LOTS
committee, Mrs. Rose Stewart It has been a thrill visiting our never be 'placed on radiators. and courteously clear any misunderstanding Desirable lot, :50x123 on Thomas -
library because there were many Heat: destroys the binding of
a
and Mrs. Edna Hall, chairmanand ave. and Margret St. $3,000
co-chairman have excellent displays of art, as hobbies book. Never mar a book with cash terms.
planned or
extensively for this week of Nov which make it perfect for drawing or writing. Often times our teachers are
9-14 the Book Fair that we are hav- called to the door or even out of Lot Florida and Brooker
In changing classes, rememberthat : on ave.
ing. Our "Book Fair" is unusualin
the room then check beha- St. $3,500.
your
running and
shoving
Plans are being made for our that we are displaying new as push- vior la it
perfect? Do sit
ing are entirely out of place in you
well other books. that
first Annual' LUUe C. Evans Dayproi'fQm as are quietly and use the time Lots in Goulds 75x123 $1,585.
any: ,school. In assembling or wisely ,
which helpful for the children. Two
will be held on by engaging' in $100 down, $50 month.
reading per
or
passing and
step quietly swiftly.
Book Reviews read each
Monday, Nov. 16. At that time were ?
studying Your character
Miss Lillie C. Evans and her morning and two stories were Avoid confusion and noise. There really LIBERTY
shines at FOR CITY
this time. A RENT IN
should be silence courteous
in all corridors.
Prince will be crowned. The time told by Mrs. Johnson and Mrs class
is 2 pan on the lawn of Lillie C Eugenia Williams over the public The greatest respect must always to without and a the teacher Is a credit 3 rooms and bath, 1882 NW
Evans Elementary, address system. be shown to a teacher. you teacher. 70th st.'Only $16 per week.

The University Miami pre- We have made many wonderful 'Sometimes we do not realize It, Well, you have been schooledin
sented its String Quartet to the plans for American Education but your teacher is one of the many small acts of courtesy 2-bedroom apt. 2151 NW, 55th St.

boys and girls of grades 4 thru 6 Week, and some of them are: and manners; now, Just please try
on Nev. 3. The String Quartet Poster Contest (posters will be indifferent to do those things which are good 2-bedroom apartment large Using -
under the direction of Victor stores in the community -I attend; and finally each day for act. of courtesy.: room 1728 NW 3rd court.
Stern rendered numbers such as ); Tuesday Assembly will be devotion an outstanding person In Until next week, long.
the Butterfly by Robert Schu- held by the parents for Teachers our community will speak to us so FOR THESE SPECIALS
mann; Serenade for Violin by Day and a delicious dinner is over the P. A system on the CALL DAY OR NIGHTPH.

Joseph' Hayden; Melody for Viola planned to celegrate the day by thyme for the dav. Register to Votal I HI 42448 or HI 60173

by Beethoven and many more the parents; Thursday: night; You are cordially invited. 3781 Grand Aye. Coconut Qrovfc'THE
wonderful arrangements which Open House, and a well planned Mrs. J. Crosby, reporter' Your Vote

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Inside Story of the PROBLEMS IN NEGRO'S '

HANDS I .,. NOVEMBER 7, 1959 PAGE 15
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Black Muslims that the American Negroes will quest, 857 NW 10th St., Ballan- AttentionThe
in
U.S.A. discover themselves, become familiar dale. Joseph Turnquest won the
with and proud of their prize, a steam iron. This affair Dorsey Junior High School
By MASCO YOUNG black heritage, and elevate their was sponsored by Mrs. Faye PTA regularly scheduled for
violence plan. distinguished men and women to Cleare, Mrs Mary Turnquest and Monday night Nov, 9 has been
While the actual financial HOW MUHAMMAD exalted positions. He feels that Mrs. Mable Oockett. They wishto cancelled, so that all parents may
WOULD'SOLVE
the
strength cf Muslims Is a closely main and basic responsibility i thank all who helped to makeit attend the science telecast slated
guarded matter in the organization NEGRO'S DILEMMA for effecting a solution of the a tremendous' success. fcir Tuesday night, Nov. 10, at 8
Black
It is safe to assume that Mr. Man's problems rests upon pan in the school auditorium. We
Elijah Muhammad's Muslims are "The solution to the American the shoulders of American Negroes urge you to ,please be present.E. .
the richest and most financially Negro's dilemma," he declares, themselves. They, he maintains The Southern Trumpeteers of
sound religious group of black "is for the (black man to take the should supply the money Miami started a singing programat K. Lockhart, principal!
offensive and and pay the price, make< the sacrifice -
men in America. True followersof carry the fight for Near Macedonia Baptist' Peter L. Thompson, president
,Islam are never found In the Justice and freedom to the enemy. and endure the suffering Church Saturday night and will
For no people, oppressed, to realize full manhood as black continue through this
nation's breadlines, in the Skid exploited month.
Rows of biiT cities, or on the relief and discriminated againstcan men.Broward Come one, come all and enjoy ,
rolls of urban communities. win a place in the sun on the I good singing. Rev. N. H. Phillips,
defensive - - - - - -
A 'proud and strongly clannish n "' - pastor. Advertise It Pays!

b"flv the Muslims enjoy a national Mr. Muhammad's followers
harmonious unity spiritual- claim I
that words such as these, ri
ly ,physically, psychologically, when cleverly taken out of con- i
s-cfally and financially that is text by those who oppose or fear County : Always/ lose On
unal'aralleled in any' other Ne- their leader, are often twisted Into i 1
gro group. stories that brand him as one NewsBy : \

Arguing and who wants' to overthrew the government . j.It'Il. Saturday ?
bickering
f'nitv. alcoholism pro- or who .I i'S urging violence : A a
drug
addiction
for the Nerio.The /
juvenile Then need this book
dilnquency and adult '''- you
Walter Bow :,
r"fmoPs, are unheard of in the truth of the matter is that ,J', ( Z g, ti k s It Tells:
MusMm
ptold this ranks. One Muslim"If broth- Mr. Muhammad, in advocating a M N e What number to play
reporter. you can united front for the black a
of
f'nd me any true Muslim who is America, is referring chiefly men to The PTA of Carver Ranches fc p How to Back them ,up
r'f'nfl"'E'd to a 'jail or prison tor the American Negro's puchasing Elementary School will meet on So you win
0 may
+
"f'tf'l'\mltt ng the kind of vicious power as the weapon to be used Wednesday night, Nov. 11. This /
r''m's that are daily filling in taking, the offensive that /will will also be the end of the mem- < a ; So come, write or call
1'prica's prisons and peneten- "win, a place: in the sun." And bership drive and "Mr. and Mrs. V:aries, we will buy him." this is precisely what many other PTA" will be chosen as the one \ %

Marriage! infidelity and Negro leaders have advocated and who brings in the highest numberof JAMAICA CANDLE SHOP
('" Tie$ ATe also] conspisciously ab-sex tried to ,preach fcc years. But members. There will be a 6965 N.W. 15th Ave.
*",,nt from the Muslim none has succeeded in aocoonpUhlnr Twilight School for the parents Miami 47, Florida
world.
While Mr. (Muhammad's this aim, as has this fiery only. The teachers will teach the
teach-
Muslim leader. parents and take them through
''n"'? Ho permit
a divorce when
pal' other some routine as their children.
attempts to
rt"17 have failed divorce save a mar- America's Muslims, inspired by Come out, parents, and make this
rarity ,Muslims. is a the teachings of their "Messen- affair a success.. Mrs. Susie Dan-
among ger" are already operating several iels, president; Mrs. E. Moss OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
'several months ago a Muslim hundred business establishments secretary
!(brother was arrested in a southern throughout the principal .Voters SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
citv and accused cf r.apinga cities of the nation. In White The /will
vMtf- woman.,, After the town Cloud, Mich., the movement operates hold its State Convention Sun- PSYCHIC READERLet
ntt!hls learned he was a Muslim a 140-acre farm which day, Nov. 15, from: 2 to 6 p.m. at
And, had listened to some of the supplies veegetables and beef to Dillard Elementary School Auditorium -
MllcHm views on the white man Its numerous grocery stores and Ft. Lauderdale. All
tlnri white woman, they conclud- meat markets Muhammad's chapters of the state will be rep-
** that "V0 true Muslim] could Temple of Tslam. No.2. and its re ented. Won't you please be a
rape a white woman" adjoining University of Islam in guest from Carver Ranches
Chicago, which seats more than League? Thank you for your sup
Adherence to these strict rules 1,000, contains an auditorium, port Clayton W, Smith, rpesldent;
*' behavior and strong beliefs is balcony and meeting rooms was Ernest O. Smith, vice president.
1'1'1' l Q mrt of Elijah Muhammad's purchased for $93,500. The move-
ft"hltOU+ Plan] to, elevate the ment also owns and operates Star Light Lodge No. 542 will
J\"p..ro In America through a non- apartment houses, restaurants, meet Friday, Nov. 6 at the Ma-
bakeries dry cleaning establishments sonic Temple on Pembroke Roadat
shoe repair shoos. dress' 8 pin. Clarence Johnson,
shops, guest houses and" barbershops WJM., Hiram Ash, secretary.
"WITH
GOD ALL /which provide the links
THINGS for a powerful financial chain Sunday was a big day for St
ARE that extends from Boston, Mass, Anne's Episcopal Church. They
POS to Los Angeles, Calif, had a sale for the Organ Drive at
IR'.1;: SAYS the home of. Mrs Mary Turn-

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inscribed In He- the troubled seas of life. Let not him that Is blind lead you or
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4-9) and you
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THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper" Dade.;' This will be the opening committee of some 49 educators, .
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1959 I I public program.. of the Evaluation. headed by Dr. Mahlon C. Rhaney
of the school. dean of arts and sciences at Fla.
'- A&M University, will work at NEW CBS HOMES
the school with the entire North .\ ..
North Dade Urges k. Dade family in an effort to find.
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Sale : out Just how well the needs of Orchard Villa
Houses for
Parents to Come the community locally, as well as 1L
in general are being met or sat- Liberty City
IN LIBERTY ,CITY And. SeeMrs. isfied by the curriculum that ", .
prevails there. These educators Brown Sub
Agnes McCoy, the sincere '
2-bedroom new CBS, Fla. hard working president of the WilC ccme'trom the local area as
room, steel fence, terrazo very active North Dade PTAcurrently t well as from the several sections Opa LockaAll
floors, large lot and sprinkler ( recovering from a recent of the State. They especially. rge
operation) and Principal you again to come and see wit beautiful 3 bed-
system. $2,500 down. Charles D. Wyche, who has doneso fr nerd n,
much, lor the advancementand u, is being done or what is not being rooms, some as: lops; .as $795
enlightment of the entire done for your children,<'Ale down. ''No closing costs. No
2-bedroom CBS. Tile bath, Opa Looka area as head of the you interested? .'i,"
I school, this week joined forces to :1l..1: qualifying.
Florida Lot size
room. urge parents, leaders of the area
For information call visit
50x143. Furnished. $2,500 and the citizenry as a whole to or
down. be in attendance on Sunday even-
ing at 7:30: o'clock in the audi- CORINTH BAPTISTRev. WEEKS & WEEKS
torium. At this time they will
2-bedroom frame on three have the opportunity of seeing W T. Thomas, pastor REALTORSPL
lots facing two streets Zon- nearly 200 members of the student Phone NE 5-1518

ed industrial, $1,500 down. entitled body"Mn participate K. Looks in at a North skit --..- Sunday School....................... 930: 8-2511
/MRS. AGNES McCOY Morning worship ................. 11:00
PTA President Evening worship .................... 7:30 5600 N.E. 2nd Ave.
1-bedroom frame lot Come and hear gospel\ preacherand
on
With
this
beginning a vls1t1n.gp. successful pastor

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WITNESSES I I hurt .from the clcse- state leaders in the Negroes fight I with City Manager Ira Wlllard. Include Rev. A. L. Lowery: of las F i
BALK ; HEARINGS | for first class citizenship last //week will meet with County Tampa', president of the NAACP is m user elled to a to or Its !}
A co.mbination'of NAACP state Manager O. W. Campbell Mon- conference; Mrs. Ruth Perry of ran n 11eF o T list I
END- mom hI II
officers Miami Branch officers, day morning to ask him to open Miami, state secretary-treasurer but Ida ; I
The much publicized legislative race leaders and white liberals the county beaches .and pools or and Mrs. Vernell P, Albury: ,. a require. at4itnes ruling"must
hearings tc. prove Communist infiltration were .summoned to Tallahassee face a federal court suit.. former state treasurer. pet-ti ions a n answer 'd-
Into the Miami NAACP en 'Wednesday to testify before True to its promise of sticking The Rev. Theodore Gibson, Identify for thV committee suspected
grounded to an abrupt end Thurs- the committee on the alleged by its memlbers the national office (president of the Miami NAACP, Communists who are also
day morning !with nothing accomplished Communist Infiltration. of the NAACP sent two of G. E Graves Jr., attorney for the members cf the NAACP."
other than 'wasting a It is by no means accidentalthat its top legal eagles to aid Miami Miami branch and the Rev. E.
lot of people's time and spendinga this inquiry was hurriedly attorney G. E. Graves with the T. Graham, a foamier president, The Rev. Lowery, Father Gibson -
lot of the taxpayers money. called just a few days after the legal assistance to all members also received subpoenas. and the Rev. Graham were
Miami Rep. Cliff Herrell and Miami branch began an intensi- concerned. Robert. Carter of New Other Miami witnesses were cited for contempt of court at j
1 legislative 'committee counsel fied campaign to integrate Miami York and Frank Reeve of Arlington Sands Mr. and Mrs., the hearing. They refused to answer -
Mark Hawes ranted and raved and Dade county public recrea- Washington, D. C. were in the Richard Stiller and Abe Sorkin. questions asked by the com I
but got nothing but their feelings tional facilities. capitol for the shortlived hearings. Some of the witnesses refused I mittee.



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The times are changed and we are changed with them '

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37TH YEAR NO. 11 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, !NOVEMBER 7, 1959 PRICE 10 Cents 16 PAGES

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a Mass Chargeswere a Negro youth on a Halloween
k expected to be filed Thurs- escapade.
day against eiiht teen-age white William Ray Prather, 15, was
boys who have confessed shying struck in the hood by 80 shotgun
F S pellets at close range (while returning -
from a Halloween party
MRS. TAYLOR Saturday night at the local Ne-
f gro hl'ih' school. He died 24 hours(
CITED BY B.-C. later in a hospital
Hi* companion, Lavelle Powell,
COLLEGE a 16-year-old boy, leaped behind
a tree to avoid';, the blast but was
hit in the ear and was' hospital-
-9v:' ized in a state of shock.
The white boys had 'been driv-
S4 ing around town in a 'pickup ,
.
4 truck "looking for trouble," 'police .4.A/ }I"
ti
said, and descended on the Benjamin D. HeJdt has been
two boys in a Negro section awarded cnc of the 15 National: I
The boys were picked up later Science Foundation Fellowship
The Elks Grand Daughter Lowe on a shopping tour of Lin- for questioning. One broke down for Undergraduate Research Participation -
Ruler Nettie Carter Jackson and coln Road At 12 noon they were yesterday and implicated the at Howard University
sister, Dt. L. Lowe, personal sec- the luncheon guests of Dt. E. r others .who also confessed. in the Department of Physics.
retary, were the house guests of Espy Johnson at the Phyllis After the shooing white resi- Ho is the son of Mrs. Ellen l
Dt. Mrytle Davis last !week. There Wheatley School. She was intro- dents started a drive for fund Hcidt Wootcn, English instructor -
was nothing denied to make her duced to the faculty, Dade Stu- for the murdered youth's mother, at Northwestern Senior High.
visit to Miami a pleasure. dent Welfare workers and personnel Mrs. Lottie Tatum, and family. School. Young Heldt is a 1058
of the juvenile court. More than $150 has been received graduate of Booker T. Washl1'11ten :- I r
They were met at the airportby Thursday Dts. Screen and Rivers it was reported.SAMMY\ High School.
Dt. Ruler Marion Muldrow and .
escorted their guest to Goulds --
vice Dt. Ruler Olivia Rogers. where they visited their relativesthe r I ,
Seen pinning corsages on the T. Z. Rouxa and Mays High
hcnored guests. Also at the air- School. She reported an enjoyablevisit Longshoreman Killed j
port were: Dt. Ruler Solomon, of In the Magic City. f fIn
Atlas Temple and Dts. Screen Dt. Myrtle Davis will 'Join the ,
and Rivers. Grand .

Friday morning' Dt. Rivers took kegec. 11th Street
the Grand and her secretary Dt. ence. -- ----- Gunfight'i

The Awards and Honors Com- i
mittee of Bethune Cookman Col-
lege cited Mrs. Ora D Taylor Nathaniel Wright, 30, ot 1940 ,
4 White Students Told Ices real estate broker educa-I MISS. JURY WINKSAT NW 103rd it., rd., was killed
tor; church and civic worker for PARKER Tuesday in a gun battle with a
I having achieved in education. man who floured as a witness ina
and recently for having climbedthe LYNCHING shooting scrape the dead man
real estate ladder from bot- was, Involved in. { ,
To Enter 'Villa' School Popularvllle, Miss. The
The
tom to top in four years, with gunfight took place outsidelount'a
Pearl River County Grand Jury
plans fcr future expansion in her Bar on the corner of '
new career of real estate. adjourned Thursday without returning llth st. and First ct. The victim r''

Turned down when they asked area or enrolled in private The presentation was made at Charles Parker indictment lynch In case.the Mack engaged in heated words with another i
for transfer to all"!White schools, schools according to school offi the Ninth Honors and Awards longshoreman, Frank
The not
lynch was
four white children were backin cials. Convocation held In Moore'sAuditorium cue men Smith, 47, of 6820 NW 7th ct., ;
tioned In the final
Jury's reportto
and both
'went the
classes at Orchard Villa School Those who dropped out of theschool on Wednesday evening -' Circuit Judge Scbe Dale. That men into
: at Bethune Cookman College. street to tight it out
this week. when it was integrated
there will be state
means no action -
Wright 'got the Jump on Smith
The racially Integrated school were entitled to a public hearing The address wa delivered by
the killers of Parker
against
now has nine white end 453 col- but they did not ask for one. Bishop Fred P. Corson Methodist truck driver who dragged- and fired one shot into his groin
was
and another
his
into shoulder. As
Church. The
ored children. Principal Clara Pearsall is reported Episcopal music
from his Jail cell and shot to
Three cf the seven who were to have stated that the was rendered by the famous' Be- I Smitb fell to the ground he drew
death last April 25 while awaiting
I children thune-Cookman choir, under tho his gun and fired two shots into
refused reassignment by the of both races "are learn-
of
trial on charges raping
a
Wright He died
direction of Thomas Demps. an hour later In
board, have removed from that ing in both directions. white woman
The beautiful array of cans; and Jacikson Memorial Hospital.
The Jury in session since Monday Smith Is In serious condition.
gowns worn by guests and faculty -
returned 17 indictments for Both men used .38 pistols. .
members told the high type
I other crimes but apparently did Wright was due to stand trial
3 Charged With Murder of educators who are guiding the I J
religious and educational training not call for evidence collected later this month for firing eight
cf the trainees who have during the month-long FBI investigation shots Oct. 18 on the city docks at
Three Perrine men were charged unfortunate man at Coral Reef availed themselves of the oppor- Alfred Ycumam. Smith was
last weekend by Metro Homicide !- Drive and U. S. 1 end offered tunities of the college. After the The Jury report said "Our olepUrl:05e scheduled to testify at the trial.
has been to seek
detectives with the killingof him a ride to his Florida City Honors Convocation, the guests] : Justice. SUSPECT KILLED
a Bahamian laborer. One of residence according to police re- were entertained- at Faith Hall I based..on properly submitted evidence. 1. In another fatal shooting Tues
them is awaiting trial on. ports. where pictures of the honoree: day Miami Policeman Gerald J.
charge of rape., They took him to the DIGIogio I were made. [ I Diiffe felled a fleeing burglary
Packing. Hotpe( instead and Allen MM Taylor 1 I. the wife of Rev l DAVIS. JR. suspect as he sprinted through
'Herman Allen 18, allowed rap Is reported I to have admitted W. E. Taylor, pastor of GIMyj TO WED the rear yard at 2168 NW ThirdSt.
ist; Fred Harris. 27, and Celester shooting Adderley in the chest Chapel AME Church, North MIamI BLONDE .
Brown, 19, admitted police said with a .22 pistol after the three Beach. She U sales managerof TORONTO( Sammy Davis The victim was not immediately
that they were implicated In the had scuffled v with him. Armstrong Manor, a new residential Jr., talented entertainer, climaxed identified
murder and attempted robbery of subdivision of Richmond o 10-day whirlwind courtship --- -
Charles J. Adderley, 36, a farm A tip led to the questioning Heights and resident: of Tri- Thursday by announcing he night club recently and "endedup
worker from the Bahamas, whose end arrest of' Allen a detective County Real Estate Brokers Association would marry a pretty Toronto on cloud seven." It would be
body was found on Sept. 6 In a said and Hams and Brown'were which Includes Dado dancer. her first marriage and Davis' 2nd.
field, at Perrine. arrested by two members of Droward and Palm Beach COUP- Hcney-blonde Joan Stuart 21, ,The wedding i is supposed to come
Allen admitted picking up the Metro'a' I1omltIde squad.UITIITIIIIIIII. ties. , met Sammy, 33, In a Montreal Loff l sometime after Christmas




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2 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER. 7, 1959 I- YOUR MORTGAGE


Richmond Heights 'Flashes PAYMENTSAre


Daughter Elks Bead By ORA D TALVOR Too High!

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Visits temples Here HEIGHTS STUDENTS AT features MMHfaMMBM and more for nothing You are 'getting behind, you

closing, $11,500
down $345 need some extra cash now I
BETHUNE COLLEGE total cost. Only one mortgage,
'. interest pay out in 16 years. TAYLOR can get lower
ow you
Mrs. Nettie Carter Jackson, Nelson Dupree the V-Tone, Records While visiting, tHe} campus of Yes, in 16 years a home owner.:
'
Grand Daughter Ruler IBPOEW I star, and the .Del-Knights: Beth'une-Cockman' College on last Come to our Model Home, corner payments, cash now, and
visits Greater Miami Temple 769, of United Artists Records, were I' Wednesday to receive a citation 151st, and 107th ave., near F.a.
Wednesday, Oct. 28 with Dt. Rul- among the entertainers wh y for achievement in business and Power and Light Station as you help make your payments
er Marion Muldrow presiding ,pitched In and helped Kae wind human relations, where I was the Heights from Highway for
after the usual, opening. The up his promotion at the UtptvwnWoman's most pleasantly entertained, I had enter The string of bright flags you.
Grand Daughter Ruler properly the pleasure to meet many students one. have
let knew that you
regaled was graciously introduced from Dade County. Among. will arrived. you Your Scribe, sales manager Phone FR91703J.
and presented to the Temple. them were the daughters of the will
She was received by the daugh- Day At Taylors of Filmore Street and the with a polite personnel
and evenings
R.
daily TAYLOR
ters with a great ovation.. The St. James AME Culvers cf, May: High School. greet until you. nine.Open .
Grand Daughter Ruler, with her They each asked me to convey I
sterling silver gavel, took over Church kindest regards to parents and Your humble; Scribe apologizes Licensed Mortgage Broker
the (meeting the rest of the ses- Mends. These young people in- for the weeks that passed with- i r I

sion. Much valuable information Sunday, Nov. 15 premises to bea s. ire me not only because they out our Richmond Heights
was given the Temple regardingthe big day at St. James AME were from our community, but I Flashes. Many calls have come i in
.set-up and Temple procedure. Church. The two chairmen, Mrs. because they represent "The i for which we thank you heartily
Many Dt. Rulers and Daughterscame Sarah Mdbley and Mrs. Susie Hope of Our Future ..Generation." We have been very busy; with Open 12-5 Sunday
from far and near to pay Smith, together with the 52 cap- I Armstrong Manor Homes. Now
homage' to the First Lady of Elk- HOUSE GUEST j 1029 N.W. 55th St.
tains
and lay-women are in the I that we are on our merry way ;
dom. There, was question and final stages of preparation. From I Mrs. Ruth Washington of. Flint'! with that project with your help
Furnished
and $495
answer period
many seem the activity and enthusiasm 'I ;
Michigan is house guest at the and that of many former students i I
ingly unsurmountalble
problemswere shown, this promises to be a new and old friends and the Miami
home of her friend Mrs. Ruth
: $81.50
solved. Visiting Deputy Dt. highlight in the history of St. I I Times press, we again assume Monthly Buys
Freeman of Jackscn Street. Mrs.
Jessie Giles made a few remarks! James. All efforts are geared to '' I This newly decorated
former weekly column. 2-
also visiting : Rulers. Washington will remain in Miami our
Dt m'kin; this a' fact. I' We hope' that you:! will continue bedroom home
The Grand commended Dt. for an extended time. We had a I tropically
Mrs.
Marian Shannon whose
Ruler Muldrc'A': for her program experience In African Methodism, pleasant chat with her, and found i to send news of our beautiful I set in the rear of this large

and the loyal support of the gives her the background for a the hour' much too short with this I Richmond Heights---- -- -- duplex lot. -
daughters,. especially Vice Dt. profound message to women of most pleasing personality. We I
Ruler OUvia Rcgers: and Dt. Alto the area when she speaks on the wish for her a most pleasant visit. I TOOTH"ACHE JE 1.1235

Screen for her on the spot trans- theme for the day: "Virtue Woman's -I ARMSTRONG MANOR FIRST J tquim from
portation.' Fortress in Today's World." HOMES BUILDINGThe tubt. Pain DEVORY
Greater Miami, Liberty' and Don't fail to mark the date on first eleven homes of Woes. you are con in tie
Atlas ondi. (Cud by
dispirits
Temt'les were hostesses for calendar for with
your an important '
Armstrong Manor Lincoln Uiou ind ..lORA.JEL
on Pain you cm
the refreshment hour In the
engagement. We will be expecting I Boulevard rely on OftA-JEl
club's Blue Room. Dt. Hester Rivers to see all of our friends and /well I near 117th ave. are for fast t. .ff.c. [ *
Greater Miami, was the w'shers on that date. being built noW' Eleven happy firs yells}. Just Drive Carefully
families will move in by Decem-
chairman. Our special thanks to You
are always welcome at St
Evalted Ruler Rivers and Bills James AME Church. The Friendly ber 15 for a "Merry Christmasand "
Chas. Lowe, very' Reed, Chapman Church. a Happy New Year.
McCoy, and Brady who Your Scribe wishes to thank
were on me spot with every I I the hundreds of friends who have
courtesy extended for the I helped to make Armstrong Manor
cc :-n-
fort of our guests. JOHNNY SEZ: a reality tcdav. We are planning

The following committee Dts. Because of the tremendous "! to build hundreds of these "Net i %
Bertha Lewis, Alice Dean Better But Best Homes." We wil!
variety of goods we
Blanche Dean begin building the next section of
Pinkie Lowe, HI carry, the fine duality, the You
Rivers, E. Espy Johnson, Myrtle Armstrong Manor Homes in Jan- CsQ
crisp freshness the
Davis, Edna Davis Maude Glass, low very uary, 1960. We have many applications ) -
prices we charge, It Is
Sytoul' Boirgous, Spero Caklne, no wonder that so many already waiting for these ,7.N vlct ., Uwub
Bertha Perry, Corlee Daniels and thousands of people, beautiful modern homes. They 4 I .
happily
Annie 'I have three large bedrooms with
Thompson. The
meetingwas patronize us. To ,all of youa '1wY,
closed with Fellowship by I million thanks for making walk-in closet the width of the WAY I
the Grand Daughter Ruler. rocm; living-dining
us the leader In our field. bull
I room; in oven and stove
Every day we get the finest
(gas or electric L
); back porch can
I merchandise from M. B.,
OX 1.6821s
be mode into
a Florida Room
ANGRY KAE the Gable, "the Islands" other or
; beautiful design a home
Our prices start sot: blouses
WILLIAMS TO SUE that you will be
happy to call
5f, silk skirts, dresses 10*
your home All! of
these modern
BIG MAYBELLEPhiladelphia cotton or wool skirts dress

es 15* uo, ladles, Jackets 15< -- ..
Claiming a loss 2 for 25*. ladles hats 16* --
cf approximately $8,000 in box up, slips and bras 25c up;
office money Philadelphia disc also selection better dresses
jockey and theater show promo- men's ties U, dress pants
ter Kae "Loud Mouth" Williams 23* up, over 50,000 work YOUR! CREDIT IS Lit
had plenty to be loud about last pants, and shirts 49t each;
week when Big Maybelle, the 600 3 for $1.25, dress shirts 49*,
pound blues singer who head- name shirts 99*, latest style
lined his star-studded entertainment 3 button tingle breastedsilk

package, walked out before or worsted men's suits deplv
the Uptown Theatre promotionwas $12.50 each records 10*, 15* BAKER'S
scheduled to close. albums $1, dishes 5*, pocket
"iBIg Maybelle collected $1,000 novels 3 for 25*-Loads / store
fcr seven days at my Uptown of children's clothing _
blues versus rock and poll show," thousands of other articles,
Kae said, "and I gave her a $200 at low, low prices such as
retainer when the show was held toppers. ladles ivilts, sport
over for three extra days, sinceIt Jackets drapes, spreads,
was so successful the first blanket "beautiful antiques .
week! She was to get a total of dishes and silver
$500 for the extra days. ware," radios,
phonographs,
Due at the Uptown at 2:20 p.m. mantle clocks,
rollaway
Friday afternoon showtimewas beds with mattresses '
bl.| NOjWONEY DOWN
3:05: ,p.m. Big Maybelle I cycles, tricycles, Irons, I
failed to put in an appearance.' I lamps, chests, chairs. army

When Kac IHotel checked where at the she Chesterfield was- come.clothing Everybody Etc. Dealer Is. wel.wel) . .: ,<* ** -, ., >* J V' .,;. ; s- '..$. 47 .f... ,',.< >' '. . .' '

staying. he learned that she had come at Johnny J t e '
Million ;
'
> .
; e e s -- ; .
checked out early Friday morn- abet/ e .- .
Wholesale Retail ' ', *''*. .' '" '.' ..' ' '. '
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inff. Center - '? )'' ' /" ';'' !>( ,/ ;i '!'" ' :' '' '.;'**' "''''''' -'.,'->',,,' *'
5327
I NW 36th Ave.,

local Kae and Immediately national AGVA called office the Open corner 9-8 54th Mon.8t. NE thru 4.0275 Sun. bii)||II the Clpf lijnc( S |urii jf iir bktil nces

end the Associated
Booking: P-8. Tops paid for your ..;-. ',' : ' ;' .. ; ';- .: ,- :... '' "
In !New and
Corp. York was told good used merchandise
that Big Maybelle "knew on the OPEN ALL DAY yqineqd, EdsicsoMesf s
9th of October (the day Williams'show e
started at the Uptown) that SAT. AND SUN.

she was due at the New Central

Bar In Newark, N.J. on Friday, ce mtf
Oct. 16. fThe disc Jockey lawyer
Paul C. Astor, has filed a complaint -

office In with New AGVA's Yotk for national monies LOTS FOR SALE ].........................................-y

and given salary to- Mayibelle supposedly as a due retainer her. Corner Build 150 x 120 I HAM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I.. JBrMcj or

theater Since the marquee advertising of the on your lot ADDRESS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .I.' : . .
newspaper or mine a

and 'posters all over the city advertised We PHONE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : .
Big Maytoelle as the take care of financing .

chief attraction, Kae Williamswas How Long f. MIami. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..:
' forced to hire men to stand NO MONEY DOWN
near the theater's cashier booth EMPLOYER.I'i,:
to Inform the customers that the Cash paid for your lots or
blues vocalist would not appear U . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ii: _ _
on the show. "I had to do this," homeSEYMOUR
List 2 Place Where You Here Credit :
he explained, "to (preserve my BARON ( '

for reputation dependability and, keep clear.my" record JE 81340Licensed I 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .:

Roberts Little of Willie the local John,(Northwest Pinkney: and Insured Builder s s 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ti:

Club's Booty! Green" fnv .. .1
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: Sports ,andScholastic place to 7th place behind Jones,
''B. T. Washington: and Maya who I
Chatter are all' tied for 6th ,place in the ,

By E. H. McLIN conference standings 'I I
Howard Blake of Tampa, cur-
FOOTBALL SCORES: rent leaders of the conference I
Northwestern 19, North Dade 6 toppled Roosevelt Hiiih of West
Rochelle 25; Pinellas 19 Palm Beach 32-0 to keep their i
Dillard 33; Attuck. 0 slate cean.: Two: weeks ago How-
d h,. Howard Blake 32; Roosevelt 8 ard defeated Attucks 330. Last
Mays 60; Richardson 0 week Dillard defeated Attucks ..
MIddleton 14; Glbbt 7 33-0. This week HoAord and Dil
lard will meet at Ft. Lauderdalein
Dillard High Schocl} of Fort the game that will ,probably I
Lauderdale, last year's Big "9" make or break' the Yellow Jac-
South Florida Conference' cham- kets' aspirations for top honorsin I
pions, have had a rough time the conference, come the last
breaking into the win column cf this month. -
this season up until last week
I They had played a total, of five I Where they play Nov. 5:
befcre last week. Their Jones High at Northwestern
Shown above are a majority of the ed into one of the nation's premier ath- games standings were, no wins, 2 lost, November 6:
Blossom and 3 tied for a percentage of Plnellaa High at Glbb
members of the 1959 Orange letic events Again Florida Governor Le-
Palmetto
Union at
300 However this past week the Academy
famed Orange
Classic Committee. The Roy Collins has accepted the honorary Panthers clawed their way Into Rochelle High at Lake Wales
Blossom Classic, sponsored annually by the win column in a very impressive Howard Blake at Dillard

Florida A and M University, has develop- chairmanship_____ of the interracial committee. way as they downed the November 7:
n Attucks High team 33-0. This Carver at B. T. Washington I I
win pushed ,them up from 11th May at Attuckt ,

Gov. Collins Heads O.B. Tar Hurricanes Heels FridayCoral Face CONFERENCE ALL GAMES J

Gables, University of W L T Pet. W L T Pet.
Howard Blake 5 0 0 1.000 8 0 0 1.000
Miami's football forces will be
up Northwestern 4 1 1 .750 4 1 2 ,7H t
against a team far stronger on,
Classic CommitteeTallahassee Middleton 3 1 2 .750 4 1 2 .714 '
offense than the Kentucky Wild-
Roosevelt 2 1 0 .667 4 1 0 .800
I cats 'were last week when the Carevr 3 2 0 .600 4 2 0 ..667BT ,
Hurricanes meet big Universityof 3 1 1 .70e
Washington 1 1 1 .500
Florida's Gov COMMITTEE ON North Carolina Friday night in Jones 2 2 0 .500 4 2 0 .667 I ,
ernor LeRoy Collins has agali the Orange Bowl Mays 2 2 0 .500 4 2 0 .667
accepted the honorary chairman HOUSING FOR This wrd comes from Tom Dillard 1 2 2 .400 1 2 3 .417
ship of the Orange Blossom Clas O. B. CLASSIC O'Boyle' line coach of the Hurricanes North Dade 1 3 0 .250 3 3 0 .500
sic and Festival Committee. who has been scoutingthe Attucks 1 3 0 .250 '2 4 0 .333
{ ; Appointment 'of an Orange Tar Heels this year. Glbbs 0 5 0 .000 1 5 0 ,167 jl
Governor Collins' acceptant Blossom Classic sub-committee on What, North Carolina is capable. Blanche Ely 0 5 0.000 1 5 0 .167 '
was disclosed by Dr. George V7. housing, has been announced by of doing may well be shown ia
Gore Jr., president 'of Florida Florida' A&M University President !-I games that the Tar Heels !played ----
A and M University and Committee '- George, W. Gore Jr, chair with South Carolina' one of the
chairman, who also announced man of the Orange Blossom Classic ranking teams of the nation, and
the composition 'of the inter and Festival Committee. I Clemson. North Carolina gave I

racial committee.The Florida A&M annually sponsorsthe South: Carolina a good beating, RADIO DISPATCHED
1959 Orange Blossom Clas- Classic and Festival, which 19 to 6, and the Tar Heels play-
sic game will be played on Sat has grown Into one of the nation'sOTJ ed a thrilling 18 to 20 game with Cabs
urday night, December 5 In Mi athletic attractions. The 27th Bowl Bound Clemson, another of Magic City
classic the event is affectionately
annual as
ami's mammoth- Orange Bow the nation' powerhouse' elevens.In .
Stadium. Florida A and M is always 'known will be held pre-season ratings, North 24-HOUR SERVICEALSO
the host in the game and: the weekend of December 4-5 Carolina was ranked No. 3 in. the
,
with with the ,football game being United States. SUB AND
team
traditionally meets a SERVING LIBERTY CITY, BROWN
scheduled fcr Saturday night The Tar Heels have full
a similar outstanding' gridlroi a
Bowl COCONUT GROVE AREAS
December 5 In the Orange
record at the end of the season. fledge All-American in Al Goldstein -

The 'Classic" as the event 1S Stadium.) Oharles C. North, owner of theNorth's end He's a great pass receiver I Phones: FR 3-0539 and FR 3-7004
familiarly known, actually wil 1104 NW reports Coach' OBoyle.
Travel Bureau
get underway on Friday, Dec. 4, The UM coach also reports that Fla. }
Ird is chairman of the hous- Terrace Miami
ave. 314 N.W. 16th ,
with some 'of the traditional features North Carolina' has many other
ing sub-committee which is composed -
moving into focus. I talented
most pass receivers John ,
of scone of the city's
Schroeder, end, is 'one of them,
Other members of the 1951; orominent citizens who are members -
while most of the halfbacks and
OBC Comittee include Mayo: 'of the committee. .
Robert King High of Miami: Wil Other members include Dr. Ira fulbacks are pass receivers.MAYS' 1 *' / .. ,;r.,
1fR11'"RI11", Bags, editor. Miami 'P Davis dentist; Garth C ; : 'i'ir
News: Jack Bell columnist, MIami Raves, .manajdn-r editor Miami BACKS ._
Herald: Karl Bishopric. president Times" ; Samuel Cohen. 'principal, RUN WILDMays
Blshopric-Green-Fielden. Vorfhwestem High School: Chas.
Tnc: Luther L. Brooks, president, Hadlev Dade C+'unty Health DeDaTtment High of Goulds broke
Bnnrl..H Collection! Agency: Ev- and Charles Lockhart, their backs !loose for long gajns,
Brett Butler guidance' counselor, communitv relations director,! last night and came up with a
Tv>r 5ev Tr H'ah School: JuliarCole !! Bonded Collection] Asency 54-0 victory over Richardson Hi
Venn-Cole-Assoclates: D Out-of-town iwrsons who de- of Lake< City In the Rams' Home-
C. Coltin ten, director, Information 1re' hmtsinff! in Miami and Miami crmlng at Homestead.
Service, Fla. A and Mi: Reach hotels and private hous- Cecil Young got away for 83,
Frank Buch mn. State Board oi in' and who have been unsuc- 76 and 62 yards for touchdowns ',: ,\
Control, Tallahassee: Samuel cf fohen. principal' Northwesterr mate should contact Chairman another Furman Oat<"wood raced '
Hlfh' School: Dr, Nathaniel' Colton North WN' telephone number is 35 and 32 yards to score and Bob
FR 96779. Cunningham went 33 for another
hvHnn! ; George W. Con-
olv executive' vTetanr. General touchdown. The other was a
ON SALE
TICKETS'
Alumni' A"oeiatlon; Dr Ira P I four-yard plunge by Frank Wood.

T)'v II rrwnr The Davis Printerr: David on sale at the following locations:I ave.! Mary Elizabeth Hotel, 642
71 T)*hhs. acei l-tnnt director Vocational North Travel' Bureau: Community NW 2nd ave; and Grand Drugs,
education, Dade County:I Drug Store 6750 NW 15th 3640 Grand Ave. Reserve seats
rvw -i ic. Florida' A And M: A. S
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"T,**' ('hlth,, athletic director
and head coach' Florida A and M;: J. B. SMITH
R,.v F.rtwrrt T. Graham, 'pastor, LOANSM. "
Mt Zion Baptist Church ELECTRICSERVICE

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Charles Hadley Dade County '
Health Department: Dr. Godfrey :
W. Hawkins dentist: W. C. Her- 'E. GOLDSTEIN Electrical ContractorHOUSEWiRING "<.",:; ,
representative! Florida State ; :
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Legislature! ; Charles C. ''"
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owner, North's Travel Bureau, Chattel and Real EstateMORTGAGES "Don't cuss Call us" 'I", .
J. R. E Lee Jr.. vlc, president, ': ,
Florida' A and M; Willis Murray PHONE OX 1-3625 {)
presIdent. Miami Chapter, Florida -
A and M Alumni Association Reg. Broker FR 7.2643 Night or DaynSTAR -

f H R Partridge. business manager
f Fla A and M; Elliott J. Peen,
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columnist Miami Times: Nathaniel -
R. Powell, head football coach
Carver High School; Lew Price,
director of publicity( City of Miami -' 1 MEAT MARKET In Fine Whiskey. .
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Garth C. Reeves, editor, Miami FLEISCHMANN'S '
Times; Donald Twtty assistant to
the business manager Fla. A and
1520 N.W. 62nd St.
Malcolm Ross editor, Univer-
M:
sity of Miami: C. J Smith, III, .. is the BIG buy 1
director of public" relations Fla. "
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1959 RELOCATING THE POOR I

The time is drawing near for beginning the buildingof x
the North-South Expressway. This project, as is well

known, will work hardships not only upon active people
who must give up their homes, most of them at a sacrificebut
upon some senior citizens who are not able to do verymuch
for themselves. These people mUst be relocated.It .
is the responsibility of the Housing Authority. As r e
Office at 1112 N.W. Third Ave.. Miami, Florida-Phone FR 3.2236
Plant at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 far as we know little has been done for relocation by the 9 r
authorities.The '
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: matter has been broueht before them by the a.ry .
ONE YEAR $4.90 SIX MONTHS 2.75 THREE MONTHS $1.70H.
Citizens Housing and Planning Council of Dade County,
E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor The Greater Miami Urban League and others.
; Garth C. Reeves, Managing Editor and Business Manager
Now comes the Planning Council with another at-
tempt. On November 6 this group will start a survey of
Entered a* Sermx Clam Matter, Anpwt 0, 1927 at the Post! Office displaced persons.Vomen of both races will work in
at Miami Florida,'under the act of March 8, 1876 ry
pairs. On N ov.11 a meeting will be held at the home of
TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLIS Mrs. Miriam Frank, 449 Miller Road. Pd Y'a ii
The Time* Are Changed And We Are Changed With Them" For further information read the story on page 7 of :

this week's Miami Times.
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKYe Club women and other civic workers should be inter- Mrs. Geraldine Ashe-Allen wl:1:
ested in this project.An be presented in recital at Mt.
Editor spent met weekend in Nassau, Bahamas, Olivette Baptist Church 1450
appeal is made to clergymen to call their N3Y 1st court,
our Monday, Nov. 9,
leaving with Charles North of the North Travel Bureauon
congregation's attention to this matter. at 8:15: pjn. The affair Is being
Friday afternoon and returning on Monday morning.
sponsored by the Training Union
Private enterprise has provided quite a lot of housingbut
The trip was made on the cruise ship Florida ; she Department crt the church and
what is suitable fa-
makes needed is low cost housing with promises to be a musical treat.
two of such trips weekly.To cilities for poor people.
say the trip was enjoyable hardly does it justice. Mrs. Allen has been presentedIn
The weather was good, food delicious and service recital by Unique Chapter
METRO WINS OES and the Deborah Matrons'
very good. Club. She Is a graduate of Sun-
There's entertainment too, music, dancing, etc. We Tuesday's election proved that the people of Dade light School and Iwias crowned
also }had: a Hallowe'en party and floor show on Friday County want the Metro government as it is set up. They "Miss Sunlight" of 1953.

night. No discrimination whatsoever is practiced on the voted against reducing the number of commissioners from She Is a member of St. James
boat. eleven. AME Church.

Arriving in Nassau, our first visit was to the Chamber,I They also voted against electing the sheriff and tax
of Commerce, then to the Acting Chief Justice Kendal assessor and they voted against the re-apportionment Personal Mention

Isaacs, and Acting Attorney General, Maxwell Thomp- amendment, so Dade County gets no more representatives.The Mrs. Corean V. Roberts, well
son's office. voters did approve the 10-mill tax levy for our known Miamian of 1518 NW 5th

On Bay Street we ran right into our niece Mrs. Ken- schools. This means an additional $17,600,000 that the week court, from returned a three to week Miami vacation last

neth Rodgers and several other acquaintances. One wasa school board could use. trip. On her trip Mrs. Roberts
classmate of mine, James Sinclair. We dropped in at While those favoring the amendments are disap- visited Jacksonville, Tampa and
Black's Candy Kitchen for cold drinks, and talked about pointed ; County Manager O. W. Campbell is happy that several a cities very pleasant in Georgia.trip.She reports -
old days, etc. We remembered that in 1897 in celebrating there's been no interference with Metro. He still controls

Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, both of us appearedon everything.The .
the program, dedicating the new Bahamas Infirmary.It vote was light, just about 26 percent of the more TIGER IS I
was a program in which all the schools participated.We than 300,000 voters went to the polls.
represented the Victoria School. James and I are COMINGA.&S.

practically the same age. -.. I
North was busy with visiting hotels and other busi- JUST BROWSIN'By
ness places However, we found time to do some shopping.
PAUL R. HENRY
We were at the Mayfair hotel on Saturday and Sun --
day. This is a good hotel located Street of TOYLAND
on Bay east No the city of Miami will not
the Dolphin hotel. In addition to the swimming pool, you go broke refunding traffic fines .
cross the street and go swimming in the pretty blue watersof elf $3,000,000 to 190,000 people.
which Nassau proudly boasts. Florida Supreme Court ruled on
Wednesday that the fines leviedin 40 N.W. FIRST STREET
Our time is short, but we go south to the Roland the city courts since March 1,
Donathans and our sister-in-law, Mrs. Gertrude \ Haven 1958 are valid. (DOWNTOWN)
and family.
Judie Robert Anderson had
The new "Food Fair," owned by he Donathans is a ruled that the City of Miami was
fine two-story building. They live on the second floor. obligated to refund $1,175,000: XMAS TOYS

On the first is a good supply of groceries, meats and plus some court 240,000 rests defendants assessed who against

drugs. Donathan is a plumbing contractor and displays had forfeited bonds or appeared
samples of goods He represents a ,Miami firm In city court and were convicted

Saturday afternoon Max Thompson took us on n I' of The traffic. State offenses.Supremo.Court says ON SALE
sight-seeing tour of the western part of the island. Thereare NO.
many buildings completed 'and some being built.
SPORTSWISE: Ernie Banks of
The Sarol Island Development on the south part of the Chicago Cubs has done it
Nassau is really worthwhile seeing. again. Banks for the second successive ,
time was this week named BUY NOW
We stopped by Max's seven-acre tract; apart from the mist valuable player of
his home, he is building five cottages.His the year. Ernie committed only
property is a mass of fruit trees.A 12 errors in 155: games. He led
the majors in runs batted in with .
good night's rest, and now it's Sunday morning "
143. the finished second to Eddie
We fill a breakfast engagement at the Albert Fountains: : Matthews of the Braves in the
Margot fish, boiled Nassau style, was the main dish( de- home run race with 45 and hit LAY-AWAYS HELD FOR $1.00
licious) We figure the cook was Mrs. Olga Isaacs Bethel, .304. Hank Aaron and Wally
Moon of the Braves got the other
sister of Mrs. Fountain FREE XMAS
v first' :place votes cast by the !DECORATIONS
The Fountains are comfortably located in their new Baseball Writers Association of '. tf .
home on Dunmore Street. America in the eight National

We call on our nephew and cousin, Coleridge Reeves, League Only cities.three other National
son of Cleveland Reeves, who is now touring Europe.It's League players have won the --- ,
award more than once: Carl Hub- I iuiii
church time. We go to our boyhood church- St. bel, N. Y. Giants In 1933-36; Stan I GETTING : DONE
Musial, St. Louis Cardinals, 1943, I
Matthew It's "All Saints" Day The services are well at- 46-43 and Roy Campanella of the
ended, music thrilling and an interesting sermon by Dodgers in 19515356.: :
Canon Addington Johnson.

Met another niece, Cynthia Davis and her son, also There's prevent an the action City of in Miami the courtsto from e twith A ..
many old friends. awarding concession contracts at
This day was a grand one at the Cathedral where the the Miami Stadium to one or two

17th anniversary of the Rt. Rev. Spencer Burton, Bishop bidders.The Florida Sports Service, Jacobs -
of the Diocese, was being observed. Brothers, owners, claim they
We visit the cemetery where our parents and other have a 20-year lease with the
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Miami baseball club sold Sid
' members of,the family interred. by
are Salmon to George B. Storer in i
Coleridge joins us and we board a boat for Paradise 1956. MIAMI CITY COMME3SIONEH

Beach. It's raining, but we make the trip anyway. On Tuesday night at the Miami GROUP 3 "
There Is a lull and in we go swimming and enjoying Beach Auditorium, welterweight I
rainfall. It Gomeo Brennan of Bimini won a
the slight
was stimulating and refreshing. unanimous 10-round decisionover
Now we must get back to our ship; however, we find his opponent veteran Jimmy p
she is not at the docks, but had to move out before the Martinez of Phoenix, Ariz. It was
tide got too l low. So we sat around the waiting room for defeats Brennan's 36th victory with 18 -

an hour before the tender returned and took us aboard. Who represents all the People of Miami
Again, It's au revoir Nassau! TIGER ISCOMING
A pleasant return voyage and son Garth was at the Not just one group or antherPaid

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Around Miami SATURDAY PAGE I

Look! Look I
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By DAVE (Mr. twine) BONDU clean, quiet surrounding, a 8'crl"Y"lAY" .

_._. neighborhood where there liti'e
NNNNNIN.N.NN.N..N.NNMNN.NMNSO M..NNNM.N.M not many tenants to nag cr disturb "" '-""' .
BE IT. We lost the rightto you. Rev S. H. Bowles hasa
elect our Sheriff: and even I modern clean 24>edroom apt.
though 'we lost,, you will note at $18.00 week. 1851 NW 1st ct. I OX 1-7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
The Rev lives on the premisesor :
that the 5th Amendment( carried I
by the Negro vote., Mr. Kel- we are all tired' of paying $1.10 call FR 7-6484. Z I
ly had the support of the entire !for ham, eggs, coffee and toast
with French fries grits. Thisis any Ocimipany or organizationneeds I
or
Negro district even If all of us
didn't vote. One thing for sure, true in most of our restaurant, ; a good Public relationsman j FRIDAY SATURDAY i

the Ne ro.>.is beginning to wake (but on, the other side it is 49cWe'll This is it. Until next week . .
see We are also hopin :I
up and darrtmit it is about time. Live life i
,
every golden minute of
that the service will be good. It'sa
If Mr Kelly should kse his job, I it Peace.
(God forbid) and a new man I goldarn shame when a no- I ,
smiling, nc-talking: waitress walksup '
takes over, It is Just possible we I
will catch hell. The only man I I to your table. and sez "Whatdo
know who could take the Public I you want?" instead of "Good
Safety Director's post and be a morning, may'I help you?" NeedI I WALT DISNEY3
god man is T. A. Buchanan. He say more? '
is now chief of the Metro detec- S
tives. The next time: If there is a SINCE CHATRL LOCKHARThas V .
time vote matter been appcinted director of V
next we on a ,
that is your concern. I'll bet you public relations at Bonded Collec- Nt '
getl.' cdf your you know (what tion Agency seams as if the : tM UttleFop1etLo
and VOTE. It's the same old thousands:: of tenants are ,pretty
story where everybody: wants to much pleased. Mr. Brocks, presi- I
go to Heaven, but nobody wants dent of Bonded, sez that Char f
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to die. lie has a free hand and he decs'
this organization: ! a world of ,food,
He has brought the tenants and t o :
Mil
SECRETARY of the Week: *
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collectors: much closer That is all
icent Wilson . Policeman of
the Week: Sgt. Sow ns . Pret- -- -- I
ty Boy of the Week: Stanley

Sweeting TIGER/ Insect Spray t Y4F '11I0 IUUtJ.SIAIIODHUf 1 D1IIA'

CLARENCE EDWARDS of ..lIB_'l3tBl_'.0 fIDI u.MMfq .

Richmond Weights sez that the DISTRIBUTED BY Ii _MUI......IIIDD.................,._UIDI aaa.. ......__ 1
Negro people of that area should i if
stop letting Management of American .
the Dixie Drive Inn Theatre mistreat A.rv -=- PLUS -
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Home Necessities
them. With no Sepia theatre

goers, It could really pinch their MURRAY &. McCLOUD, Owners'' CLYDE KILLENS
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pocket until they learn to treat I
people as people. 2243 N.W. 62nd St. Proudly presents his DARRYLfiZANUCKS ,
ONCE A MONTH !
HOW ABOUT you ladles playinga Phone OX 1.7755 le4NrMnrrS' ll1l ;r ,
little golf? I know of five BIG SHOW
only ( Proudly Presents COCOA by M LUX *****"""**
women that TWill visit our courses C1New acoP&'SUNDAY
Ann Lindsey, Margaret Brawn, "Mrs. Nice Thurs., Nov. 12 r ___.,.0.c ..
Vera Williams, Christine Jenkins
and my 'swing half, Mayme. Thereis Of The Week" I Ij FIESTA CLUB
one other lady, and we still do
ma, know who she !.s. The one I Title of next show
who went to Granada with her 'Wedding in Goose Hollow'
husband. This is, however, an \ MONDAY TUESDAY I
improvement over last year, when Amateur Show
you could hardly see three. James Every TuesdayThe
Hilton head of the Miami Springs
course, sez that more of our girls Triple Crown !:::7UDREU
should take up golf And as for TALENT-SHOW f '
ywiu pros, try to get your wife or I
the girl game.friend to go out. Teach them 4 4r Every Thursday HEPBURN S\\ .

Floor Show Every ,
FREOZlNNEMANN'S""'"':" "
Fri. Sat. Sun.
DON'T BE CAUGHT with your ,
candidates down! If you have Music by THE NUIIS )
in mind that would
anyone you DIZZY JONES
hke to see act as our Unofficial And His Orchestra STORY 4
Negro Mayor, please send in their flCHH o.e
names Charles Hadley, who now Bobby Marshall, M.C.
holds the Honorary Post, has an- -- -- -
nounced that he will run for reelection TIGER ISCOMING Shown at StioO
The voting starts Nov. 27
and will run for eight weeks. Send PLUS- n
the name of your candidate on a ,
post card to me, care of the MI- j
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of a fellow who was for- has been using cur roduct for a Jeff Chandler In
merly 'with the Howard Johnson period of two years. On Sunday 'The 1
Jayhawkers'Plus JOANNE
cutfit I hope that they will have I nite, Nov. 8 the American Home DflU
good food, a large variety of food Necessities, the distributor of
and \trices: that us poor folk can Tiger Insect Spray, will honor I "Let's Rock" r: ) GILBERT ROUND
afford: to pay. I will let you Mrs. Staten with a party at the I Hamilton .s
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peopled Newspaper"PAGE CORE To Sponsor Collegians MeetThe For COSMETICSCall The Highest in

6 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1959WITH Night of StarsThe Collegian Club held its
regular meeting on Oct. 28 at YUkon 3-5681
Miami' Committee on Racial Georgette's Tea Room. The meet-
Equality (CORE) will sponsor ing was enjoyed by all in atten- ."SANDS" ,
a gigantic Night c Monday, Nov. 9 at the Mary will be held at the home of Miami Times Newspaper
Elizabeth Fiesta Room. Charles- D. Wyche Jr.
Some of those promising to appear -I -
;' are Alex. Stephens, Myrtle
Jones, Duke Jenkins, Wally.
P Futch, prensaunta Yogi Cartez,
} Maxine Norris, Delores Wright,
Lcis Davis, Regina (Shake Dancer -
Aacnc NoeRa ) George Douglas, the great
comedian Papa Turner and his
revue, and many others. t.es.
CLASSIC TIME 0 n I y Joseph' W. Thompson, James Do ycu want to have: freedom,
three weeks away, most every- Johnson Jr., Carol B. Daniels, your rights as an American citizen -
one is busy planning or looking Harry Rolle, Lillian K. Smith; 11, to go where you wish, eat
forward to December 5. Most Margaret Cruz Dorothy J. Aus- where you want to, attend the
colleges of the. nation aspire to born, John Callaway; 12, A. L. church or movie of your choice,
play in. the Orange Blossom Clas- Hart; 13, Cynthia Cruz, Willie M. the privilege of getting the job
sic here. This proves one thing, Colson, Julia W. Evans. ycu are capable of holding, your
that today's classic is not Just another children to' have the best education -
football game. TO Miamians DAVID BURNS returned from possible
and Floridians it's bigger: the Bronner Brothers Clinic ((2 Come and join this gigantic .. a FREE DELIVERY DRUG
than the holidays. To football days) in Atlanta (borne c.xt< the fight for freedom.
fans, it's the game of champions. peaches and pretties) "reports in Our goal is at least 1,000 mem-
You'll be surprise to know the behalf of King Cole products a bers for 1960. Alice J. Barr,
followers of "classic," who are successful: clinic He's in W est Clifford "Baby" Combs: and Miss C.M Jollivett..Sr. Prop
band lovers. So often it has been Palm Beach planning a stella Blanche Calloway are headingthe
said "I just can't miss that halftime hair style and fashion show Nov. committee in charge
band show. I must agree U . Verline Richardson was r
with themfl the show is always so thrilled at Fla. Classic and, Jayhawkers Tale JAMES
good. FAMU's homecoming (her bet-I
Fifty Miami Beach hotels are terhalf is a big Rattler) in Tallahassee FilmedThe
open to you and yours for the she spend two extra days. story of that infamous 5 & lOc STORENOW
classic week. Rates are low. Some She's home now awaiting* the Kansas band of outlaw that almost -
en the Beach are for $5 a day Classic . John English (a former changed the course of his- "Sir Save a Lot" Store-NOW!
and up. That's not bad comparedto member of the Miami Police tory the Jayhawkers Is told
what some have paid during Dopl.) returned to these parts.He's in Paramcunt's excitmentcharged 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 39481HALLOWE'EN
previous' attractions.. operating his stepfather'sbeer production, "The Jayhawkers"
Three bands will be featuredat and wine palace in Carver I which arrives Sunday at the
the Official Orange Blossom Ranches. Theatre with cast head-
Dance at the Palms in Hallan- I Capitol a Costumes.... 97* to 2.49 ea. Masks ................ 1* to 29$
stars
trio topflight
ed of -
dale Saturday, Dec. 5. There will YOU CAN'T charge, you can't Jeff by Chandler a Fess Parker and Noisemakers ........ U to 10* Lanterns, ea...?.._.?..?.? 5+
be six hours of continuous' entertainment give it away and it's- hard to beat I Nicole Maurey, and co-star Henry Horns ................ 6* to 104 Indian Headdress, ?.??.? 5*
The famed FAMU Col- -that show at Baked'* Famous Silva.
legians, Cootie Williams Band, I Corner is tops. Frank Lagree is CHRISTMAS LAY-AWAY, NOW!

plus King Coleman of WMBM. emceeing. The a attraction a top Pony Tall Dolls 1.98 to 5.98 Drums ..._..?...... 38* to 3.98
rated band, a cat from the Coast A BEAUTIFUL Doll House with Nurse or Dr. Set ........ 1.00
STUDIO TWODEDICATED that travel with modern jokes One Furniture .??..........?... 5.00 Pianos ........... 1.00.to 15.00
and a shake you can't keep still Bedroom Wagons .......?... 39* to 2.98 Tea Seta ...-....... 48* to 3.93
TO furthering I or clad. Corner Apt. Stove or Sink ........... 1.98 Embroidery Set ............ 974
the highest ideals, and creatinga Sewing Machines ........ 3.50 Horses ........... 29* to 3.88
greater love and understanding 14T1H STREET'S Grand Way Is Tops ...?..?..-... 58* to 2.98 Gun and Holster
of the seven lively arts, Phyllis, certainly (going all out to please Newly DecoratedIs Guns, only............ 38* up Sets ....................... 1.98 up
Satz, art director, invite :you and its patrons in the surrounding Available in
your art, Curt Harmon Trio and I area The big store is carrying FREE Pay Your Electric Bills Here FREE
Modern Jazz Styling. The Har-I specials on the favorite delicacies Atlantic Manor32nd Simplicity Patterns, Materials and Money Orders Sold Every
mon manner made last Sunday'spresentation for the Southern housewife Not
at 4, in the new establishment only this Grand Way Store has Ave. and Day-7:45: a.m. to 7 p.m. Mon. thru Fri. 8 a.m. to 9 p.m: to
of Sir John Hotel an unbeatable prices, also their other 9 p.m. Saturday (Closed Sundays) .
outstanding affair. Former Judge stores scattered over the MI- 42nd St.
Henry Balaton's (wife was special ami area. The 54th st. store hasa

guest artist, and she was just money tree guess box with real __--__-_-__ -- -__-u-_-__--_
that. Her rendition cl "I Be- money. Take a gander at this
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lieve" 'was as said, "the highestof week's special in this issue of the :;:/ ;;;' = = = = = = = =
artistry." See you at Studio Times. You can't tap;' them.RUrTUR&EASERt.

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THE BEATNIK 'CLUB birth.
day party honoring L. P. Smith, 'xw.ve.rwoa IA has rv.CkD. '
Sunday at the FieSta Club was ONDED COLLECTION
great. Among the wellwisherswere
John B. Merchant, Ira Barber .
Cassie' Williams, L. Perry, 31phM. De.bl.L 1ss
Tommie Lee Nelson, J. Lewis
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To Hurt Many PUN PHUN Shiver SAYS HE.Represents, . -

ltI'llII, OSSOI<'KIt

All The ,People
Need 'For Relocation I for volunteers, to help with the : \
the past, doctors and law-
survey Otis Shiver, Miami city com
This is a wonderful opportunityfor Banquet have been the targets of my missioner fcr '
Survey CriticalThe now running reelection
women who have the leisure if not funny, words. has asked voter supporton

budlding of the North- time possibly a half day or j a By Sunlight are next on the list the basis of proven fairnessin
South day a week for the three week cunning punning. representing all the people of
Expressway and the 36U1 to make an extremely valu- On Monday Miami, not Just cne group or an-
St. Interchange will affect the all business men, shoe- "
able Parish- other.
contribution to the community beautiful
lives of every resident of Dade Those have customers who
interested
County, but it has brought and tele,hone Mrs. Virick can, at either MO: joyab.2 evening ,from low heels> to durable Shiver last summer obtained
will continue to bring panic and 1-2136 to indicate their willingness l.Hgo'n..mber of Their products, though si- city approval of equalizing the
consternation to the people who to serve, or they can comi- Sunlight family, of 'tongue, "squeak" for wages of Negro with White municipal -
live in its pathway and who will to the meeting on Nov. 6 at 9:30a.m. : 23rd anniversary As you know, a suc- employees. Unequal pay'
be forced to move. Among these There will be another trainIng school. Mr. shoemaker' starts at tht rates i for the same work had beena
people are home owners and toa&t. master, a and there Many
sersicn for women' who work, stays crying injustice for years before -
,
renters and some who are perfectly who will do the surveying ity with so much shoemakers started on Shiver's action.
capable' of finding other weekends. This session will meeton on magnificent Job string.
suitable housmg far themselves affair Mrs. Elcise
Nov. 11 at 7:30: p.m. at the vided the music, NAACP'I war time, shoemakers, NOTICEClub
home' of :Miss Miriam Prank, 449!
There are, on the other hand Miller Road.MINISTERS. splendor. considered non-essential.
many to 'whom this problem i is gratitude of all, at that time every- meeting for all L. P. N,'s
overwhelming, who either do not URGED evening. is made for victory except will be held at the home of Mrs.
knave' hciw to handle such a problem The committee has also re- The following . they're made for de- Rose' Bud Dickinson 14701 Lincoln -
or lack the initiative or volition My father-in-law, an excel- i Blvd., Richmond Heights,
given plaques:
to make a start. There are quested that the Miami Time! Th.mas, Mrs shoemaker, was drafted Sunday, Nov 8, at 5 prn. We are
elderly people, people: on pen- ask that the ministers of the various and Mrs. D. A. World War I. He closed I expecting' our advisor, Mrs. Harris -
sicns' handicapped and a very churches discuss this' sur- were given to shop, and with the Ger- to ibe present. Please attend.'
large number who are now, living vey in the churches on Sunday, Marion Muldrow, Kaiser in Mind, placed this Mrs! E. Eve president
in substandard housing. Manyof sc that the people who are interviewed of Go olds, in his window-"Out to fix 'Mrs L. Perpall, reporter
these families will move again will know the purpose of: King, William !."
sub-standard the is one which will be
intQ housing, if' no survey
help or counsel is given to them. of help to them and will cooperate Florence We wish All c that* ( I turally, they sent him to Beautiful HomeOn
Thus, instead 0 celebrate
golden:: opportunity to eliminate terviewers' if a surveyor. calls at ing will be our ; Like all boots, he found Large Lot

some of its slums, this mas s their home. 6. 9 p.m at the the shoe was on the other Your lot can be a paymenton
movement of people will cause a Ballroom On Hte the kicks from the
get ,
worsening of slum conditions.By With the facts and figureswhich Mt. Zion that is. this bedroom new 2-
reducing the area of the Cen- this survey will produce,, graduation baths 2-car garage
tral Negro district, for instance, pubic: support of the establish- the week of cur he Was discharged from
bv a large number of blocks, but ment of I he returned to his 5940 N.W. 23rd Avenue
still alloAdng the same number a Relocation Agency by doing, quite well. Some
of 'people to live in the reduced* Metro is sure to 'follow It is hop- I ; did not do so well, like Baron JE 8.1340
ed that this support: will be vocal
number Don't Fret shoemaker who
blocks was
of as now live in '
N.W. 59th St.
and loud enough to persuade the I'I'I 1480
the entire area thore will be an CcmosJioners to take the to his last his last last-
increased amount cf overcrowding proper I Join The was awl I Duplex 2-bedrooms
action, such as is being taken in
to such
a grave degree as to
cities all the
be unthinkable. over country. I

This is' true, regardless of

claims being made that there
UNITED FUND
are enough vacancies In the Central I
Negro area to ,take care of
all these displaced families NEEDS WORKERSThe :

RELOCATION AGENCY
NEEDED ,NOWI United Fund's Good M . 1
W-
A Relocation Agency: to ease Neighbor award winning division IS4, _$ .
this situation and help those headed by Eugene Kemp won't '. '
families! who need help to solve rest on its laurels of last year' \. :
their housing problems, should stated Mr. Kemp, when told of .t1d' .
have been established long ago- the "need figure" of $6,635,729 : i.,: iI
Ideally, ,it should have been at announced (by the Fund's budget q \ :,"'. .
work even before the pathway of committee as minimum for I960. (::
the expressway was announced "It's a challenge," he stated. ) ,. : Ir
Mr Kemp's "team" met last 1 -" 7," )" ".
The Oilti'zens'' Housing and I "
week to fromulate plans for the ,
Planning Council of Dade County 1960 United Fund drive, and additional $ ...." ,. \'. ',>+ .," 10.'
has the .. : : .
presented problem \Morkexs are 'f .,
connected ''with the dislocating of volunteer to cover a nei'gthbcr-I, I '. .:'; 1.. '
.
thousands of families to the '
hood block' in the forthcomingdrive <;
Metro Commissioners. The comm which officially gets underway ": ,;'t;. .
!doners recognized the prob- Nov. 8, with county-wide '.1'\ ,
lem and, directed that a Relocation residential solicitation on Jan. 10.I /0'" ..;,//, .
Agency be set up over a "A minimum of 13,000 volunteers ';' "
year ago: However no action has workers are needed," Mr.: j fr' ,
been taken as yet, to establish Kemp reminds persons in the f'f: : 1"-
such an agency: *. Miami area. The need is greater
than ever before Vountcers now."
The Citizens' Housing and James R. Brumby, UF cam
Planning: Council will on Nov. 6, paign chairman, has explained
start a survey of the families to that the United Fund is departing ?r, JY iro t1! s rry
be displaced. The questionnaireto from the policy of having a
be used in this survey ha definite goal based .1n a figure
been carefully written by quali- which is somewhere ,between the
f'ed social workers with Charles Community's actual need and the II
Wurst of the Business Admimstratlcn ability of hard working volunteers -
Department of the Uni- to attain such a dollar
versity of Miami,, ,as technical amount.
advisor and advice has been given j
by Paul Watt, chief Metro -. ........ -.. Dr. Spann, right, visits class in Experimental for the naw.st recipe recommended for the
planner. Foods and watches as student whips Carnation class: Carnation Whipped Sundae Salad.
The survey committee H qo- Beautiful Home oa

chaired by Miss Kay Baker of Your Lot Economics Florida A ancfM
the Dade County Health Department Dean of Home at University says:

Mrs. Leo Alpert, of the
Children's Service Bureau and t. ;( a'Xo4ac& l1Yi
"Carnation is the milk
Elizabeth Virriok. About 60 wo-r cooking
men have volunteered to do the
intenrtewin a large majorityof .
them being members of the I, I recommend to students"Dr.
Council of Jewish Women who
have taken this project as one of

, One their family main pursuits cut of far the year.five')I Complete building ervlc Annabelle Spann is Associate Deanin tion Evaporated Milk to my students.It .

will be interviewed.The every PLANNING charge of home economics at FloridaA gives consistently smoother results in

questionnaire will ascertain BUILDING and M. Busy as she is, Dean Spann any 'creamy' recipe."

what type of housing is FINANCINGYour never tires of cooking. "I'm particular Double-rich Carnation in the red and '

needed what they by the can displaced afford families to pay,, Now Horn.REPAIRING about my cooking milk," Dean Spann white can is the world's leading brand '

here their new dwelling unit says. ""That's why I recommend Carna of evaporated milk.

should be located SQ a* to be convenient e
to their ,place cf employment e REMODELING -----

etc.VOLUNTEERS. RENOVATING I recipe: T. ________________,

I Drain ptatapplo. Hilt ptouppte to f
TRAINED 4 Over Twenty Year of Whipped Sundae Salad syrup
There will be a day set aside Construction Experloncee I (Mtktt ttrvlngt) boiling Pour over i.,latlnj stir tmtll ll( omd. I II j
for the training of the volunteers Chill until thick& and syrupy. Chin CanutJcohi ,
iVovcmber 6 at 9:30: a.m. at the Guaranteed Satoefactlon I Itt cups(&ounce can) refrigerator triy until let crystals form I

Board of Jewish Education Bldg. I pineapple chunks round ftfef as to 20 minutes). Whip until I
on NW 3rd ave. between 1st and 9 7mmv I 1 cup pineapple syrup
2nd streets. The Citizens Housingand 1 package lemon-flavored gelatin ttW(about 1 BlmteJL Add lem*i Juki.Whip I
Planning Council feels that I 1 cup undiluted CARNATION fliT stiff (about 2 mute*tooted Add outs, I
(V@NE
the ideal way cf conductingthe I EVAPORATED MILX mayonaalst and. celery to fttstin.mhturt. I
survey would be if each team 5-6171 I 2 tablespoons lemon juice Fold tab whipped Carnation.Alternate layers IVAPORAT1DI .
-(the women will work In pairs) ft cup chopped nuts of whipped itlaifai mature aDd Bteupplo la I MIL K
could be composed of one' Negro 1121 N.W. 29th Street I ft cup mayonnaise tan ftastts. cQI I tt3 dra ton&i. wtftrOBttlM I \........ J ". i.
and one white woman. They are Miami I 1 cup chopped celery Cf Mad ItttBM tad.... d,

through therefore the medium making J of an this appeal paper,I 1 r L________________________J rjrsss GN.L.a.1 Oswqtr




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For The Highest in
MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper"PAGE CORE To Sponsor Collegians MeetThe COSMETICS

6 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 7 1959 I Night of StarsThe Collegian Club held Its
regular meeting on Oct. 28 at Call YUkon 3-5681
Miami' Committee on Ra Georgette's Tea Room. The meet-
cial Equality (CORE) will sponsor ing was enjoyed by all In atten ,"SANDS"Also ,
a gigantic Night d Stars on dance. The next regular meeting
\\ Monday, Nov. 9 at the Mary will be held at the home of Miami Times Newspaper
Elizabeth Fiesta Room. Charles D. Wyche Jr. .
Some of those promising to appear -
are Alex. Stephens, Myrtle
Jones, Duke Jenkins, Wally
Futch, Prensaunta Yogi Cartez, .
P'4nA3,9..Y.Pf[GT'ilf 7'.Tfl7JRAA .2P$4. .Y.
Maxine Norris, Delores Wright, A+
Lcis Davis, Regina (Shake Dan-
'ARCWN NO ,Qj' cer) George Douglas, the great
comedian Papa Turner and his'
.' ;
revue, and many others.Do A Z !
WITH CLASSIC TIME 0 n I y I Joseph' W. Thompson, James ycu want to have freedom, '
three weeks away, most every- Johnson Jr., Carol B. Daniels, your rights, as an American citi-
one is busy! 'planning or looking J Harry Rolle, Lillian K. Smith; 11,, zen, to go where you wish, eat
forward, to December 5. Most Margaret Cruz Dorothy J. Aus- where you want to, attend the
colleges of thenation. aspire to born, John Callaway; 12, A. L. church or movie of your choice,
play in the Orange, Blossom Clas- Hart; 13, Cynthia Cruz, Willie, M. the (privilege of getting the job
sic here. This proves one thing, Colson, Julia W. Evans. ycu are capable of holding, your
that today's classic is not just another children to have the best education -
foctball game. TO Miamians DAVID BURNS returned from possible? y
and Floridians It's bigger the Bronner Brothers Clinic ((2 Come and join this gigantic + '" FREE DELIVERY IlW DRUG

than the holidays.' To football : days) in Atlanta (home of the fight for freedom.
fans, it's the game of champions. peaches and pretties) reports in Our goal is at least 1,000 mem- 1tN Rk
You'll be surprise' to know the behalf of King Cole products a bers for 1960. Alice J. Barr, C.M.Jolliv.tt.Sr. Prop.TiAMES.
followers of "classic," who are I successful clinic He's in W est Clifford "Baby" Ocmbs and Mfes
band lovers. So often it has been I Palm Beach: planning a stella Blanche, Calloway are headingthe
said, "I just can't miss that halftime hair style and fashion show, Nov. committee in charge
band shaw'" I must agree : 1J . Verllne Richardson was r
with themfl the show is always :. so thrilled at Fla. Classic and Jayhawkers Tale
good FAMU's homecoming (her bet-
Fifty Miami Beach hotels are terhalf is a big Rattler) in Talla- FilmedThe
open to you ,and yours for the, hassee she spend two extra days. story of that infamous 5 & lOc STORENOW
classic week. Rates are low. Some She's home now awaiting* the Kansas band of outlaws that al-
en the Beach are for $5 a day Classic . John English (a former most changed the course of his- "Sir Save a Lot" Store-NOW I
and up. That's not bad compared I member of the,Miami Police tory the Jayhawkers Is told
to what some have paid during: I Iprevi'o'us Dent) returned to these parts. in Paramicunt's excitmentcharged 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3.9481
attractions, He's operating his step-lather's production, "The Jayhawkers"which
Three bands will be featuredat beer and wine palace in Carver arrives Sunday at the HALLOWE'ENCostumes.

the Official, Orange Blossom Ranches. Capitol Theatre, with a cast head- .... 97* to 2.49 ea. Masks ............... 1* to 29*
Palms in Hallan-
Dance at the ed by a trio Of topflight stars Noisemakers ........ M to 10* Lanterns, ea.................... 5*
Dec. 5. There will
dale six Saturday hours continuous' enter- YOU CAN'T charge, you can'tgive Jeff Chandler, Fess Parker and I' Horns ................ 5* to 104 Indian Headdress .......... B*
be of it away and it'shard to beat Nicole Maurey and co-star Henry "
tainment. The famed FAMU Col- -that show at Baked'> Famous Silva.
LAY-AWAY NOW!
CHRISTMAS
legians, Cootie Williams Band, Corner is taps Frank Lagree is ,
plus King Coleman of WMBM. emceeing. The attraction, a top Pony Tall Dolls 1.98 to &.08 Drums ............... 38* to 3.93
rated band, a cat from the Coast A BEAUTIFUL Doll House with Nurse or Dr. Bet ........ 1.00
that travel with modern jokes Furniture .................... 5.00 Pianos I ........... 1.00.to 15.00
STUDIO TWODEDICATED and a shake you can't keep stillor One Bedroom Wagon .......N... 391 to 2.98 Tea Sets ............ 48* to 3.93
TO furthering, clad. Corner Stove or Sink ............ 1.93 Embroidery Set ............ 97*
the highest ideals, and creatinga Apt. Sewing Machines ........ 8.50 Horses ........... 29* to 3.88
greater love' and understanding 54T1H STREET'S' Grand Way I.I It Tops .......-....... 68* to 2.98 Gun and Holster
of the seven lively arts, Phyllis,1 I certainly (going all out to please Newly DecoratedIs Guns, only........... 38* up Sets ....................... 1.98 up
Satz, art director, invite you and its patrons in the surroundingarea. Available in
Trio and FREE Pay Your Electric Bills Here FREE
your art, Curt Harmon I The big store is carrying
Modern Jazz Styling. The Harmon specials on the 'favorite delicaciesfor Atlantic Manor32nd Simplicity Patterns, Materials and Money Orders Sold EveryDay
made last Sunday's I the housewife Not
manner Southern -7:45: a.m. to 7 p.m. Mon. thru Fri. 8 a.m. to 9 p.m: to
presentation, at 4, in the new establishment only this Grand Way Store has Ave. and
of Sir John Hotel an I unbeatable prices, also their other 9 p.m. Saturday (Closed Sundays) .
outstanding affair. Former Judge stores scattered over the Mi- 42nd St.
Henry Balatoan's !wife was special ami area. The 54th st. store hasa
artist and she tree, box with real
just
guest was money guess -------- -------
that. Her rendition cf "I Believe" money. Take a gander at thisweek'
I ':.:;::.::'' 1: ::: :::::;:;::: .:: ::: :::
'was as said, "the highestof special in this issue of the S) SS
artistry." See you at Studio Times. You can't tap them.
Two.} For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call

THE BEATNIK, 'CLUB birthday RU2TUR EASERiiiiitrw' !

party honoring L, P. Smith,
Sunday at the Fiesta Club was ONDED COLLECTION
great. Among the wellwisherswere
John B. Merchant, Ira Barber -
Lassie' Williams, L. Perry, a.u..Ns'aart'
Tommie Lee Nelson, J. Lewis
fU.nr i4I'ItUD
Bulkck, Maggie M. Israel, Den- ,
nis Gray and Vera Knotwles. Inc. :
A wu .ll..p- AGENCY
NOVEMBER Jy.lD. krrWlk :: Is
Saturday 7th, Joseph Birthday Bronson Cards a t. -rl:. .aT$. : j
li.nd
8, Ralph Mizell, Gloria Lacey, ..._.... ..r.M... IF .r..t.,..,rl.1wlass ... !!
Atty. Henry Arrington, Ruth N. ........."'1 WL....pert. ... ... Y 111{ .
Polite; 9, Cornelius James, Earl
A. Wells, Barbara Davis, W. HARLEM DRUG CO. : Ott r' ;
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Dorsett; 10, Johnnie Mae Allen, 1400. N.W. 3rd Ave., Miami, Fla. "Working here at the ) ',, t. trn4r !


i BONDED COLLECTION AGENCY 4I )

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MONEY' DQWNTV' Clerk & Switchboard Operator

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tHE MIAMI TIMES-" 'he Peoples' Newspaper"

North-South I

ExpresswayTo SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1959 PAGE-7


SAYS HE. .

Hurt Many ResidentsNeed PUN PHUN Shiver Represents -

II) (Mill OSSOKKK

All The :People
'For Relocation I for volunteers to help with the -. .-. -- \
In the past, doctors and law
survey. Otis Shiver, Miami city commissioner -
Survey CriticalThe This is a wonderful opportunity Banquet SponsoredBy yers have been the targets of my now running fear reelection '

for women 'who have the leisure punny, if not funny, words. has asked voter supporton

budlding of the North- time possibly:: a half day or :1 Sunlight AlumniOn Shoemakers are next on the list the basis of "proven fairnessin
South day a week for the three week! ; for imy cunning punning. representing all the people of
Expressway and the 36th to make an extremely valu- Monday evening at the Miami, not Just one group or another -
St. Like all business shoe-
Interchange will affect the men ."
able Parish-
contribution' the
beautiful
to commun- Center
an en-
lives of every resident of Dade< ity. Those interested'can either makers have customers who
County, but it has brought and tele,hone Mrs. Virick, at MO jcyab.o evening was spent by a range from low heels to durable Shiver last summer obtained ,
will continue to bring panic and 1-2136 to indicate their willingness la'lge'n..mber' of friends of the souls. Their products, though silent city approval of equalizing the
consternation to the people who to serve, or they can come- Sunlight family, celebrating the of 'tongue, "squeak" for wages of Negro with White municipal -
live in its pathway and who will to the meeting on Nov. 6 at 9:30 23rd anniversary of the beauty themselves. As you know, a suc- employees. Unequal pay
be forced to move. Among these ajn. There will be another trainIng school. Mr. Daniel Francis, our cessful shoemaker starts at tht rates' lor the same work had been
people are home owners and se'sicn' for women who work toasu master, a radiant personality bottom, and stays: there. Many a crying injustice for years before -
,,
renters ,and some who are perfectly who will do the surveying with so much humor, did a successful shoemaikers started ona I Shiver's action.
capable' of finding other weekends. This session will meeton on magnificent Job of emceeing the shoe string. .
suitable housing fcr themselves. affair. Mrs. Eloise} B. Kemp pro-
Nov. 11 at 7:30: p.m. at the vided the music. as always in During war time, shoemakers, NOTICEClub
home of Miss Miriam Frank 449
There are, on the other hand Miller Road.MINISTERS. splendor. Everyone expressed are considered nonessential.After .
many to whose. this problem is gratitude of having enjoyed the all, at that time every- meeting for all L P. N.'s
overwhelming, who either do not URGED I evening. thing is made for victory except will be held at the home of Mrs.

knew' hew to handle such a problem ; The committee has also requested The following friends were shoes . they're made for de- Rcse' Bud Dickinson, 14701 Lincoln -
or lack the initiative or volition feet. My father-in-law an excel- Blvd., Richmond Heights,
given plaques: Attorney L. E.
to make a start. There are that the Miami Times. Th.mas, Mrs. Lena Hastie Mr. lent shoemaker, was drafted Sunday, Nov. 8, at 5 pm. We are
,
elderly ask that"the ministers of the World War I. He closedu advisor Mrs. Har-
people, people on pensions various and Mrs. D. A. Julius. Citationswere during expecting our ,
% handicapped and a very churches discuss this sur- given to Mesdames Davis, his shop, and with. the Ger- ris to be present. Please attend
large number who are now, liv- vey in the churches on Sunday,, Marion Muldrow, Moann Everettof man Kaiser in Mind, placed this Mrs E. Eve, president
ing in substandard housing. Manyof sc that the people who are interviewed Goulds Louise Johnson sign in his window-"Out to fixa Mrs. L. Perpall, raporter
Opa
these families will move again will know the purpose of heel."
King, William Staten and' Mrs.
sub-standard the is one which will be
intQ housing, if no survey
help or counsel is given to them. of help to them and will cooper Florence We wish All Q that! Pompano. and I I Naturally, they sent him to Beautiful HomeOn
Thus, instead oif Miami usinga ate fully with the volunteer' interviewers you come boot camp, Just for kicks, he
A
celebrate our ;rom. gala even- Lot
golden: opportunity to eliminate if a surveyor calls at Ing will be enjoyed, Friday, Nov thc same, of its slums, this mass their. home. I 6. 9 pm. at the Harlem Square out the shoe was on the other Your lot can be a paymenton

movement of people will cause a With the Ballroom. On Sunday at 7 pm. foot. Hie get the kicks, from thetopkicks
facts and
worsening of slum conditions.By figures Mt. Zion Baptist Church, the that Is. this 3-bedroom new 2*
reducing the area of the Cen- which this survey will produce, graduation exercise will climax baths 2-car garage
tral Negro district, for Instance, pubJc:: support of the establish- the week of cur anniversary When he Was discharged from
bv a large number of blocks, but ment of I I the service, he returned to his 5940 N.W. 23rd Avenue
still alla dng the same numberof a Relocation Agency by - trade, doing. quite well. Some
people to live in the reduced I Metro is sure to 'follow. It is hop-I I. others did not do so well, like Baron JE 8.1340

number of blocks as now live in ed and that loudenou.gh this support\to will persuade be ::the Don't Fret Fight! the peer shoemaker who was 1480 N.W. 59th St.
the entire area, there will be an last-
down to his last his last
ComoscJioners
to take the
increased proper Join The NAACP Duplex 2-bedroorru
amount cl overcrowding
I and that was awl!
action, such is taken
as being in
.
to such
a grave degree as to
cities all the
be unthinkable. over country I I

This is' true, regardless of

claims being made that there UNITED FUND
are enough! vacancies in the Central -
Negro area to take, cave of
all these displaced families. NEEDS WORKERSThe

RELOCATION AGENCY
NEEDED .NOW! United Fund's Good <
A Relocation Agency to ease Neighbor award winning division a s 4 t :
this situation and help those headed by Eugene Kemp won't L tW ,
families who need help to solve rest on its laurels of last year, $p ,

their housing problems, should stated Mr. Kemp, when told of 'r. ,
have been established long ago- the "need figure" of $3,835,729 s -. "t r f '',"0.<'' Jr .i
Ideally, it should have been at announced by the Fund's budget "",,6 '., ;', '
work even before the pathway of: committee as minimum for 1960. :: ;: "

the expressway ware announced. "It's a challenge," he stated. ., ".f". :
Mr. Kemp's "team" met last'' ;u: ,
The Oiitteens' Housing and ," '
week to fromulate plans for the' :
Planning Council of Dade County 1960 United Fund drive, and additional -j .. ',"I, :.... of ..':;;:.., ?
has the ... ., .'k .. __
presented problems : "workers are needed to .. 'w, bt
connected ''with the dislocating f volunteer I ", ,< )
c< to cover a neighborhood : "," ;.,t-
'
thousands of' families to the !block in the forthcoming A' ,' t rT
Metro Commissioners. The commit drive, which officially gets underway I ,:"; ,,
:toners recognized the /f,r eii y ,
prob- Nov. 8, with . ,,
lem and directed! that a Reloca- residential solicitation '
tion Agcmcy be set up over a "A minimum of county-wide// .',,';'f"':I ';
,
year ag$. However action has I
no teers workers are ., '.t I."
been taken as yet, to establish Kemp remind persons in the - p _
such an agency*. Miami area The need is greater \
I than ever before. Vountcers now."
The Citizens' Housing and I James R. Brumby, UF campaign -
Penning: Council will on Nov. 6, chairman, has explained! r:4
start a survey of the families to that the United Fund is departing -
be displaced. The questionnaireto from the policy of having a
be used in this survey hu definite goal based en a figure
been carefully written by quali- which is somewhere ,between the I
fed! social workers with Charles community's actual need and the
Wufst of the Business Adminis- ability of hard working volunteers I
traticn Department of the Uni- to attain such a dollar

versity of Miami: ,as technical amount. '.n..m..m. n.n .. _mmmn'nnn
advisor and advice has been given I
by Paul Watt, chief Metro -. Dr. Spann, right, vuiU claw in Experimental for the newest recipe recommended for the
planner Food and watches as student whips Carnation class: Carnation Whipped Sundae Salad.
The survey committee h qo- I Beautiful Home oa

chaired by Miss Kay Your Lot Dean Home Economics at Florida A andM
the Dade County Health Department of University says:

Mrs. Leo Alpert, of the
Children's Service Bureau and lt uv adac&stoudly
t
Elizabeth Virriok. About 60 wo-, Carnation is the cooking milk

men have vclunteered to do the '
Interviewintj a large majorityof .
them being members of the,I I recommend to students"Dr.
Council of Jewish!! Women, who
have taken this project as one of

, their main pursuits for the year.)I' Complete building ..,."Ice Annabelle Spann is Associate Deanin tion Evaporated Milk to my students.It .
One family cut of five
will be interviewed every PLANNING charge of home economics at FloridaA gives consistently smoother results in

The questionnaire will ascertain BUILDING and M. Busy as she is, Dean Spann any 'creamy1 recipe."

what type of housing is FINANCINGYour never tires of cooking. "I'm particular Double-rich Carnation in the red and .

needed what they by the can displaced afford families to pay,, Now Homo about my cooking milk," Dean Spann white can is the world's leading brandof

where their new dwelling unit says. "That's why I recommend Carna evaporated milk.
should be located so as to be convenient o REPAIRING
to their place cf employment o REMODELING r------
etc.VOLUNTEERS. RENOVATING I recipe: T. ________________,

I Drain platspplt." Kelt pfeuapplo to I
TRAINED .> Over Twenty Yoora of Whipped Sundae Salad l tyrap "
There will be a day set aside I boiling pour over platti/ stir until' c dissolved. I
Construction Experience (Mtkti 9 $ rvlr> )
for the training of the volunteers gt Chill until thick and syrupy. Chili Carnation @ flatiOrt
Vovcmber 6 at 9:30 axn. at the Guaranteed Satoefactlon I Itt cups((20-ounc canJ In refrigerator tray until let crystal fore I . .* %.. .
Board of Jewish Education Bldg.on I pineapple/ chunks round tdgt (15( to 20 minutes) Whip until I
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2nd streets. The Citizens Housingand 1 package lemon flavored gelatin stiff (about 1 mtotaX Add!taos Julc) .Whip I

Planning Council feels that (!! @ Q I 1 cup undiluted CARNATION jaw stiff(Awt 2 ntaiti lomtn.Add mists I
the !Ideal way cf conductingthe I EVAPORATED MILK mtyonnaiM aod ctItt1 to fstatto ..mixture.Fold .
survey would be if each team NE 5-6171 I 2 tablespoons lemon juice teto whipped Caratta.Alter layer I
-(the women will work In pairs) ft cup chopped nuts of vhlpptd ct&b nhtvo! ted plotapple! to MIVAPOUWI I L I"t .
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..... '. q TEMPLE BAPTIST JACK BELL TO
Rev. L. A. Thomipson, pastor I
SPEAK AT
Sunday School......?... ........ 9:30 ,
Morning worship ...........*..?.., 11:00: MT. TABOR
_ BTU ............................................ 5:30:
Evening worship .................... 7:00 Sunday Nov. 8 will be observed -
Tonight (Friday) another din- as Men's Day at the Mt. Tatter -
ner sale will be given by the (Baptist Church located on
1' ; Woman's Day Committee. Those the corner of NW 17th ave. and
who have tickets and were not Jack' Bell, The Town Crier,
Pte able to be on time last Friday featured writer In the Miami
may come and enjoy' a turkey Herald, will be the guest speakerfor
dinner with all the trimmings. the 11 o'clock services.
Sunday is Woman's Day. Miss Three-thirty p.m. is the time of
the Tea. Rev. Randolph
Olive Alexander, executive secretary Musical
of the James E. Scott Com- Thompson former director of Religious -

ST. JAMES A.M.E. munity Center, and social and Education at Mt. Zion
I THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE civic wcrker of many years' experience Baptist Church, will be speaker.
Rev. H. McNeal Harris, pastor will be the speaker' at $The 7 p.m. service will termi-
10 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1959
7 Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter the 11 ajn. service. nate the Men's Day drive. Rev.

Sunday School............... .... 9'30 Smith, pastor of the New Bethel
Morning worship .................... 11:00: , Baptist Church, will deliver the
WOMAN'S DAY .- bethel Apostolic Temple ACE League ............................ 5:30 message.
I Evening worship .................... 7:00 .m ML Everyone is cordially invited to \
Duns it. Aluiis, pastor spend Sunday, Nov. 8 with the
AT MT. HERMON u. i.uiuer, assiiiambia. You are most cordially Invitedto men of Mt. Tabor.
''1. Wallace, reporter attend services at/ St. James on Elwyn M. Barnes is chairman
um JN.W. otftn street Sunday and join in with us incur of the Men's Day program Rev.P. .
Sunaay :befoul: ........................ 1UUU Homecoming celebration The I S. Brawn is pastor.
morning worsniip ................ iifta: >> Presiding Elder Rev. F. A. Allen
evening worsnip .................... 7MU will >be present and will deliver
the morning message. On Friday TRINITY W ESLt:.Y ANthv.

GREATER NEW BETHEL night Nov. 6, Rev. Allen will .
h. Junriiun
Ueurge ,
: lJ.-tS1VI
hold the fourth, and last quarterly
rtev. W. K. boom, ytwlof conference for ,this conferenceyear. Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter
Mrs. !t. Uonley: (Jiern 'newtr unsay Scnoui ..., Ij aou
__ All departments of the ....... ............
Morning worsmp ................ 11:00: church are urged to make a report turning wor mp' Shut
auuaay: t:><:nOV! .................?..... UdO: at this time." '-''PIE' Meeting 5pm
a' 9 BTU ...................................?....... a:3y Morning 'worship began at 11
evening worsnip ...........-....... 7uO: Sunday night beginning at 7:00: : o'clock with Miss Jennie Parksat
pjn. Rev Fayson, pastor of Mt. the crgan. Being the first
Zion Zion AME Church, Homestead, Sunday in the mcrath Hope M. Baptist and congregation will worship i i ". the day with the spirit of God in
I
1710 N.W. 69th St. and 17th Ave. with us and will have charge of our hearts. The sermon was so
.Sunday:: School 9:30 the services. You must make it ;.:: I thrilling everyone) was happy.

Morning Service 11:00: a MUST to attend services at St. .'. ,....., A4': I I The sermon: was, preached by the
BTU 6:00: James all day. ." pastor His text was taken from
On Nov. 15 the 11th annual Psalms 107:6.: Surely the Lord
.' '... '. Evening Service 7:00: Woman's. Day will be ob! rvlod. MRS. ESTHER CAMPBELL I was in this place that we 'were
" ,/ ,/1." (Tuesday night) Mrs. Sarah Mobley, chairman, General chairman for Woman's happy all the day and at 7:30: at

., :<.t. ';. I Prayer Meeting 8:00 Mrs. Susie Smith, co-chairman, Day, secretary of No. 2 choir, I our eveninij service we were refreshed -
( . and the women of St. James and Sunday School teacher and B.T.U. I with another sermon,
.
"(" :. /i..: ST. MARY'S W. M. the community, have pledged to treasurer. i after which the Lord's Supperwas

I Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor make' this the best Woman's The women of the church are administered. Everyone is
MRS. ZE33IE IRVING Mrs. S. Dawkins reporter Day in the history of St. putting forth every effort to welcome to come and worship
,
Sunday, Nov. 8 is the day. First Sunday School....................... 9:30: James. All captains are urged to make this a Red Letter Day. with us.
it has been designated as Wo Morning worship ................ 11:00: contact their members; every During the evening, a picture
man's Day. A day that the chair- Evening worship .........?......... 7:30: I member is asked to pay $10. We telling the story of an outstanding ANTIOCH BAPTIST
Mrs. Zessie and of the Bible will be
man Irving co- must reach our goal. woman
Sunday School was opened by
chairman Mrs. Norma Hall hopeto Visitors are always welcome. shawn, with Miss D. Hart as pro- Rev. E. D. Richardson pastor
raise $1,500. Mrs. Irving it John Bullard with devotional. jectionist. The public is invitedto Minnie T. Copeland. reporter

inviting all friends and well Classes' took their respective all the services. Spend the day Sunday School....................... 9:30:
wishers to make Mt. Hermon! places with their teachers at their Delegate toEpiscopal at Temple.1 Morning warship .................... 11:00:
your place of worship on Sun posts. Lesson was reviewed by I Coming! The Rev. J. H. Johnson BTU ............................................ 5:30:
Mr. Bullard. Sunday will be Ban- Synod of( West Palm Beach will Evening worship .................... 7:00:
day.You are invited to ,a/ttend/ a I ner Day. The class raising' the conduct a revival at Temple the Sunday, Nov. 8 will be Wo-
musical feast en Sunday, Nov. 8 most money will receive the ban- Mrs. Elisha S. Clarke 'Jr., has week of November 1622. man's' Day. Our leaders for the
at 3 p.m. Remember to visit the ner. been elected as a delegate to the Woman's. Day program are Mrs.
sick' and shut-ins. Services began at 11 a.m. with Provincial meeting of the Episcopal NEW HOPE P.B. CHURCHRev. Phillips and Mrs. James. Theyare
the being Churchwomen of the 4th asking the cooperation of the
pastor in charge. Sunday
-
the Province, from the Diocese of H. C. Samuels pasta entire membership along with
first the
MT. CALVARY BAPTIST Sunday pastor Mrs. Evelyn Granger, reporter their friends
lectured for eight minutes from South' Florida which will be heldat many to help them
Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor the 7th chapter of Micah 5:67.: Christ Episcopal, Church, In Sunday School....................... 9:30: reach their goal.
Phyllis Myers, reporter Theme, "My God will hear Greenville, S. C. on Nov. 10 and. Morning service .................... 11:00 Let us continue in prayer for
Sunday School....................... 9:30 In the Testimonial service me. 11. Mrs. Clarke is a member of BTU ............................................ 5:30I : our shut-ins. Visitors are alwayswelcome.
Morning worship ...........-....... 11:00 everyone was happy and filled the Church of the Incarnation, i I Evening worship .................... 7)30 .

BTU ............................................ 5:30 with the Holy Spirit. No. 1 choir the executive board of the Episcopal -,I
Evening worship .................... 7:00 furnished music for No. 2. Mrs.V. Churchwomen: of the Incarnation -
Higgs at the organ. No. 2 Christian Education'\
Monday night Nov. 2 we had ushers served.At secrtary of the Episcopal Church- YOU ASKED FOR IT !
our pastor's anniversary, which 7 p.m. devotion was led by women, the chairman of Ss. Ann-]t
So here it is-A full ONE YEAR
was wonderfully carried out. We the; pastor. He preached from St. Margaret Chapter: the church organist -
want to thank Rev. Griffin and Luke 22:15: theme, tiThe SufferIngs and supply organist of AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE
his congregation, for the wonderful Desires of Christ." Christ Church, Coconut Grove.]I
service they rendered. Holy Ocmtmumion was admin Mrs. Clarke' will be accompanied I Policy for most people with only
.
Sunday, Nov. 8, there will be a istered. Everyone was blessed. by her husband, Father< < Elishi S.1
program given by the Young Ma Both choirs furnished music with Clarke, .vicar.of the Church of the $15 DOWN PAYMENT

trons. Mrs. S. McFord at-the organ. Both Incarnation.
The sick and shut-ins are Sls. usher boards served. SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY

O. Hooks, Sis. M: James and Sis. I The public is invited to help Church of Transfiguration
N. MacClain. We pray for thema us celebrate our 36th anniversary 645 N.W. 36th St. 27th Ave. Farmers' Market
(Episcopal
)
'
speedy recovery. beginning Nov. 11 12 and
PL 9-5284 NA 4-1811
2571 N.W. 152nd Terr.
Visitors are always welcome to
13. On the llth preaching by Rev
come and worship with us at any Randolph Thompson. On the 12th Yen John E. Culmer
tian e. will be a program and on the priest in charge .
13th, the Junior chmh- bin Stanley Sweeting, reporter
charge. Immediately after the Services every Sunday
ST. LUKE BAPTISTMrs. program there will be a repast Morning worship .................... 9:30: Back To School
served. Sunday School..................... 10:30
Bunesba Green, reporterRev. -
P. W. Williams-pastor -

Sunday School..............-....... 0:30: GRACE PRESBYTERIAN THE INCARNATION Teachers for
Morning worship ................ 11:00: 1835 N.W. 54th StreetFr. Special
BYPU ........................................ 5:30: 14 th Ave. and 60th Street E. S. Clarke Jr. visas
Sunday School........... 0:30 am ,
Evening worship ...............-.. 7:00:
Susan Duller, reporterThe
Morning Service ............ 11:00: am i YOU-who are standing on your feet all
Westminster Fellowship 6:00 pm Sacred Heart Chapter of
GREATER BETHEL A.M.E the Episcopal Churchmen' is spon- day.YOUwhose.
FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST soring A Monte Carlo Party on
Rev. S, A. Cousin, pastor Friday, Nov 6 at. the home of
Mrs. Jenette Folson, reporter Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor Mrs. Jennie Forbes, 1840 NW nerves stay on edge
Sunday School......?............... 9:30: Claudia Wilson, reporter 63rd st. Time 8 p.m. The public is
Morning worship! ................ 11:00: Sunday School....................... 9:30 Invited. Mrs. Martha Strachan. Is YOU-who always feel tired and be-
Evening worship .................... 7:00: Warning worship .................... 11:00 chairman., .
Evening worship .................... 7:00: I I The St. Paul Guild of the Episcopal draggled
FIRST UNITARIAN Services of ordination will be Churchmen will have its
held at the church on the third monthly meeting at the home of YOU-who
Community Group No. 1 of the I Sunday, Nov. 15 at 3 pjm. One of John H. Anderson, 1785 NW 55th complain of poor circulation,

First Unitarian Church is sponsoring our young ministers, Bro. Paul terr. on Saturday, Nov. 7, 8 pjn. and in hands feet and legs
moonlight boat ride-as Freeman, will be ordained at All men living in the Opa Locka, cramps ,
a that time. All choirs, ushers and Tuxedo Park, Floral Heights and
.
entertaining and a fund-raising' ether auxiliaries, all other members Brownsville areas are urged to YOU-with muscular aches and pains
project on Saturday, Nov. 7. and friends of the churchare be present. Henry McKinney is
The boat will leave the Baker'sHaultover asked to be 'present at that chairman.We! .
Marina at 8:15: pan, time. have begun at the Incarna- YOU

"Dumbfounding Conformity"will tion for the month of November Men and alike- in
women are need of the services ofHEALTH
be the sermon subject of tb e MT., ZION A. M. E. "Loyalty Month" Sunday, Nov., 8
Rev. Robert W. Sonen on SundayNov. I will be "Family Sunday" Wee
.6, 11 a.m. at the church 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St.
asking all families of the church::
building, Dixie Highway at S.W. Opa Locks to attend services all day togeth'
Following the 'ser Rev. C. J. Jenkins pastor GGtk
vice 29th, the Road.Unitarian Church SchoolPOnSOJ'S Sunday School............... ":jo ajn er 10:45 and commune MIss.Maotthew .In a body at the 'E *4.

will serve luncheon. Morning worship ............ 11 un : am.
That evening: at 6:30, both; the League ................................ 5 pjn
Sender and Junior Liberal Religious Evening worship ................ 7 pjn : Temple AMEZ 601 N.W. 2nd Ave.MiamiPHONE
Youth groups will meet, as 1628 N.W. 5th Ave.

well os their parents to near a I I Sunday School _..........?..??. 93:0 FRanklin 1.2771 2-10 p.m.
recorded play by Tennessee Wil I Join The NAACP I Morning worship ..._...._ 11:00
liams. Evening worship ..............-,,.. 7:00 I



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FR. CULMER FLA. COUNCIL Range and Johnson THE MIAMI TIMES-'Th. People Newspaper"

... SATURDAY NOVEMBER 7, 1959 PAGE iiY's
HONORED ON 30thANNIVERSARY
OF CHURCHES
St. Paul Speakers

Men's (Club Kicks MAGNOLIA HOSPITAL
ELECTS Mrs. Athalie Range manager
FIRSTNEGRO
AT ST. AGAVES of Range Funeral Home will be Baby boys were born to Mrs.
the Woman's Day speaker at St. Tree
Off Christmas Alberta Howell, Mrs. Ruth Fel-.
By ELLIOTT J. PIEZE Paul AME Church 421 NW 19th ton, OMro. Mildred Andrews Mrs.
SalesThe Jessie Latham and Mrs. Mattie
At an elaborate testimonial The Florida Council of Ivory at Magnolia Hospital this
Churches Y's Men's Club of Carver 'past !week Baby girls bornto
dinner held Wednesday night at holding its annual Its' were
Branch YMCA launched
:)t. Agnes Parish Auditorium the session here at White Temple Christmas Tree Sales. All prof- Mrs. Bernice Gabe and Mrs.

Yen. Joan E. Culmer, rector c4 Methodist Church, commended its from the sales will go to assist Evan Taylor. All are doing nicely.
St. Agnes Episcopal Church, and City Manager Ira Willard on the YMCA in its You t h Medical patients Include Mrs.
Archaeacon for Negro Work Lathe Wednesday for his "forthright) Robert McCullough George

Diocese ol South Fioriaa, waa stand" in ordering the desegregation program Every family buys a Christmastree. Evans. Sara Sanders and Veronica -

signally honored on the occasion of: Miami's recreational It is sincerely hoped that West
U* ...* ..v.u iiili y Ci: 01>oU> Ol mo lacuiues.. The group also raised each family will buy from the Y's Cleveland Haynes was admit-
ministry as priest ol St. Agnes' Miami for its efforts "to grant Men's Club and help thousands ted for surgery. Magnolia reportsall
Cnurcn. LuLL privileges to all citizens re- and are recuperating very well.
of kids to grow up healthy'
:al diess to race.
.
crowd responded -
A near capacity happy .
to the call of this significant In a meeting with the City : Pay your dollar deposit on a NEW HOPE BAPTIST

occasion.A Commission on Wednesday the tree today. The trees will arrive
full course chicken dinner City Manager rescinded his orderof : not later than Dec. 15 and will Rev. James E. Drown pastor
was served and enjoyed by ail.Ai. the previous day to abolish be on sale on the grounds of the llroi Vandell Boyan, reporter

... ........ .,Ov.; A1 c+u1. IjOUlUt, racial ,ban at municipal recrea- branch 5770 NW 15th ave. Morning worship ................ 11:00
D. D. Bishop of the Di cese ol tional 'facilities Vs Evening worship .................... 7:00
South Florida! brought timely remarks The Rev. Benjamin J. Williams L' BTU ..1................:....................... 5:31
in behalf ol the Diocese. of the AME Church in Jacksonville Informal ClassesAt

*..* u.u-v, au)o paiu a s>i,iuiu- was named secretary He is CORE Needs You!
cant tribute to Fr Culmer.In the first Negro to be elected as Carver YMCAA
addition to the bishop other an officer .by the council.

u.-.......-+...... wao ''Avie: preheat: and Other officers elected were the -- .- -. --_. -.- series of Informal Classes Call FR 32704METROPOLITAN
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who--- -brought greetings Include: Rev. Canon Williams L. ltar- have been scheduled at the Car
King High City grove of Winter Park' an Episcopalian MRS. ATHALIE RANGESt.
Mayor Kooert ver Branch YMCA 5770 NW
Commissioner B. E. Hearn, I president; the Rev ., on Sunday morning Nov. 8. 15th Ave. Classes >in whist and
County Commissioner John H. Robert L. Hunt United Presbyterian The evening speaker will be bridge have already begun and is
Method, Dade Circuit Judge I U.S.A, of Fort Lauder- Mrs. Elizabeth E. Johnson, prin. being held in the Adult Game

h .......&&ou Heiui, ivlis. ruina rutu: dale, first vice president; and P, cipal of Phyllis Wheatley Elementary Room each Wednesday evening at life Insurance Co.
dent of the Bonded Collection vV. Fisher, Methodist layman.rom I School. 8 pm. The Informal Class in

school board, L. L. Brooks, presivi I Jacksonville, treasurer. Mrs. Henrietta Ferguson, general conversational Spanish begins
01 uie The African Methodist Episco. this Nov. 7 and last THE LARGEST ,INSURANCE
a .* .tuvjci*: a "ntfinutfi; chairman for the day announced Saturday,
Agency: Rev. L. A. Thompson, pal Zion Church was accented a I this week. that her comMR8. through Dec. 12. It is a 6-week
COMPANY IN THE WORLD'
pastor of Temple Baptist Church. i member of the council, in- activity which is being offered

".*.., ...ud *-.....'!I1QU. president ci .reasing: the number cl groups to r: ,.. for both youth and adults at two
the Friendship Garden and Civic i3 Tnis is their 13th annual session j.,'. separate periods. now offers you a completeline

Club, Fr. Lambert Sands, vicar Youngsters may enroll this of insurance:
of St Patrick's Episcopal Church Saturday from 10 a.m. to 11:30:
ol West Palm Beach, Mrs. Elizabeth a.m. Adults may take this course O LIFE
Espy Johnson. principal ol this Saturday from 2 p.m. until
Phyllis Wheatiey Elementary 3:30 pjn. Competent and experienced HOSPITALIZATION
School, Fr. Edward J. Bubb, ol instructors have been ob- INCOME PROTECTIONAll
St. Petersburg, chairman, of the tained for all of these classes.
Department of Publicity of Uuuu.ei Everyone is cordially invited to policies available on monthly
: *: ol bouin) fiorida *'r.Kvwe participate. The YMCA is a mem- basis
assistant priest of Ailboms ber agency of the United Fund.

Church of Miami Beach, Phone Charles
Vorisejc att

ana of B.Principal T. Washington Charles High L. Williams School. I Register Today! TU 8-140 I

for Informaton and appointment
Among members of St. Agnes I ELIZABETH E, JOHNSON Your Vote is Needed 1

on the evening'sprogram !
who responded John E. Culmer, rmttees have gone all out to make , , "
were:
Miss this a memorable occasion. The
Culmer
,
or., Miss Francena Theodora public is invited to attend all ser- r
Miss
Barbara Davis vices during' the day. Rev. J. D.
Williams Edward Wake, Mrs. PIANO SICK?
Washington pastor:
is
Smith
Mrs. Lenora ,
Lunice; Moss p
Harold E. Brown Charles Jones,
sky Scouts Troop No. 77, under. M BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe SEE WM. FINDER Sr. I
the leadership of St. Leroy Smith, h
Mrs. Leila R. Williams, Mrs.I' Miami Baha'i Assembly is FOR PROFESSIONAL PIANO A l
Ford Edward Smith, fish fry in celebration -
Bernice sponsoring a
Baldwin Hepburn and Dr. I. P. of the anniversary of the AND ORGAN SERVICES |N|

Davis. birth of Baha'ullah, Founder of
r the Baha'l Faith _6 pjm. Wednesday .. 1935 N.W. 153rd St. SERVICE
September 15 ol this yea Rev. W V. Geary, is the newly Nov. 11 at the home of Mrs.
marked the actual 30th anniversary appointed I pastor of Trinity CME Toby Emanuel, 43 Star Island, MU 8-3770
of Fr. Culmer's ministry but Church, 2014 NW 5th court. Rev Miami Beach. Mr. Wm. Bethel,

the occasion was celebrated Geary and congregation ay 545 NW 26th St. will be chair- .
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Wednesday ni&ht. During his 30( working hard toward KingdCmBuildirv
years at St. Agnes Fr. Culmer ?, He is a graduate of man.Mr, Thomas R. Baumgartner,
has baptized 2,589 persons and Texas College, with a B. A. de- former high school teacher, will
has {presented over 2,000 candidates gree. He also hQlds a B.D. degree discuss "Rural Youth In Society" RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE

for holy confirmation. His from Southern:: Methodist U., Dallas : 7 pjm. Sunday, Nov. 8 at theBaha'i Rectal Diseases Varicose Veins
vigorous and effective ministry Perkins School of Theology Center 137 NW 11th ave.' t 0
has attracted national as well as He has pastored several churchesin Everyone is cordially invited to Effective, painless, non.surgloal office treatments at low cost-

local attention and recognition. Texas and has been a Boy attend both of these events. no loss time or Income. Avoid surgery and ho.pltallzatlon. Why
for the YMCA
Following a series of significant Work secretary in community wear truss Why suffer, delay and get worse?
His experiences .
tributes Fr. Culmer responded will service are numerous. He is a Harvest Sip 6 CONSULTATION FREE 9

to all remembered.In a manner He that expressed member of Omega Psi Phi fraternity Auxiliary Board No. 2 of Greater Special medication, treatments, diets for arthrltla neuritis, ulcers .

long thanks be and appreciation for Alpha Kappa Mu Honor in (Bethel AME Church invites blood pressure, sinus anemia lost vigor, chronic disease
and has participated .
that were Society you to its 8th annual Harvest Sip,
all of the fine things various interracial groupings. Sunday, November 8 at the home of men and women.
said about him and in a mannerfor Sunday will mark the lastLord's Mrs. Daniel R. Francis
been noted of Mr. and DR. LONG'S CLINIC REDUCING.
which he has long willappropriate Supper celebration at Trinity 1221 NW 87th st. Time 4 to
climaxed the entire evening The Vestry Every loyal member is askedto 6 p.m. Miss Jessie Giles, presi 21 S.W. 13th Avs., PR S-274I e A General Health Service
quotation. be s present and to join( in this. dent.
and Parish organizations presented service of worship.
important Mr. Willie
On are:
program
Culmer.
a gift to Fr. and Come hear this man of God speak Futch Mrs. Barbara Kees and
Arthur Evans was pianist the vital issue of our timeis
cn Mr. Edna Davis and other par-
accompanied for the occasion they relate to the scripture. ticipants. 2260 N.W. 62nd Street .
and Elliott J. Pieze served as I

master r of ceremonies.Church BETHEL BAPTISTRiebttroad Special Piano Classat 22 STORY CBS BUILDINGStore


of The Open Door Rev. L. R. ROM Heights, Pastor FACA or office lit floor and 3 apt. now rented at

Dr. H. C. McDowell, pastorA. Jean E. Scott reporter very special piano class lor $250 per month. Please do not disturb tenants.

E. McNeal, reporter Sunday School....................... 8:30 piano beginners has recently Write or phone owner for appointment. S. A. BeyerRt.
Sunday, Nov. Morning service .................... 11KH: been organized. The rates a r every
Events_ to come American: Education BTU ............................................ 5:30: very low. Mrs. Florence 2 Box 1052 Naples, Fla.BROKERS .
8 To Initiate faculties of G. Evening service ........................ 7:00: Albert of Now York, with a
the
Week Elementary School, The No.1 choir of Bethel Baptist Julllard background Is our much COOPERATEPhone
W. Carver and Be- Church Is sponsoring a musical qualified instructor:
Mrs. Tucker principal. 8 at still Midway 2-2344 N7
Mr. Cogdell (program' Sunday Nov. Apart from the above we
thune Elementary will worship, with us ina 3:00: p.m. You are invited. have openings In private, piano,
principal, voice and woodwind Instruction.Also ; .
friends engaged and congregation
invite all The pastor
We
body. Camel opening in ballet and mod- -.--. ---T
education Mt. -
at .
in the held of will render service ..
worship with us.. Baptist Church Sunday Nov. 15 em dance classes. Rozlstrattans

and;Friday parents Nov.to 13 Recognition at 3 pm. Rev. D. A. Bradley are held each Saturday and morning Tots Y's Men's Club Xmas Tree Sales
City
and acceptance cl the Church: ol pastor NW 14th terrace. at YMCA Liberty
the Open Door, Congregational, Our sick member is 'Mrs. Mary Town Richmond Heights.offers The the (Canada. Best Quality Tree)
Arts Conservatory
Fine
Association HospHal.
Wright who is in Mercy
by the Southeastern sick. best instruction In the Fine Arts Everyone buy Christmas Tree
South East Coast Association Please pray for and visit the ] -
by the For Infor
at the lowest prices.
Miami
meeting at the FR Buy from Y's Men TodayIt
BAPTISTRev. matron call MO 5-2008 or
Road.
JAMES
ST.
Beach Church Nov., Lincoln 15 Gala Day' 4-7053.<< helps thousands of kids to grow up healthy and
Sunday,
Johnson pt r
J. L.
with
happy
at 11 am.
Special worship S.f vices XAVIERN.W.
Sunday ST. FRANCIS
guest soloist and Dr. Wicks well be as Sunday School ....._ 0:30 ajn Arrival Date-December 10, 1959

guest speaker. At 5 p.m.of Churches:!I Morning Worship ?_... 11:00: am 4th Ave. and 18th Terr Carver YMCA, 5770 N.W. 15th Avenue

host to the association well all out. alt ....._.-..........._....... 5:30 p.m Phone FR 9-1424
and ministers as as Evening: Worsuip _......'7:30 p.m MASSES DEPOSIT $1.00
greater 'MIami. A service ... ........... 8 :
friends of Visitors always welcome Da fly ....._. .. SJD t
.. ...
followed bjt .. ... .
... . ,
cf thanksgiving, 323 N.W. 14th Bt- Sunday N...... 7 un. & 8:30 am >
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CARDSMORIALS DEATHS I PAGE 12 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1959_




CARD- OF THANKSI IN MEMORIAMIn Sister of Miamian NOTICE Washington Clark.

I to take this method to sad but loving memory of Dies in New YorkMrs. All Worthy Matrons and Worthy I Wedding .

thank all of my friends for their our mother and grandmother, Patrons are requested to Miss Selena Clark, and Sam
kindness shown to SWEETING KEMP Emmeline Hughes of Jamaica
HESTER
during
me my
I meet oh Sunday, Nov. 8 to make Albert Washington were .married -
recent illness. I want 1 to thankDr. who departed this life Nov. 7, Long Island New York, a on Thursday evening, Oct.
for Eastern Star
Held the staff of nurses at 1942 at Key West. sister of Mrs. Helena Sifontes,' arrangements 29, at Temple Baptist Church
Monroe General Hospital, the Jesus, while our hearts are bleeding well known retired Miami schoolteacher Day at 1942 NW 3rd ave.o'clock.at the She% was given In marriage by her
Council 3:30
:
meeting
different friends that spent nights of 3163: NW'' 48th Terr.
brother, Ezekiel Clarke. A number -
and days at the hospital with me, O'er the spoils that death has in Brownsville, died Tuesday at I Rev. T. A. Rolle, G. W. P. of the friends and relativesof

all them'that visited me and my won. her hone In New York. I the couple were present. The '
mother, the preachers who visited WeWould at this, solemn meeting Mrs. Hughes is also survivedby double-ring ceremony was per-
and prayed' for me, the hundredsof Calmly say-thy will be done. another sister, Mrs. Jestina E. I formed by the Rev. L. A. Thompson < -
get well cards and beautiful Though cast down we're not forsaken Bourne, two sons, a daughter and BLESSINGSJOHN .
flowers and other token sent to ; other relatives. STARR
me. I will assure you that your Though afflicted, not alone : Funeral services will be heldon 5tf5 tfJHARLEM ;:
kindness will never be forgotten. Thou didst give, and thou has Friday in Jamaica. 1 to 3 DAY BLESSING
Ernestine Welters, florist taken; Persons 'desiring to send condolences $25.00OTHER :' SQUARE
Blessed Lord thy will be in the death of Mrs. SWEET SHOPA
BLESSINGS
CARD OF THANKSThe done. Hughes' may address them in care
$5.00 to $20.00P.
Edna Kemp, daughter of her daughter, Mrs. Claire FULL LINE OF GROCERIES
family of the late, Mizpah Adderly, daughter Nurse, at 111-20 Inwood Street, O. Box 1922
ALPHONSO RAHMING
Alfred. Earl and Jamaica 35, L. I., New York. COLD CUTS COSMETICS
(Friday) Vandelean, grand children Cleveland 6 Ohio
:Mrs. Sifontes and Mrs. Bourne ,
203 N.W. 10th Street
who died Oct. 17 and was buried
left Miami Thursday for New
Oct. 21 wish to extend SW 19600BLESSINGS
our
.
-
IN MEMORIAM York to attend the funeral. ,4 "" ;:
thanks and appreciation< to all
those who expressed their sympa- In loving memory of our beloved You are :never helped Y's Men's Club

thy ,by acts of kindness, cards, mother and grandmother, .. Unless You Try CHRISTMAS TREE SALES
floral tribute and telegrams -- D12Don't

during the' death of our son and FOR SALE Helps YOUth
brother. Special thanks to the MAKE DEPOSIT TODAY

Range Funeral Home and Rev. T. Fret Fight! Call OX 6.0231
Johnson and the many other + A REAL BUY -
friends and relatives May God b

bless each and everyone of you. ,. 7691 N.W. 12th Ct. -

The Family ( rib I DRESSES.
Large corner 4-bedroom, 2
CARD OF THANKSThe
I
family of the late, Ma baths, 2 Florida rooms, TO STORES, PEDDLERS AND INDIVIDUALS

LILLIAN ROLLE FARRINGTON CBS home furnished, fruit I Big Assortment of Wearing Apparel .at all Times

who passed into the Great Beyond Hundreds of beautiful dresses-all new
on Oct. 6, extend sincere gratitude -
to their many relatives, trees, taxes paid. Values to $25, only...........,. $1.50 .

friends and neighbors for their I ,PL 8.0991 Big Assortment Slightly Higher

kind deeds, untiring service, Men's Suits Value to $50 $7.50
'words of consolation and devout
Children Dresses $1.00
prayers. Your lovely flowers
brought rays of sunshine into our Boys Suits, Value ko $25 .. $5.00

grief-stricken To Rev. S.home.A. Cousin, the TIGER IS APPAREL WHOLESALERS

choirs and members of Greater N.W. St. Take elevator floor
127 2nd ( to 2nd )
Bethel AME Church and the entire COMING"PUNCTUALITY

staff of the Richardson fun- -,. --....._- Phone FR 7-2943 FASHION MART. BUILDING
eral Home, we extend a special
word 'of thanks. May our heavenly LOLETHA WILLIAMS
Father bestow blessings upon who departed this life Nov. 9,
each of you. HM9 IS
When peace, like a river, atten- Gone, but not forgotten.
deth my way, Bless thou the dead THE POLITENESS OF M M '
When sorrows like sea billows Which die in thee; KINGS"
roll; As thou hast given her release,

Whatever my lot, Thou has So qukken her thy face to see, (Author's name below)
taught me to say, And give her everlasting peace.O .
It is well, it is well with my soul. Lamb 'cf, God, redeemer blest, Punctuality Is more than
Dorothy F. Patterson, Light. Grant her eternal light and rest. Just politeness In our phar
Thomas, Ivan, Joe, Clem, Mrs. Blanche Turnquest,
Claude, Nathaniel and DaughterMrs. macy. Almolt'everything we "

(Harold Rolle, brothers Lillian Moss, Daughter supply affects the better
.And Family Charles, Bruce, Lander health or comfort of our

Williams, Sons patrons. Therefore we make
CARD OF THANKSThe And grandchildrenIN
every possible effort to keep +;?
family of the late MEMORIAMIn any spoken Or Implied / I, f' h
CATHERINE GIBSON HARRIS promise
who died en Oct. 14, and was.
of be-
loving mom cry our
15727 N.W,17tb AVENUE ,FLORIDA .Phone OX 1-4111, OX 14141near
laid to rest Oct. 22 wish Rain shine >
on to. loved mother. or our pharmacy
extend our thanks and appreciation Is opened at Its specified .
to all those who ROSA HEPBURNwho Md Athll Ran *01nIenOlear,Rose, LJeemri EmtelM>huraJ Director
expressed
died Nov. 7, 1936. time each morning. .
their sympathy by acts of kind- "God of the in whose
living I
Busy or not iwe stay open
ness, cards, floral tributes and. ,
telegrams eyesUnveiled late hours for sickness .
Special thanks to the 'Range Thy whole Creation lies, keeps no early closing hour ..,
All souls are Thine; we must not
Funeral Home, Elder C. B. Rock Compounding prescriptionsIs '
,
and congregation of the Community say
-
S. D. A. Church, neighborsand That those' are dead who pass our most Important duty 4 I ,

other friends, again thanksto away; and you can depend on us

everyone Mrs. Charlotte for everything.Gibson Virginia And SisterRange Hepburn to always have them readyat ',, ,/lKit .I IFrn fi i rJ acid IrPr l rnd '
the promised time.
Mrs. Lucille Pinkney
Mrs. Ruth Bullard . .
!Mrs. Marie Hliggs Mrs. Susie Bell Rozier of 6128 .-=

Mr. Floyd Gibson NW 19th court died In Jackson I YOUR DOCTOR --s.-::=
And the rest! of the family Memorial Hospital on Oct. 29, CAN PHONEFR .. ,,t..o r r Nr
following an extended illness. 3-2932
IN )MEMORIAM Survivors Include her husband,
WHEN YOU NEEDA
Walter, 2 sons, .Booker T. and I
In of
WILLIAM' memory"BILL" GOLDEN Kermit Sinclair. and other rela MEDICINEPick

who departed this life November tives. Chapel services were conducted '
.
8, 1957- on Tuesday. Burial was LESTER C. ALBERT, Funeral Director

Mabel Golden, mother held at Lincoln Memorial Ceme- .up your prescription 6942 N.W. ISth Av.nu. OX (1-7661
tery.
Mary Hudson, sister If shopping near us, or let
us deliver promptly without .

.1p-; :.. Your Watch Cleaned Oiled Adjusted extra charge. A great many It is our aim to render a conscientious service.
people entrust us with their
:';/: < Guaranteed ............................ .. $4.75 prescriptions. May we com Reasonable in price and satisfactory in every detail
,'. ..' pound yours?

,f..o., ;., ,' TV's ........................................ $10 Down
1 Class Rings Luggage Watches Radios -e-
t ;,._ ,

t;: i4,: .:;.: Guaranteed Watches .... .., from $8.95 SERVICEDRUG .
t n
DAVID JEWELERS STORE

> ." 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4.1522
1240 N.W. 3rd Avenue

PRESCRIPTIONCHEMISTS


ENROLL NOW IN
Quotation by Louis 18th of

SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOL France ((17 -1824)

Copyright! 1959 ((10W1) ? ; >, II

For a Life Long Profession
.

I Florida's Oldest, Reliable. and Complete School MORTICIANS '-

1011 "N.W. 2nd Avenue' FR 4-3998 Register to Vote! 334 N.W,10th Street Phone FR 17679i

Your Vote is Needed Miami Florida U.L, RICHARDSON, JR.. OWNER .

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NASSAU' NEWS THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People New.paper"-
.
Twenty-four clergymen, of f the I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1959 PAGE 13

Anglican Church in Nassau met .
at Addington House on October
17 in a conference to plan for
the Diocessan Synod' which started -
on Sunday., .,
Hair Weev Technician, Mrs.

'Four boys, ages 13, 15, 18 and I Sallie Collins of the Modernistic .
17 "iwi re c larked vith stealing Beauty Salon i is a
box from a store on East Shirley a licensed hair weev technic-
containing 33040. The
Magistrate has set Nov.2 for the ian. She can weave hair on a
'preliminary hearing and ?has allowed your head to add length,
WANTED For Rent : them bail of $140 each fullness and cover bald
and
one
surety. Her work is .
2-BEDROOM HOUSE. Price spots. guaran .
TO SHARE in Efficiency Cottage or $1,500 cash. 6122 NW 19th court. Forty-six police recruits had teed and reasonably priced. .t' ::wti
apt. quiet neighborhood, phone Call PL 7-3810. their Passing Out Parade on 1. !" .
Bill, FR 487818,. to 3 p.m. Oct. 19 at ,the Police Barracks. For further information call FR 4-9944 or come tot
ONE GOOD PUMP and Tank. Thev were accompanied by
,
A NICE SINGLE MAN or woman Reasonable. NE 5-5283. special police squad. His Excel- MODERNISTIC BEAUTY SALON
who would like to live In a lency the Governor, who
inspected -
lovely home. 826 N.W. 3rd Avenue
Phon'd
NE 4-8495.
APARTMENT. 3 roomswith/ recruits, 'praised the Police
5710 NW 19th ave. Miss Minnie bath. Hot ""water, fenced-in yard. Force I for its high quality of men. ,
Martin.
Quiet place for adults. Call Mr. Long Service Medals were awarded -
Carey FR 48398. After 6 p.m. to Assistant Superintendent
call NE 41087.2BEDROOM John '1'. Orawley and Sgt. Scott,
FOR RENT and Good Conduct Medals' ,to Re- NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESSMike's
apts. in choice Lib- cruits MacDonald and Farring-
FURNISHED 3-bedroom house In erty City area. Refrigerator, stove ton.
Opa Docka, 2470 NW 155th Terr., and water free. Also furnished RestaurantFormerly
Bunche Park area. Desire quiet, 1-bedroom apts. 844 NW 70th st. News was received last //week
working family. Quiet and private manager on premises. indf that Lady Dundas, 83, died in ( Tuxedo Seafood Palace)
surroundings. For information ; London' on Oct. 14. Wife of the
call NA 1-6654. indi late Sir Chas. Dundas, she founded Featuring Louise Romer cooking those delicious
FOR SALEDry the Dundas Civic Center
Shrimps, Chops, Steaks and Chicken
1-BEDROOM APT. Children while her husband was gov-
welcome. Near bus, school Good Cleaning and Laundry ernor of the Bahamas. This institution -
tenant only .4190 NW 32nd ave. business, (good location, 544 NW has done and is doing 6851 N.W. 15th Ave. OX 19773LEE
14th st. After 2:30: pjn. Indt a fine Job in training young MIKEL, PROP.
FURNISHED Efficiency. None people for hotel and domestic
better. All utilities. Near bus LOT. Size 50x140 in Carver Ran work. As a mark of respect for N14
shopping. 4190 NW 32nd ave. ches. (West Hollywood) A nice the founder, the center closed on
key lot, next to corner. Cash or Oct. 21.Samuel.
PARTLY FURNISHED. 3-bed- terms. If terms, small down pay WOULD YOU LIKE TO
room house and 1-room apt. ment, MU 51322. N21 Inprraham. who was DREAM A LUCKY
Near bus line and school. Phone HOUSE charged with the death of James
OX 6-0509. INDF 1440 NW 6th ave. Apply McKinney in a traffic accident on P 'NUMBER?
Gecrge Martin, FR 14977. Mav 7. was in the Supreme Can't dream? Dreams don't play

2-BEDROOM APT Living room, Court for trial on Oct. 22.- Tfrs\" Always mill by one? Put this teal
bf'll1Iq' r or res n ted .by L. O.:
bath and kitchen. Stove and refrigerator Pind- Q under your pillow and you may
furnished 3028 NW ling. Solicitor General M. J.
52nd st. Phone NE 4-3933. Thomoson represented the dream what number to play and
Crown. how to play It.
r
HOMES FOR SALEDave
RENT S Come, tend, or call 'OX 1-1541
McIntosh
We have a choice 2-bedroom, Says, Samuel l -was fined
apt with stove and refrigerator Live life, every golden minute 280 in the Magistrate's Court on o .JAMAICA CANDLE SHOP
'Bus 24 passes door. 2945 NW of it.Harry. October 18 for driving without eo 6965 N.W. 15th Ave.
46th st. Also available a 1-bed Says, 'i driver's license and for being Miami 47, Florida
room apt., new building, 524 NW22nd That's right, but live in a home "under the Influence. He was
si. FR 9-3576. of your own.Beautiful. ordered. .. to pay! _$14 eonpensatl< n
to wilton nolle, is. and the
PRIVATE ROOM One single CornerNear same f Constable Clarke, who
r man, television, telephone were knocked down by his ve-
and
kitchen privilege. Private. NE Orchard Villa School, 3- h clp. Mclntosh will not be able
55283. bedrocm, carport, on a corner to *et a driver's' license for another -
FURNISHED ROOM. Capable for with a yard like' a park. FHA year. I DAY CLEANINGPANTS
terms low down
a single woman. Please call PL payment.
8-0737 or ccme to 1376 NW 70th
St. Day ,Nursery

FURNISHED one bedroom apt. KindergartenMake
1870 NW 55th Terr. NE 50010. f
money with this new 504Friday
FURNISHED NW area. Fully equipped, 2 com- w .
ROOMS in private ,
pletely furnished homes on four
Both home in and beautiful a 4-bedroom house. lots Price and terms low for this i Q* MOIL
location. Phone
terrific opportunity. Call for
PL 76015. appointment to see. now NOO iwa Hd27 ( and Saturday lOc More)


NEWLY with kitchen FURNISHED privilege. 1835 Rooms NW Call E. Harry DennyPL Hit SpecialOf .

-4th ave. PL 84151. N28 7.8250 The Week) ,

APARTMENT- FOR RENT LOWRIE REALTY I Expert Alterations

OXford 1-2114 TU 7-1536 "Say Man, Again"BO

NEW CBS HOUSE- 2-bedrooms, 1112 Palm Ave., Hialeah DIDDLY .:\ SON CLEANERS .
"having linen and clothes closets,
9
bath with shower, dining room, Only 79c
living room, kitchen ,with com-
plete cabinets, stove and refrig- THIS WEEK ONLY 1047 N.W. 3rd AvenueTHE
erator, hot and cold water. AH
metal Venetian blinds furnished. TIGERIS Variety Record Shop
Have carport with wash house

nice and lawn washing with machine shrubbery.and very$20 COMING! 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue I

per /week Phone OX 1-7739 or 6400 N.W. 15th AvenueDIVER'SIJCENSE
can be seen at -6534 NW 23rd i ONLY TRUE DREAM BOOK
ave.

:FuRNISHED: ROOM. $12.50 per "The Old Indian" Dream BookList
!
week. 1454 NW 71st street, Ph.
OX 12133. of Common Thing We Dream About

ONE-BEDROOM APT. Furnish BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE This little book ,tells you:
ed. Call OX 14514. 83 71 40
What to do to bring luck_ 35
O'BERRY'SMAGIC
ROOM. 141 NW 9th St. See Miss 8
What to do when about to under \") 51
Montgomery, Apt. 1. D5
CITY DRIVING SCHOOL go operation or Imprisonment. l

INFORMATIONFor What to do when you have i
a Clean Comfortable FR 4-7756 rl
R.I
: ROOM court caee. ,
I 1453 N.W. 6th Avenue
Also 3
furnished
house for rent k
What to do to get what you 33
(Adults) .'
for.
Downtown Location

C-Barber at 321 NW 16th St. -. What to do to unite love one. CHIEF TAR

Nil What to do when cross conditions and enemies are against you
:STORE. 3006 NW 46th St. Apply Brownsville Omg Store .
George Martin, FR 1-4977.. What to do to have good, true dreams-and many oth....

\ To get this beek In your neighborhood storey all
Quiet FURNISHED EFFICIENCY Apt. O Prescriptions o Drug o Money Order NE 4-0956 or NE 6-0087

1-4891. neighborhood.Call. OX See our Beautiful Xmas Gift Small Deposit Mail Money Order tot

MODERN FURNISHED. ROOMS TOYS COSMETIC Will GIFTS Hold TREE DECORATIONS THE "OLD INDIAN" PRODUCTSP.

with private bath and kitdhdn. DOLLSW. O. Box 47901 Miami, Florida
OX 14864.3BEDROOM.
W. WELTERS, Reg. Pharm., Prop. FREE DELIVERY

HOUSE for sale. 4634 N.W. 27th Ave. NE 4-7233 -

Phone NE 3-9237 during the day Our Classified Columns Get Fast
end NZ 4-7200 at night : .- i5S !: .

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I Adult Education And .
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1959




I SCHOOL NEWSHonor American 'Education WeekThe



second week In Novembej range of) offerings is wide

'Students 'at RED CROSS . has been designated by Presidential and the instruction is thorough. FRANK C. MARTIN ELEM.
Proclamation as American
85 Get Leadership Education. /week. Throughout the 47 FINISHOf The principal and staff have
Holy RedeemerThe nation, special programs and activities each 100 Negro children beginning completed plans for the obser-
will be held to mark the in the first grade, only vance of American Education
Training at CampThe
1-8 grade parents braved importance of this event. Special' 47 will finish the 8th grade, less Week, which begins on Sunday,
inclement weather to attend open will be the than 25 will graduate from high
placed
annual Junior Red Cross emphasis on Nov. 8. The theme for American
house at Holy Redeemer School. school, and only 3.4 will obtain
Leadership Training Center will area of adult education. Friday, Education Week Is "Praise and
This special occasion was to interest the bachelor's degree from an
take place this weekend at the Nov. 13, has been set aside as Apraise Your:: School."
and student accredited college. The Implications -
to parents as
Adult Education
Day. On Monday all parents have
Dade Owaussa Bauer
Camp, ,
of these statistics atTeen's
time for
the are
\well; as this was been invited to have lunch with
Naranja.An Much could be written about and shamefulin
discouraging
parents to receive ai progress report once
their children In the cafeteria.
on their children for the intensive training in the the importance the dire neces- an age when so much help is will
Tuesday's faculty meeting
program of Junior Red Cross will in Instances of the offered and
first reporting period. The "New sity many to any everyone.
be devoted to a discussion on the
Look" of the progress report be given. Approximately 85 selected program of adult education. With It must be remembered that Education Week theme.

cards was fully explained. student leaders from each regard to minority groups, some the advance of .automation is Wednesday morning a skit will
There were honors won by of the Secondary Schools will extremely interesting facts come eliminating many of the tradit-
A
be presented over the P. sys-
several pupils during this reporting participate. Four students will to light. First, and most astund- ional "common labor" jobs. Whileit

period; such as; Distinguishes -I also come from Ft. Lauderdalefrom ing in the revelation that illiter- is true that automation will tem.Open House will follow a spec-
Scholastic> and Coop- Dillard and Attucks High acy runs almost 60 percent in the create new Jobs, it is truer still ial assembly Friday
,
schools and chairman of secon- program
overall non-caucasian populationin that the be held
new Jobs can
erative.To .
13 8:30 the cafe-
Nov. at : a.m. in
schools for Dade County ,
receive Distinguished Honor dary the United States. This figure only by the most highly skilled

students must maintain an will ,be in charge of the camp is obtained on a less than ele- people. torlum.Walter, White, principal

"A" in conduct and at least a who will be assisted by Miss mentary schooling basis. The The American Negro stands at Jean H. Young, reporter
"B" average in their studies. To Margery Coniroy, director of Jr. repercussions of this diSmal fact an historical crossroad. We fer-

receive a Scholastic Honor students Red Cross, Dade County chafer, in terms of employment, of financial vently hope that the decisions he

must maintain at least a B and the following: I security, and social acceptability -. makes and the steps he hakes will
in conduct and' studies. To earna Mrs. Geneva Collie and Mrs. are widespread Un- advance him culturally and eco- LIBERTY CITY ELEM.

Cooperative' Honor, studentsare Naomi Adams of George Wash- schooled and untrained people I nomically 'to a position of ready
required to maintain an "A" ington Carver High; Mrs. Betty are always at the mercy of their acceptance Into the world family. The faculty la very proud of

in conduct. Sands, Mrs. Emma Spicer and superiors. They can not partici- His strongest and surest ally as the way its parents turned out

The following students received Miss Caretha Bawl, Dorsey Junior pate successfully in the normal he strives for this progress will for Parent-Teacher Gomfenetace:::

honors for the first reporting High School; Douglas McKinnon conduct of civic and governmental be educational, education, and Day. We feel that your many
period: and Mrs. Francine Hart, MaysHigh affairs. They must live like more education. suggestions, your enthusiasm,
School Mrs. Zelma Peters
; strangers in their own surroundings and sincere promise of
your sup-
Mrs. Maybelle Clark of North VISIT THE SCHOOL
DISTINGUISHED HONORS8th dependent the tolerance
upon pert:: will better enable us to do
grade Esther Berry Dade High; Mrs. Gwendolyn Bar- and good graces of their The administration and facul- the job. for which we have pledged
I nett of Northlwestern Senior High
Thomas6th
7th grade Larry fellow
Blon- Mrs. Catherine Mapp, Mrs. men. ty c: grade Stephanie
not have all out that
dell, Georgette McIver, Marilyn Dorothy Graham of Booker T. DON'T BE ILLITERATEThe Northwestern cordially extend. parents on
Scott. Washington. Also assisting will an Invitation to Mr. and Mrs. day because there was not timeto
adult education program Public to visit our school and our confer with all. Parents, our
2nd grade-Valeria Bland, Glena be Mrs. Portia. Sands of Mays
2nd grade Beatrice Mciver, High who will be in charge of available to any Dade counttan class during the observance of IlChool doors are open to you at
Martha A. Welters8CHOLABTIC recreation and Miss Eddie Wilson is doing much to erase illiteracyand American Education Week. Come all times, so come when the occasion -

of Liberty City Elementary and lack of understanding from and criticize us; but, better yet, warrants it.
HONORS8th L. C. Evans Elementary in our community. Our citizens can come and join us In our great This is National Education
grade Saundra Lester, charge of the handcraft. improve' their personal lot greatly struggle against the forces of ignorance Month. We have many activities
Russ Jolivette, Paul Wyche7th Miss Alznes Jackson, North- Just by inquiring at the school and non-participation: in planned to share with you duringthe
grade Marie Holmes, Lo- western High, will be Camp Director about how they can be helped. the American pattern of life. week of Nov. 814. It Is said

na Bethel, Alan Blondell, Harold assisted by Albert Jenkins, I 1 . . . that A week without Church,
Stuart, Frances Robinson Selina North Dade High, and president makes one: weak." Many of our
Dean, Gail Jones. secondary County Council. Other teachers and students will begin
6th grade Joseph Hilton. leaders will be Miss Lillian ConferenceWith the week by attending various

4th grade Etta McIver, Patricia Hayes, Booker T. High, Charles churches In the Liberty City area
Styles, Thelma Hilton. Sands, Northwestern High; Jean Nov. 8. Parents, may we see you
2nd grade Valeria' Bland, Faison, Carver and, James Floydof HAROLD ANTHONY there?

Casey, Carolyn Dixon, Evelyn North Dade. There Is nothing quite as Important
Hicks. JaCQueline McPhee. Rus- as being able to sit down
sell Meriedy, El'fred' Pinkard, ------- I It Is Teen's Conference time greatest benefactors of our lives. and enjoy a family dinner, especially -

Paul Taylor, Patricia White. NorthwesternEvening, I again. This time the topic of con- By our courtesy and attention if it Is prepared by some-
COOPRATIVE HONORS6th one other than ycu.' Well, we are:
grade: versation Is on courtesy and prove our gratitude. I am of the
going to do just that Wednesday,.
Joy Hamilton, Hermin Jenkins, High School punctuality at school. opinion that our posture also reflects Nov. 11, is our special family
Eugene Smith, Sandra Murray. What is one of the most essen- our gratitude and Is a dinner day. Your child Is anxious,
8th grade Albert Doyle, Rufus The Evening High School announces tial parts of your education? Is means of courtesy. Sit erect! Do to have you oc-me to school and'',

Hughes, Alicia Jackson, Jul- that the Business Education there anything manly or ladylike not sprawl on your seat! A lazy have dinner with him; this is a
ian Johnson, Bernadette Seymour Division will accept registration I about the lack of (good manners? posture is Indicative of a lazy special treat that you can't afford -
7th (grade Sharon Clarg, Yo- now for the secretarial I mind You must think and seri- to miss. Please come out .
landa Robinson. refresher course which is to be- A boy or girl who is truly edu- ous thinking is difficult work. and eat with us.

3rd grade Frances Bethel, gin, In approximately two weeks. cated possesses courtesy. YO14'knowledge We realize that our parents are
You like read
to don't
will be little valueto ?
,
you
of
Karen Edward Sharon Holts This will be all
course open to hard working people, but a little
!Beverly Parks, Cheryl<< Reynolds, persons interested in qualifyingfor you in any walk of life If you Well, let's not ever touch or read fun Is gocd for our mental health.

Denise Sawyer, Janice Williams.2nd the school board's secretarial' have bad manners. anything on the teacher's desk Friday night, Nov. 13, is Fun

grade Alice E. Moss. examinations. Apply in person or : As punctuality\ at school; without first having permission.I Night for our parents and their
phone application to PLaza Privacy should always be friends. This is treat really
your always be on time, in fact, be on respected a you
4-M91. I time for Often your teacher's can't afford to miss. Come out
engagement
LILLIE C. EVANS ELEM. any
bock' ha information that desire and dine play and enjoy
whether it be for play fo class. / you games
The Spanish class 'which has
The but remember It is her book. yourself. We have a surprise' in
many parents who attended been organized will get under way Punctuality is a social kindnessand '
our last PTA meeting' will early this month. It is regrettedthat business requirement. Culti- Our manners show always. We store for you.
agree that it was a ''pleasant and circumstances' beyond the vate this habit during your like to do something that are not Mary F. Williams, principal
informative one. Parents were school days. Do each considered tR. J. Everette, reporter
control of the local school administration assignedtask good manners. The
further enlightened on I the'mean. caused this delay with the greatest care and one.thing that comes to mind

ing of the grades on their' children's however, persons already enrolled neatness. The heading on your right now Is: Chewing gum, That,
report cards, through discussions will I be notified by letter paper and the work on every comrades, Is forbidden in the
held In each .(grade group. as to the starting date. The delay line 'should be exactly as speci- public! And especially In school. FOR SALEBy
After the meeting a "Pie Walk"'was offers the opportunity to othersto fied. What about our hats, boys? Let's
enjoyed by all. The lucky register during this brief inter- remember to remove them when'We
ones walked home with the delicious Your personal appearance, teen
are inside of
a> building, even
pies donated by parents.: im.The Spanish class at the Frank timers, should be praiseworthy.Clean the corridors Summons

Our Parent-Teacher Confer- C;. Martlh' Eelementary Schfcod, hands, face and finger-
Real Estate Broker
IRe
ence Day was attended by a totalof Richmond Heights Is now meetIng nails are necessary. Your clothIng Our minds are open, rather :. .

375 parent regularly. Persons in that area should be neat. Your hair should be open. So let's ask IN COCONUT GROVE
"Here Are Your Schools" who wish to enroll at this time must be well combed and trim questions, plenty of them! Just Frame 2-bedroom home, $6-

month began with a week long may do so by applying at the med. ratverrtber to be courteous In 095 $500 down, $65 per month
celebration, Nov 1-', Inviting school office.BETHUNE. Carelessness asking) questions. Should your 3790 Oak Ave.
children to "Go Exploring in Is something that teacher ask a question of you, do
should not sneak
Books" Along with a special up on us. Often not answer her disrespectfully. Frame 3-rooms and bath large-

Book Fair Exhibit, there was a ELEMENTARY books we are laving careless about leaving our Speak clearly, don't grumble or lot $5,500, $500 down. 3623 Iroir
beautiful display of art work and around. They should mumble. Should there be any misunderstanding Ave.
.Bethune
has been
celebrating not 1e
placed on the ground while
book reviews done children.
by
Book and Art Week Nov. 26. arise between you
In
you engage play Books should
The American Education Week
and
teacher her VACANT LOTS
see after class
It has been thrill
a visiting
our be
never placed
radiators.
committee, Mrs. Rose Stewart library because there on and courteously clear any mis- Desirable lot 50x123 on Thomas -
were Heat
many destroys the
and Mrs. Edna Hall chairman binding of a
understanding.Often ave. and Margret St. $3,000
excellent displays of art hob-
as book. Never
and co-chairman have mar a book with
planned cash
terms.
bies, which make it perfect for or
I drawing or writing. times
extensively for 'this week of Nov. our teachers are
the Book Fair that having
we are -
914. Our "Book Fair" is unusualin In changing classes, rememberthat celled to the door or even out of Lot on Florida ave. and Brooker
running and the room, then check your beha- St. $3,500.
shoving
push-
that
we are displaying as
new
Plans are being made for our vior.
Is It perfect? Do
well as other books that are Ing are entirely out of place In you sit
first Annual Lillie C. Evans Day
helpful for the children. Two any school. In assembling or quietly and use the time wisely Lots in Goulds, 75x123, $1,505.
which will be held
program on passing by engaiyalng in reading $100 down, $50 per month.
Monday, Nov. 16. At that time Book Reviews were read each step quietly and swiftly. or
studying? Your
morning and two stories were Avoid confusion and noise. There character really
Miss Lillie C. Evans and her
Prince will be crowned. The time told} by Mrs. Johnson and Mrs should be silence in all corridors. shines at this time. A courteous FOR RENT IN LIBERTY CITY
class
Eugenia Williams the The greatest respect must always without a teacher is a credit -
over public
Is 2 pro. on the lawn of Lillie C. to and the 3 rooms and bath, 1882 NW
address system. be shown to a teacher. you teacher.
Evans Elementary.. 70th st. Only $16 per week.
The University Miami pre- We have made many wonderful 'Sometimes we do not realize It, Well, you have been schooledIn

sented Its String Quartet to the plans for American Education but your teacher Is one of the many small acts of courtesy, 2-bedroom apt. 2151 NW 65th St.

boys and girls of grades 4 thru. 6 Week, and some of them are:i and manners; now, Just please try
on Nev. 3. The String Quartet, Poster Contest (posters will be Indifferent to do those things which are good 2-bedroom apartment large livIng -
under the direction of Victor stores In the community attend; and finally each day for acts of courtesy. room 1728 NW 3rd court.

Stern rendered numbers such as I ); Tuesday Assembly will be devotion' an outstanding person In Until next week long.
the Butterfly by Robert Schu- held by the parents for Teachers' our community' : will speak to us so FOR THESE SPECIALS

mann; Serenade for Violin by Day and a delicious dinner la over the P. A system on the CALL DAY OR NIGHT

Joseph Harden; Melody for Viola planned to celegrate the day by I theme for the day. Register to Vote! PH. HI 4.2448 or HI 60173

by Beethoven and many more the parents; Thursday night You are cordially} Invited. 3781 Grand Av Coconut Qrov
wonderful arrangements which Open House and a well planned Mrs. J. Crosby, reporter Your Vote is Needed *

everyone, really enjoyed.: program !is in store for all who W. C. Cogdell, principal -....- ,-. .

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SOLUTION TO BLACK MAN'S THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"
Inside of the PROBLEMS IN NEGRO'S
Story HANDS SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1959 PAGE 15

iMr. Elijah Muhammad believes I
that the American Negroes will i quest, 857 NW 10th St., HbUan- AttentionThe
Black Muslims in U.S.A. discover themselves, become familiar dale. Joseph Turnquest won the
with and proud of their prize, a steam iron. This affair Dorsey Junior High School
black heritage, and elevate their I was sponsored by Mrs. Faye PTA regularly scheduled for
By MASCO YOUNG violence 'plan., distinguished men and women to Cleare Mrs Mary 'Tumquest and Monday night Nov, 9 has been
exalted positions. He feels that Mrs. Mable Oc>ckett. They wishto cancelled, so that all parents may
While the actual financial HOW MUHAMMAD WOULD the main and basic responsibility thank all who helped to makeit attend the science telecast slated
strength; cf Muslims is a closely SOLVE for effecting' a solution of the a tremendous success. fcc Tuesday night, Nov. 10, at 8
guarded matter in the organization NEGRO'S DILEMMA Black !Man's problems rests upon pin. in the school auditorium. We
it is safe to assume that Mr. "The solution to the American the shoulders of American Ne- urge you to please be present.
Elijah Muhammad's Muslims are Negro's dilemma," he declares groes themselves. They, he maintains The Southern Trumpeteers of
,
the richest and E. K. Lockhart
most principal
financially should suply the
"is for the (black man to take the money Miami started a singing programat
sound religious group of black offensive and carry the fight for and pay the !price, make the sacrifice Nor Macedonia Baptist Peter L. Thompson, president
men in America True followers justice and freedom to the enemy. and endure the suffering Church. Saturday night and will
of Islam are never found in thenation's For no people, oppressed, exploited to realize full manhood as black continue through this month.
breadlines, in the Skid and discriminated againstcan men. Come one, come all and enjoy ,
Rows of bt? cities, or on the re- win a place in the sun on the good singing. Rev. N. H. Phillips
1'ef! rolls of urban communities.A defensive - - -- .,. r pastor. Advertise It Pays!
proud and strongly clannish
__
b-rtv, the Muslims enjoy a nation- Mr Muhammad's followers '
pi harmonious unity spirituallv claim that words such as these Broward /H
.ohysically, psychologically when cleverly taken out of con-
s-cfallv! and financially that is text by those !Who oppose cr fear County t Always lose On
una-aralleled' in any' other Ne- their leader, are often twisted Into 1
gro group. stories that brand him as one NewsBy r ,
who wants to overthrew the government .. Saturday ?
Arguing and bickering, pro- or who is urging vio-I'
f'nitv alcoholism, drug addiction< lence for the Negfo.The Then you need this book

rHmps lupvenile' are dilnquency unheard of and in adult the truth of the matter is that Walter Bowe ; .tJa1.The t, q'I' k t It Tells

Mus' m ranks. One Muslim broth- Mr. Muhammad, in advocating a r What number to play
Ptold this reporter "If you can united front fcr the black men of
How Back them ,
f',,"1 me any true Muslim who Is America, is referring chiefly to PTA of Carver Ranches 0 to up
e"nf'ned: to a Jail or prison tor the American Negro's puchasing Elementary Schcol will meet on ; 0 So you may win
" m'ttll1 ? the kind of vicious power as the weapon to be used Wednesday night, Nov. 11. This "cj y e So write call
r".'m"'c a: that are daily filling .In taking the offensive that will will also be the end of the membership ;C come, or
"prfca's prisons and ,peneten- "win a place in the sun." And drive and "Mr. and Mrs. OX 1.1541
t'arip! ?we will buy him." this is precisely what many other PTA" will be chosen as the one
Negro leaders have advocated end who brings in the highest numberof ; JAMAICA CANDLE SHOP
Marriage! infidelity and sex tried to preach fcc years. But members. There will be a 6965 N.W. 15th Ave.
names are also conspisclously ablnn none has succeeded in aocom- Twilight School for the parents Miami 47, Florida
from the Muslim world. pushing this atm, as has this fiery only. The teachers will teach the
W +f1e Mr. (
Muhammad's teach- Muslim leader. parents and take them through
'in"rs: 4o irrmit a divorce when some routine as their children.

p11 other attempts to save a mar- I America's Muslims, Inspired by Come out, parents, and make this
T'IW* have failed divorce is a I the teachings of their "Messen affair a success. Mrs. Susie Dan-
rarity among Muslims ger" are already operating several iels, president; Mrs. E. Moss, OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU

c.veral: months ago a Muslim hundred business establishments secretary.The .
!(brother was arrested in a southern throughout the principal SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
city, and accused cf cities of the nation. In White Florida Voters League will
, raping a Cloud Mich. hold its State Convention Sun- PSYCHIC READERLet
v Mtfwoman, After the the movement operates
off, 'cigls learned he town a 140-acre farm, which day, Nov. 15, from 2 to 6 p.m. at
was a Muslim
' nd had listened tn some of the supplies veegetables and beef tots Dillard Elementary School Auditorium -
Muslim: views the numerous grocery stores and Ft. Lauderdale. All
on white
sand white man meat markets Muhammad'sTemple 'chapters of the state will be represented -
woman, they conclud-
"'* that "Mo true Muslim could of Tslam. No.2. and its Won't you please be a
rape a white w man." adjoining University of Islam in guest from Carver Ranches
Chicago' which seats more than League? Thank you for your sup 44
Adherence to these strict rules 1,000, contains an auditorium, port. Clayton W. Smith, rpesldent;
t"o' havior and" strong beliefs Is balcony and meeting rooms was Ernest O. Smith, vice president.
nM o nart of Elijah Muhammad's purchased for $93, OO. The move- I.
frnh'Hom Mun to elevate the ment also owns and operates Star Light Lodge No. 542 will
Nero In America_ through a non- apartment. houses, restaurlants, meet Friday, Nov. 6 at the Masonic
bakeries, dry cleaning establishments Temple on Pembroke Roadat
shoe repair shops, dress 8 p.m. Clarence Johnson, +
' shops, guest houses and barber WjM., Hiram Ash, secretary I rr' 4
"WITH GOD ALL hops, which 'provide the links Y
for a powerful financial chain Sunday was a big day for St
THINGS AREPOSSTRT.E" that extends from Boston, Mass, Anne's Episcopal Church. They
to Los Angeles, Calif had a sale for the Organ Drive at
: SAYS the home of, Mrs Mary Turn-
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" Dade This will be the opening committee of some 45 educators, ,(r, :,
:
public program. of the Evaluationof headed by Dr Mahlon C. Rhaney v
NOVEMBER 7 1959
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, I the school dean of arts and sciences at Fla.
, A&M University, will work at NEW CBS HOMES '
the school with the entire North .. '1Q"
North Dade Urges Dade family in an effort to find
L out Just how well the needs of Orchard Villa
Houses For Sale Parents to Come I the community locally, as well as ,
in general, are being met or sat- Liberty City
And See isfied by the curriculum that
IN LIBERTY CITY
prevallsthere.__ JThese educatprs Brown Sub N:
Mrs. Agnes McCoy, the sincere, ;
,
will from the local area as .
CBS Fla. come .
2-bedroom new hard working president of the
room, steel fence, terrazo very active North Dade PTA :.r well as from the several sections Opa Locka
floors lot and sprinkler (currently recovering frcm a recent of the State. They especially,urge
large
operation) and Principal you again to come and see what All beautiful nsw., 3 bedrooms
system. $2,500 down. Charles D. Wyche, who' has doneso I ,
not being
done what is
is being or loin
$795
much for the advancementand some as: ; .8.1
enlightment of the entire ,>fs done for your children. 'Are, down. Wo closing costs.. No
2-bedroom CBS. Tile bath, Opa Looka area as head of the you interested? .!
school, this week joined forces to qualifying.For '
Florida room. Lot size urge parents, leaders of the area ff orlf, information call or visit
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50x143. Furnished. $2,500 and the citizenry as a whole to y
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